Mt. Baruntse Expedition - 40 Days

Mt. Baruntse (7129m) is an attractive mountain peak in the heart of the Everest region. Located between Mt. Makalu and Mt. Lhotse, the famous symmetrical peak has a total of four ridges and four summits. Mt. Baruntse Expedition is one of the most satisfying and rewarding climbing experiences in Nepal.

Geoff Harrow and Colin Todd were the first to ascend the peak from the South-East ridge in the year 1954. The Mountaineers were from the New Zealand expedition team. The trek to the Baruntse Peak passes through the uninhabited, remote settlements in the wilderness of the Hinku valley.

The ascent to the peak is semi-technical. However, unpredictable weather conditions in the mountains and continuous ascend increases the climbing difficulty. There are some sections where you will need to use the climbing and fixed ropes.

The ascent to the summit consists of steep slopes, rugged sections, and icefall. Previous experience in climbing and trekking at high altitude is a must along with a basic level of fitness and strong mental strength. A semi-technical mountain that rises above 7000m is a perfect practice ground for climbers who seek to ascend the mighty Mt. Everest.

We start our journey with an early morning flight to Lukla. The trail moves along the beautiful Hinku valley. We walk through pristine water streams, rivers, and passes before arriving at the Baruntse Base Camp. A Base Camp gets set above Panch Pokhari and two more camps get set above the Base Camp.

The climbers go through rigorous training and proper acclimatization. We also climb the Mera peak (6,476m), which is the highest trekking peak in Nepal as a preparation for the climb of Mt. Baruntse. The ascent to the summit of Mt. Baruntse demands some technical climbing. The top of the summit offers spectacular views of the snow-capped mountains in all its glory.

After the successful conquest of Mt. Baruntse, you will trek back retracing the same route as earlier. The summit of Baruntse Himal rewards you with breathtaking views of the towering mountain peaks of the famous Himalayan Massif including Mt. Everest, Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Makalu among others.

The Baruntse peak expedition provides the prospect of trekking in the foothills of the Himalayas along with adventurous climbing experience. This unique expedition trip is available at a reasonable cost. The mountain is perfect for both amateur mountaineers and expert climbers.

What more can you ask for? Please go through the Mt. Baruntse expedition itinerary details given below and book your trip now!

Highlights of the Trip:

  • The ascent to the summit of Baruntse peak (7129m)
  • Trekking in the foothills of the Himalayas
  • Experiencing the remote wilderness of the Hindu valley
  • Observing the most beautiful mountain massif in the world that includes Mt. Everest (8,848m), Mt. Lhotse (8,516m), Mt. Makalu (8,481m), Mt. Cho Oyu (8,201m) and others.
  • Climbing the highest trekking peak in Nepal, Mera peak (6,476m)
  • A cultural exploration of the villages inhabited by the Sherpa community
  • Walking through the surreal glaciers, mountain passes, and water streams
  • Incredible hospitality of the local people.

Best Time for Mt. Baruntse Expedition

Spring

The best time for Mt. Baruntse expedition is the spring season or the months of March-May. During the spring season, the weather gradually changes from cold to warm.

The climbers won’t face any problems in acclimatization in these changing environments. Furthermore, the climbers can practice and train in higher camps without facing any inconvenience.

The wildflowers bloom in abundance all over the trail. The rhododendron flowers paint the hills pink and red. The snow-capped mountains look crystal clear on the backdrop of the bright blue sky.

Objectively, the safest time to climb the Baruntse mountain is the spring season as the mountain is covered in snow. The success rate is also in the higher range in the spring season.

Autumn

Besides spring, a small window of September-November in the autumn season is also quite favourable for the expedition of Mt. Baruntse. The autumn season comes after the wet monsoons.

There are lesser risks of rainfalls and avalanches during the autumn season. The religious festivals of Dashain and Tihar also fall upon the months of the autumn season.

The moderate weather is quite favorable for trekking long duration during the day. The clear blue sky makes the mountains shine even more brightly.

The Difficulty Level of Mt. Baruntse Expedition

Needless to say, climbing a mountain above 7000m is always difficult. However, the expedition of Mt. Baruntse is relatively less challenging as compared to other mountains in the Everest region.

Some technical sections require the use of climbing, fixed ropes, and other mountaineering gears. The unpredictability of the weather in the mountains is also another crucial factor that adds to the difficulty.

