Cho Oyu ( 8201m ) Expedition

Among the World’s 14 Highest Mountain Peaks (above 8,000 meters) Nepal Cover 8 Peak. Among them Cho-Oyu is sixth highest mountain in the world. It is about 8,201m (26906 ft) above sea level. Cho Oyu means “Turquoise Goddess” in Tibetan. The mountain stands on the border of Nepal and Tibet. Cho Oyu is considered the easiest 8,000 metre peak to climb. Cho Oyu was first attempted in 1952. Eric Shipton and included Edmund Hillary & Tom Bourdillon attempted for the first time. But the mountain was first climbed on October 19, 1954, by Herbert Tichy, Joseph Jöchler and Sherpa Pasang Dawa Lama of an Austrian expedition via the north-west ridge.

Dates: 8.04.2018 & 4.09.2018

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Supplier of services: ClimberCA Inernational ConsortiumAbout Us
Quick reference phone: +99898 3039846 – telegram; +99897 7009846 – whatsapp/viber
e-mail – your.climberca@ya.ru
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Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival
After arrival at Tribhuwan international airport Kathmandu, The representative of ClimberCA will help you to take you and check at the hotel and will brief you about your daily activities. Night at desire hotel in Katmandu

Day 02: Kathmandu

In this day we will wait for visa from Chinese Embassy. Overnight at Kathmandu

Day 03: Kathmandu

In this day we will wait for visa from Chinese Embassy. Overnight at Kathmandu

Day 04: Drive to kodari

We have to travel over land to the border side town Kodari

Day 05: Cross border to Zhangmu

This day we will cross border to Zhangmu and travel to Nylam

Day 06: Acclimatization

This day is for Acclimatization day in Nylam.

Day 07: Drive to Tingri (14,400 ft.)

We will drive to Tingri.

Day 08: Day 10: Acclimatization Tingri (14,400 feet)

This day is for Acclimatization day in Tingri.

Day 09: Drive to Base Camp (15,500’)

We will drive to base camp

Day 10: Short acclimatization hikes

We will have to do short acclimatization hikes and gear organization and rest.

Day 11: Advance to Base Camp.

Our loads are transported to the base camp

Day 12: Travel to  Camp (17,000’)

Travel to the camp and accompanied by the yak.

Day 13: Move to Advanced Base Camp (18,500’).

We have to move towards advance base camp

Day 14: Organize and set up camp.

We have to organize and set up camp.

Day 15: Rest and short hikes.

This day we have to rest and have a short hike

Day 16: Carry to Camp I (21,000’) and return to base camp.

In this we move to camp 1 and finally return to the Base camp.

Day 17: Rest days.

In this day we take rest

Day 18: Rest days.

In this day we take rest

Day 19: Move at Camp I.

In this day we move to camp 1 and finally sleep there

Day 20: Hike to Ice Cliff

In the very day we will hike to ice cliff and return to base camp

Day 21: Climb to Camp I

In this day we will climb to camp 1 and spend night there.

Day 22: Acclimatization.

We have to spend night in camp 1 for the acclimatization.

Day 23: Move to Camp II

In this day we move to camp 2 and spend overnight there.

Day 24: Return to advance base camp.

Then we have to again return back to Base camp.

Day 25: Rest Day.

We will take rest and prepare for our goal.

Day 26: Rest day

We will take rest and prepare for our goal.

Day 27: Move to Camp I.

We have to move to camp 1 from base camp

Day 28: Move to Camp II.

We have to move to camp 2 from camp 1

Day 29: Move to Camp III.

We have to move to camp 3 from camp 2

Day 30: Summit Attempt.

Finally we will be in the top of the summit and look for beautiful views of mountains

Days 31 – 36: Extra days

This day is considering as a extra day.

Day 37: Return to base camp

We have to return back to the base camp.

Day 38: Organize loads for trek out.

We have to organize load for trek out

Day 39: drive to Tingri

After that we will drive to Tingri

Day 40: Tingri to Zhangmu

After that we will drive from Tingri to Zhangmu

Day 41: Zhangmu to Kathmandu

Drive from Zhangmu to kathmandu

Day 42: Extra Day for expedition

We take an extra day for expedition

Day 43: Departure
After breakfast we will transfer you to Tribhuvan International airport (TIA) three hour before your flight you have to reach there

Price

Notes:
• Cost depends on Group size and Hotel Category in Hotels in Kathmandu.
• The itinerary is changeable and modifiable as per needs and time frame of climbers.
• Cost will be re calculated if the itinerary is changed or modified.
• Additional activities may be added as climbers request with appropriate additional cost.
• The cost may also be affected due to the requirement of number of guides and porters.
• The cost is net payable to CliimberCA. Travel Agent may add their service charge/Commission
on top of this cost.
• For any kind of change please contact us by mail your.climberca@ya.ru or call +99897 7009846 – viber/whatsapp

