Kanchenjunga North & South Trek - 30 days


The Tourism industry of Nepal is considered as the highest number of trekkers in the world. It has thousands of trekkers every season to trekking around the Himalayas and its surrounding, regardless to individuals trekkers/back packers/organized group. But still there are some area/region that though welcomes trekker to explore their virgin nature and environment, but still the individual trekker or small group cannot make it, due to the remoteness of the region, poor infrastructure, drawn-out government formalities and etc. Even though one has keen interest, has to suppress his/her wish.

In consideration of these reasons and request from our various valuable clients, we has come up with some FIX DEPARTURE TREK and TOUR to meet the request of our individual clients and small groups. Our fix departure trek offers you an opportunity to trek around this pure nature and its remote settlements, which are still restricted for the individual trekkers and have to be organized trek.


Kachenjunga (28198? & treasures of the snow) is the third height mountain in the world and was first climb by the British in 1956.Lying on the Nepal ? Sikkim borders, the lush landscape of the Kanchenjunga area is an ideal environment for musk beer, blue sheep and the infamous yeti. Few westerners have traveled to this remote area.

Kanchenjunga, regarded as the 'Queen of the great Himalayas', encompasses the mountain ridges of South Peak (8491m), Central Peak (8478m), and Main Peak (8556m), Yalung Kang, Kambachen and Jannu. It stretches southward from Jonsang La to Langpo Peak, Pyramid Peak, and Nepal Peak - all on India's border. It continues further from Talung Peak and Kabru North and South Peaks to the Twin Peaks of Rathong and Kokthan. To the west of Jonsang La, on Tibet's borders, are Jongsang Peak, Outlier, Lashar, Chabuk, and Ohnmi Kangri. Further south lie Nupchu and Sharpu. This, then, is the Kangchenjunga Region, which is also called as the "GREAT SNOW MOUNTAIN OF FIVE TREASURES".

The trek to Kanchenjunga is a long course and offers one of the best high altitude trekking trips, leading the famous peaks of eastern Nepal as Kanchenjunga and mysterious Jannu via the enormous Yalung Glacier. It also allows a trip to Lamsang La and Kanchenjunga glacier. The view of Kanchenjunga range and Kanchenjunga (8556m) the third highest in the world, from the north base camp is simply breathtaking and unforgettable, as is the north face of Jannu, a worthy destination itself. The trail goes from the Sub Tropical lowlands up to the Yalung Glacier 5000 m, enable the trekkers to experience a diverse cross section of topography, people, culture and fauna and flora. It is great mountain range that includes 4 peaks of above eight thousands meters and 18 over 7000m. Set in a remote wilderness, inhabited by a few nomadic yak herders, this region has much to offer the adventurous trekkers who are looking for something different.

We will fly from KTM to Suketar airfield of Taplejung district. From suketar we will began out trek, following a route alone a ridge top towards the Tamour River where we will enjoy panoramic views of the Makalu(27825?) and Chamlung(24000?) peaks. We will continue through forests and rhododendron thickets and soon the Kanchenjunga range will arrear. Our route will continue up the Tamour river through the Limbu villages to the terraced mountainside village of Amjilassa and the legendry Sherpa village of Ghunsa(11400?). We will visit the monastery there and soon have our first glimpse of a sea of unclimbed peaks including the Jannu(25289?), known as a ?mystery peak? or ?Terror ?. We will trek to the edge of the Kanchenjunga glacier and after crossing the lateral moraine, we will cut across at this junction and arrive at our campsite at Lhonak, an undisturbed landscape of unspeakable beauty.

After a couple of days of rest and exploration at Lhonak, including a day trip to pangpema (16900?) to see the north face of Kanchenjunga , we will head south to Yalung glacier. We will cross of two passes, the Lapsang La (16700?) or Margin La(15300?) depending on which is the safest at the time, into the Simbua Khola valley and camp at Ramche (14000?). We will rest and explore the Yalung Glacier and the southern face of Kanchenjunga , then begin out trek back to hile. If you making this trip in the fall, you will be treated to the site (and taste) of orange everywhere. On our last night of camping, we will celebrate with our sherpas and porters the completion of our trek together. Your dream of seeing one of the most remote lands in the world will be fulfilled.

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