Mt. Baruntse 7129m is technically one of the most challenging peak to climb in the entire world. The peak climbed by Coil Todd and Geoff Harrow in the first in 1954. Mt. Baruntse is tucked in between two Himalayan giants Mt. Everest and Makalu Mountain. Most of the climbers accomplished the expedition to the top of Mt. Baruntse climbed via the trail on southwest ridge. Our Expedition also treads the same popular climbing route. However, the peak has also been conquered through the trails of Arun Valley that stretches to Makalu Base Camp
The Baruntse Expedition begins with the scenic flight to Lukla. Almost two weeks of trek acclimatizing and exploring the natural and cultural delights of Everest Region we can to the Base Camp of Baruntse. On our acclimatization process, we bother to explore the sacred Paach Pokhari 5200m , which lies in the close proximity to Baruntse Base Camp.
The steep section of ice cliffs that incline at 50 degree with the high risk of avalanche. Climbers are suggested to climb this beautiful peak during spring which has the ideal weather for Baruntse Expedition. Autumn is also a wonderful season for undertaking this adventurous feat.
Our expert mountain guides, top-notch trekking gears and equipment and throughout communication for the timely backup could make your Baruntse Expedition in Nepal the most thrilling and memorable alpine adventure in the Himalayas.
Best Time to Climb Baruntse
However, Autumn and Spring is the best time for this beautiful snowy peak to climb.
5/5 - Excellent
- Trip Code: NFH
- Trip Type: Climbing
- Start/End: Kathmandu - Kathmandu
- Group Size: From Single
- Accommodation: Tea House, Camping
- Best Season:
- Daily Walking Hour: 5 to 9 Hours
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The given prices is per person and exclude international flights. Fixed departure dates available for online booking. If the given date is not favorable for you, please contact us and we will happily customize your trip on dates more appropriate for you.