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Chulu Far East Peak Climbing

Chulu Far East Peak Climbing is one of the most popular and delightful Himalayan expeditions in the Annapurna Region. The magnificent peak in the north-central part of the Himalayas, Chulu Far East Peak, is at an elevation of 6,059 meters (19,878 feet) and its expedition offers some of the most exhilarating adventures in the Himalayan region.

The iconic Himalayan expedition explores the trekking route across the diverse landscapes of the region traverses across the Annapurna Conservation Area, offers the most incredible and spectacular views of the Himalayan vistas, adds cultural and traditional prospects of the Himalayas settlements, and finally tests the mountaineering enthusiasts on 6,000-meter class mountain peak.

Chulu Far East Peak Climbing is an overall complete package that suits the palate of every kind of mountaineering adventurer. As it is also one of the easiest climbing peaks in the Himalayan range, it is perfect for mountaineering beginners who want to test their skillset on the alpine setting before scaling the highest peaks in the world.

At the same time, it also offers a wonderful opportunity for seasoned and veteran mountaineers to widen their Himalayan prospects in the Annapurna region. If you are looking forward to this delightful and gratifying Himalayan adventure, Exciting Nepal Treks offers the best value 21-Day Chulu Far East Peak Climbing expedition.

Our expert expedition guides with significant years of experience in mountaineering guidance will lead a fully guided expedition prioritizing your safety and experience factors. So, rest assured, and let us handle all the minor details so you can truly enjoy this epic adventure without the need to worry about anything.

Highlights of Chulu Far East Peak Climbing

  • Expedition to the summit of the 6,000-meter class mountain in the Annapurna region, Chulu East Peak (6,059 meters)
  • Immersive sightseeing day in Kathmandu exploring the cultural and historic landmarks including the UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • Panoramic 360° views of the Himalayan massifs like Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, Annapurna, Gangapurna, Tilicho, Pisang Peak, Khatungkang, Tukuche and Chulu Peaks
  • Side exploration of the highest lake in the world, Tilicho Lake (4,919 meters)
  • Expedition of one of the easier (known as the practice) as well as adventurous peaks in the Himalayas
  • Overall combined trekking expedition that also explores the route of the popular Annapurna Circuit Trek route
  • Adventure of one of the highest Himalayan passes in the region Throng La Pass Elevation (5,416 meters)
  • Diverse and endangered flora and fauna of the Annapurna Conservation Area
  • Charming trekking trails enjoying the cultural, traditional, and historic prospects of the Himalayan settlements as well as their warm hospitality

Chulu Far East Peak Climbing Outline Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu

Day 2: Sightseeing and exploration day at Kathmandu and climb briefing

Day 3: Kathmandu to Besisahar Drive

Day 4: Diving from Besisahar to Dharapani

Day 5: Trekking from Dharapani to Chame

Day 6: Chame to Lower Pisang trek

Day 7: Lower Pisang to Ngawal

Day 8: Ngawal to Yak Kharka trekking

Day 9: Yak Kharka to Chulu Far East Base Camp

Day 10: Climb from base camp to Chulu Far East High Camp

Day 11: Summit of Chulu Far East Peak and climb down to base camp

Day 12: Reserve/contingency day

Day 13: Trekking from Chulu Far East Base Camp to Ngawal

Day 14: Ngawal to Manang

Day 15: Manang to Leddar trekking

Day 16: Trek from Leddar to Throng Phedi

Day 17: Trek from Throng Phedi to Muktinath via Throng La Pass

Day 18: Muktinath to Jomsom trekking via Kagbeni

Day 19: Fly from Jomsom to Pokhara

Day 20: Drive back to Kathmandu from Pokhara

Day 21: Departure day

Chulu Far East Peak Climbing Detailed Itinerary

Chulu Far East Peak Climbing itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu

Kathmandu Elevation: 1,400 meters

On the first day of your Chulu Far East Peak Climbing expedition, our representative will receive you at the airport terminal after your arrival. You will be then transported to your respective hotels and our representative will assist you with the check-in procedure. Depending on the hour of your arrival you can use the rest of the day to explore the bustling capital city.

