Details of Gaugiri Expedition
Gaugiri peak 6110m. Between upper Mustang and Manang District west north of Nepal. Both side of possible to trek start Beshishahar or Fly Pokhara to Jomsom trail leading through outstanding Himalayan Panorama beauty offer you welcome and enjoy with natural culture and adventure in Tibetan plateau I arid valley of upper Himalayan. The Peak climbing one of challenging adventure and combination culture of experience in the region. With us Gaugiri Expedition will be your life changing trek.
This adventure is very challenging. Extraordinary trekking including Gaugiri Climbing designed for the trekkers who wish to explore Mustang regular routes including Tibetan Buddhist monuments, monasteries, chhortens, cave monasteries in steeps, Chudzung Gompa valley to the West-North of Mustang. Massive Chinese Pass, very easy climbing Gaugiri peak 6100m, Damodar Kunda and off the beaten trails in the area.
More about Nord Extreme Himalaya
Nord Extreme Himalaya (P) Ltd was officially opened in 2012. It allows limited numbers of trekkers each year in order to protect and conserve the local tibetan tradition and the fragile environment. A trek into this fabled forbidden kingdom of vast, arid valleys, eroded canyons, ochre valley, yak caravans, colourful-painted mud brick houses on the back dropped of majestic mountain of Nilgiri, Tukche, Annapurna and Dhaulagiri makes your medieval walled kingdom Mustang trekking a very especial one.
Nord Extreme Himalaya (P) Ltd. regularly organizes trek to the Himalayan Kingdom of Mustang targeting TIJI festival a three days long ritual known as “The chasing of the Demons“, one of the most important festival of the region. Dressed in their finery, people from all over Mustang gather in Lo Monthang to celebrate the Tiji festival.
Day-01: Arrive at Kathmandu (1350m) Transfer to Hotel.
Nord Extreme Himalaya representative will pick up you from International airport and transfer to hotel. It is just 20 minutes driving from International airport to your hotel. If time permits, we talk about trip and your equipment.
Day-02: Kathmandu Sightseeing.
We prepare your upper mustang restricted area permit. Provide your original passport for your Upper Mustang Permit which we need for official procedure. This day can be used for sightseeing in major places in Kathmandu valley. A famous Hindu Temple, Biggest Buddhist Stupa and Old king palace which are all listed in UNESCO heritage. Back to Hotel and stay in trip briefing with your guide and experts. Overnight at Hotel
Day 03 : Flight Katmandou – Pokhara.
Day 04 : Flight Pokhara – Jomosom / Jeep Jomsom-Kagbeni-Tangbe (Trek Start) Tetang – Chhusang 4 Hours/2840m
Day 05 : Chhusang – Chele – Samar 5 Hours/3620m
Day 06 : Samar – Chungsi Cave – Syangmoche – Ghilling 5 Hours / 3680m
Day 07 : Ghilling – Ghemi – A/R Belvedere Sur Les Falaises De Dhakmar 6 / 3650 M
Day 08 : Ghemi – Akiama – Cretes De Dhakmar – Tsarang (Pack Lunch) 6 Hours / 3580 M
Day 09 : Tsarang – Ghar Gompa – Lo Manthang 5 Hours : / 3 800 M
Day 10 : Lo Manthang – La Ville Close Et Les Forts Historiques -Lomanthang (Pack Lunch) 5 Hours / 3 800 M
Day 11 : Lo Manthang – Excursion A Samdrubling & Thingar -Lomanthang (Pack Lunch) 5 Hours / 3 800 M
Day 12 : Lo Manthang – Bharcha – Konchok Ling – Bharcha – Niphu – Jhong – Bharcha 6 Hours 30mn / 3 850 M
Day 13 : Bharcha – Sakau Danda – Makhchung – Mustang Khola Camp 7 Hours / 3 550 M
Day 14 : Mustang Khola Camp – Chudzong Gompa – Salde Camp 6 Hours / 3920 M
Day 15 : Salde Camp – Madhi Camp 5 Hours / 4 420 M
Day 16 : Madhi Camp – Chinese Pass – Cave Camp (Pack Lunch) 5 Hours / 4950 M
Day 17 : Cave Camp – Kalo Danda – Parchekya La – Gaugiri B.C. (Thanti) (Pack Lunch) 5 Hours / 5 400
Day 18 : Thanti – Gaugiri Summit-Thanti (Pack Lunch) 7 Hours / 5400 M
Day 19 : Thanti – Dhechyang Khola – Camp Plateau 4 Hours / 5250 M
Day 20 : Camp Plateau – Summit 5642m – Tso La – Damodar Kunda 5 Hours / 4900 M
Day 21 & 22 : Hidding Trail Area : Damodar Kunda – Gayu Kharka 13 Hours / 4 640 M
Day 23 : Gayu Kharka – Gowa La – Makar Camp (Pack Lunch) 5 Hours / 4 290 M
Day 24 : Makar Camp – Makar La – Kog ( Pack Lunch ) 6 Hours / 4 050 M
Day 25 : Kog – Kog La – Narsing Khola 6 Hours / 4 050 M
Day 26 : Narsing Khola – Khampa Camp – Green High Camp 6 Hours / 4300 M
Day 27 : Green Camp – Gyu La – Jharkot – Jomosom (Pack Lunch) 6 Hours /2750 M
Day 28 : Fly Back To Pokhara. Sightseeing In Major Places And Overnight At Hotel Early In The Morning, We Fly Back To Pokhara From Jomsom. Check In To Hotel And Rest. Afternoon Sightseeing In Major Places Of Pokhara. International Mountain Museum, David Fall, Gupteswor Mahadev And Boating In Fewa Lake.
Day 29 : Drive Back To Kathmandu. Overnight At Hotel We Drive Back To Kathmandu By Tourist Bus. We Also Have Option To Take Private Transportation Or Take 25 Minutes Flight From Pokhara – Kathmandu. Transfer To Hotel And Take Rest.
Day 30 : Departure We Transfer You To International Airport In Kathmandu For Your Fly Back To Home.
Climbing Royalty fee and all govt. taxes for Mt. Saribung
Special trekking permit fee for upper mustang and Nar &Phu
4 nights, 3 star hotel accommodation on twin sharing room BB basis
Jomsom – Pokhara – KTM, domestic airfares and airport taxes
KTM to Syange by private transport (Bus and Jeeps)
Expedition Sherpa Guide
Climbing support Sherpas on 1:3 ratios
Cook (s) and necessary kitchen staffs
Require number of porters and yaks to & from Base Camp (BC)
All necessary Climbing hardware gears including fixed ropes
All necessary camping and kitchen gears
Meals (B/L/D), during trekking and climbing period
High altitude food for higher camps
Best quality single or twin shared tent with sleeping mattress at Base Camp
High altitude tents as require
Oxygen with regulator set for medical purpose at BC
A group medical kit
Satellite phone for emergency call purpose (personal calls on payable basis)
High camps stoves and gases (EPI gas with burners)
Insurance of climbing Sherpa and local team members
All airport/hotel transfers by private vehicles
• Medical/Personal high risk travel insurance
• Personal climbing gears
• Major meals in Kathmandu
• Cost of personal nature expenses
• Cost of electronic appliances
• International air ticket and departure tax
• Tip to the local staff
• Cost occurred due to delay and cancellation of flights, extension of trek and climbing period etc.