- Mount Chulu East Peak, towering at an elevation of 6429 meters, is one of the most popular peaks in the Annapurna region and offers an exciting climbing adventure for both experienced and novice climbers.
- The climbing journey to the peak takes you through some of the most beautiful ethnic villages in the region, such as Timang, Pisang, and Humde. These villages are famous for their unique culture, traditions, and warm hospitality, making the climbing journey even more exciting and memorable.
- The climb to Chulu East Peak also offers panoramic views of some of the highest mountains in the world, including Annapurna massif, Dhaulagiri (8167m), and Tilicho (7134m), among others. The breathtaking views of these majestic mountains from the summit of Chulu East are truly awe-inspiring and make the climb even more worthwhile.
- Another highlight of the climbing journey to Chulu East Peak is the opportunity to explore the biologically diverse Annapurna Conservation Area. This area is home to some of the rarest and most endangered species of flora and fauna in the world, and the climb provides an excellent opportunity to explore and appreciate this unique ecosystem.
Mount Chulu East Climbing
What to see & do
About Mount Chulu East Climbing - 16 days
At a Glance
Trekking and Climbing
All meals included during the trekking
Toursit Bus/Private Vechile
If you're seeking a thrilling adventure that goes beyond typical trekking experiences, then the Mount Chulu East Peak Climbing journey located in the beautiful Manang Valley is a challenging yet rewarding feat. As one of the best peak climbing options in Nepal, Himalaya Land Treks offers a unique adventure that seamlessly incorporates the natural and cultural highlights of the Annapurna region.
Standing at an impressive 6429m, Chulu East Peak is part of the Manang Himal and overlooks the river valley alongside Damodar Himal and Chulu West. The peak was first conquered by a German expedition team in 1955 and has since become a popular destination for climbers from around the world. The panoramic views from the summit, including Annapurna I (8091m), Dhaulagiri (8167m), Gangapurna (7454m), Tilicho (7134m), and the Glacier Dome, are absolutely breathtaking.
The Chulu East Peak Climbing adventure involves using peak climbing equipment such as ice axes, crampons, and ropes to navigate crevasses and pass through glaciated lakes and icefalls to reach the summit. Due to its technical difficulty, this trek is not recommended for first-time peak climbers. However, for those seeking the challenge and the rush of conquering a Himalayan peak, Chulu East Peak Climbing is an experience you won't want to miss.
One of the major attractions of this trek is the stunning route that takes you through the biodiverse Annapurna Conservation Area, where you can witness diverse species of flora and fauna. The journey also passes through charming ethnic Magar and Rai villages, such as Tamang, Pisang, Humde, and Chame, which offer unique cultural experiences. The locals are known for their hospitality, respect for guests and visitors, welcoming smiles, and vibrant festivals, food, and costumes. This trek offers a great way to immerse yourself in the Himalayan life of Nepal.
To make the most of your Chulu East Peak Climbing adventure, it is best to plan your trip during the autumn (September-November) or spring (March-May) seasons, as the weather conditions are optimal during these times. Winter (December-February) and monsoon (June-August) seasons are not recommended due to adverse weather conditions.
Join Himalaya Land Treks for a wonderful and unforgettable adventure, where you can experience the Himalayan life and views of the exotic Annapurna region of Nepal.
Trip day to day detail itinerary
Arrival at Kathmandu (1,320m/4,330ft)
Drive from Kathmandu to Nga Di via Besisahar (760m/2493ft)
Trek from Nga Di to Syange (1100m/3609ft)
Trek from Syange to Tal (1,700 m/5577ft)
Trek from Tal to Timang (2270m/7448ft)
Trek from Timang to Pisang (3150m/10335ft)
Trek from Pisang to Ngawal Village (3660m/12008ft)
Trek from Ngawal Village to Chulu East Base Camp (4400m/14436ft)
Hike from Base camp to High Camp (5330m/17487ft)
Climbing Day, High Camp to Summit (429m/21093ft) and Back to Base Camp
Trek from Base Camp to Humde (3280m/10761ft)
Trek from Humde to Chame (2670m/8760ft)
Drive from Chame to Besisahar (760m/2493ft)