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Bokta Peak Climbing (6143m)-27 Days

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Bokta Peak Climbing is one of the most popular climbing peaks in Nepal existent in Kanchenjunga Region, which requires basic limbing skills. Bokta Peak Climbing Cost differs agency to agency. Some local and international agencies have a common price ranging between USD$3500 and USD$4000, wheras Himalayan Wild Treks has set up USD$2500 for the same. In addtion, Himalayan Wild Treks also offers client-friendly stretchable Bokta Peak Climbing Itinerary and latest updated Bokta Peak Climbing Map.

Bokta Peak Climbing is noted for its topographic challenge it poses to the climbers. Located in the heart of Kanchenjunga Region, Bokta Peak requires climbers to have basic climbing skills. Sincere and dedicated mountaineers with good fitness level can enjoy this peak to hone thier climbing skills. The trail to Bokta Peak leads us to Kanchenjung Region which is a complete wilderness where only a small number of people set their foot, as it is geographically remote and adventurous. It takes a hiking along with a famous river called Tamor, which leads the climbing team to the Base Camp of Bokta Peak followed by crossing of Loapsang La Pass. Acclimatization prior to the climbing of the peak or en route to Peak is necessary because the climbers need to physically adapt to newer climatic zone. Awareness of altitude sickness and the obstacles it brings helps us better plan and preparation necessary to maintain safety in the course of climbing.  There is a steep and slope technical section in the western side of Bokata, which is convoluted. The normal route follows the col to the north of the summit and there is a snowy slope that is gradually steep with intermittent falling of small rocks. Bokta Peak climbing takes travelers through off the beaten trail in Kanchenjunga Region. Multi-ethnic groups live live in Kanchenjunga Region. You will basically come across Rai, Sherpa and Limbu.

Bokta Peak Climbing technically starts with a brief sightseeing of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu prior to a flight to Bhadrapur (91m) from where we drive to Taplezung (1442m), Sinuwa (980m), Gyabeal(2730m) Day 06: Sinuwa to Gybeal (2730m), Ghunsa (34680m) , Kambchen (4240m), Lhonak (4780m), Pangpema (5152m) ,Kachenjunga North Base Camp (5280m), Khambachen (5562m), Ghunsa (4862m) , Khadka (4593m), Lapsang La (4400m), and Pokta High Camp(5310m), from where we do the summit of the  Bokta peak (6143m). After the successful summit, we trace back to  Tseran (3870m), Torontan (2925m), Yamphudin (5562m) , Khesewa (2120m) , Lalikharka (2265m), Sukhetar (123m), Bhadrapur (91m), from where we take a flight to  Kathmandu (1400m) bringing the peak climbing to an end. Thne after, we rest a day before you take a flight back to your hometown.

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Itinerary for Bokta Peak Climbing (6143m)
Day 01 : Arrival in Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu (1400m)

Day 02 : Sightseeing of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites (1400m)

Day 03 : Drive to Ilam\Fly to Bhadrapur (91m)

Day 04 : Drive from Ilam to Taplezung (1442m)

Day 05 : Taplezung to Sinuwa(980m)

Day 06 : Sinuwa to Gybeal(2730m)

Day 07 : Gyabel to Ghunsa (34680m)

Day 8 : Ghunsa to Kambchen (4240m

Day 09 : Kambachen to Lhonak (4780m)

Day 10 : Lhonak to Pangpema(5152m)

Day 11 : Pangpema to Kachenjunga North Base Camp (5280m)

Day 12 : Kanchenjunga North  Base Camp to Khambachen (5562m)

Day 13 : Khambachen to Ghunsa (4862m)

Day 14 : Ghunsa to Khadka (4593m)

Day 15 : Khadka to Lapsang La (4400m)

Day 16 : Lhapsang La to Pokta High Camp(5310m)

Day 17 : Pokta High Camp to summit of the peak (6143m)

Day 18. Ramche to Tseran (3870m)

Day 19 : Tseran to Torontan (2925m)

Day 20 : Torontan to Yamphudin ( 5562m)

Day 21 : Yamphudin to Khesewa (2120m)

Day 22 : Khesewa to Lalikharka ( 2265m)

Day 23 : Lalikharka to Sukhetar (123m)

Day 24 : Sukhetar to Bhadrapur (91m)

Day 25 : Bhadrapur to Kathmandu (1400m) by flight

Day 26 : Rest Day in Kathmandu ( optinally : sightseeing)

Day 27 : Flight back to your hometown.
 

Highlights of Bokta Peak Climbing
Bokta Peak Climbing commences after a short sightseeing of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu Valley. Located in Kanchenjunga Region, where the world's third highest mountain Mt. Kanchenjunga is located. There are glacial section involving challenging as well as adventurous walks through Tibetan settlements. Bokta Peak which lies in Kanchenjunga Region, in the estern part of Nepal, is considered as the best training peak before climbing higher peaks and mountains in the Himalayas. The convoluted techincal slope in the western side of Bokta is popular among the peak climbers. Mixed ethnic groups: Rai, Sherpa and Limbu are popular here for their sense of hospitality. Bokta Peak climbing is an excellent physical workout as well as a prior training to higher peaks as well as mountains anywhere in the world. Having background experience regarding peak or mountain climbing would be helpful to scale Bokta Peak, which offers an absoute sense of thrill and adventure.

