Tent Peak Climbing

Tent Peak Climbing or Tharpu Peak is a small peak suitable for beginners.

Duration Duration 18 Days
Meals Meals
  • Daily breakfast in Kathmandu and Pokhara
  • 3-times meals in trek and peak climbing
Accommodation Accommodation
  • 5 Night hotels
  • 12-nights eco-lodge
Activites Activities
  • Peak Climbing
  • Trekking
  • Sightseeing
Price Reduced US$ 2380 Price Starts From US$ 2180
Destination Destination
Nepal
Difficulty Difficulty
Difficult
Max. Altitude Max. Altitude
5850 Meter
Activities Activity
Mountaineering
Start and Point Start/End Point
Kathmandu/Kathmandu
Best Season Best Season
March, April, May, Sept, Oct, Nov
Group Size Group Size
2 - 8 People
Transportation Transportation
Private Car and Tourist Bus
Activity Per Day Activity Per Day
6-7 hours trek/climbing

Overview of Tent Peak Climbing

Tharpu Chuli, or Tent Peak Climbing, has considered the snow-clad peak, offering climbers chances to summit the Himalayan peak for their debut peak climbing. Peregrine takes you to this great peak at the heart of Annapurna Sanctuary.

The peak climbing journey is an exciting climb that comprises glacier travel and tip-toeing of knife ridges. The peak climbing offers an unparalleled view of the magnificent Annapurna Region.
Tent Peak Climbing with Peregrine Treks will be the most satisfying experience of your life. Tent Peak Climbing, located on the Annapurna Region’s south side, offers the most nuanced view of sky-touching mountains and undeniably outstanding natural components. Tent Peak Climbing is the perfect choice for everyone, from beginners to experienced climbers. The breathtaking vista of the western mountain ranges will wow you. With a height of more than 5000 meters, Tent Peak Climbing will be your ideal peak climbing option.


Tharpu Chuli or Tent Peak Climbing Highlights

  • Annapurna Massif and spacious glaciers from Tent Peak 5663m
  • Ethnic Gurung culture and warm hospitality
  • Annapurna Sanctuary Trek
  • Annapurna and Machhapuchhre Base Camp
  • Sightseeing in UNESCO World Heritage sites

This region’s flora and fauna will render you helpless. The trials cover thick woodlands and flora from lower to higher elevations. Furthermore, you will have access to a national park or conservation area when climbing Tent Peak. You can also see animals, which adds to the adventure of the ascent.

The views of the hanging glaciers and moraines blanketed by the tallest peaks on the earth will be a marvelous experience in Tent Peak. The peak Climbing lies in the heart of Annapurna Sanctuary, which is enjoyable to climb because first-time climbers are highly recommended to ascend.

The team of the climbers of Sherpa for Tent Peak climbing and experienced climbing guides of the Peregrine Treks & Expedition ensures safety and adventure while you climb hassle-free. The panoramic views of the Annapurna South, Annapurna I, III, V, Machhapuchhre Fishtail Mountain, Himchuli, Singu Chuli, and Gangapurna could be the delights of your climbing of the Tharpu Chuli peaks. Tent Peak Climbing has numerous trails like North-West Ridge, South-East Ridge, and the South-Western face of the peak.

Team Composition for Tent Peak Climbing or Tharpu Chuli

Trekking:  we provide you with a fully experienced trekking guide. Every five members get one assistant guide and one porter for every two members.

Climbing: We provide a license-holder English-speaking climbing guide. We also provide an assistant guide for every five members in the case of a big group. Experienced cooks and necessary Sherpa will go in your group, mostly assistants who will assist in setting up camps during the climb.

This arrangement of staff ensures the safety of every member of the group. If any member becomes sick, our trip will still go ahead with our planning. Please note that the maximum number of members in a group will be 12, an optimum size for a successful trip.

Come and start your peak climbing journey with us. The first peak climbing journey can be initiated from the Tharpu Chuli or the Tent peak, enhancing the spirit of adventure. Create a memory tale of bravery by embarking on the mountaineering hobby with Peregrine Treks & Expedition.

