Accommodation: Hotel accommodation + Camping
Transportation: Chamje drive back to Kathmandu
Best Season: Autumn and Spring.
Maximum Altitude: 7126 m
Duration: 35 days
Trip Grade: Challenging.
Himlung Expedition (7126m) only opened for mountaineers in 1992, Mount Himlung has been luring a lot of mountaineers recently. Since its early permit, only three expeditions have ascended the Himlung so far. Located between Manaslu and Annapurna ranges, the expedition to Mount Himlung takes you through remote corner of Nepal and Tibet border. Walking through the interesting Tibetan villages of Nar and Phu, the base camp is set up at 4900 meters. Normally, only three camps are settled to reach the summit; Camp I at 5450 m, Camp II at 6000 m and Camp III at 6350 m.
However, before setting you up for an expedition to Mount Himlung, it’s important for us to gain a full understanding of your body's response to altitude and help you gain experience with Himalayan conditions. That’s why we highly recommend you to join our preparatory programs of mountaineering, which is conducted in other mountains a bit easier to attempt.
If you have any confusion or questions on the expedition, then please feel free to contact us for more details. Our team of mountaineering experts will try the level best to discuss your queries.
Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu & transfer to Hotel
Day 02: Preparing expedition
Day 03: Expedition briefing in Ministry of tourism
Day 04: Drive Kathmandu – Besi sahar – Chamche – lodge
Day 05: Syange – Tal - Lodge
Day 06: Tal – Koto – Lodge
Day 07: Koto – Daramsala – camping
Day 08: Daramsala – Phu Khola – camping
Day 09: Phu Khola – Phugaun – Camping
Day 10: Phugaun – Himlung Base camp-camping
Day 11-27: Climbing Period of mount Himlung
Day 28: Preparation for depart
Day 29: Base Camp – Phugaun
Day 30: Phu Khola - Dharmasal
Day 31: Daramsala – Koto
Day 32: Koto – Tal
Day 33: Tal – Chamche & drive to Kathmandu
Day 34: Free day in Kathmandu for shopping
Day 35: Final Departure to the Airport