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Pharchamo Peak Climbing -21 days

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Pharchamo Peak Climbing is an thrilling expedition lies in the Gaurishanar region between langtang & Khumbu. It is a  difficult trekking destination at  height of 6,187 meters. It is also known as Parchemuche.  This is an impressive snow capped peak that climb first time in 1955 under B group from NMA. Thus you will explore unspoiled Rolwaling region and high pass challenging.

You will follow the trail of the Rolwaling before 1980,and later it will close because of the dangerous route in the tashi lapcha. So this peak is using alternative route from Khumbu region. On the way you will see many monasteries, chorten and Gompas. You will explore the tibetan style buddhism and habitate of mainly Tamang and Sherpa. So this peak climbing is complete with an experience sherpa guide.

A well experience guide will teach and give guidance to reach on the top of Summit with using several technical equipment. So it is also one of tough challenging climbing that why one should need healthy fitness to participate the peak. This peak climbing start from Charikot to lead the trails Singati, Jagat, Simigaon, Dovan,beding,to Tashi lapche base camp. After reaching to summit you will view the astounding himalayan and enjoy your journey.

During this climbing you will have need proper acclimatization for increase the fitness level. To participate the peak climbing, one have need more passionate in snow and good health condition. So you are looking for the perfect season Autumn from September to November and Spring from March to May. At this time the tempreature is better than other season and clear sky. You will see the blooming of  flower and get easy to trekking in this time.

Trip Itinerary

Upon Arrival warm receive at airport and transfer to hotel.

Prepare for permit and shopping the left equipment gear.

5 to 6 hours spectacular drive through the foothills of the Nepal Himalaya. This road twists and turns, crosses several passes and travels along high ridges, giving tremendous views of the valley and glimpses of snow-clad giants.

Trek 5/6 hours follows a long and winding route that contours through the hills. Currently, driving to Singati actually takes longer than the trekking route. Trekking passes through villages, farms and hamlets, with terraced fields and colourful gardens.

Trek on well-marked path and is a sheer delight to walk on, with glimpses of Gauri Shankar and other Rolwaling peaks to the north.

Continuing along the banks of the river to a place where the valley narrows into an impressive gorge, we reach Chetchet and its beautiful waterfall. We are still at a very low elevation and the climatic conditions are hot and slightly humid. Shortly afterwards we cross the Bhote Kosi to begin the steep climb up to the village of Simigaon.

Gorge proper. The trail is well made and leads through forest interspersed with numerous clearings that are used for summer grazing. Descending to the river, we make camp at Dovan-a small and unlikely clearing in the dense forest of the steep valley side.

We cross the Rolwaling Khola on a rickety wooden bridge and take a path through the jungle on the north side of the river, passing through the settlements of Nyimare and Ramding, to reach Beding, the principal Sherpa village of the Rolwaling Valley.

We spend a rest day at Beding to help with our acclimatization to the ever-increasing altitude. It is a great place to take it easy for a day - the local monastery has some interesting paintings and if we are lucky we may see the monks at work on their butter carvings.

It is only a short distance along the Rolwaling Khola to the summer kharka (grazing ground) of Na Gaon, but we must ascend slowly in order to acclimatize. Just before Na Gaon, the valley opens out into a classic, glaciated U-shape. We camp above the settlement beside a huge boulder which marks the beginning of the southern route to the Yalung La.

We spend a rest and acclimatization day at Na Gaon. For those who are feeling fit and strong, there is the option of a walk up the main Rolwaling Valley as far as the huge glacial lake of Tsho Rolpa.

After our efforts on Ramdung this is something of a rest day. Descending first of all to the boulder camp at Na Gaon, we climb gently up the Rolwaling Valley to Tsho Rolpa Lake. This large glacial lake is currently being monitored and drained as a precaution against the possibility of the failure of its natural dam, which event would have devastating consequences for the valley’s inhabitants. We set up camp in the ablation valley a short way beyond the lake.

Today we make our approach to the Drolambu Icefall which lies below the Tesi Lapcha. Beginning with a stiff climb and descent to skirt around an area of instability our route then traverses rocky glacial moraine for around 6 hours, to a camp below the Drolambu Icefall. Here, we are surrounded by spectacular high mountain scenery. A wild and impressive place!

