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MAKALU BASE CAMP AND LUMBASUMBA PASS

Group Size

5-15 people

meal

breakfast, lunch, dinner

accomodation

hotel, lodge,tent

arrival on

kathmandu

departure from

kathmandu

trip level

moderate

max. altitude

5700m

Best season

Autumn, Spring

trip highlights

  • A rare, original, and exclusive route
  • The little-traveled Lumbasumba pass
  • camping trip  and hike Makalu Pattar 5700m
  • Isolated villages of Tibetan culture

Makalu base camp and lumbasumba are one of the famous destinations of Nepal for trekking and expedition.  Makalu is the fifth world’s highest mountain (8481m). It is located in the Mahalangur Himalayas southeast of Mount Everest, on the border between Nepal and Tibet china.  Makalu is an isolated peak whose shape is a four-sided pyramid.  Makalu’s difficult peak is first the summit by the French expedition team on May 15, 19955. Normally, the Makalu base camp trek is a less frequent route due to its relative inaccessibility. However, It’s not easy to reach as their daily flight to tumlingtar. This trek has breathtaking beauty around every corner, ancient cultures, adventures, and mind-boggling diversity and route connect to the Great Himalayan trail

how dfficultMakalu base camp trek and Lumbasumba trek?

Makalu base camp and lumbasumba situate at Makalu Himalayan glacier Inside the Barun national park of Sankhuwasabha district of Nepal. basically, this trip offers a true wilderness experience in the rugged uninhabited terrain of Makalu Barun National Park.  normally, the trails to Makalu base camp are tough to follow at some places. So, we provide you strong local guide for your successful trip.

Makalu Barun national park is rich in flora fauna and biodiversity. Truly, the national park area contains over  440species of birds,3,000 species of flowering plants. Also includes 25 species of rhododendron, 47 types of orchids, and 56 rare plants. and 75 species of mammals, including the endangered clouded leopard (Snow leopard), red panda, musk deer, wild boar, have been recorded.

Makalu base camp trails

Makalu base camp and lumbasumba Trekking start a one-hour flight from Kathmandu to the small airport at Tumlingtar by Buddha Air or Yeti Airlines operate one daily flight each. obviously, it is an ideal trek for nature-loving trekkers. Who wants to experience a variety of landscapes and cultures with warm terraced farming land, ethnic groups. As well as, uncommon views of the world’s tallest mountains, including Everest and others. As the trail ascent, you will award by high waterfall into deep gorges, craggy rock rise from Hugh green forest, colorful flower with different above 6000m snow peak.

Best season

From March to May, the days are sunny and the temperatures increasingly mild. The view of the mountains worsens as the monsoon approaches, but it is also the time of flowering for the magnificent rhododendrons, especially in the Annapurna region and Manaslu region. and September to November It is an excellent time for tourism and trekking, although nighttime temperatures can be cold, especially in the Everest region. During the months of October and November, the sky is normally a deep blue and the sun is often bright. Mountain views are mostly crystalline and daytime temperatures pleasant.

Itinerary

Arrival in Kathmandu. you are greeted at the airport by our team and then transferred to our hotel. Evening briefing from your guide.

approximately 15 hours of driving to the hotel
Final altitude: approximately 13,50 m
Meals: dinner
Accommodation: night in the hotel

We reserve this day for sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley and to prepare for trekking. After having a warm breakfast, we will leave the hotel in a private vehicle with an experienced tour guide. We will visit several UNESCO-listed world heritage sites in Kathmandu valley and the famous sacred Hindu temple, the Pashupatinath temple, Swayambhunath stupa, and Boudhanath stupa. These places are famous to have inherited ancient religious practices, architecture, and culture.

Tour: full-day tour
Final altitude: approximately 13,50 m
Meals: breakfast
Accommodation: night in the hotel

Flight of about an hour with superb views of the massifs of Ganesh, Langtang, Jugal, Rolwaling, Khumbu and Everest  Makalu, and up to Kangchenjunga. A real “mountain flight”! From Tumlingtar aerodrome, we continue by Jeep on-road then track to get closer to the mountain. Stopover in Num, a few shops and lodges overlooking the deep furrow traced by the Arun River.

