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Mt Frey Peak Expedition

14 Nights/15 Days
Price per person ON REQUEST
Difficulty
Difficulty
Difficult to Strenuous (AD+)
Duration
Duration
15 Days
Maximum Altitue
Maximum Altitue
5830 m / 19127 ft
Pickup Point
Pickup Point
Bagdogra / NJP
Drop Point
Drop Point
Bagdogra / NJP
Base Camp
Base Camp
Yuksam
Min/Max Age
Min/Max Age
14 to 65 years
Best time to visit
Best time to visit
Mar to May & Sept to Nov

Trip Overview

Frey Peak is a beautiful Matterhorn lookalike peak near Rathong glacier in the western part of Sikkim. It lies in the vicinity of majestic Mt. Kabru, Mt, Rathong, and Mt Kokthang. The peak is approached traversing the gorgeous Frey glacier. This peak is named after famous mountaineer George Frey who in an attempt to climb Mt. Kokthang near Frey peak with Tenzing Norgay fell and died. Ice ax and crampons of George Frey are still lying at the base of Frey peak as his memorial.

Due to its prominent resemblance with the famous peak of Europe Matterhorn peak, it offers the climbers and trekkers an opportunity to test their persistence, experience thrill, and also explore many gripping regions like Chaurikhang, Dzongri, Tshoka, and Yuksam.

The Frey expedition takes the climbers and trekkers on a trek in a gratifying and comprehensive manner. The trail at the base is usually rocky and includes many snow gaps in between. The Frey peak expedition offers a beautiful panorama and allows the climbers to take delight in the undulating beauty of nature. This peak can be relished to the best during March to May and October to November.

Itinerary

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    Day 1

    Bagdogra to Yuksam (1785m/7 hrs drive) (Hotel stay) - D

    Upon arrival at Bagdogra airport meet our representative and drive towards Yuksam via Melli Check post. On arrival at Yuksam check into Hotel and refresh. Evening free to explore Yuksam and its surrounding. Overnight at the hotel.

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    Day 2

    Yuksam Sightseeing, Briefing & Final preparation (2-4 hrs hike) (Hotel Stay) - B/L/D

    After breakfast hike to Coronation Throne, Dubdi Monastery, Hongri Monastery, and Tshong Village for stretching and acclimatization. Briefing with a question-and-answer session in the evening. Overnight at the Hotel.

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    Day 3

    Yuksam to Tshoka (3050m/6-7 hrs trek) (Camping) - B/L/D

    We begin our trek today through a small village and stop at the Kanchendzonga National Park, check the post for checking formalities. Continue to walk through semi-tropical forests, home to a variety of flora and fauna. Crossing the last of the two hanging bridges over rivers Paha Khola and Tshuchey, we arrive at Sachen. Break for lunch and continue to walk to Bahkim. We cross a long old swinging bridge over Prek-Chu, it’s a steep climb of 70 degrees uphill to Bakhim and we continue climbing steeply to the Tibetan Refugee settlement of Tsokha as we trek through pine and giant rhododendron forests. Here we also get our first view of Mt.Pandim (6780m) and Mt. Tenchinkhang which could be seen from all points of our trek. Tshoka itself is a small village consisting of about a dozen houses and monasteries, inhabited by Tibetan refugees. Overnight Camping.

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    Day 4

    Tsokha to Dzongri (4030m/5-6 hrs trek) (Camping/huts) - B/L/D

    Today we continue our uphill journey through the temperate forest till Phedang (3550m), a large clearing in the forest with excellent views of the Kanchenjunga range of mountains. After lunch, it’s a 40 min steep walk, as we reach the ridge’s top, Deorali Dara or Windy hill which one gets the awesome views of the Sikkim Mountains and its peaks. A nice leisurely hour walks through the rhododendron trees and juniper bushes before we reach Dzongri. Overnight Camping.

