Himlung Expedition (7,126M)

Key Infomation

  • Duration:22 Days
  • Region/DestinationNepal
  • ActivityClimbing & Expedition
  • Arrival CityKathmandu

About Himlung Expedition (7,126M)

Himlung Himal standing with height of 7,126 m as a popular climbing peak in Himalaya. Since last 10 years, it is getting popular for climbing destination. It is lies to the northeast of Annapurna Range. The height and the geography of this mountain offer best acclimatization and climbing training before going any eight thousand mountains. However, it is considering as an easier mountain in Nepalese Himalaya.

We as a professional climbing company organize Himlung Expedition in each autumn season. It has more then 90% success rate. It is believe that Himlung is a non-technical mountain peak. Those who are wishing to have climbing experiences with very short time period (two weeks) and non Technical Mountain; Himlung is only one best option. The trip is designed for those who also looking for best acclimatization and basic climbing ideas. You can choose this mountain peak for the first climbing expedition in your life. It will teaches you on how to walk in mountain, how the climbing expedition functions and how to use climbing devices. Three camps are established above base camp at heights of 5,450m (Camp1), 6,000m (Camp2) and 6,300m (Camp3) respectively. One acclimatization rotation offers you to climb up to camp2 and in next phase you will summit. The total expedition period will be 14-18 days maximum.

Accommodation and logistics during trekking period of the Himlung expedition will manage in Teahouses and local hotels. The total 3 days drive and 3 days trek is required to reach base camp of Himlung, which is standing at height of 4,900m. The base camp will be well managed by all prospective like kitchen, dinning, sleeping tent, toilet and shower.

Although being easy as compared to other peaks, climbing to Himlung Peak require some physical fitness. From the summit of Himlung you can explore dazzaling mountain peaks including Annapurna, Manaslu and Dhaulagiri etc.


  • Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu
  • Day 02: Trip preparation
  • Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu
  • Day 04: Drive from Besisahar
  • Day 05: Trek from Koto
  • Day 06: Trek from Meta
  • Day 07: Trek from Kyang
  • Day 08: Acclimatization
  • Day 09: Trek from PhuGaun
  • Day 10-16: Climbing Period
  • Day 17: Trek from Base Camp
  • Day 18: Trek from PhuGaun
  • Day 19: Trek from Meta
  • Day 20: Drive from Koto
  • Day 21: Leisure day
  • Day 22: Departure

Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.

    Trip preparation in Kathmandu and gear check.

      Drive from Kathmandu to Besisahar (760m).

        Drive from Besisahar to Koto (2,600m).

          Trek from Koto to Meta (3,560m).

          • Accommodation camping

          Trek from Meta to Kyang (3,840m).

          • Accommodation Camping

          Trek from Kyang to PhuGaun(3,900m).

          • Accommodation Camping

          Acclimatization at PhuGaun (rest day).

          • Accommodation Camping

          Trek from PhuGaun to Himlung base camp (4,900m).

            Base Camp – Himlung Summit (7,126m) - Basecamp.

              Trek from Base Camp to PhuGaun.

              • Accommodation Camping

              Trek from PhuGaun to Meta (3,560m).

              • Accommodation Camping

              Trek from Meta to Koto (2,600m).

                Drive from Koto to Besisahar (760m) 30 drive from Besisahar to Kathmandu & transfer to the hotel.

                  Leisure day in Kathmandu city.

                    Transfer to International Airport for final departure.

                      Cost Details


                      Ground Transportation:

                      • All necessaries ground transportation including Sightseeing, hotel and airport and as per itinerary

                      Kathmandu Hotel:

                      • 3 night Kathmandu hotel accommodation in 3* hotel with Breakfast


                      • Mt. Himlung Climbing Royalty
                      • National Park entry permit and local permits
                      • Garbage Management
                      • Government Liaison Officer (L.O)
                      • WalkiTalki Set


                      • 30 Kg bag packs are included upto Base Camp

                      Climbing Guide:

                      • Himlung Summiteer Climbing Guide.


                      • Porters up to base camp to carry your personal stuffs during the trekking mode.

                      Trekking Mode:

                      • Three time meals a day during trekking period with tea coffee

                      Base Camp Services:

                      • Base Camp management tent for sleeping purpose and store
                      • Solar, and Generator for charging devices
                      • Three course of meal each day
                      • Fresh fruits, soups and hot drinks item 24 hr

                      High Camp:

                      • High camp services including C1, C2, C3 tent, meal and all necessaries settlement

                      Climbing Equipment:

                      • Group climbing equipment including rope, tent, shovel etc.

                      Oxygen set:

                      • One set of oxygen set for emergency uses.

                      Sherpa and Staffs:

                      • Base Camp Staffs for kitchen, base camp manager
                      • Insurance and daily wages and equipment for all field staffs.


                      • Visa: Nepal visa fees
                      • KTM Hotel: Extra days stay in KTM with meal
                      • your personal warm chothes for trekking/climbing
                      • Oxygen & Equipment: Extra use of oxygen cylinder more
                      • your personal medical/rescue insurance
                      • helicopter evacuation if any emergency case
                      • Guide: Extra  Guide if needed
                      • Summit Bonus......$
                      • Tips for your climbing crew

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