Kanchenjunga Expedition
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trip grade
Extreme

★★★★★

65 Days  

Trip Code:  ATT-139

Price starts from:  7.000 USD

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Destination
Destination

Nepal

Altitude
Altitude

8586 m

Activity
Activity

Mountaineering Expedition

Technical Experience
Technical Experience

Advanced Skill

Accomodation
Accomodation

Hotel/Lodge

Region
Region

Everest

Starts
Starts

Kathmandu

Ends
Ends

Kathmandu

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Mountain Info

  • Height: 8,586 m , 28,170 ft
  • Location: North East Nepal
  • Range: mt.-kanchenjunga
  • Rank: 3rd highest Mountain in the World
  • Classification: 3rd highest Mountain in the
    World
  • Climbing Route: 3rd highest Mountain
    in the World
  • Latitude: 27°42’09
  • Longitude: 88°09’25

Difficulty level

Extreme

You need to be in excellent physical condition: be ready to walk or climb more than 10 hours a day. You may be subjected to face extreme weather and high altitude. The terrain will be very rock and icy and remote. Technical climbing equipment is required.

Once assumed to be the highest mountain in the world, Kanchenjunga, meaning ‘five treasures of the high snow’ is located between Nepal and India. This magnificent mountain was first climbed in 1955 by Joe Brown and George Band of the British Kanchenjunga Expedition– 50 years after the first expedition made an attempt in climbing Kanchenjunga in 1905.

At 8586 metres, Kanchenjunga is the 3rd highest mountain in the world yet sees very little traffic. As the most remote 8000 metre mountain, the approach on the Kanchenjunga expedition takes you to the eastern border of Nepal, trekking through unspoiled and remote areas in the Arun valley before arriving at the basecamp.

Climbing Kanchenjunga is intricate mixed climbing at first and then later involves one of the longest horizontal climbs above 8000 metres making it a very demanding mountain that requires well planned logistics and a good, strong support.

Good To Know

Asian Trekking is a Nepali expedition operating company established 36 years ago. According to Paragraph 26 of the Tourism Act (2035), no foreign expedition teams or companies are allowed to provide expedition services in Nepal directly and any foreign company must work through a Nepali company licensed by the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Government of Nepal. As such, Nepali companies are the ones that provide all the legal, administrative, logistical, guiding and support services in Nepal, while also being legally responsible for the safe and responsible conduct of the expeditions. Booking through foreign expedition companies naturally makes the cost to the customer higher due to the extra layer of administration and profit margins, without necessarily adding any extra value.

EVEREST TAILOR MADE EXPEDITION

We are the number 1 most
experienced expedition company the World. No other company has as much
experience as us. We have organized more than 3,000 personalised treks and
expedition since 1982, including 286 climbing expeditions on Mt.
Everest.

Price Start From 55,000 US$ And
Includes

  • Each member is assigned with:
    1. One veteran Sherpa Guide with Nepal Mountaineering Association
      certification and has previously summited Mt. Everest at least 5
      times.
    2. Two High Altitude Sherpa with Nepal Mountaineering
      Association certification and has previously summited Mt. Everest at least 2
      times.
    3. The Sherpa will assist the member during climb and summit
      attempt. They will also carry all food and gear to high camps.
    4. Full Mountain Support
  • Unlimited CE
    certified oxygen cylinders with British Top out mask and regulator during
    climbing and summit attempt.
  • Services of Asian Trekking
    Expedition Doctor and medical consultation services at the Base Camp with the
    Himalayan Rescue Association.
  • All food and fuel for Base Camp
    and higher camps during expedition. Services of cook and kitchen boy at Base
    Camp and Camp 2.
  • 3 days guided acclimatization climb on Mt.
    Lobuche East before Everest climb.
  • High altitude tents for each
    member.
  • Weekly supply of fresh vegetables, meat and fruits to
    Base Camp from Kathmandu Common climbing equipment (necessary rope, ice bars,
    ice screws, etc.)
  • Porterage of member’s personal climbing
    equipment Kathmandu-Lukla-Base Camp-Kathmandu.
  • Unlimited Wi-Fi
    Internet at base camp.
  • Solar panels, batteries and generator
    with fuels at Base Camp for light and charging mobile phones, digital cameras
    and laptop.
  • Hotel accommodation for 8 nights in 5-star hotel in
    Kathmandu before or after the expedition.
  • Welcome group dinner
    in Kathmandu with chairman/founder of Asian Trekking, Past President of Nepal
    Mountaineering Association and Honorary member of UIAA (International Climbing
    and Mountaineering Federation), Mr. Ang Tshering Sherpa and CEO of Asian
    Trekking Dawa Steven Sherpa.
  • Restop toilet bags for all members
    and Sherpas to bring human waste off the mountain.
  • Airport-hotel-airport transfers.