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    Day 5

    Dzongri Acclimatization/Dzongrila/Laxmi Pokhari (4300m/4500m/40 mins/3 hrs trek) (Camping) - B/L/D

    Rest day for acclimatization and hike to Dzongrila & Laxmi Pokhari. Rise early at dawn, a 30-40 mins steep hike amidst thin air to Dabla Gang (Dzongri-la OR viewpoint) to view the sunrise on Kangchenjunga and the neighboring peaks; Rathong 6683m; Kokthang 6150m; Kabru Dome 6604m and Forked Peak 6116m. Return to camp for breakfast. Free to explore, Day hike to Laxmi Pokhari or take a walk toward the Black peak for acclimatization from where we can see Frey’s peak and the Rathong valley. Return to the campsite. Overnight Camping.

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    Day 6

    Dzongri to Chaurikhang (4450m/5-6 hrs trek) (Camping) - B/L/D

    After Breakfast, we will follow the trek to Chaurikhang which begins through Dafla gang valley with a magnificent panoramic view of various peaks. Soon after leaving Dzongri, you will find that the trial is more or less steep up to Chaurikhang - Dzongri La Pass, from where the first sight of Chaurikhang and Rathong River is seen. After resting here with breath-taking views of the Himalayan range, the trek began downhill through the slopes towards the Bikhbari campsite. It is a beautiful trail to walk on surrounded by huge mountains and peaks. The trek again becomes a little tough as we will be approaching Chaurikhang. It will be a little tiring for Bikhbari due to the uphill trek. Overnight Camping.

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    Day 7

    Rest and Acclimatization Day in Chaurikhang (4450m) (Camping) - B/L/D

    Rest and free day for acclimatization, preparation, and final checking of climbing gears and equipment. The actual tough and climbing part of the expedition starts from this point onwards. Overnight Camping.

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    Day 8

    Chaurikhang to ABC (Advance Base Camp) (Approx 5090m/5-6 hrs trek) (Camping) - B/L/D

    After breakfast and offering prayers to the mountain gods, we will trek from Churikhang to Advance Base Camp of Frey Peak. It is a steep uphill trek through the moraines which makes walking harder. Only essential supplies required for climbing and eatery will be shifted to ABC leaving unnecessary items in Chaurikhang. Overnight Camping in ABC.

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    Day 9

    ABC - Day for Route Checking, Route Opening, and preparation for Summit push (5090m/5-7 hrs trek) - B/L/D

    Today will be a day for route checking, route opening, and final preparation for a successful summit push. Route checking and route opening will be done by the expert climbing team of Sherpas from the advance base camp to the base of the Frey Peak. Our team of climbing Sherpa and guide will fix the rope for your safety till the base of the summit as around 400 to 600 ft sections of the route are steep with loose boulders making it risky to climb. After the final preparation back to ABC for an overnight stay.

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    Day 10

    ABC to Summit Push and back to Chaurikhang (5830m/7-8 hrs trek and actual climbing) (Camping) - B/L/D

    Today we will start early morning at around 3-4 am for the summit push. The route to the summit is a steep climb with boulders, ice, and snow all around. Our expert climbing Sherpa guides will make it a little easier for you to reach the summit with close personal attention and safety. After a feeling of victory and happiness at the summit and enjoying a panoramic view of the surrounding which includes gorgeous Rathong Glacier, Kabru Dome, Mt. Kabru, Mt. Rathong, and Mt. Kokthang, we will slowly descent back to ABC. After good lunch, we will trek down to Chaurikhang. Overnight stay at Chaurikhang.

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    Day 11

    Extra or Back up day for Summit Push - B/L/D

    This particular day is reserved as an extra day or the backup day for a summit push as the weather condition in mountains is unpredictable. We can head back to Base Camp if the summit push is successful on the first attempt. Overnight Camping

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    Day 12

    Chaurikhang to Dzongri (4030m/5-6 hrs trek) (Camping)- B/L/D

    Today, we will trek down from Chaurikhang to Dzongri the same way we took on the way up. Overnight Camping.

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    Day 13

    Dzongri to Tshoka (3050m//4-5 hours) (Camping) - B/L/D

    Early morning hike to the viewpoint of Dzongri la for the Panoramic view of majestic Mt. Kanchendzonga and its neighboring Peaks. Later after breakfast head back the same way to Tshoka. Overnight Camping.

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    Day 14

    Tsokha to Yuksom (1785m/5-6 hrs trek) (Hotel stay) - D

    After breakfast trek back to Yuksam the same way. Hot lunch on the halfway or can ask for pack lunch.

