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TREK DU KANGCHENJUNGA AVEC  ASCENSION DU PANGPEMA EAST     PEAK (6100 m)                                             

Code: SATNT62
Starting from:
  Suketar

Ending at:Suketar
Grade:    Moderate to Strenuous/High Alpine passes

Culture: Mixed
Himalayan sights: Kangchenjunga all, Jugal Himal & Makalu Himal etc…
Mode of trekking: Camping only
Most attraction of the trek: A challenging special trekking remote eastern Nepal with Himalayan view
Normal Departures: Mar-May, September-November

The Kanchanjunga massif with its myriad glacier systems, high pass crossings and vast untracked foothills offers the opportunity for almost endless exploration. This trek is best in early autumn or late spring. We ascend from Hille through terraced fields and through rhododendron forest to the high Milke Danda ridge (4500m). There are fine views of four of the world’s highest peaks Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8516m), Makalu (8463m) and Kanchanjunga (8537m). From Taplejung village our route takes us up and over the 3484m pass at Lashi tan to remarkable view point Khumbakarna and Kabru (7310m) tower over us just short distance away across the Yalung glacier. The Peaks of the Kanchanjunga massif are our constant companion as we cross several passes to Gunsa village and descend the valley and take a west ward trail back to Taplejung and fly to Kathmandu.












Kangchenjunga South & North Base camp trek Fixed Departure 2013

Days Stage Date-2013 Outline itinerary Overnight
1   18-Oct Depart home country  ……….
2   19-Oct Arrival Kathmandu, meet and transfer to hotel Hotel
3   20-Oct Fly Kathmandu to Biratnagar (700 m) – Free afternoon. Hotel
4 1 21-Oct Fly to Suketar (2400m), Taplejung– meet trek staff – Trek to Chhirwa– 3-4 h walk. Camp
5 2 22-Oct Trek Sekathom.. Approx 5-6h walk. Camp
6 3 23-Oct Trek to Amjelesha. Approx 6h walk. Camp
7 4 24-Oct Trek to Gyapla. Approx 6 h walk. Camp
8 5 25-Oct Trek to Ghunsa (3300 m). Approx 5h walk. Camp
9 6 26-Oct Rest in Ghunsa, Camp
10 7 27-Oct Trek to Khambachen (3930 m). Approx 5h walk.  Camp
11 8 28-Oct Rest in Kambachen. Camp
12 9 29-Oct Trek to Lhonak (4580 m). 3hrs walk. Camp
13 10 30-Oct Trek to Pangpema (Kangchenjunag North Base camp).(about 5000 m). Camp
14 11 31-Oct Exploration around Pangpema. Camp
15 12 1-Nov Return trek to Khambachen. 4hrs. Camp
16 13 2-Nov Trek to Ghunsa. 2-3hrs Camp
17 14 3-Nov Trek to Selele. 5hrs walk. Camp
18 15 4-Nov Cross Simion La (4600 m), Mirgin La (4620 m) to Tseram. 6hrs walk. Camp
19 16 5-Nov Trek to Ramche. 4-5hrs walk Camp
20 17 6-Nov At Ramche, explore around the Kangchenjunga South Base camp area and return to Ramche for Overnight stay. Camp
21 18 7-Nov Lunch at Tseram and return to Torongdang. 5-6h walk.  Camp
22 19 8-Nov Trek to Yamphuding 7 hrs walk.. Camp
23 20 9-Nov Trek to Pumphe. 5-6hr walk. Camp
24 21 10-Nov Trek to Kade Bhanjyang. Approx 5h walk.  Camp
25 22 11-Nov Trek to Lalikharka. 5h walk. Camp
26 23 12-Nov Trek to Suketar – Last night with the trekking staff and porters. Approx 3h walk. Approx 3h walk. Camp
27   13-Nov Fly morning flight Taplejung-Biratnagar & connection flight to Kathmandu via Biratnagar. Approx 2h flight. Hotel
28   14-Nov At leisure in Kathmandu / independent activities. Hotel
29   15-Nov At leisure in Kathmandu / independent activities. Hotel
30   16-Nov Transfer to airport for the international departure. Hotel
31   17-Nov Arrive home country ………….