You can check out the close by popular tourist landmarks or stroll around the city checking out local delicacies. Overnight stay at one of the finest star hotels in Kathmandu.

Day 2: Sightseeing and exploration day at Kathmandu and climb briefing

Kathmandu Elevation: 1,400 meters

Day 2 in your Chulu Far East Peak Climbing is an exciting day’s adventure as you will explore the historic monuments, religious landmarks, and just simply fascinating artifacts. You will also explore some of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites located in Kathmandu, 7 out of 10 UNESCO Sites are in Kathmandu.

Although it won’t be possible to admire the history and significance of all these cultural sites in a single day, you will take part in the exploration of several, depending on the time limit. In the evening, you will visit our office located at Thamel and meet the expedition guides and leaders.

If you haven’t completed shopping for the Chulu Far East Peak Climbing, you can use this day to buy or rent the equipment in Kathmandu. You will rest at your respective hotel tonight preparing for the big adventure starting tomorrow.

Day 3: Kathmandu to Besisahar Drive

Kathmandu Elevation: 1,400 meters

Besisahar Elevation: 760 meters

Elevation Loss: 640 meters

After putting the full exploration of Kathmandu on hold for the moment, on Day 3 of your Chulu Far East Peak Climbing, you will drive to Chame from the capital after breakfast. It’s a scenic day’s drive as you drive along the Prithvi Highway alongside the mesmerizing Trishuli River and Marsyangdi River passing lush forests, green high hills, charming waterfalls and streams, and vibrant settlements along the driving route.

You will also be able to enjoy the picturesque views of the Himalayas on the far right corner as you head toward your destination. This day’s driving takes approximately 6- 7 hours, and for you to finally arrive at Besisahar.

Day 4: Diving from Besisahar to Dharapani

Besisahar Elevation: 760 meters

Dharapani Elevation: 1,650 meters

Elevation Gain: 890 meters

It is another scenic day’s drive in your Chulu Far East Peak Climbing as you leave behind Besisahar heading toward Dharapani. You will switch to a more convenient vehicle for off-roading as you ascend to the higher altitude on the bumpy and rocky driving trails.

Enjoying the natural allurements of the diverse landscape in the region, you will pass several charming high-altitude settlements like Chamje, Karte, and Tal on this day’s drive. It will take approximately about 5 hours of driving on the rugged trails for you to reach Dharapani from Besishar. This stunning village in the Annapurna region is famous for its stunning Himalayan vistas and traditional Nepali architecture. Overnight stay at the teahouse in Dharapani.

Day 5: Trekking from Dharapani to Chame

Dharapani Elevation: 1,650 meters

Chame Elevation: 2,670 meters

Elevation Gain: 1,020 meters

Your trekking adventure will finally begin on Day 5 of your Chulu Far East Peak Climbing, after breakfast, you will follow the moderate uphill ascending trail. As you move along the charming trekking trails, you will pass several suspension bridges and enjoy the blissful nature and trek across the lush pine and rhododendron forests.

As you ascend to the higher elevation, you will also be able to enjoy the spectacular views of the Manaslu Massifs. It is an approximate 5 hour of trekking adventure today as you enter the ambiance of the beautiful high Himalayan settlement, Chame. This village is the headquarters of the Manag district and is inside the Annapurna Conservation Area.

Day 6: Chame to Lower Pisang trek

Chame Elevation: 2,670 meters

Lower Pisang Elevation: 3,200 meters

Elevation Gain: 530 meters

Moving further ahead on your trekking trail, on Day 6 of your Chulu Far East Peak Climbing, you will again follow the scenic trekking route passing the dense fir, pine, and rhododendron forest. Following the trails alongside the Marsyangdhi River, you will also get the opportunity to witness the magnificent Paungda Danda Rock which rises 1,500 meters above the river and is considered a sacred landmark by the local inhabitants.

