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Boudhanath stupa, one of the famous and enlisted world heritage site

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Annapurna Base Camp known as Annapurna Sanctuary trekking

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Chulu East Peak Climbing (6504m) 22Days

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Chulu East Peak Climbing (6564m) trip is one of the most popular climbing peaks existent in Annapurna Region. This peak is renowned for breath-taking mountain views, memorable trekking and adventurous peak climbing. The cost for Chulu East Peak climbing varies agency to agency ranging between USD$2600 and USD$45000 while Himalyan Wild Treks has limited it to USD$2550 In addition, Himalayan Wild Treks offers traveler-friendly stretchable Chulu East Peak Climbing Itinerary and latest Map for Chulu East Climbing Peak. Situated in Manang Chulu East is located to the East of Chulu West.

First summited by a German Expedition Team in 1995, Chulu East grants splendors of the Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and Manaslu Mountain ranges. Gangapurna, Glacier Dome and Tilicho Peaks are. The climbers of Chulu East have to trail through the icy section over 6000 m. There are glacier sections and snow-clad slopes below the summit, which adds more difficulty. Therefore the climbers are supposed to have basic climbing skills with a good knowledge of equipment use in the climbing. Prior experience is instrumental, however, freshers and novices are able to explore and scale the peak of this technical peak. Chulu East Peak Climbing also takes us to Annapurna Massif. Ascending Marshyangdi Valley, traversing across Thorung La Pass aling with descence to Kali Gandaki are the phenomenal aspects of the trekking.

Technically stating , the trek starts with a brief sightseeing of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu prior to bus journey to Besi Shahar (820m). Then we traverse serially to Bahundada (1310m), Chhame (1430m), Dharapani (1960m) , Pisang(3190m), Manang (3540m) arriving at Chulu East Base Camp (3910m). Hiking straight up to Chulu High Camp (4955m) we will have an acclimatization at High Camp before scaling the summit. Once we successfully summit the peak of Chulu East (6564m), we trace back down to Manag (3351m), from where we traverse to Churi Letdar (4200m), Thorang Phedi(4450m), Thorang La Pass(5416m),  Muktinath (3710m), Kagbeni (2800m), Marpha (2667m), arriving at Kalopani in Lete (2438m). Then onwards we traverse into Tatopani (1189m) arriving finally at Ghorepani (2855m) to enjoy the sunrise view from Poonhill (3210m). The we hike towards Tikhedhunga (1517m) to Nayapul (1070m) from where we drive to Pokhara(800m).

Himalayan Wild Treks is one of the most reliant trekking agencies in Nepal, teamed up with highly professionals and veterans who have been working in tourism industry of Nepal for decades. We organize peak climbings in Nepal and we have a strong crew of the mountaineers who are experts and have climbed mountains including eight thousanders. Please feel free to contact us for Chulu East Peak Climbing. We are on standby around the clock to respond to your queries.

Itinerary for Chulu East Climbing
Day 01 : Kathmandu (1200m ) to Besi Shahar (820m).

Day 02 : Besi Shahar (820m) to Bahundada (1310m)

Day 03 : Bahundada (1310m) to Chhame (1430m)

Day 04 : Chhame (1430m) to Dharapani (1960m)

Day 05 : Dharapani (1960m) to  Pisang (3190m)

Day 06 : Pisang (3190m)  to Manang (3540m)

Day 07 : Manang (3540m) to Chulu East Base Camp (3910m).

Day 08 : Chulu East Base Camp (3910m) to  Chulu High Camp (4955m)

Day 09 : Acclimatization Day

Day 10 : Climbing of Chulu East (6564m)

Day 11 : Chulu East(6564m) to Manag (3351m)

Day 12 : Manag (3351m) to Churi Letdar (4200m)

Day 13 : Churi Letdar (4200m) to  Thorang Phedi (4450m)

Day 14 : Thorang Phedi (4450m) to Thorang La Pass (5416m)

Day 15 : Thorang La Pass (5416m) to Muktinath (3710m)

Day 16 : Muktinath (3710m) to Kagbeni (2800m)

Day 17 : Kagbeni (2800m) to Marpha (2667m)

Day 18 : Marpha (2667m) to Kalopani in Lete (2438m)

Day 19 : Kalopani in Lete (2438m) to Tatopani (1189m)

Day 20 : Tatopani (1189m)  to Ghorepani (2855m) / hike up to enjoy the sunrise view from Poonhill (3210m).

Day 21 : Ghorepani (2855m) to Tikhedhunga (1517m)Day 22 : Tikhedhunga (1517m) to Nayapul (1070m) / drive to Pokhara (800m).

Chulu East Permit Fees
1. Spring season (March, April, May)
- USD$ 400
2. Autumn season (September, October, November) USD$200

3. Winter season (December, January, February)- USD$100
4. Summer season (June, July, August) USD$100

The price mentioned above is set by Nepal Mountaineering Association and brought in effect for everyone to abide by. The price remains constant and does not change according to wishes of an individual. Spring is comparatively more expensive because it provides the best weather and is favored most by the travelers.