The route of the south-east ridge is challenging because of the steep and straightforward climb. There is an elevation of 50 degrees with ice cliffs in some of the sections. Besides these, there is also the risk of avalanches in the mountains.

The ascent to the summit consists of steep slopes, harsh sections, and dangerous icefalls. Previous experience in climbing and trekking at high altitude is a must.

Overall, Mt. Baruntse is a semi-technical mountain. A basic level of fitness and stamina combined with strong mental strength helps you in completing the expedition.

Mt. Baruntse Expedition Itinerary Details

Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu airport

A designated representative will pick you up from the airport and transferred to the hotel. We will help you with the check-in procedure and other formalities. You can relax at the hotel and stroll around the city in the evening.

Day 02: Sightseeing around Kathmandu valley

The mystical Kathmandu valley offers a unique cultural experience like no other city. The medieval architecture transports you back to ancient times. There are seven world heritage sites in Kathmandu valley listed by UNESCO.

The heritage expert and professional guide will lead the sightseeing tour. The art, artifacts, and the architecture around the Durbar square areas of Kathmandu valley are of great historical significance. The Durbar squares of Kathmandu include the Basantapur Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, and Bhaktapur Durbar square.

You can explore the culture, traditions, and the lifestyle of the local ethnic community of Newars. The Newars are the original inhabitants of the Kathmandu valley known for their exuberant food habits. You can also visit the religious sites of Swayambhunath and Boudhanath.

The hike to the famous Swayambhunath (monkey temple) provides you with a spectacular view of the sunrise overlooking Kathmandu valley. You can return to the hotel in the evening and prepare for the trip. You will stay overnight at the hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 03: Official formalities and Preparation day in Kathmandu

We complete official formalities and acquire permits required for the expedition. The ministry of tourism will organize a special meeting with fellow climbers in Kathmandu.

The meeting focuses on the journey ahead and briefs the climbers about the procedure and restrictions if any. We will return to the hotel in the evening.

Day 04: Final Preparation day

A special meeting with the team leaders and fellow climbers gets organized. The Meeting will focus on the preparation required for the expedition journey.

The mountaineering equipment and gears brought by the climbers will get checked by the team leader and management for quality control. You might need to replace them with new ones if the team leader finds them to be sub-standard.

But you don’t need to worry as there are plenty of shops that rent and sell mountaineering gear and equipment in Kathmandu. We return to the hotel and pack for our trip.

Day 05: Morning flight to Lukla (2804m), Trek to Chutok (2800 meters)

After an early breakfast, we board the first morning flight to Lukla. The adventurous trip takes about 40-45 minutes. The flight lands on the Tenzing Hillary airport. The airport with a runway of 527 m is one of the smallest airports in the world. The edge of the runway has a deep gorge at the end.

After landing on Lukla, we start our trek journey. We hike to Chutok from Lukla. The trek takes almost three and a half hours. We trail downhill alongside the runaway and makes a turn through the fields until we arrive at a bridge in Surkhe.

The trail then ascends through a dense forest until we reach the Chutok la (2945m). We make a final climb on a hillside route that leads us to Chutok or Paiya. We spend the night at a lodge in Chutok.

Flight duration: 45 minutes

Trek duration: 3-4 hours

Accommodation: Lodge

Day 06: Trek from Chutok to Pangkongma (2950m)

The trail consists of ups and downs passing through a lush forest. We arrive at Khari la (3145m) and then descend towards Bupsa (2300m). From Bupsa, the trek climbs on the old trail to the large white house at the top of Kharte.

We then ascend over a fence and turn south-east above the wide Khani Khola valley. The trail gradually elevates up to the forested valley passing by small isolated settlements of Sherpa community and pristine water streams.

We finally arrive at the village of Pangkongma after a trek of almost 5 hours.

Trek duration: 5 hours

Accommodation: Lodge

Day 07: Trek from Pangkongma to Kurke (3800m)

The trial today is a short but uphill walk. We climb up a forest until we arrive at Pangom la (3120m). We take a left path following a high ridge through the woods. There are no water resources available in Kurke.

The kitchen staff will have to travel for another hour or so to gather water for kitchen purposes. We camp at the Kurke la campsite.

