Baruntse and Mera Peak – 7,162m/23,497ft

Highlights:

  • Ascent of Mera Peak 6,475 for acclimatization before climbing 7,152 meters Baruntse peak.
  • A trek to Hunku valley and heli out to Lukla from basecamp and to Kathmandu.
  • Baruntse summit, a close viewpoint of four eight thousand meters peak Everest, Lhotse, Makalu and Cho Oyu.
  • Organized by Thamserku with over 30 years of experience and guided by certified mountain guides and Sherpas.

Overview of Baruntse and Mera Peak Expedition Nepal

Baruntse a 7,152 meters peak is the central viewing point between Everest and Makalu. It is one of the most magnificent seven-thousand-meter peaks in Nepal with moderate difficulty. If you look from the Makalu or Everest area to the extreme southwest corner of the Solo Khumbu area, you immediately notice a wonderfully shapely ice pyramid. The Baruntse falls in all directions with cliffs and ice flanks onto the surrounding glaciers, only to the south, it sends a flawless, passable ridge down to the West-Col (6,143 m), the transition from the Makalu to the Everest area. Expeditions have repeatedly been carried out over this ridge in recent years, including regularly by Thamserku Expedition.

Even just accessing the base camp is an adventurous undertaking that allows you to get to know Nepal from one of its most remote corners. With the tactical move with the ascent of the Mera Peak 6,476 meters, you are well acclimatized and well prepared to be able to climb the Baruntse quickly, without wasting time.

The ascent of the Mera Peak Central 6,476 m is a glaciated high tour with short steep climbs up to 40 ° steepness. You should
be an experienced crampon walker; you should be able to climb flanks with a steepness of 35-40o without a rope safety device. In addition to the usual trekking equipment, a pair of warm crampon- compatible mountaineering boots, crampons and an ice axe, as well as safety material, are required for the ascent.

Ama Dablam

Ama Dablam – 6,812m/22,349ft

EXPEDITION OVERVIEW

Highlights

  • Mesmerizing a panoramic views of several peaks including Everest, Makalu and Cho-Oyu from the summit
  • 7 days back and forth trek to Ama Dablam base camp on full board 
  • Benefits of 14 days logistic arrangement at base camp and rotations to Camp I & II
  • Safe climb and descend with the assistance of an experienced climbing crew
  • A Pooja ceremony and technical climbing skill training 
  • Steep climb on Yellow Tower and traversing
  • A climbing certificate of reaching the summit

Overview

Mount Ama Dablam popularly known as the ‘Matterhorn of the Himalaya’ is a beautiful mountain, located almost due south of Mt. Everest and Mt. Lhotse in the Khumbu region. It is an ice-coated steep pyramid of ice with vertical walls and sharp, exposed ridges.

Mount Ama Dablam forms a lasting impression on many trekkers in Nepal, as it is perhaps the most stunning mountain along the popular trekking route to Everest Base Camp. The first ascent of Mount Ama Dablam was made in 1961 by the New Zealand and American expeditions team via South-West Ridge.

Our expedition can also be from the south-west route, a technical climb with three camps above base camp. The ascent usually is completed in less than four weeks. The climbing on this route involves pure rock climbing on exquisite granite followed by mixed snow and rock climbing. The last section to the summit involves ice climbing followed by a long steep snow slope. After a strenuous climb, you reach the top at the elevation of 6812 meters, mesmerizing panoramic views of Mt. Everest, Makalu, Cho-Oyu and many other peaks. 

You will have the full assistance of our highly professional climbing guides who has previous experience of climbing the mountain plus they have skills and techniques to tackle every hurdle during the climb. With their support, you are one step closer to the summit.