At a glance
Climbing Route and High Camps
We establish our Base Camp at 4842m on a grassy land and three high camps are required to attempt the summit.Camp I at 5,619m, CampII at 5,987m and CampIII as the last camp at 6,400m. While our strong team of Sherpa staffs set up various high camps, members have the chance to going up and down for well acclimatization and we attempt summit on a favorable day for everyone. Due to our good strategy and expert logistics support, the success rate to this mountain has been high every year and we use the normal route (west face) to ascent this peak.
- Expert & experienced cook and crews
- Excellent and comfortable camping logistics
- Medical back up Oxygen with mask set throughout the trip
- Trek & Climb to the area without crowds
- Trek in and out via, the world famous trek route “Annapurna Circuit”
- Perfect mountain as pre-Expedition to any 8000m mountains
- Trek into mystical area (Narphu), where still the pure Tibetan cultures and traditional exists
- Climb the 7,000m peak not technically tough challenging, with professional and Everest Summitted Sherpa Guides
After 8 hours drive to Bulbhule via Beshishar, our trek commences from the classic Annapurna circuit route till Dharapani and then leaves towards the route from Koto, then to Tibetan village, Kyang, Phugaon where we spend one day extra for proper acclimatization and local exploration. From the Phugoan, we do a day trek to get into the base camp and we have about 15 days for the establishment of high camps, necessary acclimatization and to attempt the peak. We will take 5 days trek back to Bulbhule from the same way; we went up to the base camp.
Mt. Himlung (7,126m) has been becoming a popular 7,000m peak day by day among the climbers and this mountain is infrequently visited mountain of Nepal. It’s situated between the border of Nepal and Tibet in north of the Annapurna and Manaslu, majestically located above the Tibetan village of Phu in the western region of Nepal that was opened in 1992 by the Nepalese government. Ever since it was opened for trekking/expeditions only few expedition team including Japanese, French and Australian have carried out expedition on this mountain.
Mt. Himlung is not a tough climbing but moderately challenging one. Therefore, if you have gained the following experiences then you are fit to participate on our Himlung expedition. If you are looking forward to climb any 8,000m peak or even Mt.Everest (8,848m), then it would be a right step to test yourself to check how you perform in high altitude. This expedition will be your pre-training before attempting any 8000m peak.
You must be well aware of the mountaineering gears like Crampon, boot, Ice axe, harness etc and if you are used to rock climbing would be plus point. If you have climbed peaks in Europe or any other parts of the world and looking for a challenging climb in the Himalayas, then it’s your prefect choice.