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Kanchenjunga (59 Days)

Mr Mingma sherpa Kanchenjunga camp 2
Mr Mingma sherpa Kanchenjunga camp 2
Managing Director Of Seven Summit Treks Mr Mingma Sherpa Kanchenjunga(8586m) Summit 20 may 2011
Managing Director Of Seven Summit Treks Mr Mingma Sherpa Kanchenjunga(8586m) Summit 20 may 2011
Kanchenjunga Expedition
Kanchenjunga Expedition
Seven summit Team Kanchenjunga Summit 2012
Seven summit Team Kanchenjunga Summit 2012
Kanchanjunga (8586m) range in the extreme north-west of Nepal is aligned north to south along the Nepal-Sikkim border. Thus, Kanchenjunga, the world's third highest peak is the most southerly of the major Himalayan peaks and its proximity to the old hill resort of Darjeeling made it one of the better known mountains during the initial phase of Himalayan exploration.

Trekking route of Kanchenjunga is drained by Tamur River that meets Arun below Mulghat. The river is fed by numerous glaciers. The glaciers north of the main peak are clockwise Nupchu, Lhonak, Chichima, Gimsung, Pyramid, Kanchenjunga and Ramtang. West and south of the main peak are Kumbhakarna (Jannu), Yamatari and Yalung glaciers. The Kanchangunga area has a profusion of high summits of which three are above 8,000m. & 11 above 7,000m.

Kangbachen (4038) in Ghunsa valley and Walungchung (3,200m) in Tamur valley are the highest settlements in the area. The latter was an important trading centre between Darjeeling and across Tipta La in Tibet. Access to Kanchenjunga area is road link to Basantapur or through Taplejung bazaar that has direct air link with Biratnagar. There is also a fair weather road from Ilam and traverses Milke Danda. The area is rich with vegetation, particularly variety of rhododendrons.
Fixed Departure:
Start Date: 07 April 2017
End Date: 30 May 2017
Price: $00
Country: -› Nepal
Duration: -› 59 Days
Min. Altitude: -› (0m./0ft.)
Max. Altitude: -› (8586m./28169ft.)
Walking Per Day: -› Approximately 5-6hrs
Nature: -› Camping
Grade: -› Hard
Best Season: -› Mar-May-Jun.
Price Per Person: -› $00
Day 01: Arrival in Katmandu and transfer to hotel

Day 02- 04: Climbing Preparation days in Kathmandu

Day 05: Drive to Phidim  Overnight in camp

Day 06: Stay in Phidim for arrangement of porters

Day 07: Trek to Panchami. Overnight in Camp

Day 08: Trek to Doban. Overnight in Camp

Day 09: Trek to Khewang. Overnight in Camp

Day 10: Trek to Yamphudin. Overnight in Camp

Day 11: Trek to Amje Khola. Overnight in Camp

Day 12: Trek to Toronto. Overnight in Camp

Day 13: Trek to Tseram. Overnight in Camp

Day 14: Trek to Ramje. Overnight in Camp

Day 15: Rest day Ramje

Day 16: Trek to Glacier Camp. Overnight in Camp

Day 17: Trek to Kanchenjunga B.C

Day 18 - 19: Free times at B.C. for acclimatization

Day 20 - 50: Climbing Period

Day 51: Return treks to Ramje. Overnight in Camp

Day 52: Trek to Amje Khola. Overnight in Camp

Day 53: Trek to Yamphudin. Overnight in Camp

Day 54: Trek to Khewang. Overnight in Camp

Day 55: Trek to Panchami. Overnight in Camp

Day 56: Trek to Ghopetar. Overnight in Camp

Day 57: Drive from Gopetar to Kathmandu. Transfer to hotel

Day 58: Stay in Kathmandu

Day 59: Final Departure to the Airport

Kanchenjunga   (8586m)
Name of Group: Seven Summit Kanchenjunga  expedition 2017 spring
For: Expedition Cost: Full Board Cost :$.......  BC Service Cost:$.......                     

Price Includes 
(01) Arrival & Departure :
Airport transfers-Airport/Hotel/Airport   
(02) Hotel In Kathmandu  :
4 nights in Katmandu 5 star Hotel on bed & breakfast Basis-Double Room      
(03) Member transportion :
Kathmandu-Badarpur  by air  Badarpur  to  Khambudingma  by jeep khambudinma  to Badarpur by jeep  Badarpur to-Kathmandu (by  air ) Nepals staff KTM to Khambudingma to KTM By bus
(04) Transportation:
Necessary all equipment Transportation  for all Member and Staffs  From Kathmandu-to lete (by bus) –Base camp(by Porters)- base camp to lete (by porters)lete to  Kathmandu(by bus)

(05) Permit :
Kanchenjunga  expedition permit , National park & TIMS permit.       
(06) Garbage Management :Stool Shipment Transfer & Garbage Deposit fees 

(07) Lodging & Fooding : Food 3 meals a day in Trekking & Base camp for member & Staffs   

(08) Cargo Clearance : International Air cargo clearance of Member Personal Luggage & Payment of Government taxes 

(09) Liaison Officer : 1 Government Liaison officer with full equipment, salary ,accommodation .

