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, Dinner

Transportation

Car

Accommodation

Guest House / Tents

Highlight for Tent Peak Climbing 2024 and 2025

  • Tent Peak is a famous climbing peak in the Annapurna region.
  • It is also known as the Tharpu Chuli.
  • Tent Peak Summit offers fabulous views of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Himchuli, and Fishtail range.
  • The Tent Peak climbing trip is joined through Annapurna Trail.

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, Tent Peak climbing is joined by 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 closer to the culture and lifestyle of rural areas settled by Nepali people. From the base camp, climbers pass several ridges and steep glaciers. 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 is 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

Boundless Adventure carefully designed an 18-day itinerary for the Tent Peak Climbing. The journey to Tent Peak climbing begins with a scenic drive or flight to Pokhara. The itinerary involves one day of acclimatization. Tikhedunga, Ghorepani, Tadapani, Chomrong, Himalayan Hotel, Annapurna Base Camp, Tent Peak Base Camp, and High Camp are the camping points from Pokhara until the final destination.

The expedition to Tent Peak climbing takes you through the breathtaking Annapurna Conservation area. We admit that every climber is unique, with their own set of preferences and requirements. We offer a customizable itinerary facility to ensure our clients have the most fulfilling experience. This allows you to tailor your climbing experience to your needs, making it a truly personal and unforgettable adventure. The detailed itinerary of Tent peak climbing is as follows:

Day
01

Day: 01 Pick up at Kathmandu airport (1345m)

Car

20 minute

Overnight

Kathmandu

Food

Not Included

Accommodation

Hotel

Namaste and a heartfelt greeting to Nepal. On landing at the Tribhuvan International Airport, you must follow some formalities. After completing it, you will exit from the terminal. One of the team members from Boundless Adventure will be there waiting for you. Our representative will greet you and take you to your Hotel on a scenic drive in the car. After getting to the Hotel, you will check-in, rest, and refresh. Our team will debrief the expedition at your Hotel in the evening. Or if you feel comfortable, you can visit our office. Your overnight and dinner are at the Kathmandu Hotel.

Day
02

Day: 02 Drive/Fly to Pokhara (822m)

Bus

6-7 hours

Overnight

Pokhara

Food

Not Included

Accommodation

Hotel

Good morning on the first day in Nepal. Get ready with finishing breakfast as you will start your journey towards Tent Peak climbing. On the day you move to Pokhara. To reach Pokhara, you have two options: plane and ground transportation.

If you prefer to fly by plane, flying from Kathmandu to Pokhara takes only 25 minutes. And if you choose to go by ground transportation, it takes 6 hours. The drive travels through Prithvi Highway and Mid-Hill Highway. The drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara covers approximately 200km. Your night stay and dinner are at the Hotel of Pokhara.

Day
03

Day: 03 Drive Nayapul (1070m) and trek to Tikhedunga (1480m)

Hiking

4-5 hours

Overnight

Tikhedhunga

Food

Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

Your adventure from Pokhara. The beautiful lake and stunning mountain views make your morning thrilling. Early in the morning, after a warm breakfast, you will drive towards Nayapul, which lies at 1070m. Enjoy the scenic views with glimpses of rural Nepalese life, terraced fields, and mountain ranges along the way; you will reach Nayapul within one and a half hours of driving.

Reaching Nayapul marks the beginning of the trekking journey. You will begin walking towards Tikhedhunga, a day’s destination from Nayapul. The trail follows the Modi Khola River with an easy walk. A 20-to 30-minute walk from Nayapul takes you to Birethanti, where you must check your permits.

After checking in, you will continue your hike towards Hile. The final part of the trek to Tikgedhunga is a steep ascent with a beautiful view of the surroundings and the chirping sound of birds. The trekking duration from Nayapul to Tikhehdunga is 4-5 hours, depending on your walking pace. Enjoy a hearty meal and have a pleasant night at the tea house of Tikhedhunga.

