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Chulu West



Chulu West

Chulu West Peak (6,419m.) is one the famous technical climbing peak in Nepal. Situated just above the Manag Valley; Chulu has mainly two peaks- Chulu West and Chulu East. As it is levelled as one of the technical climbing peak; it suits climbers having previous climbing experience and good physical condition. Amazing Chulu west peak climbing offers to view some of the astonishing peaks of Annapurna region which includes: Annapurna II, III and IV, Gangapurna, Glacier Dome, Dhaulagiri, Tilicho Peak and Manaslu.

The climb is combined with classic trekking in Annapurna region, which includes passing several yak pastures, forests, traditional and cultural settlements of Annapurna. Walking through the hidden valley of Manag, exploring the years old tradition and cultures of people and the way people welcomes the tourists makes everyone’s heart feel warm.  The inclusion of Thorang-La (5,416m.)- highest Himalayan pass in the world, Kali Gandaki Gorge- deepest gorge in the world; adds the fun and excitement to the trip. It was Japanese Expedition team who ascended this peak first in 1952. Chulu West Peak is also considered as the alternative of famous Mera Peak. It is moderate difficult climbing peak of Nepal. The keys to successful summit of Chulu West Peak are previous climbing experience, sound health condition and proper acclimatization during the trip.

Best season for climbing Chulu West are Spring ( Mid-March to May) and Autumn (Mid-September to November).

Buddha Land Treks and Expedition’s Chulu West Peak Climbing itinerary includes sufficient acclimatization days which ease climbers to experience great adventure to Chulu. We offer quality experienced climbing crews to make sure that you will get best climbing experience.

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