• Country: Nepal
  • Duration: 18 Days
  • Region: Annapurna Region
  • Max Altitude: 6,045 meters / 19,833 feet
  • Group Size: 4 to 6 People
  • Grade: Moderate
  • Meals: Dinners in Kathmandu, All meals in the Trek
  • Accommodation: Tibet International / Hotel Yak & Yeti / Glacier Hotel, Lodges and Tent
  • Prime Activity: Mountaineering
  • Minor Activity: Culture and Trekking
Trip Price:
USD 5,490 per person
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Highlights of Trip

  • Visit of the UNESCO World Heritage sites Kathmandu
  • High standard hotels in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • A panoramic climb to a 6000-meter summit in a remote area of Nepal
  • Fabulous views on several Himalayan giants: Manaslu, Dhaulagiri, the Annapurna range and much more
  • Crossing of the famous above 5000 meters Thorang Pass 
  • Domestic flights above the impressive Annapurna range with stunning view on the Machapuchare "Fishtail" from Jomson to Pokhara, and Kathmandu
  • The importance placed on high-quality organization, staff, equipment and services to a small group of trekkers-climbers.

Trip Overview

Chulu Far East, the hidden peak in the Annapurna Region

Chulu Far East  is in the Annapurna region. It is one of Nepal’s premier trekking destinations. With its stunning panoramic views of some of the famous highest summits of the Himalaya. Some are Manaslu, Annapurna I, Dhaulagiri, Gangapurna and the holy Machapuchare .

WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS proposes a unique itinerary for its Chulu Far East climbing, away from the traditional Annapurna circuit to discover the authentic culture of the traditional Manangba, Thakali and Gurung communities with their medieval stonewalled villages in the middle of a rich flora and an admirable fauna.

Tour Route

Chulu Far East Trip starts by driving to the small village of Syange and ascending the Marsyangdi Valley through an incredible variety of landscapes and cultures.  Then again at Pisang, we leave the main trail and head off towards the Chulu Far East Massif. Raising above the Marsyangdi River, it is an area where impressive glacial moraines form fantastic rock pillars. At that time of the trekking, we are well acclimatization for the ascent of Chulu Far East.  In addition, WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS’ competent Sherpa guides guides the Chulu Far East.

From the summits,  Manaslu over Mustang to the Tibetan plateau rewards our effort with magnificent views . On our way back to Manang, we follow the unique path to discover the surprising and beautiful Tilicho Lake.

Finally our Trek crosses the Thorong-La pass at 5416 meters to descend to the pilgrimage town of Muktinath. Finally, the Chulu Far East Trip ends with a spectacular flight down the Kali Gandaki Valley to Pokhara before flying back to Kathmandu. In general provide you with the best views ever.

Trekking especially in  Himalaya provide some health benefits ranging from physical to mental to spiritual.  Correspondingly ,  it is also the best place where we have enough time  rejuvenate our life. Beside personal benefits, it contributes to helping the local economy by visiting the areas that are mercilessly affected by the April 2015 Earthquake.

Finally Wild Yak Expedition  Team is privileged to welcome you in the Himalaya. We  organize small groups with high-quality services. Which are flexibility, contentment, good ambiance and precious exchanges of cultures with our local Team.

