Trip Duration: 21 Days Climbing Days: 2 Days Trekking Days: 18 Days Trip Grading: Strenuous ice climbing Maximum Elevation: 6273m (Summit) Accommodation: Lodge/Camp
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Parchamo or Phachhermo Peak Climbing and Tashilapcha Pass Trekking
Parchamo peak (6273mtr / 20575ft) lies on the head of Thame Valley in the Everest region marking the border with the Rolwaling valley trekking area to the west. This peak can be reached via two approach routes one and more popular is through trekking to Rolwaling valley and Tashilapcha pass (west to east) and next from Namche bazaar to Thame valley and to high camp (east to west). Approach from Namche bazaar side require shorter trek than from Rolwaling, however, the trekking from Rolwaling surely give more chance of acclimatization as the trek from Rolwaling valley heads up to Tashilapcha pass gradually and the trek itself becomes an amazing experience. As one of the highest in the trekking peak category the peak offers relatively hard climbing. There are 2 or 3 routes but easy and commonly used is North Ridge from Tashi Lapcha pass.

Brief Itinerary for Parchamo Peak, Tashilapcha Pass Trekking

01-02 Kathmandu
03 About 10 hours drive to road head Singati Bazar
04 Trek to Gongar
05 Trek to Gyabru
06 Trek Gyabru to Beding
07 Rest day
08 Beding to Na
09 Na to Tso Rolpa Lake
10 Acclimatization Day or Rest
11 Trek to higher camp below Tashi Lapcha
12 Trek to Tashi Lapcha Pass / High camp of the peak
13 Climbing day
14 Extra Day
15 Trek to Thyangbo
16 Trek to Thame
17 Trek to Namche Bazar
18 Trek to Lukla
19 Fly to Kathmandu
20 Kathmandu
21 Return home or plan more trip

Approach Trek from Khumbu Region can be combined with an exciting trek to Nangpala (8-9 days north from Thame Valley) for acclimatization which will bring you to the Thame village. From there trek to Tashi Lapcha and take the north route to the summit and return back to Lukla via Thame and Namche.

Trip Cost Includes

  • Kathmandu hotel as per itinerary breakfast and taxes
  • One welcome meal
  • National Park Entry fee, Local Municipal Entry Fee
  • Climbing permit royalty, Trekking permit
  • Flights or ground transportation as per the itinerary
  • Climbing guide from base camp to base camp
  • Trekking guide entire trip
  • Accommodation on teahouse, local home lodge or tents as per itinerary twin or single room, tent
  • Breakfast, lunch, dinner, tea, coffee (during meal times),
  • One tea break in a day tea or coffee, drinking water boiled or treated
  • Porter to carry luggage, extra bag
  • Oxygen supply in the case of big peak climbing expeditions
  • Shared equipment such as rope, snow Bar, anchor devices,
  • Insurance, equipment, bonus, wages for staff
  • Airport pick up and drop

 

Trip Cost Doesn’t Include

  • Hotel change or upgrade if applicable in Kathmandu
  • Lodge, hotel upgrade to private bathroom type during the trek
  • Extra porter, staff if required for a specific purpose
  • Additional day trip charge in the case of itinerary change or dates added
  • Your travel, rescue, medical insurances.
  • Meals in Kathmandu except hotel breakfast and welcome meal
  • Bottled drinking water, and beverages other than tea / coffee during meals
  • Hot showers which can be bought from local lodges
  • Special meals on teahouses other than mentioned on printed menu, special desert
  • Any meals taken outside the lodge stayed
  • Personal expenses such as shopping, tipping, donation, offering, etc
  • Climbing summit bonus to the guide and assistant guide
  • Personal clothing and equipment list will be provided during booking process
  • Anything that’s not mentioned under the cost includes the section above
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    11/03/2022

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    11/01/2022

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    10/31/2022

      I cannot speak too highly of Amber and his wonderful team at Three Jewels Adventures. I am 67 and had never done a trek like this before. I... read more

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    10/31/2022
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