Pisang Peak (6091m) Climbing


Per Person


Regarding Dromo Peak 6855m, it is a peak open only for expedition not a trekking peak like Mera and other. It means Royalty fee is (US$ 2,000) is levied by the Government and you have to be accompanied by a Liaison Officer. You have to procedure all documents as Expeditions.

Asking for climbing permission:
The following documents have to be sent to the Ministry of Tourism, Mountaineering Division, Kathmandu, Nepal.
1. Complete Application (Schedule-1 of Regulations)
2. Endorsement/Recommendation letter of the National Alpine club. (If there is no Alpine club, endorsement of the Government)
3. Short biography of all members of the expedition (with photograph)
4. Map and/or photograph of the mountain indicating climbing route.
5. Approach route map.


Trip Itinerary


Day 1: Arrival Kathmandu Airport & Transfer to Hotel.


Day 2: Trekking permit formalities, hotel Bed Breakfast


Day 3: Flight from Ktm - Biratnagar, Bus drive to Basantapur, Camping


Day 4: From Basantapur trek to Chauki, Camping


Day 5: From Chauki trek to Gupha Pokhari, Camping


Day 6: Trek Gupha Pokhari to Nesum, Camping


Day 7: Trek Nesum to Mitlung, Camping


Day 8: From Mitlung trek to Chirwa, Camping


Day 9: Trek to Sakhatum from Chirwa, Camping


Day 10: Trek to Amjilesa from Sakhatum, Camping


Day 11: From Amjilesa trek to Gyabla, Camping


Day 12: Trek Gyabla to Ghunsa, Camping


Day 13: Trek Ghunsa to Khambachen, Camping


Day 14: From Khambachen trek to Lhonak, Camping


Day 15: From Lhonak trek to Pang Pema , Camping


Day 16: Dormo Peak ascent day, Camping


Day 17: Dormo Peak BC to Lhonak, Camping


Day 18: From Lhonak trek to Ghunsa, Camping


Day 19: From Ghunsa trek to Seleley, Camping


Day 20: From Seleley cross Mirgin La and trek to Tseram, Camping


Day 21: Trek Tseram to Ramche, Camping


Day 22: Trek Ramche to Torontan, Camping


Day 23: Trek to Omje Khola from Torontan, Camping


Day 24: Trek to Mamanke from Omje Khola, Camping


Day 25: Trek to Bhanjyang from Mamanke, Camping


Day 26: Trek to Lali Kharka from Bhanjyang, Camping


Day 27: Trek to Suketar from Lali Kharka, Camping


Day 28: From Suketar take a flight to Kathmandu. Hotel B/B


Day 29: Free day in Kathmandu, hotel B/B


Day 30: Final departure, transfer to airport


Note: This itinerary can be customized as per situation.

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Clothing and Equipments

Certain basic trekking equipment is essential on all routes we described in this site. Depending on the area and season, we will provide you with a comprehensive list of necessities. Here is some recommended Equipments List for trekking in Nepal.


1. Boots

Lightweight walking boots. If new one is being bought, “walk then in” to avoid blisters. Also bring spare laces.

2. Track shoes

A pair of track shoes. To wear in the camp at night or when the boot is wet.

3. Jacket

Warm jacket. Fiber fills or down should be adequate. This is especially necessary during winter from December to February. A rainproof jacket with hood or a poncho. Get the one that is guaranteed waterproof.

4. Shirt and Sweaters

Woolen shirts and thick sweaters. During winter months, December through February these items are essential. Thick sweaters can be purchased in Kathmandu. 1 lightweight long sleeved -shirt is particularly suitable for avoiding sun burn.

5. Trousers

A pair of lightweight/ heavy weight trousers. Jeans are unsuitable to wear on treks. Cheap loose cotton pants are available in Kathmandu. Heavyweight trousers are useful higher up in the mountains in the morning and at night. Windproof/ waterproof trousers are necessary on all treks going above 10.00ft.

6. Underwear

Thermal underwear. These are excellent to sleep in at night in the winter months thermal underwear are quite invaluable.

7. Tracksuit

A tracksuit useful for wearing in camp and in the tent. 2 pair of loose fitting long shorts/ skirts.

8. Sleeping Bag

As you do not carry it yourself this may be synthetic or down, but it must be 4 season. As most treks pass through a variety of climatic conditions, a long zip is a good idea. A cotton/fleece liner helps keep your sleeping bag clean. Good sleeping bags are expensive but can be rented easily in Kathmandu (Only for treks starting and finishing there)

9. Sun Hat, SunCream/Block & Lip Salve

Choose a high factor suncream (Factor 20 or stronger) to protect your skin against the sun at high altitude. A combination sunblock/lip salve is ideal for facial protection.

10. Personal First Aid Kit

You should have your own supply of plasters, aspirin, diarrhea tablets and also a comprehensive blister kit. (Please do not give medicines to local people without consulting the trek leader.)

11. Hat/ Glove/ Sandle/ Shocks/ Underwear

a) A woolen hat to wear in the morning and at night. During winter it is an essential item.
b) A sunhat and ensure it has a wide brim to cover the face and neck.
b) A pair of gloves. Leather with lining and woolen are best. c) 1 pair of sandals to wear in the cities and in camp.
d) 4 pairs of thin and 4 pair of thick woolen socks.
e) Underwear” normal quantity and swimming costume, hankies.

Equipments and Accessories

a) Duffle bag or kit bag to carry to gear while trekking
b) Daypack: This is a small rucksack to carry personal requirement for the day e.g. toilet items, camera, film towel, soap, a boot etc.
c) Water bottle.
d) Snow glasses and sunglasses
e) 2-4 large plastic bags to separate clean clothes from dirty ones.
f) 6 -10 smaller plastic bags to dispose garbage.
g) Wallet and /or money belt with compartment for coins.
h) Toiletries with large and small towels. Toilet paper can buy in Kathmandu and some villages in the mountains.
i) Small headlamp and/ or torch with spare batteries and bulbs
j) candles and lighter to burn toilet paper.
k) Snow gaiters essential during wither and all treks going over at other times.
l) An umbrella (optional), which is quite useful to as a sunshade and useful when it rains.
m) Reading materials, camera and film, game items (optional), note book, rubber band, pen and pencil, envelopes, a diary, a calendar, a pocket knife, binoculars (optional), a small pillow or headrest (optional). Thermoses (optional)- an inflatable sleeping mat, trekking map, adequate quantities of passport photograph