Full Board Service Cost Includes:
• All arrival and departure transfer services to and from Airport both Domestic and
International with other necessary surface transport as per itinerary.
• Assistance at the International airport by CLimberCA’s representative while arriving and
departing.
• Chinese Government Royalty.
• Six nights Hotel accommodations in Kathmandu on B/B basis.
• All camping equipment in Base camp and Advance Base Camp.
• Full Board hotel en route in Tibet: Zhangmu, Naylam, Tingri (B/L/D).
• Food during expedition period for expedition Members and Staff.
• Tibet Visa and Travel Permit for expedition crew.
• Expedition Permit to climb Cho Oyu along Northwest ridge route.
• All staff during Expedition period with experienced Guide (Base Camp Manager).
• Surface transportation will be available as per Itinerary.
• Cargo clearance & Duties Assistance Service free.
• Daily wages, equipment allowance & Insurance for expedition Staff.
• Gamow Bag will be available for expedition group.
• Solar panel for light and batteries charger will be available for expedition members.
• Each expedition member will have an individual tent available in the ABC.
• 2 Oxygen Bottles with mask and regulators (if requested by client).
• We provide Sherpa’s tents, food for climbing, and insurance.
• Ice falls charges
• All tent for camp 1, 2, 3 ·
• High altitude food for Sherpa and member.
• All Necessary camping equipments like camp furniture, kitchenware, dining tents, guest
tents, etc.
• Per person 50kg baggage allowance during trekking-up carrying by porter or yak and 40kg
baggage allowance while returning from Base Camp after climbing the Mountain.
• Required Experienced, Trained and Government Licensed Climbing Guide(s) during
Climbing Period per person.
• All wages, equipments, medical and accidental Insurances for all involved staffs.
• First Aid medical kits for the Group and the staffs.
• Satellite phone carrying by Guide for communication and available for members with the
cost of US$ 4 per minute call.
• Appropriate food for high altitude and all climbing crew at base camp and above as
required.
• Emergency Oxygen and mask regulator.
• All necessary paper works, office Service charge and Government Taxes levied in Nepal.
• Complete pre-departure information, flight ticket reconfirmation and visa extension
procedure services (if necessary).
• Farewell Dinner in a typical Nepali restaurant with domestic culture show in Kathmandu
before departure.
• Special Gifts (T-shirt/Pashmina etc.).
• Our service Charges.

Full Board Service Cost Excludes:
• Lunch and Dinner during your stay in Kathmandu (except farewell dinner).
• Any packed food/snacks, aerated drinks, energy drinks, mineral water, alcohol, cigarettes,
chocolates, nutria-bars.
• Items of personal nature, Laundry Expenses, Tips.
• Expenses incurred towards usage of landlines, mobiles, walkie-talkies or satellite phones
And Internet expenses.
• Clothing, Packing Items or Bags, Personal Medical Kit, Personal Trekking Gears.
• Any extra services or products or offers or activities which are not mentioned in the
itinerary.
• Any extra expenses arising out of various/unforeseen situations like natural calamities,
landslides, political disturbances, strikes, changes in Government regulations.
• Any additional staff other than specified.
• Rescue, Repatriation, Medicines, Medical Tests and Hospitalization expenses.
• Medical Insurance and emergency rescue evacuation if required.
• Travel Insurance and helicopter rescue.
• Airfare of international flights.
• Nepal entry visa fee (Visa issuance is easy at the arrival) and re entry visa fee.
• Ice fall Garbage Deposit fees (Sharing with other member) if applicable.
• Wake talkies & Filming permit.
• Personal climbing gears.
• Nepal custom duty for import of expedition goods.
• Emergency/Rescue Jeep.
• Tips, gifts, souvenirs.
• Any other item not included in “THE PACKAGE COST INCLUDES” Section.

Base Camp Service (Alpine Climbers) Cost Includes:

• All arrival and departure transfer services to and from Airport both Domestic andInternational with other necessary surface transport as per itinerary.
• Assistance at the International airport by ClimberCA’s representative while arriving anddeparting.
• Chinese Government Royalty.
• Six nights Hotel accommodations in Kathmandu on B/B basis.
• All camping equipment in Base camp and Advance Base Camp.
• Full Board hotel en route in Tibet: Zhangmu, Naylam, Tingri (B/L/D).
• Food during expedition period for expedition Members and Staff in Chinese Base camp Andadvance Base camp.
• Tibet Visa and Travel Permit for expedition crew.
• Expedition Permit to climb Cho Oyu along Northwest ridge route.
• All staff during Expedition period with experienced Guide (Base Camp Manager).
• 1 Russian speaking guide up to the base camp in a group
• Surface transportation will be available as per itinerary.
• Cargo clearance & Duties Assistance Service free.
• Daily wages, equipment allowance & Insurance for expedition Staff.
• Gamow Bag will be available for expedition group.
• Solar panel for light and batteries charger will be available for expedition members.
• Each expedition member will have an individual tent available in the ABC.
• All Necessary camping equipments like camp furniture, kitchenware, dining tents, guesttents, etc.
• All wages, equipments, medical and accidental Insurances for all involved staffs.
• First Aid medical kits for the Group and the staffs.
• Satellite phone carrying by Guide for communication and available for members with the cost of US$ 4 per minute call.
• Appropriate food for climbing crew at base camp and Chinese Base Camp.
• All necessary paper works, office Service charge and Government Taxes levied in Nepal.
• Complete pre-departure information, flight ticket reconfirmation and visa extensionprocedure services (if necessary).
• Farewell Dinner in a typical Nepali restaurant with domestic culture show in Kathmandu before departure.
• Special Gifts (T-shirt/Pashmina etc.).
• Our service Charges.