Map of Trip

Chulu Far East : Peak Climbing

Altitude Chart of Trip

Chulu Far East : Peak Climbing

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 :
Arrival in Kathmandu / Transfer to Hotel Tibet International
Day 2 :
Guided sightseeing of the UNESCO Heritage sites of Kathmandu / Hotel Tibet International
Day 3 :
Drive to Bhulbule (840m) via Besisahar, 8-9 hrs / Lodge
Day 4 :
Bhulbule to Jagat (1300m), 5-6 hrs / Lodge
Day 5 :
Jagat to Dharapani (1860m), 4-5 hrs / Lodge
Day 6 :
Dharapani to Chame (2670m), 5 hrs / Lodge
Day 7 :
Chame to Pisang (3300m), 5 hrs / Lodge
Day 8 :
Pisang to Ngawal (3657m), 4-5 hrs / Lodge
Day 9 :
Ngawal to Yak Kharka (4200m), 3-4 hrs / Tent
Day 10 :
Yak Kharka to Chulu BC (4700m), 4-5 hrs / Tent
Day 11 :
Chulu BC to High Camp, 2-3 hrs / Tent
Day 12 :
Summit (6045m) and back to Manang (3540m), 9-10 hrs / Tent
Day 13 :
Manang to Ledar (4200m), 4-5 hrs / Lodge
Day 14 :
Ledar to High Phedi (4450m), 5-6 hrs / Lodge
Day 15 :
High Phedi to Muktinath (3760m) via Thorung La Pass (5416m), 7-8 hrs; Drive to Jomsom (2720m) / Lodge
Day 16 :
Flight from Jomsom to Pokhara (850m), 35 minutes / Transfer to Glacier Hotel
Day 17 :
Flight from Pokhara to Kathmandu (1350m), 45 minutes / Transfer to Hotel Yak & Yeti
Day 18 :
Departure international flight

Date & Price

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Price Includes

WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS’ philosophy is: as much as possible is included in the quoted price so that each participant knows the total costs of his/her Adventure Trip in advance!

  • The organisation of your Journey
  • All airport/hotel transfers in Nepal
  • Accommodation in superior Hotels in Kathmandu on a sharing basis, including breakfasts (3 nights). Note: Additional charges occur for single room (upon request)
  • 1 night in a superior hotel in Pokhara on a sharing basis, including breakfast. Note: Additional charges occur for single room (upon request)
  • Dinners in Kathmandu and Pokhara (4)
  • Guided sightseeing tour in Kathmandu
  • All entry fees to the World Heritage sites in Kathmandu
  • Flight Jomsom -Pokhara - Kathmandu (by airplane), incl. the local taxes
  • Personal climbing material cargo up to 15 kg
  • Accommodation in lodges during the trekking, on a sharing basis
  • All main meals during trekking and climbing period
  • A well-experienced and trained Team: Guide, Sherpa(s) (depending on the number of participants), Kitchen Team for the Chulu Far East Peak, porters/mules, including their salary, insurance, transportation, food and lodging
  • Tented accommodation, on a sharing basis, with all necessary equipment for the climbing period
  • Transportation of the luggage and composite material from Kathmandu, and back
  • All necessary trekking and climbing permits
  • The technical material to secure the mountain and passes, where necessary
  • Travel and rescue arrangement
  • Communication means in case of emergency
  • Oxygen, mask, and regulator in case of emergency
  • Medical first aid kit
  • WYE postcards
  • All government and local taxes
  • Lastly a big Smiley from the WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS Team.

Price Excludes

  • International flight*
  • Excess baggage charges for the domestic flight (see "included")
  • Nepal entry Visa fee
  • Extra night(s) accommodation in Kathmandu or on the way to/from trekking due to early arrival, late departure, early return from the trekking due to any reason which is not related to WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS than the scheduled itinerary
  • Lunches in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • Travel cancellation and rescue insurance
  • Personal trekking and climbing equipment
  • Individual beverages and personal expenses
  • Optional trips and sightseeing, if extended
  • Tips
  • Any other expense that is not included in the quoted price.

*We stay at your disposal for the booking of your international flight: 



WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS is focusing on group sizes of 4 to 6 participants for this Trekking Peak because our experience has found this to be the best way to have a successful trip while providing excellent services. Furthermore, it creates a pleasant ambiance within the group, including an exchange of cultures and traditions with our team and local guides.

Last but not least, WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS focus on small groups permits more flexibility and support to the participants individually.


The success of this Journey depends on both the personal condition of each participant and the experience of our Team. WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS' team carefully selected according to their expertise in the particular environment and individual aptitudes. Our Team is thus highly experienced, skilled, trained, courteous and supportive.

WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS' is proud to support our local staff by providing them with a fair salary, encouraging them to take mountaineering workshops, wilderness first aid training, environmental preservation courses, garbage management, team leadership, and language refreshers on a regular basis.

