Chulu East peak climbing - 20 Days

Chulu East Peak Climbing 6584m is the best peaks in Annapurna Himalaya offering mesmerizing views of the Annapurna massif 8091m, Manaslu (8163m), Dhaulagiri (8167m), Tilicho (7134m) & many other peak of the range.  Chulu east climb is quite technical in nature & thus requires trekkers with previous experience to take on this challenge.

The diversity of Annapurna region is so rich that it makes a truly wonderful trekking experience in common route of famous annapurna circuit trekking trail, Narphu trail & Tilicho lake trek route.

Trekking route towards the Chulu east Basecamp

As we begin our journey in Jagat, we will be able to see the green lush beauty of the region. We will also be walking on rocky and snowy grounds crossing some picturesque Buddhist villages of the Manages, Thakali, and Gurung. This region also has a truly spectacular diversity of flora and fauna with the deep valleys creating a brilliant space for the wildlife to flourish.

Annapurna conservation is famous for being a home to many rare animals such as the Himalayan sheep, red panda, and the elusive snow leopard.

We will get an insight into the beauty of Manang. The Tibetan-Buddhist culture and religious practices offer the unique and exquisite taste of the predominant faith of the region. This trek will give you a sense of walking into villages that have been forgotten and will feel like you are taking a trip back to time, even today.

Nevertheless, the view atop the peak is absolutely admiring and dulls the senses as long as we keep beholding the views of the surrounding.  The Chulu East Peak is surrounded by some truly magical mountains and instigates a feeling of awe while making this trip into the depth of Annapurna himalaya.

1st successful expedition

First climbed in 1955 by a German expedition via the north-east ridge, the peak of Chulu East, together with Chulu West, forms an integral part of the Manang Himal, which in turn is included in the Larger Damodar Himal.

Route to the Chulu East Peak & over Thorong la pass

The peak looms high above the Manang valley in Damodar Himal. Chulu East peak climbing with us initially treads the trail of Annapurna round trek deviates to climb the peak for few days and again merges to Annapurna trek to cross over Thorung La Pass 5416 m.

Beyond Thorung La Pass, slides down to Muktinath, traverses through Jomsom, and finally ends at Pokhara via a drive from Marpha village.

After a rich Himalayan trekking experience, our Chulu East Peak trip will end and drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu (1,300m); Overnight in hotel.

Nepalgram Adventure is glad to design your Chulu East Peak Climbing trip in Nepal as a complete Nepal travels with our experienced climbing/Trekking guides and expert staff for your satisfaction.

 

Climbing permit cost

Permit FeeSpring: (Mar-Apr-May) USD 250

Autumn: (Sep-Oct-Nov) USD 125

Winter: (Dec-Jan-Feb) USD 70

Summer: (Jun-Jul-Aug) USD 70

The Trip Keys

  • Highest access: 6584m (21,601ft)
  • First Ascent: Dick Isherwood & John Noble. May 1979
  • Duration: 20 Days
  • Group Size: 02-08 persons per Group.
  • Location: Annapurna Region
  • Departure From: Kathmandu
  • Grade: Technical
  • Accommodation: Tourist standard to five star as request
  • Meals: B/B plan in Kathmandu & Pokhara. B/L/D during the trekking and climbing period
  • Transportation: Car, jeep, mini bus, flight
  • Best season: Spring (April, May) and autumn (October, November)
  • Major Activity: Trekking/climbing
  • Include Activity: Sightseeing at Pokhara
  • Culture: Gurung, Thakali and Bharman
  • Accommodation : Tea House/Camping
  • Climbing route: Northeast ridge
  • Himalayan sights: Mt. Annapurna, Mt Dhaulagiri, Mt Manaslu, Gangapurna, Fishtail, Lamjung Himal, Thorong peak, Tilicho peak & many other from the range

Chulu East peak climbing cost details of Nepalgram Adventure

20 days trekking and climbing programs. Include Lodge, tent accommodations, Breakfasts, Lunch, Dinners, Porters’ High climbing guide & cook.

The price also includes climbing equipments for group use like – fixed rope, main rope, ices crow, snow bar, ice hammer & all the group gears need while climbing the peak.

Hotel in Kathmandu as per our itinerary is included. Hotels in our package trip are standard to 3 star (depends on availability). However customers can always upgrade the hotel to 5 to 7 star hotels.