Base Camp Service (Alpine Climber) Cost Excludes:

• Lunch and Dinner during your stay in Kathmandu (except farewell dinner).
• Any packed food/snacks, aerated drinks, energy drinks, mineral water, alcohol, cigarettes,chocolates, nutria-bars.
• Items of personal nature, Laundry Expenses, Tips.
• Expenses incurred towards usage of landlines, mobiles, walkie-talkies or satellite phonesAnd Internet expenses.
• Clothing, Packing Items or Bags, Personal Medical Kit, Personal Trekking Gears.
• Any extra services or products or offers or activities which are not mentioned in theitinerary.
• Any extra expenses arising out of various/unforeseen situations like natural calamities,landslides, political disturbances, strikes, changes in Government regulations.
• Any additional staff other than specified.
• Rescue, Repatriation, Medicines, Medical Tests and Hospitalization expenses.
• Medical Insurance and emergency rescue evacuation if required.
• Airfare of international flights.
• Nepal entry visa fee (Visa issuance is easy at the arrival) and re entry visa fee.
• Ice fall Garbage Deposit fees (Sharing with other member) if applicable.
• Wake talkies & Filming permit.
• Ice falls charges
• All tent for camp 1, 2, 3.
• Personal climbing gears.
• Climbing Guide(s).
• Emergency Oxygen and mask regulator.
• ClimberCA’s service will be “Zero” above Advance Base Camp.
• High altitude food for Sherpa and member.
• Nepal custom duty for import of expedition goods.
• Emergency/Rescue Jeep.
• Tips, gifts, souvenirs.
• Any other item not included in “THE PACKAGE COST INCLUDES” Section.

Cost offer for Group Joining Basis: Per Person (Per Climber Net.) as per
above packages:

Full board: US$ 18999 Alpine style: US$ 12500

Cho-Oyu Spring International Group Joining Expedition



Catch the Opportunity of Cho-Oyu Spring International Group Joining Expedition
from 8th April till 13rd May 2017!!!! We invite you to participate in the
Cho-You Expedition as the International Group Joining project from 8th April
till 13th May 2017 in Spring.
Hence, we are pleased to publish the "booking open"
notice to all interested climbers as well as those travel partners who may have
some individual climbers to join with.


Supplier of services:
ClimberCA Inernational Consortium. About Us.
Quick reference phone:
+99898 3039846 – telegram
e-mail – your.climberca@ya.ru
Note: ClimberCA offers to you the best service & the firm prices of all kind of services we offer on our web-pages. Some services, which we offer to you, are truly unexampled.

It is always costly to operate the expeditions for single or a small size group
and due to lack of strong team there might be very less possibility for
approaching to the summit. Hence to create a strong team and to maximise the
summit success to our climbers we had created this golden opportunity for all of
you. Let’s join hands, share expenses and operate the expedition in reliable and
customised way. We assure you that we organise the Expedition that every one can
feel as they are the one who own the team themself.

Cho-Oyu Expedition 2017 (8201m)

(35 Nights 36 Days)

Day to day Itinerary Details:
08 April: Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu Airport & transfer to hotel (1350m).
09-10 April: Day 02-03: Rest and preparation day for assignment, briefing and Visa arrangement.
11 April: Day 04: Drive to Kyarung (Overnight Nepal side Border), Lodge.
12 April: Day 05: Cross Kyarung Boarder and Overnight Hotel (BB).
13 April: Day 06: Drive from Kyarung to Tingri (4300m) eight hours, over night in hotel (BB).
14 April: Day 07: Rest Day at Tingri for acclimatization.
15 April: Day 08: After breakfast drive from Tingri to Chinese Base Camp (5200m) four hours; Camp.
16-18 April: Day 09-11: Rest and acclimatization in Chinese Base Camp (5200m). To prepare and arrange yaks to go to Advance Base Camp.
19 April: Day 12: Trek from Chinese Base Camp to Middle Camp (5700m) about five hours; overnight in Camp.
20 April: Day 13: Trek to Advance Base Camp of Cho-Oyu (6200m), prepare camp overnight camping.
21 April- 07 May: Day 14-30: Climbing Period (summit Period of Mt. Everest 8848m).
08 May: Day 31: Clean Base Camp and return trek back to Chinese Base Camp (5200m).
09 May: Day 32: Clean Chinese Base Camp then drive to Tingri (4200m) four hours; overnight Hotel.
10 May: Day 33: Drive from Tingri to Kyarung; over night in hotel.
11 May: Day 34: Early morning drive from Kyarung Border, immigration formalities, collect Nepal visa and then drive to Kathmandu; transfer to hotel.
12 May: Day 35: Rest and leisure day and shopping in Kathmandu.
13 May: Day 36: Final departure or alternative Join other activities.

Expedition Cost:

Please contact us at your.climberca@ya.ru
or call us at +99898 3039846 For the costing.

Notes:
The itinerary is changeable and modifiable as per needs and time frame of trekkers.
Cost will be re calculated if the itinerary is changed or modified.

Additional activities may be added as climbers request with appropriate additional cost.
The cost may also be affected due to the requirement of number of guides and porters.

For any kind of change please contact us by mail or call.

