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Kanchenjunga Trek - 24 Days

The world’s 3rd highest mountain is Kanchenjunga lies partly in Nepal and partly in Sikkim, India. It rises with an elevation of 8586m. It is one of the huge mountains mass, many satellite peaks rise from its narrow icy ridges. The expedition of Mt. Kanchenjunga begins from a charming base camp with meadows and a Panoramic view at 5180 m. It offers us the most challenging climbing of the expedition but by using support form Sherpa and oxygen you can move at a systematically slow velocity higher and higher up the mountain.It is a strong contender for “The most beautiful walk in the world.”

Climb with good health

Kanchenjunga is classed as a demanding trek due to its remoteness and altitude. Participants should be physically fit enough to walk. The trip is taken into account to be terribly tough as a result of the travelers have to be compelled to be trekking at a very high altitude and for an extended time at that. several Himalayan passes have to be compelled to be crossed further. thus trekkers area unit suggested staying their healthiness in mind. If they need to be had previous trekking expertise, then that’s even higher because it mentally prepares them for the move. Besides that, having a positive angle whereas trekking is extremely vital.

Route to climb

There are four climbing routes to reach the summit of Kangchenjunga, three of which are in Nepal from the southwest, northwest, and northeast, and one from northeastern Sikkim in India. The route of North face is the safest route. This route also is not very easy.

When to climb or when not to climb

Spring season (March to May) and autumn season (September to November) are best months to trek to Kanchenjunga. The temperature will be good for the trek, low expansion of river, less crowd in November. And the weather will still be good to get an amazing view.
July and August are not suitable for trekking bcoz of rainfall, landslides.Snow and ice will prove to be major challenging in January. So it is not safe to climb in July, August, and January.


Day 1 Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300m /4,264 ft)

Day 2 Kathmandu: Sightseeing and Trek Preparation

Day 3 fly to Bhadrapur and drive to Taplejung

Day 4 Taplejung drive to chirwa

Day 5 trek Chirwa to sekethum

Day 6 Trek Sekethum to Amjilasa

Day 7 Trek Amjilasa to Gyepla

Day 8 Trek Gyepla to Gunsa

Day 9 Gunsa Acclimatization and Rest

Day 10 Trek Gunsa to Khambachen

Day 11 Trek Khambachen to Lhonak

Day 12 Trek Lhonak to Pangpema B.C. Back to Lhonak

Day 13 Trek Lhonak to Gunsa

Day 14 Trek Gunsa to Selele camp

Day 15 Trek Selele camp to chairam via Pass

Day 16 Trek chairam to Ramche

Day 17 Trek Ramche to view point back to Chairam

Day 18 Trek chairam to Torthon

Day 19 Trek Torthon to Yamphuding

Day 20 Trek Yamphuding to Happukhola

Day 21 Drive to Ilam kanyem

Day 22 Drive to Bhadrapur and fly back to Ktm

Day 23 Final Dipature

Day 24 Extra day or tour around Kathmandu


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