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Makalu Expedition

Makalu (8,462m) is the fifth highest mountain in the world and located on the border of Nepal and Tibet. It is one of the more difficult of the 8,000m mountains.

Makalu (8,462m) is the fifth highest mountain in the world and located on the border of Nepal and Tibet. It is one of the more difficult of the 8,000m mountains.

The itinerary

The Makalu expedition lasts 60 days. We fly to Tumlingtar on day 1, and begin a 12 day trek to Makalu base camp passing through Mane Bhanjyang, Mure, Murmi Danda, Tashigaon, Unshisha, Khongma, Nghe Kharka and Merek Langmale Kharka. Climbing takes place from day 14. We trek and fly back to Tumlingtar and Kathmandu, arriving by day 60.

Is this trip suitable for you?

Makalu is the fifth highest mountain in the world and is not easy. It is a very serious peak and bad judgement or even bad luck can be fatal.

In brief

Makalu Expedition
Altitude: 8,462m
Duration: 60 days
Season: April – May
Level: serious high altitude climbing

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