Mt. Him lung Himal(7,126m) Expedition-2021 October 10th (Full-Board) Service - 32 Days

  • Trip Code HTA-98
  • Duration: 32 Days
  • Trip Grade Strenuous
Show All

Trip Highlights

“We work with a mindset of making the clients very satisfied, happy as far as possible and Success is surely our major motive so we for the very purpose use very experienced helpful well English-speaking high-altitude climbing Sherpas (Summit-ed Mt. Everest multiple times and other several 8000m+). The president himself will be there for making the team happy and for the guidance of the whole team. We provide Nepali staffs who are highly qualified with lots of experiences. We do not have failure cases till date and we will not either let so happen.”

-Dawa Sherpa (+97798851016036, dawasherpanepal@yahoo.com)

About Trip:

Trip Introduction: -

The Himlung Himal is situated in the Manaslu region northeast of the Annapurna region, which is considered one of the remote corners of Nepal and Tibet border. This mountain has been becoming popular day by day to the climbers on these present days. Himlung Himal with an altitude of 7126 meters lies in the remote corner of Nepal and Tibet boarder. Previously a restricted region, Nepal Government opened the region only in 1992 by and so far, only a few expedition teams including Japanese and French have summited Mount Himlung. Expedition for Himlung Himal follows Round Annapurna route to Koto and from Koto towards Nar-phu Gaon. The route passes through high peaks and passes, glaciers, remote villages, narrow gullies, forests, rocks, springs, Gompas and unique cultural settlements. The expedition also offers mysterious culture and panoramic mountain views of Nandadevi, Rajramba, Api Himal, Kappa Chuli Peak and many more. Himlung Himal isn’t of particularly difficult it is a very beautiful course of alpinism in altitude from its Base Camp to the summit. The route to Phu Gaon from Manang is newly opened and fewer tourists have visited, so far. These routes are combined with high peaks and passes, glaciers, remote villages, narrow gullies, lovely forests, amazing rock and spring formations, Gompas and unique varied cultures. Base camp will be established at the height of 4900m; which is located at the upper border of one of pastures belong to Phu. Normally three high camps will be established to reach the Summit. Camp I at the height of 5450m, Camp II at 6000m and Camp III at 6350m. Technically Mt. Himlung Himal is not so difficult. It is very beautiful mountain for alpinism in altitude from its base camp to the Summit.    

Outline Itinerary

Itinerary: -
October 10th -Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and a brief discussion on trip
(1,300m/4,264 ft.)
October 11th -Day 02: City sightseeing in and around Kathmandu valley and
Briefing of the Trip
October 12th -Day 03Preparation for Expedition, etc.
October 13th -Day 04Drive to Chamche (1385 m/4544 ft.): 6-7 hrs drive
October 14th -Day 05Trek to Dharapani (1860m/9102 ft.): 4-5 hrs walk
October 15th -Day 06Trek to Koto (2600m/8530 ft.): 5-6 hrs walk
October 16th -Day 07Trek to Meta (3560m/11,680 ft.): 7-8 hrs walk
October 17th -Day 08Trek to Kyang (3840m/12,598 ft.): 5-6 hrs walk
October 18th -Day 09Trek to Phu Gaon (3900m/12,795 ft.): 4-5 hrs walk
October 19th -Day 10Acclimatization day at Phu Gaon
October 20th -Day 11Trek to Himlung Himal Base camp(4,920m/16,141
ft.): 4-5 hrs walk
October 21st -Day 12Preparation for the Climbing
October 22nd – November 3rd -Day 13-25Climbing period
November 4th -Day 26Trek back to Phu Gaon
November 5th -Day 27Trek back to Meta
November 6th -Day 28Trek back to Koto
November 7th -Day 29Trek back to Beshisahar
November 8th -Day 30Drive to Kathmandu
November 9th -Day 31Leisure day at Kathmandu
November 10th -Day 32Final Departure
(Note: Booking must be confirmed 4 months before in advance)

Cost Includes:

