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(7129 m / 23389 ft)

Mount Baruntse

35 Days

Difficulty Level



$7700 per person


Mount Baruntse is popular among adventurers as it is one of the most accessible mountain peaks in Nepal, under the 7000 m category, flanked by Hunku glacier on the south and Barun glacier on the east. Baruntse is located between Mount Everest, Lhotse and Makalu. Did you know that Mt.Baruntse saw its first expedition in 1954 by Colin Todd, Geoff Harrow. A major part of the expeditions to Baruntse peak take place from the south-eastern side. If you intend to climb Baruntse, then you can be assured that there won’t be many mountaineers on the way, since this mountain is one of the remote peaks.It would be beneficial if climbers have previous experience of mountaineering so that the expedition becomes a little easier.

  • 01
    DAY 1

    Arrival in Kathmandu & you will be transferred to the hotel.

  • 02
    DAY 2

    After breakfast, we will prepare our gear and later explore the city.

  • 03
    DAY 3

    Briefing by tourism Department

  • 04
    DAY 4

    After breakfast , we will fly to Lukla (2860 m / 9383 ft) , which takes 30 minutes. and then trek to Chutanga (3450m / 11318 ft.). Camp for the night at Chutanga.

  • 05
    DAY 5

    We will trek from Chutanga Zatra La -Thuli Kharka, covering a distance of 5 km, in 4 hours.

  • 06
    DAY 6

    Trek from Chatrarbu (Thuli Kharka) – Kothe, that takes us through a beautiful array of pine and bamboo trees.This trek takes 6 hours. Rest for the night in Kothe.

  • 07
    DAY 7

    After breakfast, we will trek from Kothe (4095 m / 13430 ft ) – Thangnak (4355m / 14290 ft), which will take 4-5 hours. Lunch follows. Once in Thangnak, we will rest in the camp for the night.

  • 08
    DAY 8

    We will embark on this trek from Thangnak – Khare (5000 m /16400 ft ) village after breakfast. This trek takes about 5 hours. We will rest at Khare.

  • 09
    DAY 9

    Trek Khare – Mera base camp (5300 m / 17388 ft) in about 4 hours. We will have lunch and later rest for the day at Mera base camp.

  • 10
    DAY 10

    After breakfast, we will start early from Mera base camp to Seto Pokhari (5000 m / 16400 ft). We will have lunch and rest in camp accommodation for the night.

  • 11
    DAY 11

    After a leisure breakfast, we will commence our trek from Seto-Pokhari to Baruntse base camp (5400m / 17716 ft.), that takes 6 hours.We rest for the night early in the accommodation after dinner.

  • 12
    DAY 12-28

    This will be our climbing window

  • 29
    DAY 29

    From Baruntse base camp we head back to Seto Pokhari and rest for the night.

  • 30
    DAY 30

    After breakfast, from Seto Pokhari / Mera camp , we trek to Khare which takes 6-7 hours. We shall be breaking for lunch and spending the night in the accommodation.

  • 31
    DAY 31

    Trek From Khare to Kothe village which takes 5 hours. Rest and spend the night in Kothe.

  • 32
    DAY 32

    After breakfast, we start the early trek from Kothey to Chutanga which takes 8 hours. Lunch and dinner is included.

  • 33
    DAY 33

    We will start the day by making our way from Chutanga to Lukla and spend the day / night in Lukla.

  • 34
    DAY 34

    It’s time to fly from Lukla to Kathmandu, which is 30-45 minutes flying time.

  • 35
    DAY 35

    Transfer to Kathmandu airport for your flight back home.

  • Peak permit
  • Liaison officer fees
  • Hotel charge at Kathmandu
  • Arrival and departure( transport)
  • Kathmandu to Lukla and Lukla to Kathmandu air ticket
  • Lodging and food from Lukla to Ama Dablam base camp
  • Base camp food
  • Porter charge (Lukla – base camp and base camp-Lukla)
  • Base camp tent
  • High camp tent
  • Kitchen tent and dining tent
  • Kitchen equipment
  • Fixed rope and snow bar, ice crew, rock pick tong
  • Sherpa ( climbing guides)
  • Cook, cook boy(helpers)
  • National park fees
  • International airfare from your home country to Kathmandu & vice-versa, visa and insurance.
  • Emergency evacuation & hospitalisation
  • Covid-19 tests and quarantines if any
  • Personal expenses such as food, beverages and shopping
  • Hotel upgrades
  • Delays due to unpredictable circumstances.
  • Extra night stay in Kathmandu
  • Base layers that include synthetic shirts (x3 pairs), long sleeve shirts and long pants.
  • Soft shell jacket & soft shell pants that are breathable.
  • Lightweight nylon pants (x2 pairs).
  • Waterproof and breathable hardshell jacket with hood.
  • Hardshell pants
  • Insulated pants
  • Liner gloves, synthetic gloves, leather gloves
  • Snow goggles, sunglasses, hat/cap, lip balm and sunscreen lotion.
  • Neck buff and ear plugs
  • Wool and synthetic socks (extra pairs is suggested)
  • Mountaineering boots and camping boots
  • A 75 litre backpack
  • Inflatable sleeping bag
  • Trekking poles, ice axe, crampons, safety carabiners, ropes, mountaineering harness, carabiners (2 regular and 4 locking)
  • Helmet and headlamp with extra pair of batteries, universal travel charger for smartphones and laptops.
  • Toothbrush, tooth paste, moisturiser and face wash.
  • One large duffle bag and one small duffle bag and extra pair of clothes for city excursion.
  • Notebook, pen and pencil.
Dates March 24 - April 27,2023
May 5 - June 8, 2023
September 1 - October 5, 2023
October 12 - November 15, 2023
Cost 7700 USD per person
Deposit Amount 2310 USD
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