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Entry level Mountaineering or Exploratory Treks
Activities
  • 21 day trek/skills course/mountaineering
Accommodation
  • 4 nights hotel
  • 17 nights wilderness camping
  • 1 night private eco campsite
  • 1 night eco lodge
Meals
  • 20 Dinners
  • 20 Lunches
  • 23 Breakfasts

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Trip highlights


  • Learn from our experts the craft of mountaineering and alpine travel techniques
  • Immerse in the dramatic Rolwaling Valley
  • Take the next step and fulfill your alpine climbing aspirations; combine learning about safe climbing practices with the opportunity to summit a Himalayan peak
  • Test your skills on an ascent of Pachermo (6273m)
  • Enjoy the camaraderie and shared experience with our local crew
  • Be awed by unrivalled views of the Khumbu

Are you wondering what mountaineering is all about and whether it is a thing for you? Join us on a 100% hands on training trip in the best classroom in the world, the Himalaya. We will teach you basic and safe climbing practices and will encourage the development of self sufficiency in the mountains. The course, designed and led by Soren Kruse Ledet features a two to one climber/Sherpa ratio so you will be fully supported as you learn or refresh your skills. The setting could not be more spectacular, with an approach trek through Rhododendron, pine and juniper forest which gives way to the stunning Rolwaling valley and our base above the snowline. Gauri Shankar (7134m) and Melungtse (7181m) provide the perfect backdrop to our forays as we cover topics such as the placement of snow, ice and rock anchors, ascending/descending fixed lines, rock climbing, lead climbing, belaying, abseiling and a variety of knots. Following the in depth training sessions, we will forge ahead into the mountains and solidify our skills with an ascent of the rarely climbed but technically straightforward Pachermo (6273m). We will be rewarded with spectacular views back down the Rolwaling and into the Khumbu valley. For those interested in another peak, there is the option to extend the trip to 31 days and climb Kyajo Ri at (6189m) with Soren, with climbers undertaking the first peak returning to Kathmandu with our local team from day 21 onwards. Our adventure will concludes with the return trek via the Sherpa capital, Namche Bazaar before returning to Kathmandu. This is the perfect trip for anyone with mountaineering aspirations looking to learn the ropes as well as anyone wishing to build on existing skills.

Meals included
in the price
Valued at USD$850

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On arrival you will be met by a representative of World Expeditions and transferred to your hotel. You will meet your group leader and a trip briefing will be given in the late afternoon at the hotel. There are numerous preparations required before we embark on our expedition including a clothing and equipment check of all members by your guide, and distribution of gear (sleeping bag, down jacket and kitbag) and climbing packs (ice axe, crampons and harness). This evening we will head out for dinner, this is a great opportunity to get acquainted with your fellow group members.

Meals:  Nil

This morning a group meeting with gear check will be held and at this time any necessary items will be hired or purchased. The remainder of the day is free for you to explore Kathmandu’s bustling streets and significant landmarks. You may wish to start by exploring the city’s two most important World Heritage Listed spiritual sites: Pashupatinath, Nepal’s most sacred Hindu temple and an important cremation site; and Boudhanath, the largest Buddhist stupa in Nepal and the most sacred Tibetan Buddhist shrine outside of Tibet. Alternatively you could wander through the markets and shops of the busy Thamel precinct or explore some more of the city’s significant sites such as Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple) or the World Heritage Listed plazas of Patan, Bhaktapur or Durbar Square.

Meals:  B

After an early breakfast our travel day begins with a long drive to the small village of Chhechhet. It is a full day, as it will take approx. 7-8 hours depending on traffic and road conditions. At approx. 1350m, a cluster of houses mark Chechhet and we will cross the river just downstream from the confluence of the Rolwaling Khola. From here we will trek steeply uphill through terraced farm lands for 3-4 hrs before arriving at Simigoan (2050m) where we will camp for the night. We are among temperate forests that are home to ferns, mosses and small orchids, as well as rhesus and langur monkeys that are often seen jumping across the trees. Overnight fully serviced wilderness campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

The trail this morning is undulating and we will ascend through the forest to Kelje (2740m). This is rugged country off the main trekking trails and a good way to start the acclimatisation process. Overnight fully serviced wilderness campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

