Hiunchuli peak (6441m.) is the fourth highest peak among the "Trekking Peaks by flying into the heart of the Himalayas
Hiunchuli peak (6441m.) is the fourth highest peak among the "Trekking Peaks" and regarded as one of the less difficult by the expeditions. He first reached the summit in October 1971 by an American expedition Peace Corps, under the leadership of Craig Anderson.
Hiunchuli peak is part of the chain of Annapurna and was discovered by Jimmy Roberts, the father of trekking business. It is connected to the east face of Annapurna South. There are three major trekking peaks in the Annapurna Sanctuary, so named by Roberts, that the locals have controlled the area sacred. They Tent Peak, Peak and Hiunchuli fluted.
This journey defines the valley of Pokhara. In the valley of Pokhara, the trail climbs slowly to the Annapurna Basecamp located at an altitude of 4300m. A day of rest will be to explore the Annapurna Basecamp and acclimation. Annapurna Basecamp is considered the Hiunchuli too. Three to four days are reserved for the ascent of the peak, then you can return to the front followed by the Pokhara Valley in the same way that "Trek Annapurna Sanctuary '.
To attempt the mountain, you will need some mountaineering skill is relatively easy to get permission to climb. The front wall of the sanctuary has a formidable reputation as formidable and there is no road 'standard' up. The entire route is a challenging technical climb in search of evil route, and is better addressed in a true expedition style
Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu and transfer to hotel 1350m.
Day 02: Prepare and briefing Permit
Day 03: Departure for Pokhara 5-6 hours.
Day 04: Departure for Suikhet 950m. & Trek has Pothana 1700m.
Day 05: Pothana - New Bridge
Day 06: New Bridge - Khuldighar 2380m.
Day 07: Khuldighar - 2950m Himalayan Hotel.
Day 08: Himalayan - Machapuchhere Base camp 3800m.
Day 09: Machapuchhere Base Camp - Annapurna Base Camp
Day 10: Annapurna Base Camp - Base Camp 4600m Hiunchuli.
Day 11: Hiunchuli Base Camp - High Camp 5500m.
Day 12: Hsiin Chuli 6441m. Summit & Back to Base Camp
Day 13: Base Camp - Hotel Himalaya
Day 14: Himalayan Hotel - Chomorong 2100m.
Day 15: Chomorong - Tadapani 2700.
Day 16: Tadapani - Ghorepani 2850m.
Day 17: Ghorepani - 1189m Birethati.
Day 18: Birethati - Pokhara 900m.
Day 19: Drive to Kathmandu 1350m.
Day 20: Kathmandu
Day 21: final departure
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