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Parmacho Peak Climbing


 The Parchamo Peak is also known, as Parchemuche Peak It is lies to  the south of Tasi Lapcha proving an attractive mountain as a  straightforward snow peak. While approaching the mountain we  follow Everest Base Camp trek from Lukla to Namche Bazaar. We  follow the trekking trail to Thame and then Thengpo to Ngole to set  up the base camp on the moraines ( 5,100m.). As we climb we arrive  at another possible campsite but not advisable to set up the camp  due to rock falling danger. We continue climbing north-east of the  icefall of Tesi Lapcha and arrive just below the rock walls where we  fix high camp on rocky terraces (5,500m.). From the high camp we  gain the ridge of Pacharmo which is raised from the glaciers of Tesi  Lapcha Pass. We follow the ridge without much difficulty but some  time crevasses can cause some problems near to the summit.

Health and Fitness Requirement:

This trip requires you to be in good health and physically fit. So, we recommend thorough physical examination before you start the trek.


Your familiarity with the mountainous terrain and previous trekking experience will be plus points.

Activity Peak Climbing

Duration22 Days

Grade: difficult

Max. Altitude 6187m

Day 1:Arrival in Kathmandu (1350m)
Day 2:Preparation Day Sightseeing in kathmandu valley (1350m)
Day 3:Drive from Kathmandu to Charikot 
Day 4:Trek from Charikot to Chittre  (1050m)
Day 5:Trek from Chittre to Manthala (1070m)
Day 6:Trek from Manthala to Simigaon (1950m)
Day 7:Trek from Simigaun to Gyalche (1760m)
Day 8:Trek from Gyalche to Beding (3693m)
Day 9: Beding Acclimatization Day (3693m)
Day 10: Trek from Beding to Nagaon (4183m)
Day 11: Trek from Nagaon to Tsobuk (4540m)
Day 12: Trek from Tsobuk to Hacha (5100m)
Day 13: Trek from Hasa to Tashi Lapcha Pass (5755m)
Day 14: Trek from Tashi Lapcha Pass to Parchamo Base Camp (5100m)
Day 15    From Base Camp to Parchamo High Camp (5500m)
Day 16: From High Camp to Summit (6273m) and back to high camp(6273m)
Day 17: Trek from High Camp to Thengbo (4360m)
Day 18: Trek from Thengbo to Thame (3800m)
Day 19: Trek from Thame to Namche Bazaar (3446m)
Day 20: Trek from Namche Bazaar to Lukla     (2880m)
Day 21: Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu (1350m)
Day 22: International Departure 

Cost Details: On request

Cost covers:

  • Conservation/national park fees and all government taxes.
  • Bus Transportation for client & Nepalese staf
  • Pisang Peak Climbing Permit 
  • Experienced & professional Climbing Sherpa & his wag
  • Cook & his wages
  • Kitchen boy(s) & his wages
  • Necessary number of porters
  • All camping & Kitchen gears with climbing materials for Nepali Guide
  • High Quality tents, sleeping mattress.
  • All meals, quality and hygienic food (breakfast, lunch, dinner )
  • Local staff insurance   



  • Medical/personal high risk insurance (suggest have rescue coverage policy as well)
  • Personal climbing gears.
  • Tips for  Nepalese staffs.
  • Cost of personal expenses , Bar bills etc.

Required Equipments/Gears:

  • Sleeping bag
  • Down jacket
  • LED headlight
  • Water bottle
  • First-aid kit
  • Water purification solution
  • Trekking poles
  • Raincoat
  • Sunglasses
  • Full fingers gloves
  • Socks
  • Thermal cap
  • Fleece
  • Sunscreen


What is the necessary documents do I need to bring for this trip?

Please bring Valid Passport,Travel insurance with  a separate photocopy,Return flight tickets,Insurance coverage policy,Cash and Traveler’s Checks,Emergency contact numbers for T/C’s, banks, insurance, family contacts.

How many hours do we walk during trek? 

During trekking, approximately you walk around 5 to 6 hours a day.

What level of physical fitness do I need for this trip?Do we need any climbing training for this trip? 

Climbing requires  physical fitness and also technical knowledge of rock climbing as it belong most adventurous and enourmous snow uphill . Any person suffering from a pre-existing medical condition or diseases must seek medical advice before considering this trek. Whilst on the trek, it is common to experience some discomfort before being fully acclimatized.

Where do we stay in mountain? Do we need to bring tent and mat?

Most of our trip days, our accommodation in local guest house where we have good facility of food and seeping. During the climbing days, it will be tented camp accommodation, so the necessary camping gears are all inclusive in the package. So you do not really need to bring them.

What kind of equipments do we need for the climbing?

You need Ice Axe, Crampons, Harness, 2 x Tape slings, 2 x Screw gate Karabiners, Descender/ Abseil Device, Prussic Loops & Plastic Mountaineering Boots along with Down Sleeping Bag, Down Jacket, Long sleeved shirt, Jumper or fleecy jacket, T – shirts, Trekking shoes or boots, Comfy shoes for around the camp, Polypropylene/wool socks, Light cotton socks for under wool socks, Rucksack, Sun hat, Woolen hat, Gloves, Sun block, lipbalm , Goggles or sunglasses, Long underwear,Thermal wear, Insulated pants Nylon windbreaker, Nylon wind pants, Water bottle, Sewing kit, Medical & first aid kit, Flash light, Batteries and bulbs, Swiss army knife, Towel and toiletries etc.

Can we buy or rent those equipments in Nepal?

You can rent Sleeping bag and down jacket in Kathmandu. Other equipments you can buy here for fairly cheaper price.

How many porters and guide are for the trip?

An English speaking guide will be provided for up to 6 people, where as a porter will carry of 2 person`s luggage.And a climbing guide will take you for the climbing.

Is there any weight limit for the  porter ?

A porter carry maximum 20 K.G of luggage. In our package, A porter is provided for two member. In this case ,  you have to combine your luggage not to be more than 20 K.G.

What kind of food is provided during the trip?

You can select any item from the menu, as the tea houses offer Nepali and continental food a long the way.

I am vegetarian, can I have vegetarian food?

Yes, you can select any veg item from the menu.