Day
04

Day: 04 Trek to Ghorepani (2860m)

Hiking

5-6 hours

Overnight

Ghorepani

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

Hope you had a comfortable night. Wake up in the Himalayas of Nepal with the fresh air and birds chirping with the meandering sound of the river. Have a delicious morning meal at the tea house while enjoying the view of the untouched beauty of the Annapurna region. After breakfast, you will move towards the day’s destination, Ghorepani village, at 2860m.

The first segment of the trail involves walking through a stone-paved path before reaching Ulleri. However, the walk is worthwhile, with astonishing glimpses of Annapurna South and Hiunchuli from the Ulleri village.
The trail from Ulleri to Ghorepani consists of walking through dense rhododendron forest.

On the way, you will enjoy the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges. The trail passes through Gurung and Magar villages, including Banthanti and Nangge Thanti, before reaching Ghorepani village. The 5-6 hours walk from Tikhedhunga takes you to Ghorepani. Your accommodation and evening meal will be at the Ghorepani tea house.

Day
05

Day: 05 Trek to Tadapani (2630m) 

Hiking

6-7 hours

Overnight

Tadapani

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

You must wake up early morning on this day to catch the surreal sight of sunrise on Poon Hill. The trek to Poon Hill from Ghorepani takes 45 to one hour, with walking in uphill sections. As you get to the Poon Hill at 3134m, numerous mountain peaks will surround you. As the sun starts to rise, it creates magical moments while distributing its rays on the top of mountain peaks. Dazzling view of Mount Machapuchare (6997m), Himchuli (6441m), Annapurna South (7219m), Dhaulagiri (8167m), Annapurna I (8091m) and Gangapurna (7455m) are eye-appealing from the Poon Hill.

After appreciating the 360-degree view of the mountain and its surprising beauties, you will descend to Ghorepani. You will have breakfast at Ghorepani and start walking towards the day’s final destination, Tadapani, at 2630m. On the way to Tadapani, you will pass through Rhododendron forest and Magar communities. The trek from Ghorepani to Tadapani takes  6-7 hours. Your overnight and dinner will be at Tadapani’s tea house.

Day
06

Day: 06 Trek to Chhomrong (2170m)

Hiking

4-5 hours

Overnight

Chhomrong

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

Enjoy your breakfast at the tea house of Tadapani, which offers a breathtaking view of the Annapurna massif. Then, prepare for today’s hike to Chhomorng village, 2170 m above sea level. The trail from Tadapani to Chhomrong is easy but with a gradual ascent. It passes through lush forests and terraced fields with the beautiful sight of snow-capped peaks.

On the way to Chhomrong, you can interact with the local Gurung and Magar communities and learn about their culture and lifestyle. After crossing several suspension bridges and passing through traditional settlements, you will reach Chhomrong within 4-5 hours of walking. Your day’s accommodation and supper are at the tea house of Chhomrong.

Day
07

Day: 07 Trek to Himalaya Hotel (2920m) 

Hiking

5-6 hours

Overnight

Himalaya Hotel

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

Leaving Chhomrong, you will trek towards the Himalayan hotel on the seventh day after breakfast. The trail passes through the river alongside the Chhomrong Khola. However, before starting the trek, you must check in from the Chhomrong checkpost.

You will trek through the forest of oak, Bamboo, and rhododendron. The trail mixes steep ascent and descent, making it moderately challenging. Passing through Kuldhinagar from Chhomrong, you will reach Bamboo, where you will have lunch. After lunch, you will continue walking. A 5-6 hours walk from Chhomrong takes you to the Himalaya Hotel at 2920m. Your accommodation and dinner are at the Himalaya Hotel tea house.

Day
08

Day: 08 Trek to Annapurna Base Camp (4130m) 

Hiking

6 hours

Overnight

Annapurna Base Camp

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

Eight days is one of the most remarkable journeys on the Tent Peak climbing. After the morning meal at the Himalaya Hotel, you will begin hiking toward the well-renowned Annapurna base Camp. The trek from the Himalaya Hotel to Annapurna Base Camp involves a mix of moderate to challenging sections.

