Tilicho Peak Expedition

Annapurna Himalaya
Trip Grade
Level Of Difficulty
Lodging Level
33 days
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Flight & Private Vehicle
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Minimum Pax
min 2 pax


Tilicho Peak, standing tall at 7,134m ( 7.134km ), lies in the Manang district of Nepal. It lies near the great Annapurna mountain and has the world’s highest Tilicho Lake in its north.

Tilicho Peak, shadows the beautiful Marshyangdi valley in the east, Kaligandaki valley in the west. The adventurous valley of Mustang lies just to the north of this peak.

The climb offers the climbers mesmerizing and refreshing views of greenery in the lower parts. As one moves forward, the mountain presents the climbers with excellent and breathtaking views of the massive peak.

The blue colored Tilicho lake is another reward for the climbers. The climb to Tilicho Peak is the best option for climbers who want to experience adventure within 7000m mountains.  The majestic view of the surrounding mountains welcomes the climbers when they reach the summit.


Tilicho Peak Climbing Difficulties

Tilicho Peak is considered a tough mountain to climb. The climbers do face the usual problem of altitude sickness. Along with that, they also have to face the unforeseeable weather of this mountain.

This mountain receives heavy snowfall and strong wind, which increases the chances of avalanches. Besides this, even the topography of Tilicho Peak is hard to climb.

Climbers often face difficulties while passing through the Mesokanto pass. Various portions of this mountain also require technical climbing.

This mountain also has sections, which are almost straight with an elevation of fifty or sixty degrees. It makes the climb much more dangerous and difficult.


Tilicho Peak with the best Expedition company

Tilicho Peak Expedition has a lot to offer to its climbers. It embraces the climbers with its breathtaking landscapes and a great escape from their day-to-day life.

The climbers can see the diversity in the landscapes covering the lower green region to the dry yet massive upper peaks. However, the climbers have to face many challenges before reaching the summit.

And without proper aid and guidance, the climb won’t be possible. It is where Marvel Treks comes into the picture.


When is Tilicho Peak usually climbed?

The climb to the Tilicho Peak expedition is much easier during spring and autumn when the weather is comparatively less cold. During these seasons, the chances of heavy snowfall and avalanches are also less.

Climbers rarely climb this peak during winter as the temperature is harsher than other times. Also, there will be heavy snowfalls and chances of avalanches high during winter.


How hard is it to climb Tilicho Peak?

Climbing Tilicho Peak is considered harder than climbing other mountains of height 7,000m. The unforeseeable climate is one of the challenges that climbers have to face while climbing this mountain.

It increases the chances of heavy avalanches and snowstorms that can be fatal for its climbers. The climbing route of this mountain also requires technical climbing.

Various portions of these mountains are also almost straight, with an elevation of fifty to sixty degrees. It adds more challenges to the pre-existing ones.

The climbers also need to cross the burdensome Mesokota before reaching the summit. All these make climbing much more difficult compared to any other mountains.


How long does it take to climb Tilicho Peak?

Climbing Tilicho Peak might be an adventurous, thrilling and self-refreshing activity. Yet its massive height makes it dangerous too. So, making a rush might not be the best thing to do considering your safety.

The overall adventure of climbing Tilicho Peak takes around 33 days. During these 33 days, it takes about twelve days to reach the basecamp.


Day 1: Arriving at a hotel in Kathmandu


Cost includes(Base camp service)

Transportation: Includes pickups and drop-offs from and to the airport along with the domestic flights and jeep rides.

Food and accommodation: Accommodations will be provided in a 3-star hotel while staying in Kathmandu as well as during different stops in the trip. A welcome dinner will also be held to introduce our team with the clients. Later,3 meals will be served during the trip which will be cooked by talented cooks along with occasional teas and coffee.

Permits and fees: The company will pay for the air cargo charges as well as all the taxes to the Nepalese government on your behalf. The company will also take care of different Royalties and permits from the Nepalese government. Permits for Walkie talkie as well as for satellite phone will also be provided. Additional fees will also be paid for deposition of garbage and stool shipment.

Insurance: The company will cover for insurances of all the involved staff.

Equipment: All the tools and equipment that will be needed for the expedition will be transported by the company through air cargo and potters. In case of unfavorable circumstances, it may also be done through land or helicopters.

Liaison Officer, Sherpas and porters: Every member will be facilitated with one Sherpa and one porter. Also, a legit government Liaison will be present throughout the expedition

Base camp staffs and equipment: The base camp will be fully equipped with a separate kitchen tent, dining tent, communication tent along with a toilet tent along with all the other necessary items that are needed for a comfortable stay. Solar panels or generators will also be managed for electricity as well as the dining tent and other tents will be equipped with heaters to keep you warm. Expert cooks and porters will be there in the camp to assist you. The base camp will also have a bar and bakery.

Communication: Walkie talkie and satellite phones will be given to each member to communicate in between the base camp and the mountain. Internet access will also be granted.

Oxygen masks, bottles and regulators: Every member will be given required bottles of oxygen along with summit masks and regulators in case of emergencies. More will be carried as a backup for emergencies along with a rescue sledge.

Certificate: The members will be honored with a certificate from MoCTCA for their accomplishment of climbing the mountain.

Cost excludes

International flights: The clients have to bear their flights fees while arriving and leaving Nepal.

Visa and insurance: The clients are responsible for their VISA while arriving in Nepal. You have to pay for your insurance in case of any accidents

Meals in Kathmandu: While staying in Kathmandu during the expedition, you will be responsible to pay for your meals.

Personal belongings and interests: The clients are requested to arrange their own clothing and required gears while joining the expedition. You also have to arrange the items required to maintain their personal hygiene. You have to bear the additional charges for services like phone calls, hot bath, laundry etc. You have to pay an extra charge in case you want to shoot videos or capture pictures.

Tips and bonuses: It will be highly appreciated if the clients can make some tips and bonuses to the hardworking Sherpas and the base camp workers.

Extra services: In case you have to return to Kathmandu and can’t wait for the trip to end then you have to bear all the travelling costs to Kathmandu yourself and also have to pay for extra days that you will spend in Kathmandu. In case you want any other services that are not mentioned above then you have to pay extra from your pocket. 


Price from Duration: 33 days
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