• Destination: Nepal
  • Trip Style: Peak Climbing
  • Transport: As Per Itinerary
  • Food: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Accommodation: Lodge + Camping
  • Group Size: 2-12
  • Max Elevation: 6,584 Meters/21,595 Ft.

Chulu East Peak Climbing is one of the most challenging peak climbing in Nepal. A part of Damodar Himal range, Chulu East (6,584m) lies in close proximity to Annapurna massif. The Chulu East Peak Climbing trail is well endowed with beautiful coniferous forest, arid desert, and rich cultural villages. Suiting both the amateur and experienced climbers, the peak climbing journey entails trekking through glorious ethnic settlements and the majestic Himalayas.

The 19-day Chulu East Peak Climbing begins at Kathmandu. Afterward, you’ll embark on a road journey to the northwest of Kathmandu to Besisahar. After spending a night at Besisahar, you’ll resume the commute until the next village of Chame. Chame lies in the Manang district, one of the lowest inhabited regions in Nepal, and also serves as the starting point of the trek. The trail moves anti-clockwise and passes through the high altitude villages of Pisang and Ngawal. Here on, you’ll make your way towards Chulu East. Chulu East Base Camp lies close to Ngawal and continues on a gradual ascent to High Camp. The climb to the summit lasts for a few hours. Magnificent views of Chulu West Peak, Manaslu, Pisang Peak, Annapurna range, and Gangapurna are available for sighting from the summit. After summiting the peak, you’ll make your way back to the base camp. The descent will follow the same route through Humde and Chame villages to Besisahar. Due to the close proximity to Tibet in the north, the high-altitude villages en route are gifted with Tibetan lifestyle, culture, tradition, and architecture. The trail encircles Tilicho Lake (4,919m), one of the highest lakes in the world. The climb is generally best when done during two different seasons, spring (Mar-Jun) and autumn (Sep-Nov).

Himalaya Summit Club specializes in small peak climbing around Nepal. You can join our fixed group or undertake a private climb. Our Sherpa leaders are experienced for over 20 years and have led countless successful trips to Chulu Peak. We make it our greatest priority to ensure that you will have a memorable journey.


  • An overview of cultural Tibetan-Buddhist villages like Manang and Pisang
  • Trek through the engaging tails of the Annapurna Conservation Area
  • Climb a glorious peak beyond the Annapurna Himalayas, Chulu East Peak (6,584m)
  • Enjoy the sights of the Annapurna, Chulu, and Himalchuli mountain ranges atop the Chulu East Peak (6,429m)


  • Day 01Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300m).
  • Day 02-3Climbing preparation.
  • Day 04Drive from Kathmandu to Jagat (1,300m) via Besisahar (9 hours).
  • Day 05-7Trek to Chame (2,670m).
  • Day 08Trek to Pisang (3,150m).
  • Day 09Trek from Pisang to Ngawal Village (3,660m) (3-4 hours).
  • Day 10Trek from Ngawal village to Chulu East Basecamp (4,400m) (5- 6 hours).
  • Day 11-13Hike from Basecamp to High Camp (5,330m) (3-4 hours).
  • Day 14Climbing day, High camp to Summit (6,584m/21,595ft.) and back to base camp (8-9 hours).
  • Day 15Trek from Base Camp to Humde (3,280m)(4-5 hours).
  • Day 16Trek from Humde to Chame (2,670m) (5-6 hours).
  • Day 17Drive from Chame to Besisahar (760m) (4-5 hours).
  • Day 18Drive from Besisahar to Kathmandu and transfer to the Hotel (5-6 hours).
  • Day 19Final departure.

What's Included

  • Air port Pickups and drops from hotels and Airport
  • Accommodations in 3 star hotels in Kathmandu (Moon light Hotel or Yatri Suites spa Hotel or Hotel Marsyngdi and teahouses during the trek
  • Breakfast in Kathmandu
  • All meals during the trek
  • Welcome and farewell dinners
  • Transportation on a comfortable private vehicle as per the itinerary
  • Guided city tour in Kathmandu by private vehicle
  • Guide and Clients Ratio is: 1:2 
  • Trip Lead by IFMGA/UIAGM Cirtified Mountain Guide, Climbing Sherpa and porters to carry luggage (2 trekkers: 1 porter) including their salary, insurance, equipment, flight, food and lodging
  • All necessary paper work and peak permits (ACAP, Peak permit and TIMS)
  • A comprehensive medical kit
  • All government and local taxes
  • Group climbing Gear (main Rope,Fixed Rope ,Snow peak.Icescrow and Ice axe Etc…..
  • Nepalese visa fee
  • International airfare to and from Kathmandu
  • Excess baggage charges
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu in case of early arrival, late departure, and early return from the mountain(due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
  • Airplane fare
  • Self personal climbing Gears.
  • Travel and rescue insurance
  • Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower etc)
  • Tips for guides and porters

