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Manaslu Expedition - 37 days

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Max. Elevation
8163.00m
Group size
1 + 10 max
Trip grade
Advance
Transportation
All round trip grounded vehicals 
Best Season
Sept – Nov, March – May
Accomodation
3***Hotel in Kathmandu and Lodge + Camping twin sharing bed basis during the trek and expedition session
Meals
Full board meal during the trek and expedition session
Starts at
kathmandu
Ends at
kathmandu

Highlights

    • Majestic Mount Manaslu: Experience the awe-inspiring beauty of Mount Manaslu, the eighth highest mountain in the world, standing tall at 8,163 meters (26,781 feet). Summiting Manaslu is a remarkable achievement for mountaineers.
    • Remote and Pristine Wilderness: Explore the rugged and remote Manaslu Conservation Area, known for its pristine landscapes, diverse flora and fauna, and untouched natural beauty. The region offers a sense of solitude and tranquility that is rare to find in the crowded mountaineering routes.
    • Cultural Encounters: Interact with local communities, including the indigenous Nubri and Tsum people, who have their unique traditions, language, and way of life. Learn about their rich cultural heritage, visit ancient monasteries, and experience warm hospitality.
    • Challenging and Technical Climb: Test your mountaineering skills and mental resilience as you navigate through glaciated terrain, traverse crevasses, and ascend steep slopes. The climb demands technical proficiency, endurance, and the ability to handle challenging conditions.
    • Breathtaking Views: Enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks, including Annapurna, Ganesh Himal, and Kangchenjunga. From the summit of Manaslu, the majestic vistas reward climbers with a sense of accomplishment and the grandeur of the world's highest mountains.
    • Remote Trekking Route: Embark on a less crowded and less explored trekking route, away from the popular trails of Everest and Annapurna regions. The pristine beauty and solitude of the Manaslu region provide a unique and intimate trekking experience.
    • Varied Landscapes: Trek through diverse landscapes, including lush forests, terraced fields, and alpine meadows. The region offers a visual feast of ever-changing natural scenery, making each day of the trek a memorable experience.
    • Rich Biodiversity: Explore the rich biodiversity of the Manaslu Conservation Area, which is home to a wide range of flora and fauna. Encounter rare wildlife, such as the elusive snow leopard, Himalayan tahr, and red panda, as you traverse through the wilderness.
    • Acclimatization Opportunities: The trekking route allows for proper acclimatization, with gradual altitude gain and rest days. This helps climbers acclimatize to the high altitude, increasing their chances of a successful summit.
    • Personal Achievement: Summiting Mount Manaslu is a remarkable personal achievement that signifies perseverance, determination, and the fulfillment of a mountaineering dream. It leaves climbers with a profound sense of accomplishment and memories to cherish for a lifetime.
The Manaslu Expedition takes mountaineers on an extraordinary journey to conquer the eighth highest mountain in the world, Mount Manaslu. Standing at an impressive elevation of 8,163 meters (26,781 feet), Manaslu is located in the rugged and remote Manaslu Conservation Area in Nepal. This detailed overview provides insights into what it takes to embark on this challenging and rewarding mountaineering adventure.

The journey to the Manaslu Expedition begins with a drive from Kathmandu to the bustling market town of Arughat. From Arughat, climbers trek through diverse landscapes, passing through quaint villages, terraced fields, and lush forests. The trail gradually gains altitude, allowing for proper acclimatization and breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks.

As the trek progresses, climbers enter the Manaslu Conservation Area, a pristine wilderness teeming with biodiversity. The region is home to rare wildlife, including snow leopards, Himalayan tahrs, and red pandas, making it a unique and rewarding experience for nature enthusiasts.

Reaching the Manaslu Base Camp (4,800 meters/15,748 feet) is a significant milestone. The base camp serves as the starting point for the expedition. Here, climbers establish their camps, acclimatize to the high altitude, and make necessary preparations for the ascent.

The climbing route to the summit of Manaslu varies depending on the expedition operator and the conditions of the mountain. The ascent involves navigating through glaciated terrain, traversing crevasses, and conquering steep slopes. Climbers must possess advanced mountaineering skills, including the use of technical equipment such as crampons, ice axes, ropes, and harnesses.

Establishing high camps is an integral part of the expedition. Camps are typically set up at strategic locations, such as Camp 1 (5,700 meters/18,700 feet), Camp 2 (6,400 meters/21,000 feet), and Camp 3 (7,300 meters/23,950 feet). Climbers progressively move higher, acclimatize at each camp, and make necessary rotations to improve their chances of summit success.

