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Mt. Pumori  7161m

Mt. Pumori 7161m

Pumori  is a mountain on the Nepal-Tibet border in the Mahalangur section of the Himalayas. Pumori lies just eight kilometres west of Mount Everest. Pumori, meaning "the Mountain Daughter" in Sherpa language, was named by George Mallory. "Pumo" means young girl or daughter and "Ri" means mountain in Sherpa language.Climbers sometimes refer to Pumori as "Everest's Daughter".Mallory also called it Clare Peak, after his own daughter.

Pumori is a popular climbing peak and the easiest route is graded class 3, although with significant avalanche danger. Pumori was first climbed on May 17, 1962 by Gerhard Lenser on a German-Swiss expedition.Two Czechs (Leopold Sulovský and Zden?k Michalec) climbed a new route on the south face in the spring of 1996.

An outlier of Pumori is Kala Patthar (5,643m/18,513'), which appears as a big brown bump below the impressive south face of Pumori. Many trekkers going to see Mount Everest up close will attempt to climb to the top of Kala Patthar

Trekking and mountaineering Pumori

Nearly 500 people had summitted Pumori by 2005, at a cost of 42 lives. It was noted for its increasing popularity by 2008, with such features as being able to use the Everest base camp for Nepal (when its occupied that is) when trekking or climbing Pumori and offering solid views of Tibet, Nepal and Everest.[8] However, there has been some dangers from avalanches including some Spanish climbing teams that took heavy losses (such as in 1989 and 2001),and the 2015 avalanche, though it was likely triggered by the 2015 Earthquake, is said to have originated from the Pumori-Lingtren ridge.

 

 

Mount Pumori Expedition Nepal situated in Khumbhu Region with the altitude of 7161m (23,494 ft.). Mt. Pumori dominated the skyline behind Kala Pathar 5,643m (18,513 ft.). This peak was named as "Pumori" by George Leigh Mallory, which means "Unmarried Daughter" in Sherpa Language. It is just eight kilometers west from World Highest Peak 'Mt. Everest'. Mount Pumori is a popular exidition which is first climbed on May 17, 1962 by Gerhard Lenser on a German-Swiss expedition. Mt. Pumori Base Camp can be reached from Kathmandu - Lukla flight followed by trekking via Namche Bazaar, Thangboche - Pheriche and Lobuche.

Itinerary:

Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu & transfer to Hotel.

Day 02: Kathmandu- Prepare Expedition.

Day 03: Expedition briefing.

Day 04: Flight to Lukla & Trek to Phakding Lodge.

Day 05: Phakding to Namche Lodge.

Day 06: Namche rest for acclimatization Lodge.

Day 07: Namche - Thyanboche Lodge.

Day 08: Thyangboche - Pheriche Lodge.

Day 09: Pheriche - Lobuche Lodge.

Day 10: Lobuche - Pumori Base Camp.

Day 11-30: Climbing Pumori (7,161m).

Day 31: Pumori BC – Pangboche.

Day 32: Pangboche – Namche.

Day 33: Namche – Lukla.

Day 34: Fly Lukla - Kathmandu & Transfer Hotel.

Day 35: Transfer to Airport for Final Departure.

 

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).

  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. Camelbak or 2 x 1 litre 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)

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:

  1. Plastic boots and crampons (preferably step-in bindings) with front points.
  2. Mountaineering harness.
  3. Mountaineering ice-axe (60-75cms long depending on your height and personal preference.)
  4. 120cms (4ft) climbing sling and two locking carabineers
  5. Telescopic ski-sticks (optional)
  6. Prussik loops
  7. Climbing helmet (optional)

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).

 

Year

Spring                         

Autumn

2016

2017

02nd April- 06th May 2017

10th  Sep-14th Oct  2017

2018

01st April- 05th May  2018

09th  Sep-13th Oct .2018

 

For more information, Please eel free to contact us

 

Trip Facts

Altitude: 7,161m

Duration: 35 Days

Best Season: Sep -Oct &  April to Ma

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