Autumn Pumori Expedition
Altitude: 7161m Location: Nepal
Sept 05 – October 15, 2014
Fully guided with personal Sherpa: USD 7,800
Fully guided w/o private sherpa 6500usd
Not guided but with Sherpa support: USD 5,800
BC services only USD$4500
Base camp support, helicopter, medical and approach support (with or without permit inclusion) is also available as a separate option for experienced (only) independent teams – please contact us for details.
All services KTM to KTM
12 per expedition
Pumori sits next to Everest, Lhotse and Nuptse, with exceptional views up the western cwm as we ascend the South Ridge—a moderately technical route. Two camps are placed above ABC. This makes the days short and moderate for all members of the expedition, and makes our Pumori expedition an ideal training ground for those who wish to go on to 8000m peaks.
Field Touring & Pumori
Our guides & staff have extensive experience in the Himalaya with more than 9 years on mountains like Broad Peak, K2, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Ama Dablam, Island Peak, Lobuche and more so they are knowledgeable, skilled and ready to go!
05 Oct 2009, Day 01: Arrive KTM, transfer to hotel
06 Oct 2009, Day 02: Prepare for expedition
07 Oct 2009, Day 03: Fly to Lukla, trek to Phakding
08 Oct 2009, Day 04: Trek to Namche
09 Oct 2009, Day 05: Acclimatize in Namche
10 Oct 2009, Day 06: Trek to Deboche
11 Oct 2009, Day 07: Trek to Pheriche
12 Oct 2009, Day 08: Trek to Lobuche
13 Oct 2009, Day 09: Trek to base camp
14 Oct 2009, Days 10 – 25: Climbing period
31 Oct 2009, Day 26: Depart BC for Pheriche
01 Nov 2009, Day 27: Trek Pheriche to Namche Bazaar
02 Nov 2009, Day 28: Trek Namche to Lukla
03 Nov 2009, Day 29: Fly Lukla to KTM
04 Nov 2009, Day 30: Sightseeing in Kathmandu
05 Nov 2009, Day 31: International departure
note: It is possible to continue on to Ama Dablam at the conclusion of Pumori or go out by way of Cho La and Gokyo. Let us know how we can help make this a perfect trip for you!
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