Langsisha Ri Peak Climbing
Lansisha peak stands 6427 meter, falls under Jugal Himalaya in Langtang National Park of Nepal. It was first ascended by Japanese national Mr. Takuya Kujimoto with the Nepali national Sherpa Pasang Norbu 23rd of April, 1982.
Peak climbing at Langsisha Ri is challenging as it requires technical skills in mountaineering. That is why it is categorized into challenging category “A” among 6000m moutains of Nepal.
Langsisha mountain climbing provides adventure and experience to pursue mountains of 7000 meter and 8000 meter. This mountain is considered one of the toughest mountain among 6000 meter.
Sound physical and mental health is must to conquer the summit of Langsisha Ri along with prior experience and knowledge of climbing.
Climbing sherpa: USD 2000 per person
Oxygen Bottles and Mask Set: US$ 350 per bottle (4 Liters)
US$ 250 per mask set. Includes Topout mask and regulator.