Chulu Far East
|Max. Altitude||6,045 meters / 19,833 feet|
|Group Size||4 to 6 Participants|
|Price / Person||USD 5490|
|Prime Activity||Peak climbing|
|Minor Activity||Trekking & Culture|
|Accommodation||Tibet International / Hotel Yak & Yeti / Glacier Hotel / Lodges & Tent|
|Meals||Dinners in Kathmandu / All meals during the Trek|
- Visit of the UNESCO World Heritage sites Kathmandu
- High standard hotels in Kathmandu and Pokhara
- Challenge yourself with a climb to a 6000 peak in a remote area of Nepal
- Fabulous views on several Himalayan giants: Manaslu, Dhaulagiri, the Annapurna range and much more
- Crossing of the famous Thorang Pass above 5000 meters
- Domestic flights along the impressive Annapurna range with stunning view on the Machapuchare “Fishtail” from Jomson to Pokhara
- Focus on high-quality services, experienced WILD YAK Team for a small group of 4 to 6 participants only.
Dates & Price
Kyajo Ri 6186 meters / 20,300 feet lies northern of Namche Bazar in the famous Mount Everest Region. Also known as Khumbu Region between the hometown valley of Tenzing Sherpa, Thame, and the busy Gokyo.
6186m / 20,295ft
4* hotels / Lodge / Camps
Per Person Cost
This is a fabulous opportunity to discover with WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS one of the best trips that the Himalaya has to offer: trekking through the world famous Everest region, the land of the Sherpas, with the climb of the 6119-meter Lobuche Peak that rewards your efforts with a fantastic panoramic view of some giants of the Himalaya: Everest, Lhotse, Nupste, Makalu, Pumori, Ama Dablam, and many more.
6,119 meters / 20,076 feet
Hotel Tibet International and Yak & Yeti Hotels / Lodges in Trek
Per Person Cost
What our Guests say
Which summit ? Chulu Far East ? No, didn’t make it, – too headachey, too tired, too content just to bask in the sun and enjoy the view of the… + Read MoreWhich summit ? Chulu Far East ? No, didn’t make it, – too headachey, too tired, too content just to bask in the sun and enjoy the view of the Annapurnas from High Camp, on that cloudless, peerless summit day.But there were so many other high points on this trek: the summit of Mont Blanc, a point at 4810m where we stopped to drink tea on our way up to the Kang La Pass. The pass itself, 5300m, where the clouds parted to reveal the stunning mountainscape and the valley so far below. Tilicho Lake, improbable bright blue underneath the dark blue sky, with the white mountains marching down one shore. The Annapurnas, our constant companions for ten days, blinding white and too high to comprehend, too beautiful, drawing the eye irresistibly. And the amazing granite cliffs of the Nar Valley, that would make any climber’s fingers itch to climb, with the river thundering below.So many ‘peak happiness’ moments… Like Sarah and Seb’s magnificent grins when they got back to High Camp from their successful summit attempt. Our guide Nima’s gleeful laugh when he won at cards (he did sometimes). The old lady who sold us apples from her garden, and threw in some carrots and a beetroot, for luck. Our ever-patient, tireless porters, freed from their loads for once on the hike up to Tilicho Lake, darting around like children at playtime.And when it began to rain in the last days of the trek, when all of us were tired, soaking wet and cold, we were struggling together in the mud, wading through waterfalls, clambering over half-washed-out bridges, helping each other over unstable landslides… and discovering what we’re really capable of.So which summit was that again ?Thanks to WILD YAK for such an unforgettable trip!
A trip with WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS allows you to access the heart of Nepal in all its cultural richness and profound natural beauty. Andrea and Norbu have lived the experience… + Read More
A trip with WILD YAK EXPEDITIONS allows you to access the heart of Nepal in all its cultural richness and profound natural beauty. Andrea and Norbu have lived the experience and use their immense local knowledge to create a unique, authentic tour, the memories of which will live on long after your plane touches back down on home ground.