Mt. Baruntse Expedition (7129m)

On the lap of Mount Everest and Mount Makalu lies the 7129 meters elevated Mount Baruntse. This mountain is becoming a most yearning destination like the mount Pumori, Ama Dablam and the Mount Everest. The route of south -East Ridge of Baruntse is filled with steeps and hard sections of 50 Degree’s elevation with a prominent ice cliff to be climbed facing the risk of avalanche that’s why it is the difficult way. Mount Baruntse expedition is preferred during spring season for the safety of the climbers; however climbers have reached on its top in the autumn season as well. Baruntse provides a good progression and an ideal objective for those who have previously climbed to around 6000m. It is objectively safe and offers a tremendously rewarding climb among the world’s highest peaks.

 

DAY EVENT
Day 1 Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 2 Prepare expedition for Baruntse
Day 3 Briefing in Tourism Department
Day 4 Fly to Lukla – Chutanga 3100m.   
Day 5 Chutanga Zatra La  -Thuli Khark
Day 6 Chatrarbu (Thuli Khark) – Kothey
Day 7 Trek Kothey – Thangnak (4355m).
Day 8 Trek Thangnak – Khare village
Day 9 Trek Khare – Mera base camp
Day 10 Mera BC 5415m.-Seto Pokhari
Day 11 Seto-Pokhari-Baruntse BC (5400m)
Day 12 – 28 Climbing Baruntse 7129m
Day 29 From Baruntse BC-Setopokhari
Day 30 From Setopokhari-Mera La-Khare
Day 31 Trek From Khare to Kothey village
Day 32 Trek From Kothey to Chutanga
Day 33 Trek From Chutanga to Lukla
Day 34 Fly From Kathmandu & transfer to hotel
Day 35 Transfer to airport for final departure

1. peak permit
2. liaison officer fees
3. hotel charge at Kathmandu
3. arrival and departure( transport)
4. Kathmandu to Lukla and Lukla to Kathmandu air ticket
5. lodging and food from Lukla to abmdablam base camp
6. base camp food
7. porter charge (Lukla – base camp and base camp-Lukla)
8. base camp tent
9. high camp tent
10.kitchen tent and dining tent,
11. kitchen equipment
12. fixed rope and snow bar, ice crew, rock pick tong
13. Sherpa ( climbing guides)
14. cook, cook boy(helpers)
15. national park fees

1. Personal equipment & Insurance,
2. Alcoholic beverages, Nepal visa fee
3. Airport taxes for International
4. Emergency rescue evacuation if required,
5. Personal nature expenses.
6. Extra night Hotel in Kathmandu