Full Board Service

Full Board Service Cost Include:
All arrival and departure transfers.
5 Nights Tourist Standard Hotel accommodations in Kathmandu on BB Plan as per itinerary.
1:1 Experienced private climbing Sherpa guide during trek and climb (Makalu Summiteers).
Kathmandu-Kerung-Kathmandu private transport with group member and staffs.
All camping equipments like camp furniture (table, chairs), kitchenware, kitchen, dining, guest, shower and toilet tents in Advance Base Camp.
Three meals a day (BLD-tea-coffee) and twin sharing teahouse accommodation during trek and freshly cooked 3 meals, tea or coffee by professional cook in Base Camp.
Baggage allowance for trekking up and down is maximum 50kg per person.
Chinese Royalty and climbing permit for climbing Mt. Cho-Oyu
Chinese Government appointed Liaison Officer during climbing period fully paid sharing in permit.
Wages, equipments, medical and accidental Insurances for Sherpa guide and other staffs.
Required base camp and high altitude food for climbing member and all involved staffs.
Required fixed and dynamic rope during climbing period.
Emergency oxygen mask and regulator upon requirement of guest with reliable charge.
Each expedition member will have an individual tent in the ABC.
Satellite phone carrying by Guide for communication and available for members with the cost of US$ 4 per minute call.
Solar panel for light and battery charger in Base Camp.
All tents for camp 1, 2, 3 and 4 sharing with Sherpa and Ice fall charges if required.
First Aid medical kits for the Group and the staffs.
Free assistance service for cargo and duty clearance.
Our service charge and Government Taxes levied in Nepal.
Complete pre-departure information, flight ticket date change or reconfirmation and visa extension procedure assistance (where necessary).

Full Board Service Cost Exclude:
Lunch and Dinner during your stay in Kathmandu (except for the farewell dinner).
Items of personal nature expenses like; laundry, internet, phone calls etc.
Expenses incurred towards usage of satellite phone (Available at BC)
Clothing, packing items or bags, personal medical kit, camera/video fees or trekking gears.
Any extra expenses arising out of various/unforeseen situations like natural calamities, landslides, political disturbances, strikes, changes in Government regulations, etc.
Any additional staff other than specified.
Repatriation, medicines, medical tests and hospitalization expenses.
Medical and travel Insurance with helicopter search and rescue.
Permits for walkie-talkies & filming if special camera.
Personal climbing gears.
Nepal custom duty for import of expedition goods.
Tips, gifts, souvenirs.
Any other item not mentioned in “THE PACKAGE COST INCLUDES” section

Base Camp Service

Base Camp Service Cost Include:
All arrival and departure transfers to and from Airport.
5 Nights Hotel accommodations in Kathmandu on BB Plan as per itinerary.
Kathmandu-Kerung-Kathmandu private transport with group and member.
All camping equipments like camp furniture (table, chairs), kitchenware, kitchen, dining, guest and toilet tents in Advance Base Camp.
Three meals a day (BLD-tea-coffee) and twin sharing teahouse accommodation during trek, freshly cooked 3 meals, tea or coffee by professional cook in Base Camp.
Baggage allowance for trekking up and down is 40kg: 30kg ratio per person
Chinese Expedition Royalty and climbing permit for climbing Mt.Cho-Oyu.
Chinese Government appointed Liaison Officer during climbing period fully paid.
Wages, equipments, medical and accidental Insurances for staffs.
Required base camp food for climbing member and all involved staffs.
Each expedition member will have an individual tent in the ABC.
Solar panel for light and battery charger in Base Camp.
Satellite phone carrying by Guide for communication and available for members with the cost of US$ 4 per minute call.
First Aid medical kits for the Group and the staffs.
Free assistance service for cargo and duty clearance in Kerung border

Our service charge and Government Taxes levied in Nepal.
Complete pre-departure information, flight ticket date change or reconfirmation and visa extension procedure assistance (where necessary).

Base Camp Service Cost Exclude:
Lunch and Dinner during your stay in Kathmandu (except for the farewell dinner).
Climbing Sherpa Guide, high altitude food and tents above ABC (Camp: 1-2-3-4).
Ropes, any other climbing gears and services above ABC (Camp:1-2-3-4)
Any packed food/snacks, aerated drinks, energy drinks, mineral water, alcohol, cigarettes,
chocolates, nutria-bars or any other food consumed beyond the prescribed breakfast, lunch and
dinner, etc.
Items of personal nature and laundry expenses.
Expenses incurred towards usage of landlines, mobiles, walkie-talkies or satellite phone and
internet expenses.
Clothing, packing items or bags, personal medical kit, camera/video fees or trekking gears.
Any extra expenses arising out of various/unforeseen situations like natural calamities, landslides,
political disturbances, strikes, changes in Government regulations, etc.
Any additional staff other than specified.
Climbing guide, high altitude food, tents and other services above Advance Base Camp.
Rescue, repatriation, medicines, medical tests and hospitalization expenses.
Medical and travel Insurance with helicopter search and rescue.
Permits for walkie-talkies & filming if special camera.
Personal climbing gears.
Nepal custom duty for import of expedition goods.
Tips, gifts, souvenirs.
Any other item not mentioned in “THE PACKAGE COST INCLUDES” section.

(Kathmandu-Lhasa-Kathmandu Flight tickets and Lhasa Entry fees will be additionally charged as per real cost.)