Tent Peak Climbing Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01: Arrival day in Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264 ft)

    Today is your first day in Kathmandu. We will pick you up from the TIA Airport and transport you to Kathmandu’s three-star hotel. Make sure you have all the necessary documentation, so we can take care of everything. You may relax and eat well today. We will be making plans for the next Tent Peak Climbing days on this day.

    Meals: Not Included
    Hotel: Ramada Encore Kathmandu or a similar 3-star hotel

  • Day 02: Kathmandu sightseeing and preparation

    We will tour several historical sites in Kathmandu on this day. Likewise, we will be trying different traditional Nepalese cuisine. Secondly, we will visit Pashupatinath after enjoying a delicious breakfast. As one of Hinduism’s most revered holy places, the spiritual aura of Pashupatinath will invigorate you and fill you with beautiful vibrations. Then we’ll go to “Swaymbhunath,” the Monkey Temple.

    Moreover, the monasteries in this area have an old-world charm. We will go to Kathmandu Durbar Square after shooting photographs and witnessing many cultural elements. The historic temples and the king’s palace will transport you to Nepal’s past. We’ll have fun in Thamel at night. Similarly, we will plan and prepare for the next day for Tent Climbing Peak.

    Meals: Breakfast
    Hotel: Ramada Encore Kathmandu or a similar 3-star hotel

  • Day 3: Kathmandu to Pokhara (823m/2,700ft): 6 hours drive

    We will leave Kathmandu for Pokhara after having the occasional breakfast. A tourist bus or a cab is also an option. Tourist buses will also be less costly than taxis. We’re set for the six-hour drive to Pokhara now that we’ve packed everything. We’ll stop at several rest stops along the trip to Pokhara for food and take in the sights.

    We will reach Pokhara through a route winding through lush mountains. Moreover, we’ll stay in a three-star hotel in Pokhara after reaching Kathmandu and taking in the city’s vibrant nightlife. For Tent Peak Climbing, we will spend the night in Pokhara, having an excellent supper and a good night’s sleep.

    Meals: Breakfast
    Hotel: Teeka Resort or a similar 3-star hotel

  • Day 04: Drive to Nayapul and trek to Ghandruk (1940m/6360 ft): 5-6 hours trek

    After a lovely breakfast, we will take a bus or a jeep trip to Nayapul. Finally, you’ll arrive at the commencement of the Tent Peak Climb. Similarly, this beginning point will bring you to Ghandruk. Furthermore, we will reach Ghandruk (1,940m) and spend the night there after passing through many communities on top of lush scenery.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Hotel: Normal lodge/teahouse accommodation with basic facilities

  • Day 05: Ghandruk to Chhomrong (2170m/7120ft): 6 hours

    After a lovely hearty breakfast, the ascent to Chhomrong from Ghandruk will begin straight upwards. It will take over 6 hours to complete. Furthermore, the uphill challenge becomes more complex as time passes, forcing us to exert more effort. We’ll stop at teahouses and rest stops to refuel and rest. Furthermore, the pure Himalayan scenery will make you completely content.

    Moreover, Amazing historical monasteries will be visible. Stone stairs lead uphill. Occasionally, hundreds of steps will appear at a time. Beautiful services are provided by the teahouses here. Similarly, we will arrive at Chhomrong following a challenging uphill trek. We will spend the night at picturesque Gurung settlements in Chhomrong today.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Hotel: Normal lodge/teahouse accommodation with basic facilities

  • Day 06: Chhomrong to Dobhan (2,600m/8,530ft): 5-6 hours

    Today’s excursion to Dobhan is propelled by a glorious morning and a delicious breakfast. This day’s trek will last around 5 hours and achieve a maximum elevation of around 2,600 meters. The trial would be extravagant and fascinating after the Sinuwa Dada.

