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Paldor Peak Climbing

Paldor Peak Climbing

Paldor Peak climbing facts

  • Duration of Trip: 18 Days
  • Trekking Days: 16 Days
  • Type of Trek: Teahouse / Lodge stay
  • Max. Altitude: 5923m
  • Grade of Climbing:Hard
  • Country : Nepal
  • Place :Dhading 

Paldor Peak climbing :Paldor Peak lying at the south-east end of the Ganesh Himal northwest of Kathmandu signifies the junction of the Karpu Dandas and Tiru at the top of the Mailung Khola, one of the branches of the Trishuli Gandaki River. Situated in a isolated set, Paldor peak climbing offers an attractive trekking route for its mountaineer. Paldor Peak was first mounted by Bill Tilman, Tenzing Sherpa, Peter Lloyd and Da Namgyal in the monsoon of 1949 taking up the route of North-East edge. 
Paldor peak climbing is one of the ideal and popular trekking routes in Ganesh Himal areas. The area bestows you get observe eye-catching serene lakes, great Himalayan settings, beautiful waterfalls and fertile farming terraces. You will also explore around the tradition and lifestyle of the local Gurung and Tamang people. To reach Paldor, we drive from Kathmandu for 6 to 7 hours and begin from Sabru near Dunche which is located in the Trisuli valley. After that the path crosses the Langtang River to Sabrubesi. Then we come across the Bhote Kosi River passing via Tamang villages of Gatlang and Tangjet. Then, our route moves northwards along the edge before dropping to the forest over Mailung Khola. We can also move to the moraine occupied valley beneath Paldor from here in the next day’s walk. Another interesting path to reach Paldor peak trekking is from Sundarijal all the way through the hills of Helambu and above the range of Gosainkunda to Sabru.
After you arrive at the summit, a magnificent view rewards you which widens from Mt. Machhapuchhre (Fish Tail) lying in the Annapurna range and to the peaks of the Khumbu area including the Mt. Shisapangma and the tanned hills of Tibet. After the demanding enjoyable mount, with an amusing walk we make our way back to the bazaar of Trishuli passing through picturesque path of Tiru Danda and Pansing Bhanjyang.
We Encounter Nepal design for anyone who is an adventure enthusiast and is physically fit. On reaching, Paldor peak high camp, we will use ice axe, crampons and rope. The peak is well-known for and excellent vista of Ganesh Himal with the frozen fangs of Pabil (7101m.), Ganesh I (7406m.),Lapsang Karpo (7150m.), Ganesh V (6950m.) and more. The best season for going to Paldor Peak is March to May and September to November. And you will accommodate at guest house or camp or tent. We provide full package for this Paldor Peak mount as a distinctive adventure trip including ascending permit from NMA and all other additional necessary equipments from entrance up to departure from Kathmandu. Moreover, our service take in the right maps of the trekking path, hygienic food cooked freshly, qualified and proficient trekking Sherpa guides well organized accommodation and tours facilities to Kathmandu.

Day 01 : Drive Kathmandu to Dhunche (1950m). 
Day 02 : Dhunche to Syabru Gaon (1860m) (5 hours).
Day 03 : Syabru Gaon to Lama Hotel (2380m) (6:30 hours). 
Day 04 : Lama Hotel to Lang tang village (3500m) (7 hours). 
Day 05 : Langtang village to Kanjing Gompa (3800m) (3:30 hours). 
Day 06 : Kanjing Gompa rest (Excursions around Kyangjin Gomba).
Day 07 : Kanjing Gompa to Lama Hotel (7 hours).
Day 08 : Lama Hotel to SyabruBensi (1550m) (6:30 hours).
Day 09 : Saybru besi to Gatlang (2700m) about 6 to 7 hrs.
Day 10 : Gatlang to Somdang (3270m) about 6 hrs.
Day 11: Somdang to Paldore Base Camp (4280m) 6 hrs
Day 12 : Paldor Base camp to High Camp (4700m) 5 to 6 hrs.
Day 13 : Paldor Summit and High Camp (5923m) Full day.
Day 14 : Paldor High Camp to Base Camp (4280m) 5 hrs.
Day 15 : Base Camp to Pangsnag kharaka (3450m) 6 hrs.
Day 16 : Pansnag Kharaka to Ruckhe Kharka (4040m) 7 hrs.
Day 17: Rupchet Kharaka to Bhalche (1750m) 6: 30 hrs.
Day 18 : Bhalche to Chadanda (1060m) 6 hrs.

Price Includes:

  • National Park Entry Permits
  • Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS)
  • Local Transport 
  • Climbing Permit
  • Climbing Sherpa 
  • Climbing Gear 
  • Three Meals a Day: breakfast, lunch, dinner including tea/coffee with meals time (one per meal)
  • One Guide: English speaking, insured, registered, well-equipped, his salary, food and accommodation
  • One porter Between two person  insured registered, well-equipped, salary, food and accommodation
  • Accommodation (shared) in a tea house lodge
  • Safe drinking water
  • Emergency care service

Price Excludes:

  • Bar & beverage bills,Pesonal Gear 
  • Personal expenses. bottled water, desserts, shower, insurance, rescue,  personal clothing,
  • Any additional services requested and tips to the staff.

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