Then during the last stretch of this day’s adventure, you will follow the trail that drops down to the floor of the Manang Valley and finally arrive at the Lower Pisang. This day’s trekking adventure will be rewarded with stunning views of the Himalayan gems like Annapurna II to the south and Pisanng Peak on the north, including several other adjacent peaks.

Day 7: Lower Pisang to Ngawal

Lower Pisang Elevation: 3,200 meters

Ngawal Elevation: 3,660 meters

Elevation Gain: 460 meters

On the 7th day of your Chulu Far East Peak Climbing, you will follow the ascending trail heading toward the Upper Pisang after breakfast. Although you have to overcome several steep sections on this day’s trekking adventure, the amazing vistas of the Himalayas and Manang Valley are just breathtaking.

Moving further ahead on your trekking trail, you will cross a suspension bridge on the outskirts of the Upper Pisang and trek across the spiritual trails covered with praying flags as you head towa Ghyaru. Then leaving this high-altitude village behind, during the last part of the trek, you will descend down to Ngwal from Ghyaru. The unobstructed views of Annapurna II, III, and IV up close make this day’s trek a delightful experience.

Day 8: Ngawal to Yak Kharka trekking

Ngawal Elevation: 3,660 meters

Yak Kharka Elevation: 3,840 meters

Elevation Gain: 180 meters

It is another day of the delightful trekking adventure in your Chulu Far East Peak Climbing as you leave the spiritual realm of the Ngawal behind heading toward Yak Kharka. Following the red and orange shrubs along the occasional green-dotted trees on the trekking trail, you will head toward Yak Kharka.

You will cover the trekking distance for about 5 hours during this day’s adventure as you finally arrive at Yak Kharka. You will be rewarded with spectacular views of the Annapurna Massifs as you cross the wide pasturelands, and the summer herding grounds, to finally reach your destination. Overnight stay at a teahouse in Yak Kharka.

Day 9: Yak Kharka to Chulu Far East Base Camp

Yak Kharka Elevation: 3,840 meters

Chulu Far East Base Camp: 4,950 meters

Elevation Gain: 1,110 meters

On Day 9 of your Chulu Far East Peak Climbing, you will finally head toward the main objective of this expedition. Leaving the plain and wide pasture grounds at Yak Kharka you will follow the trekking trails of the Chulu Gaon heading toward the Chulu Far East Base Camp.

Then moving forward with this day’s trekking adventure, you will pass several quaint high Himalayan villages and traverse across the stunning glacier to finally arrive at the base camp. Our team will find the ideal spot for the campsite and prepare warm nursing meals for you, in the evening, you will check your mountaineering equipment and prepare for the scaling adventure starting tomorrow.

Day 10: Climb from base camp to Chulu Far East High Camp

Chulu Far East Base Camp: 4,950 meters

Chulu Far East High Camp: 5,400 meters

Elevation Gain: 450 meters

You will finally begin your ascending on the alpine- snow and ice segments of the mountain on the 10th Day of your Chulu Far East Climbing expedition. Starting your adventure early in the morning, you will follow the ascending path fixed by our expedition team and make your way toward the high camp overcoming the snow-freezing sections.

This will be a short expedition as you reach the high camp within 3- 4 hours from the base camp. You will be able to enjoy the astonishing views of the Himalayan peaks like Chulu East, Chulu West, Chulu Far East, Annapurna Massifs, and Pisang Peak including the Annapurna Valley from the high camp.

After arriving at the Chulu Far East High Camp, you will use the rest of the day acclimatizing properly at the new altitude and do some practice climbing that will boost your confidence level for the big day tomorrow.

