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Pachermo Peak Climbing

Pachermo Peak Climbing, located south of Tashi Lapcha and first climbed in 1955, is a beautiful snow peak. The Pachermo peak rises to a height of 6187m/20300ft metres. Tashi Lapcha pass (5755m) is a difficult pass with Pachermo peak that passes through the Rowling Valley and the Khumbu regions of the Himalayas. There are two ways to submit Pachermo Peak. One is from the Rowling Valley crossing Tashi Lapcha pass (5755m) on the way to Lukla and starting the trek to the summit, and the other is from the Rowling Valley crossing Renjo La Pass 5360m and starting the trek to the summit. Rowling is a wild, remote, and less touristic valley in Nepal’s north east that offers the most exceptional and spectacular High Mountain views. Climbing Pachermo Peak necessitates precise physical conditions as well as experience with rock and snow routes on glaciers of various types. Close to the pass is the Pachermo peak. However, a high camp and comfortable location a few hundred metres downhill are required. It’s because of the rocky, icy trail and the need to return to the pass’s neck before reaching the summit. On the top of the summit, you can see all the way back to camp.

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Trip Facts

Duration
17 Days
Altitude
6187M
Country
Nepal
Grade
Challenging
Season
Spring/Autumn

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