The Mount Baruntse Expedition 7,129 m is the snow peak ,situated at the heart of the Everest region which is surrounded by the popular peaks of the World such as Mt. Everest, Mt Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Chamlang, Mt Amadablam and Mt Mera Peak etc of the Himalayas of Nepal. It is one of the few peaks that has high rate of success of ascent on usual route. It approaches to the mountain follows the Mera Peak Climbing up to Mera-La then to Baruntse Base Camp 5,250 m. The approach to the mountain pursues the Mera Peak trek up to the Mera La and Baruntse Base Camp 5,250 m. Its route is not technically demanding and basically an effortless climbing on snow and ice with some section of over hangings. Generally, there are two camps above the Base Camp of Baruntse climbing. These two camps such as camp I (5,700 m) is set up just below East Col & camp II (6,420 m) on the southeast ridge. Mainly three camps are set in the approach above the base camp for climbing. Our usual way is classic South-East ridge for climbing. The summit from Pumori offers superb panoramic views of snowy mountains which will be a great perception for mountaineers. It would become the most satisfying challenge in the Himalayan and provides other side of beautiful view of Lhotse, Nuptse and Everest.
Colin Todd and Geoff Harrow successfully climbed the Baruntse peak in 1954 May 30th. The South -East Ridge of Baruntse is little bit difficult because of having straightforward difficult ways to ascend. There are hard section of 50 Degree elevations with a prominent ice cliff to be ascended facing the risk of avalanche, so that climbers have succeeded the mountain only during the spring season. But even at autumn season climbers are able to reach on its top. Baruntse Expedition tailored itinerary has been carefully designed to allow for gradual ascends and proper acclimatization by our expert climbing guides Sherpa for Baruntse Expedition during spring and autumn.
We are delighted to share some exciting news regarding our Baruntse Expedition packages for those adventure lovers, who wants to climb Mount Baruntse. We are a team of good health and high spirits for the expedition providing an exceptional prospect for adventure seekers to conquer the magnificent Baruntse Expeditions.
Throughout the camping period, our guests have access to unlimited food, tea, and coffee to keep you eager and refreshed. We ensure the availability of hot water for your convenience.
Our comprehensive service includes meals, necessary equipment, and comfortable accommodation for the experienced and professional team staff who will accompany you on this thrilling expedition.
We prioritize your comfort, which is why Base Camp will be equipped with essential shower and toilet tents to ensure a pleasant and hygienic stay.
Each member of the expedition team will have their individual tent, while our Sherpa will share tents. These tents are provided to guarantee your comfort and privacy throughout the journey.
Base Camp will be equipped with solar panels and a generator to ensure a continuous power supply for sufficient lighting and charging facilities for your electronic devices.
A skilled and experienced cook will prepare freshly cooked and nutritious breakfast, lunch, and dinner, along with tea or coffee in Base Camp to keep you fueled and satisfied.
Additional solar panels with batteries will be available in Base Camp to ensure sufficient lighting and device charging facilities for your convenience.
Your safety is our priority, and thus, we have included first aid medical kits to address any minor medical needs of the entire group and staff during the expedition.
Don't miss this incredible opportunity to embark on a Baruntse Expedition of a lifetime with us. For booking inquiries and further information, please feel free to reach out to us. We look forward to partnering with your honored agency and welcoming adventure enthusiasts to experience the magic of the Himalayas.
