Mount Chamlang (7319m) is a beautiful mountain lying in the Makalu region (Hongu valley, southwest of Makalu). Mount Chamlang is situated in south west of world’s fifth highest mountain; Mount Makalu. You’ll trek in some part of Everest region in the beginning and then you’ll trek in the beautiful Makalu Barun National Park. From the summit of Mount Chamlang, you’ll have stunning panoramic view of giant 8000 meter mountains which includes five of the world’s 8000m peaks such as Everest, Kangchenjunga, Makalu, Cho-Oyu, Lhotse and many other 7,000m peaks including Baruntse, Ama Dablam, Pumori, Kangtega, Nuptse. Trekking Experts offers Mount Chamlang Expedition to bring you the top of Mount Chamlang.
Mount Chamlang Expedition with Trekking Experts begins with spectacular flight to Tenzing-Hillary Lukla airport. And the trail to base camp of Mount Chamlang follows Lukla, Chutanga, Khare (base camp of highest trekking Peak- Mera Peak and then to Chamlang base camp. You’ll cross two popular high passes Zatrawala Pass (4600m) and Mera La Pass (5400m) on the way to base camp. Trekking in the un-spoilt Makau region offers you pure wilderness, several passes, moraines, glacial lakes and views of spectacular peak and also the amazing views of Everest and Kanchenjunga. Climbing Mount Chamlang requires high level of physical fitness and previous experience of technical climbing. The Chamlang Expedition is an excellent option for adventure-seeking climbers to gain a thrill and excitement filled adventure climbing with rewards of stunning views of the world’s towering mountains.
Climb beautiful 7319-meter Mount Chamlang
Trekking in the beautiful Makalu Barun National Park
Magnificent views of high mountains that include 5 of the world’s highest mountains over 8000 meters: Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Lhotse and other 7000 meters peaks including Baruntse, Pumori, Nuptse and the majestic Ama Dablam
The crossing of challenging passes Zetrawa La Pass (4600m) and Mera La (5400m)
Opportunity to gain an ultimate climbing experience of peak over 7000 meters