The final summit push is a demanding and thrilling endeavor. Climbers face extreme weather conditions, negotiate technical sections, and overcome the challenges posed by high altitude. From the summit of Manaslu, climbers are rewarded with awe-inspiring views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks, including Annapurna, Ganesh Himal, and Kangchenjunga.

Descending from the summit and returning to the base camp marks the completion of the Manaslu Expedition. The return journey follows a similar route, allowing climbers to reflect on their achievements and immerse themselves in the natural beauty of the Manaslu region.

The Manaslu Expedition is a demanding adventure that requires meticulous planning, experienced guides, and a high level of physical fitness. Climbers are advised to choose reputable expedition operators with extensive knowledge of the region and a strong safety record. Proper acclimatization, technical climbing skills, and comprehensive equipment preparation are crucial for a successful and safe expedition.

Trip Itinerary

Arrival in Kathmandu 1310 m,  Welcome you to Nepal. After your arrival in the airport, our representative member will accompany and escort you to your hotel over night Hotel with Breakfast.

Max. altitude

1,380m / 4,528 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel

Meals

Wel come Dinner

Today, we will spend the day sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley with our guide. We will visit Pashupatinath, which is regarded as the holiest Hindu temple in Nepal and where pilgrims worship Lord Shiva (situated on the banks of the holy Bagmati River), Bouddhanath, a Buddhist temple known as ‘Little Tibet’ and then on to Swayambhunath known as the Monkey Temple. From Swayambhunath we drive to Kathmandu’s famous Durbar Square, a UNESCO World Heritage-listed site, and located in front of the old royal palace. Upon arriving back at your hotel you may have time to do some last-minute shopping around Thamel – the tourist hub of Kathmandu.

Max. altitude

1,380m / 4,528 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel

Meals

breakfast

We’ll start our journey with a drive from Kathmandu towards the western mountains which takes us to Gorkha, the Capital of Medieval Nepal. We will drive through the beautiful river view and Nepalese countryside which will takes us to Arughat. Arughat is clustered on both sides of the River Buri-Gandaki linked by a suspension bridge, this is the largest settlement in the valley and it is also a junction to various important places. The path from here across the River leads to Dhading & Trishuli Bazaar and our route from here leads north through the dirt road. Please note that the dirt road from Gorkha to Arughat may not be drivable during the monsoon season. In that case, we may have to begin our trek right from Gorkha and reach Arughat in the evening and then continue the trek next day to reach Soti Khola. The trail leads us and passes an ever-changing tableau of rice fields and Gurung villages. You will be afforded with first views of Shringi Himal from Shanti Bazaar, from where the clear glacial run-off of the Buri Gandaki provides a constant backdrop to our hike up into the mountains. Crossing a suspension bridge, we then follow the trail down to Soti Khola, where we will stay overnight. This place is also known as a landscape of the famed ‘Honey Hunters’. The foothills of Central Nepal have, for generations, been famous for their twice yearly harvests, when men gather from the surrounding villages to undertake the dangerous task of collecting the honey of the Apis Laboriosa (the world’s largest honey bee) from the cliffs that are their home.

Max. altitude

730m / 2,395 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel / Lodge

Meals

Lunch , Dinner , Breakfast

On the first day of our trek, we will have our breakfast and then walk by the dense forest passing through a number of small villages tucked into the hillside, till we reach a widening of the valley, opposite the point where a large tributary stream enters the Buri Gandaki River. The terraced cultivated fields belong to the upper village of Lapubesi (880m). Descending down through the wide, sandy riverbed which follows a trail meandering below the steep, craggy valley side, we then climb again to mountain ridge to Almara. Further a few walk will lead you to Machha Khola for our overnight stay.

Max. altitude

930m / 3,051 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel / Lodge

Meals

Lunch , Dinner , Breakfast

The trail today will lead us to some interesting farm villages and fields as the vegetation gradually changes. We cross the bridge and heading upstream to the tiny village of Khola Besi. There is a hot spring called “Tatopani” where many people visit to have a bath in an assumption that, by taking a bath in this river will take away all their body pains. Continuing our trek further, the trail then follows the forested area. Climbing over another ridge, we cross a huge rapid of Buri Gandaki on a suspension bridge. Then we climb on a wide, well-crafted staircase and after crossing a landslide over a ridge, we reach Doban. Further, we have to cross a suspension bridge over the Yaru Khola and then climb the stone stairs and then drop to the river and again climb more stone stairs to Thado Bharyang. To reach Jagat from here, we have to cross the west bank of the Buri Gandaki and then climb over a ridge and then trek along the river. As the elevation increases, the rapids and the scenery undergoes a complete transformation. At Jagat, there is a police check-post where your trekking permit will be checked. We will spend our overnight in Jagat.

