Mount Cho Oyu is the sixth-highest mountain in the world with an altitude of 8201m. The Cho Oyu mountain is an easier mountain climb other than the 8000m mountains. Because Cho Oyo is situated in Nepal and Tibet, this expedition starts from Kathmandu with the days allocated with the necessary paper works and the permits before heading into Tibet. From Kathmandu to Cho Oyu Basecamp, the journey can be done via a flight to Lasha or via land through Rasuwagadhi Boarder. The Cho Oyu expedition is technically straightforward, accessible, and safe to climb.
The first mountain climber of Cho Oyu was Herbert Tichy, Joseph Jochler, and Sherpa pasang lama on October 19, 1954, during an Austrian expedition. And now many Expedition teams have successfully reached the on its summit. From the summit of Cho Oyu, the view of mount Everest, Nuptse, Chamlang, and Ama Dablam are breathtaking moments for climbers.
Destination: Mount Cho Oyu Expedition
Group Size: Min. 1, Max. 10 person
Maximum altitude: 8201m
Grade: Mountaineering Expedition
Accommodation Hotel and Camping
Duration: 44 Days
- Day 01:Arrive in Kathmandu
- Day 02:preparation of tibet Entry visa.
- Day 03:Rest day in Kathmandu
- Day 04:Drive to Zhangmu
- Day 05:Drive to Nyalam
- Day 06:Drive to Tringri
- Day 07:Drive to Cho Oyu Base camp.
- Day 08:Preparation day for advance base camp
- Day 09:( 9-11days) Climbing period of Advance base camp.
- Day 12:(12-38days) Climb period of Mount Cho Oyu
- Day 39:(39-41days) Return back to Cho Oyu base camp
- Day 42:Drive back to Tringri
- Day 43:Drive back to Nyalam
- Day 44:Drive back to Zhangmu
- Day 45:Drive back to Kathmandu
- Day 1Arrive in KathmanduFull-day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu valleys such as Swayambu Nath Temple, Durbar square, Bouddha, and Pashupati Temple.
- Day 2preparation of tibet Entry visa. Preparation of the Tibet entry visa, expedition, and expedition briefing.
- Day 3Rest day in Kathmandu Rest the day in Kathmandu and pack the equipment require in expedition periods.
- Day 4Drive to ZhangmuEarly Morning after having Breakfast, drive to Zhangmu and overnight up to the hill of the Tibetan border.
- Day 5Drive to NyalamThis day will probably be a short trip because of the high hill mountain road. and overnight in the guest house.
- Day 6Drive to TringriAfter arriving in Tingri you can find the views of the mountain across the grassy plains.
- Day 7Drive to Cho Oyu Base camp.Cho Oyu Base camp is also known as the Chinese Base camp. after arriving at Cho Oyu base camp our team will help to establish the base camp and overnight in camp.
- Day 8Preparation day for advance base campPrepare all the equipment needed in the advanced base camp and rest overnight in camp.
- Day 9( 9-11days) Climbing period of Advance base camp.With all the required equipment carried by yaks climb towards the Advance base camp which takes 2 days to reach. rest of the prepare next equipment and enjoy the drinks in camp.
- Day 12(12-38days) Climb period of Mount Cho OyuOur expedition team will control the daily routine of the expedition about establishing the camp at different levels of altitude required for the rest.
- Day 39(39-41days) Return back to Cho Oyu base campBeing responsible people, we do care about protecting the environment. so we start some trash collection programs during our return period.
- Day 42Drive back to Tringridrive back from lower base camp to Tingri and overnight in hotels.
- Day 43Drive back to NyalamDrive back from Tingri to Nyalam.
- Day 44Drive back to ZhangmuDrive from Nyalam and cross the border and enter Nepal.
- Day 45Drive back to KathmanduDrive back to Kathmandu and enjoy the dinner organized by our team.
- Applicable only for Expedition through Southern Route
- Flight to Lhasa Airport from Katmandu, & back after an expedition.
- Porters/Yaks to carry equipment and food to BC & back.
- Full board accommodation en route to/from Base camp.
- One head Climbing guide/Sardar.
- Cook & kitchen boys at BC.
- Experienced & skillful High Altitude Climbing Sherpa (One Sherpa for two Clients)
- POISK Oxygen (08 bottles per client & 06 per Sherpa).
- Mask & regulator mask set (must be returned after the Expedition).
- Highly preferable meals at BC with complete hot drinks & normal beverages.
- Exported High altitude food for higher camps (ready-to-eat food).
- Best quality Tents at BC single or twin sharing as per the client's desire.
- All necessary kitchen equipment.
- Best quality Dining tent with enough no of tables & chairs, plus inside the tent, we
- will set Gas Heaters to make the Dinning hall enough warm.
- Complete carpeting inside the dining tent.
- Comfortable & portable wooden toilet at the base camp.
- A nice portable wooden shower room with hot water at the base camp.
- High-quality high altitude tents for above-BC use.
- Necessary climbing hardware gears with fixed ropes.
- Enough EPI (high altitude) gases with burners for higher camps use.
- Oxygen with the regulator set for medical purposes.
- Radio walkie-talkie set to each client with base station & permits cost.
- Satellite phone for emergency purposes ($ 4 chargeable for a personal call).
- Generator/solar panel with accessories for recharging & power supply purpose.
- Gammon bag for medical purposes.
- Insurance of all local team members.
- All airport/hotel transfers.
- Day tour program around KTM.
- Celebration meal & pre-briefing.
- Expedition blessing Puja arrangement at Katmandu and Base camp.
- Last but most important COMPLETE SETUP INTERM/MIDDLE CAMP with Sleeping bags,
- sleeping mattress, food & drinking stuff & cooking crew.
- Service of Local Climbing Sherpas
- Pumori Permit including Liaison Officer
- Kathmandu Accommodation
- Expedition cargo charge
- Fully catered trek to Base Camp and back
- Base Camp food
- Personal insurance (Suggested to have evacuation policy as well)
- Nepal visa
- Major meals in Kathmandu.
- Personal climbing gears.
- Personal nature’s expenses.
- Cost of emergency evacuation
Mt. Tilicho Expedition's safety and the well-being of our groups are of paramount importance to us. All of our trips are led by qualified professional Expedition guides and Sherpas who are well-trained by our Government. Our job is to ensure your comfort and safety as we take you where you want to go because your holiday is ours. In this regard, we work honestly and effectively to provide you with the Himalayan experience that suits your interest. We encourage you to question us freely and contribute in the planning stages of your adventure in the trekking period