“Don’t miss the Opportunity”

Travel Agents, Local operators or trekking agencies are requested to contact us for more details and their benefits

Overview: For climbers that want additional support for Cho Oyu Expedition, we offer a Personal Sherpa Option. We will assign exclusively to you one of our very best Sherpas, who has reached to the summit of Cho Oyu and Everest many times. Who has been trained through the Khumbu Sherpa climbing school, and who speaks English well. In Cho Oyu Expedition as a small, two-person team, you will be able to take advantage of the “best of both worlds” with all the “horsepower” of the main team at your disposal in case of emergency. However, we will also have the additional flexibility afforded by a climbing partner who is committed to climb exclusively on your own schedule, when you want to. Your personal Sherpa will also be available to help carry your personal gear to the higher camps, and if desired, additional oxygen for Cho Oyu Expedition.

To complete expedition of Mt. Cho Oyu, we set up the Advanced Base Camp and then three high camps in the mountain. Thereafter starts our main attempt to scale the summit (8201m). The expedition will be supported by very experienced staff and climbing guides. We supply excellent mountaineering tents also for the high camps to our climbers of Mt. Cho Oyu.

Muztagh Ata 7546 m Expedition 2017

 

Guaranteed departure date expedition “Muztagh Ata peak 2017”
03.07.2017 – 27.07.2017 & 24.07.2017 – 17.08.2017
See also: Восхождении на пик Музтаг-Ата (7546 м)
and Muztagh Ata 7545M Expedition Torugart-Torugart

Program: Bishkek – Bishkek (you may join in Kashgar)

Duration: 25 days

Location: Xinjiang, China, Asia

Price:
Bishkek – Bishkek 3200 USD/pax
Kashgar – Kashgar 2950 USD/pax

Supplier of services:
 ClimberCA
Inernational Consortium
About
Us
.  Quick reference phone: +99898 3039846 – telegram
e-mail – your.climberca@ya.ru

Note: ClimberCA offers to
you the best service & the firm prices of all kind of services we offer on our
web-pages. Some services, which we offer to you, are truly unexampled.

Route: Bishkek – Naryn – Torugart pass (Chinese border) – Kashgar – Subashi – Base camp of Muztagh Ata peak – climbing – Kashgar – Torugart pass – Naryn – Bishkek

Program: Bishkek – Bishkek

Day 1. Arrival in Bishkek. Rest in the hotel. In afternoon transfer to Naryn. Accommodation in Guest House or Yurt camp.
Day 2. Drive to the Torugart Pass, crossing Kyrgyzstan-China border; meeting your guide from China. Transfer tp Kashgar, 3 hours; hotel accommodation.
Day 3. Kashgar/Subashi (BUS 200kms 4-5 hours), we will drive along the Karakorum Highway winding for several hours through the narrow gorge of the Gez River. Then you ascend to an altitude of 3,900 meters by the shores of KARAKURI LAKE, 196 km from Kashgar. Horses, yaks and camels graze on the rich pasturage. Then we drive 10 km to Subashi.
Day 4. Trekking to Base camp In the morning we drive 10 km to Subashi and meet our camels and start the walk to base camp. With the camels carrying the team’s equipment, we trek over a level plane and then climb steadily through barren hills to the base camp, approximately a 4-hour walk. Camping.
Day 5-20. Climbing Activity.Period for climbing of Muztag-Ata, which ask for building and supplying of three high camps.
Day 21. Base Camp/Subash/Kashgar(Trekking+Bus). In the morning we will go down to Subashi, again our gear will be taken by camels. At Subashi our transport to Kashgar will be waiting and we will arrive there in early evening. Hotel accommodation.
Day 22. Kashgar. City tour at Kashgar, last day of the expedition. Our tour includes the tombs of Abakh Hoja Tomb, well-known Kashgar Bazaar, the famous Id Kah Mosque and the most unique old town with typical Uyghur styled homes. We visit the various shopping alleys full of noodle shops, bakeries, teashops, blacksmiths and carpenters.
Day 23. Kashgar/Torugart Pass (BUS) After breakfast, drive to the Torugart Pass; crossing the China-Kyrgyzstan border. Transfer to Naryn, guest house or yurt accommodation.
Day 24. Transfer Naryn – Bishkek. Hotel accommodation.
Day 25. Transport to airport, flight home.


The price includes:

1. Formalities and permit to climb the summit
2. Communication officer in the base camp
3. Accommodation and meals in the base camp during the expedition
4. Transfers: Bishkek – Naryn – Torugart – Kashgar – Subashi – and back
5. Hotel accommodation (based on TWN rooms) and yurt camps according the program
6. Meals according the program
7. Porters and camels from Subashi to the base camp and back
8. Complete kitchen equipment incl. kitchen tent , mess tent ,tables, stools, a mess kit, gas stoves and a cooking set, etc.
9. Tent in the base camp for the period of expedition
10. Visa support if necessary
11. Tour leader of the expedition from Asia Mountains company

The price does not includes:
1. Visa
2. All changes during the program (extra transfers, extra days in towns or base camp)
3. Equipment for climbing higher than the Base camp (high altitude tents, high altitude food)
4. Porters for climbing higher than the Base camp
5. Single supplement is 145 USD/ per person
6. Excursions, which are not listed
7. Extra meals and alcoholic drinks
8. Accommodation and meals for any extra days in Bishkek or Kashgar, which are not included in the program
9. Personal guide for ascending is 3300 USD
10. Personal equipment (sleeping bags, shoes, snowshoes, and etc)

***In the case that tourists have decided to finish their expedition earlier, payment for any unused days at the base camp is non-refundable. Additionally they will also have to pay for their transfer from base camp back to Bishkek, accommodation and nutrition in the cities.

