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Kanchenjunga Region

Suggested itineraries for the most popular Trekking Peaks and Treks options in the Kanchenjunga region.

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Kanchenjunga (28198? & treasures of the snow) is the third height mountain in the world and was first climb by the British in 1956. Lying on the Nepal ? Sikkim borders, the lush landscape of the Kanchenjunga area is an ideal environment for musk beer, blue sheep and the infamous yeti. Few westerners have traveled to this remote area.

Traversing the remote and rarely-visited north eastern corner of Nepal, your trek takes you through picturesque farmland and rugged alpine valleys to Ramze (4360m./14300ft.), the basecamp for the south side of the massif.

You then cross to the north side of the mountain by way of the Mirgin La (4663m./15295ft.), with views of Makalu, Chamlang, Everest and Kangchenjunga. Beyond the Tibetan settlement of Ghunsa, with its sturdy wooden houses, numerous prayer flags and smiling villagers, we skirt the incredible northern flanks of Jannu on the approach to the north side basecamp at Pang Pema (5100m./16730ft.). Here we camp in full view of the formidable north face of Kangchenjunga, which towers above the glacier opposite our camp in icy blue magnificence. This long, varied and sustained trek is regarded as one of the most beautiful walks in the world.

Kanchenjunga Trek 30 days

Kanchenjunga Trek 24 days

OUTLINE ITINERARY

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Day 01. Arrival in KTM & transfer to Hotel 
Day 02. Preparation for trek & trek briefing
Day 03. Fly Biratnagar. Overnight hotel.Day
Day 04. Fly Taplejung. Trek to Phurumbu (1603m)
Day 05. Chirwa along the TAMOR RIVER (1336m) 
Day 06. Sekhathum along Ghunsa river (1648m)
Day 07. Amjilesha (2360 m)
Day 08. Gyabla (2690 m)
Day 09. Ghunsa Goan (3472 m)
Day 10. KHAMBACHEN (4130 m)
Day 11 Khambachen, day trip Jannu base camp (4092 m)
Day 12 Lhonak (4780 m)
Day 13. Pang-Pema BC. 
Day 14. Explore the region. 
Day 15. Khambechen (4130 m)
Day 16 Ghunsa (3472 m)
Day 17 Selele pass H. C. (4460 m)
Day 18. Yalung (4128 m)
Day 19. RAMCHER (4360 m)
Day 20. DAY HIKE TO Oktang valley (4780m)
Day 21. Tseram (3750 m)
Day 22 Forest camp (2565 m)
Day 23 Yamphudin (1650 m)
Day 24. Funfun
Day 25. Kunjari 
Day 26. Taplejung 
Day 28. EXTRA/emergency DAY
Day 27. Fly back to Kathmandu via Biratnagar.
Day 29. Kathmandu. Evening celebration meal.
Day 30. Fly back to home at schedule time.

Day 01. Fly to Taplejung (2300m).
Day 02. A short day's trekking to Tambawa.
Day 03. Trek to Khesawa (2100m).
Day 04. Through farmland to Mamankhe.
Day 05. Trek to Yamphudin (1650m).
Day 06. Through dense forest to the Omje Khola River.
Day 07. Cross the Deorali Danda (3230m) to the Simbewa Khola
Day 08. Through an increasingly alpine ecosystem to Tseram
Day 09. Past the Yalung Glacier, to Ramze (4360m).
Day 10. Trek to Oktang, Return to Ramze.
Day 11. Cross to Selele.
Day 12. Trek to the Tibetan village of Ghunsa (3475m).
Day 13. Trek to Kambachen (4130m).
Day 14. Trek to Lhonak, high above the Kangchenjunga Glacier
Day 15. Trek Pang Pema, basecamp for Kangchenjunga’s north side.
Day 16. Free day at Pang Pema.
Day 17. Return trek to Kambachen.
Day 18. Descend to Phole.
Day 19. Following the Ghunsa Khola to Sakathon (1600m).
Day 20. Trek to Chirwa (1180m).
Day 21. Trek through farmland to Mitlung.
Day 22. Ascend to Taplejung.
Day 23. Fly back to Kathmandu via Biratnagar.
Day 24. EXTRA day