We set off this morning on a trek to the small village of Beding in the remote, stunning Rowling valley - which boasts beautiful alpine forest, and we'll walk along the river. As we gain height, the views will just get better. We enjoy experiencing unique and traditional Sherpa culture and will spend our time here practicing knots. Overnight fully serviced wilderness campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

With glorious mountain scenery and eye-opening panoramas, we continue to enjoy trekking in the spectacular Rolwaling Valley, admiring the views and and making our way to Na. This area is isolated with a diversity of culture among the small village farming settlements. The vegetation is mostly small shrubs, grasses and some juniper and birch. Our alpine views span out as we approach camp and we are fortunate to have them with us for the few days before a change of scenery. Chobuje, Kang Nachugo, Chekigo, Bamongo, Dorje Phagmo, to name a few peaks on the horizon. Na is the last substantial settlement before we reach Khumbu. At 4200 metres, Na is cosily tucked into a valley but inhospitable in winter, so villagers move through in late spring grazing their yak herds. Here we will have a rest day and consolidate the skills we've learnt so far. Overnight fully serviced wilderness campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

Our campsite is on a pleasant grassy patch, on the higher bank of the rocky riverbed. From our basecamp at Na village, we venture into suitable locations to learn a variety of skills, including the placement of snow anchors, ascending/descending fixed lines, lead climbing, placing rock protection, rock climbing, abseiling and jumaring. Time will be spent consolidating and practicing these skills. Overnight fully serviced wilderness campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

Depending on snow conditions, the walking to our lake camp should be relatively easy and a half day's walk. The path is fairly level, curving to the east and leading towards the Trakarding Glacier. Two fine mountains feed the glacier at the head of the valley and may clearly be seen as we approach camp; Bigphera Go Shar (East) and Bigphera Go Nup (West). A ten minute walk from camp up the lateral moraine provides a spectacular view of Tso Rolpa; one of the largest glacial lakes in Nepal. Looking back we have a superb view of Kang Nachugo and a glimpse of Melungtse in Tibet. Overnight fully serviced wilderness campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

We begin to make our way towards our objective, Pachermo (6273m) over the next few days and intend to have a rest day at high camp. Here we are able to pull out all our climbing gear; sort and check it, and rehearse and revise techniques we will use on the climb. Your guide will coordinate these activities to ensure everyone is completely conversant in procedures and correctly equipped. It will only be necessary to take personal gear for the climb with you. Any group gear, such as food, fuel and group climbing equipment/ropes etc will be carried up by some of our porters and staff. The remainder of gear will be stored at high camp where some of our staff will also stay until our return. Note - Our itinerary is totally flexible and it may be influenced by many factors such as weather, glacier and snow conditions, and the progress of the group and crew/porters. Your leader will have complete control of setting the schedule in order to maintain safety for all members of the expedition and to achieve the trip objectives in the smoothest and most efficient manner. Overnight fully serviced wilderness campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

An early start to ensure the best conditions for our summit attempt. We make our summit push via the north west, putting the skills we've garnered over the last two weeks into practice. The broad north ridge has a relatively easy angle; there are a couple of small ice walls to negotiate before reaching the narrow ridge below the summit. Some pitches are likely to be fixed. The views across the Khumbu valley and back down the Rolwaling are spectacular. We return to our high camp, where we may spend the night. Overnight fully serviced wilderness campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

We cross over the Tashi Labsta pass (5760m) and descend the glacier and moraine to the valley floor on the Khumbu side. Your leader may decide to amend the itinerary as suits group movement. Overnight fully serviced wilderness campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

We enjoy a leisurely and pleasant days trekking through grassy meadows where yaks are often grazing and our first signs of civilisation for some days. Before us, the mountains of Thamserku, Kang Taiga and Ama Dablam form a spectacular horizon before us (eastward), whilst Teng Kangpoche and Kwangde Ri rise directly beside us to the south. It is only a short walk on to Thame, a large Sherpa village at the junction of the Bhote Khosi. Thame has the oldest and most respected gompa in Khumbu and is the birthplace of Tenzing Norgay. There are extra days included here, which may be used earlier in the trip as contingency days. Those opting to add on the climb to Kyajo Ri (6189m) will leave the group after day 20 to continue on towards the mountain on the seven day extension. Please note this option needs to be prebooked (prices listed on these trip notes) so the relevant permits can be arranged and crew arranged. Overnight fully serviced wilderness campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

