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Mt. Abi peak situated in the Khumbu Himal range, which is located in the Mahalangur Himalayan range Solukhumbu region of Nepal. This mountain previously called Cholo and wellknown also by Kangchung peak from the pass that reaches it - the Kangchung La. Mountaineers planning to climb the 8,000ers consider Mt Abi as a perfect training mountain for ice climbing and high altitude acclimatization. Mt. Abi requires careful ascent due to the technical ridges towards its peak. This peak was first issued a climbing permit in 2002 and although it is classed as moderate. It has been successfully climbed less than 6 times. The recognized route is Lukla-Mera la- Abi Base Camp. Best time for Mt.Abi peak climbing are September,October and November during the Autumn season and after mid March,April,May during the Spring seson are consider as the best seasons for the climbing this peak although you can be climb this peak during the months of December,January and February too.
Day 01: Arrive at Kathmandu:
Kiwi sherpa representative will meet you at Airport and then transfer to hotel and a short brief about the trekking and climbing after refreshment.

Day 02: Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing(1350m):
After breakfast our tour guide will take to sightseeing around Kathmandu valley such as Boudhanath stup,one of the biggest Buddhist shrines in the world,where we observe Buddhist monks in prayer in the monesteries then visit to Pashipatinath,the most famous Hindu temple in the country,located in the banks of Bagmati river where you can see Hindu holy men are meditating,pilgrims bathing and occasionally funeral pyres burning on the ghats.From here we visit Durbar square then we back to hotel and introduced your leader/guide and we will provide an opportunity for ask any questions about the trek .This includes a final briefing and preparations for the trip and we supplied with our trek pack and information for tomorrow.
In the pre trip meeting all pasengers must bring
Passport.
Four copies of Passport size photos each.
Travel Insurance policy.
Note pad
Writing pen

Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla (2886m.) and Trek to Phakding:

It takes about 30 minutes to fly From Kathamndu to Lukla,it is a small town with an Airport and many Lodges,tea house,cafe.After langding at Lukla Airport then we begin our trek following a gentle climb up the mountainside on the left bank of the Dudh Koshi. Nupla (5885m) can be seen in the distance on the opposite bank, is a peak atop the Kongde Ridge. You descend a mountainside path that merges into your route to Everest, with views to a valley to your right; and at its far end, Kusum Kang (6367m.). The Dudh Kosi approaches as you pass a Mani wall and arrive at Ghat teahouse. You continue along a small path with many climbs and descents following the left bank of Dudh Koshi to Phakding.


Day 04: Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3440 m.):

From Phakding to Namche Bazzar we pass many tiny villages and many ups and down.Then we will arrive at Namche bazzar(3440m).It is surrounded on three sides by mountain ranges and opens out only where it faces the Bhote Koshi. The village is a central hub of the area and food, sundries and even mountain climbing equipment may be purchased here.

Day 05: Rest day at Namche Bazaar (3440 m.) for acclimatization:
It is an ideal place to spend a rest day for acclimatization to the high altitude before heading off towards Tyangboche. For the acclimatization day we can go hike up Khunde Hospital,which was built by Sir Edmund Hillary in 1996 and also we visit Khumjung Hight school too and some other interesting points.
Day 06: Trek from Namche Bazaar to Dole (4040m.) via Khumjung:
It takes about six hours. From Namche the route heads up all the way to Kumjung, a picturesque village which also has its own gompa at the top end of town. Here you can have excellent views of Thamserku, Kantega and Ama Dablam. Soon after leaving Khumjung the trail climbs to a large chorten on top of a ridge. This ridge descends from Khumbila, a 5734m peak, said to be the abode of the patron God of the Khumbu region. The trail descends slightly towards the Sanasa and then trail ascends up to Mongla (4000m.). From here, you can see panoramic views of various mountains. You trek steeply descend passing through Phortse Tenga and from there, the trail climbs steeply to Dole, through rhododendron and birch forest festooned with hanging mosses and lichens. You can enjoy delicious meal at Phortse Tenga (3650m.).

Day 07: Trek from Dole to Machhermo (4150m):
It takes about five hours. From Dole you climb steadily along the side of the valley, where the small and thorny bushes give way to scrub juniper as the altitude increases. The trail passes many summer settlements, which are used when yaks are taken to these pastures to graze in the summer months. Ahead of you are excellent views of Cho Oyu, while back down the valley are the peaks of Kantega and Thamserku.

