Chulu East (6584 m) Peak Climbing


Chulu East Peak Climbing is the trekking expedition to ascend the Chulu East Peak of Annapurana Himalayan Range resided at Manang district of Nepal. There are two bundled peaks of Chulu Himalaya called as the Chulus where the Chulu East stands at the height of 6584meters and the Chulu West stands at the height of 6419meters. The normal route to climb the peak from the base camp is the northeastern ridge where most climbers finish the climbing in one day for experienced ones and the novice trekkers establish a high camp below the peak.

The Chulu East Peak Climbing brings together the traditional trekking customs of the Annapurna massif leading upwards the valley of Marshyangdi valley river then crossing the Thorong la Pass of Annapurna Himalayas and ending the trekking adventure by descending to the valley of Kali Gandaki valley stopping at Pokhara. The expedition to chulu is safe, easy and honest when travelers are accompanied with professional trekking agency, qualified guides, trained porters and general training on using the trekking equipment, tying knots, ice-axe, crampons and using climbing ropes. The most part of the Chulu East trek is a exhausting climbing on rope collectively across elevate ice and the glacial crossings.

The Chulu East Peak Climbing takes place on Manang region of Nepal where travelers commute from Kathmandu to the Besishahar of the Marsyangdi Valley. The travelers then continue their travel by going through remote villages, mountains of Manang reaching the Thorung la Pass of Annapurna Region till the Chulu Base Camp. After resting at the chulu base camp, the traveler then continue their attempt of ascend to east chulu until they finish. The finally after the successful ascend the travelers descends to Kali Gandaki Valley and finally rest to Pokhara. The North – East Ridge is the general and common route to summit during the Chulu East Peak Climbing.