Highlights of Chulu East Peak
Chulu East Peak
offers the best of the Annapurna Region. The summit of Chulu East is a celebrated viewpoint for famous mountains like Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Manaslu Mountain Ranges. Even Gangapurna and Glacier Dome are strikingly visible from Chulu East Peak. Reputed for the best view of the foreboding mountains and human settlements, the peak is surrounded by all the natural beauty Annapurna Region has to offer. Among the travelers, this area is popular with a tag - 'the paradise for photographers.' On the trail travelers can discover culuture and lifestyle of Gurung and Magar ethnic groups. First climbed by a German Expedition Team, the peak also offers a great deal of peace and tranquility.

Difficulty for Chulu East Climbing

Chulu East Climbing is not a stroll in the park. It might prove to be strenuous thereby posing a great scale of adventure and thrill of the Himalayas. You will need to be able to walk six to seven hours on a daily basis till the journey wraps up. The ups and downs of the alpine trajectory are undoubtedly challenging as well as adventurous. If you are traveling in winter, you are bound to find it too cold and if it is in summer, intermittent rains and hovering clouds will hinder your expectations from coming true. Peak climbing rehearsal carried out will boost your confidence.

Chulu East Best Season
When it comes to the best season for Chulu East Peak Climbing, spring is the most celebrated season by the majority of the travelers. For the fact that spring provides the best weather, majority of the travelers go for it. Besides, we can recommend you autumn which is neither too cold nor too hot to climb the peak. The mild temperature in autumn that comes along with peace and tranquility soothes your journey and makes it memorable. Most travelers shun winter because it is excessively cold and summer which often remains cloudy and rainy.

Chulu East Physical Fitness
You are not required to be super fit with abs and muscles to clim this peak. However, certain level of fitness is mandatory. Because physically obese people are prone to physical states like altitude sickness, it is important that you are physically in a good shape. You might need to get into fitness before considering Chulu East Peak your next destination. Prior climbing experience will prove to be instrumental to the success and rhapsody of the peak climbing. Our mountain guides will drill you about how to cope in a newer climatic zone without letting it affect your body in a negative way. This peak can also be a training peak before you climb other higher peaks and mountains.

Chulu East Weather
Chulu East Weather has variation depending on seasons you are trekking in the region. The months of June, July and August receive the most rainfall with overcast days whereas the moths of December, January and February are respectively very cold therefore most travelers are found looking for the months with weather clarity and moderate temperature. This indicates that September, October and November of autumn and March, April and May of spring render the best possible weather for Chulu East Peak Climbing. The winter temperature drops to sub zero. Regardless of the weather variation, we can organize Chulu East Climbing around the year.

How to reach Chulu East?
Chulu East Climbing starts with a brief sightseeing of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu prior to bus journey to Besi Shahar .Then we traverse serially to Bahundada , Chhame, Dharapani, Pisang, Manang arriving at Chulu East Base Camp. Hiking straight up to Chulu High Camp where we have acclimatization before scaling the summit. Once we successfully summit the peak of Chulu East we trace back down to Manang from where we traverse to Churi Letdar,Thorang Phedi, Thorang La PassMuktinath , Kagbeni, Marpha ,arriving at Kalopani in Lete. Then onwards we traverse into Tatopani arriving finally at Ghorepani to enjoy the sunrise view from Poonhill. The we hike towards Tikhedhunga to Nayapul from where we drive to Pokhara.

Itinerary for Chulu East Climbing

Day 01 : Kathmandu (1200m ) to Besi Shahar(820m).

Day 02 : Besi Shahar(820m) to Bahundanda(1310m)

Day 03 : Bahundada(1310m) to Chhame(1430m)

Day 04 : Chhame(1430m) to Dharapani(1960m)

Day 05 : Dharapani(1960m) to  Pisang(3190m)

Day 06 : Pisang(3190m)  to Manang(3540m)

Day 07 : Manang(3540m) to Chulu East Base Camp(3910m).

Day 08 : Chulu East Base Camp(3910m) to  Chulu High Camp(4955m)

Day 09 : Acclimatization Day

Day 10 : Climbing of Chulu East(6564m)

Day 11 : Chulu East(6564m) to Manag(3351m)

Day 12 : Manag(3351m) to Churi Letdar(4200m)

Day 13 : Churi Letdar(4200m) to  Thorang Phedi(4450m)

Day 14 : Thorang Phedi(4450m) to Thorang La Pass(5416m)

Day 15 : Thorang La Pass(5416m) to Muktinath(3710m)

Day 16 : Muktinath(3710m) to Kagbeni(2800m)

Day 17 : Kagbeni(2800m) to Marpha(2667m)

Day 18 : Marpha(2667m) to Kalopani in Lete(2438m)

Day 19 : Kalopani in Lete(2438m) to Tatopani(1189m)

Day 20 : Tatopani(1189m)  to Ghorepani(2855m) / hike up to enjoy the sunrise view from Poonhill(3210m).

Day 21 : Ghorepani(2855m) to Tikhedhunga(1517m)

Day 22 : Tikhedhunga(1517m) to Nayapul(1070m) / drive to Pokhara(800m).

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Cost Amount: USD$2550
Duration: 22 Days
Seasons : Spring and Autumn
Type: Challenging
Activities : Climbing/ Hiking/ sightseeing/ Trekking
No. of Pax : 2+
Maximum Access : Chulu East Peak Climbing (6504m)
Starts From : Besishahar
Ends at : Pokhara

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