Saribung Peak Climbing -Upper Mustang Trek

Trip Overview
  • Duration 25 Days
  • Difficulty Level Technical Challenging or Grade E (*****)
  • DestinationNepal
  • Meals & AccommodationBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Trip Start & EndKathmandu to Kathmandu
  • Trip TypeTrekking and Climbing
  • Major AttractionMustang, Saribung
  • Maximum Altitude6328 Meters
  • Best TimeSpring/Autumn

Highlights

  • Climb the high-altitude Saribung Peak (6346m) for panoramic views of the Himalayan peaks of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Manaslu.
  • Stay in lovely Gurung communities in the Annapurna area.
  • Muktinath Temple is one of Nepal's most prominent Hindu and Buddhist sites.
  • The Annapurna Circuit's highest point and most physically demanding day are Thorong-La Pass (5416m). Its enthralling sights make everything worthwhile.
  • Endless views of the Annapurna Massif and some of the world's tallest peaks: Annapurna 1, Manaslu, and Dhaulagiri.
  • I was trekking through low sub-tropical woods to high-alpine rocky terrain.
  • Trekking in Mustang Land with a Sherpa Guide to Dakar, Gar Gumba Teahouse, and Camping Trek is a great excursion.
  • Flight from Pokhara to Jomsom, Nepal
  • In a Nepali restaurant, there will be a cultural program.
  • After Yara village, there are fewer people on the walk.
  • Visit the 2,500-year-old cave of Chaucer.

Saribung Peak and the Damodar Himalayan Range are likely unfamiliar to you. It's an off-the-beaten-path excursion, adding to its allure and mystique — a location where few people go.

This is another reason to visit Nepal and explore this new, wild, untamed region. It's new and exciting, including a trip up the magnificent Saribung Peak (6346m). Because it is not on the main commercial routes from Tibet, the trail leading to Saribung is rarely traveled. The location is nestled away in the relatively secluded Upper Mustang region, beyond Lo Manthang (3840m) and directly on the Tibetan border, and is rich in Tibetan culture.

It's also famous for being a component of the old trade route from China's Tibetan plateau to India's southernmost tip. It's also a component of the well-known "Silk Road." In this windy and dry terrain, the Damodar Kunda is located at an elevation of 4890 meters.

The region is part of the Annapurna Conservation Area, Nepal's largest protected area and home to Mt. Dhaulagiri, the world's seventh-tallest peak (8167m). Mustang sits within the rain shadow of the Dhaulagiri Massif in the south and west and the Annapurna Massif in the north and east and is part of the high-altitude Tibetan highlands.

The trail leads to high mountain passes and glaciers in the Damodar Kunda area and Nar-Phu Valley. You will be rewarded with breathtaking views of Himlung Himal (7126m), Nilgiri Himal (7061m), Lamjung Himal (6983m), Himlung Himal (7126m), and Mt. Manaslu (8156m), and Annapurna II from the summit of Saribung Peak (7937m).

The trek to Saribung Peak begins in Jomsom, the Mustang District's capital. It continues through Kagbeni, Chele, Geling, Tsarang, Lo Manthang, Dhi Gaon, Luri Gomba, Ghuma Tanti, Namta Khola, and finally to Saribung Base Camp, where you will acclimate before attempting the summit.

For this adventure, you'll need a decent degree of fitness and endurance, but by the time you reach higher altitudes, you should be ready to summit.

Mountain Rock Treks & Expedition is a significant provider and leader in Himalayan trekking and climbing expeditions. We are proud of our reputation for offering first-class service after many years in the industry. Mountain rock treks & excursions pride themselves on providing excellent service and a well-planned package tour to climb Saribung Peak. Since the commencement of the government of Nepal's authorization, we have been operating a successful Saribung Peak climbing operation. What sets us apart from the competition is the hassle-free quality service we provide to our clients, the well-planned itineraries that include enough acclimatization days to ensure the climbers' health, and, above all, our highly successful and experienced Sherpa guides, who have the courage and wits to face and tackle the various contingencies that may arise in the Himalayan region. Our company's priority is your safety.

Although the climb is not technically challenging, it demands a decent degree of fitness. We recommend that you have traveled at a high altitude and have basic mountaineering abilities, such as using an ice axe and crampons, before attempting it. This trip has two climbing days, one to a high camp (6,042m) and the other to the top of Saribung Peak (6,328m). The panoramic view of the neighboring peaks from the top is breathtaking.

