Thamserku Peak (6608m)
March - May & Sept - Nov
Mt. Thamserku (6608m)is one of the fascinating mountains in the Everest region that can overwhelm even the most skilled and technically sound climbers It has two peaks that are permitted for climbing by the Nepal government. The northern Peak is called Kusum Kanguru and the southern Peak is known as Kangtega. The views from the summits are rewarding enough, but the tough climb which is lined with steep slopes and unpredictable crevices gives you a sense of accomplishment that is required to reach the next milestone.
Your Thamserku Expedition journey starts from Lukla and follows the famed Everest Base Camp Trekking Trail to the here of Khumbu at Namche Bazaar. After having a fun experience with the items, cuisines of the numerous vendors, and acclimatization you head towards the Thamserku Base Camp at South West. You rest at the Base Camp which is over 4900 m and let your body acclimatize while going through some intense climbing practices. As you make your way to the higher camps, you should be careful of your surroundings while making the most of your equipment. The Sherpas here display their natural climbing experience and skills to guide you to the top.
The summit view makes you realize what a marvelous sculptor nature is with expedition peaks such as Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Cho Oyo, and various others form an enclosure of the Khumbu region. On your way back, you might go on a minor shopping spree at the Namche Bazaar and take home souvenirs that are made by the local tribes and ethnic groups of the valley.
What do you expect from a walk? Well adventure and incredible experience, this is what we all look forward to. But if you really want to enjoy trekking, this is the perfect trail that you can choose for your next trip.
Why Thamserku Expedition ?
- Perfect views of the snowcapped mountains such as Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Cho Oyo
- Trek with Sherpa's and enjoy their company
- Enjoying different landscapes, culture, and lifestyle of locals
- Trek through the rhododendron and pine forest