    Correspondingly, the Chhomrong to Dobhan trek distance is flanked by ivy, pine, willow, and rhododendron forest, which grows denser around Sinuwa until you reach teahouses and Gurung Villages. We will arrive at Dobhan after a 5- to 6-hour trek. Today, we’ll spend the night in Dobhan observing stars if the weather cooperates.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Hotel: Normal lodge/teahouse accommodation with basic facilities

  • Day 07: Dobhan to Deurali (3,230m/10,597ft): 1 hour 30 mins

    This will be an exciting day for us. We will encounter various fauna and plants as we begin our trip from Dobhan to Deurali. In addition, as we progress from Hinku Khola, we shall pass through lovely villages. Similarly, we shall see intensifying streams as we move through the clouds. With the proper permit and documents, we will also be able to enter Annapurna Conservation Area.

    Moreover, it takes around 2 hours to trek from Dobhan to Deurali, where you may appreciate the rich biodiversity of the Modi Khola and willow jungle. Likewise, we will make our way towards the alpine area; the forest becomes narrower and narrower until they reach the timber row, where you can witness shrubs and desolate terrain. Finally, we will be in Deurali in less than two hours. We’ll spend the night at Deurali today.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Hotel: Normal lodge/teahouse accommodation with basic facilities

  • Day 08: Deurali to Machhapuchre Base Camp (3700m/12135ft): 3-4 hours

    We’ll trek to Macchapuchre Base Camp after enjoying a lovely breakfast at Deurali’s lodges. The trial is going to be incredible. We are greeted with a grin by the snow-capped mountains. In steep rocky areas, we must exercise caution. We’ll make our way to our goal by gradually rising uphill and going through several creeks. Likewise, we will have meals in the teahouses on the way.

    Likewise, Tent Peak Climbing is at this point in its journey. Finally, we will reach Machapuchre Base Camp at 3,695 meters. Moreover, you will spend the night here, taking in the spectacular views of the Multiple Mountains.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Hotel: Normal lodge/teahouse accommodation with basic facilities

  • Day 09: Acclimatization and preparation

    Finally, today is the day to relax and prepare for the next part of the route. The region of Annapurna will put you to the ultimate test. Resting and retaining more strength is crucial for Tent Peak Climbing. This day will evaluate the situation and research the next climbing days.

    Tharpu Chuli Climbing
    Tharpu Chuli Climbing

    We will also rehearse and get a basic understanding of the equipment and gears. Because of the increased height, the next ascent will be a little more complicated. Furthermore, careful planning and preparation will enable us to take advantage of and assess the climbing circumstances. Furthermore, this day will benefit us most in achieving our goal of climbing Tent Peak.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Hotel: Normal lodge/teahouse accommodation with basic facilities

  • Day 10: Machhapuchre Base Camp to Cave Camp (4,250m/13,943ft): 5-6 hours

    We’ll enjoy a delicious breakfast before heading to Cave Camp this morning. Moreover, we’ll go through lovely rhododendron and pine woodland during the hike. We’ll have lunch at one of the teahouses on the route and then trek till we reach Cave Camp, where we’ll stay one night.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Hotel: Normal lodge/teahouse accommodation with basic facilities

  • Day 11: Cave Camp to High Camp (5,200m/17,056 ft): 4-5 hours

    The morning meal will boost our enthusiasm for Tent Peak Climbing. On our day trek, we stroll the glacier with spectacular views of Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchhre, and other mountains. We’ll eat lunch along the route and continue trekking until we reach the high camp to spend the night.

    Tent Peak Climbing at Day time in High Camp
    Tent Peak Climbing at Day time in High Camp

     

    Tharpu Chuli or Tent Peak Climbing at Nighttime
    Tharpu Chuli or Tent Peak Climbing at Nighttime

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Hotel: Normal lodge/tent accommodation with basic facilities

  • Day 12: Summit Tent Peak (Tharpu Chuli), return to high camp: 9-10 hours

    We will ascend to the tent summit after an excellent breakfast in the morning. We also have a lengthy and straight-uphill course to complete on this day. We’ll need additional energy to keep our travel balanced on this day. Furthermore, before the journey, we will be able to transport water bottles and a substantial amount of food. On this day, it’s almost a need to take frequent breaks. After reaching Tent Peak, we will tour the High Camp, return to the Base Camp, and spend one night in the High Camp before returning.