Transport: by private vehicle and domestic flight
Duration of transfer/transport: around 5 h
Final altitude: around 1,500 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in tent or lodge

We take the Jeep to do the few kilometers until the end of the dusty track 500 meters below. Now it is on foot that we are going to move and to start we engage in a big descent in the deciduous forest to cross the Arun on our first metal footbridge before going up through the rice and cardamom crops until in Seduwa.

Transport: by private vehicle
Around 4 hours of walking 
Final altitude: around 1,670 m
Meal: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent or in a lodge

We follow a path almost level curve which as we approach Tashigaon takes a little height.

Around 5 hours of walking 
Final altitude: around 2,100 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent or in a lodge

After breakfast, an uncompromising zigzag climb to reach a hamlet made up of a few huts on the edge of the forest which occupies the straightened slopes of the Kongma danda. From the start, we climb in wide switchbacks in deciduous and rhododendron forest. Then it’s a flat portion that allows you to catch your breath before setting off again in zigzags until you cross a pass and gain a foothold at 3200 meters on the Kongma danda (the Nepali ridge). We continue our ascent for 1 hour 30 minutes to go out into the open while we discover the Kongma danda lodges.

Approximately 6 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 3,580 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in tent

Above the lodges, we follow a wide path that joins the ridge crowded with rhododendron bushes. The views from both sides are splendid over the interlacing of well-dug valleys. Around noon we cross the Shipton La at 4,250 meters and have lunch in the small cabin. Extended view over the eastern part of the Himalayas from Chamlang to the satellite mountains of Makalu. Then it is a rapid descent all in stairs to skirt the sacred lake of Kalo Pokhari before facing the last test of the day, the crossing of Keke La at 4,180 meters. From the pass, we dominate the lake valley in which we have passed and discover towards the north rocky massifs in the middle of which we will leave after paying a little visit to the lord of the place: Makalu.

Approximately 6 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 3,800 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in tent

Rather abrupt descent in the hollow of a thalweg to reach the right bank of the Barun Khola whose waters come from the glaciers that we admired from the Shipton La. We continue in a primary forest before confronting the “Nepalese flat” ( alternating ascents and descents…) on a track constantly swept by landslides. A word of advice: don’t hang around! We have lunch at the Phemathang kharka before crossing the river on a new wooden bridge, the last having been swept away by a gigantic mudslide in the spring of 2017. A new path has been hastily traced on the left bank. de la Barun Khola but it still requires some improvements. That said, it is still much better viability than that of the morning … We reach Yangri kharka,

Approximately 6 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 3,660 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in tent

The first part of the day takes place on the left bank of the river on a temporary path traced on the bed of pebbles. The traces of the mudslide are impressive, if we consider these rocks of several tens of tons which are in the middle of the river… We find the historical path after an hour of walking and we continue in a pine forest . Through the branches, we have splendid views of the glacial valleys of peaks 6 and 7. The ascent is gradual to the Merek camp while we distinguish, perched on the grassy moraine which closes this part of the valley, the lodge of Langmale recognizable by its blue roof. But before getting there, we will have to cross the “new” bed of the river, created by the mudslide, an indescribable mishmash of piled up rocks in the middle of which the sherpas have traced a marked route. Beyond, all that remains is to climb the grassy moraine to reach the sheepfolds of Langmale and 20 minutes further to reach the lodge.

Approximately 5 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 4,400 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent

After crossing the Langmale pastures, we reach the left bank moraine of the West Barun glacier valley. We continue without much effort to Shershong where we veer off to the right towards a well-marked pass in the middle of the moraine. At 4,900 meters, here we discover the imposing mass of the Himalayan giant, master of the place, the Makalu. It is really huge! We continue on a contour line on a trail on the side of a moraine while we discover in the mineral valley below the lodges of the base camp. A short descent to cross the river and here we are warm in the common room next to the lodge. Exceptional and unforgettable views it goes without saying … In the afternoon,

Approximately 5 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 4,850 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent

This morning we gain height to head on the eastern moraine which dominates the base camp. Halfway up you can see the mountains of Khumbu and more particularly the Lhotse and Sagarmatha in “person”. The latter is hardly recognizable because it is its north face that is presented to us, the Tibetan side. From a small plateau, the possibility is offered to measure oneself against a “small” stony summit of almost 5800 meters which allows to widen the view on the peaks and satellite glaciers of Makalu, still as impressive it goes without saying… Back to Camp of Makalu Base for a second night.

