The Chulu East Climbing Cost is somewhere between 2250-2400 USD. Cost depends upon whether you are with a group or solo. MyEverestTrip provides the best facility with suitable accommodation and food during your trek. Our motto is to make the trekkers happy by providing a secure and good facility at a lower cost. Prices are subject to mutual agreement. That is, if you want to add some services, you will be charged for these additional services, and if you want to reduce certain services, you will be charged less. This Chulu East Nepal trek route will change depending on time and requirements.
Chulu East Climbing Cost
Chulu peak climb cost includes:
- Pick up from Kathmandu International Airport with a private vehicle as you arrive in Kathmandu.
- Two nights accommodation at a deluxe room in Kathmandu and one night in Pokhara.
- Depending on the number of people at your party, there will be one expert cook and kitchen staff.
- During the walk, several porters are required (one porter equals one passenger).
- Transportation by Micro Bus from Kathmandu to Chame and back.
- You’ll stay in a guest house while hiking, and on climbing days, you’ll stay in a tent.
- Fees for climbing Chulu East Peak, Guide Bonus, and Chulu Peak Guide Insurance.
- Oxygen meter for checking heart rate, pulse, and atmospheric oxygen levels at high altitude
- Annapurna Conservation Area Entry Permit
- Peak climbing Permit.
- TIMS card.
- Government taxes
- Trekking Map
- Medical kit
Chulu East Nepal Climb Difficulty
This Chulut East Nepal peak climbing is moderate to great difficulty; you need a sense of adventure and a commitment to reaching the top. It cannot be compared to the Everest Expedition regarding problems, but it is also not a simple summit. On the other hand, this Chulu Far East Climb Adventure will enchant you with its enthralling and beautiful trek to the glorious pinnacle of Chulu Far East Nepal.
In rugged and challenging terrain, trails are full of climbs and canyons. You also have to walk along with the snow and glacier. The trek requires a daily walk of 6 to 7 hours, which can be extended to 8 or 9 hours. To go on this adventurous tour, you must be in good health and have a high level of physical fitness. In addition, prior trekking experience is required.
Altitude is an essential factor in the climbing program for Chulu East Peak. You spend most of your time above 2,500 meters. There’s a chance you’ll get altitude sickness if you go higher than the referenced height. Suppose your body does not fully acclimate to the elevation; the risk of altitude sickness increases. As a result, we’ve planned our itinerary to include plenty of relaxation days.
Training for Chulu East Nepal climb: Regular cardiovascular training at home, such as cycling, swimming, hill climbing, and lots of walking, can help you prepare. You can mentally prepare yourself for a daily walk of 5 to 6 hours on the trek. Seek out hills or a tall building and go up and down the stairwells several times. It may be helpful for your Chulu Peak Climb.
Chulu East Peak Climbing Permits
Trekkers should contact recognized trekking agencies, who could apply for Chulu East permits (on their behalf) at the Department of Immigration, completing all relevant paperwork. Trekkers should travel in a group (minimum of two people) with a qualified trekking guide. Individual trekkers are not eligible to apply for a Chulu peak permit. The permit is in US dollars but must be paid in Nepalese rupees. No trekking permit for Chulu east peak will be issued after your visa has expired. For this reason, the trekker must have a valid visa for enough days to cover the entire trekking route.
Trek permit includes
- Fees for entering the Annapurna Conservation Area and obtaining a TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System) card.
- Nepal Mountaineering Association climbing permit for Chulu East Nepal
Best season for Chulu Peak Climbing
Caution should be taken when planning challenging activities such as the Chulu Peak Climb, as the season can significantly impact your trip’s overall outcome. Spring and autumn are the ideal hiking seasons to start your Chulu East Peak Climbing. The highest number of trekkers can be seen during these seasons. The weather is likely to be pleasant in the spring (March-May) and fall (September-November), with clear blue skies and spectacular panoramic views of mountains.
We recommend you choose this season for your lifetime trekking adventures.
We strictly ask you to avoid Chulu East peak in Summer/ Monsoon, i.e., June to July, and Winter, i.e., January to February.