    Ascend to Tharpu Chuli
    Ascend to Tharpu Chuli

     

    Decend from Tharpu Chuli
    Decend from Tharpu Chuli

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Hotel: Normal lodge/tent accommodation with basic facilities

  • Day 13: Tent Peak High Camp to Machapuchhre Base Camp: 4-5 hours

    After a delicious breakfast, we will go to Machhapuchhre from High Camp in the morning. Likewise, we will travel through lovely rhododendron and oak woodland on our trek. We’ll eat lunch on the way and then trek till we reach Machhapuchhre Base Camp, where we’ll stay one night.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Hotel: Normal lodge/teahouse accommodation with basic facilities

  • Day 14: Machapuchhre Base Camp to Bamboo (2310m/7575ft): 6-7 hours

    We’ll be progressively approaching the descent on this day. The 6- to 7-hour trek will take you to roughly 2000 meters. This excursion will be both informative and remarkable. Furthermore, the beautiful splendor of the mountains will delight us. The multiple Himalayas, such as Annapurna and Dhaulagiri, may also be visible. Finally, we’ll arrive at the bamboo and spend the night there.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Hotel: Normal lodge/teahouse accommodation with basic facilities

  • Day 15: Bamboo to Jhinu Dada (1760m/5770 ft): 6-7 hours trek

    We will trek through the Annapurna Region’s thickly urbanized settlements on this day. Likewise, we will go to Jhinu dada after breakfast. You will be awestruck by the pine vegetation and dramatic mountain panorama. We’ll also stop for lunch along the route before continuing our trek. Moreover, we will arrive at Jhinu Dada after a 6- to 7-hour trek and spend the night there.

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
    Hotel: Normal lodge/teahouse accommodation with basic facilities

  • Day 16: Jhinu Dada to Naya Pul, drive to Pokhara: 6 hours trek, 1 hour drive

    We’ll make our way to Nayapul from Jhinu Dada. We’ll stop for lunch and see the gorgeous village as we move via picturesque communities and monasteries. We’ll leisurely travel towards Pokhara after arriving at Nayapul, where we’ll spend the night. We will spend the evening in Pokhara touring and sightseeing if we have enough time.

    Meals: Breakfast and Lunch
    Hotel: Teeka Resort or a similar 3-star hotel

  • Day 17: Drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu: 6 hours

    We’ll be heading for Kathmandu morning after a very gratifying night in a three-star hotel in Pokhara. The tourist bus will securely transport us to Kathmandu. The steep roads will take about 6 hours to drive. On the way, we’ll stop for some food. Today, we will spend the night in Kathmandu and enjoy a small farewell party in Thamel.

    Meals: Breakfast and farewell dinner
    Hotel: Ramada Encore Kathmandu or a similar 3-star hotel

  • Day 18: Final departure

    We will be able to drop you off at the airport with the necessary documentation and tickets. After breakfast, we will pick you up in our car and securely drop you off at the airport. Furthermore, you can safely return home or on your next excursion.

    Meals: Breakfast


Includes/Excludes

What's included

    • Airport pick up and drop and transfer to hotel
    • Guided sightseeing in Kathmandu valley
    • Hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara, teahouses for trekking, and tented accommodation for climbing
    • Meals during the trekking and climbing period
    • All ground transportation as per our itinerary
    • All necessary staff with experienced English-speaking climbing guide, cook, assistant climbing leader (5 trekkers 1 assistant guide), and Sherpa porters
    • All necessary paperwork like trekking permits and climbing permit
    • Down jacket, four seasonal sleeping bags, Trekking duffel bag, t-shirt, and trekking map (down jacket and sleeping bag have to return after trip completion)
    • Mountaineering camping and climbing equipment high-quality equipment like North Face or Mountain Hardwar tents, mattresses, and kitchen equipment
    • Travel and rescue arrangements provide
    • Welcome and farewell dinner
    • Exclusive Medical Kit Bag
    • All government and local taxes

