Camp 1: After 3 hrs. of trail you will reach
Advance Base Camp (ABC) 5700m. Fixed ropes can likewise be required once
in a while for hiking. Then at an altitude of 40 to 65 degrees slopes,
you have to walk for the distance of 500m. There are many blended climb
cross, rocks, steep and windy route, some ice walls, narrow ridges and
furthermore, a passage ascends on Mount Pumori.
Camp 2: It starts at 6200m which is situated on a
narrow moraine with no risk of a landslip. The trail follows to 400m of a
track with an icy ascend of 35-65 degrees. Over 5000m high is the ice
walls, numerous clefts, and risk of avalanche is there due to enormous
seracs dangling from the shoulder of 6500m.
Camp 3: The trail goes through the ridge to reach
the elevation of 6850m, which is excessively breezy. You can view
Tibetan plateau from this spot. Ropes are vital due to several ice walls
and crevasses on way to the summit. After that there are two climbing
ranges; one from Nepal side and another from Tibet side. Out of these
two ways, the Nepal side is less demanding to Mount Pumori Summit. After
completing this trek, the Summit is not difficult to reach the peak of
Going through crevasses, we ascend to Pumori cliff and after that to
the summit Mt. Pumori. The summit presents climbers with the few of the
best perspectives of mountains around, for example, Mount Everest and
Lhotse. The view gives you a photographic scene on reaching the summit.