Tent Peak Climbing

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Trip Duration

21 Days

Nature of Trip

Climbing

Maximum Altitude

5663m

Difficulty Grade

Challenging

Start & End Point

Kathmandu/Kathmandu

Best Seasons

Sep- Nov & Mar- May

Meals

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Transportation

Car

Accommodation

Guest House / Tents

Overview of Tent Peak Climbing

Tent Peak Climbing (5663m)  is an adventure climbing peak in western Nepal. The tent peak is also known as the Tharpu Chuli. The Tent Peak climbing trip offers fabulous views of the snow-peaked Annapurna conservation area, including Mt. Annapurna (8091m), Dhaulagiri (8167m), Fishtail, Hiunchuli, Shigu Chuli, and Gangapurna. The famous route heads through the North-West ridge.

The adventurous climbing season starts in March, April, May, June, July, September, October, and November. We suggest climbing 2024 and 2025 of the year. Offers: We provide information, a climbing guide, Climbing gear, an itinerary, the best price / Cost, and Permits for every year. Contact us through email, WhatsApp at + 977-9851033819, Skype: dambar.khadka82 now the years 2024 and 2025.

However, The Tent Peak climbing is joined with the most popular trekking trail – Annapurna Sanctuary Trek. It goes through the dense forest of Oak, pine, and rhododendron forests in the Annapurna Conservation Area. The ethnic communities entice and refresh climbers for the trip. Walking on the rocky trails helps maintain climbers’ physicality and acclimatization. The areas are rich in flora and fauna too. It goes through the terraced rice fields, streams, and stunning geography.


It brings trekkers close to the culture and lifestyle of rural settled by Nepali people. Climbers pass several ridges and steep glaciers from the base camp. It is challenging and technical. Climbing guides inform you about the knowledge of specialized gears and their proper use. The best season to climb Tent peaks starts from March to May, and September to December are the best seasons for climbing Tent peaks and further expeditions.


The Tent Peak climbing trips start and end at Kathmandu, the city of Lakes, west of Kathmandu. Reaching the Annapurna Base Camp, it heads towards the high camp of Tent Peak. The Boundless Adventure Company leads your climbing Tent peak with a dedicated climbing team. We provide skilled and experienced Tent peak climbing guides, gears, equipment, a Tent Peak climbing itinerary, and appropriate information. Please, contact us for more details about the Tent Peak climbing trip in Nepal.


Tent Peak Climbing Equipment

Boundless Adventure arranges tent peak climbing equipment from Kathmandu. But let us know what equipment you have because the cost of tent peak climbing also depends on the equipment. We are happy to share our experience and get some of your ideas.

Itinerary of Tent Peak Climbing

Day
01

Day: 01 Pick up at Kathmandu airport (1345meters).

Day
02

Day: 02 Full day Kathmandu valley sightseeing.(option)

Day
03

Day: 03 Drive/Fly to Pokhara. 6 hours.

Day
04

Day: 04 Drive an hour to Nayapul and trek to Tikhedunga.

Day
05

Day: 05 Trek to Ghorepani, (2800meters) 5-6 hrs.

Day
06

Day: 06 Trek to Tadapani, (2650meters) 5-6hrs.

Day
07

Day: 07 Trek to Chomrong (2117meters) 4-5 hours.

Day
08

Day: 08 Trek to Himalaya Hotel (2800meters) 5-6 hours.

Day
09

Day: 09 Trek to Annapurna Base Camp (4130meters) 6 hours.

Day
10

Day: 10 Acclimatization day.

Day
11

Day: 11 Trek to Tent Peak Base Camp (4450m): 5 hrs.

Day
12

Day: 12 Trek to High Camp (5200m): 5 hrs.

Day
13

Day: 13 Summiting Tent Peak, Return to Base Camp: 6 hrs.

Day
14

Day: 14 Trek back to Bamboo (2400meters) 5 hours.

Day
15

Day: 15 Trek to Jhinudanda (1780m) 6 hours.

Day
16

Day: 16 Trek to Pothana at (2100m) 5 hours.

Day
17

Day: 17 Trek to Phedi at (900m): -3 hours and 30 minutes drive to Pokhara.

Day
18

Day: 18 Sightseeing around Pokhara.

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Day: 19 Drive or fly back to Kathmandu.

Day
20

Day: 20 Leisure day in Kathmandu.

Day
21

Day: 21 Final Departure.

What's Included?

  • Airport picks up and drops by car/van/bus.
  • Highly experienced, helpful and friendly Trekking and climbing guide, porters (1 porter for 2 pax) their food, accommodation, salary, insurance, and equipment.
  • Annapurna Conservation Area Entry Permit and Peak climbing Permit.
  • TIMS card.
  • All Government taxes
  • All ground transportation from beginning to end.
  • Per person, one Trekking / Climbing map.
  • Pokhara Hotel 2 nights.

What's Excluded?

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