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Himlung Himal (7,126m)

Trip Code #HE7
DURATION:39 Days
ACTIVITY: Trekking / Climbing
BEST SEASON: / autumn / spring 
START: Kathmandu
FINISH: Kathmandu
ACCOMMODATION: Camping
GRADE: extreme
AVAIABILITY: Yes
GROUP SIZE: 2+
MAX ALTITUDE: 7,126m

Trip Information

Himlung Himal is comparatively known for easy to climb among 7,000m peaks. It is located between the Mt. Manaslu and Mt. Annapurna range close to the border of Nepal and Tibet.

There are few Tibetan ancient villages just located on the way to Himlung Himal called Nar and Phu which is very interesting to explore. The Base Camp is set normally in 4,900m of elevation and three high camps are set to reach the summit, Camp 1 at 5,450m, Camp 2 at 6,000m and Camp 3 at 6,350m.

Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 02-03: Preparation days for office works and expedition preparation
Day 04: Drive to Besisahar
Day 05: Trek to Ngadi
Day 06: Trek to Jagat
Day 07: Trek to Dharapani
Day 08: Trek to Koto
Day 09: Trek to Dharmasala
Day 10: Trek to Phu Khola
Day 11: Trek to Phu Gaun
Day 12: Trek to Himlung Base Camp
Day 13-30: Climbing period starts
Day 31 – 36: Way back to Besisahar
Day 37: Drive to Kathmandu
Day 38: Extra day in Kathmandu
Day 39: Final Departure

Inclusions

4 Nights Hotel in Kathmandu with bed and breakfast at 3 star hotel
All vehicle services (All pick up & drop )
Trekking food and accommodation
50 KG of personal luggage
Member tents (one tent for one member), Dining tents, Toilet tent, Mattresses, Store tent, Dining table and chairs,
Liaison officer’s allowances and equipment, bus ticket, insurance, salary
Bace Camp Staff’s equipment and allowances, Life, Medical & Helicopter rescue insurance, Salary
Peak permit for Himlung Himal
All working team including Guide, Sherpa, Cook, Kitchen boy and necessary porters
Emergency Oxygen – Mask and regulator
Solar panel for light and for battery charge
Annapurna Conservation Fee

Exclusions

All personal expenses and equipment for trekking and climbing
Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu
Personal Insurance
Emergency Rescue evacuation by helicopter if required
Staffs Tips and,
All bar bills & beverage

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Himlung Himal (7,126m)

Trip Code #HE7
DURATION:39 Days
ACTIVITY: Trekking / Climbing
SEASON: / autumn / spring 
START: Kathmandu
FINISH: Kathmandu
ACCOMMODATION: Camping
GRADE: extreme
AVAIABILITY: Yes
GROUP SIZE: 2+
MAX ALTITUDE: 7,126m
Overview

Himlung Himal is comparatively known for easy to climb among 7,000m peaks. It is located between the Mt. Manaslu and Mt. Annapurna range close to the border of Nepal and Tibet.

There are few Tibetan ancient villages just located on the way to Himlung Himal called Nar and Phu which is very interesting to explore. The Base Camp is set normally in 4,900m of elevation and three high camps are set to reach the summit, Camp 1 at 5,450m, Camp 2 at 6,000m and Camp 3 at 6,350m.

Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 02-03: Preparation days for office works and expedition preparation
Day 04: Drive to Besisahar
Day 05: Trek to Ngadi
Day 06: Trek to Jagat
Day 07: Trek to Dharapani
Day 08: Trek to Koto
Day 09: Trek to Dharmasala
Day 10: Trek to Phu Khola
Day 11: Trek to Phu Gaun
Day 12: Trek to Himlung Base Camp
Day 13-30: Climbing period starts
Day 31 – 36: Way back to Besisahar
Day 37: Drive to Kathmandu
Day 38: Extra day in Kathmandu
Day 39: Final Departure

Inclusions

4 Nights Hotel in Kathmandu with bed and breakfast at 3 star hotel
All vehicle services (All pick up & drop )
Trekking food and accommodation
50 KG of personal luggage
Member tents (one tent for one member), Dining tents, Toilet tent, Mattresses, Store tent, Dining table and chairs,
Liaison officer’s allowances and equipment, bus ticket, insurance, salary
Bace Camp Staff’s equipment and allowances, Life, Medical & Helicopter rescue insurance, Salary
Peak permit for Himlung Himal
All working team including Guide, Sherpa, Cook, Kitchen boy and necessary porters
Emergency Oxygen – Mask and regulator
Solar panel for light and for battery charge
Annapurna Conservation Fee

Exclusions

All personal expenses and equipment for trekking and climbing
Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu
Personal Insurance
Emergency Rescue evacuation by helicopter if required
Staffs Tips and,
All bar bills & beverage

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