Max. altitude

1,410m / 4,626 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel / Lodge

Meals

Lunch , Dinner , Breakfast

From Jagat, we have both ascending and descending trail today. At the first part of the trail, we descend to a long series of stone steps to the river; from here the path climbs a terraced hillside to Saguleri. You can spot an eye-catching view of Sringi Himal (7,187m) from this point.  After crossing the bridge over Buri-Gandaki, from Ghata-khola, the path winds up towards Philim village. From here the trails climbs slowly and gently along the hillside passing through small settlements of Aga, Lokwa. Continue from Lokwa down the exposed track until the track reaches a small place called Eklai-Bhatti near Shiar khola with great views looking over the valley towards Pangsing and Tsum Valley. Enter a very narrow gorge with loose tracks, up and down in some section. Cross to the east bank (true left) at one point and then back again to the west bank on a new suspension bridge. The trail is cut into the sheer cliff walls. Continuing our walk further, we walk to Sirdibas (1860m) with many comfortable lodges. After this dramatic portion, the track finally improves as the walk leads to Deng village for the overnight. Deng is a tiny village inhabited by Gurung who practice Buddhism.

Max. altitude

1,800m / 5,906 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel / Lodge

Meals

Lunch , Dinner , Breakfast

Leaving Deng, we enter Nupri (‘the western mountains’) through bamboo forests. We walk through a newly built rock tunnel from here, thus avoiding the traditional steep climb. The houses and terrains completely changes into more Tibetan like from here onwards. The people here are of Tibetan origin along with their ancient culture. Villagers of this areas cultivates buck wheat, wheat, barley and potatoes as staple crops, beside this since trekking became popular around this area, spinach, carrots and cabbages are also grown. Our route crosses the river before scrambling steeply up onto a spectacular trail high above the river. We pass through some small settlements as we ascend the impressive valley. We will see Mani stones (prayer stones) carved into wayside rocks, a sign that we are now in a Buddhist area. Dropping down once more to the river there is a short climb to Ghap. At Ghap, the Tibetan culture begins with Mani stones and chortens all around. 

Max. altitude

2,630m / 8,629 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel / Lodge

Meals

Lunch , Dinner , Breakfast

The walk today is bit longer day in comparison to other days. Continuing up the valley, the trail takes you into the mountains with time to enjoy and acclimatize. We ascend out of Lho and then follow the valley with great views of Peak 29 ahead. The views of Manaslu are stupendous. As we pass through huge mountains surround us, Himal Chuli and Peak 29 (Ngadi Chuli) to the left, Manaslu and large glaciers straight ahead, other snow summits to the right, at the far end of the valley we have just come from stands Ganesh Himal. From here, we lose the gigantic views of Manaslu and enter a world of yaks, pastures and houses which seem to have grown from the stones. From a large chorten we look down into a little dip where two rows of houses form the main part of Sama. At the far end of the village, overlooking the valley stands the well-known monastery of Sama. Only potatoes and barley can be grown at this altitude. You can stay in one of the lodges of the place.

Max. altitude

3,530m / 11,581 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel / Lodge

Meals

Lunch , Dinner , Breakfast

This day is kept for you to acclimatize properly. On this day, you can just take some rest or if you want then you can make a short hike to Pungyen Gompa or to Manaslu Base Camp (4900m). You can ponder at the thousands of Mani stones with Buddhist texts and pictures. Meet the village women in Samagaon who wear a nice silver spoon as jewelry. On a little hill near Samagaon is an old Gompa. It is worthwhile to take a side trip to Pungyen Gompa, a monastery with great views of the glacier. It is named after Manaslu; Pun yen means bracelet, a good description of the two peaks. It was destroyed a year after the first unsuccessful Japanese attempt to climb Manaslu. The locals believed that the climb angered the gods, and when the Japanese came back a year they met so much resistance that they had to give up their attempt. They finally submitted the mountain in 1959. An afternoon walk to the Kargyu Chholing Gompa is also recommended.