Walking through the narrow valleys with a steep mountainside and passing through Hinku Cave and Deurali, you will reach Macchapuchhre Base Camp. You will have lunch at the Macchapuchchre Base Camp while enjoying the beauty of the surroundings. After breakfast, you will continue your walk toward the day’s final destination, Annapurna Base Camp.

Arriving at Annapurna Base Camp is an unforgettable experience. The Annapurna massif, glacier, and Annapurna Sanctuary will welcome you. It takes 6 hours to reach ABC from the Himalaya Hotel. Your night stay and dinner are at the tea house of Annapurna Base Camp.

Day
09

Day: 09 Acclimatization day

Hiking

2-3 hours

Overnight

Annapurna Base Camp

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

Everyone has problems when they immigrate from one country to another due to the dissimilar climate. Along with the dissimilar climate, trekkers are affected by altitude-related issues while trekking in high elevations. Thus, day nine is for acclimatization and rest at ABC, allowing your body to adapt to the changed temperature and reduce altitude-related issues.

On the acclimatization day, you will experience the beauty of the area surrounding the Annapurna base Camp and relax. Moreover, as our guide will teach you, you will learn how to use technical climbing equipment today. You will get training in using an ice axe, ice screw, harness, snow bar, jumar, and crampons, that you need to use during a climb to Tent Peak climbing. You will get dinner and sleep at ABC’s tea house as the day finishes.

Day
10

Day: 10 Trek to Tent Peak Base Camp (4400m)

Climbing

5 hours

Overnight

Tent Peak base Camp

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Tent

With the refreshed feeling from a sound night’s sleep and the previous acclimatization day, you will kick off the trail for Tent Peak Base Camp. After breakfast at the Annapurna Base Camp, you will start climbing. The initial part of the climb begins with walking on moraine cliffs and glacier-covered sections. As the trail is adventurous, you must walk properly and slowly.

The stunning gaze of the south Annapurna Glacier will motivate you throughout your climb to Tent Peak Base Camp. As you get to the base camp, a snow-capped peak will be in front of your eyes, making your climb worthwhile. It takes 5 hours to walk from Annapurna Base Camp to Tent Peak Base Camp. As there are no tea houses on the base camp of Tent Peak, you must stay in a tent that our climbing crew will fix. Also, you will have dinner at the tent camp.

Day
11

Day: 11 Trek to High Camp (5200m)

Climbing

4-5 hours

Overnight

Tent Peak High Camp

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Tent

The eleventh day’s climb brings you closer to your final destination. Enjoy your morning meal while appreciating the mountain ranges and move towards Tent Peak High Camp. The climb to High Camp includes a technical section where you will use your technical gear and equipment, including helmets and ropes. The trail from base camp to the high Camp of Tent Peak gradually ascends, requiring careful navigation.

Rest is essential during the climb to High Camp from Base Camp. Also, you should listen to your body and immediately tell your climbing guide if you feel any symptoms of altitude sickness. Besides the difficulties of the climb, the trek offers an astonishing view of the numerous mountain peaks that will accompany you throughout the walk.

A 4- 5 hour climb will take you to the day’s camping point, Tent Peak High Camp. Our climbing crew will set up a tent for you, and our cook will prepare a delicious meal. Enjoy your evening with a mesmerizing sunset from the high Camp and sleep with a hearty meal.

Day
12

Day: 12 Summit to Tent Peak (5695m) and Return to Base Camp

Climbing

4-5 hours

Overnight

Tent Peak base Camp

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Tent

It is the most awaited day of your expedition, as it will take you to the summit of the Tent Peak (Tharpu Chuli ). Wake up around 2-3 a.m., get ready with a headlamp, and start climbing. But before starting, ensure that you have all the equipment, including ropes, harnesses, helmets, crampons, and ice axes, as you should use them. The initial phase of the walk includes walking on a snowy path with a steep climb.

