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Mount Kanchenjunga Expedition spring 2018

Fixed Departure
07 April 2018

The third highest peak of the world Mount Kanchanjunga is situated at an elevation of 8586 meters above the sea level. It is the second highest peak of Nepal after Mount Everest. A British team conquered this peak having four summits for the first time in 1956. Some people even classify it as a separate 8000m peak.

A British botanist J.D. Hooker, who visited the area twice in 1848 and in1849, is the first westerner to explore Kanchanjunga. Exploration of the peak from the Sikkim side was continued by the British explorers mapping and photographing until 1899. In that very year a team led by Douglas Fresh Field made a circuit of Kanchanjunga and produced its map which is still regarded as one of the most authentic maps of the region.

Conquering this peak continued mostly from the Sikkim side, starting from Darjeeling in British India. Dr. A.M Kellas, is one of the major contributors to Western knowledge about the region who later died in Tibet during the approach of the 1921 Everest expedition. In 1929, 1930 and again in 1931 German Expedition attempted to conquer this peak but failed. Even after the restriction on Sikkin entrance, Nepal entrance was open, a team led by Dr. Charl as Evans approached the peak in 1955 via the Yalung Glacier.

The Japanese then accepted the challenge and approached the peak in 1967, 1973 and 1974. A German Expedition climbed Yalung Kang in 1975 when they climbed Yalung Kang, and an Indian army team was successful to reach the main peak of mount Kanchanjunga.

Mount Kanchenjunga Expedition Entry/Exit Ilam / Bhadrapur (Jhapa)
07 April 2018

Itinerary:

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07 April 2018 Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu - transfer to hotel
08 April 2018 Day 02: Climbing preparation Mt. Kanchanjunga 
09 April 2018 Day 03: Expedition briefing  tourism department
10 April 2018 Day 04: Fly to Suketar - Taplejung and stay lodge
11 April 2018 Day 05: Trek from Suketar  -  LaliKhark camping
12 April 2018 Day 06: Trek from LaliKharka -Khewan camping
13 April 2018 Day 07: Trek fromKhewan - Yamphudin camping
14 April 2018 Day 08: From Yamphudin  - AmjeKhola camping
15 April 2018 Day 09: Trek from AmjeKhola-Torontan camping
16 April 2018 Day 10: Trek from Torontan to Tseram   camping
17 April 2018 Day 11: Trek from Tseram to Ramje and camping
18 April 2018 Day 12: Ramje- acclimatization/hiking camping
19 April 2018 Day 13: Ramje -  Kanchunjunga glacier &camping
20 April 2018 Day 14: Glacier-Kanchanjunga base camp -camp  
21 April-18 May 2018 Day 15-42: Climbing Mt. Kanchanjunga 
19 May 2018 Day 48: Trek from base camp to Ramje&camping
20 May 2018 Day 49: Trek from Ramje to AmjeKhole &camping
21 May 2018 Day 50: Trek from Amije to Yamphudin  &camping
22 May 2018 Day 51: Trek Yamphuding - Khewang and camping
23 May 2018 Day 52: Trek from Khewang-LaliKharka- camping 
24 May 2018 Day 53: Trek LaliKharka to Suketar and stay lodge
25 May 2018 Day 54: Fly  to Suketar to Kathmandu-stay in hotel
26 May 2018 Day 55: Transfer  hotel -airport  for final departure

Cost

Cost Per Person USD 16,000 (guided expedition till to TOP)
Cost for Indian per person INR 14,000

Personal Bio Data Permit Application Form Expedition Registration/Booking Form

Cost Includes

  • K4 Nights 3 star hotel in Kathmandu with bed and breakfast
  • Climbing permit for Mt. Kanchanjunga8586m normal route
  • Kathmandu – SuketarTaplejung –Kathmandu with in flight                                 
  • 2Bottle oxygen with mask  - regulator for main summit day
  • High altitude food for climber and Sherpa guide above B. C.
  • Cooking pot, gas and stove above base camp (high camps)
  • I climber 1 north face tent or similar Mt. Kanchanjunga B. C.
  • 3 climbing north face tents V-25 or similar company C1,2,3
  • Dining, shower, store, toilet tent, table and chair base camp
  • Trekking and base camp meals for whole expedition times
  • Fixed rope, main rope- climbing KanchanjungaExpedition 
  • Porter from Suketar to base camp & while back to Suketar
  • Life-medical-rescue - insurance for Nepali staff Gov. officer
  • expedition allowance for liaison officer-expedition BC staff
  • Solar panel for charging battery-light Mt. Kanchanjunga BC
  •  Welcome dinner with Nepali songs &dance in Kathmandu

Cost Excludes

  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Personal climbing gear (equipment)
  • Life, medical insurance for climber
  • Emergency evacuation by helicopter
  • Bar and Beverage bills for expedition
  • Personal Expenses for expedition
  • Kanchanjungasummit bonus USD 700
  • Tips for BC staff, charter helicopter
  • Garbage deposit USD 3000 (sharing of the total person) and deposit
    fee will be not refunded if the climber doesn’t take back their garbage.
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