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Mt.Cho Oyu Expedition 8,201m. / 26,906ft.
Tibet - Cho Oyu, the world's sixth highest mountain at 8,201m, is located west of Mt. Everest along the Nepali-Tibetan border. A straightforward climb and not technically demanding, an excellent mountain for climbers wanting to scale their first 8,000m peak with out taking much risk.
Our itinerary that begin by driving into Tibet through Kordari, crossing the himalaya through gorges of Bhote Koshi. The drive is simply awesome!! and full of excitement, we'll arrive on the other side of Himalaya from Kathmandu to Nayalam on first day. We'll spend our nights in Nayalam relaxing and hiking the hills for acclimatizing.
From Nayalam, we begin our overland travel across the plateau and high passes. We'll continue on to Tingri (4,300m) through fantastic plateau scenery with a stop at the Buddhist monastery Milrepa built around a sacred cave. Along the last few miles into Tingri, views of Makalu, Everest, Gyan Kung and Cho Oyu remind us why we're here. Tingri itself is made up of old-style mud and stone buildings with an army base at its rear. Tibetan nomads use the town as a base during their stay in this desolate part of the plateau.
After arrival at Chinese Base Camp, we'll rest, acclimatize and make the necessary climb preparations before making our ascent to advanced base camp at 5,700m. We'll cross through steep moraines to establish Camp 1 at 6,400m, which should take around 4 - 6 hours depending on weather conditions and how we're feeling. We'll traverse a ridge and ascend a 50m headwall to Camp 2 at 7,000m - a hard day taking 6 - 7 hours. Our strong Sherpas will fix all ropes as require. We'll establish Camp 3 at 7,500m on the northwest face, and the following day, set up for the summit. Depending on fitness, we'll be moving up and down the mountain several times, acclimatizing and stocking the higher camps.
It will require an extra push to reach the true summit peak on the far end of the high snowfield. Summit day, though long and arduous, will be well worth it when the highest peaks in the world are in view.
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Day 01-02: Arrival Kathmandu (1,340m); Expedition preparations
Day 03: Drive to Kodari; cross border; drive to Nayalam
Day 04 : In Nayalam (3400m), acclimatization
Day 05-06: Drive to Tingri, rest a day for acclimatization
Day 07- 09: Drive to Chinese base camp (4,800m); rest and acclimatization
Day 10-12: Trek to Advanced Base Camp (5,700m)
Day 13 - 35: Climbing period to summit Cho-Oyu
Camp 1, Camp 2, Camp 3, Summit
Day 36: Trek from ABC to Chinese BC
Day 37: Drive to Nayalam
Day 38: Cross border; Drive to Kathmandu
Day 39: Free day & Evening celebration meal
Day 40: International departures to home
* Porters/Yaks to carry equipments and food all the way to BC & back.
* Full board accommodation en-route to/from Base camp.
* One head Climbing guide/Sardar.
* Cook & kitchen boys at BC.
* Experienced & skillful High Altitude Climbing Sherpa (One Sherpa for one Client)
* POISK Oxygen (08 bottles per client & 06 per Sherpa).
* Mask & regulator mask set ( must be return after the Expedition).
* Highly preferable meals at BC with complete hot drink & normal beverages.
* Exported High altitude food for higher camps (ready to eat food).
* Best quality Tents at BC single or twin sharing as per the client desire.
* All necessary kitchen equipment.
* Best quality Dinning tent with enough no of teble & chairs, plus inside the tent, we will set Gas Heaters to make the Dinning hall enough warm.
* Complete carpeting inside the dinning tent.
* Comfortable & portable wooden toilet at the base camp.
* A nice portable wooden shower room with hot water at the base camp.
* High quality high altitude tents for above BC use.
* Necessary climbing hardware gears with fixed ropes.
* Enough EPI (high altitude) gases with burners for higher camps use.
* Oxygen with regulator set for medical purpose.
* Radio walkie-talkie set to each client with base station & permit cost.
* Satellite phone for emergency purpose ($ 4 chargeable for personal call).
* Generator/solar panel with accessories for recharging & power supply purpose.
* Gammov bag for medical purpose.
* Insurance of all local team members.
* All airport/hotel transfers.
* Day tour program around KTM.
* Celebration meal & pre-briefing.
* Expedition blessing Puja arrangement at Katmandu and Base camp.
* Last but most important COMPLETE SET UP INTERM/MIDDLE CAMP with sleeping bags, sleeping mattress, food & drinking stuff & cooking crew.
* Personal insurance ( Suggested to have evacuation policy as well)
* Nepal visa
* Major meals in Kathmandu.
* Personal climbing gears.
* Personal natures expenses.
* Cost of emergency evacuation.
* Summit bonus & Tips.
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