Paldor Peak Climbing
Trek to Paldor Peak takes you to the beautiful natural, cultural and historical sites of the Langtang region. Paldor Peak Climbing provides you marvelous views of many stunning mountains like Ganesh Himal I (7422m\24350 ft). Ganesh Himal V (6950m\22801ft.), Pabil (7104m\23307ft.) and Lobsang Karpo (7150m\23458ft.). Along with this, you can also observe wild habitat like musk deer, hairy yaks. Next trek to Paldor peak is the wilderness of the Langtang region. Beautiful jungles of bamboo and pine trekking through small villages. Langtang trip offers you the local culture of Mongolian people their own cultures, traditions. Spring and autumn are the best seasons for climbing Paldor Peak.
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Climbing to Paldor Peak (5869m/19339ft) is located in the secluded area of the Langtang and Ganesh Himal region. The excellent part of this trail is the amazing lakes, waterfalls, the lush green farming terraces. Enchanting landscapes and stunning sunrise views of Himalayan.
Similarly, Paldor Peak can be climbed from withering North East, Southe East, West or Southwest Ridge. It is all up to the interest of climbers. For the first time, this peak was attempted by Bill Tilman, Peter Lloyd, Tenzing Sherpa, and Da Namgyal in 1949 through the North-East Ridge. Our trail joins Tiru and Karpu ridge at the end of Mailung Khola which is tributary of Trishuli Gandaki River.
First, we take the drive to Syabrubesi through Dhunche and then we start our trek toward Gatlang. We gradually gain altitude as we go up and then we take some days off to acclimatize properly. Then crossing Bhote Koshi, we reach Gatland village from here we head toward moraine filled valley Paldor. Properly acclimatizing and trekking from camp to camp we finally summit Paldor Peak. Enjoy amazing views there and finally return back through the same route. After we arrive in the civilization of Kathmandu, we organize a small get-together with the team. We will celebrate the successful summit to Paldor Peak and will make your trip memorable. Although, Paldor Peak maybe climb by beginners with no experience of peak climbing.
Although, we should consider serious preparation and proper equipment for climbing to the Paldor peak. Our company organizes all the necessary gears and equipment through trusted sources. So, you can carry on climbing the peak and worry-free will all manage from the company. .
Day to Day Outline Itinerary-
- Arrival in Kathmandu (1350m)
- Sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley & trip preparation
- Drive to Syabru Besi (1400m) – about 7 hrs
- Trek to Gatlang (2,200m) – 6 hrs
- Trek to Yak Kharka (3390m) – 5 hrs
- Trek to Somdang (3,270m) via Khurpu Danda Pass (3620m) – 5 hrs
- Trek to Jasta Khani (3700m.) – 5 hrs
- Trek to Paldor Base Camp (4,280m) – 5 hrs
- Rest Day at Base Camp
- Climb to High Camp – 5 hrs
- Rest Day at High Camp
- Trek to Summit of Paldor Peak (5,896m) and come back to High Camp – 9 hrs
- Trek to Paldor peak Base Camp (3,270m) – 7 hrs
- Trek to Jasta Khani – 6 hrs
- Trek to Gatlang – 5 hrs
- Trek to Syabru Besi – 5-6 hrs
- Drive to Kathmandu