Approximately 6 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 4,850 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent

Descent to Langmale kharka by a route of grassy ridges allowing to admire from above the frontal glacial lake of the West Barun glacier. Then, within an hour of time, here we are again on the grassy pastures of Langmale. We go down along the Barun Khola by taking the same path as on the way to Yangri

Approximately 6 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 3,550 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent

We go back on the arrival path to cross the Barun Khola again and follow the left bank downhill. The “path” is quite difficult and we have to cross very little sandy thalwegs up to the bubbling river. After crossing a scree corridor, we enter a sandy bench. Finally, we move away from the edge of the river to enter primary forest until we pass at the foot of a monstrous block of granite. Behind it is the last delicate crossing of the day, a sandy thalweg about twenty meters wide, before continuing on a “Nepalese flat” until entering a portion colonized by bamboo. After, it is a full slope in the hollow of a thalweg in a pine forest up to 3,700 meters and to dive back into the bamboos and the primary forest. Then we go out into the open to discover a wide U-shaped valley closed by two rocky peaks. We go up it for 30 minutes to come and set up camp on the edge of the stream on grassy areas.

Approximately 6 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 4,095 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent

We descend slightly, heading towards the left bank of the valley in order to follow the path which rises on the side. We quickly pass a small lake embedded in the mineral before crossing a small plateau of wild grasses. The path continues steadily uphill through rhododendron and thorny bushes to reach a breach behind which we discover a new valley. Small descent to find a contour path that leads us to the bottom of the valley. It is now a question of crossing scree of large boulders on the left bank to reach the base of a fairly straightened and often icy stony corridor in which a zigzag path has been drawn. Once the new breach has been reached, we have an enlarged view of the eastern part of the Himalayas and can contemplate the Kangchenjunga massif with its five peaks and Jannu. Quiet descent on the side of yak pastures until discovering the valley of Lake Kalo Pokhari (a second). The campsites being too small, we continue 10 more minutes to land on large grassy areas near a source.

Approximately 4 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 4,150 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent

This morning, we will have to go around the rocky peaks which dominate us on the right and to do this we will follow a confidential path traced on the side in grass slopes. We cross a gap marked with colored flags to descend behind in a rocky gully sometimes frozen. Watch out for slips (trekking poles and forest crampons welcome…)! Then it is the crossing of two thalwegs, also frozen, which will occupy us part of the morning to find grassy areas. And always these breathtaking panoramas … Then, an incredible descent on a tight zigzag path on the right bank of an impressive avalanche corridor to Cave Camp (a possible camp located under an overhanging rock). In the afternoon, we will finish the chaotic descent in a second avalanche corridor to reach the banks of the Saldim Khola, cross the river on a “bridge” of branches and go up opposite in the primary forest. We find a path “in Nepalese flat” which rises in spurts to the large meadow of Kholakharka where the grassy areas can accommodate the tents. The water in the stream is particularly pure. It would invite you to swim if … the temperature approached 15 ° C, which is obviously far from the case. The water in the stream is particularly pure. It would invite you to swim if … the temperature approached 15 ° C, which is obviously far from the case. The water in the stream is particularly pure. It would invite you to swim if … the temperature approached 15 ° C, which is obviously far from the case.

Approximately 6 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 3,200 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent

This morning, we follow a slightly uphill path to reach the confluence of the Kholakharka Khola and the Dungge Khola before heading due north. We reach the Chinese border at Popti La by crossing a region where lakes are legion. Today we will stop at Tin Pokhari (the 3 lakes in Nepali). This strategic location allows the carriers the next day to make a short day’s walk by crossing a pass while we will “frolic” between lake plateaus and rocky ridges.