Max. altitude

3,530m / 11,581 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel / Lodge

Meals

Lunch , Dinner , Breakfast

We begin our day’s trek after breakfast following a steep trail from Samagaon. The trail has a short start in the forest with gradual exposure on the steep slope above Samagaon northwards of Manaslu Glacier. With a gain in altitude the scenery becomes more spectacular with the glacier nearby and the turquoise lake beneath. The last past of the trek is the steepest portion on the trail on a slippery trail on a narrow moraine. After 4-5 hours, we will reach the base camp.

Max. altitude

4,800m / 15,748 ft.

Accommodation

Camping

Meals

Lunch , Dinner , Breakfast

Climbing period - establish and acclimatize at various camps, following the expedition operator's itinerary and weather conditions.

Camps typically include Camp 1 (5,700 meters/18,700 feet), Camp 2 (6,400 meters/21,000 feet), and Camp 3 (7,300 meters/23,950 feet).

Climbing rotations and acclimatization hikes to progressively higher camps.

Final summit push involves climbing from Camp 3 to the summit of Manaslu (8,163 meters/26,781 feet).

Accommodation

Camping

Meals

Lunch , Dinner , Breakfast

After breakfast in the tent, we begin retracing on the same path that we walked to get to the base camp from Samagaon earlier. Although quite slippery, walking downhill requires lesser time and we will again be blessed by the awesome view of the glacier and the turquoise lake. We slowly begin to lose altitude as we descend and walk on the trail filled with forests before we finally reach Samagaon in around just 3 hours. Overnight in Samagaon.

Max. altitude

3,530m / 11,581 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel / Lodge

Meals

Lunch , Dinner , Breakfast

Today, we descend to the Budhi Gandaki River, that has turned north and follow it to a bridge over a side stream. The trail to the left leads to the Manaslu Base camp. The Larkya la Trail passes several mani walls as the valley begins to widen. It is an easy trail on a shelf above the river passing the juniper and birch forests of Kermo Kharka. We drop off the shelf, cross the Budhi Gandaki on a wooden bridge and climb steeply onto a promontory between two forks of the river. From a stone arch we can view a large white kani. Finally passing through the kani we find Samdo. Overnight in Samdo.

Max. altitude

3,860m / 12,664 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel / Lodge

Meals

Lunch , Dinner , Breakfast

Even today, we continue our walk down the edge, cross the wooden bridge over Budi Gandaki and begin walking upward. Upon crossing two streams and witnessing the Larkya Glacier we go around the valley of the Salka Khola and climb up again to the stone guest house (4450 m), which is not a lodge but a kind of shelter called Dharmshala, also known as Larke Phedi. The short walk today also leaves plenty of time for acclimatization and relaxing in the afternoon. Overnight in Dharmashala.

Max. altitude

4,460m / 14,633 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel / Lodge

Meals

Lunch , Dinner , Breakfast

After a short climb, we reach a valley on the north side of the Larkya Glaciers from where we can enjoy great views of Cho Danda and Larkya Peak. Finally, we walk across moraines of the glacier, making a gradual ascent which becomes steeper only in the last section of the pass. From the pass, there are outstanding views of Himlung Himal, Cheo Himal, Kangguru and the huge Annapurna II. It is a longer day than usual to Bimtang, but to walk into these low pastures with the evening mist coming in with Mt. Manaslu looming close by is an overwhelming experience. Overnight in Bimthang.

Max. altitude

3,720m / 12,205 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel / Lodge

Meals

Lunch , Dinner , Breakfast

From Bimthang, we walk south behind the moraine wall for some time before crossing the Bimthang Glacier, which can be loose underfoot. Climb up the far moraine wall quickly to avoid stone-fall and enter some of the best forest in Nepal. If you are in rhododendron season, the mauves, reds, pinks and whites are stunning amongst the huge pines and the views of the back of Mt Manaslu are superb. Cross the high pasture, descend the valley of the Burdin Khola. From a ridge at 4150 meters, you have excellent views of Manaslu to the South East and Annapurna II to the South West. Descend rapidly along the true right bank of the aptly named Dudh (‘milk’) Khola through a Bhatti at Hompuk (3420m) through rhododendron forest and follow a trail through a narrow valley until we reach the highest cultivated land in this valley at Kharche, 2785 meters. Kharche is the best point with guest house middle between the alpine forest and good views. In the next hour you will see many signs of a glacial flood, with tree trunks smashed and banks undermined, the track becoming quite rough. From here, we cross a slide, then go across fields before making a steep climb over a ridge. The trail comes off the ridge in a big, sweeping arc to the river bank at 2580m. A short distance beyond is the village of Gurung “Gho”, the first real village since Samdo. There are new lodges being built here and we will accommodate in one of them for our overnight.

