Pachermo peak (6187m), which lies in the Rolwaling region is one of the popular trekking peak. So it takes you Rolwaling region trekking. It lies in 6187 m south of the TesiLapcha. This mountain is really attractive for climbing.
This peak is a straight forward snow peak mountain which was first climbed in 1955. The Rolwaling Valley is the main access to Pachermo peak. The scenery here is outstanding. The views from the summit is stunning. This trek is really challenging and difficult one in Rolwaling peak. Starting from Dolakha our treks start through the mixed cultures, from Brahmin towards the Buddhist. This peak lies to the Tibet boarder. The trek starts with a flight to Lukla and tekking towards Namche Bazar.
The peak climbing of Pachermo starts with a flight to Lukla and trekking toward the Thame village via Namche Bazaar or Drive to singhati and trekking toward the rolwaling – tasilapcha pass. Pachermo Peak has become an adventure climb for trekkers crossing the high Tasi Lapcha to Namche Bazaar in the Everest region. Pachharmo peak lies south of the Tesi Lapcha. It is on this route that you set up the high camp just below rock walls, and from there you will head to the ridge and finally to the summit of Pachermo. From the high camp near the Tashilapcha cross wide, crevasses snow slopes to gain the ridge of Pachermo, rising from the broken glacier of the pass.
High Altitude Sherpa can organize your all-inclusive 14 days Teahouse and couple of night camping trek. You will be required to get a Climbing permit and National Park/Conservation Area entrance fee before departing on expedition. Rolwaling Tashi lapcha pass trek entrance fee, Gaurishankhar Conservation Area entrance fee and the Sagarmath National Park entrance fee for the section from Tasi lapcha pass to lukla. the lukla is starting point of the Everest region trek.
BEST SESSION TO VISIT NEPAL
Autumn Session: September – November
The autumn months of mid-September, October and November are known for being Nepal’s mountaineering and the best time to go trekking. The monsoon rains have cleared the sky with outstanding the views are often remarkable. The valleys are still green and the weather is trifling so trekking is far more pleasurable at this time.
Winter Session : December – February
Winter season is usually snowfall at higher elevations in Himalayas. Though it gets colder in night, often it offers the clear day / blue sky and comparatively less trekkers on the trail. Winter Treks like Ghorepani pun hill trek, Mardi Himal trek, Everest base camp, Annapurna Panorama, Annapurna Sanctuary, Everest base and Langtang reason treks are always comfortable to trek even in winter season.
Spring Session: March – May
Spring is the best trekking and peak climbing season for the trekking and mountaineering in Nepal. Weather is mostly perfect and temperature is moderate which offers beautiful views without any obstruction. Spring collects beautiful flowers, plants and rare animals Walking is also very much suitable during this season.
Summer Session: June – August
Though summer collects heavy monsoon rainfall it is very much clear to trek around upper and lower Mustang, lower and upper Dolpo and Nar- Phu valley since they are rain shadow areas. Tibet is much more favorable for Tibet trek. Everest, Langtang and Annapurna are always comfortable to trek even in summer season.
Training and Climbing Approach
We spend couple of nights at base camp for proper acclimatization before we head to the higher camps. Upon arrival at base camp, we organize climbing training covering climbing techniques, glacier travel, rope fixing, ascending, descending, safety techniques, abseiling, belaying. We climb couple of times on our acclimatization hike to test your climbing skills before we head out on our attempt to pachermo peak.
Climbing and Team Composition
The expedition leads by an English Speaking high altitude experience guide. All climbing Sherpa guide have inclusive knowledge of wilderness medical training and they are competent to deal with the normal medical issues. This arrangement ensure that if anybody in the group get sick, the trip can still go ahead as planned for the rest of the group. In a group size of 4-5 people, two assistant guides, it is depend number of client where and how difficult you climbing peak.
Physical Condition & Experience Requirements:
Previous rock and ice climbing, high altitude over 5000 m experiences will be an asset. Experience of walking on Glacier with crampon and using ascending, descending device in mountain. on the day of summit will be required to walk 6-7 hours ascending and descending. The climbers need to feel confident and comfortable ascending or descending on fixed ropes along the steep technical terrain. It is important for medical conditions such as heart, lung, and blood diseases to consult their doctors before taking the trip.
Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu (1,300m).
High altitude Sherpa Trekking Company Airport Representative will meet you outside the Terminal Hall. Transfer to hotel brief you about tomorrow’s activities and collect your needed documents for our official needs. introduce with your trekking guide check the requirements and briefing about the pachermo peak each day program. O/N at hotel.
Day 02: Full day Kathmandu City Sightseeing.
The day second sightseeing tours to world heritage sites of Pashupatinath Temple-the holiest Hindu Temple on the bank of sacred Bagmati River,syambunath stupa.(its call monkey temple) Bodhanath Stupa-the biggest Buddhist Stupa architecture in the world. O/n at hotel.
Day 3: Drive Kathmandu to Sigatte (1020m): 5-6 hours.