For those not continuing on to climb Kyajo Ri, this morning our trek will take us to the heart of the Khumbu, Namche Bazaar with our local team (if the Kyajo Ri option is operated, Soren will continue with climbers to this objective). Towering to over 4000 metres above the valley floor, spectacular peaks seem to engulf us. Around us are Taweche (6542 m), Thamserku (6808 m), Kantega (6685 m) and Ama Dablam (6856 m) among many others. There is an opportunity to explore the markets and watch this buzzing hive of activity, a stark contrast to the previous days. If time permits, we may continue to the village of Monjo today. Overnight at eco lodge.

Meals:  B,L,D

We descend the slopes of Namche to the Dudh Kosi joining the main trail to follow at riverside through numerous villages to Phakding. On crossing the bridge, we trek a short distance up and around, to the broad flat spur that Lukla lies upon. We will spend the night at an eco lodge at the edge of town. The last night is always memorable for an end of trip celebration with all the crew and porters. Overnight eco lodge.

Meals:  B,L,D

This morning we fly by Twin Otter aircraft to Kathmandu and transfer to the Radisson Hotel. The remainder of the day is at leisure to rest, relax or explore and shop in the town. Overnight hotel.

Meals:  B

The trip concludes in Kathmandu after breakfast with a transfer to the airport.

Meals:  B

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On arrival you will be met by a representative of World Expeditions and transferred to your hotel. You will meet your group leader and a trip briefing will be given in the late afternoon at the hotel. There are numerous preparations required before we embark on our expedition including a clothing and equipment check of all members by your guide, and distribution of gear (sleeping bag, down jacket and kitbag) and climbing packs (ice axe, crampons and harness). This evening we will head out for dinner, this is a great opportunity to get acquainted with your fellow group members.

Meals:  Nil

This morning a group meeting with gear check will be held and at this time any necessary items will be hired or purchased. The remainder of the day is free for you to explore Kathmandu’s bustling streets and significant landmarks. You may wish to start by exploring the city’s two most important World Heritage Listed spiritual sites: Pashupatinath, Nepal’s most sacred Hindu temple and an important cremation site; and Boudhanath, the largest Buddhist stupa in Nepal and the most sacred Tibetan Buddhist shrine outside of Tibet. Alternatively you could wander through the markets and shops of the busy Thamel precinct or explore some more of the city’s significant sites such as Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple) or the World Heritage Listed plazas of Patan, Bhaktapur or Durbar Square.

Meals:  B

After an early breakfast our travel day begins with a long drive to the small village of Chhechhet. It is a full day, as it will take approx. 7-8 hours depending on traffic and road conditions. At approx. 1350m, a cluster of houses mark Chechhet and we will cross the river just downstream from the confluence of the Rolwaling Khola. From here we will trek steeply uphill through terraced farm lands for 3-4 hrs before arriving at Simigoan (2050m) where we will camp for the night. We are among temperate forests that are home to ferns, mosses and small orchids, as well as rhesus and langur monkeys that are often seen jumping across the trees. Overnight fully serviced wilderness campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

The trail this morning is undulating and we will ascend through the forest to Kelje (2740m). This is rugged country off the main trekking trails and a good way to start the acclimatisation process. Overnight fully serviced wilderness campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

We set off this morning on a trek to the small village of Beding in the remote, stunning Rowling valley - which boasts beautiful alpine forest, and we'll walk along the river. As we gain height, the views will just get better. We enjoy experiencing unique and traditional Sherpa culture and will spend our time here practicing knots. Overnight fully serviced wilderness campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