Bokta Peak Difficulty
Bokta Peak is a technical peak.Climbers as well as moutaineers climb Bokta peak with sense of utmost adventure and hardship that involoves having to cross icy sections and challenging slopes en route to the summit. Categorized as A category peak by Nepal Mountaineering association, Bokta Peak Climbing is nothing like a walk in the park. Despite its significant difficulty, any novice or experienced can joyfully explore the trail that leads to this famous peak. If you are a first timer then, acclimatization for you is a must and it will help you better adapt to the newer climatic zone. At the base camp of Bokta Peak, our mountain guides will conduct a short climbing rehearsal that will help you boost your confidence and hone your climbing skills.

Bokta Peak Climbing Best Season
We don't recommend you monsoon and summer days for Climbing Bokta Peak as it keeps either raining or remaining overcast most of the time. Even travelers have to weather through complexities that come with the the ever-fluctuation weather during summertime. Travelers mostly love to travel in the Spring and Autumn months. September, October and November in Autumn and March, May and April in Spring are the most favourite months for climbing Bokta Peak. Besides, when it comes to winter season, it may turn out to be too cold for you. Most tourists avoid sporadic snowfalls opting for the days that can provide clear days with beautiful mountain views.

Bokta Peak Climbing Weather
Bokta Peak Weather remains good during September, October and November in Atumn. Alternatively, March, May and April also offer best weather. In fact, these are two best seasons which provide the best weather for Bokta Peak receives an exodus of travelers the world over. Avid mountain climbers and peak climbers find the months mentioned above favorite. Snowfalls occur during the winter season and that's why most travelers avoid it. Whereas, the intermittent rains in the months of June and July often results in inhibition of the weather clarity required to enjoy the glistening mountain views. However, winter would be the perfect choice if you want to climb Bokta in the least traffic.

Bokta Peak Physical Fitness
One of the most important things climbing peaks requires is the physical fitness. In the rugged territories of the mountains, to be physical fitness will surely help you imbibe the adventure the peak offers. You will have to hike through innumeral ups and downs in an altitude, where trekkers with problems of obesity may not be properly able to cope with the climate. You will need to take acclimatization to better adapt the way climate here and our mountain guides will provide you with a short training to enhance your climbing skills and boost your confidence level. Consider getting fit prior to the final decision to go for Bokta Peak Climbing.

How to Reach Bokta Peak?
After a brif sightseeing of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu, we take a flight to Bhadrapur from where we drive towards Taplezung. Traversing through the rugged landscape, we then trek to Sinuwa, Gyabeal, Ghunsa, Lapshang arriving at Bokta Base Camp. From the base camp, we ascend the High Camp en route to the summit of Bokta. After a successful climb, we traverse back the same way. We will take acclimatization at Bokta Base Camp before climbing the actual summit. We will be traveling through the one of the lowest points, Bhadrapur (91m) to the highest point, Bokta(6143m), which gives a profound sense of adventure.

Bokta Peak Climbing Permit fee
1. Spring season (March, April, May)- USD$250

2. Autumn season (September, October, November) USD$125

3. Winter season (December, January, February)- USD$70

4. Summer season (June, July, August) USD$70

The price mentioned afore is set by Nepal Mountaineering Association and brought in effect for every one to abide by. The price remains constant and does not change according to seasons. Spring is comparatively more expensive because it is the best of all seasons.

 

 

Itinerary for Bokta Peak Climbing (6143m)
Day 01 : Arrival in Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu (1400m)

Day 02 : Sightseeing of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites (1400m)

Day 03 : Drive to Ilam\Fly to Bhadrapur (91m)

Day 04 : Drive from Ilam to Taplezung (1442m)

Day 05 : Taplezung to Sinuwa(980m)

Day 06 : Sinuwa to Gybeal(2730m)

Day 07 : Gyabel to Ghunsa (34680m)

Day 8 : Ghunsa to Kambchen (4240m

Day 09 : Kambachen to Lhonak (4780m)

Day 10 : Lhonak to Pangpema(5152m)

Day 11 : Pangpema to Kachenjunga North Base Camp (5280m)

Day 12 : Kanchenjunga North  Base Camp to Khambachen (5562m)

Day 13 : Khambachen to Ghunsa (4862m)

Day 14 : Ghunsa to Khadka (4593m)

Day 15 : Khadka to Lapsang La (4400m)

Day 16 : Lhapsang La to Pokta High Camp(5310m)

Day 17 : Pokta High Camp to summit of the peak (6143m)

Day 18. Ramche to Tseran (3870m)

Day 19 : Tseran to Torontan (2925m)

Day 20 : Torontan to Yamphudin ( 5562m)

Day 21 : Yamphudin to Khesewa (2120m)

Day 22 : Khesewa to Lalikharka ( 2265m)

Day 23 : Lalikharka to Sukhetar (123m)

Day 24 : Sukhetar to Bhadrapur (91m)

Day 25 : Bhadrapur to Kathmandu (1400m) by flight

Day 26 : Rest Day in Kathmandu ( optinally : sightseeing)

Day 27 : Flight back to your hometown.

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Cost Amount: $0000
Duration: 27 Days
Seasons : Spring and Autumn
Type: Hard
Activities : Climbing/ Hiking/ sightseeing/ Trekking
No. of Pax : 2+
Maximum Access : 6143m
Starts From : bhadrapur
Ends at : bhadrapur

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