Mount Nuptse peak that falls within the Mount Everest range holds a Tibetan name which means west peak. Actually it is the western fraction of the Lhotse-Nuptse range. The main edge separating from Lhotse by a 7,556m elevated load is topped by 7 mountains and goes northwest until its vertical west-face falls downward to the Khumbu-glacier. The vertical and rock-strewn south-face of Nuptse is 2500m elevated. The main summit Nuptse I (7855m) was first summated on the north-ridge in 1961 by Dennis Davis and from a British expedition, Tashi Sherpa.
We follow the normal route to Lhotse and Nuptse massif. The Base Camp lies beside the Khumbu Glacier above its icefall. The steep and rocky south-face of Nuptse slopes rise from the Western valley with the upper part attached with Khumbu-glacier, above the icefall.
Day 1 Arrival in Kathmandu (1300m)
Day 2 Preparation day
Day 3 Expedition Briefing at DOT
Day 4 Fly to Lukla and Trek to Phakding (2610m)
Day 5 Trek to Namche (3440m)
Day 6 Namche – Acclimatization day
Day 7 Trek to Tengboche (3867m)
Day 8 Trek to Dingboche (4410m)
Day 9 Acclimatization day
Day 10 Trek to Lobuche (4910m)
Day 11 Trek to Everest Base Camp
Day 12-40 Climbing period
Day 41 Clean up base camp and trek to Lobuche (4910m)
Day 42 Trek to Tengboche (3867m)
Day 43 Trek to Manjo (2850m)
Day 44 Trek to Lukla (2860m)
Day 45 Fly back to Kathmandu
Day 46 Free day (De-briefing at DOT)
Day 47 Departure for home
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