Nepal is unanimously synonymous to lofty angular mountains and most of the tourists visit
Nepal to live the ‘top of the world experience’. Standing atop the crown of the Paldor Peak
(5896m) and glaring at some of the highest mountains in the world gives one such an
experience. Paldor Peak can easily be accessed from the North East, South East, West and
South West ridges. From the peak, once can peacefully enjoy the picturesque view of the
mountains in the entire Ganesh Mountain Range. The peak is located on the South East end
of Ganesh Himal which as a result lets one witness the might of Pabil (7,101m), Logsang
Karpo (7,150m), Ganesh I (7,406m) and Ganesh V (6,950m) mountains.
The easiest and most taken route to Paldor is from Syabrubesi which is a 7-hour drive from
Kathmandu. The path then directs us through Langtang River to enter the Tamang villages at
Tangjet and Gatlang which have immense cultural significance. We move to the ridge north
side to enter dense green forests alongside Mailung river to infiltrate an army post. Not
literally though. We pass through the post and Paldor Peak is just a day’s trek from the army
post. Also, adrenaline seekers choose an alternative of trekking through the outskirts of
Kathmandu through Helambu over the Gosaikunda range. From that point on, they continue
the trek from Syabrubesi like others. You will be briefed on the options once you get here.
We aim at providing you a heartwarming experience right from your arrival in the capital till
the end of your vacation. We take care of all your permits and provide full board packages
that include accommodation in Kathmandu and over the trek. Also, we provide a variety of
mostly local and organic food options which are included in breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Additionally, we have dynamic and talented leaders who will assist you throughout the trek.
Sight-seeing around Kathmandu is something we would suggest.
Embark with Exciting Himalaya on this journey which you will never regret and will adore
later.
Contact us at excitinghimalaya@gmail.com

Nepal is unanimously synonymous to lofty angular mountains and most of the tourists visit
Nepal to live the ‘top of the world experience’. Standing atop the crown of the Paldor Peak
(5896m) and glaring at some of the highest mountains in the world gives one such an
experience. Paldor Peak can easily be accessed from the North East, South East, West and
South West ridges. From the peak, once can peacefully enjoy the picturesque view of the
mountains in the entire Ganesh Mountain Range. The peak is located on the South East end
of Ganesh Himal which as a result lets one witness the might of Pabil (7,101m), Logsang
Karpo (7,150m), Ganesh I (7,406m) and Ganesh V (6,950m) mountains.
The easiest and most taken route to Paldor is from Syabrubesi which is a 7-hour drive from
Kathmandu. The path then directs us through Langtang River to enter the Tamang villages at
Tangjet and Gatlang which have immense cultural significance. We move to the ridge north
side to enter dense green forests alongside Mailung river to infiltrate an army post. Not
literally though. We pass through the post and Paldor Peak is just a day’s trek from the army
post. Also, adrenaline seekers choose an alternative of trekking through the outskirts of
Kathmandu through Helambu over the Gosaikunda range. From that point on, they continue
the trek from Syabrubesi like others. You will be briefed on the options once you get here.
We aim at providing you a heartwarming experience right from your arrival in the capital till
the end of your vacation. We take care of all your permits and provide full board packages
that include accommodation in Kathmandu and over the trek. Also, we provide a variety of
mostly local and organic food options which are included in breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Additionally, we have dynamic and talented leaders who will assist you throughout the trek.
Sight-seeing around Kathmandu is something we would suggest.
Embark with Exciting Himalaya on this journey which you will never regret and will adore
later.
Contact us at excitinghimalaya@gmail.com

Day 1
Arrived in Kathmandu

You will be picked up from the airport for an overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 2
Full day Sightseeing Tour in Kathmandu Valley in a private car

This day serves as an introductory day to learn and visit the pearls of the Kathmandu valley

such as several UNESCO listed world heritage sites, sacred Hindu temples, Pashupatinath

temple, Swayambhunath stupa, and Boudhanath stupa. These sites are considered very

important in terms of spirituality and architecture. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 3
Drive from Kathmandu to Sybrubensi 1460m/7hrs by private vechile

A 7 hour straight drive to Syrubensi. Majestic hills and scenery add excitement to the start

our trekking journey. We move along parallelly with Trishuli river, green fields and small

valleys. Overnight at a tented camp.

Day 4
Trek from Sybrubensi to Gatlang Village 2238m/6-7hours

The trek initiates alongside Chilime River. We will then need to cross a suspension bridge

over the Chilime Khola to the north bank and ascend next to the second suspension bridge.

The trail passes through Gholjong Sango and follows a water channel that leads us to

Tangjet. From that point on, ascension along the farmlands of rice, millet barley begins.

Crystal walls, carved stones, and lotus Mandalas can be observed while we head towards

our destination. Overnight at a tented camp.

