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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.
Mt Shisapangma 8012m was first climbed by H. Ching and Nine Climbers in 1664. it's located in central Himalaya and lies totally inside the Tibet. To the east lies Mt Molamenchen, west Mt Xifeng and Mt Nandengri and to the northwest Mt Kangbochen.
Mt Shishapabgma, "the range above the grassy plain" was first climbed by the Chinese in 1964.
There are three distinct climbing routes on the Southwest face with several other logical possibilities on the West Ridge and East face.
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 to Chinese base camp. After arrival at Chinese Base Camp, we'll rest, acclimatize and make the necessary climb preparations before making our ascent to advanced base camp. The given cost covers services only upto ABC therefore to attempt the summit, you must do necessary preparation by yourself. you cross through steep moraines to establish Camp 1 (6730m), which should take around 4 - 6 hours depending on weather conditions and how you are feeling. Traverse a ridge and ascend a 50m headwall to Camp 2 (7045m) - a hard day taking 6 - 7 hours. you can establish Camp 3 (7400m) on the southwest face, and the following day, set up for the summit. Depending on fitness, you must 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); Necessary expedition preparations
Day 03: Drive to Kodari; cross border & continue drive to Nayalam
Day 04: In Nayalam (3400m), acclimatization
Day 05-06: 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 Shishapangma, 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
- Peak permit fee & travel permit
- Group Chinese visa fee
- 05 nights hotel accommodation in Kathmandu on BB basis
- Chinese custom clearances
- Border transport by private bus/jeep.
- Jeep to & from Base camp
- Hotel accommodation in Tibet en route on full board basis
- Yaks BC-ABC-BC
- Liaison officer & Interpreter
- One head Sardar/Guide
- Cooks and kitchen boys.
- All necessary camping and kitchen gears.
- Private tent at Base camp & ABC with mattress
- Group dinning tent & shower tents
- Storage & communication tent BC/ABC
- Gas heater for heating purpose
- Comfortable wooden toilet tent at BC & toilet tent at ABC
- All meals & drinks at Base camp and ABC
- Walkie-talkie set to each member with radio base & accessories.
- Solar panel or generator for power supply
- Gammov bag & oxygen with mask set for medical purpose
- KTM day tour
- Insurance of local team members
- All airport transport
- Celebration meal in Kathmandu.
- Nepal visa/re-entry visa fees (suggest to obtain double entry visa).
- Climbing Sherpa
- Service above ABC (High tents, high food & climbing gears)
- Personal climbing gears
- Personal natures expenses
- Medical and personal insurance.
- Cost of emergency evacuation
- Oxygen for climbing
- Major meals in Kathmandu.
- Cost of electronic appliances.
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