Hiuchuli (6441m.) Peak Climbing Nepaloffered by supplier M16846 (read about supplier)
Tour Duration: 21 - 25 day(s)
Group Size: 1 - 20 people
Specialty Categories: Mountain/Rock Climbing Hiking & Trekking
Season: April - November
Airfare Included: No
Tour Customizable: Yes
Minimum Per Person Price: 2089 US Dollar (USD)
Maximum Per Person Price: 2199 US Dollar (USD)
From the south, Huinchuli has few weaknesses in its defenses. A precipitous south wall rises above the untracked Chomrong Khola, seemingly menaced by snow avalanches from the slabby, ice-veined buttresses above. The eastern flank from afar appears the most approach- able; however, once beyond Kuldi Ghar, it seems far less so. Out of sight, the mountain remains an unknown quantity approached by only a few, through steep and dense bamboo forest, menaced by unseen avalanche danger from hanging glaciers above. From the north the mountain rises steeply above the moraines of the Annapurna South Glacier in a series of slabby buttresses and an ill-defined and complicated North Ridge. These in turn lead to a final triangle of fluted ice that form the summit. The summit is bounded on the east by a ridge that rises in an icy parabola from a small Col, from which a steep colors descends towards the moraines above the lodges at base camp. This is a feasible looking route, and is as yet unclimbed. The mountain’s western arm is the ridge connecting it with Annapurna South, and forming from the north an icy wall. It is this wall that has provided the key to new things.
Hiunchuli was first summited by an American Peace Corps Expedition under the leadership of Craig Anderson in October 1971. Although it is easy to reach the mountain and the popularity of the Annapurna Sanctuary with trekkers and climbers, the actual ascent of Hinuchuli is considered one of the most difficult among the trekking peaks. South-East Face Route: The route to base camp starts from Hinko Cave on the Annapurna Sanctuary trail. After establishing the first camp somewhere above the valley floor a further 2 camps are necessary to make it to the top. Although not technically extreme this route is exposed to rock fall dangers and is a complicated route-finding experience. North-West Face Route: The ascent by the North-West Face has been attempted only by a very few climbers and not always successfully. The exact route is not well known. The approach is from the Annapurna Base Camp in the Sanctuary and a further 2 camps may be necessary to complete this not so well known ascent.
Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to hotel. Includes: (A).
Day 2: Free day or sightseeing around Kathmandu valley. Includes: (A), (B).
Day 3: Drive to Pokhara (850m). Hotel. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).
Day 4: Drive to Birethanti, - Tirkhedhunga (1577m). Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).
Day 5: Tirkhedhunga - Ghorepani (2855m). Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).
Day 6: Sunrise from Poon Hill - Tadapani (2595m). Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).
Day 7: Tadapani- Chhomrong (1950m). Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).
Day 8: Chomrong - Dovan (2720m). Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).
Day 9: Dovan - Machhapuchhre base camp (3700m). Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).
Day 10: Acclimatization day; Trek to Annapurna. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).
Day 11: Acclimatization day - Trek to Hinko Cave. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).
Day 12: Hike to base camp (4100m). Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).
Day 13: Climb to high camp (4900m). Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).
Day 14: Higher Camp (5500m). Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).
Day 15: Climb to summit (6441m) and back to base camp. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).
Day 16: Base camp - Dovan (2720). Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).
Day 17: Dovan - Jhinu Danda (1600m). Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).
Day 18: Jhinu to Tolkha (1700m). Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).
Day 19: Tolkha - Dhampus Phedi drive to Pokhara. Includes: (A), (B), (L), (D).
Day 20: Drive to Kathmandu (1350m). Includes: (A), (B).
Day 21: Free day or shopping. Includes: (A), (B).
Day 22: Drive to Airport for flying your own destination. Includes: (B).
Note: Abbreviation: A = Accommodation, B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner.
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Airfare is not included in the tour price.
- Airport pick up & drop
- Peak climbing guide
- Trek guide & ast guide
- Cook, ast cook, other trek crews & porters
- Insurance, lodging, food & allowance to your trek crews
- Tent & mattress
- All meals as per itinerary
- Land transportation as per itinerary
- Room in cities as per itinerary
- Trek permit, national park fee & peak permit fee
- Domestic flight ticket as per itinerary.
- International airfares & war insurance
- The cost of personal items like laundry & all kind of soft & hard drinks
- Optional excursions
- Cost of visas, insurance charges & passports where is necessary
- Gratuities for services provided on a personal basis
- The single supplement payable on all bookings where only one person is traveling
- All others except committed to provide in ‘cost included’ section above.
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Eco-friendly adventure holiday leaders and leading climate justice research group to Nepal Himalayas. Krishna, the team leader of M16846 is also right to life related climate justice advocate. He is dedicating in this sectors researching and advocating climate justice. From 2006, he is advocating basic rights for...