 

Cost includes:

  • 4 Nights hotel accommodation in Kathmandu & one night in Biratnagar on twin sharing bed & breakfast basis,
  • Flight ticket: Kathmandu/Biratnagar/Taplejung/Biratnagar/Kathmadu with airport tax,
  • All food and accommodations for member and staffs throughout the trekking period as per itinerary,
  • Complete camping equipments: member tent, staff  tent, chair table, mattress, toilet tent, dining tent, mess tent with logistical cooking utensils,
  • Daily wages, insurance, shelter, cloth of sardar (Nepalese guide), sherpa staffs, cook, cook helper and porters,
  • All land transportation, transfer from airport-hotel-airport,
  • National park permit & TIMS permits,
  • 16 kg weight allowed per member for personal equipment,
  • First Aid Medical Kit (only for staff & porter),
  • Emergency helicopter rescue arrangements,

Cost excludes:

  • International flight ticket to/from Nepal,
  • Expenses of personal nature & gratitude i.e. laundry, bar bills, telephone calls, drinks and other personal communication bills, breakfast, lunch and dinner in Kathmandu,
  • Personal insurance, and emergency rescue evacuation,
  • Personal clothing,
  • Respective expenses if one returns earlier from the trip due to sickness or emergency purpose.

Trekking Gear list
Suggested Trekking Gear List for
Kangchenjunga Trekking
•    1 Sleeping Bag rated -15° -25°
•    1 Woolen warm hat
•    1 Good sun hat
•    Neck gaiter
•    Suns creams
•    Lips creams
•    1 pair of flee heavy wool mitts.
•    1 pair of fleece/ wind stopper glove
•    1 Fleece jacket
•    4 T-shirts
•    2 Cotton pants or trekking pants
•    1 Pile jacket
•    1 wind proof jacket (Goretex)
•    3-4 pieces of regular lightweight underwear.
•    2 Long underwear
•    2 Long-sleeved shirts
•    1 light Down Jacket
•    1 Light hiking good quality probably waterproof boots or trekking shoes
•    1 pair of sandle or Sport shoes or low top shoes.
•    3 pair of socks.
•    Some lightweight socks
•    1 pair of Ski or trekking poles (Optional)
•    Camera gear
•    1 Water bottle
•    Sun glasses
•    1 Daypack (34 liter)
•    Compressions stuff sacks
•    2 Trash Compactor bags
•    1 Headlamp with spare batteries and bulbs.
•    1 Swiss Army knife. Simple medium sized.
•    1 Large duffle bags with lock

Heath Consideration / Medicine
Though our Sherpa Guide/Leader will carry a comprehensive medical kit for purpose of using (especially for staffs)  during the
Kangchenjunga Trekking period, you should carry your personal medication as prescribed by your doctor. Or a Personal Medical Kit as: Diamox 250mg, Antibiotics, anti-fungal skin application, Allergy Inflammation & Itch, Antiseptic, Disinfectant for water, Diarrheal, Antibiotic drops or ointment for eye and ear, Indigestion, Nausea and Vomitting,, Painkillers, Oral Rehydration Solution, Dressing and Would Cares.

At an Emergency
We are prepared for any emergency situation during your trip anywhere in Nepal. Our Trek guide / Sirdar is trained in first aid and can deal with most of the basic ailments that are associated with this trek, but when a serious emergency occurs, then outside help is needed and such rescues are expensive therefore every trek member should have his or her own insurance arranged before coming to Nepal through a reliable insurance company right from the home country covering against Search & Rescue evacuation, hospitalization, loss and theft of goods, life insurance etc…We ask each member’s Insurance policy reference before leaving for trek from Kathmandu. All our staffs, guides and porters are well insured.  

Immunization    
At least six weeks before the departure for
Kangchenjunga Trekking you will need to consult your doctor to work out an immunization schedules relevant to the Himalayas. You should normally be immunized against Tetanus, Polio, Hepatitis A, Cholera, though you must also contact your doctor for necessary immunization details.

Dental Checks
It is most important that you have a through dental examination before commencing the
Kangchenjunga Trekking and have any necessary treatment carried out. Dental treatment on the mountain is likely to be drastic and traumatic!

More detailed information regarding Kangchenjunga Trekking gear list and other information will be provided upon confirmation of the trip.

HAVE A PLEASANT TREKKING IN THE HIMALAYAS!!!


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