MT. CHOLASTE (6440 M):


Mt. Cholatse is a rarely climbed mountain in Khumbu region of Nepal. It is 6440m high. Its north and east faces can be seen from Dughla which lies on the trail to Mount Everest Base Camp. Cholatse was first climbed via the southwest ridge on April 22, 1982 by Vern Clevenger, Galen Rowell, John Roskelley and Bill O'Connor. The normal route starts from Macchermo side, by the Gokyo Lake trail.

Itinerary for Mt. Cholatse:

Day 01:    Arrival Kathmandu air port- transfer hotel
Day 02-03:    Expedition preparation& briefing
Day 04:    Flight to Lukla& trek to Phakding Lodge or Camping
Day 05:    Phakding - Namche 3450m. Lodge/Camping
Day 06:    Namche acclimatize/ day hiking Lodge/Camping
Day 07:    Namche - PhortseTenga - Lodge/Camping
Day 08:    PhortseTenga - Macharmo - Lodge/Camping
Day 09:    Machermo - Gokyo - Lodge/Camping
Day 10:    Gokyo day hiking - Lodge/Camping
Day 11:    Gokyo - Cho La Phedi - Lodge/Camping
Day 12:    Cho La Phedi - Chola La pass - Jungla (Dzongla) Lodge/Camping
Day 13:    Dzongla - Cholache Base camp - Camping
Day 14 -23    Climbing period for Cholache
Day 24:    BC - Pangboche - Lodge/ Camping
Day 25:    Pangboche - Namche - Lodge/Camping
Day 26:    Namche - Lukla - Lodge/Camping
Day 27:    Lukla - Kathmandu flight & transfer to hotel
Day 28-29:    Kathmandu - Hotel
Day 30:    Final Departure at Airport.