Our course does transverse first driving the distance to Cho-Oyu Base Camp, crossing the Nepalese Border and proceeding with by means of Nyalam and Tingri. The route close to Base Camp includes a typical drive at high elevation, however remunerates with intense perspectives of Cho - Oyu (8201m) toward the north. Further will be domain of the icy masses, encompassed by the extraordinary nearness of the world's mightiest mountains. Regularly, we set up four camps in the methodology barring Advanced Base Camp. From that point star ts our principle endeavor to scale the summit (8201m).
Cho Oyu stands high over the Tibetan fields on the Nepal/Tibet fringe, and is a perfect decision for mountain climbers prepared to test themselves on the eight thousanders.
The world's 6th most noteworthy mountain, is to local people a blessed mountain. It was initially moved by S. Moechler, H. Tichy and p. Dawa Lama in 1954. At best the perspective from the summit level is amazing, in a breadth you take in the whole display of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Chamlang, Ama Dablam and different tops of the Khumbu.
The Austrians were the first to step onto the snow-vault summit of Cho Oyu in 1954. This massif is ostensibly the most in fact clear, open and safe to climb. Nowadays there are more than four distinct courses on Cho Oyu with the Tibetan north side offering a few commendable first climb conceivable outcomes.
We enter Tibet by means of Zhangmu and after that drive to Old Tingri, from where the trekking starts. Base Camp is arranged at a height of 5000m with the Advanced base camp at 5700m and around three miles far from the mountain appropriate.
Base camp is set up at Rongbuk icy mass at 5180m however the genuine climbing begins at camp 1 at a rise of 7000m.
Day 01: Drive to Kodari Border/around 5-6 hrs and drive to Zhangmu 2300 m.
Day 02: Drive to Nyalam 3750 meters.
Day 03: Nyalam – Tingri 4340 meters.
Day 04: Tingri – Chinese Base Camp 5000 meters.
Day 05 - 06: Advance Base Camp 5700 meters.
Day 07 - 26: Climbing Period to Cho Oyo 8201 meters.
Day 27: Back to Chinese Base Camp.
Day 28: Base Camp - Nyalam.
Day 30: Nyalam – Zhangmu
Day 31: Zhangmu – Kathmandu.