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Rolwaling Tashi Lapsa Pass Trekking

Overview,

Number of Pax: 2 to 10
Duration of Treks: 13 Night 14 Days:
Place Covered: Kathmandu-Dolkha-Beding-Tashilapsa pass-Thame -Namche-Lukla-Kathmandu
Travels time: October/November/April/May,
Maximum High Altitude: 5755m,
Trekking Mode: Camping,
Hotel in Kathmandu: 4 Night include Breakfast,
Lukla-Kathmandu- include plane,Rolwaling TasHi Lapsa Pass Trekking

 

Trip Facts

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu.  Airport and transfer to your hotel.

Day 02: Free day at Kathmandu hotel include with breakfast,

Day 03: Kathmandu- Shigati by bus 9 hour (1020 m). Pine forests interspersed with terraced fields and villages. Crossing many rivers that flow into the Khosi Thambi.

Day 04: Shigati 6 hour to Gongar (1350 m). It follows the tumultuous course of the Bhote Kosi passage on many suspension bridges. Nice view of the Gauri Shankar (7145 m). The village’s valley becomes more collected.

Day 05: Gongar 6 hour to Simigaon (2020 m). Step short. After two hours we left the valley and headed east. The road rises through an impressive church land, and then crosses area of terraced fields. Manis and chortens mark the    approach of Sherpa village of Simi Gaun.

Day 06: Simigaon 6/7 hour to Donga (2800). Through a beautiful forest of rhododendron, the trail climbs gradually up Gyalche, and then follows the course of the Rolwaling Khola. Camp along the river where installed some "tea houses".

Day 07: Donga 5/6 hour to Beding (3690 m). Beding, the last inhabited village of the valley consists of about thirty houses and a small monastery. From there you can see the Melungtse (7181 m), the highest peak of Rowling.

Day 08: Biding 6 hour to Na (4180 m). Step up short Na, a small alpine village, inhabited only in summer. Nice views Chobutse (6685 m) and Chugimago (6259 m).

Day 09: Na Day of acclimatization. Rest or excursion towards the Yalung La. While the carriers remain in the camp, we climbed a steep slope that leads to a vast circle (4900 m) crossed by streams, below the Yalung La. is the Yalung Glacier, the south Ramdung Peak (5930 m) to the west Yalung Ri (5630 m) and north of the border vertices Tibetan.

Day 10: Na 5/6 hour to Nyiduk Kongma (4750 m). We climb to the dam that holds the Tsho Rolpa. Hollandaise team responsible for the work rendered necessary by the growing risk of seeing the lake create a breach in a thin moraine and rush to the underlying valley progression along the south shore. The old road to the north shore by Chobu, always indicated by the maps, is long gone, moraine bordering the lake having totally collapsed into it. After 300 m ascent through a vast chaos moraine, we descend almost as much and it installs in a circus camp overlooking the sandy border between Lake and Tsho Rolpa glacier treading.

Day 11: Nyiduk-Kongma 5/6 hour Drolumbar Glacier 5200m.The trail descends on the glacier Treading, an impressive range of rocks which appear in some sections of blue ice. The progression becomes painful to a rocky outcrop just below the glacier Dolumbau which is reached by a cliff that requires the use of a rope to help carriers to climb the 160 meters that provide access to campsites. Fantastic panoramic view of the Glacier Treading below and the wall of glacier ice Drolumbau north. Emotion assured: it is at the forefront of a permanent spectacle of wild rivers that cut into the ice, falls of rocks and crevasses collapses.

Day 12: Glacier 7/8 hour to Drolumbau - Tashi LAPSA (5755 m) - Camp at 5200 m. The only route that can take up on the glacier Drolumbau is difficult and steep, but the show is beautiful: the Tengi Ragi Tau (6,943 m), Bigphero-Go Shar (6729 m), Dragkar- GB (6793 m), and other peaks towards the Tibetan border is a beautiful backdrop. Then progress on moraines on moderate slopes, with a few strokes on ice. Camp after Tashi Lapsa, at 5200 m altitude

Day 13: Camp at 5200 m - Thame 5/6 hour (3800 m) easy descent. Shortly before arriving in Thame, a small Sherpa village, you can visit a picturesque monastery clinging to the mountainside.

Day 14: Thame 5 hour to Namche Bazar (3440 m). Step short. Many stone walls bearing inscriptions. Visit Namche Bazaar, the capital of the Khumbu.

Day 15: Namche Bazar 7 hour to Lukla (2800m). Descent into the forest and progression along the Dudh Kosi. Then a short climb to Lukla.

Day 16: From Lukla –by Plane to Kathmandu and hotel include,

Day 17: Katmandu. Free day safety Day for the international flight.

Day 18: Katmandu. Transfer hotel-airport.

  • Arriva and Departure transport,
  • Stander accommodation hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast 4 Night,
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, with coffee and tea,
  • Camping equipment such as tow men tent, Dining tent, toilet tent and kitchen equipment,
  • Government License holder Climbing Guide and Cook necessary porters,
  • Bus transport Kathmandu-Sengate.
  • Rolwaling park permit,
  • Lukla-Kathmandu Plane,
  • General Climbing Equipment Such as fix Rope, Ice screw, Snow bar and Rock piton.
  •     Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu,
  • Your Travels insurance,
  • Nepal entry Visa fee. You can obtain your visa in Kathmandu airport Emigration,
  • Alcohol, Cold drinks and Laundry Telephone.
  • Your Trekking and Climbing equipment,
  • Tips for Nepali staff,

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