Mt. Pumori 7,161m/23,494ft is a mountain of Nepal magnificently standing on the Nepal–Tibet border in the Mahalangur section of the Himalayas. Mt. Pumori is located just a few kilometers west of the world’s highest Mt. Everest. The word Pumori means “the mountain daughter”. Sometime climber mentions Mt. Pumori as an “Everest’s Daughter”. Mt. Pumori Expedition is a popular adventure activity in Nepal which was firstly ascended by the German-Swiss expedition team in 1962. Two Czech climbers climbed on the south face in 1995. Although a 7,000er, Mt. Pumori is obviously is a daring mountain offering sections of untamed exposure requiring climbers to possess previous mountaineering experience and with excellent fitness level. Mt. Pumori Expedition is rewarded with brilliant photographic views of snowy mountains which include Mt. Lhotse and Mt. Everest.
The climb to Pumori is extremely popular and coveted as an introductory qualifying climb for Everest by many operators. Whatever your reason to climb it's a fun and fairly straightforward and accessible climb with relatively low objective danger. It is also a very nice introduction to climbing in the Khumbu region and a funny way to do Everest Base Camp trek with 7000m peak climb which is an easy, quick, and non-cumbersome acclimatization process. We arrange both the logistic assistance and guided climbing for the Pumori expedition. Climbing Pumori requires a moderate technical hop on ice and snow. The normal route for climbing is South East Ridge.