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Climbing the peak measure

Measure peak is a high trekking summit in Nepal with one of the beautiful and fascinating views of the Himalayas. From this peak you can see five Himalayan "eight-thousand-peasants" - Everest, Kanchendzhanga, Lhotse, Makalu and Cho Oyu. This trekking tour is popular among tourists, as with a significant height of the summit - 6476 m - the route is relatively easy to pass. This route is suitable for almost anyone who has minimal climbing skills and little climbing experience. However, the summit explorers must be prepared for long pedestrian crossings, which take up to 8 hours a day. This route is very similar to the ascent of Elbrus from the north. However, unlike Elbrus, on the route there are two assault camps at different heights: 5300 and 5800 m. Transitions from one alpine camp to another are carried out on glaciers. Here skills and skills of movement in bundles will be useful.

The ascent to a considerable height is preceded by a period of acclimatization. In these adaptive exits the body gets used to high-altitude conditions and thin air. In addition, climbers should carefully consider the selection of clothing and equipment. If something is missing during the ascent - it is always possible to take it at the places of hire, where experienced instructors will advise everything you need.

Throughout the route, you will not only adapt to high-altitude conditions, but also get aesthetic pleasure from trekking and climbing, observing various picturesque landscapes: coniferous forests alternating with thick bamboo, grass of alpine meadows next to blooming rhododendrons, and the extraordinary beauty of mountain lakes.

Directly the storming of the summit is carried out from Camp-2, which is located at an altitude of 5800 m, and the rise takes an average of 5-7 hours one way. The duration of the ascent depends on the preparedness of the group and the rate of movement of the group. Exit alpine camp at 2 am.

Route program:

Day 1. Arrive in Kathmandu. Numerous international flights arrive at the airport. Pre-ordered transfer will deliver all arriving at the hotel. Accommodation and acquaintance with guides, as well as drawing up a plan of the route. In the absence of the necessary equipment or food they can be purchased on site. After a lunch snack - free time, which can be devoted to exploring the sights of the city.

Day 2. Flight to Lukla is 45 minutes by plane. The mountain airport is located at an altitude of 2800 m. After a short rest, the transition to a height of 3020 m (Chhatang) is the first simple trekking, which takes up to 3 hours.

Day 3. A relatively difficult day, as it is to be raised to a considerable height. However, this drop gives a good "push" to the body. At first, the path lies through dense thickets of rhododendras through the well-known Zatra-La pass at an altitude of 4,610 m. And from it we already climb to the village of Chhatanag, which is located at an altitude of 4,550 m. The route duration is from 4 to 6 hours, depending on the rhythm of the group. After resting on the top, descend to a height of 4300 m to the village of Chekhera.

Day 4. The six-hour walk to the altitude of 3580 m - to the village of Kota, which is located in a beautiful green place. From the village of Chkhetra there is a traverse to go down the slope. Travel time up to 1.5 hours. The road to the destination will pass through the valley of the river Inkho-Kola.

Day 5. The next transition with an increase in height (3580 m) to the village of Tagnagu. One short stop for a snack in the village of Gondishung. On average, the entire transition will take 4 hours.

Day 6. Acclimatization ascent along the river to the village of Khare to a height of 4,880 m. For several days, stay in a comfortable alp camp Mera-Lodge. The transition is 3-4 hours.

Day 7. Climb along the marked trail to the glacier. Moving on the glacier only in cats to the camp on the Mera-La Pass (height 5300 m). Overnight in tents.

Day 8. Go to Camp-2, which is located at an altitude of 5800 m. The path runs along a non-steep slope. Throwing in the camp necessary equipment for climbing. Return from the assault camp to Khare village. The road takes 2.5 hours.

Day 9. A full day of rest. Recuperation and preparation for the ascent.

Day 10. Climb to the assault camp-2. The transition takes 6-8 hours. Accommodation in tents, dinner in the open air, early retreat.

Day 11. Day of the ascent. Early rise, breakfast. Start from the camp at 2 am. The whole way goes through the glaciers, so the participants move in a bundle. The ascent takes 4 to 6 hours, depending on the pace and physical endurance of the group. On the way, you will see 5 "eight thousand meters". Return to the storm camp-2. The descent takes 2-3 hours. Collection of tents, things, equipment and descent to the village of Khare. The journey takes about 4 hours.

Day 12. Reserve day in case of adverse weather and the condition of the climbers.

Day 13. Pack of things for lowering to a lower altitude. Return to the village of Kota, which is located in the forest zone favorable for rest and recuperation. The transition to the lowest point takes 5-6 hours.

Trekking dates in Nepal for the 2020 season

Climbing the peak measure
March - April - 1690$


March - April


16.03 – 02.04

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