Reaching the summit ridge, you will find technical sections that require technical climbing gear. Our climbing guide will provide all the necessary guidance; follow him. The final part of getting to the summit involves navigating steep snow and ice slopes. Consider taking breaks from time to time, listening to your body, and staying adequately hydrated throughout the climb.

You will feel a sense of accomplishment once you reach the summit of Tent Peak at 5695m. The vista you will get from the summit will make you forget all the challenges you faced while getting there. It is 4-5 hours of adventurous climb from Tent Peak High Camp to the summit.

Mountain peak of Annapurna South (7219m), Himchuli (6441m), Annapurna Fang (7,647m), Annapurna I (8091m), Annapurna III (7555m), Annapurna V (7525m) are jaw-dropping from the top of Tent Peak. Likewise, Mount Gangapurna (7455m),  Machhapuchhre (6993m), and Singu Chuli/ Fluted Peak (6501m) will appeal to your eye.

After appealing your eye, you will descend to Base camp overnight. Our cook will prepare food for you. As you finish your meal, you can sleep feeling proud of yourself.

Day
13

Day: 13 Trek back to Bamboo (2310m) 

Hiking

6-7 hours

Overnight

Bamboo

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

Good morning, campaign. We are glad to tell you that you succeeded in climbing Tent Peak. However, you must return. After breakfast at the base camp, you will start your descent. You will descend through the same trail that took you to your destination. From Tent Peak base camp, you will descend to Macchapuchhre Base Camp. From MBC, you will continue descending to Deurali via lush forests and meadows.

Enjoying the alpine and subtropical vegetation, you will descend further to the Himalayas. At Himalaya, you will stop for lunch. After lunch, you will descend further and reach Bamboo’s overnight point. It is 6-7 hours of continuous descent from Tent Peak base Camp to Bamboo. Continuous descent may hurt your ankle, so we recommend paying attention to your ankle and taking breaks occasionally.

Day
14

Day: 14 Trek to Jhinudanda (1780m) 

Hiking

6 hours

Overnight

Jhinudanda

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

Have a warm breakfast at the Bamboo tea house and descend towards Jhinudanda. As you descend, you will traverse through lush forests and the beautiful landscape of the Annapurna Conservation area. The trail gradually descends, providing stunning vistas of fabulous mountain peaks.

After 6 hours of descending from Bamboo, you will reach Jhinudanda. You can take a bath in a natural hot spring in Jhinudanda, which will rejuvenate your body after your challenging adventure. Have a hearty dinner and sound sleep at Jhinudanda’s tea house.

Day
15

Day: 15 Trek to Pothana at (1890m) 

Hiking

5-6 hours

Overnight

Pothana

Food

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodation

Hotel

On your return journey, after a morning meal at the tea house of Jhinudada, make your way towards Pothana. The trail begins by crossing a suspension bridge over a Modi Khola, then takes you to Himalpani village. The route passes through the forest, offering a glimpse of local wildlife and various species of plants.

As you continue your trail, it passes through traditional Gurung villages, including Ghandruk and Landruk. The route from Landrk to Pothana consists of uphill and downhill sections, passing through terraced fields and dense forest. The final part of Potana involves walking on a stone-paved trail. It takes 5-6 hours to walk from Jhinudanda to Pothana at 1890m. Your overnight stay and dinner are at Pothana’s tea house.

Day
16

Day: 16 Trek to Phedi at (1130m) and drive to Pokhara

Car

1 hour

Overnight

Pokhara

Food

Breakfast and Lunch

Accommodation

Hotel

Today marks the final day in the Annapurna region. After breakfast at Pothana’s tea house, you will descend toward Phedi village early in the morning. The trial involves a steep climb, yet it is shorter. The route passes through the Australian Camp and Dhampus, which provides a mesmerizing view of mountain peaks, including Annapurna and Dhaulagiri. Within three hours of a gentle walk, you will reach Phedi.

