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Chulu West
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Annapurna Expeditions
Chulu West
Chulu west (6610m/21752ft) is the higher of the two Chulus. This peak was first climbed in 1952 by a Japanese expedition. Ascents to this peak are best made from a base camp in a small valley north of Manang, situated off the mail trail to the Thorong-La. From here one gets to see some of the best views of the peak. There is considerable debate in regard to the name and location of the Chulu peak. For those who have climbed this area, it is known facts that several other summits close by, which are actually part of the Chulu massive but not, indicated on maps. Therefore it is hard to distinguish between the two Chulus, however, for the sake of charity; four summits can be included in the Chulu group. Two each for west and east, though Chulu west could also possibly be called Chulu central. Although there really is not any technical difficulty on this section, in soft snow however, progress could be slow and difficult. The slopes are prone to "Avalanche" in certain conditions.
Day to Day Itinerary:

Day 01 Departure for Nepal

Day 02 Arrival to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.

Day 03 Drive from Kathmandu to Beshishahar (823m)

Day 04 Beshishahar to Ngadi, trek (880m)

Day 05 Ngadi to Jagat, trek (1314m)

Day 06 Jagat to Dharapani, trek (1943m)

Day 07 Dharapani to Chame (2713m)

Day 08 Chame to Pisang, (3185m)

Day 09 Pisang to Manang, trek (3351m)

Day 10 Manang to Yak Kharka

Day 11 Yak kharka to Chulu west BC

Day 12-15 Chulu west expedition period

Day 16 Chulu west BC (4016m)

Day 17 Thorang Phedi to Muktinath, trek (3800m)

Day 18 Muktinath to Jomsom, trek

Day 19 Jomsom to Pokhara, air. Visit Pokhara

Day 20 Drive to Kathmandu

Day 21 Expedition reports submission to Nepal mountaineering association and free day.

Day 22 Departure