Chulu West Peak Climbing
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Trip Highlights
  • Destination:Nepal
  • Best Season:and views are undisturbed by fog and clouds. This season is best suited for photographers looking for that perfect view to immortalize with a picture. Meanwhile, the Spring season is also great for this Peak Climbing journey. The snow begins to dissipate in this time paving way for a memorable journey.


Chulu West is one of the most adventurous and challenging climbing peaks in the Annapurna region. At 6419 meters height, this expedition provides all the fun, thrill and adventure you expect from a peak climbing experience. The unstable weather condition of Annapurna range and steep snow slopes are what makes Chulu Peak Climbing thrilling. Despite the thrill that the Chulu West Peak climbing provides, we here at Legend of Himalaya, strongly believe that once all the proper security guidelines have been set in place, it will be a great climbing experience for anyone willing to try.


Chulu West Peak was scaled for the first time by a team of  Japanese explorers. They scaled the peak from the west ridge in 1952 A.D. After the initial success of the expenditure, Chulu West Peak, became a popular climbing destination amongst the Annapurna massifs.  The region of Annapurna and its massifs are interconnected with Meso Kanto La (on the south), and Thorung La Passes 5416m (on the North). Atop the Chulu Peak, you will have stunning views of Mount Dhaulagiri (5416m), Mount Nilgiri (2637 m), Mount Annapurna I (8091m), Mount Tukuche Peak ( 6920 m) and various other small snow-capped peaks. Anyone planning to embark on Chulu West Peak should be fit both mentally and physically, as the body has to acclimatize in high altitudes. The guides and Sherpa that Legend of Himalaya employees have the required knowledge and skills to assure a safe and fun-filled climbing experience. The trip takes you to the district of Manang, safe and isolated from urbanization where you can study and experience rural life in the Himalayas of Nepal.


  • Day 01:

    Arrival in Kathmandu and Transfer to Hotel. Peak Climbing Briefing

  • Day 02:

    Drive to Nga Di via Besisahar from Kathmandu (8-9 hours drive)

  • Day 03:

    Trek to Syangje (5-6 hours trek)

  • Day 04:

    Trek to Tal (5-6 hours)

  • Day 05:

    Trek to Timang (5-6 hours trek)

  • Day 06:

    Trek to Lower Pisang (5-6 hours trek)

  • Day 07:

    Trek to Manang (6-7 hours trek)

  • Day 08:

    Acclimatization and Rest day at Manang

  • Day 09:

    Trek to Ledar (5-6 hours trek)

  • Day 10:

    Trek to Chulu West Base Camp (5-6 hours trek)

  • Day 11:

    Trek to High Camp (5-6 hours trek)

  • Day 12:

    Climb to summit and trek down to Base Camp (8-10 hours climb)

  • Day 13:

    Trek to Manang (4-5 hours trek)

  • Day 14:

    Trek to Chame (4-5 hours trek)

  • Day 15:

    Trek to Besisahar (4-5 hours trek)

  • Day 16:

    Drive to Kathmandu (8-9 hours drive)

  • Day 17:

    Leisure day at Kathmandu

  • Day 18:



Price included

  • Airport to Hotel upon arrival and Hotel to Airport on Departure Transportation

    • Transportation from Kathmandu to Nga Di and back.

      • All permits and entry cost throughout the Climbing days

        • 15 Meals (BLD) throughout the Climbing days

          • 14 Nights Lodge/Teahouse accommodation throughout the Climbing days

            • 3 Nights accommodation in standard hotel in Kathmandu

              • 1 guide and 1 porter along with their food, accommodation, and insurance.

Price does not included

  • Entrance fees in Durbar Squares or Temples

  • Personal expenses - Cigarettes, Bar Bills, Extra Snacks and Drinks

  • Other expenses like Hot Showers, Internet, Laundry, Electricity bills, etc.

  • Personal Trekking/Climbing gears

  • Visa Procurement Cost

  • Tips for Guide and Porters

  • Travel Insurance

  • All other expenses not mentioned in Includes section