Nirekha Peak Climbing

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Nirekha Peak Climbing

Nirekha (6,159 m) is located in khumbu region close to well known Cho La crossing between Gokyo lobuche. This peak lies just west of Lobuche west.

It's a great route for experienced alpine climbers. The ascent is mostly on ice and snow but demands good fitness and acclimatization as most of the difficult climbing is above 5,800 m.

Though the peak can be reached via the valley above Dragnag on the rout to Cho La pass, it is easier and safer to start at Kanchung Base Camp (5,250) near the Gaunara Glacier.The summit is reachable in nine hours from there in good conditions.

Both routes cpnverge on the Cho La Col (5,690 m) and continue alonf the West-Ridge that consist of snow and loose rocks getting continually steeper towards the summit.There are two distinct submmits of near equal height and the South Summit is easier to reach.

Peak Facts

Permit group: A
Height: 6159 m - 20206 ft
Laittude: 27.95950000
Longitude: 86.78994400
Location: khumbu
Duration: 21Days

Outline Itinerary

Days 1-9: Fly to Lukla from Kathmandu Trek to Namche Bazaar and on towards Gokyo and towards its beautiful lakes. After the crossing the Cho La (pass) with its incredible views of Everest , descends to Dragnag then Kanchung Base Camp.
Days 10-14: Climbing
Days 15-19: Return to Lukla and fly to Kathmandu.The itinerary can easily be made longer to include a visit to Everest Base camp.

Further More Information

We tried make more informative to our website contains as much information as possible. However, if you have question or wish to be clear any aspect of this trip please contact us by e-mail or feel free directly talk to with us at : Telephone: +977-1-4216521, cell: 9851085386 (Gupta Bhandari)


Nirekha Peak Climbing

Day to Day Itinerary

Day 01: Arrived to Kathmandu (1300 meter)

Upon arrival at Tribhuvan international airport in Kathmandu, you will be greeted by of our representatives, who will bring you to your hotel. After you have been settled in at your hotel, our representative will brief you in detail about your travel itinerary. After which, you will be taken on a stroll of the local market. In the evening, we offer you a welcome dinner at a Nepalese restaurant with Nepalese traditional cultural program.

Day 02: Kathmandu City Tour (1300 meter)

Today, you will be taken on an interesting guided tour of Kathmandu city, you will visit historical monuments and religious holy places like temples, Stupas and durbar squares. The rest of the time, we will spend in preparation for

Day 03: Kathmandu to Lukla and Monju

Pass directly through the village of lukla and follow the path to Namache. The first village after Lukla is Chhpelung, and and further down the trail, you will pass through Ghat and Phakding. Both these villages have a good selection for food & accommodations and are conveniently located for lunch break. However if you still have stamina, it is advisable to walk on to Monju to spend the night as this will give you a good start for the steep ascent to Namache the following morning.

Day 04: Trek to Namache Bazaar

After passing through the Sagarmatha National park entrance, the trail passes through the village of Jorsale and then along the river. You will cross two bridges before beginning the steep ascent to Namache, which can take up to three hour to complete. Be aware that there are no teahouses or lodges on this path, so ensure that you have ample water to get you to the top. You are now heading into a high altitude area and take it easy. Even the fittest people are prone to altitude sickness.

Day 05: Rest day in Namache Bazaar

Today is rest day in Namache Bazaar for altitude acclimatization in Namache. During the rest day to acclimatization, we will visit few nearest villages for cultural experience. Khumjung village (3790m) is over the hill behind the Namache bazaar and takes about 2 hours to reach. There are several sites in the village. Khunde is a short walk from Khumjung. After a steep climb, we will arrive at an airstrip. Cross this and rejoin the path at the other side. After a short distance, we will pass a stupa. Thame (3750m)is a more traditional next village on the trail, and a good place to take lunch. Thame is home to one of Khumbu’s oldest monasteries.

Day 06: Namche Bazaar to Phortse Tanga: (3680m)

From Namche climb the hill to Khumjung and descend west of the village down the broad valley leading to the Dudh Koshi. Here there is a choice of routes, the Yak trail which climbs gently, but traverses a long distance around the ridge, or the steep staircase-like trail made of rocks embedded in the narrow cleft of a large boulder. The two trails soon rejoin and continue towards a large chorten on the ridge top at 3973m. This ridge descends from Khumbila. From the ridge at Mong the trail descends in a series of steep switchbacks down a sandy slope to the Dudhkoshi. After crossing the bridge you will reach Phortse, a small Sherpa village.

