It is at the height of 7129m. in between on the lap of Everest and Makalu mountain. This mountain was first ascended first by Colin Todd and Geoff Harrow on 30 May 1954. They have climbed the mountain by the South -East Ridge. Since then many climbers have used this route and got succeeded. This mountain has also been becoming coveted day by day like the other Pumori, Ama Dablam and the Everest as well.
he south - East Ridge of Baruntse it is little bit difficult because of being straightforward hard ways to climb. There are hard sections of 50 Degree's elevation with a prominent ice cliff to be climbed facing the risk of avalanche. The climbers have succeeded the mountain mostly in the spring season because of being the season the best to the climber safety. But also some climbers have reached on its top in the autumn season as well.
According to our Monterosa Treks and Expedition's scheduled itinerary the expedition starts from Kathmandu - Lukla flight; and approximately 11 days trekking on foot to Baruntse Base camp; then via the same route on their way back to Kathmandu. The Base camp of Baruntse located very near to Pach Pokhari at the height of 5200m. This Baruntse can be climbed through Arun valley to Makalu Base camp as well.
Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu – transfer to Hotel
Day 02: Kathmandu
Day 03: Briefing in Tourism Ministry
Day 04: Fly to Lukla – Chutanga – Camp
Day 05: Chutanga – Nau Lekha– Camp
Day 06: Nau Lekha – Kothey –Camp
Day 07: Kothey - Thangnak – Camp
Day 08: Thangnak – Khare – Camp
Day 09: Kare – Mera BC – Camp
Day 10: Mera BC – Seto Pokhari Camp
Day 11: Seto Pokhari – Baruntse BC- Camp
Day 11 - 30 Climbing period of Mt. Baruntse 7129m
Day 31: Baruntse BC – Setopokhari Camp
Day 32: Setopokhari – Mera BC – Camp
Day 33: Mera BC to Khare – Camp
Day 34: Khare to Thagnag – Camp
Day 35: Thagnag to Kothey – Camp
Day 36: Kothey to Chutanga – Camp
Day 37: Chutanga to Lukla – Camp
Day 38: Lukla – Kathmandu fly
Day 39: Kathmandu
Day 40: Final Departure.
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