Baruntse Expedition (7,129m)

Baruntse Expedition is one of the great opportunities to prepare yourselves if you are eying for an 8000m in future. Mount Baruntse is a stunning and gorgeous snow peak between Makalu and Everest, lies in the epicenter of three glacier valleys, the Imja, the Hunku and Baruntse. The peak itself commands a central position amongst some of the high peaks of the Himalaya and it is the most accessible 7000m peak in the region besides having a normal route of ascent which can be guided.

Baruntse was the early Himalayan peaks recognized by Edmund Hillary’s team for climbing east of Everest and this mountain was first ascended by Colin Todd and Georg Harrow in 1954 by the South-East Ridge. The peak is crowned by four summits on four ridges with high rate of successful ascent on normal route via South Ridge.

Our Baruntse Expedition is followed by Mera Peak summit. This will be a great preparation in terms of acclimatization and physicality for Baruntse. You will be trekking in one of the beautiful regions of Nepal.

You will find yourselves among the highest mountain in the earth and in the very heart of Himalaya during the Baruntse Expedition. The reward of summit day includes breathtaking views of Lhotse, Makalu and mighty Everest. The successful climb of Baruntse peak provides utmost chances of success to climbing Mt Everest as the trails and the topography of these mountains are similar to each other. Baruntse Expedition is one of the best practices for the climber who desires to climb Mt Everest and other 8000m peaks.

The Mera peak summit, the crossing of Amphu La Pass and trekking around the Hinku Valley are the main highlights of this Baruntse expedition. Our Baruntse Expedition will be guided by our experienced Sherpa climbing guide. All the necessary safety equipment will be there at base camp to ensure your trip. You will need to take permits for Baruntse expedition from Nepal government. You can find more information about the permits on destination holiday Trek & expedition.


Maximum Altitude:7,129 meters
Best Season:Spring & Winter
Trip Grade:Extreme Hard
Group Size:1 – 15 people
Duration:39 Days


  • All group transportation
  • All Domestic Flights
  • All Govt. permits
  • Guide & porters
  • All Meals During Trek (B.L.D)
  • Twin Sharing/ 3 star category Lodge in Everest region (B. B Plan)
  • Sightseeing in Kathmandu
  • Insurance for Nepalese guide & porters
  • Basic Trekking Equipment: Climbing Ropes, Radio Phone, Hyper Bar Bag, DHT Duffel Bags (if required)
  • Trekking map, medical kit
  • Welcome & Farwell Dinner
  • Kitchen & Dinning Tents, 2 men Tents, tents for Nepalese Team Members
  • Kitchen Equipment, Toiletries
  • Cargo Flights


  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu
  • Personal Trekking Gears, Equipments
  • Personal Insurance
  • Personal Expenses and Tips
  • All alcoholic/ non Alcoholic Beverages
  • Emergency Rescue Evacuation
  • Battery Charge for Electronic Devices


Itenary to Baruntse Expedition as follows:


Day 1: Arriva in Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel

You will be met on arrival at Kathmandu airport and driven to the hotel.


Day 2 : Preparation for Expedition


Day 3 : Office formalities and preparation day in Kathmandu.


Day 4 : Fly to Lukla (2804m), trek to Chutok (2800m).


Day 5 : Trek to Pangkoma (2950m)


Day 6 : Trek to Kurke (3800m).


Day 7 : Trek to Thuli Kharka (4200m)


Day 8 : Trek to Kothey (3600m)


Day 9 : Trek to Tagnag (4350m)


Day 10 : Acclimatization and Rest day in Tagnag.


Day 11 : Trek to Khare (4900m)


Day 12 : Trek to Mera La (5415m)


Day 13 : Climb base camp to High camp (5800m)


Day 14 : Summit Mera Peak (6654m), back to base camp


Day 15 : Trek to Khongma Dingma (4850m)


Day 16 : Trek to seto Pokhari (5035m)


Day 17 : Trek to Baruntse base camp


Day 18 : Rest and acclimatization day I Base camp.


Day 19 – 30 : Climbing Period


Day 31 : Rest and cleanliness program in Baruntse Base camp.


Day 32 : Trek to Amphu Labtsa Pass (5650m)


Day 33 : Cross Amphu Labsta Pass, trek to Chukung (4750m)


Day 34 : Trek Chukung-Pangboche (3985m)


Day 35 : Trek back to Namche Bazaar (3500m)


Day 36 : Trek back to Lukla


Day 37 : Fly to Kathmandu


Day 38 : Free day in Kathmandu


Day 39 : Depart Kathmandu.

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