Bokta Peak climbing is one of the most challenging peak in Nepal which is located in the heart of Kanchenjunga region. Bokta Peak demands the necessary skill of mountaineering and climbing before you go to climb Bokta Peak ( 6143 m)
Bokta Peak climbing is one of the most challenging peak in Nepal which is located in the heart of Kanchenjunga region. Bokta Peak demands the necessary skill of mountaineering and climbing before you go to climb Bokta Peak ( 6143 m) . If you have already experience in climbing and mountaineering this would be new challenge to increase your level. Only the serious mountaineers with good physical condition can dare to scale the summit.
To reach the Bokta Peak we have to go long way to Kanchenjunga region which is still unspoiled and off beat track explored by minimum number of visitor annually though number is increasing now days. An adventurous walk through Tamor river valley goes towards Kanchenjunga Base Camp first and then crosses Lapsang-La pass after that we can reach the base camp of challenging Bokta Peak.
It’s very essential to be acclimatized and get use to with high altitude before we head towards summit. Altitude sickness and possible inconvenience can ruin the expedition thus we have to be careful about that issue. Brief briefing is made before departure from Kathmandu for Bokta peak climbing.
The western face of Bokta is steep and technical then eastern side has no straightforward route. The regular route goes through the col to the north of the mountain. The route follows the snowy slope from under the right shoulder to the summit. Hence the slope is gradually steep and ultimate rock fall could occur.
Bokta Peak climbing offers you off beat track trek in the semi restricted Kanchenjunga region where there are many things still unexplored. Rai, Limbu & Sherpa culture can be observed during trekking before expedition. We trek all the way to Kanchenjunga Base Camp at 5200 m altitude and come back to beautiful village Ghunsha at 3500 m then we cross the pass called Lapsang-La to reach Bokta Peak.
On your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, you will be met and welcomed by our airport representative. You will be greeted traditionally with flower garlands. The representative will then take you to your hotel where you will be served welcome drinks. In the afternoon, you can take a stroll around and visit shops, restaurants. Stay overnight at the hotel.
Free day in Kathmandu for preparation of the trip. Checking your climbing equipment, and discussing the climb with the climbing/trekking guide. Stay overnight at hotel in Kathmandu.
Morning scenic flight Kathmandu to Bhadrapur. From Bhadrapur drive to Illam. The Illam is a beautiful hill which is renown Tea Garden in Nepal. You can test fresh organic tea here. Overnight at Illam hotel.
After breakfast scenic drive to Taplegung. The town also has direct bus connection to the Kathmandu.After half and hour walk from Taplegung bazaar you will reach Suketar. The Suketar has a airstrip. On Nepal airlines make flight one week twice. But flight can cancel several days because of weather.O/n at Mountain Lodge.
Trek from Taplejung (1820m.) to Sinwa (980 m) takes approximately 6 hours. Stay overnight in lodge/tea house.
Trek from Amjilosa to Gyable (2730 m) takes about seven hours. The trail is quite flat in the beginning and gently ascends to Gyable passing through the jungle. Human settlements are visible at Gyable. People living here follow the Buddhist culture. 7 hrs walking.Stay overnight in lodge/tea house.
Trek from Lelep to Amjilosa (2308m.) takes about five hours. The first one and half-hour you trek through normally flat land. Then your trail is a steep ascent up to Amjilasa. Amjilassa is a small village with a few houses and yak herds with local shops where you find minimal supplies. 4 hrs walking. Stay overnight in lodge/tea house.
Trek from Amjilosa to Gyable (2730 m) takes about seven hours. The trail is quite flat in the beginning and gently ascends to Gyable passing through the jungle. Human settlements are visible at Gyable. People living here follow the Buddhist culture. Stay overnight in lodge/tea house.
Trek from Gyable to Ghunsa (3468m.) takes about six hours. Your trail passes through a dense green jungle. You can see Gunsa River down the trail. The trail passes through a few human settlements and it is clearly visible that their life style and culture has been inherited from Tibet. Stay overnight in lodge/tea house.
Trek from Ghunsa to Kambachen (4124m.) takes about seven hours. The trail makes a gradual ascent along the south bank of the Gunsa Khola, then crosses a boulder strewn flood plain and cross back to Rambuk Kharka on the north side of the river. O/n at Mountain Lodge.
Trek from Kambachen to Lhonak (4780m.) takes about seven hours. The trail climbs gradually through open rocky fields to Ramtang at 4240m, then across moraines north-west of the Kanchenjunga Glacier. Lhonak, at 4790m, is near a dry lake bed on an open, sandy plain; water is scarce here. There are no houses, but you can camp among the large boulders to get out of the wind. Terrific mountain views abound in all directions. 7 hrs walking. O/n at Mountain Lodge.
Trek from Lhonak to Pangpema (5152m.) takes about four hours. From Lhonak, the trail ascends gradually across the plain, and then gets a bit steeper as it follows the moraine. The views are dramatic, but you cannot see Kanchenjunga or Wedge Peak until you are near Peng Pema. The spectacular main peak of Kanchenjunga, and a panorama of other peaks that make up one of the largest mountain masses in the world, tower over the single roofless hut at Pang Pema. O/n at Mountain Lodge.
Trek from Pangpema to Kanchanjunga (North) Base Camp (5280m.) and then back to Lhonak takes approximately six hours. Here you can enjoy the snow capped mountains and the Kanchenjunga glacier. O/n at mountain Lodge.
Trek from Tseram to Yamphudin (2090m.) takes about nine hours. The first part of the trail goes along the bank of the river Simbua Khola. You have to walk through a dense jungle. On the way, you can see the effects of a landslide at some places. The trails normally ascend up to Lamite Bhanjyang and then descend to Yamphudin crossing a small river. Yamphudin is a mixed community of Sherpas, Limbus, Rais and Gurungs. Overnight a mountain lodge