Baruntse Peak lies in the heart of the Khumbu massif to the west of Makalu. This captivating ridge is surrounded by some of the most famous peaks of the world: Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam..........and the list continues. Baruntse is the most accessible 7000-meter peak in the region besides having a normal route of ascent, which can be guided. The first to make its summit were the already famous Hillary and Jim McFarland. The ascent route is through the southern ridge overhanging the famous West pass; this is in fact the traditional route opened by Hillary and Shipton in 1952. The regular approach begins at Lukla and takes you across the Hongu valley, one of the most fertile regions in Nepal, passing northward through a beautiful alpine environment. The walk passes through delightful Sherpa country and provides for excellent acclimatization. The Baruntse base camp is at an altitude of around 5400m and sits near the pristine lakes below Amphu Labtsa pass. The route then follows a long ridge leading to the summit. An ascent on Baruntse is an adventure for climbers wishing to meet a true Nepalese 7000 meter.


Day 01 Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel
Day 02 Document apply for Baruntse Expedition
Day 03 Preparation for expedition in Kathmandu
Day 04 Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and trek to Chutanga
Day 05 Trek Chutanga to Nau Lekha
Day 06 Trek Nau Lekha Lungsamba
Day 07 Trek Lungsamba to Thangnak
Day 08 Trek Thangnak to Khare
Day 09 Trek Khare to Mera La
Day 10 Trek Mera La to Seto Pokhari
Day 11 Trek Seto Pokhari to Baruntse Base Camp
Day 12-29 Climbing period for Mt. Baruntse (7,129m)
Day 30 Trek Baruntse Base camp to Seto pokhari
Day 31 Trek Seto pokhari to Mera La
Day 32 Trek Mera La to Khare
Day 33 Trek Khare to Thagnag
Day 34 Trek Thagnag to Lungsamba
Day 35 Trek Lungsamba to Orshela
Day 36 Trek Orshela to Chutanga
Day 37 Trek Chutanga to Lukla
Day 38 Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu
Day 39 Rest day at Kathmandu
Day 40 Departure to your destination