Day 11: Summit of Chulu Far East Peak and climb down to base camp

Chulu Far East High Camp: 5,400 meters

Chulu Far East Summit Elevation: 6,059 meters

Elevation Gain: 659 meters

The big day of the Chulu Far East Peak climbing is finally here, starting your adventure really early in the morning to avoid the afternoon wind at the summit, you will follow the guidance of the expedition leader heading toward the summit. Although the altitude gain is significant on this day’s climbing, the Chulu Far East Peak is known as a non-technical mountain.

You will follow the fixed path set by our expert mountaineering guides and ascend the straightforward climbing route to the summit. Even though there aren’t many technical sections on the mountain, the steep inclining, and the exposed ridges make this day’s scaling adventure a little bit challenging.

However, the unprecedented views of the Annapurna Massifs, Chulu Peaks, Himlung, and Pisang Peak including several adjacent peaks will make your scaling adventure worthwhile. After relishing the Himalayan ambiance from the top of this magnificent peak, you will climb down to the base camp and celebrate your successful expedition in the Himalayas.

Day 12: Reserve/contingency day

There is generally one reserve day in your Chulu Far East Peak Climbing expedition, as the high Himalayan climatic conditions can be unpredictable at times, you will use these two days to postpone the summit push in case of any unforeseen circumstances.

This reserve day also comes into play for the training for the expedition as well as during the acclimation process to properly adapt to the rising altitudes. However, if things go smoothly without any unfavorable obstacles, you will continue your adventure as per the mentioned itinerary. You can use this contingency day later for more sightseeing or as acclimatization during the latter part of your Himalayan adventure.

Day 13: Trekking from Chulu Far East Base Camp to Ngawal

Chulu Far East Base Camp: 4,950 meters

Ngawal Elevation: 3,660 meters

Elevation Loss: 1,290 meters

Saying goodbye to your glorious Himalayan adventure, on the Day 13 of your Chulu Far East Peak Climbing, you will descend down to Ngawal leaving the base camp. You will retrace your steps back to the wide pasture at the yak Kharka leaving the glacial moraines behind and during the final stretch descend down to Ngawal.

It is about 7 hours of trekking adventure today, as you across the diverse landscapes and overcome the steep section along the trail to finally arrive at this spiritual settlement. The stunning views of the Annapurna II, III, and IV will still linger inside the frame as you settle in for the night enjoying the peaceful ambiance of the Himalayas.

Day 14: Ngawal to Manang

Ngawal Elevation: 3,660 meters

Manang Elevation: 3,540 meters

Elevation Loss: 120 meters

On Day 14 of your Chulu Far East Peak Climbing, you will follow the descending trail heading toward Manang which is also known as the ‘crown jewel’ of the mainstream trekking route in Nepal, Annapurna Circuit Trek. As you descend down the lower altitudes, the lush green rhododendron, fir, oak, and bamboo forest will greet you during your scenic trekking.

Moving along the relatively plain landscape, you will pass several farmlands and take a short break at the Brag Monastery before heading towards the magnificent down just beneath the Thorong La Pass, Manang. This traditional high Himalayan village is known for its popular stone architecture marvels and ethnic groups like Gurung, Lama, and Ghale, heavily influenced by Tibetan culture and traditions.

Day 15: Manang to Leddar trekking

Manang Elevation: 3,540 meters

Leddar Elevation: 4,050 meters

Elevation Gain: 510 meters

Although this day’s trekking adventure is not the shortest, it is relatively on the moderate side compared to other day’s adventures. On Day 15 of your Chulu Far East Peak Climbing leaving the crown capital Manang behind, you will head toward Letdar which will take approximately 5- 6 hours. Enjoying the spectacular views of the Manaslu Peak, you will follow the path toward the right leaving the Marsyangdhi River behind.

Moving further up ahead in your trekking route, you will enter the valley of the Jarsang Khola, a tributary river of the Marsyangdhi River. As you follow the ascending route from here, the Manang Vllaye fades behind and you will head toward Gunsang Village. From here the path switches to charming trails with wide pastures and small forests as you finally arrive at Leddar.

