Makalu (8,463) is the fifth highest mountain in the world. It is an isolated peak, located just 14 miles east of Mount Everest. Its size alone is impressive, but its structure, that of a perfect pyramid with four sharp ridges, make this mountain all the more spectacular.

It has proved to be a challenging climb, as only five of its first sixteen attempts were successful. Previously, it had been admired and studied by several Everest parties, but like so many other giants in Khumbu region, it was not attempted until the summit of Everest had been attained in 1954. A French group first climbed Makalu in year 1955.

Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu (1400m)

Day 02: Kathmandu Cultural sightseeing

Day 03: Kathmandu – Tumlingtar 100m. Trek to Khadbari

Day 04: Kuwapani (Chichila 1,830 m) 

Day 05: Chichila – Num (1,490 m)

Day 06: Num- Seduwa (1,460 m)

Day 07: Seduwa – Tashigaun (2200m)

Day 08: Tashigaun -Khongmadanda

Day 09: Khongmadanda à Mumbuk (3,570 m)

Day 10: Mumfuk -Yangre Kharak (3600m)

Day 11: Yangle Khark – Mera (4100m)

Day 12: Mera – Sersung

Day 13: Sersung – Makalu Base camp 5000m

Day 14 – Day 45: Climbing period Mount Makalu (8463m)

Day 46: Makalu Base Camp – Nhe Kharka (3,000 m)

Day 47: Nhe kharka – Mumbuk (3,570 m)

Day 48: Mumbuk – Kauma (3,470m)

Day 49: Kauma – Tashi Gaon (2,070 m)

Day 50: Tashi Gaon – Seduwa (1540m)

Day 51: Seduwa – Parangbu (945m)

Day 52: Parangbu – Bumling (460m)

Day 53: Bumling – Chewabesi (385m)

Day 54: Kattikeghat – Tumlingtar (100m)

Day 55: Tumlingtar – Kathmandu

Day 56: Rest day in Kathmandu

Day 57: Departure


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