Mount Narphu Peak Climbing
Incredible view of high mountain peaks, narrow canyons, and pleasant forests. Also, this peak climbing journey rewards you with a total wilderness experience while walking along isolated trails.
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Vacation Style Holiday Type
Activity Level Challenging
Group Size Medium Group
Located to the north of the Annapurna region between Damodar and Kang La Himalayan ranges. Mount Narphu Peak Climbing takes you to the exotic valley of Nar Phu and comes with a real taste of the Himalayan lifestyle, culture, and tradition of Tibetan people.
Furthermore, it provides an incredible view of high mountain peaks, narrow canyons, and pleasant forests. Also, this peak climbing journey rewards you with a total wilderness experience while walking along isolated trails.
Nar Phu valley remains untouched by modernity. However, natural diversity and lush vegetation never cease to amaze the fellow trekkers.
After the climbing preparation and exploring around Kathmandu, you will take a drive to Syange from Kathmandu via Besisahar. Beautiful greenery and natural diversity on the way will certainly make your drive a pleasant one. From Syange, our actual trek starts.
While ascending towards the settlement of Meta via Koto, you will walk past the forest of pine and beautiful waterfalls. Moving forward, the trail passes through Phu village and proceeds to Nar Phedi.
On the way forward, you will get a stunning view of Annapurna Range, Gangapurna(7454m), Tilicho Peak(7134m), Himlung Himal(7126m), and many other mountain peaks. Now, passing the settlement of Yughat, you will reach the ancient village of Nar.
The delight on the face of fellow trekkers is obvious as they proceed forward in the wilderness of natural flora and fauna and wildlife. The warm hospitality of Gurung and Tibetan people is simply unforgettable. You will now trek towards basecamp via Kang La Pass (5320m).
From here, you will start your climb to the top of Mt. Narphu Peak (5921m). Finally, you will now return to Besisahar via Manang from where you will return to Kathmandu. September to November and March to May are the best time for Mt. Narphu Peak Climbing.
Eternal Himalaya is one of the pioneers in terms of expeditions and treks in Nepal. Therefore, Mt. Narphu Peak Climbing organized by us is bound to be one of the best experiences for you. We have qualified staffs and experienced professionals with the motto to make your journey easier and more memorable.
- Airport/Hotel/Airport Transfer
- 3 Nights hotel Kathmandu BB basis
- camping Services with Cook/ food & Tent
- food & accommodation in Local Lodge
- Saribung Peak Permit Fee, Narphu Special Permit Fees
- National Park & TIMS Permit Fee
- Climbing equipment; Rope/Ice crew/snow bar/ carabiners
- High Camp Food & Camping equipment
- 1 porter-every two members
- All staffs insurance & daily wages food and equipment
- Personal Equipment & Insurance
- Nepal Visa fee
- Alcoholic Beverages, Telephone & Laundry
- Any personal nature expenses.
- Emergency Evacuation if required
- Tips for Staffs
Arrive in Kathmandu (1350m)
Upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, our representative will warmly welcome you. We will then transfer you to your respective hotel.
You will have the remaining day to yourself. Therefore, you can choose to explore the city or prepare for the journey. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Today is scheduled for Climbing preparation and Sightseeing around Kathmandu Valley. A local guide will take you to UNESCO World Heritage Sites including historical Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath, the famous monkey temple-Swayambhunath, and Boudhanath.
After the completion of the sightseeing, you will be given a proper lesson about the use of climbing gears including ice axes, crampons, ropes and many more. In the evening, participate in a discussion about the trip. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Drive to Syange (1120m) (7-8 hours)
Early in the morning, you will start your drive towards Syange. It is a long drive of seven to eight hours from the capital. Along the drive, you will get a sublime view of the Nepali countryside, beautiful rivers, green hills, and mountains. After a quick lunch at Besisahar, you will continue your drive through rusty and zigzag roads enjoying a glorious view of Himalayas. Finally, you will reach your destination crossing several farm villages and terraces. Overnight in Syange.
Drive and trek to Dharapani (1960m) (7-8 hours)
From Syange, our real trekking starts. In the early first hour, you will ascend towards Jagat from where a quick descent takes you to riverside that continues through the green-forested area to the settlement of Tal. Enjoying a stunning view of Annapurna (8091m) in the background, you will cross few suspension bridges as the path ahead becomes more rugged and windy. Finally, you will reach Dharapani crossing the small village of Karte. Overnight in Dharapani.
Trek to Koto (2635m) (6 hours)
On the 5th day, you will start your trek towards the settlement of Koto. The trail passes through Bagarchhap and proceeds towards Danakyu. Along the way, you will walk past the forest of pine and fir. As you ascend gradually towards Timang, you will get a glorious view of Mt. Manaslu (8163m) and Peak 29 (7871m). After a brief stop at Lata Marang, you will finally ascend towards Koto. Overnight in Koto.
