Tukuche Peak Expedition, standing at 6920 meters, is situated within the renowned Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himalayan ranges in the western part of Nepal. Positioned between the Annapurna Massif and Mt. Dhaulagiri I, Tukuche Peak overlooks the world’s deepest Kali Gandaki Gorge and a beautiful hidden valley. While the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri regions attract numerous trekkers annually, Tukuche Peak itself is relatively less climbed.
The summit of Tukuche Peak offers breathtaking panoramic views of the Annapurna range, Mt. Nilgiri, Dhaulagiri, Tilicho Peak, and various other snow-capped peaks. The trek to the summit involves traversing challenging trails such as Thapa Pass, French Pass, Italian Base Camp, and Dhaulagiri Base Camp. Due to its remote location, Tukuche Peak sees fewer trekking groups, resulting in a less crowded and serene experience compared to other trekking routes.
Despite its towering elevation, Tukuche Peak is considered an easier climb with minimal risk factors, making it a suitable choice for those seeking a low-risk trekking peak.
- The Tukuche Peak Expedition, including the summit climb of Tukuche Peak, reaches an elevation of 6920 meters (22,703 feet) and is situated within the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himalayan range in Nepal.
- The summit provides magnificent panoramic views of the entire Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges, along with numerous other snow-capped peaks.
- Tukuche Peak Expedition and climbing represent a less frequented and low-risk peak, boasting a remarkable 90% success rate for summiting.
- During our trek before and after the climbing expedition, we explore Jomsom, renowned as the apple capital, and Marpha. Additionally, we encounter Yak Kharka, secluded valleys, terraced farmlands, and charming villages along the main expedition route.
- The Tukuche Peak Tour includes a picturesque flight from Pokhara to Jomsom, offering stunning views of the Himalayas.