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Baruntse Expedition (7129m) - 38 Days

Baruntse Expedition (7129m), 38 Days

Plan your Baruntse Expedition from Nepal with AlpineTrav Treks one of the best
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Height: 7,129 m
Location: Between Lhotse and Makalu at the epicenter of three glacier valleys including Barun, Imja and Hunku Nepal


Mt.Baruntse is one of the most stunning mountains crowned by four peaks and bounded on the south by the Hunku Glacier, on the east by the Barun Glacier, and on the northwest by the Imja Glacier. It lies at 7,000m with a high rate of success of ascent on normal route in the Eastern Nepal. The ascent to the peak follows the Mera Peak trek up to Mera La and then to Baruntse base camp (5,250m). In whole this peak stands majestically surrounded by some of the world’s 39; s highest mountains such as Everest, Lhotse and Makalu to the north and on the other side.


Outline Itinerary for Baruntse Expedition – 38 Days

Day 01 : Arrival Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel
Day 02-3 : Preparation for expedition
Day 04 : Fly to Lukla (2800M) trek to Chutanga (3100m)
Day 05: Trek to Chatrarbu (Thuli Khark)
Day 06 : Trek to Kothey (3090m)
Day 07 : Trek to Thangnak (4355m)
Day 08 : Trek to Khare, Lodge
Day 09 : Trek to Mera BC, Camp
Day 10 : Trek to Seto Pokhari, Camp
Day 11 : Trek to Baruntse BC (5400m), Camp
Day 12-30: Climbing period of Mt. Baruntse (7,129m)
Day 31 : Trek back to Setopokhari, Camp
Day 32 : Trek to Mera La – Khare, Lodge
Day 33 : Trek to Kothey, Lodge
Day 34 : Trek to Chutanga, Lodge
Day 35 : Trek to Lukla, Lodge
Day 36 : Fly back to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel
Day 37 : Free Day in Kathmandu, Hotel
Day 38 : Final Departure


Note: AlpineTrav Treks and Expeditions always puts full efforts to operate the itinerary as per the negotiation made. Not always, but extreme adventure activities being operated in remote mountain regions, bears high risk and needs to be flexible. Unpredictable incidents such as bad weather conditions, natural disasters, and accidents may be the reasons that compel us to make slight changes in our scheduled programs. We anticipate for your patience and cooperation in such circumstances.

Itinerary

Day 1

Day 01 : Arrival Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel
Day 02-3 : Preparation for expedition
Day 04 : Fly to Lukla (2800M) trek to Chutanga (3100m)
Day 05: Trek to Chatrarbu (Thuli Khark)
Day 06 : Trek to Kothey (3090m)
Day 07 : Trek to Thangnak (4355m)
Day 08 : Trek to Khare, Lodge
Day 09 : Trek to Mera BC, Camp
Day 10 : Trek to Seto Pokhari, Camp
Day 11 : Trek to Baruntse BC (5400m), Camp
Day 12-30: Climbing period of Mt. Baruntse (7,129m)
Day 31 : Trek back to Setopokhari, Camp
Day 32 : Trek to Mera La – Khare, Lodge
Day 33 : Trek to Kothey, Lodge
Day 34 : Trek to Chutanga, Lodge
Day 35 : Trek to Lukla, Lodge
Day 36 : Fly back to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel
Day 37 : Free Day in Kathmandu, Hotel
Day 38 : Final Departure

Baruntse Expedition (7129m), 38 Days

All Inclusive Cost

USD 8,500 Per Person


Price Includes:

  • Transportation Arrival and Departure; on domestic and international flights
  • Standard hotel accommodation in Kathmandu
  • Fly from Kathmandu – Lukla to Kathmandu
  • Climbing Sherpa guide for Baruntse Expedition
  • Baruntse Expeditions Group climbing gears like rope, ice bar etc…
  • Everest National Park trekking permit
  • Permits for the Mount Baruntse Expedition
  • High altitude meal (Full board) while Trekking to Baruntse B.C and while Climbing
  • All the expenses & insurance of Liaison officer (Govt. of Nepal)
  • Cook, support crew and porters with their equipments, daily wages, food & insurance etc…
  • All camping gear including base camp tents, dining tent with table and chair, kitchen and toilet tent
  • High altitude tents and necessary gadgets like EPI gas and burner for high climb
  • Warm clothing, trek gear for nepali staff including porters
  • Life & medical insurance for Nepali staff & Porters
  • Willkie-Talkie for Communication
  • Emergency Oxygen with regulator and mask while on Baruntse Expeditions. (Use pay)
  • Farewell dinner during the last day of departure

Price doesn’t Include:

  • International airfare
  • Nepal entry visa fees
  • Medical and personal high risk insurance
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Communication device like Satellite Phone
  • Bar and Beverage Bills
  • Personal equipment & climbing gears
  • Emergency Rescue evacuation
  • Climbing Bonus for Baruntse base camp staffs, tips and personal nature expenses
  • Permit fees and customizetripom charge for Sat phone, communication gadget and commercial filming while on Baruntse expedition
  • Garbage Deposit Euro 425.00 (Sharing of the total person) and Deposit fee will be not refunded if the clients (climber) don’t take back their garbage to Kathmandu

GEAR INFORMATION
RECOMMENDED EQUIPMENT FOR EVEREST EXPEDITION FROM TIBET


EQUIPMENT
• Rucksack – Kit Bag – Boots
• Gaiters – Sleeping Bag – Roll Mat
• Water Bottles + Flask – Camera + Spare Films – Sun Glasses + Spare pair
• Hiking Poles – Goggles – Bivvi Bag
• Mug + Plate + Spoon – Pen Knife / Multi-Tool -Lighters + bMatches
• Stove + Fuel Bottle – Pans + Grabber
• Group Shelter


TECHNICAL
• Ice Axe – Ice Hammer – Walking Axe
• Harness – Crampons – Ice Screws
• Belay Plate – Jumar and Ropeman – Prussicks
• Rack – Tat + Maillons – Abalokov Threader
• Head Torch x 2 – Spare Batteries + bulb – Rope
• Helmet – Radio + Batteries – Spare Pick
• Repair Kit (tape, superglue, string, cable ties, strap, needle + thread, leatherman with pliers)


CLOTHING
• Waterproof Jacket – Sallopettes – Down Jacket
• Thermal Top X 2 – Fleece Sallopettes – Thin Fleece
• Body Warmer – Thick Fleece -Schoeller Trousers
• Pertex Top – Thick Socks X 2 – Thin Socks X 2
• Shorts – Casual Trousers + Shirt – Boxers
• Wooly Hat – Fleece Balaclava – Mitts X 2
• Thick Gloves X 2 – Thin Gloves X 3 – Approach Shoes
• Sandals – Towel – Sun Hat


Note: AlpineTrav Treks and Expeditions always puts full efforts to operate the itinerary as per the negotiation made. Not always, but extreme adventure activities being operated in remote mountain regions, bears high risk and needs to be flexible. Unpredictable incidents such as bad weather conditions, natural disasters, and accidents may be the reasons that compel us to make slight changes in our scheduled programs. We anticipate for your patience and cooperation in such circumstances.

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Baruntse Expedition (7129m)