The Summit of Saribung Peak

The journey to the summit of Saribung Peak begins with a short flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara, then on to Jomsom at 2,743 meters. Similarly, it would help if you traveled through Kagbeni, Chele, Gelling, Tsarang, and Lo Manthang before arriving at the picturesque Dhi Gaon, Lury Gomba, Ghuma Tanti, and Namta Khola. All these steps will get you closer to the Japanese base camp at 5,010 meters, where you will rest for a day to acclimate. We will then begin our actual Saribung Peak Summit and then tour all around the marvel of Saribung Peak whenever you are prepared and ready. It will undoubtedly be an incredible journey to reach the summit of Saribung Peak.

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Arrive at Kathmandu and transfer to the hotel, our representative from Mountain Rock Treks will meet you at Tribhuvan International Airport on your arrival schedule. You will be greeted and transferred to the hotel in Kathmandu. Our staff will help you until the check-in procedure ends at Hotel. You can either have a rest at the Hotel or visit Our office for gathering additional information about the trip. In the evening, join our welcome dinner program organized by Mountain Rock Treks and Expedition Team.

  • Hotel or Resort
  • B/B Plan
  • 30 Minutes
  • 1345 Meters

Today we will spend most of our day sightseeing around some of the world heritage sites UNESCO inside Kathmandu valley. For more details visit our world heritage site tour Program.

Note: It is not possible to visit all world heritage sites in Kathmandu within a day. So you can choose at least 3-4 places for a day sightseeing.

  • Hotel or Resort
  • B/B Plan
  • 5-6 Hours
  • 1345 Meters

Today We will drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara by Tourist bus, which takes approximately Six to Seven hours of drive journey. We will go over the Prithivi Highway banks of the Trishuli river, famous for white water rafting. Pokhara is a beautiful town set on the banks of Fewa Lake. It is smaller and much less Crowed than Kathmandu and is the starting point for our trek.

 

 

  • Hotel Or Resort
  • B/b Plan
  • 6-7 hours
  • 820 Meters

We will take an early morning flight from Pokhara to Jomsom. Jomsom is a Touristic hub for Mustang and Upper Mustang Treks with an airstrip, an abundance of tea houses, and services. We will start our trek from Jomsom on a broad trail that goes along the valley bottom to reach an oasis-like settlement of Kagbeni, where there is narrow flagstone paved paths and flat-roofed houses. We will visit Annapurna Conservation Area Project's (ACAP) registration office to register Mustang's permit here at Kagbeni before trekking further into the Mustang region.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch Dinner
  • 30 Minutes Flight and 4 hours Trek
  • 2810 Meters

From Kagbeni, our trail goes along the east bank of Kali Gandaki valley, often traversing steep slopes with loose rocks. We will continue our trek passing through the village of Tangbe. We can see ancient cave dwellings along the trekking route with impressive rock formations. Our trail passes through the small town of Chuksang, where the valley ends at a narrow canyon with additional meditation cliffs above us. With good views of Nilgiri and Tilicho Peak at a distance, we will trek along the actual right bank of Kali Gandaki to arrive at Chele.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 5-6 Hours
  • 3050 Meters

After breakfast, we will leave Chele and follow the trail that enters a small grassy basin. From here, we will ascend to Dajori La Pass at 3735 meters and descend downhill towards the picturesque village of Samar. Our trail from Samar descends rapidly into a heavily eroded watercourse before climbing steeply towards Bhena La Pass at 3838 meters. We will drop a little before climbing to Yamda La Pass at 3860 meters. We will have magnificent views of the beautiful valleys of the Upper Mustang from here. A short descent and then uphill trek will lead us to an enormous stupa at Chhungar. From here, we turn right at the cairn and descend to reach the flat-bottomed valley and the village of Geling.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 6-7 Hours
  •  3510 Meters

Leaving Geling, our trail climbs a steep hillside towards the crossing of Nyi La Pass at 4025 meters. From the top of the pass, we will have magnificent views of the Annapurna Himalayan ranges behind us. A gradual descent from the top will lead us to Ghami. Our trail from Ghami descends through the rough and slippery path as we head towards a suspension bridge over Ghami Khola. After crossing the bridge, we will do a climb along with the longest mani wall in Mustang. We head towards the crossing of Tsarang La Pass at 3870 meters. We will descend from the top of the pass to arrive at Tsarang.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 6-7 Hours
  •  3620 Meters

