Paldor Peak Climbing (16 days) - days

Overview

Paldor peak (5896m) is situated in the southeast of Ganesh Himal at the junction of the Karpu Dandas in the head of Mailung Khola, Tiru & a tributary of the Trishuli Gandaki River. It is one peak among the peak in the Ganesh Himal. While lying in a remote area it provides the interesting trekking trails to the climbers, as well as known as the ‘best trekking peak’ of Ganesh Himal region of the Nepal.

The name ‘Ganesh’ is taken from the Hindu god remembered for good luck, which has an elephant head. In this region, you could be able to see the dazzling views of lakes, magnificent view of waterfalls and great Himalayan landscapes. As well as can observe the local life style and culture of majorities of Tamang and Gurung.On a clear day, we can see the Ganesh Himal, with the icy fangs of Pabil (7,101m), Ganesh V (6,950m), Ganesh( 17,406m), logsanga Karpo(7,150m) can be seen forming an imposing backdrop to the northwest of Kathmandu. First of all, it was climbed by Peter Lloyd, Bill Tilman,  Da Namgyal & Tenzing Sherpa during the monsoon season (1949) by the North-East Ridge.

Detail Itinerary

Day 01: Kathmandu Arrival TIA (1310m) welcome by Himalayan Nepal Trek staff then Transfer to hotel on BB plan

Day 02: Paldor Peak Permit preparation and brief about climbing and then overnight at hotel.

Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Sybrubensi (1450m) and then overnight at Lodge or Tent camp.

Day 04: Sybru to Gatlang 2,240m and then overnight at Lodge or Tent camp.

Day 05: Gatlang to Somdang (3270m) via Khurpudanda pass 3,620m and then overnight at a lodge or Tent camp.

Day 06: Somdang to Jastha Khani (3700m) and then overnight at Lodge or Tent camp.

Day 07: Jastha Khani to Paldor Base Camp (4,280m) and then overnight at Tent camp.

Day 08: Paldor base camp to High camp and then overnight at Tent camp.

Day 09: Rest day at High camp for acclimatization and then overnight at Tent camp.

Day 10: Summit Paldor Peak (5,896m) to back Base Camp and then overnight at Tent camp.

Day 11: Base camp to Somdang and then overnight at Lodge.

Day 12: Somdang to Gatlang via Khurpudanda pass and then overnight at Lodge.

Day 13: Gatlang to Syabru Besi and then overnight at Lodge.

Day 14: Syprubensi to Kathmandu (1,310m) 5/6 hrs then stay at a hotel on BB plan.

Day 15: Sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley, Patan, Boudhanath, Swayambhunath and Pashupatinath & Farewell dinner with typical Nepali culture in evening stay at star label hotel on BB plan

Day 16: Departure to your onward destination.

Cost Info

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Check List

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Highlights 

AIRPORT PICKUP AND DROP

The representative will be there outside the Terminal Hall with Himalayan Nepal Trek logo along with your name thereon. You’ll then be transferred to your hotel.

TRANSPORTATION

We use a mix of native buses and taxis, non-public mini buses for city sightseeing and airport pickups and generally land cruisers for journeys into the mountains. The selection of auto will depend upon the scale of your group.

ACCOMMODATION

We book a hotel as per your preference but basically, we use 3* standard rooms in Kathmandu and Pokhara. We serve you twin sharing rooms and King bed for a couple. We use Lodges throughout the trek with twin bed room and sharing. 

SAFETY

Safety is our first priority; our team puts best effort to minimize the risk. We take care of any emergency that may occur within the path. First aid kit, oxygen bag and eventually emergency rescue via chopper are always ready just in case of an emergency. Besides we manage threat with rest days and our staffs will be there to advise you.

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

Common to experience some discomfort before you become absolutely acclimatized to the altitude. Most treks are suitable for anyone who is moderately matched. No previous experience is needed. Some cardiovascular physical fitness programs like regular walking, running, swimming and hiking are necessary to increase the performance. Participants with pre-existing medical condition or diseases should look for a medical recommendation before considering a trek.

FOOD DURING THE TREK

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner each day, as per itinerary, is enclosed. Continental, Nepali and Sherpa food from the menu.

SHOWER IN TREK

Hot shower is available during the trek at your own expense about $5

CHARGING BATTERY

Electricity will not always be available, particularly in additional remote areas. Carry a second set of charged batteries with you.

COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

During the trek, it’s not possible to get a connection every where but there are certain places throughout the trek wherever you get the surplus over internet and telecommunication. We offer you satellite phone as per your preference. You can use our guide cell phone to communicate if you don't have your own number, they welcome you anytime. 

CREDIT CARDS

You can rely on credit cards in Cities however once we tend to begin trek we solely use the cash. Ensure that you just take spare Nepalese rupees. Dollars, Euros, and Pounds will be accepted.

ADDITIONAL CASH PER DAY

15 to 20 US$ every day will be enough to shop for bottles of water, chocolates, gifts and more.

PURIFYING TABLETS AND FILTERS 

You can buy bottle of water on a trek otherwise you can bring purifying tablets and filter to avoid extra expenses of day

STORE MY STUFF

You can leave you stuffs in Katmandu with Himalayan Nepal Trek with out any extra charge.

NECESSARY DOCUMENTS

A valid Passport

Passport size photos for trekking permits

Copy of Travel insurance if you've got

Flight tickets

Emergency contact numbers for family contacts.

Visa fees are:

US$ 25/40/100 for 15 days/30 days/90 days multiple entries that are collectible solely in USD money. The maximum number of days should be included in the section about extending a trek. 

STAFFS INSURANCE

Our company ensures all of our trekking staff: Guides, Cooks, Sherpa’s and Porters. 

PORTER SERVICE

15kg of baggage per person and porter carries 30Kg. you need to carry a small day bag with personal belongings, camera, water, windproof jacket, glass and sun cream and rain clothing etc.

WEATHER

We cannot predict the atmospheric condition in the Himalayas, weather pattern keeps on changing through the day. Nights are very cold and days are higher primarily trekking in Nepal we tend to recommend during March-May and September- Gregorian calendar month. March – could that is spring season is extremely counseled, the weather is clean and favorable, we will see flowers like a shrub and a lot of Beside mountain chain Kingdom of Nepal trek welcomes you anytime.

GROUP COMPLIMENTARY

10 participants in a group – free trekking packages for one leader.

18 participants in a group – free trekking package for 2 persons.

27 participants in a group – free trekking packages for 3 persons.

 EXTRA DAY

Definitely, need a rest day to bring back our strength and maintain latitude adoption in the Himalayas. 

RECOMMENDATION 

We recommend you the following tours just before or after the trek. Tours are basically for few days to relax and jump around the cities to get closer look towards the culture and lifestyle of Nepal. All the following packages contain the cultural show which is very interesting and memorable.  

Duration: 16 Days

Accommodation: Lodge and Tent

Altitude Height: 5896 M.

Seasons: October- November, and March- April

Type: Adventure

Activities: Peak Climbing

No. of Pax: 2 to above

Maximum Access: 25/30 kg per person

Starts From: Sybrubensi

Ends at: Sybrubensi

   

Himalayan Nepal Trek

Post Box No: 10553 Kathmandu, Nepal
Phone:+977 9841405095 (Mr. Gopal Shrestha)

Email: info@himalayannepaltrek.com

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