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    Day 15

    Yuksam to Bagdogra (6-7 hrs drive)

    Early morning drive to Bagdogra Airport for flight back home with wonderful lifetime memories.

Trip Highlights

1) Pristine Peak - Summit Mt. Frey Peak, the gorgeous Matterhorn lookalike peaks in Sikkim.

2) Gorgeous Breath-taking views - Get a close-up view of some of the most beautiful peaks of Sikkim from proximity.

3) Yuksam - The first capital of Sikkim and a base camp of famous Goechala Kanchendzonga Trek and several Mountain Expeditions. The Oldest monastery of Sikkim, Dubdi Monastery is located at Yuksam. The Famous Coronation Throne where the first king of Sikkim was crowned by the three religious monks is in Yuksam.

4) Tshoka - A small Refuge settlement at the height of 3000m. A first-day camping point of the trek. From Tshoka one can see a glimpse of towering snow-capped mountain peaks - Mt. Pandim and a few others.

5) Dzongri Viewpoint - The most beautiful and ideal viewpoint of high-altitude treks in Sikkim. One can witness a 360-degree view of the Pristine and Panoramic 16 snow-capped mountain peaks and hills. Located at the height of 4250m Dzongri Viewpoint offers sublime and captivating scenery of the entire Himalayan range.

6) Chaurikhang or HMI Base Camp - An ideal location away from the regular trekking route. From chaurikhang one can see peaks like Renok, Frey, Kabru South, Kabru Dome, Fork 1, 2, 3, etc. This place is used by the Himalayan Mountaineering Institute as a base camp to train mountaineering trainees from all over the world.

7) Laxmi Pokhari (Lake) in Dzongri - A pristine high-altitude lake situated a 3-hour walk from the Dzongri Campsite

* IF THE ROUND TRIP TO GOECHALA SIDE IS TAKEN THEN -

8) Samiti lake - One of the most pristine and holy high-altitude lakes in Sikkim. It lies exactly Infront of Mt. Kanchendzonga and is a treat to witness on a clear sunny day.

9) Goechala Viewpoint - The closest point to Mt. Kanchendzonga - The guardian deity of Sikkim! The Goechala viewpoint provides a sublime and closest view of Mt. Kanchendzonga and Mt. Pandim. One can have the closest look at Thalung Glacier too at the bottom of Mt. Kanchendzonga.

10) The mountains and peaks of Sikkim are less conquered. This itself makes it challenging and worth trying for.

 

 

Health and Fitness

You have to be Fit and Healthy to undertake the Mt. Frey Peak Expedition. Trekking for 6 to 7 hours a day in high Himalayan foothills is one of the most important requirements for this high-altitude trek and Expedition. Apart from good health conditions basic mental preparation and determination are also very important.

People suffering from Acute Heart and Lung diseases, Asthma, and High blood pressure are not recommended to take up this Expedition Trip.

To complete this high-altitude trek and climbing Expedition regular exercises like running, skipping, aerobics, and long-distance uphill trekking (4 to 5 times a week) are highly recommended as one needs lots of stamina and endurance to succeed climbing with a backpack on your back. One should start making basic physical preparation at least 2 months before the Expedition.

Prior training, trekking experience, and mental determination are crucial for the Mt. Frey Peak climbing. If you have already walked above 3000m above sea level, you know much about the Himalayas. While climbing Mt. Frey, you need to use the basic climbing equipment appropriately. Don’t worry if you have no idea about it! Our professional climbing guide will train you how to use those gears and equipment before the summit push.

The packing of right and comfortable clothing also makes a difference in the completion of the Expedition, so it is necessary to be disciplined while packing your clothing and gears for the Trip. You can contact us for help with clothing gears and packing!

During the Expedition, we provide a basic medicine Kit that includes Medicine for High Altitude sickness, Headache, Diarrhoea, Vomiting, Common Cold, etc. All of our medicine is scientific medicine purchased in India, however, we advised you to bring your small medicinal kit for the trip if possible. 