Day 08: Trek from Machhermo to Gokyo (4750m):
It takes about four and half hours. Today you head for the lakes at Gokyo. We follow a very scenic path to Pangka and then descend slightly, following one of the melt-water Rivers which flow down the west side of the Ngozumpa Glacier. We climb a steep rocky inclined into the valley by the side of the glacier, passing the first of the holy lakes. We soon arrive at the second of the lakes, crossing the path which heads across the glacier to Cho La (5420m.). The third lake is known as Dudh Pokhari and on its eastern shore is the settlement of Gokyo. Walking by the side of the lake, the scenery is magnificent with the summits of Cho Oyu and Gyachung Kang reflected in its emerald green waters.

Day 09: Rest day at Gokyo and excursion around Gokyo valley:
Gokyo is a trade centre where the Sherpa people run lodges to provide the best services to the trekkers. Gokyo is situated by the side of Ngozumpa glacier, the biggest glacier of Nepal. This day we can make a side trip to Fifth Lake via Forth Lake.

Day 10: Trek from Gokyo valley to Thangna (4950m).

Day 11: Trek from Thangna to Abi Peak Base Camp.

Day 12: Trek from Abi Base Camp to High Camp.

Day 13: Summit Mt Abi Peak (6097m) and return to Base Camp.

Day 14: Trek from base camp to Dzonglha (4830m) over Cho La Pass (5330m).

Day 15: Trek from Dzonglha to Pheriche.

Day 16: Trek from Pheriche to Namche Bazaar.

Day 17: Trek from Namche Bazaar to Lukla (2886 m.):

It takes about five hours. The last day of your trek leads from Namche Bazaar via Monjo to Lukla. The trek is pleasant, except for few short uphill climbs and then down to the Bhote-Koshi River crossing it three times. Then we arrive at Lukla.
Day 18: Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu. You take an early morning flight back to Kathmandu.

Day 19:We will Transfer to international airport for your final flight departure.

Cost details:

To quote you with an exact price we need to know the number of persons of your group and mode of transportation (by plane or by bus).Please contact us with these details and any other inquiries regarding this trip then we get back to you on the cost details.

Trip Cost Includes:

Airport pick up and Drop by private car/van/bus.
Guided sightseeing tour in Kathmandu valley with private car/van/bus.
Accommodation Hotel in Kathmandu (Bed & Breakfast).
Your standard meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during the lodge trekking. (A cup of Tea/Coffee with Breakfast).
Accommodation in Camping (Tented Camp) and meals (Breakfast, lunch, dinner) Tea coffee

(Twin sharing tent, dining tent, toilet tent, Kitchen tent, staff tent etc.). climbing period.
Collective equipments such as a Climbing Rope, Ice screws, Snow bars, Tent, Snow Sawel.
Staff: (Professional English speaking trekking guide, 1 Cook, 1 Kitchen, 1 climbing guide & necessary porters.( 1 assistant guide for 5 plus people),
Insurance for all the Nepalese staff.
Climbing peak permit/s & other necessary fees

All necessary paper works and national park entry permits.
Flight ticket (Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu). / domestic airport tax.
All accommodations in lodges/tea houses during the trekking route.
Professional English speaking, an experienced, helpful and friendly Guide, porters (1 porter for 2 peoples).

Salary, Food, Drinks, Accommodation, Transportation and Insurance for the Guide and Porter.
Medical supplies (first aid kit will be available).
All government taxes.


Trip Cost Excludes:

Nepal entry visa fee (you may easily issue the visa upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport - Kathmandu). You will require 2 passport size photos.
Your Travel insurance (Compulsory).
Lunch and dinner while you are in Kathmandu.
Entrance fees while sightseeing tour in Kathmandu valley.
Garbage Deposit (US$ 250), refundable after the climbing.
Personal Climbing equipments.
Your personal expenses.
All the alcoholic and non alcoholic Drinks.
Hot Shower during the Trek.
International airfare and airport departure tax.
Tips for the guide, porter. (Tipping is Expected ).
Any others expenses which are not mentioned on including section.

Equipment List

The following gives you a general idea of the personal items to be brought by you for Abi peak in Nepal. The personal items, are of individual interest, and choice. The most important fact he/she must consider is the time of the year, trekking days, region and altitude.

General
• Duffel or Rucksack bag
• Daypack
• Down Jacket
• 4 seasons Sleeping bag
Upper Body - Head / Ears / Eyes

• Warm wool or synthetic hat that cover your ears
• Balaclava - The lightweight, thinner variety
• Glacier glasses 100% UV protection with side shields and a hard-sided storage case (i.e. Julbo or Cebe). This is to protect your eyes from the stronger rays of the sun due to the thinner atmosphere which can cause a painful condition known as snow blindness. Regular sunglasses are not sufficient. If you wear prescription glasses, speak to your doctor about prescription glacier glasses, perhaps with transitional lenses
• Headlamp - Black Diamond and Petzl both make several good ones. Make sure to bring extra batteries and that they are lithium batteries so that they will last in the colder temperatures. These are indispensable for getting around at night, reading, etc., so don't go cheap here
• A neck warmer is another piece of gear for extra warmth if you feel you will need it (Optional)

Hand
• 1 pair liner gloves thin wool or synthetic, useful alone on mild days or as a layer inside other gloves / mitts for additional warmth.
• 1 pair warm gloves (heavier fleece or wool ).