Day 07: PhortseTanga to Dole

The trail climbs steeply out of the valley through rhododendron forest, which gives way to fragrant stands of Juniper and large conifers at higher elevations. The route passes through the settlements of Tonga and Gyele (3960m) to Dole (pronounced doe-lay). The views of Khumbila and Tawachee (6542m) are tremendous throughout the day.

Day 08: Dole to Machhermo (4470m)

From Dole the trail climbs via Lhabarma at 4220m to Luza at 4360m. The path is steep in most places as it climbs through scrub to Lhabarma. The track continues to climb along the side of the valley high above the river, crossing sandy spurs to reach Machermo at 4410m. It was in Machermo in 1974 that one of the first Yeti sightings weas reported in Khumbu. There are three hotels and good mountain views in Machhermo.

Day 09: Machhermo to Gokyo (4790m)

Beyond Machhermo the trail climbs a ridge for an excellent view both down the valley to Kantega and up towards Cho-Oyu (8153m). Beyond the ridge the valley widens as the trail passes through Pangram at 4390m. We descend to the river bank before beginning the climb up to the terminal moraine of the Ngozumpa glacier. It is a steep climb on the moraine. Afterwards the trail levels out as it follows the valley past a second lake, known as Longponga at 4690m, then finally up a boulder-strewn path to Gokyo at 4,750m.

Day 10: Rest day at Gokyo

Early mornings climb Gokyo-Ri 5340m and return to Gokyo

Day 11: Gokyo to Thangna (4700m) (3 hours)

Day 12: Thangna to Nirekha Base Camp

Day 13: Climbing Prepration in Base Camp

Day 14: Base Camp to High Camp

Day 15: High Camp to Summit (6169m), Retun to Base Camp

Day 16: Trek to Dole (4200m)

Day 17: Trek to Namache Bazzar

Day 18: Trek to Lukla

Day 19: Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu

Fly back to Kathmandu with scenic flight of 45 minutes then transfer to hotel and rest at hotel or free day.

Day 20: Free day in Kathmandu

After brekfasr visit around Thamel (shopping area) where the locals shop so busy and fascinating. In the evening, participate in farewell dinner. Stay overnight at hotel on B.B basis Stay overnight at hotel on B.B basis.

Day 21: Departure or farewell

Today ends your Everest panorama trekking trip in Nepal. Our representative will take you to the airport 3 hour before than your departure scheduled. If you have more time you can utilize that on your choice for shopping or sightseeing. On your way home, you will have plenty of time to plan your next wonderful trip to Nepal.

Further More Information

We tried make more informative to our website contains as much information as possible. However, if you have question or wish to be clear any aspect of this trip please contact us by e-mail or feel free directly talk to with us at : Telephone: +977-1-4216521, cell: 9851085386 (Gupta Bhandari)

Nirekha Peak Climbing


Services are including on cost

All arrival and departure, airport/ hotel transfer
Accommodation as per itinerary in Kathmandu with breakfast
Welcome and farewell dinner with Nepalese culture program
Guided Kathmandu city sightseeing tour including entrance fees
Require paper document and Peak climbing permit
Food & Fuel during the trek and base camp during the climbing period
Staff: Base camp 1 Guide, 1 Cook, 1 Kitchen boy with helper
To and from transportation for Member and staffs
Equipment allowance, daily allowance for climbing staffs
Expedition insurance for Nepalese staff
Expedition equipment Tent, Mattresses during the climbing period
Three meals a day (Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner) tea/ coffee during the trek
Teahouse/ Lodge accommodation during the trek
An experienced English speaking trekking guide including his flight, salary, A first Aid
Medical kit box and route map
All government tax and local taxes

Services are not include on cost

International flight ticket to and from Kathmandu
Nepalese visa fee
Lunch and dinner in (city) Kathmandu
Personal equipment for climbing
Personal Insurance of Climber
Emergency evacuation service
Climbing food, Gas & stove
Radio Permit (if you need)
Personal expenses (bar bills, laundry, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle water or boiled water, shower etc)
Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure and early return from the mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary.

Further More Information

We tried make more informative to our website contains as much information as possible. However, if you have question or wish to be clear any aspect of this trip please contact us by e-mail or feel free directly talk to with us at : Telephone: +977-1-4216521, cell: 9851085386 (Gupta Bhandari)


Nirekha Peak Climbing

Climbing Useful Information

Safe Trekking Arrangements

our principle is first safety than success so kindly request to all our trekkers, when you start the trip, do not walk alone, always follow the group, do not make ostentatious display of valuable possessions and do not leave lodge door unlocked. Always follows the rules of Acute Mountain Sickness.