Trek duration: 3-4 hours

Accommodation: Lodge

Day 08: Trek from Pangkongma to Thuli Kharka (4200m)

The trail passes through Kurke pass climb steeply on the ridge. You can enjoy the view of Nuptse Himal, Kongo Ri, Karyolang Peak, and other surrounding peaks. The path winds through the west of the upper ridge and becomes exposed along the way.

We do a final climb to a pass at 4400m. The trail descends through green pastures until we arrive at the Thuli Kharka. We stay overnight at a camp in Thuli Kharka.

Trek duration: 5-6 hours

Accommodation: Lodge

Day 09: Trek from Thuli Kharka to Kothe (3600m)

The trek from Thuli Kharka to Kothe is quite exciting. We move through lush forests of rhododendron, juniper, pine and oak trees. The magnificent view of Mera peak and other snow-capped mountains will enthrall you.

We will descend steeply to the Hinku River and climb uphill, leading us to Kothe. The village of Kothe situated west of Hinku valley offers tranquil atmosphere. You can explore the beautiful Kothe village in the afternoon. We will stay overnight at a lodge in Kothe.

Trek duration: 6-7 hours

Accommodation: Lodge

Day 10: Trek from Kothe to Thangnak (4350m)

The trek from Kothe to Thangnak is short and less challenging. From Kothey, we will move along the Hinku river ridge towards Gondishung. The trail leads us to the holy site of Lungsumgba Gompa built around 200 years ago.

We walk gradually through a gentle incline alongside the river. You can enjoy the pristine views of Mera Peak, Kusum Kanguru Peak, and others from the gompa.

After an easy trek for some time we will arrive at the summer grazing area of Thangnak. We stay at a lodge in Thangnak.

Trek duration: 4-5 hours

Accommodation: Lodge

Day 11: Acclimatization day

We acclimatize at Thangnak for the day. The process of acclimatization helps us to cope with the altitude sickness and avoid the repercussions of acute mountain sickness.

Proper acclimatization and exploration will aid you in the process of trekking in the Himalayas. This day also presents us an opportunity to train for the summit ascent of the Baruntse peak.

We can also check the climbing gears and equipment required in the climbing process. A nearby hill few hundred meters away will lend you an opportunity for a short hike and mountaineering training.

Day 12: Trek from Thangnak to Khare (4900m)

We start our trek from Thangnak to Khare. The trail moves over Hinku Khola and Shar glacier. From there, we will begin our steep ascent to Khare.

We walk along the glacial moraine that leads us to a picturesque valley. The view of the northern face of Mera peak is stunning. Khare also offers a vast range of hiking and acclimatization sites.

The section of this trek is moderate as it passes through lots of ups and downs. We stay overnight at a lodge in Khare.

Trek duration: 5-6 hours

Accommodation: Lodge

Day 13: Trek from Khare to Mera La (5415m), and Trek to Base Camp (5300m)

The trail passes through Mera Base Camp passing through the Mera La (5415m). Colorful flags cover the Mera La pass. We climb up to the Mera glacier. The beautiful icy Mera glacier is a thing of pristine beauty.

Then we walk straight on ice for around half an hour. A beautiful view of the Mera peak welcomes us along the way. After a downhill trek of almost 100m, we will arrive at the Mera base camp (5350m). We set up our tents and stay overnight.

Trek duration: 4-5 hours

Accommodation: Camp

Day 14: Climb from Mera Base Camp to High Camp (5800m)

The trail leads us to a rock-strewn area and is quite hazardous. The Mera high camp has several crevasses and gets quite dangerous during a snowstorm. We hike above a rock band marked by a large cairn.

The high camp gets set at a location from where we can enjoy the beautiful sunrise and sunset overlooking the magnificent Himalayan vista. We spend the night in a tented camp overnight.

Trek duration: 4-5 hours

Accommodation: Camp

Day 15: Summit Mera peak (6654m) and Climb down to Base Camp

After an early morning breakfast around two AM, we get ready for the ascent of Mera peak. We warm up in the freezing environment and continue our journey passing through the glacier.

The trail then leads to a peculiar ridge as the golden rays of the sun fall upon the snow-white mountain peaks. A fantastic red glow showers upon the entire Himalayan vista.We pass through non-technical slopes higher into thinning hair.

The section behind the ridge has a steep slope, and the summit is visible from the route. At the final lap of the steep mountain, we may attach a fixed rope on an anchor depending upon the conditions.