Our Sherpa Guide is a professional mountaineering Guide with experience in conducting in high altitude around the Himalaya, including first aid training and in-depth knowledge of the local flora, fauna and general environment preservation. He is ensuring your safety and is ensuring that everything is running accordingly to the program. He plays a vital role in taking care of the participants' needs, supervising the staff and assuring the safety requirements and leading the members all the way through the trekking and during the climbing period, providing you with interesting information about the mountains, the culture, and traditions of this part of Nepal. He also makes sure that the rubbish properly managed, and the route is kept clean throughout the whole Trip. He will further help as the interpreter with the local population. Though WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS is in charge of the booking of the majority of the lodges, it is the Guide responsibility to ensure that the lodges are convenient and the food of good quality. WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS will frequently be informed about the progression of the group during the trekking/climbing experience. Guide and assistant guide will secure the necessary technical parts of the peak for climbing and support the group while climbing.

Our assistant Climbing Sherpa: he also has a government license but must work as an assistant guide during some time to become a company approved Guide. He assists the Guide with all the essential duties, ensuring the safety and checking that the performance of the group runs smoothly. Accompanying and supporting the guide during climbing of peak. He is equipped with an emergency first aid kit and walks along with the clients to monitor the group.

Our Kitchen Team: is composed of a cook and kitchen boys (depending the number of participants). Its role is to provide excellent food to the members, by respecting the fundamental principles of hygiene and ensure that the campsite is comfortable. The kitchen boy(s) is/are assisting the cook by cleaning the dishes, getting the water and ensuring that the campground is kept clean. The Cook manages the campsite while the participants are on the mountain.

Our Porters: WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS has its own reliable porters. It is their responsibility to carry your luggage during the trekking with proper handling standards.

WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS is very concerned about the porters. We support and respect the porters' rights and have high standards to make sure that they treated well. We pay them a fair salary, including a bonus and providing them with good food allowances, clothes, shoes, sunglasses and medical insurances.

In some places where the porters are usually replaced by mules, it is the responsibility of the mule driver ("mule man") to ensure that the transportation of material is done in an appropriate manner.


Kathmandu / Pokhara: We stay at high standard Hotels on a sharing basis, including breakfasts. Depending on availability, single rooms can be booked upon request at an additional cost. All dinners served in excellent restaurants in town where you can enjoy various types of cuisine, from the typical Nepali, Thai, and even steaks and Italian meals. Each restaurant has been screen by WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS representatives to ensure that it is of suitable quality for our guests.

Transportation: All transportation in Kathmandu are by private vehicles. Flights to and from Pokhara, are by two engines planes of about 70 seats.

During Trekking: We stay in the lodges (small traditional mountain guesthouse) that are recommended by WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS as per defined itinerary destination and program. Please be aware that single rooms are not available. Though there are blankets available at the lodges, we recommend bringing your sleeping bag. Showers are available at the majority of the lodges. Please note that majority of the toilets are common in the lodges, except in few of them where we provide you with attached rooms (if available), in particular at Manang and Jomsom in order to fully enjoy your rest days with a shower.

Many lodges serve a variety of cuisines such as Continental, Indian, Tibetan and local cooking. Please note that the beverages are on each participant's charge, except the coffee and the selection of teas that served for breakfast and in the afternoon upon your arrival, as well as some special snacks provided by WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS. Lunch packages are also available some specific days.

Base Camp: According to the present program, we settle campsites for the Chulu Far East Peak, installing dining and kitchen tent and enjoy the meals prepared by our Kitchen Team. Sleeping tents are provided on a sharing basis with a single mattress individually.

To make your stay comfortable in the campsites, WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS offers the lightening for the dining and kitchen tents and solar batteries charging facilities.


Your safety is of supreme concern while traveling with WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS. In the case of emergency, the group has a four (4)-litre oxygen bottle with a mask and regulator, along with a first aid kit and a 24-hour medical assistance by a high altitude medical team of doctors.

Our Sherpa Guide is also outfitted with communication means, only to be use in emergencies. WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS also works with the national helicopter rescue airlines.