Day 16: Trek from Leddar to Throng Phedi

Leddar Elevation: 4,050 meters

Throng Phedi Elevation: 4,540 meters

Elevation Gain: 490 meters

After leaving the rugged trail of the Leddar behind, on Day 16 of your Chulu Far East Peak Climbing, you will follow the ascending trail to the Jarsang River and trek alongside it on the easter side. This day’s trekking adventure is rewarded with incredible views of the Chulu West as you follow the trekking trail alongside the river before switching to the scree slopes at the bank of the river that stretches toward Throng Phedi.

Throng Phedi is a charming high Himalayan settlement that got its name from its geographical position, ‘Thorong Phedi’ can be translated to ‘Base of the Thorong Hill’. If you are lucky, you might get the opportunity to witness Bharal (blue sheep), snow leopard, and Lammergeyer (bearded vulture) which are native to this region.

Day 17: Trek from Throng Phedi to Muktinath via Throng La Pass

Throng Phedi Elevation: 4,540 meters

Muktinath Elevation: 3,710 meters

Throng La Pass Elevation: 5,416 meters

Elevation Gain: 876 meters

It's a challenging day’s adventure today on Day 17 of your Chulu Far East Peak Climbing as you tackle one of the high Himalayan passes, Throng La Pass at an elevation of 5,416 meters (17,769 feet). This is the toughest day’s trekking in your entire expedition and will take around 7- 8 hours to complete. Starting your adventure from Throng Phedi after breakfast, you will follow the cattle trail through the moraine and snow on the pass to push toward the summit of the pass.

From the top of this magnificent Himalayan pass, you will enjoy the incredible views of the Annapurna, Gangapunra, Khatungkang, Dhaulagiri, and Tukuche Peak including the breathtaking vistas of the Kali Gandaki Valley. Then after enjoying the spectacular views of the Himalayas from the top of the pass, you will descend down the moraine and grassy slopes to reach the Jhong Valley.

Then during the final stretch of this day’s challenging adventure, you will follow the easy trekking route stretching to Muktinath from Jhong Valley. Overnight stay at Muktinath.

Day 18: Muktinath to Jomsom trekking via Kagbeni

Muktinath Elevation: 3,710 meters

Jomsom Elevation: 2,720 meters

Elevation Loss: 990 meters

Proceeding further down along your descending trail, you will leave the Muktinath behind heading toward Jomsom on Day 18 of your Chulu Far East Peak Climbing. After visiting the Muktinath temple in the morning, which has great significance in both Buddhist and Hindu religions, you will follow the downhill trekking route heading toward Ranipauwa Village.

Then, moving further ahead in this day’s trekking adventure you will pass another popular highlight of this day’s trek, Kagbeni, a charming high Himalayan settlement that bridges the gap between Lower Mustang and Upper Mustang. From here you will trek down the trail that drops to Kali Gandaki Gorge and stretches all the way to Jomsom.

Day 19: Fly from Jomsom to Pokhara

Jomsom Elevation: 2,720 meters

Pokhara Elevation: 850 meters

Elevation Loss: 1,870 meters

Concluding your high Himalayan expedition, on Day 19 of your Chulu Far East Peak Climbing, you will head toward Pokhara to conclude the expedition. You will board a flight from Jomsom to Pokhara early in the morning, the scenic flight will take approximately 20- 25 minutes and you will finally land at the tourist hub of Nepal which is also known as the ‘city of lakes’.

After landing in Pokhara and taking enough rest, you will commence your lakeside tour checking out some of the major highlights of the city like Fewa Taal, Barahi Temple, Davi’s Falls, Sarangkot, Mahendra Cave, Bat Cave, World Peace Pagoda, Gupteshow Mahadev Cave, etc. After enjoying the city exploration, you will turn in at one of the finest hotels in the city, you will rest tonight in luxury and comfort after a long Himalayan adventure.