With glorious mountain scenery and eye-opening panoramas, we continue to enjoy trekking in the spectacular Rolwaling Valley, admiring the views and and making our way to Na. This area is isolated with a diversity of culture among the small village farming settlements. The vegetation is mostly small shrubs, grasses and some juniper and birch. Our alpine views span out as we approach camp and we are fortunate to have them with us for the few days before a change of scenery. Chobuje, Kang Nachugo, Chekigo, Bamongo, Dorje Phagmo, to name a few peaks on the horizon. Na is the last substantial settlement before we reach Khumbu. At 4200 metres, Na is cosily tucked into a valley but inhospitable in winter, so villagers move through in late spring grazing their yak herds. Here we will have a rest day and consolidate the skills we've learnt so far. Overnight fully serviced wilderness campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

Our campsite is on a pleasant grassy patch, on the higher bank of the rocky riverbed. From our basecamp at Na village, we venture into suitable locations to learn a variety of skills, including the placement of snow anchors, ascending/descending fixed lines, lead climbing, placing rock protection, rock climbing, abseiling and jumaring. Time will be spent consolidating and practicing these skills. Overnight fully serviced wilderness campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

Depending on snow conditions, the walking to our lake camp should be relatively easy and a half day's walk. The path is fairly level, curving to the east and leading towards the Trakarding Glacier. Two fine mountains feed the glacier at the head of the valley and may clearly be seen as we approach camp; Bigphera Go Shar (East) and Bigphera Go Nup (West). A ten minute walk from camp up the lateral moraine provides a spectacular view of Tso Rolpa; one of the largest glacial lakes in Nepal. Looking back we have a superb view of Kang Nachugo and a glimpse of Melungtse in Tibet. Overnight fully serviced wilderness campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

We begin to make our way towards our objective, Pachermo (6273m) over the next few days and intend to have a rest day at high camp. Here we are able to pull out all our climbing gear; sort and check it, and rehearse and revise techniques we will use on the climb. Your guide will coordinate these activities to ensure everyone is completely conversant in procedures and correctly equipped. It will only be necessary to take personal gear for the climb with you. Any group gear, such as food, fuel and group climbing equipment/ropes etc will be carried up by some of our porters and staff. The remainder of gear will be stored at high camp where some of our staff will also stay until our return. Note - Our itinerary is totally flexible and it may be influenced by many factors such as weather, glacier and snow conditions, and the progress of the group and crew/porters. Your leader will have complete control of setting the schedule in order to maintain safety for all members of the expedition and to achieve the trip objectives in the smoothest and most efficient manner. Overnight fully serviced wilderness campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

An early start to ensure the best conditions for our summit attempt. We make our summit push via the north west, putting the skills we've garnered over the last two weeks into practice. The broad north ridge has a relatively easy angle; there are a couple of small ice walls to negotiate before reaching the narrow ridge below the summit. Some pitches are likely to be fixed. The views across the Khumbu valley and back down the Rolwaling are spectacular. We return to our high camp, where we may spend the night. Overnight fully serviced wilderness campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

We cross over the Tashi Labsta pass (5760m) and descend the glacier and moraine to the valley floor on the Khumbu side. Your leader may decide to amend the itinerary as suits group movement. Overnight fully serviced wilderness campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

We enjoy a leisurely and pleasant days trekking through grassy meadows where yaks are often grazing and our first signs of civilisation for some days. Before us, the mountains of Thamserku, Kang Taiga and Ama Dablam form a spectacular horizon before us (eastward), whilst Teng Kangpoche and Kwangde Ri rise directly beside us to the south. It is only a short walk on to Thame, a large Sherpa village at the junction of the Bhote Khosi. Thame has the oldest and most respected gompa in Khumbu and is the birthplace of Tenzing Norgay. There are extra days included here, which may be used earlier in the trip as contingency days. Those opting to add on the climb to Kyajo Ri (6189m) will leave the group after day 20 to continue on towards the mountain on the seven day extension. Please note this option needs to be prebooked (prices listed on these trip notes) so the relevant permits can be arranged and crew arranged. Overnight fully serviced wilderness campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

We will farewell those not continuing on to climb Kyajo Ri this morning as they begin their return trek to Namche Bazaar with our local team. Soren will continue with climbers opting for the Kyajo Ri ascent today, heading towards our campsite at Thesebu Khola Camp (4400m).