We will drive from Kathmandu through the beautiful high green hills and white mountain views to the north. On the way we will visit the Bhimeswor Temple in Dolakha. The last hour’s dusty drive will lead down to our campsite on the Tama Kosi River bank.O/n at hotel.
Day 4: Sigatte – Jagat (1250m): 5-6 hours.
Our route follows the Bhote Kosi’s deep valley which gradually becomes more gorge-like. We crisscross the hectic river on picturesque suspension bridges and pass a few hamlets and villages. The forest sometimes gives way to views of the Gaurishankar (7145m). This area is still Hindu although signs of Buddhism, with prayer flags and Chortens begin to appear. O/n at hotel.
Day 5: Jagat – Simigaon (2025m): 5-6 hours.
Few houres walking, we leave the valley to continue east. The path slowly gains altitude on an impressive slope, and later crosses terraces. Simigaon is a Sherpa and Tamang village, marked by its Tibetan monastery perched above the houses on top of the hill in front of Gaurishankar. O/n at hotel.
Day 6: Simigaon – Donga/kharka (2800m): 5-6 hours.
We now enter the Rolwaling valley through a gorgeous rhododendron and bamboo forest. The path steadily climbs towards Gyalche. Eventually, we descend back down to the river and establish our campsite on the Rolwaling Khola bank: a narrow green belt beneath Gaurishankar. O/n at hotel.
Day 7: Donga – Beding (3690m): 5-6 hours.
We gradually climb the forested valley of tropical alpine vegetation, with excellent mountain scenery surrounding us. Arriving at Beding, we should see Melungtse I (7181m), Rolwaling’s highest summit. Beding is a lonely small village; well known to Everest summiteers from beding. An old but historical Buddhist Monastery is located in the center of the village. O/n at hotel.
Day 8. Beding – Na: (4185m): 5-6 hours.
A short walk will take us to Na; the last tiny alpine hamlet that is only inhabited during summer months. Na is situated just below the Tsho Rolpa Glacier Lake in a beautiful valley overlooked by some very impressive peaks, including Chobutse (6685m), Chugimago (6259m) and Yalung Ri (5630m). O/n at hotel.
Day 9. Na: Rest and acclimatization day – Yalung La hike: 4-5 hours.
We can either take a rest or organize an excursion towards the Yalung La pass. Here we climb steadily, the path taking us to a vast amphitheatre at 4900m, situated just below the pass, and the Ramdun peak ice fall which is furrowed with streams. This is an excellent place to view the Tsho-Rolpa glacier lake. In each direction we get stunning views: to the east the Yalung Glacier, south the Ramdung Peak (5930m), west the Yalung Ri (5630m) and to the north the breathtaking Himalayan summits along the Tibetan border. O/n at hotel.
Day 10: Na – Nyiduk Kongma (4750m): 5-6 hours.
We climb up to the dam that holds back the Tsho-Rolpa lake, preventing it from splitting the thin moraine and destroying the valleys below. We continue along the south bank. (The ancient route, marked on all maps, following the northern bank and passing through Chobu, no longer exists. In fact, the moraines bordering the lake have all collapsed into it.) After a 300m climb, we must cross a disordered moraine area only scramble down the height we walked up. The campsite is in a sandy amphitheatre, between the Tsho Rolpa and Trakarding glaciers. O/n in tented.
Day 11: Nyiduk Kongma – Drolumbau Glacier (5205m): 5 -6 hours.
The path plunges on towards the Trakarding glacier. This is a huge and impressive and rocky area that gives way, from time to time, to large sections of bluish ice. We’ll struggle on towards a rocky spur, just beneath the Dolumbau glacier. It is now quite a venture to access the glacier. We need to climb up a rock face and to set a rope for the porters, helping them to scramble up the 160m before accessing the campsite area. This provides a fantastic panorama with the Trakarding glacier below and the great glacial wall of the Drolumbau glacier to the north: an incredible spot with views of countless streams running off the glacier, falling rocks and collapsing ice.O/n at tented.
Day 12: Drolumbau Glacier -Teshi Laptsa pass (5755m).
We wake up early today at around 3 to 4 am and have our breakfast before beginning our climb . It is important we reach the summit before noon because in the afternoon the strong winds in the high lands might become a barrier for a successful summit. We need to rope up for the glacier as it contains several crevasses. The guides will fix a rope wherever necessary. After enjoying the summit views, and taking pictures, we descend all the way to Island Peak Base Camp. O/n at hotel.
Day 13: from summit decent to Camp at (5460): 6-7 hours.
The only route to get a foothold onto the Drolumbau glacier is tricky and fairly steep. Our efforts will be rewarded by a unique view towards Tengi Ragi Tau (6943m), Bigphero-Go Shar (6729m), Dragkar-Go (6793m), with a background of many peaks towards and beyond the Tibetan border. We progress through moraines and gentle slopes, from time to time crossing, glacial areas, towards the summit. The campsite is about 300m below the summit just beyond a tricky but impressive rocky section. O/n at hotel.
