Tilicho Peak Expedition

Tilicho Peak Expedition

Tilicho Peak Expedition

Trip Facts

Duration : 30 days

Difficulty Level : 5

Group Size : 2 to 10

Maximum Altitude : 7140 m

Tilicho Peak Expedition involves 30 days of duration and has a maximum altitude of 7140m. Tilicho is located at the end of the Annapurna range. We set up 2 camps of altitude for the ascent. Usually, to Camp 2, the road follows a mixed edge visible from the base camp. Then camp 2 at the top is a big slope with some passages at 40 °. Beware of wind slabs when arriving at the summit after a snowfall.

The base camp near Tilicho Lake is low around 4900 m and is very good for acclimation to altitude. The climb without being technically difficult offers nice mixed passages between the base camp and camp 2. Then it is a race of snow to reach the summit with a superb view among others on the Annapurna.

Location of Tilicho Peak Expedition camps:

Base Camp at 4900 m

For a base camp is the altitude that allows you to recover well is on the shores of Lake Tilicho.

Camp 1 at 5600 m.

He must follow the visible edge of the BC. At the top of the ridge, we tilt a few meters to the other side to set up the camp.

Camp 2 at 6300 m

The ascent of the C2 is a mixed course with a small passage in the rocks that we have designed fixed ropes. The location of the camp is just outside the ridge on a flat.

Summit at 7134 m superb views of Annapurna and the Tibetan and Mustang plateaus.

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  • 30 days
  • April – May, and October

Trip Itinerary

Days 1 and 3 Kathmandu and departure by bus to Besi
Days 4 and 10 Ascent Manang
Days 11 and 18 From the ascent of Manang to Tilicho Lake and the acclimatization of equipment of altitude camps.
Days 19 and 25 Ascent period of Tilicho
Days 26 and 29 The descent on Jomson and departure on Kathmandu by private bus
Day 30 Departure

Service Includes

  • 4 nights in Kathmandu and Jomson hotel with breakfast
  • 1 cook and his helpers
  • 1 altitude sherpa with equipment for 2 climbers
  • Hyper bar box
  • A satellite phone
  • The private bus to go to Besi and return by plane Jomson-Kathmandu
  • Carrying loads to the CB with the Carriers
  • Food during the expedition including in the high altitude camps
  • 1 Sirdar who is one of the altitude Sherpa
  • Gas in the high altitude camps
  • Equipment in fixed ropes, snow piles, pins, etc.
  • Mess tents, kitchen tent, toilet,
  • The tents of the base camp and altitude camps (North Face)
  • Insurance for the Nepalese team (porters, Sherpas, cooks, liaison officer)
  • “Deposit garbage”
  • Hotel-airport transportation
  • The royalties of the summit
  • Trek license
  • The Liaison Officer and his equipment
  • End of the trip meal taken together in Kathmandu

Service Excludes

  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Personal insurance Repatriation assistance
  • Your mountain gear (harness, crampons, sleeping bags, etc.) Race food
  • Sherpas tips
  • Airport taxes and visas
  • Telephone, walkie-talkie, alcoholic drinks and soda
  • The plane A / R Paris
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