Meals:  B,L,D

We have an ample amount of time set aside for our trek into basecamp and our attempt on Kyajo Ri. This is a semi technical peak, and we will spend some days setting camps and moving up and down before attempting the summit. Generally there are 2 camps on Kyajo Ri however this is exploratory style climbing so exactly where the camps will be pitched is unknown. We expect some pitches to be fixed and others to be climbed alpine style on main rope. The terrain steepens near the summit (which is quite small) with exposure on all sides. The panoramic views from the top are sensational with all the major peaks in the Everest National park clearly visible. We may spend a 2nd night in C2 after our summit and return to BC the following day. Ultimately Soren will decide on the best itinerary on the peak to maximise the chances of summit success within the time frame available. Flexibility is key on a trip of this nature.

Meals:  B,L,D

We will trek to Namche Bazaar today, the principal town in Khumbu and enjoy an opportunity to explore the markets and watch the activity in the Sherpa capital. Depending on the progress on the day, we may continue to our campsite at Monjo. Overnight eco lodge or private permanent campsite.

Meals:  B,L,D

We descend the slopes of Namche to the Dudh Kosi joining the main trail to follow at riverside through numerous villages to Phakding. On crossing the bridge, we trek a short distance up and around, to the broad flat spur that Lukla lies upon. We will spend the night at an eco lodge at the edge of town. The last night is always memorable for an end of trip celebration with all the crew and porters. Overnight eco lodge.

Meals:  B,L,D

This morning we fly by Twin Otter aircraft to Kathmandu and transfer to the Radisson Hotel. The remainder of the day is at leisure to rest, relax or explore and shop in the town. Overnight hotel.

Meals:  B

The trip concludes in Kathmandu after breakfast with a transfer to the airport.

Meals:  B


Inclusions

  • 23 breakfasts, 20 lunches and 20 dinners including all meals on trek valued at US$850
  • 4 star Radisson hotel in Kathmandu
  • accommodation primarily in our fully serviced wilderness campsites, with 2 nights in comfortable eco lodges/permanent campsites with off the ground camp beds, mattresses and pillows
  • training conducted by Soren Kruse Ledet, supported by World Expeditions accredited, first aid trained mountaineering leaders and an experienced local crew
  • airport transfers if arriving on day 1 and 24 or if you booked pre/post tour accommodation at the Radisson through World Expeditions
  • private transportation
  • flight Lukla/Kathmandu valued at US$260
  • the use of a World Expeditions trek pack which includes a quality sleeping bag, down or fibre fill jacket and insulated mat (valued at over US$500)
  • souvenir World Expeditions kit bag
  • the use of a climbing pack including ice axe, crampons, harness and helmet
  • safety equipment including group medical kit, portable altitude chamber, satellite phone and oxygen cylinder for emergency use
  • all park entrance fees, trekking and peak permits
  • porters to carry personal and group equipment
  • insurance, protective clothing, food and shelter for porters

  • Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu
  • Bottled water, aerated & alcoholic drinks
  • Items of a personal nature such as phone calls, laundry, etc.
  • Tips
  • International flights
  • Airport and departure taxes.
  • Visa
  • Travel Insurance

About Your Leader

Soren Kruse Ledet&#160;-&#160;<i>Photo:&#160;Soren Kruse Ledet</i>

Soren Kruse Ledet is a high altitude mountain guide based in Sydney, Australia. For the past 23 years he has lead and participated in more than 50 mountaineering expeditions and challenging treks in Nepal, Bhutan, Pakistan and Tibet. In 2011 Soren reached 27,500 ft during an unassisted ascent of Everest. Soren has successfully summitted Ama Dablam 4 times and has led expeditions to Cholatse, Baruntse, Teng Kangpoche, Muztagh Ata and Peak Lenin among many others. His easygoing nature and professionalism make him a sought after guide.


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It is possible to extend the trip by 7 days to include a climb of Kyajo Ri, ask us for details.

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Total Priceper person from

$6180USD

Your trip price includes:

  • Meals valued at USD$850
  • Internal flight valued at USD$260
  • Park Fees valued at USD$250
Options & Supplements*
  • Single Supplement Hotel OnlyUSD$180
  • Single Supplement Tent OnlyUSD$330
  • Single SupplementUSD$510
*Prices listed are per person

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