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Paldor Peak Climbing

 When the weather is clear, the Ganesh Himal range can be seen an delightful backdrop to the northwest of Kathmandu, with the icy peaks of Ganesh I (7,406 m), Ganesh V (6,950 m), Pabil (7,101 m) and Logsang Karpo (7,150 m) peering above the forested valley rim.Paldor lies at the south-east end of this range at the junction of the Tiru and Karpu Dandas (ridges). While it is under 6,000m, it provides a satisfying and non-to-difficult climb. The main route across the glacier is crevassed and takes some finding. On reaching the col there are two options. Either climb the straightforward ridge using ropes, or continue around to the crevassed back for a simpler, 45 degree, ridge. In good conditions making a traverse of the mountain is ossible.From the summit there are excellent views of the Ganesh Himal peaks, Langtang Lirung (7,227 m) and Manaslu (8,156 m) as well as the mountains of Tibet including Shishapangma (8,013 m). The peak was first climbed by Bill Tilman, Peter Lloyd, Tenzing Sherpa and Da Namgyal during the monsoon of 1949 via the North-East Ridge. The trek in to base camp is along the popular Tamang Heritage Trail.


Days 01 : Arrival at Kathmandu; transfer to the Hotel

Days 02 : Stay in Kathmandu for the official procedure

Days 03 : Drive to Syabru Bensi; course starting point

Days 04-05 : Trek to Paldor base camp

Days 06-12 : Climbing period

Days 13-18 : Trek back to Trisuli

Days 19 : Drive back to Kathmandu

Days 20 : Rest at Kathmandu valley

Days 21 : Departure on your own destination