The Paldor Climbing Peak [5,896m/19,343ft] lies in the Ganesh Himalaya Range to the north-west of Kathmandu. The name to the Himalaya Range is provided from the legendary Hindu deity “Ganesha”. It acts as a junction to Tiru and Karpu Dandas above the Mailung Khola. This peak climbing route falls among the least touched peaks in Nepal. However, this climbing peak is also a magnificent one and is gaining popularity day by day.
Lying in a remote location, this peak provides am enthusiastic experience to the climbers. The summit of the peak can be accessed through any of the North-east, South-east, West or the South-west ridges. A wide range of options to the summit of the peak also provides convenience to the climbers.
The Paldor Peak was first climbed by Peter Lyod, Bill Tilman, Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Da Namgyal in the monsoon season of 1946 through the North-eastern ridge. Paldor Peak Climbing is considered to be one of the most adventurous activities in the Himalaya Ranges of Nepal. Besides, the route also provide stunning views of lakes, waterfalls, frozen glaciers, warm springs, great Himalaya landscapes and green terraces. Being lucky enough, you can also get into the lives of the local inhabitants to share your climbing experience and know about their primitive cultures and living lifestyles.
The trek starts as a nine hours’ drive from Kathmandu Valley to Syabru Besi and ends in Khahare. From here you are returned back to Kathmandu arranging overnight at Hotel.
Day 01: Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport [T.I.A] and pick up by our private vehicle and transfer to the Hotel. Stay overnight
Day 02: Guided sightseeing tour of Kathmandu Valley [1,338m/4,389ft]. You will be provided with the opportunity of visiting some of the major attractions of Kathmandu such as Pashupatinath, Boudha, Soyambhunath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square and so on. Back to hotel in the evening and stay overnight
Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Syabru [2,720m/8,923ft]. Teahouse overnight
Day 04: Trek from Sabru to Gatlang [2,240m/7,349ft]. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 05: Trek from Gatlang to Jarsadands. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 06: Trek from Jarsadands to Khurpudanda pass [3,620m/11,876ft]. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 07: Trek from Khurpudanda pass to Somdang [3,270m/10,728ft]. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 08: Trek from Somdang to Paldor Base Camp [4,280m/14,041ft]. Camp overnight
Day 09: Trek from Paldor base camp to High camp. Camp overnight
Day 10: Rest day at High camp for acclimatization
Day 11: Trek from Summit Paldor Peak [5,896m/19,343ft] to back Base Camp. Camp overnight
Day 12: Trek from Base camp to Somdang. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 13: Trek from Somdang to Khurpudanda pass. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 14: Trek from Khurpudanda pass to Jarsadands. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 15: Trek from Jarsadands to Gatlang. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 16: Trek from Gatlang to Syaphru besi. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 17: Trek from Syaphru besi to Dhunche. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 18: Trek from Dhunche to Ramche. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 19: Trek from Ramche to Betrawati. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 20: Trek from Betrawati to Trishuli Bazaar. Camp or teahouse overnight
Day 21: Drive from Trishuli Bazaar to Kathmandu. Hotel overnight
Day 22: Final departure
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