7000 meters peak in Nepal

  • Jun 12, 2022
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7000m Climbing Expedition Nepal is open for climbing according to NMA (Nepal Mountaineering Association) and Nepalese government regulations. The government has tight control over the expedition portion of these mountains. Being a member of the NMA makes it easier for operators to organize peak climbing programs across the country. Climbers can tackle many of the world's most spectacular 7000m Himalayan peaks on the 7000m Climbing Expedition Nepal.

In comparison to major 8000m expeditions, climbing these 7000m summits is quite simple to organize. Although some of these summits are nearly as high as 8000m peaks, many of the climbs are just as difficult and daring. Some of these are exceptionally difficult high-standard snow and ice climbs.

Trekkers will have no trouble picking their best bet among the hundreds of mountains available. Climbers have access to nearly 72 mountains with a height of 7,000 meters or above. But keep in mind that these mountains all have sheer glaciers, sharp ice ridges, and crevasses.

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Mount Pumori (7145 m) 

Pumori, also known as Pumo Ri, is a mountain in the Mahalangur portion of the Himalayas that lies on the Nepal-Tibet border. Mount Everest is only eight kilometers west of Pumori. In Sherpa, the name 'Pumori' means "the Mountain Daughter." George Mallory gave Mt.Pumori its name. In Sherpa, "Pumo" signifies a young girl or daughter, while "Ri" indicates a mountain.

Climbers refer to the mountain as "Everest's Daughter" on occasion. Mount Pumori is one of the most accessible peaks to climb. On May 17, 1962, Gerhard Lenser led a German-Swiss expedition to the summit.

Mount Putha Hiunchuli (7246 m) 

Putha Hiunchuli is located in Dolpa or the "Wild West" of Nepal, made famous by Peter Matthiessen's book The Snow Leopard. This peak is rarely climbed and has two distinct faces: a steep, technical ridge pioneered by the Japanese in the early 70s. This peak is suitable for those who want to climb very high but on moderate terrain.
The caravan route includes two exciting mountain flights to Nepaljung and Juphal, following that is a 6-day trek to base camp which is located at (4575m/15,009ft). The trek allows for the slow and proper acclimatization of clients, which increases the chance of a successful summit bid.
Though the route is technically easy there are long distances between camps, so you can expect it to be very hard work. Mountaineers who are looking for a full-blown expedition experience should consider this peak.
Satori requests that our clients have very good physical fitness, no high blood pressure or diabetes, 2 (6000m) peaks, several high pass treks, and formal mountaineering training to tackle this objective.

Mount Churen (7371 m) 

Mount Churen is a rocky mountain in Nepal's Everest (Khumbu) Region, similar to Kala Pataar Mount Churen Himal Expeditions over the settlement of Chukkung. It's around 3-4 hours of lung-busting work and is located to the north of Chukkung. People who plan to climb Imja Tse typically utilize it as an acclimatization excursion, especially if they haven't been to Everest Base Camp or Kala Patthar.

The summit, however modest by Himalayan standards, does not necessitate technical expertise; only stamina is required. However, I feel it should be on the bucket list of many more people who walk to Everest Base Camp, as it provides unparalleled views of Imja Tse, Ama Dablam, Makalu, and Nuptse.

Mount Tilicho (7134 m) 

Another spectacular mountain worth knocking off your bucket list is Tilicho summit (7134m/23,406ft). With over 40 years of hiking and climbing experience, Sherpa Expedition & Trekking can safely transport you to the summit. You're in good hands.
Tilicho Peak is situated atop a mountain range between Khangsar Kang (7558m) and Nilgiri North in the Manang District (7061m). You'll be rewarded with views of Tilicho Lake (4920m), the world's highest lake with its aqua-blue water, from the peak. The massive massifs of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri, as well as the world's deepest gorge, Kali Gandaki Gorge, may be seen from the summit.

Mount Climbing Lhakpa Ri (7045 m) 

Mt. Lhakpa Ri, a high-altitude hike and the world's most accessible 7,045m. the summit is an attractive goal, remarkably located just across the glacier from Everest. It is climbable through a relatively safe and uncomplicated route that follows the old path up the East Rongbuk Glacier. It is just above the 7,045m milestone, making it the highest peak outside of Asia and possibly the most climbable in the globe. George Mallory, who was on his way to the Everest expedition in 1921 and had sighted the north col, was the first to climb Mt. Lhakpa Ri. Bill Tilman's second ascent of Everest during his Everest survey in 1936. Michelle Pella, a French Everest summiteer, accomplished the third climb in 1988, and Ken McConnell made the fourth ascent in 1991. The current expedition teams are following in the footsteps of the previous four expedition teams.