Core Body
• 2 cotton t-shirts.
• 1 synthetic t-shirt.
• 2 long sleeve polyester, or other synthetic lightweight, light colored shirts for sunny days. V-neck zipper provides additional venting options which are good for changing temperatures.
• 1 expedition weight long underwear top.
• 1 soft shell jacket, water resistant, with insulation, underarm ventilation zippers. Full front zipper is preferable for ventilation.
• 1 hard shell with hood, waterproof, pay particular attention to venting options under / on the arms and inner chest pockets provide convenient access without taking off your pack, truly a great design option.

Lower Body – Legs
• 2-3 pairs nylon hiking shorts - Quick drying type, not cotton!
• Underwear, stay away from cotton
• 2 pair lightweight long underwear - capilene or other synthetic
• 1 pair soft shell pants - synthetic, full zip from top and bottom preferable
• 2 pair trekking pants, preferably that zip on/off at the knees so they double as shorts
• 1 pair hard shell pants. Waterproof / breathable, Gore-Tex or equivalent is best. Should zip from the top and bottom - this makes it easier to put on over boots without getting undressed should the weather change once you are underway for the day
• 1 pair cotton pants (loose jeans/khakis)
• 1 full length loose skirt. Women should plan to wear skirts or pants when walking around Kathmandu.
• All clothing should be kept dry using waterproof stuff sacks or large puncture resistant plastic bags

Feet

• 3 pair heavy weight socks to be worn over liner socks
• 1 pair light weight socks, a good option for the lower / warmer parts of the trail
• 1 pair light to medium weight water proof hiking/trekking boots. Ensure a good fit with layered socks and you have wore then before to get used to it (otherwise you will get lots of blister)
• 1 pair light trekking shoes or sneakers. Good for around the camp/lodges and in Kathmandu
• 1 pair hiking gaiters, good for keeping dust and rocks out of your shoes / boots as well as keep your feet dry as necessary (Optional)
• 1 pair sandals (Optional)

Climbing gear
• 1 Pair plastic shell mountaineering boots with high altitude liners
• 1 Pair of crampons (steel, no aluminum).
• 1 Alpine climbing harness.
• 1 Climbing helmet
• 1 Mountaineering axe with leash (sized properly for your height)
• 1 Ascender (right or left handed as appropriate)
• 1 Belay device (Black Diamond ATC or ATC Guide are good options)
• 2 D-Shaped locking carabiners
• 2 Non-locking carabiners
• 1 Pair expedition style gaiters (ensure fit over your boots)
• 1 Neck gaiter
• Ski goggles (optional)

Medicines and First Aid Kits
• Extra Strength Excedrin for altitude related headaches
• Ibuprofen for general aches and pains
• Immodium or Pepto bismol capsules for upset stomach or diarrhea
• Diamox (commonly prescribed as Acetazolamide) 125 or 250mg tablets for altitude sickness. Please discuss with us before starting to take this medicine
• 1 small personal sized first-aid kit with blister treatments such as mole skin, band aides, some waterproof tape, anti-infection ointments, etc. Your guides will have more extensive medical gear, but you should have the basics for general use

Miscellaneous, But Important

• 2 Water bottles 1 liter wide-mouth Nalgene and 1 insulator
• Lip balm. At least SPF 20, 2 sticks. A string taped to the stick is helpful, to hang around your neck and some are now being sold with a cord already attached. Handy as it avoid you having to stop and look for it
• Sunscreen. SPF 40 is recommended and should be relatively new since it loses its' effectiveness over time
• Pocket knife or small Swiss Army type
• Water purification Iodine tablets or Polar-pure crystals
• Toiletry kit. Be sure to include toilet paper stored in a plastic bag, hand wipes, and liquid hand sanitizer, towel, soap, etc
• 3-4 Large durable plastic bags, for keeping miscellaneous gear dry inside you pack. Also nice for separating clean from dirty laundry

Optional
• 1 pair adjustable trekking poles. Although these are listed as optional these can be of great assistance to people who may think of themselves and generally clumsy or with bad knees, ankles, etc., especially when going downhill (Optional)

• 1 small stainless steel thermos (Optional)

This list is only a guide. While you are required to bring everything on this list, there are numerous options, brands, and versions of each piece of equipment, use your experience and the listed features to find the best gear for you. Some of the above equipments can be easily find in stores around Kathmandu in much cheaper price.