Day 5
Trek from Gatlang Village to Somdang 3258m/6-7hours

After breakfast, we continue along the trail passing through the Khumbu Danda (3,739m) to

the north along the crest and then ascend steeply to the west. We will be astounded by

landscapes of pine, fir, and rhododendron and the beautiful views of Langtang and

Annapurna ranges. Following a newly constructed road for some time, we make a steep

climb ascending to Somdang. Overnight at a tented camp.

Day 6
Trek from Somdang to Lari 4868m/5-6hours,

We head to Lari from Somdang this day. The trail mostly consists of rhododendron forests

and open fields. We will be blown by the clear unwavering view of Ganesh Himal (7422m),

Manaslu (8163m) and others in the Annapurna range. The trail passes along the east side of

Ganesh Himal (7422m) until Lari. From Lari, Paldor Peak (5860m) is easily visible. Overnight

at a tented camp.

Day 7
Acclimatization Day

This day is very important for the rest of the trek we will do. So, we do a short day hiking or

take some rest at Lari and acclimatize. High mountains and glaciers of this region can be

seen and also we can stroll around the village to observe the lifestyle of the people.

Overnight at a tented camp.

Day 8
Trek from Lari to Paldor Base Camp 4980m/6-7hours

The last tree-line in the entire region will be found at this height. We will slowly and steeply

ascend along the rocky ridges towards the north-east direction along the moraines below the

glaciers of Paldor Peak (5860m). Our ultimate goal this day is reaching the junction of East

and West Paldor glacier. Overnight at a tented camp.

Day 9
Trek from BaseCamp to High Camp 5200m/5-6hours

Trek from BaseCamp to High Camp 5200m/5-6hours

Day 10
Summit to Paldor Peak 5860m and back to Base Camp 4980m/7-8hours

From our high camp, we follow the trail that leads to the Paldor Glacier in the east. The trail

is steep with loose rocks and hard snow and can be slippery and dangerous. We must be

careful to properly follow the instructions of the guide while summiting the peak. Mountains

like Machhapuchhre (6997m), Shisapangma (8013m) and the brown hills of Tibet can be

awesomely seen from the peak. We then choose a campsite for our camp back at base

camp. Overnight at the tented camp.

Day 11
Reserve Day for Climbing due to Bad weather

This will be a reserve safe day for us. Due to weather conditions that can’t be predicted, we

might not be able to make the ascend. In such cases arise, we do the summit this day.

Overnight at the tented camp

Day 12
Trek from Base Camp to Somdang 3258m/6-7hours

We resketch our way back to Somdang. The path descends and plummets. So, precautions

are needed. On reaching Somdang, we will stay in a tented camp.

Day 13
We resketch our way back to Somdang. The path descends and plummets. So, precautions are needed. On reaching Somdang, we will stay in a tented camp.

The steeply descending trail leads us back to the road and the rest of the trek will continue

with forested landscapes which lead us to Khumpu Danda. The trail intertwining with rivers

will take us to our destination, Gatlang Village. This night is for appreciating the local culture

and food. Overnight at the tented camp.

Day 14
Trek from Gatlang Village to Tatopani 2607m/5-6hours

After breakfast, we head towards the descending trail along the Bhotekoshi River to

Thangbuche near Chilime village. We stop at Thangbuche for lunch and we might explore

the Chilime hydropower dam as well. From here, the trail will ascend until Tatopani. We can

also take a refreshing bath at the local hot springs which have medicinal properties because

of the natural minerals. Overnight at tented camp.

Day 15
Hike to Nagthali Ghyang 3165m and back to Tatopani 2607m/5-6hours

We hike to Nagthali Danda which is a magnificent viewpoint for the high angular mountains.

The trail consists of mostly forested landscapes. We stop at Birming Hill for lunch and rest

for a while. From there, we carry on to Nagthali Danda. Enjoying the panoramic views of the

stretched mountains, we will descend back to Tatopani. Overnight at the tented camp.

Day 16: Trek from Tatopani to Sybrubensi 1460m/5-6hours

Day 16
Trek from Tatopani to Sybrubensi 1460m/5-6hours

After breakfast, we will descend along the farmlands of rice, barley, and paddy to Tatopani.

We will move through forests transcendent villages before reaching Syrubesi. Technically,

this day is the final day of our peak climbing journey in the Paldor area. We get our final

intimate chance to bid farewell to the mountains and drop jaws at the view of the mountains

and beautiful landscapes of the Langtang region. Overnight at the tented camp

Day 17
After breakfast, we will descend along the farmlands of rice, barley, and paddy to Tatopani. We will move through forests transcendent villages before reaching Syrubesi. Technically, this day is the final day of our peak climbing journey in the Paldor area. We get our final intimate chance to bid farewell to the mountains and drop jaws at the view of the mountains and beautiful landscapes of the Langtang region. Overnight at the tented camp

Our last day of trekking. A reverse drive through the same roads parallel to the Trishuli

River with the familiar mountain peaks and lush vegetation takes us back to Kathmandu.

You can spend the remaining of your time shopping or resting. Overnight

in Kathmandu.

Day 18
Final Departure to International Airport.

After breakfast we drive you to Tribhuvan International Airport for your scheduled flight.

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