Chulu East Peak Climbing is a technical, adventurous and demanding route in peak climbing of Nepal. This mountain climbing route requires previous experience of trekking. The experience is recommended but however our highly skilled trekking guides can offer you special techniques during the climb for new comers.
Chulu East Peak stands high above the Manang Valley 6,584m/21,601ft above the sea level. The route to the peak provides stunning views of high Himalayas such as Annapurna range, Gangapurna, Glacier Dome, Dhaulagiri, Tilicho and Manaslu. This route takes you around the Annapurna massif with high altitudes of the Marsyangdi valley and the Thorong-La Pass. This technical climbing route requires a good knowledge of use of equipments. However, climbing guides are always there to help you out.
There are several routes to the summit of this peak. Among them the most standard one and that fits best for climbing is the through the North-East ridge starting from the Base Camp situated at an altitude of 5,334 meters. Most of the climbers succeed to conquer the summit and return back to the Base Camp in the same day. However, weather and snow conditions are always likely to change and bring difficulties during the trek.
This trek to the climb of Chulu East Peak provides eternal views of snow-capped mountains and frozen glaciers. They are just gorgeous and an inspiring one when you have the ambition to conquer the summit of the peak.
Chulu East Peak Climbing Itinerary
Day 01: Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport [1,338m/4,389ft] and pick up by our private vehicle and transfer to the Hotel. Stay overnight
Day 02: Guided sightseeing tour of Kathmandu valley. You will be provided with the opportunity of visiting some of the major attractions of Kathmandu such as Pashupatinath, Boudha, Soyambhunath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square and so on. Back to hotel in the evening and stay overnight
Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Besisahar [820m/2,69ft] takes about seven hours and then further trek to Khudi [790m] takes about 3 hours. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 04: Trek from Khudi to Bahundanda [976 m/3,202 ft] takes about 4 hours. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 05: Trek from Bahundanda to Tal [1,700m/5,577ft], takes about 6 hours. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 06: Trek from Tal to Bagarchhap [2,070m/6,791ft] takes about 6 hours. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 07: Trek from Bagarchhap to Chame [3,805 m/12,484 ft] takes about 7 hours. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 08: Trek from Chame to Pisang [3,205 m/10,515 ft] takes about 6 hours. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 09: Trek from Pisang to Yak Kharka [4,210m/13,812ft], takes about 6 hours. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 10: Trek from Yak Kharka to Chulu East Base Camp [5,140m/16,863ft], takes about 5 hours. Camp overnight
Day 11: Rest day at Chulu East Base Camp to explore the surrounding
Day 12: Ascend High Camp of Chulu East [5,600m/18,372ft]. Camp overnight
Day 13: Rest at High Camp
Day 14: Summit Chulu East and return to the Base Camp, takes about 7 hours. Camp overnight
Day 15: Trek from Chulu East Base Camp to Manang [3550m/11,646ft] it takes about 5 hours. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 16: Rest day at Manang and hang in and around town. This is an important rest and acclimatization day before crossing the Thorong La.
Day 17: Trek from Manang to Letdar [4250m/13,943ft] takes about 4 hours. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 18: Trek from Letdar to Thorong Phedi [4800m/15,748ft] takes about 6 hours. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 19: Trek from Thorong Phedi to Muktinath [3800m/12,467ft] via Thorong La Pass [5,416m/17,769ft], takes about 7 hours.
Day 20: Trek from Muktinath to Kagbeni [2895m/9,498ft] takes 3 and a half hour. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 20: Trek from Kagbeni to Jomsom [2,713m/8,900ft] takes about 3 and a half hour. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 21: Fly from Jomsom to Pokhara [827m/2,713ft] which takes about 35 minutes. Hotel overnight
Day 22: Drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu by tourist mini bus that takes about 7 hours. Hotel overnight
Day 23: Final departure