Highlights of Mount Kanchenjunga Expedition
- Sightseeing to cultural and historical heritage sites of Kathmandu
- Trek to world’s 3rd highest mountain, Kanchenjunga Base Camp, Camp I, Camp II, Camp III, & Summit
- Explore Rai, Limbu and Bhotia culture and their day to day life
- Adventurous passes of Sinon La Pass (4460m), Mirgin La Pass (4725m) and Sinelapcha La Pass (4446m)
- Kanchenjunga south view from Oktang and north view from Pangpema
Kanchenjunga Expedition is the expedition which is the third highest peak in the world and the second-highest peak in Nepal. It is 8585m heights in the eastern part of Nepal. The name Kanchenjunga is delivered from ‘Kanchen’ and ‘Dzonga’, is the Tibetan word. Which stands for the five Treasures of the great snows as it contains five peaks.
The treasures present 5 repositories of God are silver, grain, holy books, gems, and grain. Kanchanjunga is lies between Nepal and Sikkim. Kanchenjunga was climbed first in 1956 by the British team. It consists of four peaks. It takes you to the hearth of the Kanchanjunga which is located in the western part of Nepal. The trek starts via Tamur river with the majestic views which meet Arun below Mulghat.
Kanchanjunga was assumed the highest mountain of the planet until 1952. After the survey of British in 1894, Mt. Everest was known as crowned the Highest Mountain in the World. Kanchanjunga was climbed first in 1955 by Joe and Brown. They are the British Expedition team. In the Kanchenjunga Expedition, the west summit, Yalung Kang, is 8420m high.
Three first Westerner to investigate Kanchenjunga was the British botanist JD Hooker, who visited the twice in 1848 and 1849. Investigation of the Skim, side of the pinnacle proceeded with both British and intellectual voyagers mapping and capturing until 1899. In that year a gathering driven by Douglas new field made a circuit of Kanchenjunga and delivered what is as yet a standout amongst the most legitimate maps of the district.
This grand trek starts from the little runway at Suketar-Taplejung, in the distant, corner of Nepal. From Suketar, we sick move to Chauki going through the towns of Mitlung, Khambachen, Ghunsa, and Lhonak to Pangpema (5,140m) which is the base camp for trekking toward the North Face of Kanchenjunga II.
Trek to Kanchenjunga will give you a chance to walk entirely through wonderful Limbu and Rai towns and tranquil timberlands to the eminent South Face Base Camp at Ramche, before intersection the Mirgin La (pass) that misleads the north side of Kanchenjunga.
Achieving the Kanchenjunga Base Camp, we will observe the north face of Kanchenjunga. Here, you will check snow-topped edges and furthermore witness Jongsang Peak, Tent Peak, Pyramid Peak and the gigantic pinnacles of Kanchenjunga. At that point, we can observe astounding perspectives on Jannu and the huge south face of Kanchenjunga.