*** The program will take place only in case that group is completed with 10 people, if there are not enough participants, organizers have a right to cancel the expedition or shift the other dates.

Necessary documents:
International passport valid for more than 6months after the last expedition day.

Alpine medical insurance.
Medicine:

It is an obligation to have a climbing insurance in case of any accident.

Tour leader will have a first aid kit, but you are strongly recommended to bring your own personal aid kit. One month before expedition starts, we recommend you to start taking vitamins.

Recommended equipment:

  • High-altitude tent
  • Cooking set
  • Crampons (ex.Grivel G12)
  • Back pack  (40-50 lt)
  • Harness – better Petzl or Black Diamond with wide lower straps
  • Safety system
  • Carabiner with clutch – 3-4 pieces
  • Jumar
  • Telescopic trekking sticks
  • Thermos for hot tea
  • Release device –“eight” type
  • Ice axe
  • Snowshoes or skis for ski tour
  • Helmet lamp
  • Camera
  • Video camera and accessories
  • Storage battery

List of recommended clothes:

  • Trekking shoes
  • Plastic mountaineering boots
  • Downy jacket and pants (better snow suit)
  • Gore-Tex jacket with big hood
  • Gore-Tex pants
  • Wind block jacket
  • Wind block pants
  • Polartex jacket-100 – 2
  • Thermo underwear – 2 kits
  • Personal underwear
  • Polartex gloves – 2 pairs
  • Mittens – 2 pairs
  • Warm woolen socks – 4-5 pieces
  • Balaclava
  • Warm hat
  • Face wind block mask
  • UV glasses
  • Ski glasses (preferable)
  • Gaiters

Muztagh Ata Kalaksong, Koskulak peak 6849 from the west
 Muztagh Ata Kalaksong, Koskulak peak 6849 from the west (photo by Mashenin, August 2005)

Muztagh Ata 7546m

Muztagh Ata, or Muztagata (Turkic ‘ice-mountain-father’), is the second highest (7546 meters) of the mountains which form the northern edge of the Tibetan Plateau (not the second highest of the mountains of the Tibetan Plateau). It is sometimes regarded as being part of the Kunlun Shan, although physically it is more closely connected to the Pamir. It is also reputedly one of the easiest 7,000 m peaks in the world to climb, due to its gentle western slope and the comparatively drier weather of Xinjiang.

Muztagh Ata lies just south of Kongur Tagh, the highest peak of the Kunlun Shan. Together they form a somewhat isolated group, separated from the main chain of the Kunlun, and also separate from the Pamir Mountains to the west. (Both peaks are sometimes regarded as being in the “Chinese Pamir”, and are more closely connected to the main Pamir group than the main Kunlun group.) Not far to the north and east of this group are the lowlands of the Tarim Basin and the Taklamakan Desert. The Karakoram Highway passes very close to both peaks as well as Karakul Lake, from which the mountain is conveniently viewed. The closest city is to the mountain is Tashkurgan, the westernmost town in China and very close to the border with Pakistan.

The Swedish explorer and geographer Sven Hedin made the first recorded attempt to climb Muztagh Ata, in 1894. Additional attempts were made in 1900, 1904 and 1947, the last by the team of Eric Shipton and Bill Tilman who came very close to the summit but were turned back due to cold and deep snow.

The first ascent of the peak was in 1956 by a large party of Chinese and Russian climbers, via the west ridge, which is now the standard route.

Since the first ascent, many ascents of Muztagh Ata have been made. In 1980, a party led by Ned Gillette made a ski ascent/descent of the standard route, the first ski ascent of a mountain over 7,500 m (24,600 ft). An ascent of the much harder south-east ridge was made in 2000, and a secondary route at the west side of the mountain was first climbed in the summer of 2005.

The youngest person to climb Mustagh Ata is Marius Bergsmark Bjertness. He is from Norway and was at the summit 19th of July 2005 at an age of 15 years, 10 months and 14 days (born 6th of September 1989).

Sources:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muztagh_Ata
http://www.turclubmai.ru/heading/papers/1147/
http://www.turclubmai.ru/heading/papers/1147/0_f06_1.jpg

Muztagh Ata 7546 m Expedition 2016

 

Guaranteed departure date expedition “Muztagh Ata peak 2016”
03.07.2016 – 27.07.2016; 10.07.2016 – 03.08.2016; 31.07.2016 – 24.08.2016

Program: Bishkek – Bishkek (you may join in Kashgar)

Duration: 25 days

Location: Xinjiang, China, Asia

Price:
Bishkek – Bishkek 3200 USD/pax
Kashgar – Kashgar 2950 USD/pax

Route: Bishkek – Naryn – Torugart pass (Chinese border) – Kashgar – Subashi – Base camp of Muztagh Ata peak – climbing – Kashgar – Torugart pass – Naryn – Bishkek

