Tillicho Peak lies in the north of Manang of the Annapurna region. There are two way to reach the base camp: Begin with a drive to Khudi, and then go to Tilicho base camp via Manang and Khansar village or, we could fly to Pokhara, then start our hike from Beni Bazaar to Jomsom. Technically this mountain is difficult to climb. It was discovered in 1950 when a team led by Maurice Harzog was attempting to find Annapurna. Tilicho Peak’s northeast ridge towers the high Kali Gandaki valley to the west and the Marshyangdi valley to the east, while Mustang lies just a few miles to the north.The first ascent was made in 1978 by a French climber named Emanuel Schmutz using the northwest shoulder.

Itinerary for Tilicho Peak:

Day 01:     Arrive in Kathmandu, transfer to hotel.
Day 02:     Kathmandu sightseeing.
Day 03:     Preparation and briefing for the expedition.
Day 04:     Drive to Khudi and walk up to BhulBhule 792m.
Day 05:     BesiShahar – Nagdi.
Day 06:     Nagdi – Jagat 1314m.
Day 07:     Jagat – Dharapani 1943m.
Day 08:     Dharapani – Chame 2713m.
Day 09:     Chame – Pisang 3185m.
Day 10:     Pisang – Manang 3351m.
Day 11:     Manang – Gompa (after Khansar).
Day 12:     Gompa (after Khansar) – Tilicho Lake Base Camp.
Day 13:     Tilicho Lake Base Camp – Above Lake Camp (way to Mesokanto Pass) 5300.
Day 14:     Way to Mesokanto Pass –Tilicho Peak Base Camp 4400m.
Day 15 – 30:     Climbing Period of Tilicho Peak 7135m.
Day 31:     Clean up BC, then back.
Day 32:     Tilicho Peak Base Camp – Mesokanto Pass (5315m.) – NamaPhuKharka.
Day 33:     NamaPhuKharka – Jomsom.
Day 34:     Jomsom Rest day and acclimatization.
Day 35:     Jomsom – Pokhara by flight, then transfer to hotel.
Day 36:     Pokhara – Kathmandu by tourist bus, then transfer to hotel.
Day 37:     Rest day in Kathmandu.
Day 38:     Departure at airport.