After breakfast at Tsarang, we will continue our trekking by following the trail that drops down to cross the suspension bridge over Tsarang Khola. After crossing the river, we will ascend towards Lo La pass at 3950 meters. From the top of the key, we will have mind-blowing views of the northern Mustang and Lo-Manthang. An easy descent from the top of the pass will lead us to the ancient walled capital of Mustang   Lo-Manthang.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 3-4 Hours
  • 3730 Meters

Acclimatization is very crucial to avoiding mental and physical illness. Lo-Manthang has several hike options for spending a good acclimatization day. A 2-3 hours hike up to Namgyal Monastery can be done for acclimatization. Besides, Lo Manthang is an exciting town where there are three significant gompas to explore. Jhampa, Thupchen, and Chhoeda - These gompas have undergone expert restoration over the last 20 years. Explore the unique culture and distinct tradition here at the capital of the Forbidden Kingdom of Mustang.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 2-3 Hours
  • 3730 Meters

After exploring Lo-Manthang, we will follow the trail that is a gradual climb as we approach the village of Dhi. Leaving Dhi village, we will follow the path that descends downhill to cross a small stream. After crossing the stream, we will do a steep uphill climb to Yara. We will see countless caves in the high stone walls during the trek.

  • Tented camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 6-7 Hours
  • 3650 Meters

Today is a relatively short and easy day trekking. We will follow the trail that is a gradual ascend towards Luri Gompa. There are two monasteries here at Luri Gompa. At first, we will visit one located below the Luri Cave Monastery. Later we will make a steep ascent to Luri Cave Monastery, one of the oldest - built in the 15th century and also the famous cave monastery in the Mustang region. We will witness numerous images and statues of Protectors and deities inside the cave. After an excursion around the cave monastery, we will relax at our campsite.

  • Tented camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 4-5 Hours
  • 4000 Meters

Today we will follow the trail that descends through the gorge and heads towards Ghuma Tanthi. We will trek on the path with several ups and downs through pasture grounds and hilltops. During the trek, we will have great views of Mt. Dhaulagiri. We will ascend towards a pass at 4920 meters before descending to Ghuma Tanthi. Ghuma Tanthi is a place built to shelter Buddhist pilgrims on their way to the sacred Damodar Kunda Lakes.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  •  5-6 hrs
  • 4600 Meters

Leaving Ghuma Tanthi, we will make a steep ascent towards a pass at 5320 meters. From the top of the key, we will have stunning views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges. Then we descend to the bottom of Parche Khola before climbing again to reach another pass at 5480 meters. Our trail leads us toward the sacred and pristine lakes near Damodar Himal. Here we can spot a Hindu shrine and an ancient Buddhist Chorten. We will continue trek until we arrive at Namta Khola for our overnight stay.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 7-8 Hours
  • 4890 Meters

Leaving Namta Khola, we will gradually ascend towards higher altitudes. Our trail goes along with the alpine vegetation and over the landscapes that resemble Tibetan Plateau until we arrive at Saribung Base Camp. After arriving at the base camp, we will quickly set up our tents and make necessary checks on our health conditions and climbing equipment.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 6-7 Hours
  • 4950 Meters

We will spend one more day here at the Base Camp for acclimatization. Acclimatization is essential for staying fit, both physically and mentally, for a successful summit climb of Saribung Peak. Thus, we will take a day's rest for acclimatization assuring the successful summit climb.

  •  Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 2 Hours
  • 4950 Meters

Today we will leave the base camp and follow the gradual ascent trekking trail. We will trek over the course that is often snow-covered and icy. In some slippery sections, we will need to use our crampons. Today's trek can be very tiring, so resting now and then helps restore energy. We continue on our trek with great views of Khumjunggar Himal and Damodar Himal as we approach a good camping site at Camp I. We will quickly set up our camps, and our Sherpa crew will start making necessary preparations for the summit climb.

  •  Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  •  5-6 Hours Climb
  • 5800 Meters

Today is the day that we have been desperately waiting for. Fully acclimatized and adequately equipped with all the necessary climbing gears, we start early as the strong winds after midday can create obstacles to reaching the summit. Following the guidance and footsteps of our experienced climbing experts, we will climb to the summit of Saribung Peak. Once at the top, we are rewarded with magnificent views of breathtaking valleys and high peaks, including Himlung, Gyajikang, and Bhrikuti. After spending short quality time at the top, we will descend and head back to reach base camp.

