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– The very best peaks within the world located at a height of quite 8000 meters would be visible on this trek: Mt. Everest, Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Lhotse and Mt. Kanchenjunga
– You’ll be ready to witness quite 20 peaks spreading across Sikkim and Nepal like Chomolhari, Narsing, Jupono, Goecha Peak, Forked Peak, Kanchenjunga, Kumbhakarna, Frey, Rathong, Koktang, South Kabru, North Kabru, Tenchenkhang, Pandim, Simvo then on.
– The gorgeous rhododendron forest within the Himalayas are going to be your accompaniment throughout the route. From March to July, these forests will have the colorful flowers also .
– If you’re lucky, you’ll spot some rare birds and animals on the way.
– Exotic sunset and sunrise views also because the golden chance to understand the culture of Bhutan and Nepal along side Sikkim.
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Arrive Bagdogra airport
Once you Bagdogra Airport and meet the guide after you reach there.
Get a drive to Pelling and stay overnight there.
A leisure day in Pelling - Uttarey
Spend an entire leisure day in Pelling visiting places of tourist interest including Pemayangtshe Monastery, changa chollan monastery, Rabdentshe palace.
Return to your hotel and have lunch followed by your visit Uttarey.
Uttarey to Chiwa Bhanjyang - 6 hours
For eight days you'll thread your high and over the very best reaches of the Singalila Ridge, which forms the border between Sikkim and Nepal.
You might meet the occasional yak herder on the way.
The names given to places around here however exotic it's going to sound to your ear are basically related to their purpose, like high pastures, passes and ridge points.
Pass through an upscale forest cover, swathes of rhododendrons, open ridges, sacred lakes and remote passes.
Reach Chiwa Bhanjyang (3,100 m) after covering a simple trail that rises gently through rainforest until a final steep ascent for the last few hours brings you to the Nepalese border which is your first camp
Chiwa Bhanjyang. Acclimatization Day
Trek - 5½ hours.
This is a beautiful setting to accumulate some essential early acclimatization.
A hike to the nearby Singalila Peak at 3500m will offer you valuable acclimatization and a few excellent views.
Chiwa Bhanjyang to Dhor - 7½ hours. Camp 3800m
A gentle uphill traverse through forest then over a more exposed hillside will allow you to reach some extent where prayer flags are found along side the distinct views of the lofty towers within the background.
The occasional yak herder’s hut is that the only sign of habitation as you look down far below to the rice fields and cardamom plantations.
You will be staying during a remote campsite amidst pure nature.
Dhor to Pare Megu - 7 hours. Camp 3800m
Rising just before dawn, a five-minute walk onto the ridge may reveal the spectacular sight of sunrise on both Everest and Kanchenjunga.
The whole day, you'll be descending and climbing to possess a gentle progress of altitude spiraling from one side of the ridge to the opposite until a rough steep ascent takes us across a pass.
Beyond, the trail wends its way steadily through rhododendrons and past several Hindu shrines where a second easier pass drops right down to our camp on the brink of a shepherd’s summer settlement.
Get an opportunity to identify the blue sheep down the mountain side.
Pare Megu to Lam Pokhari - 4½ hours. Camp 4300m
Continue walking on an honest trail through woods until you start a gentle get up a broad valley where you'll be ready to catch the primary closer view of the whole Kabru range dominated by Mount Pandim (6,691m).
A further 2 hours of ascent will take you to the campsite near the Everest and a number of other Khumbu giants dominating the distant skyline.
An afternoon of rest and acclimatization for the subsequent day’s foot slogging.
Lam Pokhari to Gomathang - 6 hours. Camp 3900m
You are reached the high mountain country and therefore the forests lie far below.
You have crossed the Lam Pokhari, which marks your entry back to Sikkim after two days of your walk along the Nepal border.
A little snow underfoot are often expected as you climb to the primary pass, the Danphe Bhir La at 4,530 meters, the Pass of the Pheasant.
From here it's possible to ascertain the entire of Sikkim with the view stretching out well into Tibet and Bhutan.
A further hour’s contouring and alittle ascent reveals the KagBhir La (the Pass of the Crow) where you would possibly get enough time and space to look at a panorama of Himalayan peaks including Khangchendzonga.
Walk down Capitol Hill to succeed in the bottom camp almost the river for your stay overnight.
Gomathang to Tikip Chu - 8 hours. Camp 3850m
Leave your lovely meadow camp to climb through forests of sweet smelling fir and rhododendrons.
Soon you'll reach the high mountain terrain again. Look out for the brightly colored Danphe birds (Impeyan Pheasant), which nest within the high crags round the Kamsey La, 4,200 m.
Walk right down to the meadows of Kok ling and watch subsequent pass located at a height of 4,300 meters where you'll reach after a gentle ascent up a steep crag to a skyline dominated by the dizzying pinnacles and icy cliffs of Kanchenjunga.
Once again you'll end the day with a steep descent to the campsite by the Tikip Chu, which has its source high on the Rathong mountains (6,679 m.)
Tikip Chu to Dzongri - 3 hrs. 4,030 meters
Today your route joins the regular trail up to the Goecha La.
A steady climb through ancient fir forest, juniper and rhododendrons gradually opens bent the summer pastures of Dzongri.
Another high camp, but you ought to get acclimatized by now probably.
Dzongri to Lamuney - 6 hours. Camp 4,200 m.
Sri Khola, Dense Forests, Orchid Plantations, Colourful Birds
Down Capitol Hill to Kokchulang where you're likely to accost other trekkers making us reminisce on reflection towards really appreciating the peace and solitude of our previous couple of days.
Move easily up to the valley passing the busy trekkers campsite of Thangsing to our own riverside camp a brief distance below the Samiti Lake.
Lamuney - Goecha La - Thangshing - 10 hrs. Camp 3,800
Aim for the Goecha La (The Locked Gate), which lies at almost 5000m, and start well before sunrise within the clear cold morning air.
Around us is an awe-inspiring Himalayan landscape of tumbling glaciers, pinnacles ridges and soaring peaks dominated by the mighty bulk of Kanchenjunga towering above, but the view from our own ‘summit’ is equally stunning.
Return to your high camp for a welcome breakfast. Thereafter, head right down to Thangsing where the air feels wonderfully rich at just 3,600 m.
A long day of around 10 hours depending in fact on what proportion time you spend at Goecha La.
Thangsing - Lampokhari - kokchurung
Lampokhari which suggests long lake gives you a crucial trek which features a gradual up hill walk and after there backtrack to Kokchurung which it takes altogether 5-6 hour.
Kokchurung - Tshoka
On new ground today, follow the normal route back to the most valley.
Tshoka is a fascinating little Tibetan settlement perched on a mountain spur. it'll be your first encounter on this trek with permanent village life, and therefore the novelty of getting a roof over your heads will add a replacement dimension to the journey.
Tshoka to Yuksom
Descend through rainforest rich with bird-life and flowers, across spectacular bridges spanning cascading rivers whose sources are high within the mountains you've got already witnessed.
Tired and elated you'll arrive in Yuksom and later check your hotel and relax.
This will be your last evening with the trekking crew so you're getting an choice to celebrate the Judgment Day with the team mates.
Leisure day at Yuksom
Get a leisure day at Yuksom and spend the time consistent with your wish.
Wake up early within the morning have some tea or breakfast then get a drive to Bagdogra for your return journey.