Makalu Expedition Rare Expedition in Nepal

Makalu Expedition (8,463 m) is fifth tallest mountain in the world; situated 14 miles east of Mount Everest. Mt. Makalu was first summited by French Climbing Team in 1955. Due to the remoteness and technical difficulty Makalu is rarely climbed. As the South-East ridge is challenging; no one has climbed from that face. Climbers use North face and the North West face to climb Mt. Makalu. As this Makalu Expedition is difficult, climbers need to have previous climbing experience of 8,000 m peak with mountaineering techniques and sound physical status.

During Makalu Expedition, we set five camps; among them we set three camps at altitude of 7,400 m around Makalu La and set high camps at north face at 7,600 m.

Zed Travels offers Makalu Expedition and provide experienced, knowledgeable climbing crews and flexible itinerary having enough acclimatization.

Makalu Expedition Highlights 

Group size: 2-12 people Max- altitude: 7,600 m.
Destination: Nepal Fitness level: 2B
Arrival on: Kathmandu, Nepal Departure from: Kathmandu, Nepal
Accomodation: 3-star hotel in Kathmandu, teahouses during trekking and tent during climbing. Meals: All meals during trekking and climbing, breakfast in Kathmandu

Additional information

Group Size1, 2, 3, 4, 5
1

Arrival at Kathmandu; transfer to the Hotel.

2-4

Stay at Kathmandu for the official procedure.


5

Fly to Tumlingtar.


6

Trek to Mane Bhanjyang.

5

Trek to Chichira.

6

Trek to Num.

7

Trek to Seduwa.

8

Trek to Tashi Gaon.

9

Trek to Kauma.

10

Trek to Dobato.

11

Trek to Jark Khola.

12

Trek to Hillari Base Camp.

13

Trek to Makalu Base Camp.

14

Trek to Higher Base Camp.

17-50

Climbing period.

16

Trek to Yak Kharka.

17

Trek to Tashi Gaon.

18

Trek to Num.

19

Trek to Chichira.

18

Trek to Num.

18

Fly back home:

58-59

Free day at Kathmandu

60

Departure on your own destination.

Makalu Expedition
Makalu Expedition
MAKALU EXPEDITION
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