Transport, Climbing permit and insurance is included in the cost for Chulu East peak climbing.

We assure kind hearted and experienced staff who knows how-to trace the route on glacier route, high pass route, and how to fix the rope for ice climbing, and how to climb the Chulu East peak with minimal risk and precisely successful pattern.

Our trekking/climbing crew are paid well & insured.

Overview

Chulu East  Peak climbing (6584m) is situated high above the Manang valley, off of the main trail to Thorong-La pass (5416m).

Chulu east summit offers breathtaking views across to the Annapurna II, III and IV, Mt Dhaulagiri, Mt Manaslu, Gangapurna, Glacier Dome, Tilicho Peak and many other peaks.

Chulu east peak was first climbed in 1955 by a German expedition via the north-east ridge.

Chulu east climb is combined with the classic trek around the Annapurna massif, ascending the Marshyangdi valley and crossing the Thorong-La, before descending the Kali Gandaki valley to Pokhara.

Chulu East  Peak climbing trek start from Khudi and trail flow Chhetaji Khola you well arrive camp Yak kharaka 4000m. From Yak Kharka to Chulu Far East base camp is very steep up above the waterfall (4700m) with 4 hrs trek; you’ll have lunch at base camp.

After lunch we will climb small Mountains for your acclimatization and return to camp.

Base camp to high camp is steep uphill and arrives rocky platform which will pass by small lake and just near by the lake is high camp (5300m). It takes approx 3hrs to trek from basecamp to high camp.

The next day early in the morning; the trip to Summit, begins in a rocky way and steep icy slope. Here we fix rope. After reaching south west Col; right ridge goes Chulu Far East summit, and East is continues down deep snow crevices and then you can build the camp (I) at around 5500m. Camp (II) for chulu east peak climbing is just below the ridge and the early of next day route follows the north ridge ridge to the Summit.

Great view of Annapurna II, III, IV, Annapurna, Manaslu, Pisang peak, chulu west and north side Himlung Valley can be seen in route to the summit and from the summit of Chulu east peak.

Chulu east is technical trekking peak in Nepal and at least you need 4 to 6 days climbing period from base camp. There are lots of crevasse between chulu Far East and chulu east this fix rope are compulsory till north ridge.

Highlights

  • Sightseeing tour of historical, cultural, religious heritages sites of Kathmandu valley
  • Passing through the Marsyangdi valley & desert landscape at Kagbeni village, Kagbeni is the gateway to upper mustang region.
  • Both mid-hills and Trans Himalayan semi-Tibetan cultural experiences & landscapes
  • Summit Chulu East Peak with eye-catching views of Lamjung Himal, Annapurna Himal family (I,II,III,IV), Machhapuchhre Himal, Manaslu Himal, Dhaulagiri range, Dhaulagiri ice-flow, Tilicho peak, Tibetan ranges etc
  • Visit to old Buddhist monastery in Braga
  • Explore beautiful Manang Village, once forbidden kingdom of Nepal.
  • The Pilgrimage town of Muktinath after crossing famous thorong la pass 5416 meters
  • Journey through deepest gorge of the world, Kali Gandaki valley
  • Natural hot springs along the trail after thorong la pass
  • Magnificent Himalayan sunrise sight from the Poon hill while trekking & from the top of Chulu east peak during climbing
  • Vast range of biodiversity on trail conserved wildlife and vegetation inside Annapurna conservation area
  • Cultural exchange with different community with majority of Gurungs, Magars, Brahmin, Ksetri and Thakali.
  • Lake valley of Pokhara & stay by the lakeside

Itinerary

Day 1
Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel (1300m) overnight in hotel

Representative will greet you in an airport & transfer you to hotel, here you will be formally introduced to your Guide and the activities to be enjoyed over the next few days. We will also ask for your passport photographs and any other details required for your trek permits, at this stage.

Day 2
Expedition Preparation and official formalities(1300m) overnight in hotel

Free day in Kathmandu. You can do sightseeing on your request.

Day 3
Drive to Besi Sahar (850m) overnight in hotel

You will be driven for around 6 hours today to Besi Sahar, the Lamjung district headquarters. Here you will be shown to your hotel for the night.

Day 4
Besishar to Chame (2710m) overnight in trekking lodges

We have to drive from besishar to chame to reach at our trek starting point. Enroute, we see more of countryside of Nepal that offers greeneries, rivers, villages, terraced rice fields and beautiful mountain sceneries.