Starting well before sunrise, and following the glacier again for an hour, we reach a rock buttress giving access to the upper glacier above the Drolambu Icefall. We will fix ropes and may cut steps to assist our porters on this first section, although nowhere is the terrain too difficult. Once above the fall, we ascend the valley below the towering peaks which separate the Rolwaling from the Everest region until a weakness enables us to cross the barrier. Climbing to the top of the pass we have our first views of the peaks of the Khumbu and the Thame Valley. A short way blow the pass we make camp on ledges beneath the overhangs of a huge rock cliff at an altitude of 5700 metres a most spectacular campsite.

It is a very direct and relatively short climb of around 4 hours to reach Parchemo’s summit. However, it does make sense to have an early start, so that we can get up and down and off the Tesi Lapcha by late morning. After regaining the pass, there is an initial steep section of the climb where we may use fixed lines. The climb then leads to a prominent summit with fantastic views across to the Khumbu peaks. A 2 hour descent brings us back to the pass and we then continue, dropping down into the alpine pasture, high above the village of Thame. We make camp at Tengpo on a high grazing ground.

The difficult stuff is now behind us and we have a very easy morning's walk on well-marked trails through green pastures down to Thame Village and our first hint of civilization since Beding. We set up camp on the outskirts of the village and have the afternoon free to look around. There is a very interesting gompa at the upper end of the village.

Another easy day of around 6 hours trek to the Khumbu capital of Namche Bazaar. If we needed to, we could complete the trek from Tengpo to Namche in a single day, which effectively gives us a contingency day at this point in the itinerary - no bad thing! We have time in the afternoon to check out the tea-shops and bars of Namche Bazaar (3400m), the thriving market place of the Khumbu. Namche Bazaar is a fascinating place to spend a bit of time. As well as the picturesque Sherpa houses, the numerous souvenir shops and cafes, there is also the opportunity to walk up to the Museum of Sherpa Culture, or to enjoy the ‘World’s highest hot-tub’.

Following the Everest Trail we stop for lunch at Phakding, and then make a final climb to Lukla where we check in to one of the many tourist lodges near the airstrip.

Early morning fly to Kathmandu. The afternoon is free for sightseeing. As a part of the holiday package we have included complimentary evening meals at the finest restaurants in Kathmandu.

This is an important contingency day in case of delays of Lukla to Kathmandu flight. You may prefer to do your own thing, especially if you have visited Kathmandu before. One of the attractions of any visit to Nepal is the chance to walk the streets of Kathmandu, which presents a fascinating mosaic of shops, cafes and restaurants, food markets and street vendors, as well as a bewildering array of colorful temples and shrines of both the Buddhist and Hindu religions. The afternoon is free and in the evening the group will have farewell dinner at typical Nepali restaurant with cultural dance program.

Final transfers to airport to get flight back to home.

What's included?

Full fledged

  • Airport transfer - hotel/airport/hotel
  • Twin sharing standard hotel accommodation on BB basis in Kathmandu before and after trek we can book as per your request.

Elementary Cost

  • Road transfer cost -from trek start to end point to Kathmandu-Charikot
  • One way Flight cost -Lukla/Kathmandu of client and guide.
  • Basic twin sharing tea house accommodation during trek.
  • 3 times meals - breakfast, lunch and dinner during the trek.
  • English Speaking guide and all his expenses during the trek like flight, insurance, salary, meals and accommodation.
  • All Trekking permit - National Park Fee, Local government tax and TIMS card.
  • All government taxes, vat, company service charge.

What's not included?

  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Travel Insurance in case of emergency for rescue and other medication.
  • Nepal visa fee
  • All kind of hot and cold drinks - coke, fanta, beer, whisky, bottle of water, hot water, tea, coffee etc.
  • All personal trekking equipment like down jacket and sleeping bag etc.
  • Porter to carry your backpack/luggage.
  • Tips for guide and porter
  • Personal expenses like wifi, hot shower, telephone, battery charge fee
  • Upgraded lodge accommodation like room with private toilet and bathroom.
  • All the cost not mention on above cost includes.
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