Chulu Far east Peak is an attractive peak that rises north of Marsyangdi Khola in the Manang region of Nepal. Can see magnificent views of Annapurna I, II, III, & IV . Among the 3 Chulus, Chulu far east peak is considered as the easiest but straightforward climbing peak in Nepal.
It includes an excursion to Tilicho Lake, the highest lake in the world situated at altitude of 4920m and crossing of the challenging Mesokanta La Pass (5120m) Scenic Flight : Jomsom – Pokhara
The company will pick you up from the airport and drive you to the hotel.
Today we will spend most of our day sightseeing around some of the world heritage sites of Kathmandu valley. Meanwhile, the company will complete all the necessary paper works and make other preparations required for the summit of Chulu Far East Peak.
We start our trek to Chulu Far East today. Our first destination is Chame which takes about 8 hours ride from Kathmandu. We will drive beside the Marsyangdi River and remote Nepali villages.
Leaving Chame, we start our trek and head towards Pisang with the magnificent views of Mt Annapurna II on the trail. After 5-6 hours of trek, we will reach the village of Upper Pisang.
After breakfast, we’ll move ahead of Pisang and approach Humde Village. We ascend and walk through dusty roads along with the glorious mountain views for 5-6 hours to finally reach Humde Village.
After spending a night at Humde village, we will start our trek and follow the trail towards Julu Khola. After 5-6 hours of trek through the dense forest, we reach our campsite at Julu Khola.
To decrease the possibility of altitude sickness we will acclimatize at Julu Khola as the air starts to get thin. On this day, we will have a short distance hike and explore nearby villages.
After making the most out of acclimatization day and feeling refreshed, we start our trek to Chulu Far East Base Camp. After 5-6 hours of walking, we reach the Base camp where we will set up our camp for the night.
On this day. we will acclimatize to high altitudes and explore the base camp. We will walk a bunch of places that have breathtaking views of mountain ridges. As the sun goes down, we’ll head back to the camp and rest peacefully.
We Start our day and head to Chulu Far East High Camp hiking up the inclined trail. Throughout the trek, we get a view of Pisang Peak, Annapurna massif, and Chulu West. We will reach our destination after 8-9 hours of walk and our crew members will set up the camp and do the necessary preparation for Chulu Far East Peak Climbing.
This day is going to be extremely challenging as we move towards the summit of Chulu Far East Peak. After 11-12 hours of hardship, we finally reach the top of the Chulu Far East peak. From the top, you can enjoy the magnificent views including Annapurna II, GlacierDome, and Dhaulagiri. After exploring the hidden glaciers and mountains, we’ll step back and walk the same trail descending base camp.
After the successful summit of Chulu Far East Peak, we start our return trail and leave for the route that leads to Manang. Hiking out from base camp to the north of Manang for 7-8 hours, we reach the lodge at Manang.
With the trek lasting more than 7 hours, it’s going to be a long and stressful day on the trail to Siri Kharka. The trail demands a lot of physical strength when continuously slopes upwards. After coming across the Khangsar Khola, we’ll head towards the village of Siri Kharka where we can go for a little sightseeing, watch blue sheep, and interact with locals.
After having breakfast in Siri Kharka, we head towards Tilicho Base Camp which takes around 5-6 hours. We will come across ice lakes and glaciers while leading towards Tilicho Lake.
After having breakfast, we start making our way through snowy trails to Tilicho Lake. To avoid the strong wind in Tilicho Lake, we complete our trail as fast as possible. After exploring the series of mountains and clear blue water, we’ll get back to the trail and walk steadily.
After spending a great time at Tilicho lake, we will follow the trail and cross Mesokanta La Pass to arrive at Yak Kharka. From there, we’ll follow the trail 400 meters above Khangsar village and after a 7 hours trek, we’ll reach Yak Kharka.
Today, we start our trail and descend to Jomsom. Descending the trail from Yak Kharka, we’ll proceed towards Marpha in the north. Going forward, we’ll take an easy trail moving towards Jomsom which is the center of Manang District with 5-6 hours of trek.
Today, we will take a 25 minutes flight from Jomsom to Pokhara. At Pokhara, we will rest for a bit and explore the city.
We will either take a flight (30min) or drive(5-6 hours)from Pokhara to Kathmandu.
On this day, we can explore the Kathmandu valley and go sightseeing around different historical places. You can also go for shopping to buy souvenirs for your family and friends.
The company will drop you at the airport as per your flight schedule.
Frequently Asked Questions
For most nationalities, you can get your visa on arrival in Kathmandu. It takes around 45 minutes and is the most convenient way to get your visa. You can also apply for a visa in advance from a local Nepali consulate in your country if you’d like to have everything arranged in advance.
Your trek starts on the date that works best for you, given all of the tours our specialists organize are tailored to your travel dates. Typically, you need at least 1-2 days in Kathmandu prior to your trek in order for the company to organize the necessary trekking permits.
In Nepal, we cannot issue your climbing insurance so you have to do it on your own. However, the company will help you with that. There are various companies that will provide you with insurance.
The best season for trekking in Nepal is the Autumn and Spring seasons. The autumn season lasts from September to November, while the Spring season lasts from March to May. These are the best months for trekking in Nepal. The weather is clear during these seasons with blue skies, fresh vegetation, blooming wildflowers, and ideal temperature. The views of the Himalayan range around Nepal are clear.