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Baruntse Climbing Expedition

Baruntse mountain lies between Everest and Makalu. This 7,129M peak was ascended by Colin Todd and Geoff Harrow on 30 May, 1954 for the first time, since then numerous climbers from all over the world has ascended the peak. Experience Himalayan expedition trip to Baruntse; sometimes known as Barunche Climbing. Baruntse Expedition is known for one of the easiest non-technical climbing over 7000 meters (7,129M / 23,390FT). Baruntse is one of the popular expedition options in Nepalese Himalayas. Baruntse Peak is situated in remote area of Khumbu region; the gateway to Everest Himalayas. Baruntse Peak is surrounded by some of the highest Himalayan peaks of the region thus the summit of Baruntse (Barunche) offers spectacular views of towering Himalayas which includes top of the world; Everest, Makalu and Lhotse. Whether you have previous climbing experiences or only aspirations to conquer a Himalayan peak, we will offer you great itinerary, support from starting to end and amazing staffs to make your dream come true. Himalayan Leisure, Inc. will be glad to offer private or group joining expedition trip to Baruntse based on your requirements. For the safety of the climbing, Baruntse expedition is more preferred in Spring season however several climbers have ascended the peak in Autumn season as well. Himalayan Leisure, Inc. is glad to provide tailor-made itinerary for Baruntse Expedition when required.

Day to Day Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel (1310M or 4,297FT)

Day 02 / 03: Expedition Preparation and Briefing at Ministry of Tourism

Day 04: Fly to Lukla (2,840M / 30 minutes), trek to Monjo (2,840M) or Jorsalle (2,820M / 4 - 5 Hours)

Day 05: Short Trekking to Namche Bazaar (3,440M / 3 - 4 Hours)

Day 06: Rest and acclimatization day in Namche Bazaar (3,440M), option visit to Khumjung and Khunde

Day 07: Trek to Tengboche Monastery (3,860M / 6 Hours)

Day 08: Trek to Dingboche village (4,410M / 5 - 6 Hours)

Day 09: Rest and acclimatization day in Dingboche (4,410M)

Day 09: Trek to the village of Chukhung (4,730M / 15,518FT)

Day 10: Walk to Amphu Labtsa High Camp (5,213M / 17,100FT)

Day 11: Rest and acclimatization in Amphu Labtsa High Camp

Day 12: Cross the Amphu Labtsa Pass (5,779M / 18,958FT), descend to Panch Pokhari and camp (5,274M / 17,300FT)

Day 13: Walk to Baruntse base camp (5,300M / 17,400FT)

Day 14: Walk to Baruntse Advanced Basecamp at 5,800M / 19,000FT, return to Baruntse base camp

Day 15: Climb to camp 1 (6120M / 20,100FT)

Day 16: Short climb to camp 2 at 6400M / 21,000FT, return to Baruntse basecamp

Day 17: Rest in Baruntse Basecamp

Day 18: Climb to camp 1 (6120M / 20,100FT)

Day 19: Climb to camp 2 at 6400M / 21,000FT)

Day 20: Summit attempt (7129M / 23,390FT)

Day 21: Extra day for summit attempt, return to basecamp, resting

Day 22: Extra day for summit attempt, return to basecamp, Pack and prepare to depart base camp

Day 23: Pack and depart basecamp; walk down the Hongu Valley to Kongma Dingma at (4540M / 14,850FT)

Day 24: Cross Mera La Pass at (5,300M / 17,400FT), descend to Tagnag at (4,300M / 14,100FT)

Day 25: Walk to Chetra Village at (4,200M / 13,800FT)

Day 63: Trek to Lukla, final night in Himalayas (2,840M / 6 - 7 Hours)

Day 64: Fly to Kathmandu in the morning, transfer to Hotel (1,310M / 30 minutes flight)

Day 65: Rest and buffer day in Kathmandu (1,310M)

Day 66: Second day of buffer in Kathmandu (1,310M)

Day 67: Departure or extend your trip

We wish you had memorable adventure with Himalayan Leisure, Inc.!