Nepal

Mount Himlung Expedition

An exciting Mountain Expedition

Himlung Himal is one of the recently opened peaks for climbing and is located between Manaslu and Annapurna ranges.This expedition takes you through remote villages Nepal and Tibet border. Passing through two interesting Tibetian villages of Nar and Phu. Base camp will be established at the height of 4900m. which is located at the upper border of one of pastures belong to Phu. Normally three high camps will be established to reach the Summit. Camp I at the height of 5450m, Camp II at 6000m and Camp III at 6350m.

Group Size
2 - 10
32 days
7126m / 23345ft
Moderate
Trans Alps Adventure
The Journey Begins Here

Detailed Itinerary

  • Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu & Transfer to the Hotel(1,400m)
  • Day 02 : Rest in Kathmandu, Expedition briefing and Preparing
  • Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Besisahar (760m)
  • Day 04: Drive from Besisahar to Koto (2600m)
  • Day 05: Trek from Koto to Meta (3560m): Camping
  • Day 06: Trek from Meta to Kyang (3840m): Camping
  • Day 07: Trek from Kyang to Phu Gaun(3900m) : Camping
  • Day 08: Acclimatization at Phu Gaun (rest day) : Camping
  • Day 09: Trek from Trek from Phu Gaun to Himlung base camp (4900m)
  • Day 10 to Day 25: [ Climbing Period: Base Camp – Himlung Summit (7126m) - Basecamp ]
  • Day 26: Trek from Base Camp to Phu Gaun: Camping
  • Day 27: Trek from Phu Gaun to Meta (3560m): Camping
  • Day 28: Trek from Meta to Koto (2600m)
  • Day 29: Drive from Koto to Besisahar (760m)
  • Day 30: Drive from Besisahar to Kathmandu & transfer to the Hotel
  • Day 31: Leisure day in Kathmandu City
  • Day 32: Transfer to International Airport for final departure

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What's Included

  • Arrival & Departure
  • Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu
  • Permit
  • Liaison Officer
  • Garbage Management
  • Insurance
  • Member transportation
  • Expedition Stuffs Transportation
  • Member Luggage
  • Food and Lodging
  • Porters
  • Base Camp Staff
  • Staff Salary
  • Base Camp Tent
  • Base Camp equipment
  • Comprehensive Medical kit
  • Certificate

What's Excluded

  • Nepal entry Visa fee
  • Lunch & Dinner
  • Extra night in Kathmandu
  • Insurance
  • Rescue Evacuation
  • Personal Expenses
  • Personal Equipment
  • Toiletries
  • Internet Service during the trip

Climbing Gears

  1. Ice Axe
  2. Crampons
  3. Harness
  4. Tape Slings
  5. Screwgate karabiners (2 lock, 2 unlock)
  6. Descender/Eight figure
  7. Plastic mountaineering boots
  8. Ascender/Jumar
  9. Helmet
  10. Snow Bar
  11. Rope
  12. Ice Hammer
  13. Ice Screw

Accessories

  • Sleeping bag
  • Headlight with batteries
  • Water bottles
  • Toiletries
  • Small wash towel

Medical Supplies

  • First-Aid kit
  • Anti-diarrhea pills (Imodium)
  • Anti-headache medication (Aspirin or Ibuprofen)
  • cold medicine
  • antibiotics for stomach infection
  • anti-altitude sickness medication: Diamox (Acetylzolamide)
  • water purification tablets

Personal Clothing items

Head

  • Sun hat or scarf
  • warm fleece hat
  • Black Sunglasses

Upper Body

  • T-shirts
  • Weight thermal tops
  • Fleece jacket
  • Fleece Wind-Stopper jacket
  • Waterproof jacket
  • Down vest or jacket

Hands

  • Lightweight gloves
  • Heavyweight gloves or mittens with a waterproof shell outer

Lower Body

  • Underwear
  • Hiking shorts
  • Lightweight cotton long pants
  • Light and expedition weight thermal bottoms
  • Fleece or wool pants
  • Waterproof pants

Feet

  • Thick, warm wool hiking socks
  • Hiking boots with spare laces
  • Camp shoes (sneakers or sandals)

Personal Hygiene

  • Two tubes lip sun cream, at least 1 large tube regular sun cream (min. factor 30), some after-sun lotion in case you do get a sunburn
  • toothpaste/brush set
  • hand sanitizer gel
  • 1 synthetic towel
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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I really climb a mountain? Do I need to have climbing experience?

We suggest that people undertaking a first climb should have at least overnight trekking experience. For those who wish to take on a technically difficult, remote or extreme altitude mountain we'd expect participants to have appropriate experience and skills.

What type of people comes along?

Climbing expeditions usually attract people in their twenties to fifties. Participants tend to be seeking a good quality, safe, well supported, good value and enjoyable adventure rather than the lowest cost.

How fit do I need to be? Will I have to carry a lot of weight? Should I be able to do 100 chin ups?

The fitter you are, the more fun you (and your companions) will have. You will find guidance on preparing for your expedition on each adventure's web page (search here), our info packs and trip dossiers. A minimum level of fitness would have you being able to walk all day on uneven, hilly ground, carrying your day pack, and be able to get up again the next day. Many climbs will require a higher level of fitness and strength so you can carry heavy gear to high camps and really exert yourself on summit day.

What gear is provided?

Included are individual sleeping tents for the trekking phase of most climbing expeditions, with dining and kitchen tents. On the mountain participants share serious, proven mountain tents. Climbing teams are equipped with emergency communications and first aid equipment as well as more prosaic things like climbing and cooking gear.

Who will be responsible for my safety?

The short answer - you! All participants are expected to behave in a responsible manner, taking due care of themselves and others. Your expedition leader is responsible for the group including participants and staff. He or she will advise, manage and assist everyone, sometimes with the support of an expedition first aider or doctor, and will be assisted by guides, sherpas, and you and your climbing colleagues, all of whom will have roles to play.

What if I get sick or have an accident?

Despite the best precautions, people do sometimes fall ill, sprain something or develop symptoms of AMS. Our expedition leaders will manage your care keeping in mind what's best for you and the rest of the group. Precautions include first aid qualifications and kits, emergency communications, evacuation plans, your travel insurance cover and our pre-preparation and medical advisors.

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