Itinerary

Day to Day Itinerary

My guide was nothing short of superb with his knowledge and firm grasp at the helm. He was straightforward and honest in his dealings all climbers and support personnel alike.

August 11

Depart USA

August 12

Arrive Kathmandu, transfer to hotel

August 13

Trekking permit work, gear check and evening flight to Nepalgunj- overnight in hotel

August 14

Fly to Juphal 2475m then 3hrs trak to Dunai 2140m

August 15

Trek to Shyanta 2520m – 5hrs walk

August 16

Trek to Rechi  2940m – 5hrs walk

August 17

Trek to Phoksundo Lake 3733m- 5hrs walk

August 18

Rest day- enjoy the surrounding lake views

August 19

Trek to Pine forest 3856m -4hrs walk

August 20

Trek to SeGumba 4160m – 5hrs walk

August 21

Explore SeGumba monasteries/villages

August 22

Trek to Phoksundo Lake 3733m/return

August 23

Trek to Shyanta 2520m

August 24

Trek to Jufal via Dunai

August 25

Fly to Kathmandu via Nepalgunj

August 26

Free day in Kathmandu/ City tour

August 27

Depart Kathmandu

August 28

Arrive home country

Our guides’ ability was excellent. They explained well in simple, easy to understand terms, and demonstrated effectively what to do and what not to do. They gave us opportunities to practice crampon and rope travel skills on glaciers and rock, which we needed on the actual climb of Mont Blanc.

Yak Caravan, Upper Dolpo Region, Nepal
Himalayan Vista, Upper Dolpo Region, Nepal
Lake Phoksundo, Upper Dolpo Region, Nepal
Himalayan scenery around Dunai
Dho Tarap Village, Upper Dolpo Region, Nepal
Ancient Bon Stupa, Upper Dolpo Region, Nepal

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