 

  •  Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  •  7-8 Hours Climb 
  • 6328 Meters

After the successful summit climb of Saribung Peak, we will follow the trail that leads towards the crossing of Saribung Pass at 6020 meters. From the top of the pass, we will descend vigorously towards a small stream on the trail. We will follow the path along the stream until we arrive at Nagoru for the overnight camping.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  •  4-5 Hours Trek  
  • 4400 Meters

From Nagoru, our trail passes through several small villages inhabited mainly by ethnic groups of Lama, Gurung, and Ghale. During the trek, we will have great views of the surrounding high peaks and the valleys. We will enter one of the most unique and lost/hidden valleys. In the valley, we will have the opportunity to explore local settlements' cultural and natural diversity as we approach Phu village. It is believed that the stone village of Phu is as old as 800 years. Walking over the small streets of Phu village in the evening will give you the feeling of returning in time. There is an ancient and famous monastery at Phu, Tashi Lakhang Monastery, which is believed to be one of the last monasteries built by Karmapa Rinpoche.

  •  Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  •  6-7 Hours Trek 
  • 4080 Meters

Leaving Phu village, our trail crosses a suspension bridge and goes along a series of deserted buildings and chorten. We continue to follow the path that descends towards Kyang. From there, our trail descends and crosses an eroded moraine section before crossing the Mruju Khola, which is the outflow of Lyapche Glacier. With good views of Annapurna II and Lamjung Himal, we will arrive at the seasonal settlement of Meta.

  •  Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 5-6 Hours
  • 3560 Meters

From Meta, we will descend towards the bottom of the valley, pass through the stone huts of Singenge and continue descending through the densely forested section. We will cross a suspension bridge over the Seti Khola tributary and make a short ascent to reach Koto village. At Koto, there is a traditional stone doorway and a police check-post where our permits are checked and make our registration post where our permits are reviewed and completed our registration.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 6-7 Hours
  • 2600 Meters

Today is the last day of our trek. Our trail from Koto climbs steeply as we head towards the village of Thanchok. From there, we will descend a little before doing another short climb to Timing, where there are few tea houses and offers excellent views of Lamjung Himal. Our trail from here descends through thick pine and fir forest, passing through the village of Bagarchhap and continuing trekking until we arrive at the Gurung village of Dharapani.

  •  Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  •  5-6 hrs Trek  
  • 1860 Meters

After breakfast, we will take a drive from Dharapani back to Kathmandu. Our drive is a scenic journey that goes over the zigzag hilly roads and through the terraced farmlands and dense forest areas with good views of Annapurna, Manaslu, and Ganesh Himal ranges. The daily activities of the local people can be seen along the road when we pass through numerous villages and towns before finally arriving back in Kathmandu.

  • Hotel/Resort
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  •  7-8 hrs Drive  
  • 1345 Meters

You would surely like to see as much of Kathmandu as possible. The world heritage sites inside Kathmandu, which weren't likely to visit on the second day of the trip, can be seen on this day. An early start is practical to visit the temples of Kathmandu. In the evening, walking around the busy shopping streets of Thamel is worth spending some quality time inside Kathmandu. We will have a final meal together in the evening.

  •  Hotel/Resort
  • B/B and Farewell Dinner
  • Free day
  • 1345 Meters

One of our representatives will drop you at the International Airport per your flight schedule.

  • Brekfast
  • 30 Minutes to Airport from Thamel

Our team guides, porters and accompanying staff are locals with a broad knowledge about each and every location that we travel through.

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Cost Details

Includes

  • 4 Nights stay in Kathmandu with BB Plan
  • All ground transportation by private vehicle including airport arrival and departure transfer
  • All required climbing and trekking permits for Saribung Peak climbing and Trek around Annapurna and Mustang region
  • Full day sightseeing tour including experienced city guide, all entrance fees and private vehicle
  • Tea House + Camping combined accommodation during the trek – as per itinerary
  • All meals during trek & climb– Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Experienced trekking & climbing guide
  • Required number of porters
  • All necessary climbing gears
  • Kitchen equipment and camping equipment during the climbing period
  • General first aid kits
  • Insurance, clothing and salary for staffs
  • All government taxes and necessary paperwork
  • Welcome and farewell dinner in Kathmandu

Excludes

  • Personal climbing gears
  • Your Insurance
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Cost of personal nature expenses
  • Tips for staff

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Essential Info

This is a checklist to assist you in figuring out what gear you'll need for hiking and peak climbing. Personal things and equipment are usually a matter of preference, but the essential aspect is that one should be prepared to confront the weather in the Himalayas.