Day 5
Chame to Pisang (3300m) overnight in trekking lodges

Today is a fantastic day of challenging walking and spectacular mountain and valley scenery. We lace up the boots well today. The steep trail initially takes us through dense forests along the northern valley wall. When we reach Bratang we turn northward again and head through a very narrow section of valley with huge cliffs and landslide scree slopes. This is a dramatic place to trek as you look down into the valley and then high up to the Annapurna massif peaks above. This is trekking in Nepal at its very best. Today we cross the river a number of times via high and dramatic suspension bridges. As we progress higher beyond the narrows we reach a wider section and the valley of Manang and its high snowy peaks towering above. A wonderful day of walking and exploring ends at the village of Lower Pisang.

Day 6
Pisang to Manang (3,440m) , overnight in trekking lodge

The trail has many branches and options today, but they all take us higher up the valley under the towering peak of 7,555m Annapurna III to the south. We have now moved deeper into the Annapurna massif rain-shadow region and so the landscape progressively changes to more stunted vegetation and more bare-rock slopes. This is now the more harsh, cold and dry climate of the high plateau of Tibet. We will take a short break for some spiritual advancement at the Barge Monastery where we have a chance to glimpse the life of the Buddhist monks who live here throughout the year.

Day 7
Acclimatization in Manang (3,440m) , overnight in trekking lodge

Today we let the heart, lungs and muscles recover and give our boots a quick clean too. Each day we have been gaining altitude, but we must do this in careful measured stages to ensure proper acclimatization for the higher altitudes and high passes ahead. So today we just do some short walks to explore the region around Manang. Options include a visit to the Buddhist Bhojo Gompa or a short walk across the valley floor to Gangapurna Lake which sits at the foot of a steep valley cut into the southern valley wall. But most importantly today we must continue to acclimatize for the challenging days ahead.

Day 8
Manang to Yak Kharka(4,018m) , overnight in trekking lodge

Today we gain over 600m in altitude and by the time we reach Yak Kharka at 4,110m we will have just 62% of sea level oxygen available with every breath. The trail heads north as we ascend a side valley out of the main Marshyangdi Valley we have been trekking since the trek commenced. We head higher through even more stunted vegetation. Now the local people must rely upon their hardy livestock to eek out a living from the sparse mountain pastures. The trail winds along the mountain foot-slopes that sit high above the rocky stream bed below. The views to the valley floor and high peaks above are spectacular. We pass through high meadows where sheep, cattle, yaks and even horses graze. We pass a number of small communities and often meet shepherds with flocks and finally reach the little village of Yak Kharka.

Day 9
Yak Kharka to Chulu East Base Camp(4900m) overnight in tent

Today, we will follow a steeply climbing trail to reach at Chulu Far East Base Camp. The climbing trail at times crosses rocks as well. During the trek, our journey will be accompanied with Annapurna Valley Himalayan views.

Day 10
High camp

We will climb to high camp.

Day 11
Summit day

Today is the big day. We are summiting Chulu East. The trail to Chulu East initially opens up to a snowy ridge, which can be easily traversed without much of alpine skills to Chulu East Summit. From the summit, the views of snowcapped peaks in all directions, the tranquil Manang Valley is the biggest reward. After the summit, we trek down on the retracing trail to Chulu East Base Camp for the overnight stay.

Day 12
Chulu BC to Yak Kharka (4200m) overnight in trekking lodges

The trail heads north as we ascend a side valley out of the main Marshyangdi Valley we have been trekking since the trek commenced. We head higher through even more stunted vegetation. Now the local people must rely upon their hardy livestock to eek out a living from the sparse mountain pastures. The trail winds along the mountain foot-slopes that sit high above the rocky stream bed below. The views to the valley floor and high peaks above are spectacular. We pass through high meadows where sheep, cattle, yaks and even horses graze. We pass a number of small communities and often meet shepherds with flocks and finally reach the little village of Yak Kharka.