Program: Bishkek – Bishkek

Day 1. Arrival in Bishkek. Rest in the hotel. In afternoon transfer to Naryn. Accommodation in Guest House or Yurt camp.
Day 2. Drive to the Torugart Pass, crossing Kyrgyzstan-China border; meeting your guide from China. Transfer tp Kashgar, 3 hours; hotel accommodation.
Day 3. Kashgar/Subashi (BUS 200kms 4-5 hours), we will drive along the Karakorum Highway winding for several hours through the narrow gorge of the Gez River. Then you ascend to an altitude of 3,900 meters by the shores of KARAKURI LAKE, 196 km from Kashgar. Horses, yaks and camels graze on the rich pasturage. Then we drive 10 km to Subashi.
Day 4. Trekking to Base camp In the morning we drive 10 km to Subashi and meet our camels and start the walk to base camp. With the camels carrying the team’s equipment, we trek over a level plane and then climb steadily through barren hills to the base camp, approximately a 4-hour walk. Camping.
Day 5-20. Climbing Activity.Period for climbing of Muztag-Ata, which ask for building and supplying of three high camps.
Day 21. Base Camp/Subash/Kashgar(Trekking+Bus). In the morning we will go down to Subashi, again our gear will be taken by camels. At Subashi our transport to Kashgar will be waiting and we will arrive there in early evening. Hotel accommodation.
Day 22. Kashgar. City tour at Kashgar, last day of the expedition. Our tour includes the tombs of Abakh Hoja Tomb, well-known Kashgar Bazaar, the famous Id Kah Mosque and the most unique old town with typical Uyghur styled homes. We visit the various shopping alleys full of noodle shops, bakeries, teashops, blacksmiths and carpenters.
Day 23. Kashgar/Torugart Pass (BUS) After breakfast, drive to the Torugart Pass; crossing the China-Kyrgyzstan border. Transfer to Naryn, guest house or yurt accommodation.
Day 24. Transfer Naryn – Bishkek. Hotel accommodation.
Day 25. Transport to airport, flight home.


The price includes:

1. Formalities and permit to climb the summit
2. Communication officer in the base camp
3. Accommodation and meals in the base camp during the expedition
4. Transfers: Bishkek – Naryn – Torugart – Kashgar – Subashi – and back
5. Hotel accommodation (based on TWN rooms) and yurt camps according the program
6. Meals according the program
7. Porters and camels from Subashi to the base camp and back
8. Complete kitchen equipment incl. kitchen tent , mess tent ,tables, stools, a mess kit, gas stoves and a cooking set, etc.
9. Tent in the base camp for the period of expedition
10. Visa support if necessary
11. Tour leader of the expedition from Asia Mountains company

The price does not includes:
1. Visa
2. All changes during the program (extra transfers, extra days in towns or base camp)
3. Equipment for climbing higher than the Base camp (high altitude tents, high altitude food)
4. Porters for climbing higher than the Base camp
5. Single supplement is 145 USD/ per person
6. Excursions, which are not listed
7. Extra meals and alcoholic drinks
8. Accommodation and meals for any extra days in Bishkek or Kashgar, which are not included in the program
9. Personal guide for ascending is 3300 USD
10. Personal equipment (sleeping bags, shoes, snowshoes, and etc)

***In the case that tourists have decided to finish their expedition earlier, payment for any unused days at the base camp is non-refundable. Additionally they will also have to pay for their transfer from base camp back to Bishkek, accommodation and nutrition in the cities.

*** The program will take place only in case that group is completed with 10 people, if there are not enough participants, organizers have a right to cancel the expedition or shift the other dates.

Necessary documents:
International passport valid for more than 6months after the last expedition day.

Alpine medical insurance.

Medicine:

It is an obligation to have a climbing insurance in case of any accident.

Tour leader will have a first aid kit, but you are strongly recommended to bring your own personal aid kit. One month before expedition starts, we recommend you to start taking vitamins.

Recommended equipment:

  • High-altitude tent
  • Cooking set
  • Crampons (ex.Grivel G12)
  • Back pack  (40-50 lt)
  • Harness – better Petzl or Black Diamond with wide lower straps
  • Safety system
  • Carabiner with clutch – 3-4 pieces
  • Jumar
  • Telescopic trekking sticks
  • Thermos for hot tea
  • Release device –“eight” type
  • Ice axe
  • Snowshoes or skis for ski tour
  • Helmet lamp
  • Camera
  • Video camera and accessories
  • Storage battery

List of recommended clothes:

  • Trekking shoes
  • Plastic mountaineering boots
  • Downy jacket and pants (better snow suit)
  • Gore-Tex jacket with big hood
  • Gore-Tex pants
  • Wind block jacket
  • Wind block pants
  • Polartex jacket-100 – 2
  • Thermo underwear – 2 kits
  • Personal underwear
  • Polartex gloves – 2 pairs
  • Mittens – 2 pairs
  • Warm woolen socks – 4-5 pieces
  • Balaclava
  • Warm hat
  • Face wind block mask
  • UV glasses
  • Ski glasses (preferable)
  • Gaiters

Muztagh Ata Kalaksong, Koskulak peak 6849 from the west
 Muztagh Ata Kalaksong, Koskulak peak 6849 from the west (photo by Mashenin, August 2005)

Muztagh Ata 7546m

Muztagh Ata, or Muztagata (Turkic ‘ice-mountain-father’), is the second highest (7546 meters) of the mountains which form the northern edge of the Tibetan Plateau (not the second highest of the mountains of the Tibetan Plateau). It is sometimes regarded as being part of the Kunlun Shan, although physically it is more closely connected to the Pamir. It is also reputedly one of the easiest 7,000 m peaks in the world to climb, due to its gentle western slope and the comparatively drier weather of Xinjiang.