Baruntse Expedition climbing permit preparation in Kathmandu overnight at Hotel with Breakfast
Fly to Lukla 2840 m 35 minutes overnight at Lodge
Trek to Chutanga 3220 m 4 hours overnight at Lodge
Trek via to Zetra La pass 4610 m then Thulikharka 4300 m 6 hours overnight at Lodge
Trek to Mosom kharka 3691 m 6 hours overnight at Lodge
Trek to Tangnag (Thangnak) 4356 m 6 hours overnight at Lodge
Acclimatization, explore the surrounding area overnight at Lodge
Trek to Khare 5000 m 4 to 5 hours overnight at Lodge
Rest for climbing preparation day overnight at Tent
Trek via Mera-la 5350 m then Mera High Camp 5780 m 5 to 6 hours overnight Tent
Climbing to Mera Peak Summit 6461 m back to Khongmadingma 5050 m 10 hours overnight at Tent
Rest at Khongmadingma overnight at Tent
Trek to Seto Pokhari 5189 m 6 hours overnight at Tent
Trek to Baruntse Base camp 5400 m 4 to 5hours overnight at Tent
Rest or acclimatization day Baruntse Base Camp overnight at Tent
Climbing preparation day Baruntse Base Camp overnight at Tent
Climbing to (C1) 6143 m 6 to 7 hours overnight at Tent
Climbing to Camp (C2) 6752 m 4 to 5 hours overnight at Tent
Extra day for if in-case in bad weather, we could be wait one more day to try again our desire and overnight at Tent
Climb to Baruntse summit 7152 m, 9 to 10 hours back to Base camp overnight at Tent
Trek to Amaphulapcha Base camp 5484 m 5 to 6 hours overnight at Tent
Trek via Amphulapcha 5839 m then Imjathtsho Base Camp 5010 m 7 to 8 hours overnight at Tent
Trek to Dinboche 4410 m 5 to 6 hours overnight at Lodge
Trek to Tengboche 3860 m 5 hours overnight at Lodge
Trek to Namche Bazar 3440 m 5 to 6 hours overnight at Lodge
Trek to Lukla 2827 m 5 to 6hours overnight at Lodge
Fly back to Kathmandu overnight at Hotel with Breakfast
Free day in Kathmandu evening Farewell diner in Nepali typical restaurant overnight at Hotel with Breakfast
Departure to the airport for your final destination to return
The trip cost will be very depending on the group size, duration of days and Services required please contact us via our email:firstname.lastname@example.org with your details to obtain a quote.
|No of Pax||Total Cos Per Person Basis||US Dollars|
|2||Per Person||US $ 8500|
|3 to 4||Per Person||US $ 8100|
|5 to 6||Per Person||US $ 7900|
|7 to 8||Per Person||US $ 7500|
Mount Baruntse Expedition Climbing is the best in Autumn September to November would be best suitable time for Baruntse Expedition and Second preferable Season will be spring end of March to till end of May best choice in two different seasons in doing an adventure of Baruntse expedition in Makalu Barun region.
Mr. David is the first successful climber from Himalayan Magic Treks we should tell you the truth for the any expedition in the mountains you must feel good and positive way also another point you should have enough time to climbing during expedition period because of Bad weather, insufficient crew there will be a part of unsuccessful point so do not look cheaper organization and short period of time could be happen anything in the mountains so you must be prepared every step of adventure our team will lead to complete your dream come true.
Mount Baruntse Expedition in winter (December to February)
Winter is definitely for the more experienced trekker. The weather is unpredictable, and trails can change in hours due to snow. The sky will most likely be clear, and the scenery changes daily as snow drifts in. On the positive side, fewer trekkers will be on the trail and lodges. But if this is for you, let’s discuss the possibilities as lodges often close for the winter as locals go down to lower altitudes to wait out the cold so honestly inform you everyone winter is impossible for high mountains above 7000 meters climb because of high risk so choose the best time of the year Autumn for Baruntse Expedition recommendable.
S/No Particular Qty
Down suits (dangri) 1
Summit shoe 1
Walking shoe 1
Summit Glove (Mitten) 1
Normal gloves 2
Summit Snow goggles 1
Glacier glasses 1
Ice axe 1
Carabiners (normal) 3
Sleeping bag (-40C) 1
Down filled Mattress 1
Summit socks 2
Normal socks 3
Climbing bag (40 ltr) 1
Down jacket 1
Down trouser 1
8 finger / descender 1
Headlamp (Icon or Spot) 1
Gore-tex jacket 1
Gore-tex trouser 1
Fleece jacket 1
Fleece trouser 1
Fleece liner gloves 3
Screw Gate Carabiner 1
Balaclava (windstopper) 1
Thermos bottle 1
Base layer (woolen) 2 (set)
Water bottle normal 1
Ice hammer / adge (set)
Member high food
Mask & regulator