Day 13
Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi(4,450m) . , overnight in trekking lodge

We ascend another 500m today and each breath gets a little harder and the oxygen a little less. We walk up increasingly steep trails as we head high up the valley. The walking becomes a little harder with each hour and so we must take our time, rest often and continue to properly manage our altitude acclimatization. The end of our day’s walk brings us to the head of the valley and the little trekking settlement of Throng Phedi. Thorong Phedi exists to support trekkers and expedition climbers. We must rest the remainder of the day here so we are ready for a tough day tomorrow as we face the challenges of the very high Thorong Las Pass

Day 14
Thorong Phedi over the Thorong La Pass (5,416m) to Muktinath. overnight in trekking lodge

Today we face the greatest challenge of the trek as we attempt to cross the Thorong La Pass. Your guide will keep a careful eye on the weather conditions and the condition of every member of your trekking group. High altitude passes must be treated with respect. The Thorong La Pass will take us to 5416m or 17,764ft altitude where each breath brings in just 52% of the oxygen available at sea level. So your lungsm heart and legs will be working hard today and your brain will not be at its best. That is why it is always best to trek with an experienced guide who can function normally at high altitude and make the right decisions that reduce the risks for his or her trekking group members. It will be a long day so expect to start early. The trail will wind up the valley wall to the lowest crossing point possible in this part of the Himalaya ranges – the Thorong La Pass. But you can still expect plenty of ice and snow on the trail and at the top of the pass. So tread carefully and take your time. As you head higher the mountain views get even more spectacular as you start to view many of the peaks from their own level. But all going well you will have prepared properly and should have no trouble reaching the high pass and enjoying the achievement. But then it is time to start the descent and head down the path to the historic Hindu and Buddhist pilgrimage village of Muktinath.

Day 15
Muktinath to Kagbeni (2,810m) , overnight in trekking lodge

For many centuries Muktinath has been an important place of pilgrimage for Hindu and Buddhist followers. We will start the day by visiting the Vishnu Temple and Gompa and learning more about the cultural and religious significance of the rather remote village of Muktinath. We will then spend much of the rest of the day winding along descending trails from Ranipauwa to Kagbeni.

Day 16
Kagbeni to Jomsom (2,710m)overnight in trekking lodge

Today is easy walking along the Kali Gandaki river bed as we descend gently to Jomson. The mountain scenery is spectacular even as we reach the end of the trek. We walk through the largest gorge in the world with 7,000m and 8,000m snow-capped peaks of Dhaulagiri and the Annapurna Massif towering above us to the west and east. We end the day and the trek at Jomsom, the main airport servicing the region.

Day 17
Short flight from Jomsom to Pokhara (900m). Overnight in hotel

Your legs can finally rest as today we catch an early morning flight from Jomsom to Pokhara. In little more than half an hour you will fly over spectacular river valleys with the summits of Annapurna on one side and Mount Dhaulagiri on the other – so have your camera ready and grab a window seat. All too soon you will have left the Annapurna wilderness and be back in the noise and bustle or urban Pokhara.

Day 18
Drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu. (1,300m) Overnight in hotel

As an optional extra component of your trekking package you may choose to take the 30 minute flight from Pokhara to Kathmandu. Or you may choose the road option and extend your experience of Nepal that little bit further. Either way, by this afternoon you will be back in busy, and often dusty, Kathmandu. In the afternoon time is your own to explore or perhaps go shopping. In the evening you will collect you from your hotel for a farewell dinner and cultural Nepali dance – so bring your comfortable dancing shoes!

Day 19
Kathmandu free day of your own. Overnight in hotel

This is the free day for a little more shopping and exploring.

Day 20
Departure for home – Kathmandu Airport

We will meet you at your hotel and take you to the airport in plenty of time to meet your flight home.

Cost Details of Chulu east peak climbing

What is Included

  • All transportation as in itinerary including airport shuttle.
  • Three night standard twin sharing Hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast.
  • Three meals a day (Breakfast with tea, Lunch and Dinner) during the trek.Fresh fruits every night after the dinner.
  • Trekking lodge (Tea House) accommodations during the trek .
  • Chulul east peak climbing permit, ACAP permit and other paperworks for the trip
  • Tent accommodation, food & drink while climbing Chulu east.
  • Climbing equipments including group climbing gears, camping gear like tent/Mattress and main climbing rope.
  • Experienced, helpful, knowledgeable, friendly , English speaking - Government license holder trekking plus climbing guide and Sherpa team, with his salary, food, drinks, accommodation, Transport and insurance.
  • Strong, helpful porters with necessary equipment. with all his salary, food, drinks, accommodation and insurance.
  • Comprehensive medical supplies (first aid kit will be with guide but it is recommended to have your own).
  • Arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service (paid by your Travel insurance company).
  • Use of sleeping bags, Down Jacket, Duffel bag and Walking Poles (to be returned after the trip).
  • Nepalgram T-shirt and Cap.
  • Government taxes and official expenses.
  • Guided kathmandu sightseeing tour with private vehicle as per itinerary.
  • Oxymeter to check your pulse and oxygen saturation and heart rate twice daily (Very useful to check Altitude Mountain Sickness(AMS) symptoms) Which will ensure you trek is in the safest hands possible for all levels of trekker.
  • Assistant guide group size above 6+ person.