Day 14: Trek to Thame (3805m): 5-6 hours.
(If you are Interesting to do Renjola Pass#Gokiyo late#Chola Pass# Everest Base Camp)
Today offers an easy and pleasant descent. Just before arriving in the tiny Sherpa village of Thame, we can visit its picturesque monastery perched on the hillside. Thame lies on an important route for Tibetan traders and their yak caravans trekking across the Nangpa La (5716m/18,752) on the Tibetan border to Namche Bazaar and beyond. O/n at hotel.
Day 15. Thame – namche bazar (3435m): 3-4 hours.
Namche Bazaar is Sherpa Capital of Solu Khumbu region and visit Sagarmatha National Park visitor Center. There are plenty to do around Namche Bazaar and trekker should spend a day here acclimatizing day on way up to Everest base camp trek. O/n at hotel.
(If you have time keep continuing to Everest base camp).
Day 16: trek to Lukla (2840m/9,317ft): 6-7 houre.
We have to arrive in Lukla in time to reconfirm our return flight to Kathmandu for early the next morning. O/n at hotel.
Day 17: Lukla – Kathmandu. (1350m): 35min flight.
Early Morning flight to Kathmandu, transfer to your Hotel. Free afternoon and evening join the farewell dinner. .O/n at hotel
Flight Lukla – Kathmandu might be delayed due to poor visibility and bad weather forecast. alternative way by Heli…..
Day 18: Final departure:
Final Departure to your own destinations-Generally 3 hours before your flight time to get Kathmandu airport is needed in Nepal.
Member Personal Equipment
S.No: Particular. Qty
(1) : Summit shoe La Sportiva Olympus monts Evo – 1
(2) : Crampon – 1
(3) : Summit Glove (Mitten) – 1
(4) : Normal gloves – 2
(5) : Summit Snow goggles – 1
(6) : Glacier glasses – 1
(7) : Ice axe – 1
(8) : Harness & tapsling – 1
(9) : Jumer – 1
(10) : Carabiners (normal) – 3
(11) : Down filled Mattress – 1
(12) : Summit socks – 2
(13) : Normal socks – 6
(14) : Climbing bag (40 ltr) – 1
(15) : Helmet – 1
(16) : Down jacket – 1
(17) : Down trouser – 1
(18) : 8 finger / descender – 1
(19) : Headlamp (Icon or Spot) – 1
(20) : Gore-tex jacket – 1
(21) : Gore-tex trouser – 1
(22) : Fleece liner gloves – 3
(23) : Screw Gate Carabiner – 2
(24) : Balaclava (windstopper) – 1
(25) : Thermos bottle – 1
(26) : Base layer – 2
(27) : Swise Knife -1
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This is a difficult thing to scale. The level of the tip should reflect the level of satisfaction from and personal involvement with your guide. However peak bonus normally $.200 $.300 for high altitude sherps guide.
If you are Going Trekking and Climbing in Nepal, you Should Carry the Complete Medic kit.
First Aid Kit:
1. Povidone-iodine cream-1 tube.
– Antiseptic cream.
2. Cotton- 1 roll.
–For dressing wounds.
3. Dressing gauze –5 pcs.
– For dressing.
4. Crepe bandage –2.
– Sprains and strains,also great as a sling for arm fractures.
5. Band- aid –10.
6. Dressing tape -1.
– Great not just for dressing but falsifier mild soft tissue injuries especially in the knee and ankles.
7. Moleskin second skin-1 packet:
– Great for treating chaffing and blisters.
Finger Pulse Oximeter:
1. Normal arterial oxygen is approximately 75 to 100 millimeters of mercury (mm Hg).
2. Values fewer than 60 mm Hg usually indicate the need for supplemental oxygen.
3. Normal pulse oximeter readings usually range from 95 to 100 percent.
4. Values under 90 percent are considered low.
8. Paracetamole 500 mg- 20 tablets:
– For mild headaches.
9. Ibuprofen 400mg -10 taplets:
– To relieve moderate to severe pain.
10.Throat lozenges -20:
– For cough and sore throat. Given the cold dry mountain air,it is a good idea it have one in your mouth even without any discomfort.
11.Decongestant -10 tablets:
– For nausea congestion. Non-drowsy kinds like pseudo ephedrine recommended.
12. Antihistamine -10 tablets:
– For allergies.
13. Antiemetic -10 –tablets:
– To control the vomit and nausea.
14. Azithromycin 500mg – 10 tablet:
– For bacterial diarrhea.
15. Omeprazole 200mg –10 tablets:
– For minor gastric upsets and acidity.
16. Tinidazole 200 mg-3 taplats(500mg-12 tablets):
– For giardia and amoebic diarrhea.
17. Acetazolamide 250 mg –20 tablets:
– For helping with acclimataization and treating mild AMS.
18. Dexamethasone 400mg-10 tablets:
– To be used only under expert supervision to treat AMS.
19. Nifedipine 60mg- 10 tablets:
– To be use only under expert supervision to treat HAPE
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