At Phedi, a private car will be waiting for you. You will get into the car and drive back to Pokhara. The drive from Phedi to Pokhara takes 1 hour and passes through beautiful traditional settlements. You will stay a night and have lunch at Pokhara’s Hotel.

Day
17

Day: 17 Drive or fly back to Kathmandu

Bus

6-7 hours

Overnight

Kathmandu

Food

Not Included

Accommodation

Hotel

You will return to Kathmandu from Pokhara by ground transportation or airplane. You will leave Pokhara after breakfast. Driving from Pokhara to Kathmandu, you will travel alongside the Trishuli River. If you are interested, you can participate in rafting at Trishuli; let us know if you would like to. Enjoying the view of mountains, hills, and farmland, you will reach Kathmandu with a 6-7-hour drive—overnight and dinner at Kathmandu.

Day
18

Day: 18 Final Departure

The day has arrived for your departure. You will leave Nepal with lots of memories that will be in your heart for a lifetime. If you have time, you can also participate in other adventurous activities in Nepal; if not, we must say goodbye to you. Our representative will be outside your Hotel to pick you up and drop you off at Tribhuvan International Airport. Have a safe flight.

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), and 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 is needed.
  • Pokhara Hotel 2 nights.

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Most Asked Questions by Travellers

Tent Peak is in western Nepal’s Annapurna region. It is in the central part of the Annapurna area, within the Annapurna Conservation area, and is close to Pokhara, the tourism capital. The Tent Pak climbing is in the Kaski district, Gandaki province, and lies south of Annapurna Base camp. Tent Peak, also known as Tharpu Chuli, is at 28°34’43” N latitude and 83°55’19” E longitude.

Tent Peak is 5663m/ 18579 ft above sea level. Its higher elevation makes it an adventurous and challenging climb. Although its high elevation makes it difficult, the climb is rewarding. Upon reaching the Summit of Tent Peak after an adventurous climb, the climber will be rewarded with an astonishing panorama of Mount Annapurna, Mt.Dhaulagiri, Mt.Fishtail, Mt.Hiunchuli, Mt.Shigu Chuli, and Mount Gangapurna.

Yes, climbing Tent Peak is challenging due to various factors, including its higher elevation, ascent and descent section, and climbing through varied terrain. Also, the climb to Tent Peak involves the use of technical equipment, making it challenging for one who doesn’t know how to use technical equipment. Yet, the climb is attainable with proper preparedness, good physical fitness, and prior climbing and trekking experience.

The price of Tent Peak Climbing is not exact as it is subjective. The duration of an expedition, customization of the itinerary, and any particular preferences vary the cost of Tent Peak Climbing. Likewise, the size of the group also affects the overall cost of Tent Peak Climbing. For the exact cost of Tent Peak Climbing, please provide your preferences and details and contact us via WhatsApp at +977 9851033819.

Spring and Autumn are the best seasons for Tent Peak Climbing. Spring is pleasant and comes after the harsh winter from March to May. Similarly, Autumn is delightful, coming after heavy rainfall and falling from September to November. The pleasant weather and favorable climbing conditions make them ideal for Tent Peak Climbing.

The Journey to Tent Peak Climbing begins with a drive/flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara. As the Tent Peak lies within the Annapurna region and Pokhara is a gateway to Annapurna, climbers must get to Pokhara to begin their climb. The journey moves to Nayapul through a scenic drive from Pokhara.

The trekking journey and first move to Tent Peak starts with a trek to Tikhehdunga. Passing through Ghorepani, Tadapani, Chhomrong, Himalaya Hotel, Annapurna Base Camp, Tent Peak Base Camp, and High Camp, climber get to their destination, the Summit of Tent Peak. After completing the climb, the journey returns to Pokhara via Bamboo, Jhinu Danda, and Pothana and and then to Kathmandu. Thus, the expedition begins and ends at Pokhara.

The necessary permits for Tent Peak Climbing are the Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS), Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP), and climbing permit. Climbers can obtain those permits through the Nepal Tourism Board and TAAN of Kathmandu. However, to make it easy for climbers, Boundless Adventure provides their clients with all the required paperwork and permits without worries.