What is Excluded

  • Meals whilst you are in Kathmandu Lunch and dinner.
  • Nepal entry visa fee .
  • Your Travel and medical insurance( Recommended)
  • International airfare.
  • Your personal expenses.
  • Alcoholic and non alcoholic cold and hot drinks on trek (i.e. those you choose to purchase along the way and during evenings in the Tea Houses) - Except tea in the morning.
  • Desserts Sweet things like chocolate, cake, pie, pudding.
  • Battery charging and hot shower on the tea houses.
  • Personal climbing equipment can be hired $150 USD per person.
  • Tips for the guide, porter and driver (Tipping is expected).

Special Itinerary

Please write us for this private itinerary. With this itinerary we will assure you the best of best guides from our team.

  • Day 1
Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel (1300m) overnight in 5 star hotel

Representative will greet you in an airport & transfer you to hotel, here you will be formally introduced to your Guide and the activities to be enjoyed over the next few days. We will also ask for your passport photographs and any other details required for your trek permits, at this stage.

  • Day 2
Drive to Nagdi (850m) overnight in hotel

You will be driven in a comfortable A/C jeep for around 6 hours today to Besi Sahar, the Lamjung district headquarters. Here you will be shown to your hotel for the night.

  • Day 3
Besishar to Chame (2710m) overnight in trekking lodges

We have to drive from besishar to chame to reach at our trek starting point. Enroute, we see more of countryside of Nepal that offers greeneries, rivers, villages, terraced rice fields and beautiful mountain sceneries.

  • Day 4
Chame to Pisang (3300m) overnight in trekking lodges

Today is a fantastic day of challenging walking and spectacular mountain and valley scenery. We lace up the boots well today. The steep trail initially takes us through dense forests along the northern valley wall. When we reach Bratang we turn northward again and head through a very narrow section of valley with huge cliffs and landslide scree slopes. This is a dramatic place to trek as you look down into the valley and then high up to the Annapurna massif peaks above. This is trekking in Nepal at its very best. Today we cross the river a number of times via high and dramatic suspension bridges. As we progress higher beyond the narrows we reach a wider section and the valley of Manang and its high snowy peaks towering above. A wonderful day of walking and exploring ends at the village of Lower Pisang.

  • Day 5
Pisang to Manang (3,440m) , overnight in trekking lodge

The trail has many branches and options today, but they all take us higher up the valley under the towering peak of 7,555m Annapurna III to the south. We have now moved deeper into the Annapurna massif rain-shadow region and so the landscape progressively changes to more stunted vegetation and more bare-rock slopes. This is now the more harsh, cold and dry climate of the high plateau of Tibet. We will take a short break for some spiritual advancement at the Barge Monastery where we have a chance to glimpse the life of the Buddhist monks who live here throughout the year.

  • Day 6
Acclimatization in Manang (3,440m) , overnight in trekking lodge

Today we let the heart, lungs and muscles recover and give our boots a quick clean too. Each day we have been gaining altitude, but we must do this in careful measured stages to ensure proper acclimatization for the higher altitudes and high passes ahead. So today we just do some short walks to explore the region around Manang. Options include a visit to the Buddhist Bhojo Gompa or a short walk across the valley floor to Gangapurna Lake which sits at the foot of a steep valley cut into the southern valley wall. But most importantly today we must continue to acclimatize for the challenging days ahead.

  • Day 7
Manang to Yak Kharka(4,018m) , overnight in trekking lodge

Today we gain over 600m in altitude and by the time we reach Yak Kharka at 4,110m we will have just 62% of sea level oxygen available with every breath. The trail heads north as we ascend a side valley out of the main Marshyangdi Valley we have been trekking since the trek commenced. We head higher through even more stunted vegetation. Now the local people must rely upon their hardy livestock to eek out a living from the sparse mountain pastures. The trail winds along the mountain foot-slopes that sit high above the rocky stream bed below. The views to the valley floor and high peaks above are spectacular. We pass through high meadows where sheep, cattle, yaks and even horses graze. We pass a number of small communities and often meet shepherds with flocks and finally reach the little village of Yak Kharka.

