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Nuptse Expedition

Mt. Nuptse (7855m) beautiful mountain peak in Nepal situated in the Khumbu Himal just south-west of Mount Everest. Mount Nuptse was first ascended by British national-Dennis Davis and Nepali national- Sherpa Tashi on the north-ridge (Scott-route) on May 16, 1961. Mount Nuptse expedition emerge as a massive wall guarding Mount Everest when it is viewed from the Thangboche Monastery. The name 'Nup-tse' is originated from the Tibetan language meaning ''west-peak''. The main ridge, Lhotse-Nuptse massive is joint to Lhotse by a 7556m high saddle made up of 7 peaks and goes west-northwest. Nuptse's south-face is 2500m high and 5 kilometers wide. The west-face of the peak is dropped down more than 2300m to the Khumbu-glacier. The main summit received only two visits till September 1996. Slovenian climbing legend Janez Jeglic and fellow countrymen Tomaz Humar ascended Nuptse's 8000 foot West Face in October 1997. The dramatic south face with 7000 feet of vertical relief boasts the South Pillar. Since Mount Nuptse expedition has been open numerous mountaineers successfully summit this peak. Mt. Nuptse expedition commence from Lukla after 35 minutes mountain flight from Kathmandu.



Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu & transfer to Hotel

Day 02: Kathmandu- Prepare Expedition

Day 03: Briefing expedition in Ministry of tourism 

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 – Nuptse Base Camp – Camping

Day 11-32: Climbing period for Nupte expedition 

Day 33: Base camp cleaning

Day 34: Base camp - Pheriche

Day 35: Pheriche - Thyangboche

Day 36: Thyanboche - jorsalle

Day 37: Jorsale - Lukla

Day 38: Fly to Kathmandu

Day 39: Kathmandu. 

Day 40: Final departure