CHULU EAST PEAK (6584 M):


Situated in the south east of Chulu west, chulu East is considered to be among the smaller peaks for climbing. Chulu East Peak was first ascended in 1955 by a German expedition via the northeast ridge. These peaks are part of the ManangHimal that provides breathtaking views of the mountains like Annapurna II, III and IV, Gangapurna, Glacier Dome, Dhaulagiri, Tilicho Peak and Mt. Manaslu. To reach the base camp of Chulu East Peak, we start by private transport drive to Dumre, from where we trek till Marsyangdi valley. First we drive to Besisahar from Katmandu. We then follow the Annapurna Circuit trails to reach Chulu East Peak in a week.

Itinerary for Chulu East Peak:

Day 01:    Arrival in Kathmandu - transfer hotel
Day 02:    Sightseeing around kathmandu valley
Day 03:    Kathmandu drive to BesiSahar trek to Ngadi (930 m.)
Day 04:    Ngadi trek to Jagat (1300 m.)
Day 05:    Jagat trek to Taal (1707 m.)
Day 06:    Tal trek to BagarChhap (2160 m.)
Day 07:    BagarChhap trek to Chame (2670 m.)
Day 08:    Chame trek to Hongde (3250 m.)
Day 09:    Hongde trek to Ngawal Village (3600 m.)
Day 10:    Ngawal trek to Base Camp
Day 11:    Acclimatize
Day 12:    Climb to High Camp
Day 13-16:    Climbing days
Day 17:    Back to Base Camp
Day 18:    Base Camp trek to Manang (3540 m.)
Day 19:    Manang trek to ChuriLattar (4200 m)
Day 20:    ChuriLattar trek to ThorangPhedi (4450 m.)
Day 21:    Cross over the Thorang-La (5416 m to Muktinath (3750 m.)
Day 22:    Muktinath trek to Kagbendi (2800 m. / 9185 ft)
Day 23:    Kagbeni trek to Jomsom
Day 24:    Jomsom flight to Pokhara
Day 25:    Drive or flight back to Kathmandu
Day 26:    Bhaktapur&Patan sightseeing and return
Day 27:    Free day in Kathmandu for shopping or relaxing
Day 28:    Departure