Mt Baruntse at 7,129 meters/23,383ft is a mountain of Eastern Nepal located in the Khumbu region. It is encircled by major three Glaciers; Hunku Glacier in southern side, Barun Glacier in Eastern side and Imja Glacier in northwestern side. As per the climbing history of Mt. Baruntse expedition, the mountain was first climbed by Colin Todd and Geoff Harrow in May 30 1994 which team was led by Mt. Everest first climber Sir Edmund Hillary.As normally it is require to have site trip to acclimatize before climb Mt. Baruntse, here we have designed a package trip of Mt. Baruntse Expedition via Mera Peak Climbing where Mera Peak is Nepal’s highest trekking peak of NMA (Nepal Mountaineering Association) with an altitude of 6,461 meters above sea level (MASL).
Officially regulated day to day itinerary of 35 days Baruntse Expedition via Mera Peak Climbing adventure package trip with Adventure Mountain Nepal Trekking and Climbing Pvt. Ltd begins after spending a day in capital city Kathmandu with a day guided sightseeing tour around world heritage sites of UNESCO as well as well prepared for trekking and climbing activities. Then we make a short picturesque flight to Tenzing–Hillary Airport at Lukla which is an entrance of Khumbu & Everest. Initially we begin the trek through beautiful green hills, remote valleys, charming cultural villages and breathtaking waterfalls, following the places; Chhuthang, Tuli Kharka, Kothe, Thangnak and Khare before reaching at the Mera Peak Base Camp.
After having a rest and acclimatization at Khare, we start our ascends gradually towards Mera Peak Base Camp at 5,300 and Mera Peak High Camp at 57,00m with a technical demanding steeps and beautiful scenery of Everest, Makalu, Nuptse, Cho Oyu, Baruntse, Chamlang and other peaks. From Mera High Camp, we start a day very early in the morning by following the snow ridge and glaciers. Once we reach at the top of Mera Peak we will be rewarded by splendid 360 degree views which give us feel like a king of Himalayas. After having a great, short and memorable time at the top we immediately retrace our steeps back to Base camp and further head towards an impressive valley of Mt. Baruntse.
Once we reach at Mt. Baruntse Base Camp we need to have 10-13 days to ascend up to the top of Mt. Baruntse and back to Base Camp. First a couple of days we spend climbing training practice at Base camp before heading towards high camps and tough technical sections. Gradually head upward by feeling safe and comfortable with our experienced climbing crew, fully equipped with climbing and camping gears, following the instructions and guidelines of climbing leaders we will overcome several technical sections until reach to the summit. Once we get the summit, we will be rewarded by very close views of Mt. Everest, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Nuptse, Kanchengunga, Chamlang, Mera Peak and many other surrounding peaks with Everest region of Nepal.
After spending a memorable time at the summit, we will safely retrace our steeps to Mt. Baruntse Base Camp. After the base camp basically we will have two options to choose to back; one is return via same trail to Lukla and another is cross Nepal’s toughest pass; Amphu Lapcha La Pass at (5,845m), enter into Chhukung valley then Namche Bazaar and Lukla.