Cholatse Peak (6440M)

Key Infomation

  • Duration:26 Days
  • Trip GradeChallenging
  • Region/DestinationNepal
  • Maximum Altitude6440
  • ActivityClimbing
  • Arrival CityKathmandu

About Cholatse Peak (6440M)

The name Cholatse is derived from three words “Cho” which means lake, “La” means Pass and “Tse” means peak. And, the meaning of Cholatse is “Lake Pass Peak”, also known as, Jobo Lhaptshan. It is situated in the Khumbu region of the Himalaya with an altitude of 6440m from the sea level. The north and east face of Cholatse is clearly visible from the Dughla of the EBC Trail. This climbing expedition can be organized with the Everest Base Camp. It was first climbed via the southwest face in April 1982. Moreover, both North and south faces are popular among climbers these days.

Climbing Cholatse is comparatively hard to other peaks of the Khumbu regions and those who love to take challenges and have proper experience can accomplish this expedition. It is technically difficult and requires enough climbing devices, equipment, ropes, etc. Climbers should be physically and mentally fit.  We recommend it to the climbers with experience in Ice and Rock climbing. However, our Sherpa assists you in every step but very few numbers of success rates is recorded till date.

As a professional climbing operating company we suggest you take at least two climbing guides. Our Sherpa fix the route, high camps and assist you throughout. Spring and autumn are considered the perfect seasons for this expedition. 

Before reaching to the base camp you will need to trek in the Everest region and you can combine this with EBC trek. And, this may help make your body acclimatize for climbing. This expedition can round off within 21 days.

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