Mt Kanchenjunga 8586m

Mt Kanchenjunga 8586m

 Kangchenjunga sometimes spelled Kanchenjunga, is the third highest mountain in the world, and lies partly in Nepal and partly in Sikkim, India. It rises with an elevation of 8,586 m (28,169 ft) in a section of the Himalayas called Kangchenjunga Himal that is limited in the west by the Tamur River, in the north by the Lhonak Chu and Jongsang La, and in the east by the Teesta River. It lies about 128 km (80 mi) east of Mou nt Everest.
Kangchenjunga is the second highest mountain of the Himalayas after Mount Everest. Three of the five peaks – Main, Central and South – are on the border between North Sikkim and Nepal. Two peaks are in the Taplejung District, Nepal.
Kangchenjunga Main is the highest mountain in India, and the easternmost of the mountains higher than 8,000 m (26,000 ft). It is called Five Treasures of Snow after its five high peaks, and has always been worshipped by the people of Darjeeling and Sikkim.
Until 1852, Kangchenjunga was assumed to be the highest mountain in the world, but calculations based on various readings and measurements made by the Great Trigonometrical Survey of India in 1849 came to the conclusion that Mount Everest, known as Peak XV at the time, was the highest. Allowing for further verification of all calculations, it was officially announced in 1856 that Kangchenjunga is the third highest mountain in the world.
Kangchenjunga was first climbed on 25 May 1955 by Joe Brown and George Band, who were part of a British expedition. They stopped short of the summit as per the promise given to the Chogyal that the top of the mountain would remain inviolate. Every climber or climbing group that has reached the summit has followed this tradition.Other members of this expedition included John Angelo Jackson and Tom Mackinon.
Kangchenjunga is the official spelling adopted by Douglas Freshfield, A. M. Kellas, and the Royal Geographical Society that gives the best indication of the Tibetanpronunciation. Freshfield referred to the spelling used by the Indian Government since the late 19th century. There are a number of alternative spellings including Kangchendzöngahe high snow" as originating from the Tibetan word (following IPA given in Sikkimese) gangs meaning "snow, ice"; chen /t????/ meaning "great" meaning "treasure"; ln meaning "five". It means "The Five repositories or ledges of great snow" and is physically descriptive of its five peaks.Local Lhopo people believe that the treasures are hidden but reveal to the devout when the world is in peril; the treasures comprise salt, gold, turquoise and precious stones, sacred scriptures, invincible armor or ammunition, ain and medicine.Kangchenjunga's name in the Limbu language is Senjelungma or Seseylungma, and is believed to be an abode of the omnipotent goddess Yuma Sammang.



Mt Kanchenjunga; Standing at 8586m Kanchenjunga is the third highest peak in the world and the second highest in Nepal. It was first climbed by a British team in 1956. The peak consists of four summits. The west summit, Yalung Kang, 8420m high, and some people classify it as a separate 8000m peak.

The first westerner to explore Kanchenjunga was a British botanist J.D. Hooker, who visited the area twice in 1848 and 1849. Exploration from the Sikkim side of the peak was continued by the British explorers mapping and photographing until 1899. In that year a party led by Douglas Fresh Field made a circuit of Kanchenjunga and produced what is still one of the most authentic maps of the region.


Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu & Transfer to Hotel.

Day 02: Climbing preparation in Kathmandu.

Day 03: Expedition briefing.

Day 04: Fly to Badrapur & drive Phidim.

Day 05: Drive to Dovan & arrange porter.

Day 06-11: Commence trek - Khewan-Yamphudin - Amje Khola- Torontan –Tseram.

Day 12: Rest for Acclimatization.

Day 13: Glacier Camp.

Day 14: Kanchanjunga Base Camp.

Day 15-45: Climbing Kanchanjunga 8586m.

Day 46-52: Retuerning way from Base Camp – Gopetar same route via Ramje - Amje Khole - Yamphudin - Khewang - Panchami - Ghopetar.

Day 53: Drive to Bhadrapur & fly to Kathmandu.

Day 54-55: Free days in Kathmandu.

Day 56: Transfer to Airport for Final Departure.

