This expedition is for climbers who are planning a technical challenge climbing at 6000M – 64000M altitude. Climbers are expected to be exceptionally fit. As the altitude is high, this expedition is for advanced level climbers and not for begineers.
Spring and autumn are the best times to visit the stunning Cholatse expedition. The lovely walk in the area is ideal in the spring and fall because of the predictable weather and comfortable temperatures. During these times of year, the region experiences fewer weather-related difficulties. The Cholatse expedition will be a blast for you.
Weather & temperature:
Spring (March, April, May): The weather is slightly warm in low lying areas and moderate in higher altitudes throughout this time, providing many opportunity for breathtaking views of the mountains and surroundings.
Summer (June, July, and August): In Nepal, it is also monsoon time. The weather is now hot and occasionally rainy. Nearly every day is cloudy with sporadic evening thunderstorms.
Autumn (September, October and November): Due to the arrival of winter and the conclusion of the summer, this period is regarded as the best travel season in Nepal. The views of the mountains and the weather are both very wonderful. The presence of trekkers and adventure groups enhances the beauty of the trekking paths.
Winter (December, January and February): The temperature is chilly, the sky is clear, and there are sporadic snowfalls at high altitude throughout this period. It will be quite challenging to cross high altitude passes as the majority of the lodges close. The morning and evenings can get very chilly, with temperatures occasionally falling below zero, but the days are bright and pleasant.
Trekking permit, Climbing permit, and Sagarmatha National Park permits are required during the trip. These permits will be prepared by us and is included in the cost.
You are required to obtain travel insurance that should cover any comprehensive costs you might incur due to accidents or medical difficulties while visiting Nepal. Travel insurance must, in particular, cover air ambulance, medical expenses, rescue and evacuation costs, product cancellation and reimbursement costs, and airline delay and cancellation costs.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Is any experience required?
You must have substantial mountaineering experience to participate in the Peak climbing or expedition. You should also start preparing yourself 3-4 months prior to your trip doing strenuous exercise.
- What kind of accommodation do we get?
In the base camp we will be staying in the tents set up by the sherpas whereas on the trail we will be staying at tea house with twin room sharing system.
- What kind of meals are available?
You get good quality and choices of food in the tea house and guest houses. In the base camp, our team sherpas will be making the meals for you.
- What are the sources of water in the region?
Every teahouse and guesthouse provide boiled water to their guests. You can also buy mineral water bottle. You can also use iodine tablets for water purification.