Day 20: Drive back to Kathmandu from Pokhara

Pokhara Elevation: 850 meters

Kathmandu Elevation: 1,400 meters

Elevation Gain: 550 meters

As you finish your exploration in Pokhara, on Day 20 of your Chulu Far East Peak Climbing, you will drive back to the capital from this bustling tourist hub. It's a scenic day’s drive as you follow the trails alongside the Marsyangdi River and Trishuli River onto the Prithivi Highway. You will pass several charming settlements along the banks of these soaring rivers, and you will also come across several sparkling waterfalls, as you move along the path carved between high hills enjoying the beauty of the Himalayas peeking on the far left corner.

It is an approximate 5- 6 hours drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu, after you enter the capital, you will transported directly to your respective hotel so you can get some rest. In the evening, you can stroll around Kathmandu checking out some of the close by tourist destinations or checking out the local pubs and cafes.

If you haven’t used your reserve days during your Chulu Far East Peak Climbing expedition, you can use those days for additional sightseeing days in Kathmandu. This way you will have more chances to explore the popular highlights that you missed during your Day 2 exploration. Also, you will have it easy to collect souvenirs to remember your remarkable Himalayan adventure, for the most authentic products visit the cultural sites in Kathmandu or popular marketplaces like Asan, Managalbazar, and Thamel.

Day 21: Departure day

Kathmandu Elevation: 1,400 meters

It is finally time to bid farewell to this delightful Himalay adventure, Day 22 of your Chulu Far East Peak Climbing expedition will be your departure day. Our representative will pick you up from your hotel depending on your flight schedule and will also assist you with the check-in procedure.

You are recommended to reach the airport at least 2-3 hours prior to your scheduled flight, so make the arrangements accordingly. Thank you for traveling with us, we hope to see you again.

Have a safe trip!

Trip Cost US$ 2500 Per person
Cost Includes:
  • All necessary climbing permits and licenses (ACAP Permit, TIMS permit).
  • Services of experienced English-speaking climbing guides.
  • Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu and other relevant locations before and after the climb.
  • Meals during the climbing expedition including BLD
  • Rental and provision of essential climbing equipment
  • Transportation to and from Kathmandu to the starting point of the climb.
  • Hiring of porters to carry gear and supplies.
  • Camping facilities and services at the base camp.
  • Insurance/salary for all staff/ porters.
  • Medical kits and emergency evacuation insurance.
  • Miscellaneous expenses like government taxes and fees.
Cost Excludes:
  • Hotel in Kathmandu.
  • Visa Fees.
  • International Flights.
  • Personal climbing gears and clothing (available on hire).
  • Tips, any expenses of own nature, client's insurance.
  • Any unforeseen costs or expenses.

Best Season for Chulu Far East Peak Climbing

Crossing Kangla Pass (5306m) on the way to Chulu Far East Peak (6059m)

Nepal is a popular destination for high-altitude trekking the mountain expeditions, this amazing Himalayan country offers such a diverse range of adventures that hardly anyone will feel left out. Although the Himalayan adventures can be done throughout the year, the ideal for these Himalayan expeditions is during the peak season like autumn (September- November) and spring (March-May).

Similarly, the Chulu Far East Peak Climbing expedition is also at its best during these peak seasons. Although both of these seasons have stable climatic conditions, dry trekking trails, and warm temperatures, autumn is considered the best season for Himalayan expeditions.

The temperature of the autumn season which is moderate makes it the perfect time for outdoor adventures, similarly, as the weather is pretty stable nothing beats views of the picturesque Himalayan vistas of this season. The lush trails and nourished rivers thanks to the monsoon rain and the festive season in the country that sees some of the grandest festivals like Dashain, Tihar, and Chhath have made autumn the most popular season for the adventure in the Himalayas.

You can expect the temperature of the Chulu region to hover around 14°C to 18 °C during the autumn season and higher regions may see light snowfall as the winter closes in. Similarly, the spring season in the Himalayas is known as the natural paradise, where the natural allurements of the region are at their peak from lower forested areas to the high pasture lands.

