Mt. Himlung (7126 m), located near the Tibetan border between Mt. Manaslu and Annapurna ranges, is considered to be one of the newly opened mountains for climbing in Nepal.

The expedition journey takes you through a small village of Koto towards an interesting Tibetan village of  Phu. The trekking route from Manang to Phu village is remote and untouched as very few tourists have explored this part of Nepal. The landscape is mostly composed of high peaks, passes, glaciers, narrow gullies, forests, and ancient villages. While trekking, we also come across some Buddhist monasteries and have a chance to experience a unique culture and traditional lifestyle of the local people. In addition, we also enjoy the spectacular views of Mt. Manaslu, Mt. Annapurna, Mt. Gangapurna, and many other peaks.

The normal climbing route we follow is via West Ridge. We set up Base Camp at the elevation of 4900m at the upper border of one of the pastures close to  Phu village. We have to set up 3 high camps - Camp I at the elevation of 5450m, Camp II at 6000m and Camp III at 6350m to reach the summit. As far as the technical aspect of Mt. Himlung is concerned, it is not a difficult mountain for climbing. However, it is a very beautiful mountain from its base camp to the Summit.

The best time for Himlung Expedition is April to end of May and beginning of September to end of December.

Himalayan Global Expedition provides experienced, license holder climbing Sherpa guides, supportive crew and organize all necessary documents /climbing permit, camp facilities, land transportation, set up high camps, fix ropes, oxygen food, high altitude food, branded tents for the expedition. For more detail, email us at

Trip Highlights

  • One of the recently opened mountains above 7,000m for climbing expedition
  • Technically not difficult to climb and summit
  • Three high camps require before reaching the Summit
  • Snow, ice and rock climbing with some steep faces and crevasses
  • Rope fixing, using an ice axe and foot timing r to climb
  • Very few climbers have attempted to climb this mountain till date

Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel

Day 02: Preparation and Expedition Briefing

Day 04: Drive from Kathmandu to Koto Besisahar (760m); Overnight lodge

Day 05: Drive from Besishar to Koto (2,600m)

Day 06: Trek from koto to Dharamsala (3,200m); Overnight Lodge

Day 07: Trek from Dharamsala to Phu-Khola (3,800m); Camping

Day 08: Trek from Phu-Khola to Phu-Gaun (4,400m)

Day 09: Trek from Phu-Gaun to Himlung Base Camp (4850m); Camping

Day 10-28: Climbing Period for Himlung Himal Summit (7,126m) & Back to Basecamp

Day 29: Trek Back from Base Camp to Phu-Gaun; Camping

Day 30: Trek from Phu-Gaun to Dharamsala; Lodge

Day 31: Trek from Dharamsala to Koto

Day 32: Drive from koto to Besisahar

Day 33: Drive from Besishar to Kathmandu & Transfer to  Hotel

Day 34: Free day in Kathmandu and Farewell dinner

Day 35:  Transfer to Airport for final Departure

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