Muztagh Ata lies just south of Kongur Tagh, the highest peak of the Kunlun Shan. Together they form a somewhat isolated group, separated from the main chain of the Kunlun, and also separate from the Pamir Mountains to the west. (Both peaks are sometimes regarded as being in the “Chinese Pamir”, and are more closely connected to the main Pamir group than the main Kunlun group.) Not far to the north and east of this group are the lowlands of the Tarim Basin and the Taklamakan Desert. The Karakoram Highway passes very close to both peaks as well as Karakul Lake, from which the mountain is conveniently viewed. The closest city is to the mountain is Tashkurgan, the westernmost town in China and very close to the border with Pakistan.

The Swedish explorer and geographer Sven Hedin made the first recorded attempt to climb Muztagh Ata, in 1894. Additional attempts were made in 1900, 1904 and 1947, the last by the team of Eric Shipton and Bill Tilman who came very close to the summit but were turned back due to cold and deep snow.

The first ascent of the peak was in 1956 by a large party of Chinese and Russian climbers, via the west ridge, which is now the standard route.

Since the first ascent, many ascents of Muztagh Ata have been made. In 1980, a party led by Ned Gillette made a ski ascent/descent of the standard route, the first ski ascent of a mountain over 7,500 m (24,600 ft). An ascent of the much harder south-east ridge was made in 2000, and a secondary route at the west side of the mountain was first climbed in the summer of 2005.

The youngest person to climb Mustagh Ata is Marius Bergsmark Bjertness. He is from Norway and was at the summit 19th of July 2005 at an age of 15 years, 10 months and 14 days (born 6th of September 1989).

Sources:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muztagh_Ata
http://www.turclubmai.ru/heading/papers/1147/
http://www.turclubmai.ru/heading/papers/1147/0_f06_1.jpg

Guaranteed departure date expedition “Muztagh Ata peak 2014” with experienced tour leader!
30.06.2014 – 24.07.2014
21.07.2014 – 14.08.2014
28.07.2014 – 21.08.2014

Program: Bishkek – Bishkek (you may join in Kashgar)
Duration: 25 days
Location: Xinjiang, China, Asia

Price: 3150 USD per person (Bishkek-Bishkek) 2900 USD per person (Kashgar-Kashgar)

Muztagh Ata Xinjiang China

Muztagh Ata 7546m
Muztagh Ata, or Muztagata (Turkic ‘ice-mountain-father’), is the second highest (7546 meters) of the mountains which form the northern edge of the Tibetan Plateau (not the second highest of the mountains of the Tibetan Plateau). It is sometimes regarded as being part of the Kunlun Shan, although physically it is more closely connected to the Pamir. It is also reputedly one of the easiest 7,000 m peaks in the world to climb, due to its gentle western slope and the comparatively drier weather of Xinjiang.

Muztagh Ata lies just south of Kongur Tagh, the highest peak of the Kunlun Shan. Together they form a somewhat isolated group, separated from the main chain of the Kunlun, and also separate from the Pamir Mountains to the west. (Both peaks are sometimes regarded as being in the “Chinese Pamir”, and are more closely connected to the main Pamir group than the main Kunlun group.) Not far to the north and east of this group are the lowlands of the Tarim Basin and the Taklamakan Desert. The Karakoram Highway passes very close to both peaks as well as Karakul Lake, from which the mountain is conveniently viewed. The closest city is to the mountain is Tashkurgan, the westernmost town in China and very close to the border with Pakistan.

The Swedish explorer and geographer Sven Hedin made the first recorded attempt to climb Muztagh Ata, in 1894. Additional attempts were made in 1900, 1904 and 1947, the last by the team of Eric Shipton and Bill Tilman who came very close to the summit but were turned back due to cold and deep snow.

The first ascent of the peak was in 1956 by a large party of Chinese and Russian climbers, via the west ridge, which is now the standard route.

Since the first ascent, many ascents of Muztagh Ata have been made. In 1980, a party led by Ned Gillette made a ski ascent/descent of the standard route, the first ski ascent of a mountain over 7,500 m (24,600 ft). An ascent of the much harder south-east ridge was made in 2000, and a secondary route at the west side of the mountain was first climbed in the summer of 2005.

The youngest person to climb Mustagh Ata is Marius Bergsmark Bjertness. He is from Norway and was at the summit 19th of July 2005 at an age of 15 years, 10 months and 14 days (born 6th of September 1989).

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Muztagh-Ata

Muztagh Ata lies just south of Kongur Tagh, the highest peak of the Kunlun Shan. Together they form a somewhat isolated group, separated from the main chain of the Kunlun, and also separate from the Pamir Mountains to the west. (Both peaks are sometimes regarded as being in the “Chinese Pamir”, and are more closely connected to the main Pamir group than the main Kunlun group.) Not far to the north and east of this group are the lowlands of the Tarim Basin and the Taklamakan Desert. The Karakoram Highway passes very close to both peaks as well as Karakul Lake, from which the mountain is conveniently viewed. The closest city is to the mountain is Tashkurgan, the westernmost town in China and very close to the border with Pakistan.

http://www.climberca.com/index.php/6-muztagh-ata-7545m-expedition-2013

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