Our journey to Everest Base Camp took us through meadows brimming with ripening barley and yak herds. A steady ascent over beautiful glaciers and peaks leads to Advanced Base Camp and Lhakpa Ri, the world's most accessible 7,000m summit. The ascent follows a narrow, snow-filled depression on the southwest edge, ascending low-angled snow for 6000 meters, steepening to roughly 30-35 degrees at mid-height. We turn south after reaching the ridge's crest near the Lhakpa La and continue the snow ridge.

Ganesh Himal (7429 m) 

The Ganesh Himal trip is a well-known adventure in the Ganesh Himal region. Mt. Ganesh Himal (7446m), located northwest of Kathmandu valley and east of Langtang Himal, is one of Nepal's most magnificent mountains. On a clear day, Mount Ganesh Himal may be seen from Kathmandu. Mount Ganesh I is the tallest summit in Ganesh Himal (Yangra). Although H.W. Tilman's team tried the summit for the first time in 1950. A Franco-Swiss Expedition team made the first successful ascent via the Southeast Ridge in 1955. Several failed attempts on this peak began in the 1950s and were ultimately submitted in 1981 via the Northeast and North Face. Many mountaineers have reached the peak of Ganesh Himal since the expedition opened for mountaineering.

After a 7-8-hour trip from Kathmandu, it begins in Syabru Bensi. The climbing guide from Actual Adventures took you through magnificent Sherpa villages like Paragaon, Garthali, Thanjung, Kharka, Sanjung, Khara, and ultimately Ganesh Himal base camp. Our climb to Base Camp provides spectacular vistas of Ganesh Himal 1st (7429m), Ganesh Himal II (7150m), and Mt. Manaslu that are virtually touchable (8163m.). The Ganesh Himal trip begins with a trek through traditional Nepalese villages, woods and jungles, and fields of rhododendron, bamboo, pine, and other trees. The highest point of the hike is a single mountain pass (4,500m), but we are thoroughly acclimatized to the altitude before we tackle it.

Himlung Himal (7126 m) 

Himlung Himal, at 7,126 meters, is one of Nepal's ambitious 7000-meter peaks, located in the Northern Annapurna Region, near to Tibet. Despite its enormous mountaineering potential, it is one of those inaccessible spots between the Annapurna and Manasalu regions that attracts only a few climbers each year. In 1992, a Japanese expedition team accomplished the first ascent of Himlung Himal, laying the groundwork for future climbers.
Himlung Himal not only serves as a great warm-up peak before tackling the 8000-meter summits, but it also provides a classic trekking experience via the tranquil Nar Phu and Manang valleys. In addition to the thrilling adventure, being in the Himalayas allows one to test one's endurance and strength.

Mount Baruntse (7125 m) 

The South-east Ridge of Baruntse is a chunk hard however is a sincere climb. In the excursion of Mt Baruntse, there are difficult sections of fifty ranges elevation with a distinguished ice cliff for hiking and the danger of avalanches. The climbers had been maximum a success withinside the spring; that is the most secure season. However, a few climbers have reached the pinnacle of Mt Baruntse withinside the autumn and iciness season too. Expeditions on Baruntse revel in a experience of being in a far off region while not having to make investments any extensive time or effort. There are  approaches of having to the height from Lukla: thru Mera La Pass and Hunku Glacier with a opportunity of hiking Mera Peak as part of the adventure; and from Tumlingtar alongside the Makalu get entry to trek and West Barun glacier. The 2nd alternative additionally gives a crossover and stroll out thru Mera La Pass to Lukla, a complete spectrum adventure. 
The ascent direction for the Baruntse Expedition is alongside the southern ridge overhanging the well-known West Pass; this is, in fact, the conventional direction opened through Hillary and Ship Ton in 1952. The normal technique starts offevolved at Lukla and takes you throughout the Hungu Valley, one of the maximum fertile areas in Nepal, passing northward thru a lovely alpine environment. The stroll passes thru pleasant Sherpa u . s . a . and affords superb acclimatization. The Baruntse Base Camp is at an altitude of round 54,00m and sits close to the pristine lake underneath Amphu Laptsa Pass. The direction then follows an extended ridge main to the summit.

Permit fees for mountains above 7000m

S.N.

Mountain Name

Spring

Autumn

Winter/Summer

1

Mount Pumori (7145 m)

$500

$250

$125

2

Mount Putha Hiunchuli (7246 m)

$500

$250

$125

3

Mount Churen (7371 m)

$500

$250

$125

4

Mount Tilicho (7134 m)

$500

$250

$125

5

Mount Climbing Lhakpa Ri (7045 m)

$500

$250

$125

6

Ganesh Himal (7429 m)

$500

$250

$125

7

Himlung Himal (7126 m)

$500

$250

$125

8

Mount Baruntse (7125 m)

$500

$250

$125

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