Bokta Peak climbing is also rarely climbing trekking peak in Kanchenjunga region. The climbing permit has started to issue since 2002. Bokta peak climbing is good for experience –seasoned mountaineers who are searching for an adventure and challenging peak climbing in Nepal.
Bokta Peak base camp journeys – trekking viewing beautiful landscape through lush valleys with wild animals. On the way of trekking, get a warm hospitality from local highlander with their Tibetan traditional culture. There are two mountain trekking path to reach at Bokta Peak base camp – either trek to both Kanchenjunga north base camp (Pangpema) and then to south base camp (Oktang) or just only Kanchenjunga south base camp –Oktang to climb Bokta peak.
The summit of Bokta peak offers all the fantastic Himalayan views of Kanchenjunga range including the third highest mountain in the world, the entire Kangchenjunga massif (8586 m), Kumbhakarna / Jannu (7710 m), Dhormo Peak (6850 m), Nupchu (6690 m) and many others. See below climbing itinerary and talk to local climbing guide and Sherpa for the best climbing deal and customized climbing itinerary. Of course, the more climbing info such as climbing gear, equipment and preparation for climbing Bokta Peak.
Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu (1300 m)
You are welcomed and received by us at Kathmandu airport on arrival to Nepal. Then transfer to hotel and pre trip meeting and discussion about itinerary in the afternoon.
Day 2: Kathmandu – sightseeing
On Kathmandu sightseeing tour, we visit important historical and heritage sites of Kathmandu valley which is listed on UNESCO world heritage sites.
Day 3: Kathmandu -Basantpur
Fly to Biratnagar (100 m) and drive to Basantpur (2200 m) by Jeep. Overnight stays there.
Day 4: Basantpur to Chauki (2700m)
6 hours walk/trek to Chauki.
Day 5: Chauki to Gupha Pokhari (2930 m)
Trek 5/6 hours on wonderful mountain terrain to Gupha Pokhari.
Day 6: Trek to Dovan (730 m)
A long day walk takes 9 hours.
Day 7: Dovan to Mitlung (921 m)
Trek 6 hours to Mitlung.
Day 8: Mitlung to Tapethok (1290 meters)
It is nearly 6 hours walk to Tapethok.
Day 9: Tapethok to Amjilosa (2490 m)
Trek 9 hours to Amjilosa.
Day 10: Amjilosa to Gyabla (2730 m)
5 hours trek to Gyabla.
Day 11: Gyable to Ghunsa (3430 m)
6 hrs trek to Ghunsa.
Day 12: Ghunsa acclimatize day
Rest day for acclimatization in Ghunsa: climb to Yamatari Dudhpokhari glacier (4315 m) that takes 6 hours walk.
Day 13: Trek to Kambachen (4040 m), it takes 5 hours.
Day 14: Trek to Ramtang (4525 m) takes 5 hours.
The most impressive mountain giant is from here good seeing Jannu or Khumbakarna (7710 m) with its enormous summit, is strongly reminiscent of a seated Nepalis of his with the typical nepali hat covered head on his left arm
Day 15: Trek to Pangpema/ North Base Camp (5065 m) takes 5 ½ hours.
Day 16: Pangpema
Rest day or trip over the Corner Camp (5170 m) to Glacier Camp I (5270 m) and back to Base Camp Pang Pema with great views of the nearby six-, seven-and eight-thousand peaks. It is about 5 hours climbing hiking.
Day 17: Pang Pema
Early morning optional ascent to Drohma Spur (5870 m) for excellent views of the Kanchenjunga massif north of Pang Pema and return to Base Camp.
Day 18: Trek to Ghunsa (3430 m) via Lhonak (4700 m) takes 7 hours walk.
Day 19: Trek to Sele la base camp (4600 m) via Tama La Pass (3940 m) and the Sele La Pass (4170 m) takes 6/7 hours uphill trek.
Day 20: Trek to Tseram (3870 m)
Trek 6/7 hours to Tseram.
Day 21: Trek to Ramche (4450 m)/ Oktang (4730 m) that takes 6/7 hours walk.
Day 22: Oktang: resting and reserve day.
You can also a play on the gravel-capped glacier to South Base Camp walk along.
Day 23: Trek to Bokta Base Camp (5123 m).
Trek to Bokta base camp it takes 5/6 hours. We can see fabulous panoramic views of the entire Kanchenjunga massif from the south.
Day 24: Climb to Bokta Bokta Peak High Camp
Climb to high camp and prepare for summiting Bokta Peak.
Day 25: Summit to Bokta Peak (6143 m) and climb down to Base camp
Day 26: Reserve day
Day 27: Trek back to Toronto
Trek down to Toronto takes 7 hours walk.
Day 28: Trek to Yamphudin (1700 m) takes 9 hours walk.
Day 29: Trek to Phonphe (1910 m) that take 5 hours.
Day 30: Trek to Kunjari (1740 m), it takes 6 hours.
Day 31: Trek to Suketar (2300 m), it takes 6 ½ hours.
Day 32: Suketar. Resting and reserve day.
Site visit with butter tea and visit the Tibetan monastery.
Day 33: Suketar to Kathmandu by flight.
Day 34: Kathmandu leisure day
Spend free day in Kathmandu for relaxing, strolling and shopping.
Day 35: Kathmandu Airport.
Transfer to airport to get flight back to home.