Putha Hiunchuli Peak ClimbingPutha Hiunchuli Peak Climbing is the expedition into one of the best mountain amongst the other seven thousanders in Nepal.
- ELEVATION:7246 Meter
- DURATION:32 Days
Putha Hiunchuli Peak Climbing is the expedition into one of the best mountain amongst the other seven thousanders in Nepal. The peak lies in the western part of Dhaulagiri Range, also referred as Dhaulagiri VII is a perfect trek and climb expedition accompanied by the beautiful range of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, enchanting nature and the landscapes of unique world made of high cliffs and deep canyons.
The Putha Hiunchuli (7246m) marks the far western part of Dhaulagiri Range to the west of Annapurna and south of Ganesh Himal, standing on a perfect composition. The peak was first conquered by Jimmy Roberts; a legendary explorer, climber and also named as the father of modern trekking in Nepal; on 1954 and also Ang Nyima Sherpa on the same day. The peak is a rarely climbed peak which comprises of two faces; a steep and more technical ridge and n easier part in the northern side where the slopes do not exceed 35 degrees.
Climbing Putha Hiunchuli Peak will be our best chance to explore the beauty and wonders of nature as the place being famous, still has less people exploring the peak compared to other peaks and hence offers great opportunity of exploration and avoiding the crowds. The Base camp is situated at as elevation of 4575m, from where we set up three camps at higher elevation before attempting the summit; Camp 1 at 5533m, Camp 2 at 5940m and Camp 3 at 6475m.