Mt. Nagdi Chuli

Nagadi Chuli or Peak 29 is among the rarely climbed mountains destination in Nepal despite being in the lists of top 20 highest peaks in Nepal. A group of Japanese expedition team is assumed to make it to the summit before getting to an accident losing the life of all teams.  Nagadi Chuli is situated between Manaslu to the north and Himalchuli to the south at an elevation of 7,871 meter which make it ideal for the alpinists.

Upon arrival on Kathmandu our company Ramdung Expedition will arrange all your necessities during your stay including paper work and permits as per Nepal Government act and other climbing equipment’s as per client’s demand. Our trained climbing guides and other field crew members will assist you during your whole journey. Trekking for approximately 10 to 11 days we reach Ngadi Chuli Base Camp located in the remote area of Nepal from where we start climbing. Climbing period for the Nagdi Chuli is estimated 22 days if the weather is favorable.

Mt. Cholatse

Cholatse (also known as Jobo Lhaptshan) is a mountain in the Khumbu region of the Nepalese Himalaya. Cholatse is connected to Taboche (6,501m) by a long ridge. The Chola glacier descends off the east face. The north and east faces of Cholatse can be seen from Dughla, on the trail to Mount Everest base camp. Cholatse was first climbed via the southwest ridge on April 22, 1982 by Vern Clevenger, Galen Rowell, John Roskelley and Bill O’Connor. The north face was successfully scaled in 1984. The first solo ascent was accomplished on April 15, 2005 by Ueli Steck through the north face.

Mt. Ama Dablam

Ama Dablam 6,856m (22,494ft) is one of the most stunning peaks in the Khumbu region and one of the most beautiful mountains in the world. Popularly known as the ‘Matterhorn of the Himalaya’, the overwhelming ice-coated granite pyramid of Ama Dablam dominates the sky above the trekker’s trail to the Everest Base Camp. The mountain derives its name from the glacier lying on its Southwest face. The glacier looks like a jewel box hanging on the neck of the mountain, hence the name Ama Dablam, literally meaning ‘The Mother’s Jewel Box’. Interestingly, when a team led by Edmund Hillary scaled the mountain for the first time, Nepal’s King nearly imprisoned Hillary for climbing the sacred Ama Dablam without permission.

Mt. Saribung

Mount Saribung(6346m), beaten track and difficult pass  which has three ascents and the last one was made by our reconnaissance team in 2006. Saribung is located in remote parts of Mustang region of Damodar Himal, close to the border of China (Tibet). The trails are rugged, cutting high into cliff sides, and pass villages that have changed little over the centuries. The trek start from Mustang and then ascend to Saribung pass and enter in the Naar phu “Hidden Valley” and return to Jomsom; from where we can fly to Pokhara and then on back to Kathmandu

Mount GyajiKang

Towards the north-east part of Manang this mountain lies in Peri Himal in remote Tibetan setting villages Mar and Phu near to Nepal and Tibetan border, the expedition takes  you through there for the approach to the base camp, we usually follow the popular Annapurna circuit trekking route from Besi-Sahar to Koto and then proceed trekking route to Nar & Phu. A very rare of the climbers’ team have climbed this peak.
Particularly Gyajing Kang lies in the Manag district of narphu valley, along the Marsgyangdi river and besisahar the most direct route from Kathmandu to Narphu Gyajing Kang ca be driven. Travelers trek through the Himayan foothills and around the eastern end of the Annapurna region before they arrive to the Qupara. The manang’s administrative centre of Manang district is right half an hour before Chame.

Mt. Annapurna 4th

Along the Masyangdi River, the route follows and leaves from Pisang (Chame) to follow the route to its base camp. There is regular bus drive to Besisahar, Syange and Chame from Kathmandu, within 6 days we reach to the base camp of Annapurna 4. After Hungre Airport of Manang, the way splits out to follow Sabji Khola and from the half way of Sabji Khola the step up begins to the base camp 4800m, from this BC till camp I is climbing, above camp I the route from camp II becomes steeper requiring fixed rope by member or climbing Sherpa on some of the more difficult parts including a difficult part that has to be crossed. Camp III is beside at the function of the north ridge of summit, talking elevation of 6600m.

