Mt. Kanchanjunga Expedition

Trip Description

Mt. Kanchenjunga (8,586 m.) is world´s third highest peaks and the second highest peaks in Nepal over 8,000 m. It is one another most popular peaks for expedition in Nepal, situated at Sikkim (India) and Nepal border. Mt. Kangchenjunga is also popularly called Kangche Dzo nga, Kachedzonga, and Kangchanfanga, which means five treasures of the snow or five peaks. This peak was said to have climbed by a British expedition team led by Charles Evans in 1956. Mt. Kanchenjunga expedition trip begins with a short flight from Kathmandu to Suketar and then the trail continues through Taplejung, Mamankhe, Tamphudin, Cherang and finally, the trail takes you to Kanchenjunga base camp and make summit to the peak, and after making an expedition and having excursion all around around, you will retrace back to Suketar, subsequently fly back to Kathmandu.

Day 02: Kathmandu, hotel B/B

Day 03: Flight: Ktm Biratnagar, transfer to hotel

Day 04: Flight : Biratnagar Taplejung, camp

Day 05: Trek to Mitlung, camp

Day 06: Trek to Chirwa, camp

Day 07: Trek to Sekhatum, camp

Day 08: Trek to Amjilesa, camp

Day 09: Trek to Gyabla, camp

Day 10: Trek to Ghunsa, camp

Day 11: Trek to Khambachen, camp

Day 12: Trek to Lhonak, camp

Day 13: Trek to Pang Pema, camp

Day 14: Trek to Kanchenjunga Base Camp

Day 15: Base Camp Preparation

Day 16 36: Climbing period of Kanchenjunga

Day 37: BC to Pang Pema, camp

Day 38: Trek to Lhonak, camp

Day 39: To Ghunsa, camp

Day 40: Trek to Selely, camp

Day 41: Trek to Mirgin La Tseram, camp

Day 42: Trek to Oktang Torotan, camp

Day 43: Trek to Omje Khola, camp

Day 44: Trek to Mamanke, camp

Day 45: Trek to Bhanjyang, camp

Day 46: Trek to Lali Kharka, camp

Day 47: Trek to Suketar

Day 48: Flight Suketar Ktm, transfer to hotel B/B

Day 49: Kathmandu, hotel B/B

Day 50: Final Departure

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