Useful Information

The Trekking Group

For the Chulu East peak Climbing , there will be one Certified mountain guide , assistant Trek leader (5 trekkers:1 assistant guide) and Sherpa porters for luggage carrying (2 trekkers:1 porter) This arrangement ensures that should anybody in the group is sick, the trip can still go ahead as planned. We can run the trek for groups of any size, but usually, it is a maximum of twelve people as we've found this to be the optimum size for a successful trip. However, if you'd like to book this trip for a large group then that can be arranged too.


We will be staying at Hotel Marshyandi/Moon light Hotel/Yatri Suites Spa Hotel in Kathmandu, and teahouses during the trek. All accommodations are on twin-shared basis. Single supplement will be served on request and will cost an additional USD. Himalaya Summit Club will arrange rooms with attached washrooms; however, teahouses in some places only have shared washing and toilet facilities. Also note that single rooms are readily available in Kathmandu and the trekking regions at lower elevation but it might be difficult to find them at higher elevations.


During our trek, we can enjoy authentic Nepalese food as well the more common international cuisine (Tibetan, Continental, Italian, Indian, etc.). Breakfast and dinner will be served from the teahouse or from a lodge menu where we spend the night whereas lunch will be served on the way to the next destination. All meals will be provided during trekking while only breakfast will be available in Kathmandu. There will also be welcome and farewell dinners for guests.

Travel Insurance

It is a condition upon joining any of Himalaya Summit Club trips that all clients be insured for comprehensive expenses that might incur due to medical issues or accidents (this includes air ambulance, helicopter rescue, and treatment costs). Please note that we don't arrange or sell insurance.


This trek's itinerary is planned with a high degree of awareness of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness). Going up at higher altitudes too fast causes a medical condition serious enough to result in death. The higher the altitude, the less oxygen will be in the air. For example, at an altitude above of 5000m, there is 50% less oxygen than at sea level. Therefore, our body needs many days to adapt to an environment with less-oxygen. During this trip, a separate day is set aside in Namche &Dingboche for acclimatization.

Himalaya Summit Club advises guest(s) with known heart, lungs or blood diseases to consult their doctor before traveling. Mild headaches, fever, loss of appetite or stomach disorders are symptoms of AMS. Check out "Altitude illness" by Dr Jim Duff, whether once you getting in Kathmandu you can we will arrange to meet with Expedition Doctor Mr. NimaNamgel Sherpa. Himalaya Summit Club itineraries are designed to try to prevent AMS as much as possible. But, it is important to remember that some visitors are more vulnerable than others.

Physical Condition & Experience Requirements

This is a moderate trek suitable for passionate walkers who have the ability to walk at least 5-7 hours a day with a light day pack. Walking in higher altitudes is more physically demanding than walking in lower altitudes; however, if we are in excellent health with average physical fitness and have a positive attitude, self confidence and strong determination, we can accomplish this trek successfully. Exercising and jogging regularly for some weeks prior to the trip is a good idea to enhance our strength and stability. Past hiking experience would be an asset but no technical skill is required for this trip. It is vital for participants with pre-existing medical conditions such as heart, lung, and blood diseases to consult their doctor before taking the trip. It is also advised that you inform Himalaya Summit Club before booking the trek.

Best Time to Travel

Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to December) are the best months for this trip. Although this trip can be taken during winter, there might be a problem due to obstructed pass due to ice or snow. The trekking routes are crowded during Spring and Autumn but during Monsoon and Winter the routes are not packed and we could enjoy rather best of nature.

Equipments& Packing List

This list is a guideline to help you pack for your adventure. Also understand that the items listed below will vary a little according to the season and the trek duration. The weight limit for your luggage is 33 pounds or 15 kg. Remember that your luggage will be carried by your porter but you are required to carry a day-pack (with your valuables or anything important) on your own. We also suggest that you pack only what is necessary.