While continuing upward from camp II till reaching the east-west crest of the Annapurna Mountain, at this point the expedition team will decide whether to place one more camp along the summit ridge or to make summit from camp III. The climb along the summit ridge affords beautiful view of the Annapurna range. It is a magnificent place to be this point. The climbing on this part will be very demanding as we will be climbing some steep sections on the summit ridge proper as well as traversing some steep slopes before the summit 7252m. Some rocks find there as shaped of pyramid. On the summit team will be descend to camp III, camp I will be stop where will spend the night or continue go down base camp.

Mt. Sita Chuchura

In the area of mount Dhaulagiri, mountain Sita Chuchura is located; it’s not far from the French pass. It was successfully climbed only four times, the first ascent was done in 1970, the last in 1995.

Mountaineering and trekking both are appropriate in Nepal, who were the first trekkers in Nepal, of course those may be the mountaineers either on their way to climb peaks or were exploring the routes up unclimbed peaks, the emphasis had shifted to previously impossible feats of Everest, both were climbed by expeditions led by Chris Boning ton, till then there was furious mountaineering activity in Nepal from1950 to the 1960s. The expeditions in the 1960’s and 40’s were often equipped and sometimes Lavis however the climbers and the companies thank to sponsorship from government, foundations, magazines, newspapers, filmmakers, TV producers & even private companies to uplift the country’s economy with propagating the tourism industry in Nepal.
The appropriate degree of seriousness and dedication, the climbers and expeditions have become big businesses, approaching now it’s not uncommon for expeditions to refuse the trekkers or others except staff members to admit into the base camps, they (team members) do not have energy to waste and leisure time to entertain like tourists taking souvenirs from among the expensive items that often lie around such camps, there have been such incidents of such vulgarism.

Mt. Kanjiroba

Mount Kanjiroba lies in far west part of nepal at Dolpa region,is mysterious for most expeditioners because of uneasy accession and destination. Only few trekkers has known and a few mountaineers have climbed over mount kanjiroba. Since it was captivated by high mountainous range, in 1971 it was discovered, that is seen from the top of Tokarpo Kang(6556m) untill then the name of these mountain were unknown. The people had unclear idea i.e it must be on the nepal-tibet boder and easternmost part of Mugu district. Later from 1930 after the surveyed map of india it was roughly named as Kubi Kangri to these mountain ranges, probably from the data of sven Hedin’s expedition in 1907. Afterthat the people had great interest to access these mountains and the flight starts from Nepalgunja to Juphal then trek up to Jopala Khola and then to Kanjiroba Base camp.The route will be the same to get back to Juphal and to Nepalgunj then fly to Kathmandu or drive from there.

Mt. Thulagi

On the right bank of the Changli glacier Thulagi base camp is established at 3800m after 5 days of walk from Syange, till there the usual transport carry from Kathmandu, Besisahar and Syange, down before Pungi (6540m) is seen, the trek along the Dudha Khola has been difficult walking. After crossing it close to the Khasonta Khola, it takes 9 to 11 hours through dense forest and complex moraine to reach the base camp, everybody should carry the water from glacier as there’s no water at this site.

Toward the right side of the North West face a prominent snow ice spur is there, it can be traveled from the same line as the Japanese had done it a long ago. There are large hanging seracs on either side of the spur, generally makes the route defective and dangerous. At the start of the seracs and above there the climbing route has been crossed through the broken glacier, based the base camp at 4000m. Where’s there is a little snow and the slope is not steep, above 5000, the angle is creased to 40-50 degree’s elevation with a lot of snow.

The angle is gradually increased on the upper slopes, can be passed the Japanese high point and4\5 days after leaving advanced base camp, you reach t the top of the face, from here easily descends to a large plateau 6250m, this is called the Thulagi upper glacier. This forms a sort of shoulder to the south west of Mansalu.

Mt. Nuptse

Mt. Nuptse, being as the huge wall guard the approach to Everest and joined to Lhotse it appears from Tyangboche, Mount Nuptse 7855m is the neighboring peak of Mount Everest sharing the glory of the Everest massif and is the southern border of the western from Tyangboche, its steep west face drops down more than 2400m to the Khumbu ice-glacier. The one of the interesting features of this mountain is that its south face is 2500m high and 5 km wide, it was climbed in 1961 as recorded.