From the top of the summit of Mera peak we can overlook the majestic mountains, including Mt. Everest (8,848m), Cho-Oyu (8,210m), Lhotse (8,516m), Makalu (8,463m), Kangchenjunga (8,586m), Nuptse (7,855m), Chamlang (7,319m), Baruntse (7,129m) and others.

Day 16: Trek from Mera Base Camp to Khare

The trail from the Mera base camp to Khare follows a path that goes over the Mera glacier ridge. We pass the ridge over the glacier that leads to the Mera La pass.

After reaching the pass, we can observe the spectacular view of the snow-capped mountain peaks. We gradually descend to the village of Khare, where we will spend the night in a tented camp.

Trek duration: 6-7 hours

Accommodation: Camp

Day 17: Trek from Khare to Baruntse Base Camp (5300m)

After an early breakfast, we make a move from Khare and follow a trail to the base camp. The trail goes over the rocky platform above the Mera glacier ridge. The ridge is on the western side of the glacier, and it leads to the Mera La pass.

After reaching the pass, we can observe the spectacular view of the snow-capped mountain peaks. We descend gently to the Baruntse base camp where we will spend the night in a tented camp. The trail then climbs to higher ground for yak pasture.

The trail passes through the towering mountains with spectacular views of the valleys and mountains. We pass through the campsite in Seto Pokhari. Seto Pokhari is a pristine white lake in the upper Hongu region. After resting for some time, we move ahead crossing the grassy valley covered in boulders.

The valley becomes arid and strenuous as we climb ahead. The final trek to the base camp passes through the serene wilderness. We spend the night in a tented camp at the base camp.

Trek duration: 7-8 hours

Accommodation: Camp

Day 18: Rest and acclimatization day

On this day we acclimatize and rest at the Baruntse base camp. We use this opportunity to hike a few distances and explore the base camp area. The base camp area is going to be our home for the next ten odd days.

We have been traveling above 4000m for quite some time. The acclimatization process helps us avoid acute mountain sickness caused by the high altitude. We stroll around for a few hours and return to rest at the base camp.

Day 19-31: Climbing Period

We will spend the time training for our expedition and acclimatization. After spending a sufficient amount of our time acclimatizing and training, we will proceed to higher camps.

The climbing experts and veterans will be by our side at all times and guide us in ascending the mountain. The sherpa crew will help us in setting up tents and preparing nutritious and tasty food to keep us healthy. The team also decides the best route for the expedition.

The process of acclimatization includes ascending and descending from higher camps to lower camps and vice versa. After being adequately acclimatized and trained, we attempt to climb the Baruntse peak on the instructions of our expert guide and team leader.

The climb of the summit is rather challenging with several technical sections. The unpredictable weather conditions in the mountains make the climb quite challenging. From the top of the peak, we get the astonishing views of Everest, Makalu, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Kanchenjunga, Nuptse, Mera Peak, and others.

The base camp gets established at the height of 5300m next to a beautiful lake. The lake is adjacent to the lateral moraine of the Hinku glacier on the foot of the mountain. The Advanced Base Camp gets set up at an altitude of 6,000m adjoining a glacier below the South East Ridge.

The load carrying stock to Baruntse Advance Base Camp (BABC) and Camp 1 requires enough time. We acclimatize additionally during this period. The position and the geometry of the ridge around the peak accumulates a lot of cornices.

We take no risks and safeguard the deeper sections by fixed lines even though the cornices look stable. There are lesser chances of an avalanche at the lower slopes of the mountain.

Camp 1 (6100m):

The first camp or Camp 1 is at the height of 6,450m on the South-East Ridge. There are snow slopes of 45° above camp 1, and the route turns more challenging. Fixed rope or the fixed line gets placed on the ascent to Camp 1 before the West / East Col.

We climb the first camp located on the West Col edge of the Upper Barun glacier. The trail passes through the Hinku glacier and then enters a steep gully leading directly towards the next climb.

The next climb is a 50 degree and 150m steep climb to the West Col. From the glacier, fixed ropes will be cast to provide a beeline to camp-1. This process helps in the safe carrying of the loads required for the climb.

Camp 2 (6400m):

Located on the edge of the Upper Barun glacier and at the start of Southeast Ridge, camp 2 is our next destination. From camp 1, we resume our ascent alongside the long glacier.