Important documents and items

  • Valid passport, 2 extra passport size photos, airline tickets
  • Separate photocopies of passport, visa form (easily obtained at Kathmandu airport), proof of insurance
  • Dollars, pounds or Euros in cash for purchasing Nepalese visa at Kathmandu airport, for paying for restaurants and hotels, for gratuities, snacks, and to purchase your own drinks and gifts
  • Credit cards, Bank/ATM/Cash machine cards for withdrawing funds from cash machines (bring a photocopy of your cards), traveler's checks, etc.


  • Bandana or head scarf, also useful for dusty conditions
  • Warm hat that covers your ears (wool or synthetic)
  • Headlamp with extra batteries and bulbs
  • Sunglasses with UV protection
  • Prescription sunglasses (if required)

Upper Body

  • Polypropylene shirts (1 half sleeve and 2 long sleeves)
  • Light and expedition weight thermal tops
  • Fleece wind-stopper jacket or pullover
  • Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell jacket
  • Down vest and/or jacket
  • Gore-Tex jacket with hood, waterproof and breathable


  • 1 pair of lightweight poly-liner gloves.
  • 1 pair of lightweight wool or fleece gloves
  • 1 pair of mittens, consists of 1 Gore-Tex over mitt matched with a very warm polar-fleece mitt liner (seasonal)

Lower Body

  • Non-cotton underwear briefs
  • 1 pair of Hiking shorts

  • 1 pair of Hiking trousers

  • 1 pair of lightweight thermal bottoms (seasonal)

  • 1 pair of fleece or woolen trousers

  • 1 pair of waterproof shell pants, breathable fabric


  • 2 pairs of thin, lightweight inner socks
  • 2 pairs of heavy poly or wool socks
  • 1 pair of Hiking boots with spare laces (sturdy soles, water resistant, ankle support, broken in )
  • 1 pair of trainers or running shoes and/or sandals
  • Cotton socks (optional)
  • Gaiters (winter only), optional, low ankle high version


  • 1 sleeping bag (good to -10 degrees C or 14 degrees F)
  • Fleece sleeping bag liner (optional)

Rucksack and Travel Bags

  • 1 medium rucksack (50-70 liters/3000-4500 cubic inches, can be used for an airplane carryon)
  • 1 large duffel bag
  • A small daypack/backpack for carrying your valuables, should have good shoulder padding
  • Small padlocks for duffel-kit bags
  • 2 large waterproof rucksack covers (optional)


  • first-aid kit. (simple and light)
  • Aspirin, first-aid Small, personal tape, and plasters (Band-Aids)
  • 1 skin-blister repair kit
  • Anti-diarrhea pills
  • Anti-headache pills
  • Cough and/or cold medicine
  • Anti-altitude sickness pills: Diamox or Acetylzolamide
  • Stomach antibiotic: Ciprofloxacin, etc. Do not bring sleeping pills as they are a respiratory depressant.
  • Water purification tablets or water filter
  • 1 set of earplugs
  • Extra pair of prescription glasses, contact lens supplies

Practical Items

  • 1 small roll of repair tape, 1 sewing-repair kit
  • 1 cigarette lighter, 1 small box of matches
  • 1 compass or GPS(optional)
  • 1 alarm clock/watch
  • 1 digital camera with extra cards and batteries
  • large Ziplocs
  • 2 water bottles (1 liter each)
  • 1 small folding knife
  • Binoculars (optional)
  • 4 large, waterproof, disposable rubbish sacks


  • 1 medium-sized quick drying towel
  • Toothbrush/paste (preferably biodegradable)
  • Multi-purpose soap (preferably biodegradable)
  • Deodorants
  • Nail clippers
  • Face and body moisturizer
  • Female hygiene products
  • Small mirror

Personal Hygiene

  • Wet wipes (baby wipes)
  • Tissue /toilet roll
  • Anti-bacterial hand wash


  • Reading book
  • Trail map/guide book
  • Journal and pen
  • iPod
  • Travel game i.e. chess, backgammon, scrabble, playing cards (to help you pass the time at teahouses and/or camps)
  • 1 modest swim suit
  • Binoculars (optional)
  • Voltage converter (from 220 to 110)
  • Plug adapter (2 round pegs to 2 flat pegs)
  • Lightweight pillow case (in case your teahouses provide you with pillows) or use your own stuff as a pillow