 

  • Guides and porters: Our porters, or yaks, will carry heavy objects during the walk. Personal possessions such as money, water bottles, rain gear, cameras, sun cream, and toilet paper, which you require daily or regularly, must be carried in the backpack by yourself. We will provide a free, water-resistant duffel bag for you on the hike, which porters will take. Your non-tracking things can be left at the hotel or our office and picked up after the walk. This setup assures that even if one of the group members becomes unwell, the trip will go as scheduled. We can organize the trek for any group size, but we usually limit it to a maximum of 12 because we've found that this is the best size for a successful trip. However, if you want to schedule this excursion for a large group, that is also possible.

 

  • Accommodation: While in Kathmandu, you will stay in premium hotels, and on the trip, you will remain in native lodges or guesthouses. Tented camps serve as your lodging at base camp. All of the places are on a twin-share basis.  You will be offered full-board meals during the hike and at the camping site. You'll be staying in the most significant local tea houses in the highlands, where you'll be served genuine Nepalese and western cuisine. In addition, at tented camps above 4,000 meters, you may enjoy freshly cooked and healthful meals served by a climbing cook. Trekking at a high altitude takes much effort. We urge that you bring your nutritious snacks with you on the hike.

 

  • Getting Help in an Emergency: Returning to a lower altitude is suggested as a first precaution in the event of severe hypoxia. If the situation persists, you will be removed by helicopter and jeep if required.

 

  • Experience and Fitness:- We propose physical activities such as jogging, swimming, and some minor climbs to lower peaks, including crampon-assisted advancements for your safety and success. Prepare for great exposure, steep drop-offs, and the ability to carry roughly 30 pounds/15 kilograms). To prepare for your hike and ascent to Island Peak, gain some technical rock and mountaineering climbing expertise if feasible. Other climbing gear, such as jumar ascenders, crampons, and ropes, should be familiarised.

 

  • Insurance:- Competent travel insurance or emergency evacuation insurance that covers evacuation from high elevations is required. You should get cancellation insurance in case of an accident or if your vacation is canceled due to unforeseen circumstances. When traveling abroad, travel insurance is required. It should include enough medical coverage and coverage for natural catastrophes and avalanches. As a result, it is an essential part of starting a journey. Nepal’s hiking trails would be meaningless if they were not isolated and bleak. Indeed, most of Nepal's hiking trails are relatively unspoiled and separated from the population. Travelers occasionally have significant medical problems that necessitate helicopter evacuation. You might be in danger if you don't have travel insurance for Nepal. Not only that, but it may wind up harming your health as well as your bank account. As a result, you'll need specialized travel insurance, including medical coverage, trip cancellation, and helicopter evacuation.

 

  • chances of getting altitude sickness and how to prevent it:- Moving to higher elevations when trekking in the Saribung will produce altitude sickness. You'll be more prone to getting AMS, which can progress to HACE (High Altitude Cerebral Edema) and HAPE (High Altitude Pulmonary Edema) (High Altitude Pulmonary Edema). Altitude sickness is common when individuals are traveling and rapidly ascending or moving to a higher elevation. The higher you climb, the lower the air pressure and the oxygen levels are. Our bodies can handle the shift, but it will take time for them to adjust. We'll take two acclimatization breaks every thousand meters to avoid AMS. To prevent altitude sickness, we will hike at a higher altitude but sleep at a lower one.

 

  • Travel clothing:- Trekking on the Saribung brings you to high heights. As a result, it is preferable to be prepared to face the cold, especially during the colder seasons. It's important to remember that trekking in the late fall or early spring is still chilly, even though the lower villages are warm during the day. No laundry facilities will be available along the walk, so bring enough clothing to last at least two weeks.

A list of all the Clothes and Equipment

HEADWEAR

  • Wear a brimmed hat or a sun cap on your head.
  • Headscarf
  • Hat with warm knit
  • Buff/Neck Gaiter, or Balaclava
  • Headlamps
  • Google or sunglasses

 

INNER BODYWEAR

  • Underwear
  • The Foundation Layer: fleece woolen shirt or fleece woolen pants
  • The middle layer: shirts, thermal shirts, fleece pants, fabric shirts, thermal trousers
  • OUTER LAYER: Jacket with hood or water-proof jacket
  • HANDWEAR AND FOOTWEAR r: hiking gloves, hiking shoes, hiking boots, etc
  • TRAVEL EQUIPMENT: duffel bags, sleeping bags, poles for trekking,
  • MEDICATIONS: first aid medicines and daily use medications

 

The best time for Saribung peak climbing

Climbing Saribung Peak is best done in the spring (March to May) and fall (September to November) (mid-September to November). The weather is pleasant throughout these seasons, making hiking and climbing ideal activities. Less snow and excellent mountain vistas make for an enjoyable climbing experience. The rainy and winter months are considered off-season, and climbing is not suggested during these periods.