To minimize risks, in particular during the crossing of the higher passes and the climbing period of the Peak, weather forecasts are provided to the Guide on a regular basis and the route will be secured by our Sherpa Team by using the necessary technical gear or fixing the rope and assisting the Group of participants all the way to the summit and back.

Please note that the above-mentioned itinerary information is purely indicative and can likely to modified during the trekking-climbing by our Guide, who has the authority to make such changes if it is deemed necessary (due to safety concerns, etc.). Every effort will be done to keep to the scheduled itinerary. However, as this is an adventure travel in remote mountain regions and at high altitude, we are not able to fully guarantee it as it is necessary to take into consideration each situation as it occurs and consequently to adapt the program in its best way. Elements such as weather conditions, health conditions of a group member, unexpected natural disasters, among others, can all contribute to changes in the scheduled itinerary.

Our Guide will thus try to ensure that the trekking runs according to the foreseen plan to the benefit of all the participants, but we thank you for being prepared to some flexibility and comprehension if so required.

Please check the degrees of difficulty while choosing a Trip with WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS. The majority of the itineraries proposed in our Programs are in remote areas of the Himalaya and at high altitude, mostly higher than the Alps. A good physical condition is necessary to appreciate the whole richness of this adventure.

Note: Please be aware that for this Journey, the participants must have experience with the handling of crampons and glacier walk.


Pre-training before trek and climb

Trekking is good for everyone! A daily walk in a beautiful landscape with a consumption of significant volumes of water, chatting with local people and understanding the culture, observing your body limits, all combine to make many healthier your body and mind than they ever have been before.

Before your embark for your Peak trekking and climbing, WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS recommends a regular aerobic exercise including some stretching exercises for a couple of hours per week. Ideally, you should concentrate on cardiovascular fitness, building an excellent stamina and undertake a bit of strength training to be more efficient in the mountains. It is worth to go for at least once a week for a 3 to 4-hour hike, which familiarizes already your body to sustain the long-time effort in the Himalaya. The fitter you are, the faster and more easily you will get the trail, acclimatize and enjoy the trekking days.


WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS proposes a simple grading system that gives you a first idea of the difficulties of the Journey for which you might apply and enables you to determine which is the best for you.


A moderate trekking grade takes into account the following factors:

  • An altitude up to 5500 m above sea level
  • An average trail inclination of about 30%-45%; some sections may consist of loose, sandy, gravel ground and boulders
  • An average of 400 to 800-elevation ascent a day (especially when crossing passes)
  • The capacity to walk comfortably on glacier moraines
  • A trail, which may be rough paved, loose dirt, slippery, in landslide area, icy or snowy (in some parts you might be assisted by the guides)
  • The aptitude for walking at least 4-7 hours per day (longer days when crossing the passes 8 to 9 hrs)
  • It requires the following skills from each participant:
  • A good stamina, to be able to walk for several hours at a sustained walking pace in a high altitude environment during several subsequent days
  • You are familiar with assessing obstacles and hazards along the trail, walk confident (depending on the trail conditions, you may need some help in certain sections, especially while crossing the passes)
  • You can carry a small personal backpack up to 4 kg


  • Fitness required good body strength, good stamina, and efficiency at altitude, right mental attitude and prepared to deal with the demanding situations of the high altitude
  • Technical Skill: Basic climbing knowledge should be confident in glacier walking with a crampon, abseiling and ascending devices use, able to walk together in same rope
  • Climbing experience: at least 4000-meter peak climbing expertise in the Alps
  • Strength: Should be able to carry a 3 to 5 kg backpack and climb in the high altitude environment
  • Climbing distance between Camps: 4 to 6hrs
  • Summit distance overall: 9 to 10 hour from last camp and back to camp.
  • No of Higher Camps: 1 camp
  • Degree of objective danger: Low
  • Vertical Sections: less and short sections (25/35 degree)
  • Ice climbing: rarely short sections
  • Mix Ice and Rock Climbing: Rarely some sections, but may use hands to cross some boulder
  • Altitude: 4,500 meters to 6,000 meters elevation

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