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Mt.Kanchanjunga Expedition (Spring/Autumn) Price US Dollar 18,490.00

Mount Kanchenjunga Expedition Cost Includes

1.       Transportation Arrival & Departure; on domestic and international flights.

2.       Standard hotel accommodation in Kathmandu on B/B plan

3.       All Domestic flights charges.

4.       All Transportation service from starting and ending points of Mt. Kanchenjunga Expedition.

5.       Climbing Sherpa guide for Kanchenjunga Himal Expedition.

6.       Mt. Kanchenjunga Expeditions Group climbing gears like rope, ice bar etc.

7.       Permits for the Mt. Kanchenjunga Expedition.

8.       High altitude meal (Full board) while on Trekking to Kanchenjunga B.C. and while Climbing.

9.       All the expenses & insurance of Liaison officer (Govt. of Nepal).

10.    Cook, support crew and porters with their equipments, daily wages, food & insurance etc.

11.    Camping & Kitchen equipment like base camp tents, dining tent with table and chair, kitchen tent with all utensil and toilet tent.

12.    High altitude tents and necessary gadgets like EPI gas and burner for high climb.

13.    We provide warm clothing, trek gear for nepali staff including porters

14.    Life & medical insurance for Nepali staff & Porters.

15.    Portable Altitude Chamber (PAC) & Gamow Bag along with the comprehensive First Aid Kit.

16.    Communication device like Satellite Phone & Willkie-Talkie in case of emergency.(USE PAY)

17.    Emergency Oxygen with regulator and mask while on Mt. Kanchenjunga Expeditions.(USE PAY)

18.    Agency service charge.

19.    Ample farewell dinner with Nepali song & dance.

Mount Kanchenjunga Expedition Cost Excludes

1.       International airfare and airport tax.

2.       Nepal entry visa fees

3.       Medical and personal high risk insurance.

4.       Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu

5.       Bar & Beverage Bills

6.       Personal equipment & climbing gears.

7.       Emergency Rescue evacuation

8.       Climbing Bonus for Kanchenjunga base camp staffs, tips and personal nature expenses.

9.       Permit fees and custom charge for Sat phone, communication gadget and commercial filming while on Kanchenjunga expedition.

10.    Garbage Deposit USD 3,000.00 (Sharing of the total person) and Deposit fee will be not refunded if the clients (climber) don't take back their garbage to Kathmandu.


The following basic equipment checklist should help you with your packing. Please remember that you should always try to keep the weight of your equipment down to a minimum. NB. This is just a check-list. We are not asking you to bring everything on this list; much will depend on personal preference. As a general rule, cyclists will need similar clothing to trekkers. The one additional (essential) item is good quality padded cycling shorts (loose and baggy, as previously discussed).

Check List

  1. Cycling helmet
  2. Fleece headband (to keep your ears warm)
  3. Lightweight long sleeved thermal shirt
  4. Lightweight windproof biking jacket
  5. T-shirts (3)
  6. Padded cycling shorts - baggy style
  7. Underwear (4 pairs)
  8. Lightweight trekking boots
  9. Sandals
  10. Camelback or 2 x 1 liter water bottles & cages
  11. Sleeping bag
  12. Small padlock & spare keys
  13. Toiletries
  14. Thermarest
  15. Sunglasses
  16. Fingerless biking gloves
  17. Waterproof (breathable) jacket
  18. Fleece jumper (eg  Polartec 200)
  19. Light weight ‘trekking style’ pants
  20. Warm cycling tights
  21. Socks (4 pairs)
  22. Cycling shoes
  23. Spare laces
  24. Small towel
  25. First aid kit (See first Aid medicine above)
  26. Head lamp eg. Petzl Zoom (spare bulb & battery)
  27. 4 large plastic bags (for keeping items dry in kitbag)
  28. In addition to the checklists for general and trekking equipment above, and depending on the trip you have chosen, various items of mountaineering equipment may also be required, eg:
  29. Plastic boots and crampons (preferably step-in bindings) with front points.
  30. Mountaineering harness.
  31. Mountaineering ice-axe (60-75cms long depending on your height and personal preference.)
  32. 120cms (4ft) climbing sling and two locking carabineers
  33. Telescopic ski-sticks (optional)
  34. Prussik loops
  35. Climbing helmet (option


Most if not all of this equipment will be needed for any trip that crosses steep, snow-covered ground, or which includes sections of glacier travel. Our recommendation that you take no more than 15 kilos (33 pounds) of trekking equipment does not include your plastic boots, ice axe, crampons or harness/carabineers. (During the trek, climbing hardware will be carried separately from your personal trek bag, in group bags until needed).




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Trip Facts

Altitude: 8,586m

Trip Duration: 56 Days

Best Season:Sep -Oct  and April to May


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