SPRING (March, April, May)

The most significant time to come is in the spring when the weather is warm and the scenery is breathtaking. The season of spring is when the earth becomes more vibrant. Under the clear bluish sky, we can observe gorgeous flowers growing all over. From afar, the Himalayas with light snow are striking. We won't get tired on the excursion because we'll be seeing such a beautiful snow-capped peak. It's unusual to walk under a bluish sky. With typical temperatures, the days are pleasant. A magical vision is created by clear blue skies and soaring birds in the sky. This is the season with the most vibrant colors. As a result, we can be confident that the temperature will shift in the spring.

Autumn (September, October, November)

Autumn is also a lovely time of year. Autumn lasts from September through November. During the fall days, the weather remains consistent. Because of the light breeze, the days will be chilly and cold. This is yet another lovely time of year. It has the most beautiful scenery to see. The Himalayas are beautiful and snow-covered. Autumn is attractive because of the gorgeous skies and fresh air.

The greenery of the Saribung region provides stunning vistas of falling leaves everywhere, giving the beauty of nature a shifting mood. We can travel without having to be concerned about climate change. The current uncertainties in the changing seasons are due to global warming difficulties, but taking Helitours in the fall is a fantastic decision. This time of year draws a large number of tourists from all around the world. It's just as packed as springtime. There are no other interventions on the walk, so it's just as excellent to go in the fall as it is in the spring.

Monsoon season (June, July, August)

The monsoon season is not a good time to go. Due to the inclement weather, peak climbing is not possible. There will be clouds, which means there is a good chance of rain at any time. Traveling in such inclement weather is dangerous. As we ascend to greater heights, the temperature will drop. Because of the weather, we will have to carry more and endure additional hardship. At this time of year, the monsoon season is in full swing, as the warm, moist water from the Indian Ocean causes torrential downpours. The trails are usually deserted, with only the most dedicated extreme-altitude enthusiasts braving the storm.

Winter season (December, January, February)

Winter is a chilly and snowy season. A temperature drop resulted in snowfall on the Saribung summit. Because there are fewer people in the winter, it may be acceptable for those visitors who like to visit sites that are less congested in the winter. They are free to explore nature in their way. Winter is the most fantastic time to see the mountains blanketed with snow. However, the obstacles are challenging.

We will be subjected to inclement weather, including bitter cold, wind, and snowfall. Our bodies can't keep up with the heat because winter is an off-season for trips. We may take advantage of the savings. Although there are some positive reasons for traveling in the winter, the truth is that the more problems and difficulties we face, the more; as a result, traveling in the winter are not advised. Trekking in the cold is less enjoyable and more complex. Fog will cover the air blurring the view of the climbers increasing the risk of falling while and doing the peak climbing. Winter, on the other hand, is the finest season to see snow-capped mountains.

The difficulty of Saribung peak climbing: Saribung Peak is a mountain in the Saribung National Park. This climbing is challenging because you will climb to a staggering 6,328 meters. Because there are rugged high passes to cross when trekking over 5,000 meters, your high-altitude trekking and alpine climbing skills are advantageous. You'll need good health and determination if you want to climb to the summit of Saribung Peak. The well-planned Saribung peak climbing schedule includes two practical and beneficial acclimatization days and pre-climb training.

Cost of Saribung peak climbing 

Many factors influence the expense of climbing Pisang Peak. The price of climbing Pisang Peak, on the other hand, is determined by the climbing package you select as well as the business with whom you want to embark on this adventure.

The price of the bundle is determined by the package you choose. There are several alternatives available to you.

If you embark on a group trek, you will save money because your expenses will be split with your fellow trekkers. If you go as a group, the cost of lodging and transportation will be lower.

FAQs

  • Q1. How can I tell the difference between a mountain and a peak?

    A peak is defined as a mountain that is less than 7000 meters in elevation. The Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) is solely responsible for determining which peaks are suitable for trekking. All trekking companies must follow the NMA's standards and regulations.

  • This can be a tough start for newcomers since it is peak climbing, but for experienced and average trekkers, it is a moderate journey. You will have to gain experience and some skills to go for this trekking.


     

  • It is possible, but we recommend you go on a group trip because it will cost you less and, simultaneously, you will be motivated at the same time. Such climbing adventures will be fruitful and fun if you join the group.

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