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The Kangchenjunga is a mountain of the Himalaya range, at the far East of Nepal on the border of the district of Sikkim and around twenty kilometers South of Tibet. It is one of the 14 mountains on Earth that are more than 8,000 meters (26,247 ft) high above sea level. With an elevation of 8,586 m, Kangchenjunga is the third highest, after Mount Everest (8,850 m) and K2 (8,611 m).
It is also called Kanchenjunga, Kangchen Dzo-nga or Kachendzonga, which means "The Five Treasures of Snows".
The Kangchenjunga contains five peaks, four of them are above 8,400 meters: main summit (8,586 m), West summit (8,505 m), central summit (8,482 m), South summit (8,494 M) and Kangbachen (7,903 m).
Our team has dozens of trekking peaks, 7000m peak, 8000m peaks, and Everest Summiter between them. Our Team certified from IFMGA/UIAGM Mountain Guide, NMA Mountaineering Guide (climbing sherpa), well trained, and experience. Our group is enthusiastic, motivated, and regarded as the strongest and most cohesive group of the mountain in Nepal. It is indicative of the reputation that our team has an earned-that team from other expeditions enthusiastically pursue a future position with the IANEPAL TEAM.
Our cooking staffs are very well known for the quality of the cuisine they produce and as a consequence are coveted by other team leaders due to the reputation They have established. We have been developing and training our personal within our team for over 8 years and they have become an integral part of the IANEPAL TEAM.
the standard caravan route is along the route of the 1955 Britsh expeditions up the South-west. After several attempts the mountain was first climbed in 1955 on 25 May by a British expedition lead by Charles Evans. The first ascent was by George Band and Joe Brown. Traditionally there are 4 camps above base camp C1, C2, C3. and C4.
Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel
Day 2-3: Preparation, Briefing last and permit formalities
Day 4: Fly to Bhadrapur and drive to Ilam Bazar lodge
Day 5: Drive to jorpul via phidim
Day 6: trek to Khelbang
Day 7: Trek to Yamphudin
Day 8: Trek to Torongdin
Day 9-10: trek to Tseram and acclimatization day
Day 11: Trek to Ramche - Camping
Day 12: Middle camp - Camping
Day 13: Kangchenjunga Base camp (4,900m)
Day 14-46: Climbing Period
Day 47: Preparation day to return to Kathmandu
Day 48: Trek to Ramche -camping
Day 49-52: Bhadra Pur lodge trek
Day 53: fly to Kathmandu
Day 54: Kathmandu
Day 55: Departure
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Personal Equipment information Of KANGCHENJUNGA EXPEDITION
Down Jacket big one at the base camp (20˚ to -30˚), Down suit, Sleeping bag (-25˚ to -40˚)
Personal Climbing equipment for KANGCHENJUNGA EXPEDITION
Helmet, Harness, Ice-axe semi a normal one, Lock carabineers, Unlock carabineers, Quickdraw (2Pic), Tape sling (60cm and 120cm), Auxiliary cord (assistance rope) - 7mm (5mters), Cow’s tail personal safety cord, Belay device (eight, ATC guide or Reverso), Ascender (jumer), Micro Traxion (If you have),Ice screw (10cm and 12cm), Crampons (normal one)
Passport, Money, Credit Cards, Personal Travel Insurance, Passport size photos, Pen & dairy book, Commination device (laptops, Tap or phone), Camera and other personal documents
Woolen hat, Fleece hat, Balaclava, Headlamp with enough batteries
Sunglass UV more than 500%, Snow goggles
Note: - if you have eyes problem please consult your doctor because of in Nepal High Mountain has dry air and in the city so much dust
Sunblock cream SPF 25 to 50 (small tube), Lip balm SPF 10 to 15
Note:-depending your skin, please consult your doctor (as our experience some of my clients get allergy from sunblock cream)
Down Jacket (- 15˚ to -20˚), Fleece jacket, Gore-Tex Jacket, Trekking t-shirt (quick-dry and breathable), Baselayers Thermal and woolen long shirt
Down pant, Gore-tex pant, Climbing pant, Baselayers Thermal and woolen long trouser, Trekking pant, Trekking short pant, Underwears
Fleece glove, Ski glove, Gore-tex glove, Down mitten glove
One sport 8000m boot, Alpine boot, Trekking shoes, Approach shoes, Sandal, Woolen and normal socks, Gaiters, and Yaktrax or Kahtoola Microspikes in case of snow if needed especially in the winter trek and high passes
Three seasonal Sleeping bag (-15˚ to -20˚), Mattress pad, Sleeping liner
Day backpack (15 ltr to 20 ltr), Trekking bag (35 ltr to 50 ltr), Climbing bag (50ltr to 60ltr), Duffle bag (70ltr to 100ltr)
Trekking pole (stick), Drinking water bottle, Pee bottle, Thermos, First aid, Pocket knife, Duct tape (few meters –you can roll-on water bottle or trekking pole), Portable solar charger, Backup power bank, Bathing Suit:- Towel, Toothpaste, and brush, floss, mini hairbrush, razor, soap, a mini bottle of shampoo, travel mirror, nail clippers etc.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
it is your responsibility to ensure that you are fully and adequately insured for the duration of your trip. Please ensure that all activities, excursions, and destinations in your itinerary are included in your insurance policy, We advise to valuable clients to have full insurance against Medical, Evacuation, Trip cancellation, lost or damaged baggage, Air delays, etc. for this expedition, you must be covered up to 7000m altitude.
