MOUNT SHISA PANGMA EXPEDITION (8,027M)


Shishapangma is the world’s 14th highest and one of the youngest mountains above 8000m.It  lies south-central Tibet just 6 kilometres away from the Nepal-Tibet border along the Himalayan range. This mountain is also called by the Tibetans as “the big grassy field”. Only very few climbers have so far scaled Mt. Shishapangma after the Chinese opened Tibet to the western summiteers in 1978 A.D.  It is straight forward to climb and less technically demanding. It would be an appropriate mountain for those climbers who want to scale 8,000m peak without taking much risk. It is the only 8000m peak completely situated within China on the Tibetan plateau.

Climbers can choose anyone of three routes either through the Southwest face or Northwest face or Northeast ridge. The standard route is via the northwest face and North ridge. It is relatively easy route with access by land transport up  to base camp at 5,000 m. We use yaks transport to carry our expedition equipments from Base camp 5000m, to ABC at 5,400m and then further  three camps we fix before we summit the Shishapangma peak. Route to southwest face is steeper and technically more demanding and involves 2,250 metres ascent.

It was first climbed by a 10- member Chinese expedition team in 1964 led by Xǔjìng successfully. The first U.S. expedition team led by Mike Browning, Chris Pizzo and Glenn Porzak ascended the summit in September, 1983, via Northeast Face.  Until 2000 over 434 people have successfully scaled the summit to Mount Shishapangma. The first winter ascent  was made by Simone Moro and Peter Morawsky.

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Day 1: Arrivel in Kathmandu & transfer to Hotel
Day 2-3: Official formalities in Kathmandu and last minutes shopping
Day 4: Drive to Zangmu
Day 5: Drive to Nyalam
Day 6: Acclimatization
Day 7: Shisha Pangma Base Camp
Day 8-9: Acclimatization at Base Camp
Day 10: Arrive at advance base camp
Day 11-38: Climbing periods
Day 39: ABC to base camp
Day 40: Drive to Nyalam
Day 41: Drive to Kathmandu
Day 42: Kathmandu free day
Day 43: Departure
01: Transfer airport-hotel-airport.
02: Expedition permit and Tibet visa fee
03: High way and conservation charges
04: Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu 2 nights before and 2 nights after expedition
05: All necessary transportation from Kathmandu to Base camp and Base camp to Kathmandu for all member & staff
06: Yaks from Base camp to Advance Base Camp and Advance Base Camp to Base Camp
07: Nepalese cook and Tibetan kitchen boys
08: Equipment allowances, Daily Wages, Insurance, Food and Tents for expedition staffs
09: VE25 North face or any others branded Tents at base camp (C1) (C2) & (C3) for Member and staff
10: Dining tent, Kitchen tent, Toilet tent, Shower tent, Chairs, Tables & Kitchen equipment
11: 03 oxygen bottle for member and 02 oxygen bottle for each Climbing Sherpa
12: Extra Oxygen for emergencies stored at Base camp
13: Top out or Summit mask & Regulator for each member and Sherpa
14: Generator and Solar panels at Base Camp for light and any electronic device
15: Food during the expedition 3 meals a day (breakfast, lunch, dinner and tea coffee)
16: Walki Talkie per member as needed on the basis of Member
17: Weather forecast during the entire expedition
18: 1 Government licensed climbing Sherpa per Member and his summit bonus US $1200
19: High way and conservation charges
20: Weather forecast during the entire expedition
21: Heater for base camp
22: Garbage deposits fee
maintaining
01: International Air flight
02: Nepal entry visa fee. (Can be obtained at the airport upon arrival)
03: Reentry visa for Nepal. The re-entry visa can be obtained at the immigration office in Kodari
04: Meals in Kathmandu
05: Hotel in Kathmandu more than 4 night stay
06: Personal climbing gear
07: Insurance such as travel, accident, medical, emergency evacuation and lost luggage
08: Applicable permit fees and customs charges, etc. for SAT phone, communication equipment and commercial filming
10: Expenses of personal nature such as bar bills, laundry, postage, telephone, battery re-charge during the trek and internet
11: Applicable customs duty and import license fees for all expedition goods arriving in Nepal as air/road cargo
 

 
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