Food & Accommodation

During the trek, all accommodations will be on twin sharing basis. However, teahouse / lodges of some places only have shared washing and toilet facilities and food will be provided at lodge chose from menu, all types of international cuisine including typical Nepali food. As the trail goes up the water, prices increase. It is possible to use water purification tablets as option.

Acclimatization & Altitude Sickness

To enable all expedition members to acclimatize well and so maximize their chance of success, our expedition programmers are prepared with enough time for acclimatization. The atmospheric pressure at base camp is half that at sea level. Sometimes travelers face health hazards mainly due to the high altitude. Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is a frequent problem in the Himalayan region. It can affect a climber is various ways that have little to do with age, sex or physical fitness. The best treatment is prevention. Do not exert yourself or walk too fast. Drink plenty of liquid, eat well and watch for warning signs. If you have a history of respiratory and heart problem please consult your doctor before embarking on any one of our trips.

Experience Required

All team members need to be in excellent physical condition if they are to have a realistic chance of staying strong right up to the summit. Peak climbing is a tough test of endurance; both physical and psychological, so you need to make sure that you are prepared for the effort required to sustain the duration of the expedition.

Our Team

Our guides are trained professional and extensive past high-altitude guiding experience that will increase your chances of success. Our Team is one of the best high-altitude climbing support teams on the mountain. Our staffs have worked with us for many years to ensure quality and dependable performance.

Travel Insurance

We strongly suggest to be insured for any of our trips that be protected against comprehensive expenses potential to incur due to medical issue or accidents include helicopter rescue and treatment cost. Please be noted that we do not arrange or sell insurance.

When to visit

The best period for the expedition is during spring (Late March to early May) and autumn (Late September to early November). During these periods, the sky is clear, the passes are free of snow and the views are excellent. Furthermore, there is not much snow and the days are clearer and less windy making it appropriate for climbing.

Risk and Liability

Destination Management Inc means safety, reliability and the professional personnel to ensure your convenience at all times. However sometimes unforeseen circumstances like landslides, floods, bad weather, bad road condition, vehicle breakdown, delay in flights due to bad weather, local political situation could contribute to the change in the program. No claim of refund will be entertained including early return from the trip, or change in itinerary due to unavoidable situations as stated above. All extra expenses that occur in such cases should be borne directly by the clients themselves.

Medical Kit

Though we provide a comprehensive medical kit it is better if you carry a simple but adequate medical kit without taking much space in your baggage. The following is recommended as tried and tested list of items.
• Asprin or Panadol
• Antihistamine
• Antibiotics
• Kaolin preparation
• Rehydration mixture
• Antibiotic powder or dry spray
• Bandages and Band-Aids
• Thermometer
• Sun block, sun tan lotion, lip balm
• Throat Lozenges
• Moleskin
• Sulamyd 10% eye drops.
• Acetaminophen (paracetamol)
• Antacid tablets

Gears and Equipments

• Plastic Boots, Gaiter, Fixed Rope.
• Crampons, Ice Axe, Harness.
• Karabiner, Main Rope
• Jumar - 1 pc, Snow Bar
• Helmet, Ice screw
• Propane and butane gas with burner
• Aerosol, Oxygen with mask and regulator
• Equipment checklist, Down jacket
• Strong, comfortable walking shoes for the trek
• Thermal undergarments like long johns, underwear, vest
• Sunglasses, Warm clothes
• Trekking boots (only for treks)
• Climbing boots including Koflasch
• Heavy socks, Balaclava/ warm cap/ hat
• Scarf/ mask, Walking sticks/ ski poles (only for treks)
• Windbreakers/ jacket
• Flashlight, Rain gear/ umbrella
• Sunscreen/ lip balm, Down sleeping bag
• Water bottle, Moisturizing lotion
• Toilet paper, A knife with a can opener
• High altitude VE 25 tents
• Oxygen with regulator and mask
• High altitude fuel like propane/ butane gas, burners, aerosol
• High altitude food, Equipment

Further More Information

We tried make more informative to our website contains as much information as possible. However, if you have question or wish to be clear any aspect of this trip please contact us by e-mail or feel free directly talk to with us at : Telephone: +977-1-4216521, cell: 9851085386 (Gupta Bhandari)
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Kathmandu, Nepal
P.O. Box: 23964
Tel: +977-1-4216521
Cell +977-9851085386