 

Trekking/Tour Tips

1. A common tendency among young blood and beginners is to show enthusiasm by walking fast with excitement. Even the experienced sometimes try to show off by walking fast, this is soon exhausting and not recommended. Walk slow - warm up gradually and continue at a slow comfortable pace before pushing yourself a little more.

2. Develop a personal rhythm. Maintain your steps to synchronize with breathing. This will help minimize getting out of breath.

3. Walking in Himalayan trails with loose soil, rocks, ice, and snow is tricky. So, avoid stepping on loose soil and rocks and place the foot flat and firm with a better grip. Always follow the rule ‘heel first’ while walking on the Himalaya trail. 

4. Walking in a zigzags manner while ascending on a very steep slope is advisable. While descending walking zigzag is a good technique to avoid excessive pressure on knees and avoid knee pain and blisters.  

5. Avoid stepping on loose stones and soil to avoid an accident.

6. Avoid overtaking fellow travelers on a narrow trail. Only Overtake at comfortable wide space if necessary. 

7. While ascending and descending a slope or over loose stones, leave sufficient space between the next person so that any stone rolling down does not hit trekkers below.

8. Do not run down a slope. Bend knees a little while descending. Dig heels into soft snow or soft ground.

9. Our Himalayan condition is mostly wet so avoid wet grass, wet roots, and the muddy zone which can be very slippery. Be careful while walking on them.

10. Shortcuts on a foot trail should be avoided.

11. Always put on warm clothing while taking a rest. This will help avoid getting cold, cough, and high-altitude sickness

12. Respect the sentiments and traditions of the local hill people.

13. Always carry enough water in your water bottle as water is essential in avoiding altitude sickness.

14. Wear a comfortable and right set of trekking boots, pants, and jackets. Avoid wearing new trekking boots directly for the Trek. Get used to it by wearing it before the trek. Carry all necessary clothing.

15. Need to build up good physical fitness as you will be climbing under some challenging circumstances such as thin oxygen lands, deep snow, and extreme cold.

16. Need to be familiar with crampons, ice ax, walking roped-up, and other basic climbing gears. Previous climbing experience is advantageous but not mandatory.

 Halts and Rests:

1. While taking a rest, lie against a tree trunk, a big stone, or on flat ground. Place your legs on your bags or any other higher ground. This helps regulate blood circulation.

2. Stop at any comfortable point after the first start to readjust your rucksack, jackets, or tie a shoelace for better comfort and adjustment.

3. Do not make frequent or prolonged halts. Too many small stops destroy the walking rhythm. Frequent rests are not helpful. You should follow your own rhythmic walking pace and technique to avoid unnecessary tiredness. A stop should be made only at natural stopping points, like on the top of a ridge, before an ascent, or at a scenic viewpoint.

4. Stop and place yourself on the safer (Mountain) side to give way for the pack animals to pass through. Avoid bags carried by the animals that can push you. Be aware of the yak's horn too.

 

 

 

 

 

Inclusion
Exclusion

SERVICES INCLUDED:

1) PICK UP AND DROP TO/FROM AIRPORT IN A PRIVATE TOURIST VEHICLE
2) HOTEL ACCOMMODATION IN YUKSAM
3) FULL LOGISTICS AND GROUND SUPPORT
4) CLIMBING SHERPA, GUIDE, COOK, PORTERS, AND PACK ANIMALS
5) CAMPING ACCOMMODATION
6) ALL MEALS & DRINKS THROUGHOUT THE TRIP
7) TREKKING PERMIT, CLIMBING PERMIT, AND KANCHENJUNGA NATIONAL PARK PERMIT
8) KANCHENDZONGA NATIONAL PARK AND TOURISM FEES
9) EXPEDITION ROYALTIES AND FEES

SERVICES EXCLUDED:

1) INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC FLIGHT TICKETS
2) INSURANCE OF ANY NATURE 
3) ALCOHOL AND BEVERAGES
4) TIPS AND GIFTS
5) PERSONAL SHOPPING COST
6) EXTRA EXPENSES DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES
7) ANYTHING NOT INCLUDED IN INCLUDED LIST

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

WHERE IS MT. FREY PEAK LOCATED
Mt. Frey, the Matterhorn lookalike trekking peak of Sikkim lies inside the Kanchendzonga National Park in the western part of Sikkim. Yuksam is the last village before heading for Mt. Frey peak with a motorable road connection. 