Max. altitude

2,650m / 8,694 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel / Lodge

Meals

Lunch , Dinner , Breakfast

The valley becomes more agricultural as you pass fields and copses of oak and rhododendron. Continue through the fields over a clear stream staying on the north (true right) bank until Tilje (2300m; Tiljet). Climb over a small ridge to the stone – paved village and wind among the closely spaced houses of this large Village. Leaving the village, cross the Dudh Khola and trek along the river embankment. Cross a wooden bridge back to the northern side of the Dudh Khola and climb up through a chorten-shaped arch and past a Mani wall to Thonje. At the village of Thonje, we go through a police checkpoint, and then continue to Dharapani. As you will have enough time after arrival at Dharapani, so you can either drive to Besisahar on the same day or stay and stroll around the place and interact with the local people. You will stay overnight at one of the lodge of Dharapani.

Max. altitude

1,920m / 6,299 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel / Lodge

Meals

Lunch , Dinner , Breakfast

On the last day of our journey, we take our breakfast in dharapani then drive to kathmandu via Besisahar  along the banks of the Marshyangdi and Trishuli rivers with splendid views of green hills, mountains, farming terraces and villages on both sides of road. The road head is now up-valley at Chame. Turning right takes you over the Thorang La and down the Kali Gandaki valley in about 10-14 more days. Upon arrival at Kathmandu, you will be transferred to your respective hotels. In this way, two weeks trek to the Manaslu Circuit will be completed.

Max. altitude

1,380m / 4,528 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel

Meals

Lunch , Dinner , Breakfast

Now that you have finally arrived in Kathmandu after more than a month, you finally get a rest day in the city. You can go for it any way you like. If you feel like you want to go sightseeing, that's fine too. An Outfitter Nepal representative can take you to your preferred tourist attractions.

Max. altitude

1,380m / 4,528 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel

Meals

breakfast

On this day, you can shop for last-minute souvenirs for your friends back home. Thamel has a lot of souvenir shops! Before finally heading back to your home country, you can celebrate your victory with your friends and teammate in Kathmandu. You'll find impressive restaurants, bars, and pubs in Thamel. We invite you to your farewell dinner on your last day in Kathmandu. Let's celebrate the Manaslu summit together.

Max. altitude

1,380m / 4,528 ft.

Accommodation

Hotel

Meals

breakfast

Your stay in Nepal is finally over. Our representative will transfer you to the International Airport, and you can now travel to your desired location or take a trip back home. We hope you enjoyed your adventure with us! We hope to see you again in Nepal. Have a safe flight!

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Includes

    • Airport pick up drop by private vehicles and Transfer to Hotel.
    • 4 nights hotel (3-stars) in Kathmandu, B/B plan
    • 25 kg weight per Sherpa climber is allowed for expedition
    • Necessary Sherpa porters or mules for carrying equipment & loads
    • Twin sharing accommodation in available lodge/teahouse while trekking
    • 3 times meals per day, (Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner) teas & coffees in trekking & during the camping period.
    • Common climbing gears like necessary rope, ice bars, ice screws, etc
    • Twin sharing tent of North face brand or similar for Base Camp
    • Experienced and government licensed trekking and climbing Sherpa guide during the trekking and climbing period.
    • All food and fuel for base camp and higher camps during the climbing period.
    • Paper works, Peak permit fees, Route fees, Manaslu Conservation Area (MCAP) fees, Manaslu Area Special Trekking Permit fees, and Expedition Royalty fees
    • Kitchen, Dining, Store tent, mattress and all camping facilities needed in Base Camp.
    • The experienced and professional Sherpa staff at Base Camp: Base camp manager, cook, kitchen Boy.
    • Government liaisons officer and his salary & accomodation
    • Equipment medical & life, allowance, wages, life, medical & rescue insurance for all Nepali members.
    • Emergency oxygen bottle, mask & regulator at ABC (Use and pay)
    • Provision of 4L-Poix with 2 Oxygen bottles for each member and 1 Oxygen bottle for Sherpa + Masks and Regulators
    • Provision of 1 High Altitude Sherpa for assistance
    • Garbage disposal and managemant fee.
    • Immediate Rescue co-ordination (covered by your personal travel insurance)
    • Generator or solar panel for charging & lighting in Himlung Himal Base camp
    • Satellite phone on pay call basis (1 min: $4).
    • Walkie - talkie per member and climbing Guide as required for communication.
    • Welcome Dinner at typical Nepali Restaurant in Kathmandu.