Yes, the Tent Peak Climbing itinerary is customizable. Boundless Adventure believes that every client has different preferences and specific requirements, so we provide a customizable option for the trip to meet each client’s choice. However, climbers must mention the customization of the expedition during the booking process.

Climbers should carefully plan when packing gear and equipment for Tent Peak Climbing. The necessary gear and equipment include a backpack, headwear, bodywear, handwear, footwear, and personal gear and accessories. The climber should also pack climbing equipment, including a boot, helmet, crampons, Ice Axe, harness, and Jhumar.

The panorama of Mount Annapurna South, Mt.Hiunchuli, Mount Machapuchare, and other surrounding peaks are the prominent highlights of the climb to Tent Peak. Similarly, Diverse landscapes, from lush green forests to harsh mountainous terrains, cultural insights, and Annapurna Base camp are the other highlights of the Tent peak climbing.

Tea houses and Tent are the night stay points on the journey to Tent Peak Climbing. From Tikhedhunga to Annapurna Base Camp, there are numerous tea houses where climbers can rest at night. However, no tea houses are available at the Tent Peak base camp, High camp, and Summit, so climbers must spend their night on those points at the Tent that our climbing crew will fix.

Reviews on Tent Peak Climbing

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Based on 102 Reviews


Tent Peak Climbing
Ebenezer Hanafi
United Arab Emirates (UAE)

A Thrilling Adventure in the Heart of the Himalayas

A couple of friends and I were always fascinated by the Himalayas’ beauty and adventure, so we decided to do a peak climb in Nepal. We trusted Boundless Adventure, and gladly, the journey in Tent Peak climbing was superb. Boundless Adventure organized our overall management, and we felt secure throughout the trip. After completing the Tent peak climbing, we realized the expedition was more than just climbing and getting to the summit. Instead, it was about immersing ourselves in the untouched beauty of the Himalayas and experiencing the excitement of high-altitude mountaineering.

The route passes through diverse landscapes, from lush rhododendron forests to rugged alpine terrain. Each step on our expedition showed Nepal’s natural beauty at every step. Getting to the altitude of 5663m was difficult, but our expert guide supported us and made our climb successful. I am grateful to Boundless Adventure’s team for making our thrilling journey possible.

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Casper Kristiansen
Norway

Incredible experience at Tent peak climbing

I recently completed the Tent peak climbing with my friends, and the experience is incredible. Behind our successful climb and incredible experience is the Boundless Adventure team. On our journey, we got to know the distinct landscape of Nepal, from dense forests to alpine meadows and rugged terrain. Our walk to Annapurna Base Camp was easygoing, but the trail was rough as we ascended to Tent Peak Base Camp. The ascent to Tent Peak was adventurous and involved navigating steep ridges, crossing glaciers, and using technical climbing equipment.

However, we overcame those challenges with the hard work of our guide by providing proper guidance and fixing the climbing equipment. The feelings of getting to the summit and experiencing the incredible view of Mount Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Fishtail, Hiunchuli, Shigu Chuli, and Gangapurna are indescribable in words. If you are thinking of peak climbing in Nepal, look none other than Boundless Adventure.

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Mason Stewart
New Zealand

Great Adventure

After the great adventure of climbing Tent Peak, I had just reached my home. Honestly, I had already started missing Nepal’s beauty. A huge shout out to Boundless Adventure for providing exceptional service and being there for us throughout the journey. Our trip lasted 17 days, and those days were the time of my life that I’d appreciate for the rest of my life.

Passing through various ethnic groups, learning about their way of living and culture, viewing mountain ranges, and encountering wildlife in the Annapurna conservation area is still in my head. Of course, the peak climbing was not without its challenges. But our prior climbing experience and expertise guide made our climb smooth, even in a challenging part. I would not look any further for a trekking agency in Nepal, as Boundless Adventure is my best option.

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