Cost Includes: -
* Airport / Hotel / Airport pick up & transfer by Tourist standard vehicle.
* 5 nights’ accommodations with breakfast at Star level hotel in Kathmandu.
* Kathmandu city/sightseeing tour as per the above itinerary.
* Meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) with Tea & coffee and hot water during the trek.
* On sharing basis stay in Kathmandu hotel, Tented accommodations with 2 persons sharing basis on the trek and during climbing period.
* Single Tent per member at Base camp.
* Welcome Dinner.
* 1 experienced, helpful and friendly guide, 1 cook and necessary staff, porters (Necessary porters), their food, accommodation, daily wages, insurance, Equipment, Rescue insurance etc.
* Camping Equipment's (Tents, Kitchen Utensils and Mattresses).
* All transportation by Tourist standard vehicle.
* Annapurna Conservation Area Permit and all necessary permits.
* Naar-Phu Valley Restricted Permit.
* Climbing permit, Garbage deposit.
* Peak Climber’s (Sherpa) equipment charge, insurance and salary.
* Tourist service charge, Vat.
*One Bottle Oxygen (4 liters which works for five hrs., If needed can be used during emergency condition but the member will have to pay for it.)
* Office Service charge.
* Up till C1 (5,450m), C2(6,000m), C3 (6,350m) above base-camp tent, High food, Climbing gear (Rope, Snow bar Etc.)  Epi gas, Cooking pot etc.
*Nepal Government Liaison Officer’s food and accommodation, daily wages, insurance, Equipment, Rescue insurance etc.
*1 Very Experienced Climbing English speaking very helpful Sherpa per 2 Member.

Cost Excludes:

Cost Doesn’t Includes:
* Any meals in Kathmandu other than breakfast.
* Personal Travel insurance.
*Any expenses more than “Cost Includes” section.
* International airfare to and from Nepal.
* Nepal Tourist Visa fees.
*Entrance fee for sightseeing in Kathmandu.
* Items and expenses of personal nature.
* Any kind of alcoholic drinks, hot shower, cold drinks, snacks, laundry, phone call, Internet.
* Emergency Evacuation (Helicopter Rescue).
* Horse renting and extra porter used during the trek.
*Member’s Personal Equipment.
*Tips for cook, kitchen staff, porters, driver etc.
(Base camp team should be given tip at-least 200 Usd by per member.)
*Summit Bonus: 500 USD by per member should be given.
*Credit Facility (The Amount should be accurate.)
*Member’s personal medical kit.
(Note: The Confirmation for this trip should be done before Four month of the trip.)

Trip Map

Itinerary: -
October 10th -Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and a brief discussion on trip (1,300m/4,264 ft.)
Welcome to Nepal, the Land of Himalayas! Upon your arrival our representative from Himalayan Traverse will welcome to you at the airport and take you to your respective hotel. As it is the first day, we will make you brief introduction on your trip and your guide/s too. Overnight in Kathmandu Hotel.
-Bed and Breakfast
October 11th -Day 02: City sightseeing in and around Kathmandu valley and Briefing of the Trip
You will be escorted by a city guide to the following places: Pashupatinath Hindu temple, Boudhanath Buddhist temple, Swayambunath temple. Hindu and Buddhist culture temple sightseeing in almost half day. In the evening there will be a briefing about the trek. It also gives an opportunity for you to ask any questions regarding the Trek or any other questions you would like ask. This day you will also have a welcome dinner in a Nepalese cultural restaurant.
Stay overnight at your hotel in Kathmandu.
 
