Mt. Pumori (7161m) is the most popular 7000m+ mountain in Nepal. Located in upper Khumbu region on the border of Nepal and Tibet, Mt. Pumori presents climbers with some of the best views of mountains around, such as Lhotse and Mount Everest . For serious climbers, Mt. Pumori is the starting point to other high altitude mountains.We climb from the South East Ridge.
The Mt. Pumori Expedition lasts 35 days. We start from Lukla via Kathmandu flight. From there we trek to Lobuche via Tengboche and Pheriche. Climbing days start from day12 for the next 16 days and return to Kathmandu by day 35.
Is this trip suitable for you?
Mt. Pumori is one of the most popular 7000m mountains to climb in Nepal. However this requires lot of technical climbing
Himalaya Guides is a professionally led “non-guided” expedition for experienced mountaneers who want to work as part of a team to tackle the mountain. We say “non-guided” because, compared to guiding operations on alpine-scale peaks such the European Alps, our leader and climbing Sherpa team working with you will not be able to protect your every move. You must therefore have broad mountaineering experience so that you are capable and willing to move between camps unassisted. You will have good support on the mountain from our climbing leader and Sherpa team. Our guiding and climbing experience can be viewed here.
Mt. Pumori Expedition (7161m)
Duration: 35 days
Timing: April – May
Price: Contact Us
Level: moderate technical climbing
|Included in price
All airport transfers in Nepal, all accommodation in Nepal, breakfast in Kathmandu, sightseeing tour in Kathmandu, trekking permits, peak fees and National Park entry, porters, Sherpas and guides, all meals on trek and climb, local staff insurance. Group climbing gear such as ropes, snow stakes, protection. Group equipment such as stoves, tents, mats, kitchen gear, medical kit, medical oxygen, Gammov bag, satellite phone.
|Excluded in price
International airfares, visas, transfer fees, departure taxes, excess baggage, tips to trek staff, hotels etc., personal travel insurance, lunch and dinner in KTM, personal expenses such as gifts, phone calls, laundry and alcohol, personal equipment.