Insurance for Canadians and Americans
For Australians and New Zealanders
As soon as you arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport, you will get a visa on arrival.
For South Asian countries like Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, a gratis visa for 30 days is available for the first visit in one visa year.
Nepal Visa For Indian Nationals
Indian Tourist does not require a visa to enter in Nepal. To know more visit: Nepal Immigration
At City: Kathmandu
· Eco Lodges ( a small house with few rooms at remote areas)
Yes, Climbing Guide is very essential for Mt. Kangchenjunga Peak Climbing because it is not just for being a bit technical, but also due to several reasons like:
It is not a suitable peak for a beginner but you will need climbing courses and experience in high mountains above 6000m to 7000m before you joined the Mt. Kangchenjunga expedition. For the beginner want to join this expedition Please inform us at email email@example.com / +977 9856008848 what’s up the app.
Comparatively, this expedition is a much popular mountaineering expedition among the climbers.
In our vast experience in this field, we recommend a month because of our geography and our weather format.
West region – mid-April, May, mid-September, October, November and till mid-December
East region – April, May, October, November and till mid-December
The trekking and climbing routes are open throughout the four-season although there will be the problems of weather conditions and other circumstances in some season.
Most of the climbers use their own climbing gear and equipment so it's better if you have your own. Even if you don't have personal gears and equipment you can rent or buy in Kathmandu.
We have very experienced guides who highly trained and experienced, have climbed over 6000m to 8000m peaks as well as and have guides experienced for at least 5 years to 18 years. All our guides are certified IFMGA/UIAGM mountain guides, NMA mountaineering Guide, and trekking guides Ministry of Tourism licensed by Nepal Government.
We take bookings for this mountaineering expedition peak trip for people over 18 years old.
In Nepal cultural wise, the tip is expected by the climbing guides and base camp Nepali team
Normally, we will add this expedition to each expedition member's Oxygen cylinder, mask, and regulator using above camp 3. For the Gamow Bag (PAC) with only at base camp. In case of your requirements or your health issue, the staff of our company IANEPAL will provide you in case of an emergency.
Documentation: - Climbing permit, national park fees, rope fixing fees, and coordination with relevant government ministries. All government taxes are included in the price
Accommodation: - 6-night hotel in Kathmandu 3* Hotel, lodge during trekking and best camping tented at base camp full setup, and one sleeping tent v25 model each member at base camp and one tent searing base 2 people above base camp
Food: - full board meal during the trek best available hotel/lodges or tea house and climbing
Transport: - Domestic round trip Kathmandu-Biratnagar-Kathmandu, local transport after Biratnagar, international airport arrival & departure, all land transportation around cities with a private vehicle, Helicopter evacuation for Nepali team, Porter or yaks for this expedition and cargo domestic flight maximum 20 kg.
Communication: - Sat phone with a normal charge for use, Walkie-talkies for mountaineering team, weather report
Light: - Solar panel at Base Camp for light and charging small electronics. (Eg. laptops, mobile phones, amateur digital cameras, and handheld video cameras). And reading light at each tent in base camp.
Expedition team: - IFMGA Mountain Guide and climbing Sherpas, cook and kitchen boy at base camp and Government Liaison Officer. Equipment allowances & wages for the Nepali expedition team.
Safety equipment: - Oxygen bottle with mask and & regulator, Gamow bag (PAC), First aid kit, Oxy meter, and common climbing equipment in the group.
High-altitude illness is due to a decrease in oxygen at high altitude.
Atmospheric pressure decrease as altitude increases but the percentage of oxygen in the air remains constant; as a result, the partial pressure of oxygen decreases with altitude and is at 5500m (18000 feet) is about ½ of that at the sea level.
High-altitude illness is seen in people in people who have recently arrived at high altitude or have just gained altitude, and may start any time from few hours to a few days after ascending. High altitude is arbitrarily defined as altitudes higher than 3.000 m (10.000 ft). people with heart and hung decreases may have difficulty at lower altitudes and, rarely, a healthy, a healthy person will develop altitude illness at as low as 2500 m (8.200 ft).... READ MORE