What is excluded

    • Nepal Visa fee
    • International airfare
    • Excess baggage charges
    • Accommodation and meals in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, and or early return from the mountain for any reason.
    • Altitude chamber or oxygen
    • Travel and rescue insurance
    • Personal climbing equipment
    • Personal climbing guide on your request
    • Personal expenses like phone calls, laundry, bar bills, mineral/boiled water, shower, etc
    • Tips for trekking and climbing crew member

Accommodation

We will pick you up from the airport and drive you to one of Kathmandu’s most beautiful three-star hotels. Within Kathmandu city, you will find even more great services. Breakfast, brunch, and supper are all included in the package. You will be glad about the hot showers, internet connection, pleasant rooms, and significant setting. Similarly, on the drive to Pokhara, we’ll eat some snacks and stop at several rest stops. After that, we’ll begin our Annapurna Region Tent Peak Climbing. As the altitude rises, you will see traditional Nepali communities.

Moreover, we’ll stop at many teahouses to rest and refuel. We will arrange for you to stay in some of the top teahouses in the Annapurna Region during the climb. These teahouses provide traditional Nepalese cuisine, energizing us during the ascent. The bedrooms will be fantastic, with two mattresses in one room, blankets, and pillows. The restrooms, likewise, are well-ventilated and straightforward to use. In these teahouses, everything will be clean. Additionally, you can access the internet despite being at a greater altitude. In addition, we’ll make stops in both Ghandruk and Deurali.

Meals such as breakfast, lunch, and supper are included in this tour. You are welcome to take some of the goods and items. Furthermore, we will be camping and having a great time in the Himalayas on the crest of Tent Peak Climbing. Secondly, we’ll provide water bottles that cost less than a dollar. Finally, even at the most significant altitude, Peregrine Treks’ Accommodation and meals services will be exceptional and beyond your expectations.


Route Map

Tent Peak Climbing Map

Departure Dates

We have daily departures for private trips, so we recommend booking it according to your schedule. We do not need a minimum group size for the private trip and won’t charge additional charges for a solo traveler.

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    Essential Information

    Best time for Tent Peak Climbing

    Climbing to the top of a tent peak is doable at any time. Before Tent Peak Climbing, it is sometimes necessary to understand the weather and the surrounding area.

    Spring Season

    March, April, and May are the months that make up the spring season. During Tent Peak Climbing this season, you will get a spectacular vista of numerous Himalayas. Similarly, daytime temperatures will be between 10 to 12 degrees Celsius, while nighttime temperatures will be below 1 degree Celsius. Furthermore, the vibrant plants and wildlife add to the adventure. You should also bring shorts. During the day, temperatures may soar higher than average, which might be a problem.
    Moreover, this is the best time for Tent Peak Climbing. Annapurna’s spectacular mountain vistas and its natural components Reflect the significance of trekking during the Spring Season. The clear blue skies and the epic view of mountain ranges will amaze you to the maximum.

    Autumn Season

    Tent Peak Climbing will be best during September, October, and November. Autumn lasts for three months. Similarly, this place receives warm air this season, accompanied by many magnificent flowers. The deciduous tree scenery gobsmacks you. The daytime temperature will be about 18 degrees Celsius, while the nighttime temperature will be around 3 degrees Celsius. There will be relatively little rain during this season, making climbing easier. Teahouses and trials may become more difficult to traverse if many people are around. The problem from Bamboo to Jhinu Dada is also primarily covered with flowers and deep oak trees.

    Summer Season (Monsoon)

    The trek is more exciting during June, July, and August. Trekkers who appreciate the challenge of Tent Peak Climbing will enjoy this season. Temperatures will range from 5 to 15 degrees Celsius at night. Due to the rain and strange clouds, Tent Peak Climbing is even more exciting. During this season, there will be fewer customers, and you may be able to get teahouse discounts.