Famous among nature lovers the trekking trails of the Himalayan region welcomes guests with colorful rhododendron and wildflowers. It is also the best time to witness the endangered Himalayan flora and fauna of the region and capture the perfect shots of the Himalayan vistas amidst the natural allurements.

The temperature of the Chulu region is around 15°C to 21 °C during the daytime and you can expect them to drop to 6°C or lower in the early mornings and nights. It is pretty much safe to assume that the temperature above 4,000 meters is generally minus degrees during the morning and nighttime as you get close to the alpine environment of the Himalayas.

Chulu Far East Peak Climbing Difficulty Level

Chulu Far East Summit

The Chulu Far East Peak Climbing expedition is a straightforward trekking peak expedition on one of the most fascinating mountain peaks in the Annapurna region. As there aren’t many technical segments on the mountain, this expedition has been graded at a ‘moderate’ level and is recommended for mountaineering beginners who are looking forward to polishing their skills.

So, even if you are completely new to mountaineering adventures, you can take part in the Chulu Far East Peak Climbing expedition, however, you will require an adequate amount of mountaineering skills to overcome the technical section on this mountain.

Even though the Chulu Far East Peak Climbing has been graded as the ‘straightforward’ climbing peak, it would be wise not to underestimate the challenges you might face during this expedition. Let’s break down some of the major significant challenges that you have to face during this epic Himalayan adventure.

Altitude Gain

Altitude gain is one of the major challenges in any kind of high-altitude adventure as there are risks for the human body to suffer from altitude sickness at an altitude over 2,500 meters. As you gain a significant altitude during this adventure and traverse the snowy alpine segments where acclimatization can be difficult, altitude gain can be a difficult challenge to overcome.

Starting your adventure from Besisahar at 760 meters, you will traverse across some of the major elevation jump points like Ngawal (3,660 meters), Chulu Far East High Camp (5,400 meters), Throng La Pass (5,416 meters) and the highest elevation point of the expedition, the summit of Chulu Far East Peak (6,059 meters).

Route

In addition to the high-elevation jump points, the trekking route of the Chulu Far East Peak Climbing is another significant difficulty factor. It is a demanding Himalayan adventure where you will have to cover the trekking distance of 6- 7 hours during each day of the adventure. On top of that, you will be carrying your luggage with you in rising altitude where even simple physical activities can be draining.

Besides the rugged trekking route across the rocky segments, loose soils, and steep and landslide areas, you will also need to put a significant effort into overcoming the snowy and rocky section on the slopes of the mountain. Furthermore, you will also need to overcome the technical segments on the slopes of the Chulu East Peak as well as the high Himalayan pass, Mesokanta La Pass.

Climatic Conditions

Although choosing the peak season for the Chulu Far East Peak Climbing can significantly reduce the weather difficulty factors from the expedition, the high Himalayan climatic conditions can sometimes be unpredictable. You may have to deal with sudden snowfalls, rainfall, or surges in the freezing temperature.

The climatic conditions are even more unpredictable during the off-seasons like winter (December- February) and monsoon (June- August). The monsoon is generally known for the heavy downpour, slippery trails, and risk of natural disasters like landslides and flooding.

Whereas, the winter is known as the freezing season in the Himalayan region, not only you will have to overcome the snow on the trekking trail, but the cold climatic condition also makes it hard to acclimatize to the rising altitude. The freezing wind, heavy snowfall, and blizzards due to bad weather conditions in the Himalayas make the expedition almost impossible.

Remoteness

This Himalayan expedition takes place in a remote region of the country, so the infrastructural and technological advancement in the region is minimal. You will have to make do with the basic to moderate level of services available throughout the trekking route.

There isn't a proper mode of transportation in this remote part of the Himalayas, the health facilities along the trail are also limited, and as for the technical amenities, only the lower regions are well-facilitated with electricity and telecommunications services. So, in case of any kind of emergencies, you can only rely on the air support.

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