HOW TO REACH YUKSAM
The closest Airport to Yuksam, Sikkim is PAKYONG AIRPORT & BAGDOGRA AIRPORT. You have to fly either to Bagdogra Airport or Pakyong Airport. From there you can drive to Yuksam with a private reserve vehicle.
Pakyong Airport is around 6 hours’ drive and Bagdogra Airport is around 7 hours’ drive from Yuksam.

HOW DIFFICULT IS Mt. FREY PEAK CLIMB
Elevated at 5830m (19,127 ft) above the sea surface, Mt. Frey Peak is one of the most beautiful and thrilling climbing peaks for professionals as well as for first-timers and novice climbers. Previous alpine climbing experiences are beneficial but it is not mandatory to climb Mt. Frey.

The climb involves above 5800m height with some difficulties so one needs to be physically fit, healthy, and used to high-altitude trekking with basic knowledge about climbing gears and equipment. 

DO YOU PROVIDE TREKKING GEAR AND EQUIPMENT FOR Mt. FREY PEAK EXPEDITION
We provide you with all the necessary gears and equipment however there are certain climbing gears that you need to bring along yourself. We will update you on such gear and types of equipment over email. 

WHAT GEARS AND CLOTHING TO CARRY FOR Mt. FREY PEAK EXPEDITION
No matter what season you are planning to climb the mountains are always going to be cold, rough, and tough so it is necessary to pack yourself with adequate and proper clothing. Here is the standard kit checklist for the Frey Peak Expedition.

Proper packing of the trekking and expedition gears is necessary with eyes on the weight limit. It is important to have a good brand of clothing and climbing gear. 

Basic Gears:
BackPack & rain cover or Duffel bag (50 to 70 ltr)
Day Pack & rain cover (20 to 30 ltr)
Walking stick (1 pair or at least one)
Water Bottle (2 bottles of 2 ltr each)
Thermos flask (1 nos)
Head Light (1 Nos with 4 pairs of batteries)
Gaiters (1 pair)

Upper and Lower Clothings:
T-Shirt (2 to 3 full sleeves). Mostly noncotton
Fleece T-shirt (1 nos)
Thermal Inner-wears or base layers (1 nos or 1 pair) such as long jones
Fleece Jacket (1 nos)
Down, Feather, or Holofil Jackets (1 nos)
Wind and Waterproof jackets & pants (1 pair)
Trekking Pants (1 pair). Comfortable and durable
Short Trekking Pants (1 nos or 1 pair)
Poncho (1 nos)

Headgears:
Woolen cap (1 nos)
Sun cap (1 nos)
Balaclava or scarf (1 nos)
Sunglasses (1 nos) U/V protected and dark

Hand gears:
Waterproof gloves (1 nos)
Woolen gloves (1 nos)

Feet gears:
Waterproof Trekking boots (1 nos) preferably ankle high Goretex, North face, Colombia or Quechua
Snickers or running shoes (1 nos) preferably from any reputed brand
Gaiters (1 nos)
Sandals or flippers (1 nos)
Cotton socks (4 pairs)
Woolen socks (2 pairs)

Personal utilities:
Sunscreen cream
Moisturizers
Hand sanitizers
Toilet papers and wipes
Anti-bacterial powders
Lip balm
Toothbrush and toothpaste

Climbing gears:
Climbing Boots
Crampons
Ascender (Jumar)
Descender (Figure of Eight Lock)/Super 8
Screw Gate/Carabiner/Karabiner
Ice Axe
Helmet-UIAA Test
Harness
Trekking Pole
Insect Repellent   
Sleeping Bags
Prusik Rope/ Infinity Dry Rope
Climbing Rope
Survival Blankets
Altimeter
Oximeter
Snow Bar
Ice Screw
Braking Belay Device
U-Lock

WHY CONTINGENCY OR EXTRA DAYS ARE NECESSARY WHILE CLIMBING MT. FREY PEAK
Contingency days are crucial in mountain climbing and expedition. Due to the bad weather, the mountaineers may suffer from altitude sickness or summit push might not be possible on the targeted day. So, you need to wait for the perfect weather to summit the peak. If they are not favorable, you need to wait until they become favorable. Thus, contingency days are important in such expeditions.

