Kyajo Ri Peak Climbing is one of the newly opened trekking trails in the Himalayas of Nepal. The journey will take you to the region rich in culture and tradition. You will get to experience the ancient Buddhist culture and the unique lifestyle of the locals.
Kyajo Ri Peak Climbing is considered as a semi-technical climbing and presents panoramic views of world’s highest mountains like Mt. Everest (8,848 m), Mt. Kanchenjunga (8,586 m), Mt. Makalu (8,481 m), Mt. Lhotse (8,516 m), and Mt. Cho Oyu (8,201 m). You can check about the package here, Kyajo Ri Peak Climbing
Below is the information that will surely help you to understand the demands of the climb before booking one.
You will be staying in a standard 2 or 3-star hotel in Kathmandu. During the trek, you will stay in a basic tea house or lodge. Usually, rooms are small with bedding and a few pieces of furniture. Be informed that all the accommodations are on twin sharing basis. However, you might get a single room on request and by paying an extra charge. In the higher elevation finding a single room is not always Feasible.
You will get all meals on full board basis during the trek. If you are staying in a teahouse or lodge during the trek, you will get meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and tea & coffee during the meal) three times a day according to their menu. However, if you are camping, you will be provided with fresh and hygienic meals prepared by our crew members.
You can expect to have food like dal-bhat tarkari, momo (veg/non-veg), curries (egg/chicken/veg), dhindo, bread, butter tea, extra.
Acclimatisation is a crucial factor during the high elevation trek. Kyajo Ri Peak climbing will take you up to 6,186 meters, therefore a proper number of rest days is must make your trip successful without any concern of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness). Generally, altitude sickness begins from 6,186m/ 20,295 ft. The best solution is to go slowly, keep yourself hydrated, and include enough acclimatisation days in the itinerary.
For constant communication, all climbing members, climbing Sherpas, and guides have their own personal two-way radio with them all the times on the mountain. You will also have base station radios in the base camp and record all the activities when members and Sherpas are on the mountain.
Passport & Visa Requirements
You need to have a passport to travel to Nepal. Generally, passports have around 6 months validity after completing the trip. You also required to get a visa, which can be obtained in advance from the Nepalese Embassy of your home country or, you can also get a visa upon arriving at the Tribhuvan International Airport.
Weather & Best Time
Not to mention, the weather at this extreme elevation cannot be predicted and can change anytime. Therefore, it is very important to make yourself prepare for severe weather situations. You should make sure that you are equipped with enough clothing for every climate.
The best time to go on this trek is from March to May and September to November.
Travel insurance is mandatory to have if you are traveling in the Himalayas. It covers emergency helicopter evacuation, compensate for your lost property and protects your financial security. Make sure to consult with your travel insurance company and know in depth about its coverage and benefits.
Kyajo Ri Peak Climbing requires a strong physical and mental condition. You will walk around 4 to 7 hours a day to reach your ultimate destination. According to your route, you will begin your trek from 1000 meters and ascend up to 6,186 meters, which does require strong willpower, passion, and good health.
Before booking this trip do consult with your doctor and know all the instances you have to face while traveling to extreme regions like this.