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Mt.Ombigaichen Peak Climbing

Mt. Ombigainchan Mountain lies in the Mahalangur Himalayan range in Solukhumbu region of Nepal standing at an altitude of 6340m. The Ombigaichen Peak Climbing permit was first issued in 2002.

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Trip Fact

Elevation            : 6340m. 

Range/Region    :Mahalangur /Khumbu

Royalty Group   :  A

Trip duration      : 31days

Trip Grade          :  Difficult

Mt. Ombigainchan Mountain lies in the Mahalangur Himalayan range in Solukhumbu region of Nepal standing at an altitude of 6340m. The Ombigaichen Peak Climbing permit was first issued in 2002. This is one of the rarely climbed peaks of Nepal. This peak can be climbed at anytime during the year and it requires less technical knowledge.

Anyone with less technical knowledge can climb this peak. You can enjoy beautiful views of the snow capped mountains like Mt.Everest, Mt.Lhotse, Mt.Nuptse and many more also experience different cultures and have an adventurous journey while climbing this peak.  The original journey begins from Lukla. In this peak climbing you will walk half of the trial of the world’s most popular trekking destination Everest Base Camp.  This peak climbing gives you an enthralling experience for lifetime.

 

Outline Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu. Transfer to hotel.

Day 02: Kathmandu. Preparation Day.

Day 03: Transfer to the airport, fly to Lukla (2800m) and trek to Phakding (2640m)

Day 04: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3446m). Overnight in lodge.

Day 05: Trek to Khumjung (3790m)

Day 06: Khumjung, for acclimatization, changing porters and yaks.

Day 07: Trek to Tengboche Monastery, 3860m. Overnight in lodge.

Day 08: Trek to Mt. Ama Dablam Base Camp.

Day 09: Trek to Base Camp, 5200m.

Day 10-25: Climbing Period Mt. Ombigaichan.

Day 26: Cleaning Base Camp.

Day 27: Trek to Tengboche Monastery

Day 28: Trek to Khumjung

Day 29: Trek to Phakding

Day 30: Trek to Lukla

Day 31: Fly to Kathmandu

 

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu. Transfer to hotel.

Day 02: Kathmandu. Preparation Day.

Day 03: Transfer to the airport, fly to Lukla (2800m) and trek to Phakding (2640m)

Day 04: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3446m). Overnight in lodge.

Day 05: Trek to Khumjung (3790m)

Day 06: Khumjung, for acclimatization, changing porters and yaks.

Day 07: Trek to Tengboche Monastery, 3860m. Overnight in lodge.

Day 08: Trek to Mt. Ama Dablam Base Camp.

Day 09: Trek to Base Camp, 5200m.

Day 10-25: Climbing Period Mt. Ombigaichan.

Day 26: Cleaning Base Camp.

Day 27: Trek to Tengboche Monastery

Day 28: Trek to Khumjung

Day 29: Trek to Phakding

Day 30: Trek to Lukla

Day 31: Fly to Kathmandu

Cost Include 

Airport-hotel-Airport transfer by actual adventure representatives.

3 star hotel accommodation or similar in Kathmandu with breakfast as per the programme.

Three meals in a day during the trek (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) including tea or coffee.

Guest houses/lodges or tented camp accommodation during the trip as per availability.

Sagarmatha National Park entry and trekking peak royalty fees.

All necessary staff with an experienced fluent English speaking trekking and expedition guide trained and licenced by Nepal Mountainering Association (NMA), cook and assistant expedition guide.

Experienced porters on 2:1 basis. 

Staff food, accommodation, clothing, salary & insurance of the staffs.

All necessary ground transportation.

All governmental paperwork’s and procedures.

All government and local taxes.

Satellite phones and Gamow bag.

Exclusive Medical Kit Bag

Farewell dinner in Kathmandu at typical Nepali restaurant.

Office Service Charge.

Cost Exclude 

Nepal visa fee.

International airfares, extra baggage and cargo charges

Personal trekking Equipment, travel and medical insurance & helicopter rescue, personal expenses.

Meals and extra night (more than stated in itinerary) accommodation in Kathmandu.

Personal expenses

Personal expedition equipment.

Bar and beverage bills.

Your Travel and rescue Insurance.

Rescue & Evacuation costs.

