We go ahead from Kathmandu and drive to Besisahar. The road we drive through will take us along the Trishuli Valley. We get magnificent views of the peaks, mostly the Ganesh Himal as well as Manaslu as we go after the river towards Mugling. We afterward twirl from the major road and move to Besisahar way where we start on our trek.
Chulu East Peak Climbing
Day 01 Drive from Kathmandu to Besisahar - 6 hours.
Day 02 Trek to Dharapani camp - 5 hours
Today we take a sharing jeep to Dharapani. After breakfast we take a local jeep towards Dharapani through bumpy road, where you can enjoy riding as well as views.Overnight in Dharapani.
Day 03 Trek to Chame - 6 hours
On this day, our way moves on to ascend to Bagarchap located at 2164m. Then, we go at the back of the trail from side to side with forest to Dhanagyu and scale up to Temang. Here we can observe the wonderful views of Manaslu plus Peak 29. The trail then descends all the way via fir and pine woods to Koto and then to Chame (2713m) which is the administrative hub of the Manang district. Overnight in Chame Camp.
Day 04 Trek to Pisang - 6 hours.
Today, walking away from Chame, we come to the alpine regions. Then we arrive at upper area of Manang, identified as Nyeshang. We will continue on the track of river barely through a deep gorge. And we will go by a few waterfalls before reaching Brathang to be found at 2919m. The trail then takes us continuously through the steep valley all the way through deep woods. Now we will be able to see very well views of Annapurna II. We traverse the stream where the amazing curved rock facade of Paungda Danda comes up roughly 1500m from the river shore. Moving further, we will reach village of Pisang lying at 3,185m.
Day 05 Trek to Julu - 6 hours
We now walk ahead from the major path and move downhill from Ngawal to reach Julu village, a tiny Tibetan mode community. The track today follows the stream up the valley going by herder's huts to a minute camp spot below a icy waterfall (3,962m). Overnight in Julu.
Day 06 Trek to Base Camp - 6 hours.
This is somewhat a tough day because we reach to the pinnacle and climb vertically up the gorge to the base camp located at 3950m. The trail moves up incessantly climbing to the crags towering above and we set up our base camp. Overnight in the base camp.
Day 07 Trek to High Camp - 7 hours
Today we have small walk to reach the high camp (5,300m). We will carry out ice axe and crampon practices, on foot roped up and the make use of the abseil tool. From high camp, we will be enthralled with the panorama of the Annapurna ranges with an incredible sunset and sunrise views.
Day 08 Summit Chulu (6564m) and back to base camp
Today, from high camp we will have a straight up rise to Col at 5,500m. We can notice the splendid summit edge at the front. The hard work of climb with ropes and other equipments is pleased by incredible views from the peak. Actually, we will be rewarded by the views of Gangapurna, the Annapurna, Manaslu etc. and at the back us lays Tibet. We will then walk back to the base camp. Overnight in base camp.
Day 09 Trek to Manang - 7 hours
Today, move downhill to the Manang Valley and go behind the most important track to Manang. We can make a trip to the small community of Braga which has its very old monastery. Braga is also residence to a petite tree nursery, a project that has been supported for 10 years. A short hike from Braga will take us to Manang. Overnight in Manang.
Day 10 Trek to Thorong Phedi - 7 hours
On this day, we make our way to the Thorong La. We go up out to the Marsyangdi valley and twist north-west valley of the Jarsang River. We will then pass from side to side with dry, with scrub, juniper and infrequent masses of birch. A traverse cross way the mount takes to Thorong Phedi which is bounded by high face at the bottom of the Thorong La (4,700m.). Overnight in Thorung Phedi.
Day 11 Trek to Muktinath via Thongla pass (5416m) - 8 hours
We will have a long day trek and leave Phedi. The first division of the way up is very sheer, but it becomes easy as we go to the top, even though the height still makes the going hard-hitting. Eventually, after more than a few false apexes, we get to the pass at 5416m. To the facade there is an astonishing landscape of snowy peaks pulled out northward to Tibet, and at our back we can notice a number of of the major peaks of Annapurna. The long way down starts but turns steeper ahead of easing off to a mild fall to Muktinath (3802m).
Day 12 Trek to Jomsom - 6 hours.
After breakfast we can slowly start our journey toward Jomsom via Kagbeni. The tails goes down to open valley to Jharkot very nice place to see Mustangi local cuture. Kagbeni itself a beautiful village where the mountain historical Monastery presented. Then follow the Kaligandaki river to Jomsom.
Day 13 Fly Jomsom to Pokhara - 30 min fly
We will catch the flights from Jomsom to reach Pokhara which are generally in the early morning because of the high storms which destroys the Kali Gandaki Valley afterward in the day. The eye-catching flight above the majestic views of Niligiri and Dhaulagiri appears. We fly to Pokhara
Day 14 Drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu - 7 hours
In the wake of investing noteworthy energy in Pokhara, we will drive to Kathmandu which takes around 7 hours by a visitor transport. Today you can simply unwind in the lodging or go for shopping. Medium-term in Kathmandu.