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Mt. Kanchenjunga Expedition (7036m. / 23083ft.)
Kanchenjunga is the third highest mountain in the world (after Mount Everest and K2) with an altitude of 8,586 metres (28,169 feet). Kangchenjunga is the second highest peak in nepal. Kangchenjunga translated means "The Five Treasures of Snows", as it contains five peaks, four of them over 8,450 metres. The treasures represent the five repositories of god, which are gold, silver, gems, grain, and holy books. Kangchenjunga is also called Sewalungma in local Limbu language and considered sacred in Kirant religion. Three of these five peaks (main, central, and south) are on the border of North Sikkim district of Sikkim, and Taplejung District of Nepal, while the other two are completely in Taplejung District. Nepal is home to the Kangchenjunga Conservation Area Project run by the World Wildlife Fund, in association with the Nepal Mountaineering Association and government of Nepal, the sanctuary is also home to the Red Panda and other snow animals, birds and plants.
Until 1852, Kangchenjunga was assumed to be the highest mountain in the world, but calculations made by the British Great Trigonometric Survey in 1849 came to the conclusion that Mount Everest was the highest and Kangchenjunga the third-highest. Kangchenjunga was first climbed on May 25, 1955 by George Band and Joe Brown of a British expedition. The British expedition honoured the beliefs of the Sikkimese, who hold the summit sacred, by stopping a few feet short of the actual summit. Most successful summit parties since then have followed this tradition.
On a clear day, it presents an image not as much of a mountain but of a white wall hanging from the sky. Because of its remote location in Nepal and difficult access from India, the Kangchenjunga region is not much explored by the trekkers. It has, therefore, retained much of its pristine beauty.
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Day 01: Arrival in kathmandu, move to Hotel.
Day 02: One and Half hour drive to Nagarkot. Accommodation in luxury tents for acclimatization.
Day 03: Early morning sunrise view of the mountains. Visit some highest points to observe kathmandu Valley and overnight at camp.
Day 04-05: Drive to Medibung.
Day 06: Trek to Dandagaon. Overnight in Local’s House.
Day 07: Trek to Khewang. Overnight in Local’s House.
Day 08: Trek to Yanphudin. Overnight in Local’s House.
Day 09: Trek to Omje Khola. Overnight in Local’s House.
Day 10: Trek to Torontan.. Overnight in Local’s House.
Day 11: Trek to Tseram. Overnight in Local’s House.
Day 12: Trek to Oktang. Overnight in Local’s House.
Day 13: Trek to Glacier Camp.
Day 14-15: Glacier Camp.
Day 16: Trek to Base Camp.
Day 17-51: Climbing Period.
Day 52: Cleaning up Base Camp.
Day 53: Trek back to Oktang,
Day 54: Trek back to Tseram.
Day 55: Trek back to Torontan.
Day 56: Trek back to Yanphudin.
Day 57: Trek back to Khewang.
Day 58: Trek back to Dandagaon.
Day 59: Trek back to Medibung.
Day 60: Drive back to Kathmandu.
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