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Lhotse Expedition Nepal

  • Lhotse Expedition Nepal

Lhotse (8516m) is the second peak of Everest, is the fourth highest mountain in the world. It was first climbed by a Swiss expedition in 1956. The expedition also made the second

  • The first ascent took a direct route up the Lhotse Face, famous as the route to the South Col. Later expeditions attempted the South Face, one of the steepest and longest mountain walls in the world.

    The summit Lhotse East or Middle (8,414 m) is situated on the ridge between Main summit of Lhotse 8,516 m and summit Lhotse Shar 8,400 m. Any separate ascents up to this summit are practically excluded because of the steep walls and very crossed relief and it is possible to summit it only climbing up to Lhotse Main or Lhotse Shar before and then make a traverse of a very crossed ridge with a length about 1000 meters. The ascent up to Lhotse main by itself or Lhotse Shar is the task of separate expedition and the additional traverse which requires several days of work on the height more then 8,300 m makes the Lhotse East unclimbed till nowadays. Actually almost all more or less interesting eight thousanders Faces and ridges in Himalayas were climbed. Last first ascent up to the summit higher than 8000m was in 1982.

  • Day 01: Arrival pick up from the International Airport and transfer to Hotel
    Day 02: A free day in Kathmandu for the permit prepairation
    Day 03: Briefing in Ministry of Tourism
    Day 04: Kathmandu to Lukla and trek to Phakding (2640m)
    Day 05: Phakding to Namche Bazaar(3446m)
    Day 06: An extra day around Namche Bazaar
    Day 07: Namche Bazaar to Thyangboche Monastery (3800m)
    Day 08: Thangboche to Dingboche (4400m)
    Day 09: Rest in Dingboche for Acclimatization
    Day 10: Dingboche to Lobuche (4900m)
    Day 11: Lobuche to Gorekshep (5150m)
    Day 12: Gorekshep to Everest Base Camp (5300m)
    Day 13: Everest Base Camp
    Day 14-49: Climbing Period Lhotse
    Day 50: Cleaning up Base Camp
    Day 51: Everest Base Camp to Pheriche (4200m)
    Day 52: Pheriche to Thyangboche (3800m)
    Day 53: Thyangboche to Namche Bazaar (3446m)
    Day 54: Namche Bazaar to Lukla (2800m)
    Day 55: Lukla to Kathmandu by flight and transfer to Hotel
    Day 56: Free day in Kathmandu
    Day 57: Transfer to International Airport

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  • 46465_1603370169107_2986800_nNamaste Yadu

    I made it home safely and even was upgraded to business class for the first part of my flights home from Kathmandu to Abu Dhabi. Which was great.

    I would like to thank you for organising everything whilst I was in Nepal. You are certainly Mr FixIt when it comes to sorting out itineraries, hotels, guides, flights, buses, etc.This made my trip run very smoothly without any hitch. I will pass on you details to anyone I know who is looking to travel to Nepal.

    I also saw Ben a couple of days ago, he’s fine. He and Kate are expecting their 2nd child next year which is great news, he is really missing Nepal and we are talking about coming back.

    Do you have a postal address for Yala Adventure that I can courier some equipment for Pasang to. I have spoken to a few friends at some uk outdoor equipment distributors and have managed to get a pair of boots for him, free of charge which I would like to send over.
    I like to help out where I can and this would be a great way to say thank you.

    Hope all is well with you and your family

    Regards, your friend
    Sonny

    Sonny Bennett
  • Dear Mr Yadu,
    I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to you for arranging the trip to Mount Kailash intestimonials1 August 2012. Thank you for making this impossible dream becoming a Possible trip. Every moment has been cherished since then. It was such an amazing trip, carefully planned and prepared, and suitably adapted to my needs.I acknowledge how much efforts you put in this trip and how you went be.yond your limits. I would really recommend you to other travellers.
    A BIG BRAVO TO YOU
    Aarti Ramasamy
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