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Bokta Peak Climbing

Bokta Peak Climbing “Climbing is as close as we can come to flying.”    -Margaret Young

  Bokta Peak or Boktoh Peak is a majestic trekking peak situated in the Himalayan region close to the world’s third highest peak Kanchenjunga. With the altitude of 6142 meters above sea level, the peak is listed as group ‘A’ climbing peak by Department of Tourism Nepal. Bokta peak is vastly admired by the climbers and trekkers. Bokta peak climbing defines the word ‘adventure’. The climbing of Bokta peak can be a special one for avid trekkers because it provides thrilling adventure in wilderness and less crowded part of the Himalayan range. From the summit of the peak, you can view the breathtaking views of Mt. Kanchenjunga (8586m) and other peaks including Nepal Peak (7177m), Kirat Chuli Peak (7365m), Kumbhakarna (7710m) and Dormo Peak (6855m). The expedition for Bokta peak climbing takes you to remote area with pristine wilderness and local settlements of Kirat people, the oldest indigenous ethnic group of Nepal. Bokta peak climbing provides you an opportunity to witness untouched natural splendor and to interact with local people.
 
Our Bokta peak climbing package is carefully designed with proper acclimatization. It commences from Biratnagar. We reach Basantapur from where we begin our trek towards Kanchenjunga region. We follow both base camps of Mt. Kanchenjunga namely Pangpema and Oktang. The latter one is closer to Bokta Peak. We continue our trek to reach Bokta peak base camp (5123m) via Ramche. We ascend the peak to reach its high camp where you will be taught about climbing techniques like fixing rope, how to ascend and descend, etc. by our climbing guide. We begin our climb and feel euphoric upon reaching the summit. The view from the summit of the peak is simply breathtaking. After achieving this feat, we descend the peak to get back to the base camp. We trek back to Ramche and reach Suketar to catch a flight back to Kathmandu. 
  Climbing Bokta Peak is strenuous and quite demanding. Good cardiovascular fitness and previous climbing experience is required for it. The best times for Bokta peak climbing are March to May and September to December.   

 

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Day 01: Flight from Kathmandu to Suketar then trek to Mitlung,
Day 02: Trek from Mitlung to Lelep
  Day 03: Trek from Lelep to Amjilesa, 2510m
  Day 04: Trek from Amjilesa to Gyabla, 2730m
  Day 05: Trek from Gyable to Ghunsa, 3595m
  Day 06: Rest day at Ghunsa for Acclimatization
  Day 07: Trek from Gunsa to Sinion/ selele Phedi, 3546m
  Day 08: Trek from Selele phedi to Tseram 3870m.via Selele pass 4854m
  Day 09: Trek from Tseram trek to Ramchaur, 4620m
  Day 10: Ramchaur to Bokta Base Camp (High Camp), 5125m
  Day 11-13: Climbing period 
  Day 14: Cheram to Tortong, 2995m
  Day 15: Tortong to Yamphudin, 2080m
  Day 16: Yamphudin  to Phungphung Danda, 1794m 
  Day 17: Trek to Suketar, 2420m
  Day 18: Flight from Suketar to Kathmandu

Price Includes
Hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast
All land transportation as indicated
Domestic flight
Peak climbing permit and trekking permits
Climbing guide, trekking guide and required porters
All allowances for Nepali support crews
Foods and accommodation in trekking
Foods and camping equipment during climbing period
All Government taxes and agency service charge
Emergency rescue service if in case needed.....


Price Excludes
Foods in Kathmandu
Personal trekking, climbing gears and personal expenses
Tip to guide and porters
All kind of drinks (tea, coffee include), mineral or boiled water, hot shower, battery charging, laundry .....
Emergency rescue or medication cost if in case

Climbing boots, Crampons, Seat Harness, Jumar, Carbine, Ice X, Climbing rope, Gaiters, walking polls, Trekking boots, Hand Gloves, Woolen hat, Down Jacket, Sleeping bag, Mattresses, jacket against wind and snow, Thermos, Torch light, Sufficient daily wearing cloths .............

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