Everest High Passes

...we shouldn't finish without mentioning admiration for the endlessly busy Mr Lama. He like all World Expeditions staff we met, was very charming and knowledgable, this characteristic seems to be a requirement for employment with the company

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GHT Langtang via Tilman Pass

Thousands of pilgrims climb to the sacred Panch Pokhari Lakes during the monsoon, but it will be very unlikely we'll see a soul as we trace their steps. From the bazaar town of Chautara we gradually ascend a long ridge, the Kami Danda, with fabulous views east and west of a chain of mountains that form a natural border with Tibet. W.H. Tilman was the first European to explore this region in 1949, and very few have ever retraced his footsteps. The challenging Tilman Pass leads to Langshisa and the upper Langtang Valley, which offers amazingly photogenic sunsets in the wonderfully diverse National Park. An easy trail down to Syabru Besi follows the third most popular trekking route in Nepal, and ends among the lively and fun-loving Tamang people!

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Join Kathmandu
DAY 2 In Kathmandu
DAY 3 Transfer to Chautara
DAY 4 To Sano Okhareni
DAYS 5 Trek to Kami Kharka
DAY 6 Pauwa Pass
DAY 7 To Hile Bhanjyang
DAY 8 To Nasim Pati
DAY 9 To Panch Pokhari
DAY 10 To intermediary camp
DAYS 11/13 To north high camp and cross Tilman Pass
DAY 14 To Kyangjin Gompa
DAY 15 To Ghoretabela
DAY 16 To Syabru Besi
DAY 17 Drive Syabru to Kathmandu
DAY 18 In Kathmandu, trip concludes

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Trip Code: GLT
Trip Grading: Entry Level Mountaineering or Exploratory Treks
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Duration:  18 days
Activities:  Trekking
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