If Needed/On
Request

  • Spacious high wall personal tent at Base
    Camp with wooden platform and carpets. Each tent is equipped with personal
    solar powered lights, mattress, pillow, working table with chair, folding
    cabinet, satellite television and personal heater.
  • International
    Federation of Mountain Guide Associations (IFMGA/ UIAGM) accredited guide to
    lead the team.
  • Helicopter flight Kathmandu/Lukla/Namche/
    EBC/Kathmandu.
  • Private kitchen with professional and trained
    5-star hotel cook to cater to the client’s taste.
  • Photography
    and video filming service during the expedition.
  • Satellite
    Internet at Camp 2
  • Personal base camp dining tent, equipped with
    wooden platform, padded insulation floor and carpet and one LED television set
    with DTH connection.
  • Clean and spacious Private toilet and
    shower tent and much more…

Good To
Know

Asian Trekking is a Nepali expedition operating company
established 36 years ago. According to Paragraph 26 of the Tourism Act
(2035), no foreign expedition teams or companies are allowed to
provide expedition services in Nepal directly and any foreign company must
work through a Nepali company
 licensed by the Ministry of
Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Government of Nepal. As such, Nepali
companies are the ones that provide all the legal, administrative, logistical,
guiding and support services in Nepal, while also being legally responsible
for the safe and responsible conduct of the expeditions. Booking
through foreign expedition companies naturally makes the cost to the customer
higher due to the extra layer of administration and profit margins, without
necessarily adding any extra value.

 

Detailed itinerary

1

Day 1
Arrival in Kathmandu

Arrival in Kathmandu. Transfer to your hotel.

2

Day 2
Kathmandu

Kathmandu.

3

Day 3
Kathmandu

Kathmandu.

4

Day 4
Fly to Bhadrapur

Fly to Bhadrapur. Further drive to Phidim.

5

Day 5
Drive to Khangdim

Drive from Phidim to Khangdim.

6

Day 6
Trek Khangdim to Khebang

Trek Khangdim to Khebang (1915m)

7

Day 7
Trek Khebang to Yamphudin

Trek Khebang (1915m) to Yamphudin (2080m)

8

Day 8
Trek Yamphudin to Tortong

Trek Yamphudin (2080m) to Tortong ( 2995m)

9

Day 9
Rest Day

Rest Day.

10

Day 10
Trek Tortong to Tseram

Trek Tortong (2995m) to Tseram (3870m)

11

Day 11
Rest Day

Rest Day.

12

Day 12
Trek Tseram to Ranche

Trek Tseram (3870m) to Ranche (4450m)

13

Day 13
Rest Day

Rest Day.

14

Day 14
Trek Ramche to Middle Camp

Trek Ramche (4450m) to Middle Camp

15

Day 15
Trek Middle Camp

Trek Middle Camp to Kanchanjunga Base camp (5475m)

16

Day 16-56
Climbing Period Mt. Kanchenjunga.

Climbing Period Mt. Kanchenjunga.

57

Day 57
Trek Back Ramche

Trek Back Ramche.

58

Day 58
Trek Back Tortang

Trek Back Tortang.

59

Day 59
Trek Back Yamphudim

Trek Back Yamphudim.

60

Day 60
Trek Back Khebanh

Trek Back Khebanh.

61

Day 61
Trek Back Khagdim

Trek Back Khagdim.

62

Day 62
Drive back to Bhadrapur

Drive back to Bhadrapur.

63

Day 63
Drive to Kathmandu

Drive to Kathmandu or Fly to Kathmandu.

64

Day 64
Kathmandu

Drive to Kathmandu or Fly to Kathmandu.

65

Day 65
Departure

Departure.

Fitness/Ability Requirement
Fitness/Ability Requirement

To join this expedition

  • You must be proficient in climbing in all weather conditions with some experience on snow and ice.
  • You must be able to climb with an alpine pack on your back.
  • Experience with high-altitude conditions and camping is ideal.
  • Previous climbing experience with ascents of 7000 metre peaks strongly advised.
  • You must be in excellent physical condition, having prepared for this expedition for at least half a year prior to the expedition with a rigorous training regimen.

For more information about required levels of fitness, please contact us to discuss further. This is the most important thing you can do to prepare for your expedition and key to your safe success!

Fixed Departures
Start Dates End Dates Group Size Remarks Availability Trip Enquiry
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