Trek to Meta (3540m) (8 hours)
Once you get the permit at the Police Check Post to visit the restricted area. You will trek through a bank of Soti Khola along with rhododendron and pine forest, streams and suspension bridges. Finally, you will reach Dharmasala as you enter Nar Phu valleys. Crossing various waterfalls near Dharmasala, you will now ascend steeply towards the settlement of Meta through wide forests. Overnight in Meta.
Trek to Nar Village (4100m) (7 hours)
On the 7th day, you will trek towards Nar Village following the windy path to the uphills. The trail passes through Phu and proceeds towards Mahendra Pul. Along the way, you will walk past bamboo-topped shortens and grassy landscapes. Finally, walking past two entrance gates, you will reach Nar Phedi through the settlement of Yughat. Overnight in Nar village.
Trek to Kang La Phedi (4530m) (5-6 hours)
Early in the morning, you will start your trek towards Jhombu Kharka also known as Kang La Phedi. The trail goes through the Yak herder’s camp and ascends steeply passing various landscapes. Along the way, you will get the view of Annapurna Range, Gangapurna(7454m), and Tilicho Peak(7134m). Moving forward along with the forest of pine and oak, you will finally reach Kang La Phedi. Overnight in Kang La Phedi.
Trek to Base Camp (5357m) via Kang La Pass (5320m)
From Kang La Phedi, you will now trek towards Base Camp at 5357m. A steep ascent to the top of the ridge which takes you to Kang La Pass at 5320m. From here you will get a stunning view of the Himalayas like Annapurna Range, Gangapurna (7454m) and many more. Finally, you will reach base camp walking past the rocky and stony paths. Overnight in Base Camp.
Summit Climb of Nar Phu Peak (5,921m)
Today is the climbing day. From Base Camp, you will ascend to the summit starting in pre-dawn. A steep climb to the top of the ridge and passing over huge rocks along with the serene beauty of nature itself, you will finally reach the summit of Nar Phu Peak (5,921m). From there, you can enjoy the magnificent view of Annapurna massif. Now, you will return to base camp and spend the night.
Trek to Ngawal (3,676m)
From basecamp, you will slowly descend towards Ngawal Village. Along the way, you will walk past the forested area of pine and blooming rhododendron. If you are lucky, you might encounter some wildlife such as musk deer, monkey, etc. After a walk of five to six hours, you will finally reach your destination enjoying a sublime view of snow-capped mountain peaks. Overnight in Ngawal.
Trek to Manang (3,540m) (4-5 hours)
From Ngawal, you will slightly descend down until you reach the village of Braga, which leads the way towards Manang. On the way downward, along with a spectacular view of Manang valley, you will also get a glimpse of Annapurna Range, Pisang Peak (6091m), and Chulu East Peak (6429m) among others. You can explore the monasteries around the Manang village vicinity to spend the day. Overnight in Manang.
Drive to Besisahar (760m) (5-6 hours)
On the 13th day, you will be driving towards Besisahar. Enjoying the wildlife and beautiful sceneries, you will slowly drive towards the settlement of Pisang via Humde. The Himalayas in Annapurna, Pisang, and Himlung ranges will keep you company for the most parts of the drive. From Pisang, you will be driving to Besisahar via Dharapani and Jagat. Overnight in Besisahar.
Drive to Kathmandu and farewell dinner (5-6 hours)
Today you will be bidding farewell to your adventurous trek. With a content heart, you will be driving back to the capital from Besisahar. Along the way, you will cross various rivers, green hills, and deep valley. Upon your arrival, you will be transferred to your hotel. You can roam around Thamel in the evening, buy a souvenir and enjoy the nightlife. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Transfer to airport for departure
Today is your final day in Nepal. We will drop you off at Tribhuvan International Airport 2 hours before your scheduled flight for your final departure. We wish you all the best and farewell!
- Geography : Mountain/Hills/Glaciers/Moraines/Forest
- Location : Manang/Lamjung
- Level of Difficulty : Difficult
- Duration of Trek : 15 Days
- Max Altitude : 5921m
- Religions : Tibetan Buddhist
- Ethnic People : Thakali/Gurung/Manangi
- Accommodation : Hotel/Lodge/Teahouse
- Transportation : Flight/Tourist Bus/Private Vehicle
- Minimum Pax : 2
- Glorious views of Himalayas including Annapurna Range, Gangapurna (7455m) from the top of Mt. Narphu Peak (5921m)
- Getting familiar with the ancient history of Nar village
- A mesmerizing view of Nar Phu Valley along with wildlife and vegetation
- Climb one of the most discreet Himalayas in the Annapurna region, Narphu Peak (5921m)