    Furthermore, you will be treated to a stunning glimpse of the surrounding countryside and mountains following the rain. The road to Chhomrong village is a little hilly, but it provides a beautiful clear view. You can carry shorts and half a t-shirt for daytime trekking as sometimes the temperature gradually increases.

    Winter Season

    December, January, and February are the coldest months of the year. The Annapurna Region will have very few visitors during this time of year. Due to the low numbers, every teahouse will be accessible during Tent Peak Climbing. However, flights and other products will be less expensive during this season. The heavy snowfall and cold weather might be challenging to deal with during this time of year. Snowy mountains look majestic; some trekkers usually prefer Tent Peak Climbing during winter.
    Moreover, there won’t be any rain this season, either. During the day, the temperature will be about -8 to -10 degrees Celsius, while it will be around -15 degrees Celsius at night. The trail is covered with snow from Macchapuchre Base Camp to High Camp. You will be frozen by the frigid wind coming from High Camp’s north. This season is beautiful and thrilling for trekkers who adore climbing in a snowy settings.

    The difficulty level of Tent Peak Climbing

    Tent Peak Climbing is rated 2c by the Nepal Mountaineering Association. It’s a medium-difficulty level. It is accessible to everyone, from novice hikers to seasoned trekkers. The difficulty level of Tent Peak Climbing, on the other hand, is determined by a variety of circumstances which are as follows;

    Altitude Sickness

    You’ll inevitably have altitude sickness when you’re over maximum height during climbing. The path from Macchapuchre to Tent Peak is at a maximum elevation of more than 5000m during Tent Peak Climbing. You may get Altitude Sickness when ascending this route. A significant risk of altitude sickness exists at the highest elevations. Fever, headaches, and nausea are all typical symptoms that can be challenging. As a result, you’ll have to drink plenty of water to stay nourished. Consuming meals and beverages that offer energy will be more helpful. There’s a reasonable risk of getting altitude sickness, but we’ll aid you if you need it.

    Physical Fitness

    You’ll come across a lot of steep slopes during Tent Peak Climbing. Similarly, sufficient physical and mental condition is required to climb these challenging uphills. You can mount even the steepest slopes effortlessly because of your body’s suppleness. You must first train and exercise before climbing. Fitness needs many-body regimens targeting all your body’s major muscle groups. With proper breathing regulation and a masculine physique, climbing will be more enjoyable. It will be hard for you during Tent Peak Climbing without appropriate physical fitness.

    Distance and Duration

    We’ll be trekking for 6-7 hours each day at a high altitude for 17 days. Climbers must inform our staff if they have any pre-existing medical issues. Furthermore, carrying a backpack weighing 20 to 25 pounds while hiking will be tricky for inexperienced hikers. So, before Tent Peak Climbing, you’ll need serious training and get your muscles in shape. This trek will cover around 35 to 40 kilometers, which is quite far. However, if we overcome the challenges, this trekking will be an exceedingly exciting experience for you.

    Weather and Temperature

    The Tent Peak Climbing Weather changes will almost certainly affect climbing. Tent Peak is best climbed in the spring and fall since each season has its unique weather set. During these two seasons, the daytime temperature will be approximately 20 degrees Celsius, while the overnight temperature will be below 3 degrees Celsius.

    The ascent will be more demanding during the monsoon season, which runs from April to June. Due to the lack of vision, climbing will be difficult. The slopes around Bamboo and Cave Camp will be pretty slippery. Likewise, it will be challenging during the cold months. The massive snowfall and severely low temperatures will also be problematic throughout the winter. You may reach Tent Peak Climbing with the right equipment and leave all impediments behind.

    Types of equipment for Tent Peak Climbing

    Trekking poles

    Trekking poles are handy for ascending Tent Peak. It will benefit you much from the modest force it generates from the ground to the body.

    Transceiver

    This transceiver is one of the most critical tools for Tent Peak Climbing. Avalanches may kill or seriously injure trekkers. As a result, to determine the current state of the ground and the density of the snow, it’s crucial to have a transceiver.

    Crampons

    Crampons are essential for tent peak climbing. Make sure you’re getting suitable crampons. Crampons that are adequate for the task will make climbing considerably easier.

