Mount Tilicho Expedition: 7,134 meters (23,406 feet)

Mount Tilicho Expedition: 7,134 meters (23,406 feet)​


World Highest situateed lake which offers breath taking views. Tilicho Peak is a challenging but straightforward climb. Tilicho Peak Base Camp sits on the shore of the aqua-blue Tilicho Lake.Tilicho Peak is technically interesting as the standard route via the northwest shoulder has mix of rock and ice leading up to steep snowfields.Tilicho Peak has little objective danger because the shoulder is very wide.The summit view is breathtaking: Annapurna massif, Dhaulagiri, Tibetan plateau and below, the deepest valley in the world the Kali Gandaki valley and Tilicho Lake.
Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu
Day 02: Checking of equipment and travel briefing
Day 03: Drive to Besisahar, 820m-7 hrs.
Day 04: Walk from Besisahar to Ngadi, 1000m, 6 hrs.
Day 05: Trek from Ngadi to Jagat, 1350m, 6 hours.
Day 06: Jagat-Dharapani trek, 1943m, 5 hrs.
Day 07: Drive from Dharapani to Chame, 2713m, 6hrs.
Day 08: Ride from Chame to Pisang, 3185m, 6hrs.
Day 09: Trek from Pisang to Manang, 3500m, 6 a.m. Day 10: Trek from Manang to Khangsar, 3730m, 6 a.m.
Day 11: Walk from Khangsar to Lake Tilicho, 4900m, 4hrs.
Day 12: Tilicho Lake via Mesokanto Pass, 5315m, Tilicho Base Camp, 5400m, 5 hrs.
Day 13: 13-26 Climbing Tilicho Peak Season, 7134m
Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Day 27: Tilicho Base Camp via Mesokanto Pass, 5315m, Namu Kharka.
Day 27: Tilicho Base Camp via Mesokanto Pass, 5315m, Namu Kharka.
Day 28: Namu Kharka to Jomsom, Overnight at the hotel
Day 29: Fly to Pokhara and relax for the rest of the day.
Day 30: Fly to Kathmandu, check in at the hotel
Day 31: Kathmandu Free Day, Expedition Celebration Dinner
Day 32: Departure 


The Mount Tilicho expedition costs €6900 per person and covers most things you need for the climb. Here’s what’s included:

  • Permits and paperwork: all necessary permits to climb Manaslu are included.
  • Transportation: you’ll be transported by private bus within Nepal.
  • Accommodation: you’ll get hotel stays in Kathmandu, teahouses during the trek, and tents at Base Camp.
  • Meals: all meals during the expedition are included, with vegetarian options.
  • Guides and support: experienced Sherpa guides will lead you, along with a cooking and porter team.
  • Equipment: tents, cooking gear, safety equipment (ropes, ice axes, etc.) are all provided for the climb.
  • Porter service: porters will help carry your essential gear during the trek.

Some things to note:

  • Flights to and from Nepal are not included.
  • You’ll need to get your own visa (they can help with advice).
  • You need to bring your own climbing clothes and gear (sleeping bag, jacket, boots). They’ll provide a detailed list.
  • You’ll need your own travel insurance.
  • Extra expenses include meals in Kathmandu, personal items, drinks, hot water at lodges, and tips for the Nepali team. There’s also a departure tax at the airport.