The Island Peak Climbing II in Nepal is probably the most popular trekking peak. It is suitable for the novice climbers as well. This particular package is created to avoid the excessive fatigue after the gruesome peak climbing. Climbers will get the chance to avoid the return walking trip via helicopter tour to Lukla. It is scientific as well time – cost saving.
Island Peak (6160m) is a standout amongst the most famous climbing crests in Nepal. This trek offers an amazing chance to climb Island crest (6160m) together with an energizing trek to the Everest Base Camp (5357m) and Kalapattar (5550m). The summit of the Island crest offers splendid perspectives of the mammoth Mt.Everest, Makalu, and Lhotse.
The trek begins at Lukla in the wake of flying from Kathmandu (Nepal’s Capital) to Lukla. We trek up the Dudh Kosi valley from Lukla, going through Namche and Tengboche on our approach to Kalapathar and Everest Base Camp. In the wake of being refreshed and feeling physically fit and acclimatized, we at that point head up the wonderful Imja Khola valley towards Island Peak.
Other than trekking experience, we likewise get the chance to witness unblemished Sherpa towns and tranquil religious communities. Island Peak situated over the Chhukhung ice sheet between Ama Dablam and Lhotse Mountains. We begin the Island Peak Climbing either from the base camp at 5,087 meters called Pareshaya Gyab or from the High Camp at around 5,600 meters (18,400 ft.
Base camp to high camp is essentially a climb yet simply above high camp, some rough strides require direct scrambling and up through a wide open ravine. At the highest point of the crevasse, icy mass travel starts and continues up to a precarious snow and ice slant. From here, repaired ropes might be set by the aides for the strenuous rising of about 100 meters (330 ft) to the summit edge.
The move to the summit is to some degree troublesome because of ridge climbing. The splendid perspectives from the summit, the goliath mountains, Nuptse (7,879m), Lhotse (8,501m), Lhotse Middle Peak (8,410m) and Lhotse Shar (8,383m) influence a semi to hover in the north. After summit the Island Peak, we return down to Dingboche. Thereafter the next phase of tour starts. A physically fit and acclimatized individual is very much fit the bill to make a summit over this Peak.
Join this thrilling adventurous Island peak climbing II expedition with the licensed climbing crew of Nepal Hiking Himalaya Treks & Expedition to witness the extravagant beauty of the prolific Himalayas. We assure to make this climbing experience the best of your life.