    Carabiners

    Carabiners aid in the connection of ropers in specific ways. It also aids in the arrangement of your belongings or small luggage.

    Waist Leash

    It facilitates the connection of several ropes linked to bags and the body. It also aids in the ascent of steep uphills.

    Ice Axe

    It aids with clearing the path by crushing down ice crystals and allowing you to grip onto anything during tent peak climbing.

    Single Boots or Double Boots

    Both boots assist you in keeping your grip when uphill and descending.

    Hardshell jackets

    Hardshell jackets have an outer layer that keeps you warm and protects you from the chilly wind.

    Gloves

    Gloves help keep your hands warm and safe from the cold during Tent Peak Climbing.

    Headlamp

    You’ll need headlights during Tent Peak Climbing at night or in hazy conditions to see what’s happening.

    Sleeping Bag

    Camping and obtaining a good night’s sleep necessitate using a sleeping bag.

    Climbing Bag

    You’ll also be carrying a bag full of equipment and extras. As a result, you’ll need to get this bag to convey it safely.

    Climbing Helmet

    Tent Peak Climbing, climbing becomes a little more complicated when you reach a greater level. Climbing Helmets are required to protect your head from damage if boulders or stones tumble down.

    Ski Glasses

    Ski glasses provide excellent vision. It also shields you from the sun and rain. Similarly, keeping your eyes secure from snow and light is essential. Ski glasses are a must-have item for Tent peak climbing.

    Woolen Caps

    During chilly weather, woolen hats keep you warm.

    Accessory Cord

    An accessory cord is highly helpful for enhancing your ascent. It facilitates the appropriate connection of various objects. The extra cord length should be sufficient.

    Related Article:

    Nepal Peak Climbing Gear List

    Why Climb with Peregrine Treks?

    You will have the unique opportunity to climb with peregrine treks during your vacation to Nepal. You may come upon a serious problem while climbing. Our professionals will be there to assist you at all times. If anything happens, the emergency services will be willing to serve. Furthermore, when you leave Nepal, you will have many valuable memories. Similarly, Peregrine Trek will be ahead of the game regarding hotels, food, and taking care of all the necessary details. Consequently, most climbers from all over the globe prefer to climb with Peregrine Treks because we have been providing these exceptional services for over 30 years.

    Moreover, Peregrine Affiliated guides have undergone extensive training and have a profound grasp of all aspects of the tour. They are excellent partners and function well under tension. These guides will then be your power during your expedition. Similarly, our services will exceed your expectations from the start to the completion of the excursion.

    We’ll keep moving forward by ensuring everyone’s safety and security. Similarly, our services will surprise you while Tent Peak Climbing. Trekking with us is a lot of fun and completely memorable. As a result, there are several benefits to hiking with Peregrine Treks. We will always be there to help you positively, from gaining a profound understanding and thoughts about the Annapurna Region to gaining spectacular peak prior experience during Tent Peak Climbing.


    Frequently Asked Questions

    No, the completion time will be exactly 18 days. In some circumstances, it might be a one or two-day wait, although this is unusual.

    The difficulty level of Tent Peak Climbing is moderate.

    We’ll take care of setting up the necessary equipment. You are welcome to bring food and water bottles if you like.

    The maximum height of Tent Peak Climbing is around 5663m.

    During Tent Peak Climbing, you will ascend to above 5000 meters. As a result, altitude sickness is probable.

    The hiking packages will include meals and accommodation. Both the food and the lodging services will surprise you.

    You may get through the Annapurna Conservation Area with the permit.

    You can witness additional Himalayan peaks such as Dhaulagiri, Himchuli, and Annapurna.

    Yes, we have professional guides and porters to provide you with the best possible service.

    Tent Peak Climbing is best done in the spring and autumn.

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    The best experience we had with Peregrine was the whole tour of the Annapurna Base Camp Trek was tailor-made for our requirements; all our requests were reviewed, discussed, and accepted and, in some instances, with a better recommendation.

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