CAN I EXIT YUKSAM ON THE LAST DAY OF THE Mt. FREY PEAK EXPEDITION DIRECTLY
Yes, you can if you are looking to reach any other location near to Yuksam OR if it is too urgent and necessary. Driving to Airport and Railway directly after the expedition is not recommended.

We will advise not to plan to leave Yuksam directly after the last day of the expedition as it will be too tiring and hectic. Driving at night on the Himalayan road is not comfortable and enjoyable.

The earliest you will reach Yuksam on the last day of the expedition is around 1 pm so long hours drive thereafter is not possible.

CAN I LEAVE EXTRA BAGS AT YUKSAM AND COLLECT THEM ON THE LAST DAY OF THE Mt. FREY PEAK EXPEDITION
Yes, you can keep a bag of clothes at Yuksam and collect it after the trek. We will advise you to leave one set of clothing at Yuksam for the last day as normally pack animals arrive late on the last day of the trek.

You can even keep valuables and cash at our office safely and collect them after the trek.

WHAT DOCUMENTS NEED TO BE CARRIED FOR Mt. FREY PEAK EXPEDITION
Indian trekkers must carry identification documents such as VOTER ID CARRD, DRIVING LICENSE, AADHAR CARD, INDIAN PASSPORT, Medical Insurance, Medical fitness certificate, and self-declaration to undertake the expedition along with 8 pcs PASSPORT SIZE photograph. Original documents need to be carried along. 

Foreigners need to carry INDIAN VISA, PASSPORT, SIKKIM INNER LINE PERMIT, Medical Insurance, Medical fitness certificate, and self-declaration to undertake the expedition along with 8 pcs PASSPORT SIZE photograph. 

Original documents need to be carried along. 

IS THERE CONNECTIVITY DURING Mt. FREY PEAK EXPEDITION
There is no phone connectivity during the Frey peak Expedition. Yuksam is the last village where you can get a phone and internet connection.

At certain specific locations between Yuksam to Tshoka, you can get Vodafone, Airtel, and Jio networks. Even at Tshoka and Phedang, you can get a phone network if the weather condition is favorable.

There is no electricity throughout the Mt. Frey peak expedition.

HOW IS THE WEATHER & TEMPERATURE DURING THE Mt. FREY PEAK EXPEDITION
There are two distinct seasons for doing the Mt. Frey peak expedition. Mid-March, April to May (Spring) and Mid-September, October to November (Autumn). Normally weather remains good and clear in those given periods however there is no guarantee as weather is extremely unpredictable in our Himalayas and does change within hours and days.

The temperature at each campsite depends largely on each day's specific weather condition.

Spring (Mid-March, April till May)
* Yuksam to Tshoka
Morning and Evening – 12 to 16 degrees centigrade
Day time – 18 to 24 degrees centigrade
Late Evening and Mid Night – 8 to 14 degrees centigrade

* Phedang, Dzongri, and above
Morning and Evening – 4 to 12
Day time – 12 to 18 degrees centigrade
Late Evening and Mid Night – minus 10 to 4 degrees centigrade

* Advance Base Camp and above 
Morning and Evening – minus 10 to 6 degrees centigrade
Day time – 0 to 16 degrees centigrade
Late Evening and Mid Night – minus 18 to 0 degrees centigrade

Autumn (Mid-September, October till November)
* Yuksam to Tshoka
Morning and Evening – 8 to 14 degrees centigrade
Day time – 16 to 21 degrees centigrade
Late Evening and Mid Night – 2 to 10 degrees centigrade

* Phedang, Dzongri, and above
Morning and Evening – minus 8 to 10
Day time – 2 to 14 degrees centigrade
Late Evening and Mid Night – minus 15 to 2 degrees centigrade

* Advance Base Camp and above 
Morning and Evening – minus 12 to 4 degrees centigrade
Day time – 0 to 12 degrees centigrade
Late Evening and Mid Night – minus 20 to 0 degrees centigrade

 

 

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