Baruntse Expedition (7129 m) - 33 Days

  • max altitude 7129 m
  • Group Type 2-12
  • Trip grade Strenuous
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The potential for climbing "east of Everest" was first recognised by members of Shipton's 1951 Everest Reconnaissance expedition, which made a journey of exploration into the region. Three years later, in 1954, members of that team, including Edmund Hillary and George Lowe, returned to exploit the climbing potential to the full. Although their prime aim was to explore Makalu, in a concerted effort of peak bagging around the upper Barun Glacier, this team made no fewer than 20 first ascents, of which Baruntse was the most significant. The first ascent of Baruntse being made on 30 May 1954 by Colin Todd and Geoff Harrow. 

They climbed the mountain by the South-East Ridge, which will be the line of our ascent. The South-East Ridge of Baruntse is a straightforward climb, mainly on snow but at high altitudes and crossing some steep sections of ice at 50°, with a prominent ice cliff at about 7,000 metres to be climbed on the way to the top. Sections of the upper summit ridge can be corniced, but there is little evidence of avalanche risk on the lower slopes of the mountain. The steeper sections of the climb are safeguarded by fixed rope, as are the obvious cornices that need to be traversed between the camps on the mountain.

Trip Highlights

  • Summit Mt. Baruntse 7129 m
  • Spectacular views of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Amadablam and khumbu region.
  • view of snow caped himalayas, trekking through khumbu region.
  • Authentic Sherpa culture and their lifestyle of khumbu region.

Outline Itinerary

Day 01:    Arrival Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.
Day 02:    preparation for expedition.
Day 03:    Expedition Briefing in tourism Board
Day 04:    Fly to Lukla and Trek to chutanga.
Day 05:    Chutanga to Naulek camp
Day 06:    Naulek to Kothey camp
Day 07:    Kothey to Thangnak camp
Day 08:    Thangnak to Khare camp
Day 09:    Khare to Mera base camp
Day 10:    Mera base camp to Mera High camp
Day 11:    Mera summit and back to mera base camp
Day 12:    Mera base camp to setopokhari
Day 13:    Setopokhari to Baruntse Base camp
Day 14 -26th climbing period of Baruntse 7129m
Day 27:    Baruntse Base camp to Amphu lapcha base camp
Day 28:    Amphulapcha cross and O/N in camp
Day 29-32:     trek down to Lukla
Day 33:    Lukla to Kathmandu.

Full Board Service Details

What's included

  • Expedition climbing Permit.
  • 4 night 3*star hotel in Katmandu.
  • Flight ticket: KTM-LUK-KTM
  • Experiences climbing Sherpa 2:1
  • All transportation expedition purpose.
  • Airport picks up and drops.
  • Liaison Officer Charge.
  • Expedition Guide and Cook, kitchen boys.
  • All kitchen equipments.
  • High altitude tents for high camps.
  • Private tent at base camp with mattress.
  • Dining Tents, kitchen tents, toilet tents,
  • All Necessary climbing gear except personal climbing gears.
  • Necessary number of porters to carry load and member baggage.
  • Porter’s equipment during the expedition.
  • All staff insurance.
  • All staff salary and porters wages.
  • All meal for member and staff during the expedition.
  • Quality high altitude dried foods & individual packet food.
  • EPI gas with burner for high camp.
  • Oxygen cylinder and Mask regulator for medical purpose!!
  • Gamow /PAC bag at base camp
  • First Aid Kit for all.

Communication :

  • Walky –Talky set
  • Sat phone pay call basis.

Power supply:

  • solar panel  for recharging purpose( camera ,sat phone, light in dining tents)

What's not included

  • High risk medical insurance
  • Visa& visa extension fees
  • Emergency rescue Evacuation if needed. 
  • Persona climbing equipment
  • Summit bonus of climbing sherpa
  • Tips for you expedition staff
  • Alcohol beverages & telephone calls, mineral water.
  • Lunch & dinner during Katmandu staying

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