-Bed and Breakfast, Dinner.
October 12th -Day 03Preparation for Expedition, etc.
Today we relax, get ourselves both physically and mentally ready for the trip, and all the remaining preparations. We re-check and make sure we are ready for the expedition. If we have anything lacking, shopping for those items are also to be done this day. Overnight at Kathmandu Hotel.
-Bed and Breakfast
October 13th -Day 04Drive to Chamche (1385 m/4544 ft.): 6-7 hrs drive
Today we drive to Chamche, our first destiantion of the trip. Even though the roads are quite rough and dusty, the sceneries around will make our drive a good one. We can see Phu Khola as we start getting nearer to Chamche. Overnight at hotel in Chamche.
-Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
October 14th -Day 05Trek to Dharapani (1860m/9102 ft.): 4-5 hrs walk
Even though we can see the roads still, we start walking from today because they don't lead us to Dharapani. We make hike towards Dharapani through the muddy road and slowly off these paths. We walk through the river banks and see fields, small houses and steep at some places on our way. Overnight at hotel in Dharapani.
-Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
October 15th -Day 06Trek to Koto (2600m/8530 ft.): 5-6 hrs walk
Trail to Koto is mostly of uphill route. We walk through the lush forests enjoying the beauty of flora and fauna. We take our lunch at Timang, quite in the middle of forest. From Timang, it takes us 2 to 3 hours to reach Koto. Overnight at hotel in Koto.
-Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
October 16th -Day 07Trek to Meta (3560m/11,680 ft.): 7-8 hrs walk
We cross Phu Khola today and won't be seeing this river on the further trip. We walk through much dense and long forests today around for 4 to 5 hours. After reaching Meta, we may stay at hotel or camping too; it's depends on situation there. Overnight at Meta.
-Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
October 17th -Day 08Trek to Kyang (3840m/12,598 ft.): 5-6 hrs walk
Today we have up and down hills. This will also balance the level of hike for us. We cross small river too. From Kyang on today’s journey we will see very less forests and vegetation comared to before ones. We will have to do camping from today. Overnight at Kyang.
-Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
October 18th -Day 09Trek to Phu Gaon (3900m/12,795 ft.): 4-5 hrs walk
Phu Gaon is the last village before on the route to Himlung Himal where we will be seeing loal peopl and their settlements. Walk to Phu Gaon will be interesting as the sights are beautiful. Phu Gaon is like a center for local people here, We can see peopl influenced by tibetan culture and their settlements here.Overnight at Phu Gaon.
-Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
October 19th -Day 10Acclimatization day at Phu Gaon
Phu-Gaon is a beautiful village with smiliing local people, their primitive llifestyle, buddhists monasteries, mud houses, livestocks like yak, sheep,etc and small shops, As today is a free day for us, we try to explore this place as per our wish. We could do hiking around the place and experience the local culture and lifestyle from closer view this day. Overnight at Phu Gaon.
-Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
October 20th -Day 11Trek to Himlung Himal Base camp(4,920m/16,141 ft.): 4-5 hrs walk
Today we hike to Himlung HImal base camp. The trail mostly is like of drylands with no settlements. As we go to higher altitude, we pace down and slowly make it to the base camp. We climb small hills and cross small rivers. Overnight at Himlung Himal Base Camp.
-Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
October 21st -Day 12Preparation for the Climbing
These three day we will be using for setting ourselves up in the Himlung base camp and get prepared for the further up journet. We fix the days, and make ourselves physically and mentally prepared for the ascent. Overnights at Himlung Base Camp.
-Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
October 22nd – November 3rd -Day 13-25Climbing period
For the ascent of Himlung Himal. Though Himlung Himal is not so technical compared to other mountains, it cannot be underestimated either. We make generally three camps for the journey to the summit of Himlung Himal. We acclimatize and make ups and down on the higher camps depending upon the condition. The period of 2 weeks may be more or less enough for ascent. But we can never be sure as these are high mountains. Overnights at camps.
-Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
November 4th -Day 26Trek back to Phu Gaon
After the success on the mountain, we today return to Phu Gaon again after the pack ups.
We rest and overnight at Phu Gaon. Overnight at Phu Gaon.
-Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
November 5th -Day 27Trek back to Meta
And today it's Meta. We make our way back to Meta slowly and reach Meta. Overnight at Meta. This will be the last camping night for us.
-Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
November 6th -Day 28Trek back to Koto
Today we trek back to Koto and overnight at hotel in Koto. A good sleep at hotel at last.
-Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
November 7th -Day 29Trek back to Beshisahar
Today we walk for the last day for Beshisahar. We rest and overnight at hotel in Beshisahar.
-Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
November 8th -Day 30Drive to Kathmandu
Finally, today we drive back to Kathmandu. We get ourselves away from outer part of the valley slowly and return again to the busy city. Overnight at hotel in Kathmandu.
-Bed and Breakfast
November 9th -Day 31Leisure day at Kathmandu
This is our last in Nepal. So, we may buy ourselves some souvenirs to get take to our homeland or rest for the day. We, the Himalayan Traverse Adventure will be organizing a small dinner for us, on the occasion of successful completion of our amazing trip.
-Bed and Breakfast, Dinner
November 10th -Day 32Final Departure
Today we will be biding you farewell. We will be hoping that you will come back to Nepal again for another adventurous trip. We will take you to the International airport some hours before the scheduled flight and finally you will depart back for your homeland!
-Breakfast
(Note: Booking must be confirmed 4 months before in advance)

The faster the booking is done the better the services management can be done and is better so please book and confirm as soon as possible.

Share This Page

We Associated

Certificate & Partners