Cho Oyu Expedition 44 Days

Trip Facts

  • Destination Nepal

Cho Oyu Expedition is a demanding expedition trip that mostly done from the Tibetan part. It is the 6th highest peak in the world with a height of 8201 meters. It was first climbed by the Austrian team in 1954 for the first time. With the arrangement of the expedition permit, climbing equipments and experienced climbing guides, the trip begins either by driving to the Nepal Tibet border at Zangmu or flying to Lhasa.

The Tibetan plateau is located above 3800 meters, so acclimatization is required from the very beginning and you need to manage sufficient extra days in the trip. Then you move to the base camp of Chinese side. The route lies at the north-west face of Mt. Cho Oyu. Climbing this peak is taken less technical but some of the sections are really challenging and even tougher using climbing equipments. Camp I-III is set to summit this peak. Camp I (6400m), Camp II (7000m) and Camp III (7400m). If you are physically fit and have strong enthusiasm, you can summit Cho Oyu from Camp II, but generally, climbers summit this peak from Camp III. The breathtaking views of Mount Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8501m), Nuptse (7855m), Chamlang (7319m), Ama Dablam (6812m) and the surrounding peaks can be explored from the top of Mt. Cho Oyu. Gradually, you descend to Camp II and to the base camp

Adventure Club Trek fully assists you with branded mountaineering equipments, perfect kitchen team and altitude tents. Please, contact us for the detailed information and suitable itinerary of the Cho Oyu expedition. 

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