Gratitude (tip) for staff (tipping is expected).

Peak Climbing FAQs

1. When can I book your trip?

You can book our trip in all seasons but spring and autumn season is the best season for mountaineering. We request you to book your trip 3 or 4 weeks before your arrival for Peak Climbing and mountaineering and 4 months earlier for serious climbing and expedition. 

2. What are the payment policy and procedure for a trip booking?

The payment policy and procedure for trip booking in our company is as below.

• 20% of the total amount of the trip should be sent for advance booking for peak climbing.

• 50% of total amount of the trip should be sent for advance booking for serious climbing. 

3. What are the best seasons for climbing and mountaineering in Nepal?

Spring and autumn are the two best seasons for climbing and mountaineering. 

4. How hard and tough is climbing in the Himalaya?

The difficulty level of trip depends upon the region you choose. Nepal has varieties of mountain and snow covered peaks ranging from moderate to difficult. 

5. What type of insurance should I need to have before coming to Nepal? Can I get insurance there?

Your travel insurance must cover any kind of sickness, loss due to theft, injury, delay; inconveniences or any other and the company should not have any liabilities for your personal loss. Since you cannot get travel insurance in Nepal you need to bring it with yourself. 

6. What will happen if one gets sick during Trekking and Climbing?

The chance of getting sick is high in the mountains during trekking and climbing. In case of sickness, we do basic treatments, our guides and all staffs are well trained about the sickness and its primary treatments. Our guide carries some medical kits and it is also essential to keep basic medical kits yourself. If the sickness arises from high altitude, we have to get back to low altitude first. If the basic treatment does not work, and if you get more serious, we will immediately arrange a helicopter rescue to get back Kathmandu.

7. How long must walk every day on the treks and how long do we climb?

Normally you need to walk about 5-6 hours per day. The walk depends on your speed and the distance to the next stop for overnight. You don’t have to walk for long hours our guides will let you to walk slowly and enjoy your trials. 

8. Can your company provide us with experienced climbing and mountaineering guides?

Yes sure, we are registered agency for trekking climbing and mountaineering. We do have years of experience in this field and our team consists of highly experienced climbing and mountaineering guides. We will provide you with highly experienced climbing and mountaineering guides with valid licenses. 

9. What types of accommodation and meals provide us during Trekking and climbing?

We will provide you with the best available hotels and lodges during trekking and climbing. If in case there is no access to any hotels lodges or tea houses on your route we will provide camping accommodation with our specialized camping staffs and cook serving you healthy meals cooked in front of your eyes. 

                                                       

10. Are the foods & water in the lodges and camps hygienically standard?

If you choose the local food most of them are organic and locally grown. The foods are hygienically prepared by the people. In camping trek the foods are prepared by the camping cook. The camping crew includes guides, porters, kitchen helper cook and other required team members.   

11. What does grading (Moderate, Adventurous, Challenging and Serious) means?

 Trekking grades are categorized in terms of its difficulties level from Moderate to Adventurous, Challenging and Serious

• Moderate climbing: This climbing is for the beginner climbers who want to climb mountains with little or no experience. For them Nepal Guide organized smooth and well-managed climbing.

• Adventurous Climbing: Climbers who have little ice climbing experience to climb mountains in Nepal such as popular peak.

• Challenging Climbing: Challenging climbing is only for the experienced climber who already have mountaineering experience.  Adventurous, close from mountains, altitudes above 6500m. Best examples of challenging climbing are – Amadablam, Brauntase, and Gangapurna etc.

• Serious Climbing: This Climbing is very hard and technically difficult only for the climber who already conquers the 7000 m height Himalaya of Nepal. Expedition in Nepalese mountains, above 7500m and above mountains.

12. Does your company help to arrange a domestic flight, international flight, hotel bookings and other services?

Yes of course, our company has a good coordination between airlines, hotels, vehicle companies and other supporting companies related to travel and trekking activities in Nepal. We can provide you any kind of help during your stay in Nepal. 

13. Are your staffs fully equipped? What about their insurance?

 It is very essential to have insurance for Trekking and climbing staffs insurance. Our all staffs are             protected by the Nepalese insurance company. The cost you pay for any particular trip covers the cost of our staff’s insurance, foods and clothing – do not need to pay extra.

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