(10) Base Camp Staff :
 Base camp Cook &  kitchen Helper
(11) Porter :
Porters per member up to Base camp & Porters return from Base camp 

 (12) Staff Salary and allowance : All Nepali staffs & porters daily wages, equipment, food & clothing

(13) Insurance :
All Staffs Medical & Emergency rescue Insurance 
(14) Member Luggage :
60 Kg per member for personal baggage
(15) Base Tent :
VE25 North face or Kailas  tents for base camp for per member  
(16) Base Base equipment : Base camp foam mattresses, dinning, Kitchen, Toilet & Store tents, hot shower, Tables & chairs & Cooking gears

(17) Heater : Heater for base camp in each Dining and other necessary camp

(18) Light : 1 Solar panel for battery charge and light at base camp for use.

(19) Dinner:  one Farewell Dinner in tourist standard restaurant in Kathmandu  with Nepalese Staff

  (01-19) Base camp service

(20) Oxygen: (O2)-Poisk cylinder: 02 oxygen bottle  for each member and 01 oxygen bottle for each high altitude Sherpa

(21) Mask & Regulator :
1 Set of top Out mask for each member and high altitude Sherpa
(22) Permit : Satellite Phone /walkie talkie    Phone if necessary in basis of Member

(23) High Altitude Climbing Sherpa:
1 Climbing Sherpa per member  and Climbing Bonus U$ 

(24) High camp service  :
Necessary cooking gas,  cooking pot  for member, high altitude Sherpa, high altitude  tent, high food  and fixing gear  (C1) (C2) (C3) (C4)

  (01-24) full board service                   

Price Excludes
(01) Lunch & Dinner:
Lunch & dinner in Katmandu Hotel stay and more then 4 nights in Kathmandu Hotel 

(02) Insurance :
Travel and high altitude insurance ,accident, medical & emergency evacuation  

(03) Personal Expenses: T
elephone, Internet,  Laundry, any Alcoholic beverages, personal equipment and shopping  

(04) Nepal's
Visa: Nepali Visa fee US$ 40 per person for 30 days ( to be applied for 60 days (USD$ 100)  

(05) Sherpa summit Bonus & Tips :
Sherpa Summit bonus US$1000 , please  calculate some tips    

(06) Rescue Evacuation :
Emergency rescue evacuation cost, if needed and all other personal nature expenses     

Member Personal Equipment
S/No Particular Qty
(1) Down suits (dangri) 1
(2) Summit shoe 1
(3) Walking shoe 1
(4) Crampon 1
(5) Summit Glove (Mitten) 1
(6) Normal gloves 2
(7) Summit Snow goggles 1
(8) Glacier glasses 1
(9) Ice axe 1
(10) Harness 1
(11) jumer 1
(12) Carabiners (normal) 3
(13) Sleeping bag (-40C) 1
(14) Down filled Mattress 1
(15) Summit socks 2
(16) Normal socks 3
(17) Climbing bag (40 ltr) 1
(18) Helmet 1
(19) Down jacket 1
(20) Down trouser 1
(21) 8 finger / descender 1
(22) Headlamp (Icon or Spot) 1
(23) Gore-tex jacket 1
(24) Gore-tex trouser 1
(25) Fleece jacket 1
(26) Fleece trouser 1
(27) Fleece liner gloves 3
(28) Screw Gate Carabiner 1
(29) Balaclava (windstopper) 1
(30) Thermos bottle 1
(31) Base layer (woolen) 2 (set)
(32) Water bottle normal 1

Climbing Gears
S/No Particular
(1) Ice crews
(2) Fix rope
(3) snow bars
(4) EPI gas
(5) Rock piton
(6) Carabiners (normal)
(7) High tent
(8) Summit rope
(9) Cooking pot
(10) Snow shovel
(12) Ice hammer / adge (set)
(13) Member high food
(14) Oxygen
(15) Mask & regulator
(16) Quick Draws


2011 – SPRING:

We organized our first expedition to Mt. Kanchenjunga in 2011/Spring. The name of this expedition was “Seven Summit International Kanchenjunga Expedition – 2011/Spring”. The members of this expedition were from China, America, Spain and Iran. Mr. Mingma Sherpa, Managing Director was there with them and he completed his 14 peaks ending from Kanchenjunga. Along with Mr. Mingma and Mr Chhang Dawa sherpa with 22 people reached to the summit and it was the first record to reach more number of people to the summit at the same season and the same year. The expedition was organized very safely and in managed way so that there was no any accident.


2012 – SPRING:

In 2012/ spring we organized “Children Kanchenjunga Expedition – 2012/spring” with 7 Indian children members supported by 7 strong Sherpa. They were able to reach up to 8200 meters altitude. There was no any accident. And they were unable to reach to the summit due to bad weather.



In 2012/ October we organized another expedition named as “Indian Kanchenjunga Expedition – 2012/October”. There were 7 Indian members and 7 Supporting Sherpa. They were able to reach up to 8000 meters height and there were no any accidents.  They were unable to reach to the summit because of vey bad weather in the spot.



In 2013/ spring we had organized “Seven Summit International Kanchenjunga Expedition”. This was the expedition that we organized with huge members to Kanchenjunga. There were 14 climbing members along with some trekking members. The members were from Korea, China, Spain and Hungary. Ten people were able to reach to the summit though the weather was very bad. There was terrible accident in this expedition. We lost our one of the good Sherpa along with 2 Hungarian and 1 Korean member. The main reason of accident is tough weather. According to our Guide and Team leader Mr. Oscar the weather was very bad while returning back after summit. Also another reason for  accident was insufficient manpower and late attempt to the summit.


Map of Kanchenjunga
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belgian gasherbrum expe 2013 was supported by SST and Arnold Coster. thanks guys for your profession...
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