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Trek to the foot of Everest in Tibet and even ascend Lhakpa Ri if you choose. We will help you fulfill your lifelong dream of exploring the highest mountains in the world! Never again will you be given this opportunity to climb majestic 7000 meter peaks like these!
The peak of Mt. Samdain Kangsang is 6590 meters above sea level...
Mt. Samdain Kangsang is 100 km away from the administrative center of Nakchu... our first transitional base camp in Nabuzha or Balindo...convenient to transport all the foods or equipments to this interim base camp, as well as keeping in touch with necessary people in case of any emergency. From here ...then climb up along the Yugkyung Qu to the end of the glacier [5200m] area where we set up our Base Camp, 3 hours is needed to take. After one day rest in Base Camp, we are going to set up our second transitional base camp [Interim Base Camp2, 5800m], and then climb up to set up the Camp 2 [6000m]for challenging the peak .
The Cho Oyu peak, standing high above the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau's Nepal / Tibet border, is an ideal choice for mountaineers who are ready to test themselves on the eight thousands. The world's sixth highest mountain, like Everest is to the locals a holy mountain. It was first climbed by S. Moechler, H. Tichy and p. Dawa Lama in 1954. On a good day the view from the summit plateau is breathtaking, in a sweep you take in the entire panorama of peaks of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Chamlang, Ama Dablam and other peaks of the Khumbu. The Austrians were the first to step onto the snow-dome summit of Cho Oyu back in 1954.