The climb is on a low angled glacial slope. A fixed rope safeguards against open or hidden crevasses.The fixing of the cable gets done by the Sherpa guides above the second camp. From Camp 2, we ascend the summit.

Summit Day:

We start our ascent from camp 2 to the summit of the Baruntse peak. We climb-up a short steep ice wall of 75 degrees to arrive at a small Col at 6500m. The next section is a 45-degree snow shoulder after which we reach a sharp summit ridge of Baruntse at 6700m.

The Southeast route is the most favored route amongst climbers. The course is a straight forward climb. There is a prominent ice cliff at about 7,000m. We follow the ridge to arrive at the wide summit cone that leads us to the Baruntse summit at 7129m.

You can enjoy the awe-inspiring views of Lhotse, Mount Everest, Cho Oyu, Kangchenjunga, Makalu, Khumbu Himal and others. We spend some memorable time at the summit taking pictures and making memories.

The descent starts as we retrace back to the Base camp. The climbers must exercise extreme caution as their bodies will be in extreme fatigue. We stay the night at the base camp.

Day 32: Rest at the Baruntse Base Camp

We spend the day resting, cleaning, and maintaining all the climbing gear and equipment used. It is essential not to leave any carbon footprint to preserve the ecosystem in the Himalayas.

We collect all the garbage we produce and hand it over to the Sagarmatha pollution control at Namche. We stay the night at a tented camp in the Baruntse Base Camp.

Day 33: Trek back to Seto Pokhari Camp

The short trek begins from the Baruntse Base Camp to Seto Pokhari Camp. After collecting all the garbage and managing it by cleaning, we retrace back to the same trail that took us earlier.

The trail gradually descends back to the Hinku valley. We arrive at the Seto Pokhari in the afternoon and stay overnight.

Trek duration: 4-5 hours

Accommodation: Camp

Day 34: Trek to Mera Peak Base Camp

The trail passes through one of the remote areas in the Himalayas. We descend through the remote alpine valley. This section of the trek offers an excellent experience in the absolute wilderness.

After trekking down a high altitude route, we ascend towards a campsite in the Mera Peak Base Camp below the Mera La pass. We stay overnight in the base camp.

Trek duration: 4-5 hours

Accommodation: Camp

Day 35: Trek to Kothe (3600m)

We trek to the steep climb of Mera La pass. The top of the pass gives us a mesmerizing view of the majestic mountains. After spending some time at the top of the pass and clicking pictures, we descend to the Thangnak via Khare.

The trail then goes downhill passing through subtropical forests from in the high alpine region. We finally arrive at the Kothe after trekking some distance where we stay overnight.

Trek duration: 5-6 hours

Accommodation: Lodge

Day 36: Trek to Thuli Kharka (4200m)

We gradually ascend the trail that passes through a dense forest of rhododendron and juniper trees. The trail traverses through the western section of the Hinku valley.

After a trek of some duration, we arrive at the village of Thuli Kharka. The enchanting views of the Mera north, Mera central and Mera south will enthrall you. We stay overnight at a lodge in Thuli Kharka.

Trek duration: 5-6 hours

Accommodation: Lodge

Day 37: Trek to Lukla (2804m)

The last day of the trek leads us to the high ridge of Kalo Himal. From Kalo Himal, we will cross the Zatra Wala Pass by climbing a steep trail. After reaching the top of the Zatra Wala pass, we can observe the breathtaking views of the snow-capped mountains one last time.

We stop to take pictures of the beauty. We then descend the hill and cross Chutanga to arrive at the famous town of Lukla. We stay overnight at a lodge overlooking the pristine silver mountain peaks.

Trek duration: 5-6 hours

Accommodation: Lodge

Day 38: Fly back to Kathmandu from Lukla

We take the adventurous early morning flight to Kathmandu from Lukla. The scenic mountain flight will provide you with an opportunity to look at the silver peaks, green hills, and the scattered settlements. You can check in at the hotel in Kathmandu and stay overnight.

Flight duration: 45 minutes

Day 39: Rest day in Kathmandu

We have a free day on our hands in Kathmandu. We can go last minute souvenir shopping in the city or stroll around the Thamel area. Thamel is the tourist hub of the town and is famous for the exuberant nightlife.

Day 40: Transfer to airport for final departure

A designated representative will pick you up from the hotel and transfer you to the airport. From the airport, you can board a flight to your desired destination.