Doesn't Include

    • International flight fare, taxes, and visas (visa charge USD 40 and 4 passport photographs for the visa).
    • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
    • Your Personal trekking & climbing equipment
    • Excess baggage transport
    • All expenses of personal nature like Wifi, Hot Shower, bar bills, laundry, telephone, etc.
    • Travel insurance for accident, medical, emergency evacuation & lost baggage.
    • Tips for Base Camp Staff and Climbing guide. 
    • Summit Bonus
    • Applicable permit fee & custom fee for satellite phone, filming camera, communications - equipment (if brought)
    • Expenses that are not mentioned in the included section.
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Equipment List

To be successful in expedition and climbing we require better gear and also training is mandatory. Better gear and an expert team complete the journey with incredible achievements in time and at less cost. The required gears for Manaslu Expedition are as mentioned.

Group Climbing Gear;

  • High Altitude Tents: North Face Dome Tent Space for two pax. Wall/cabin tent for dining and kitchen, etc.
  • High Camp Lodging & Foodservice: chocolate and Three Meals (Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner) a day for members and staff.
  • Drinks and Beverages for climbing: Tea with cookies and hot drinking water during the climbing period and Hot Washing water in case required.
  • Fixing Gear: fix rope, main rope, snow bar, ice crew, rock pitons as well as Heli Rescue/charter Arrangement


Upper Body

Light Weight Top / Thermo Coat (2-3 Layers)

Mid Weight Top (2-3 Layers)

Heavy Weight Top (2 Layers)

Fleece Jacket (1)

Gore Text Jacket (1)

Down Jacket (1)

Wind Proof Jacket

Cotton T-Shirt For Base Camp. (2-3)

Lower Body

Light Weight Long Under Pants (2-3 Pairs)

Under Wear (5-7 Pairs)

Mid Weight Long Under Pants (2-3 Pairs)

Heavy Weight Long Under Wear

Gore Text Pant. (1)

Down Pants. (1)

Water Proof Pant. (1)

Head

Sun Cap

Desert Cap

Balaclava

Fleece Hat

Neck Gaiter (2-3)

Hands

Thin Fleece Gloves (2 Pairs)

Wind Stopper Fleece Gloves

Heavy Gloves (Mitten)

Summit Gloves

Sleeping Bags

Sleeping Bag - 20 Degree Celsius (For Base Camp)

Down Sleeping Bag - 20 To -40 Degree Celsius (Extreme Comfort)

Thermarest Mattress (Cell Foam)

Thermarest Mattress (Inflatable)

Foot Wear

Kailas / Lasportiva / Millet (Summit Shoe)

Normal Socks (5 Pairs)

Summit Socks (2 Pairs)

Trekking Shoes (1 Pair)

Camp Booties (1 Pair)

Basecamp Slipper (1 Pair)

Climbing Equipment

Climbing Helmet

Down Suit (Kailas / Marmot / Mountain

Hardware / North Face / Millet )

Crampons (Fit with Boot)

Ice Axe

Harness

Atc Guide

Jummer / Ascender

Lock Carabiner (3)

Unlock Carabiner (3)

Tape Slings (2)

Prusik Loops (1)

Snow Goggle

Head Light (4 Pairs Rechargeable Batteries Recommended)

Satellite Phone

Hand Warmer (If Possible)

Bag Packs

Rucksacks 45L - 55L

Duffle Bag 90 L -120 L (2 Pieces)

Water Proof Stuff Sacks Large (2 Pieces)

Water Proof Stuff Sacks Small (2 Pieces)

Sun Stuffs

Banana Boat/ Nivea Sun Cream -50 (Spf)

Lip Guard -20 / -50 (Spf)

Sun Glasses (UV Protection)

Glaciers Glasses (UV Protection)

Toiletries

Hand Disinfectant

Wet Tissue

Toothpaste

Toothbrush

Soap

Shampoo

Garbage Bag

Eating & Drinking

Water Bottle (2)

Thermos

Mug

Spoon/ Fork

Bowl

Medical part ;

Brufen / Ibuprofens

Antibiotic

Diamox

Paracetamol

Handy Plaster

Crack Bandage

Tincture Iodine

 We also recommend bringing strong knee & ankle supports & braces, ACE bandages for sprains & strains, Tegaderm &/or other would coverings. Duct tape is always useful. We’re happy to take excess medical supplies off your hands when you leave if you won’t need them and pass them on to others. We use lots of the large amount we have with us to treat locals we meet when trekking.

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