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Pharchamo Peak Climbing 23 Days 6187m.

The Nepal Mountaineering Association call this peak Parchemuche, a name by which, as far as I can find out, no one else knows it! The peak, which lies due south of the Tesi Lapcha, is unnamed on the Schnider Rolwaling Himal map, but is given a spot height of (6273m/20581ft). The Mandala Lamasangu to9 Everest map calls the peak Parchome, which is quite possibly a spelling mistake. Bath Shipton’s and Gregory’s expedition surveys gave the peal an altitude close to 6318metres(20700ft).

Seen from the pass the mountain is an attractive but straightforward snow peak with a well defined north by north-west ridge rising from the relatively flat, crevassed glacier astride the Tesi Lapche. To the west of the ridge the face forms a uniform snow slope broken by crevasses and small seracs rising from the rocky lower buttresses above the Drolambau Glacier. The mountain had an interesting early history, some of which was outlined in 1955 by Dennis Davis and Phil Boultgee, members of the highly successful Merseyside Himalayan Expedition led by Alf Gregory. As well as climbing nineteen summits in and around the Rolwaling Valley, their explorations took them to the head of the Drolambau, where numerous peaks were climbed, up the Ripimu Glacier and into the Menlung Basin via the Ripimu La. This was the most extensive exploration of the area first entered by Shipton that there has been, using a style of expedition, light weight and free ranging, that alas is no longer possible within the kingdom of Nepal.

Total Days :
23 Days
Difficulty :
IV
Maximum Altitude :
6187m.

Outline Itinerary of Pharchamo Peak Climbing
DAY 01 : Drive to Barhabise (80 Km east from Kathmandu) O/N camp at Suna Khari-1600m (2 hr)
DAY 02 : Trek to Dolangsa-2600m (6 hr)
DAY 03 : Trek to Bigu Gompa-2600m (6-7 hr)
DAY 04 : Trek to Laduk-2000m (7 hr)
DAY 05 : Trek to Jagat-1250m (6-7 hr)
DAY 06 : Trek to Sime Gaon-2600m (6 hr)
DAY 07 : Trek to Dongma Gaon-3600m (6-7 hr)
DAY 08 : Trek to Beding-3600m (6 hr)
DAY 09 : Trek to Nagaon-3700m (6-7 hr)
DAY 10 : Rest day at Nagaon
DAY 11 : Trek to Yalung-Ri Base Camp-4200m (4-5 hr)
DAY 12 : Climb Yalung Ri-5630m and return trek to Nagaon
DAY 13 : Trek to Glacier Kharka-4750m (5-6 hr)
DAY 14 : Trek to Tolumba-5036m (5 hr)
DAY 15 : Trek to Tashilapcha-5739m (6-7 hr)
DAY 16 : Climb to Pharchamo Peak-6273m and return trek to Tashilapcha
DAY 17 : Trek to Thanpo-4320m (6 hr)
DAY 18 : Trek to Thame-3900m (6-7 hr)
DAY 19 : Trek to Namche Bazar-3440m (4 hr)
DAY 20 : Rest day at Namche
DAY 21 : Trek to Phakding-2600m (6 hr)
DAY 22 : Trek ends at Lukla-2865m (3 hr)
DAY 23 : Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu

Service Includes

  • Standard Hotel accommodation on BB Basis,
  • Essential permit, fees and climbing permit,
  • Ground & air Transportation on Trek
  • Sight seeing and Airport Transfers
  • Camping Equipment: Trekking tents, Dining tent, Kitchen Tent, Toilet Tent, Table and chairs, Mattresses during the trekking & Peak climbing period
  • Food: Food for trekking & Peak climbing (Breakfast, lunch, dinner)
  • Staff: 1 Base Camp Guide, 1 Cook, 1 Kitchen, 1 climbing guide & necessary porters

Service Exclude

  • Personal equipment for climbing & trekking
  • Travel insurance, evacuation and rescue flight
  • Sleeping bag
  • Personal nature of expenses
  • Tipping (Tips)
  • Bar bills & beverage
For More Information & Details Itinerary, you can ask one of our team member for help.
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