Important Notice:

The flight from Kathmandu- Lukla- Kathmandu is bound to delays and even cancellation based on the unfavorable weather conditions. You may add a few extra days on your trip for safety.

Day 01 :Arrival in Kathmandu airport.

Day 02 :Sightseeing around Kathmandu.

Day 03 :Official formalities and Preparation day in Kathmandu.

Day 04 :Final Preparation day.

Day 05 :Morning fly to Lukla (2804m), trek to Chutok (2800 meters).

Day 06 :Trek to Pangkongma (2950m).

Day 07 :Trek to Kurke (3800m).

Day 08 :Trek to Thuli Kharka (4200m).

Day 09 :Trek to Khothey (3600m).

Day 10 :Khothey to Tangnag (4350m).

Day 11 :Acclimatization day.

Day 12 :Trek to Khare (4900m).

Day 13 :Trek to Mera La (5415m) – Base Camp (5300m).

Day 14 :Climb Base Camp to High Camp (5800m).

Day 15 :Summit to Mera peak (6654m) and climb down to base camp.

Day 16 :Trek to Khare.

Day 17 :Trek to Baruntse base Camp (5300m).

Day 18 :Rest and acclimatization day.

Day 19-31 :Climbing Period.

Day 32 :Rest and enjoy the success of the Baruntse base camp.

Day 33 :Trek back to Seto Pokhari camp.

Day 34 :Trek to Mera Peak Base Camp.

Day 35 :Trek to Khothey (3600m).

Day 36 :Trek to Thuli Kharka (4200m).

Day 37 :Trek to Lukla (2804m).

Day 38 :Fly back to Kathmandu.

Day 39 :Rest day in Kathmandu.

Day 40 :Transfer to airport for final departure.

Cost Includes

  • • All Airport Pick up and final departure as per the itinerary.
  • • 2 Nights 5 Star stay in Kathmandu.
  • • All essential ground transportation by Private Vehicle – as mentioned in Itinerary
  • • Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandy flight
  • • Climbing permit for mount Mt. Everest expedition
  • • Required Trekking permits and National Park fees.
  • • Tea House accommodation during pre-climbing & Post- Climbing journey and Camping accommodation during climbing.
  • • All meals – Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner during trekking and climbing period
  • • Trekking Guide and well experienced climbing guide
  • • Required number of porters, and kitchen staff for camping
  • • All essential camping equipment – Dining tent, toilet tent, store tent, table – chair for
  • • Normal medical box.
  • • expedition
  • • Liaison officer
  • • All staffs salary, foods, clothing and insurance
  • • All essential climbing gears
  • • Emergency oxygen-mask & regulator (need to pay as per usages)
  • • Solar panel for batteries charging & lighting in base camp
  • • Satellite Phone (Need to pay as per usages per minute)
  • • Welcome and farewell dinner in Kathmandu
  • • All applicable TAX, VAT and necessary paperwork

Cost Excludes

  • • Personal Climbing gear
  • • Your climbing insurance
  • • Bar and Beverage bills
  • • All personal nature expenses
  • • TIPS for staffs
  • • Refundable garbage deposit
  • • Extra night hotel in Kathmandu.
  • • Sightseeing and activities in Kathmandu.

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-One of the technical Mountain to Climb, avalanche-prone area section that makes difficult to climb

Hard sections of 50 degree’s raise to reach the Baruntse with a lot of ridges

-Only recommended the experienced climber with companion skillful sherpa guide to the Baruntse. located between Mount Everest and Mount Makalu  Region.

Require skillful climber with previous technical mountain climbing experience.

-Mt. Baruntse climbing has avalanche risk area too, need skillful technical climber.

Weather depends on Baruntse Expedition. It requires a few extra days for climbing.

Mt. Baruntse expedition has many ridges on the way of the summit, need ice screw with full climbing equipment.

-To climb Baruntse need well-trained experience Sherpa climber to make your successful summit.

-Good insurance needed to arrange this expedition.

-Must need all fresh and good equipment

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Price From USD $ 8,950/person
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Total $ 8,950 USD

Trip Facts

  • 40 Day(s)
  • Hard
  • 7129
  • April / May / October ,
  • Tea house and camping
  • Aeroplane
  • 1+
  • Trekking , mountaineering

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Mt. Baruntse Expedition