  • Day 8
Yak Kharka to Chulu East Base Camp(4900m) overnight in tent

Today, we will follow a steeply climbing trail to reach at Chulu Far East Base Camp. The climbing trail at times crosses rocks as well. During the trek, our journey will be accompanied with Annapurna Valley Himalayan views.

  • Day 9 & Day 10 – Climbing period

For the safety and best experience at least 2 camps are needed in between base camp and summit of chulu east.

  • Day 11
Expedition starts (6584m)overnight in tent

Today is the big day. We are summiting Chulu East. The trail to Chulu East initially opens up to a snowy ridge, which can be easily traversed without much of alpine skills to Chulu East Summit. From the summit, the views of snowcapped peaks in all directions, the tranquil Manang Valley is the biggest reward. After the summit, we trek down on the retracing trail to Chulu East Base Camp for the overnight stay.

  • Day 12
Chulu BC to Yak Kharka (4200m) overnight in trekking lodges

The trail heads north as we ascend a side valley out of the main Marshyangdi Valley we have been trekking since the trek commenced. We head higher through even more stunted vegetation. Now the local people must rely upon their hardy livestock to eek out a living from the sparse mountain pastures. The trail winds along the mountain foot-slopes that sit high above the rocky stream bed below. The views to the valley floor and high peaks above are spectacular. We pass through high meadows where sheep, cattle, yaks and even horses graze. We pass a number of small communities and often meet shepherds with flocks and finally reach the little village of Yak Kharka.

  • Day 13
Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi(4,450m) . , overnight in trekking lodge

We ascend another 500m today and each breath gets a little harder and the oxygen a little less. We walk up increasingly steep trails as we head high up the valley. The walking becomes a little harder with each hour and so we must take our time, rest often and continue to properly manage our altitude acclimatization. The end of our day’s walk brings us to the head of the valley and the little trekking settlement of Throng Phedi. Thorong Phedi exists to support trekkers and expedition climbers. We must rest the remainder of the day here so we are ready for a tough day tomorrow as we face the challenges of the very high Thorong Las Pass

  • Day 14
Thorong Phedi over the Thorong La Pass (5,416m) to Muktinath. overnight in trekking lodge

Today we face the greatest challenge of the trek as we attempt to cross the Thorong La Pass. Your guide will keep a careful eye on the weather conditions and the condition of every member of your trekking group. High altitude passes must be treated with respect. The Thorong La Pass will take us to 5416m or 17,764ft altitude where each breath brings in just 52% of the oxygen available at sea level. So your lungsm heart and legs will be working hard today and your brain will not be at its best. That is why it is always best to trek with an experienced guide who can function normally at high altitude and make the right decisions that reduce the risks for his or her trekking group members. It will be a long day so expect to start early. The trail will wind up the valley wall to the lowest crossing point possible in this part of the Himalaya ranges – the Thorong La Pass. But you can still expect plenty of ice and snow on the trail and at the top of the pass. So tread carefully and take your time. As you head higher the mountain views get even more spectacular as you start to view many of the peaks from their own level. But all going well you will have prepared properly and should have no trouble reaching the high pass and enjoying the achievement. But then it is time to start the descent and head down the path to the historic Hindu and Buddhist pilgrimage village of Muktinath.

  • Day 15
Muktinath to Jomsom, overnight in trekking lodge

Today is easy walking along the Kali Gandaki river bed as we descend gently to Jomson. The mountain scenery is spectacular even as we reach the end of the trek. We walk through the largest gorge in the world with 7,000m and 8,000m snow-capped peaks of Dhaulagiri and the Annapurna Massif towering above us to the west and east. We end the day and the trek at Jomsom, the main airport servicing the region.

  • Day 16
Flight from Jomsom to Kathmandu via Pokhara (900m). Overnight in hotel

After short flight from Jomsom to Pokhara we switch the flight to Kathmandu on the same day.

  • Day 17
Departure for home – Kathmandu Airport

We will meet you at your hotel and take you to the airport in plenty of time to meet your flight home.

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