Jungle Safari
Mt. Annapurna Expedition
Mt. Pumori Expedition
Mt. Baruntse Expedition
Mt. Cho-Yu Expedition
Mt. Sishapangma Expedition
Mt. Amadablam Expedition
Annapurna Expeditions
Mount Sisapangma
The 14th 8000m. Peak
Season: August - October, April- May

Shisa Pangma, at a height of 8,012m, ranking the 14th highest mountain in the world, is located at 85.70 east longitude and 28.30 north latitude stands in the middle section of the Himalayas mountains. entirely in Chinese territory. In Tibetan language, "Shisa Pangma" means "severe climate". With its bizzarre sight and shape, the serac area, at an altitude of around 5,000-5,800 meters above sea level, happens to be the most fascinating of all, looking just like a lively "yard of ice crystal groves". To the east of Mt. Shisapangma is Mt. Molamechen (7,703m) to the west are Mt. Xiteng (7,792m) and Mt. Nandengri (7,205m) and to the north is Mt. kangbochen (7,281m).

The climate of Shisa Pangma is quite close to that of Mount Everest. The best time for mountaineering activities comes each year in April, May, October and November when in one month more than two nice days maybe available two-three times and over three nice days one-two times at an interval of some five-nineteen days.

We fly from Kathmandu to Lhasa, the capital city of Tibet or drive from Kathmandu to Kodari, the border line between nepal and Tibet. We will spend some night in Lhasa visiting all valuable places and sanctuaries. Than we drive 670 kilometers from Lhasa through Gyangze and Shigatse on the Sino-Nepal Highway to Xegar. Then, 138 kilometers westward through Tingri County and Menhadun, and another 50 kilometers along a simply-built road. The mountaineering base camp site is at an altitude of 5,114 meters, located at the end of the Yebodanggle Glacier.

Day to Day Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival to kathmandu

Day 02-03: kathmandu/tour

Day 04: Drive to Kodari - Dzangmu

Day 05: Drive to Nyalam

Day 07: Nyalam

Day 08: Drive to BC

Day 09: rest

Day 10: Preparation for ABC

Day 11: Trek to ABC

Day 12: Trek to ABCC

Day 13: Rest

Day 14: Climbing preparation

Day 15-32: Climbing Period

Day 33: Clean ABC

Day 34: Trek to BC

Day 35: Clean BC

Day 36-37: Nyalam - Kathmandu

Day 38-39: Kathmandu

Day 40: Departure