Approximately 6 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 3,900 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent

Most of the day will be spent on the tracks of yaks, shepherds, or hunters. The fog that often rages around here requires the group to stay together for fear of getting lost. This is because the route is not often practiced. From Tin Pokhari we cross a moraine lock at the top of which we discover the valley of Panch Pokhari (the 5 lakes). We climb on the right bank to find a trail that leads to a ruined sheepfold. Afterward, you reach the ridge and follow the line on the right before descending towards the new lake plateau which presents itself. The Popti La is located at the bottom of the valley and it is very easy to get there.  we have beautiful plunging views on both sides (short grass plateau on the Nepal side, carved valleys, and pine forests on the Chinese side). We descend the grassy slopes to the lake than from plateau to plateau we reach a large lake, Molun Pokhari, the last of the series. Afterward, it’s a steep descent that awaits us to meet our team at the sheepfold of Bakhim kharka, an eagle’s nest from which one dominates the basin of Arun Khola.

Approximately 6 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 3,250 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent

Half-day descent mainly through pine and rhododendron forest to reach the large village of Hungung. An afternoon of lazing in the sun and a visit to the Tibetan village.

Approximately 3 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 2,350 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent

Campaign day with the crossing of large agrarian plateaus dominating the Arun Khola valley. You have to take the opportunity to recover, it will not last That said, this day alternates between pleasures: wide paths most of the time certainly, but also very daring portions on the edge of the cliff. Let’s start to get used to what the locals call “Mul Bato”, the main path. Like that, we will be ready to face the “jungle” of the next two days.

Approximately 5 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 2,250 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent

We start the day with a nice descent to cross the Arun khola on a very long metal footbridge. Then we embark on a climb of over 1,100 meters of elevation gain before falling on the other side of the wooded ridge on a controlled uphill path which quickly reaches the large Yak kharka camp.

Approximately 5 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 2,750 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent

Quiet descent to cross a river at the bottom of a narrow thalweg before entering a bamboo forest as you approach a sheepfold from which you have a beautiful view of the Makalu. we embark on a “Nepalese dish” of the most beautiful obedience to evolve on the mountainside on a path that connects Chyamtang to Thudam. It is very narrow, it takes on a chaotic profile at will, and behind each shoulder that we cross one is entitled to wonder if the continuity will be assured. We even pass over portions of planks and branches hanging on the cliff. The villagers let their yaks roam free in the mountains, we will perhaps be confronted with a meeting and we will have to show humility by leaving the passage. After crossing a thalweg in the middle of which flows a beautiful river, we embark on a small ascent, the prelude to a very steep zigzag descent to reach the river. It takes more than 2 hours by road to reach the last village of Thudam. Even if it is possible to arrive there the same evening, it is preferable for the team of porters who have experienced a lot of difficulties on the way to land by the river in the middle of a clearing in which we will find a few places to set up camp.

Approximately 6 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 3,080 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent

After the night before, a “cool” day awaits us. The drop is significant, of course, but we are going to evolve on a well-made trail. It takes us 2 hours to reach the village of Thudam. While the midday meal is preparing, we visit this small village (it is still very quickly …) and go to meet the inhabitants who, a few years ago, had been “abandoned” from the central power, until to no longer have a regular teacher for the school. They naturally turned to China, with which they live by exchanging wood for basic foodstuffs. In the afternoon, continue up the valley to a confluence of rivers in the middle of which is a beautiful campsite.

Approximately 6 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 3,900 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent

Today we are going to get closer to the last notable test of the circuit by going up the Lapsi khola valley on a paved path on which it is very pleasant to walk (moreover it is possible that the association of women of Thudam us I asked during our visit to participate in the financing of this work…). We cross several kharkas and by a last climb in zigzags in sandy slopes we reach the banks of the river on which we will find a site to establish the camp.

Approximately 5 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 4,800 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent

Today we cross a lumbasumba. Lumbasumba La is located on the left of the valley. On a good track sometimes crowded with snowfields we reach the pass at 5,155 meters where we discover in front, so to the east, the entire Kangchenjunga massif while at the back, to the west, the Makalu wishes us a good road since it is the last time that we will be able to contemplate it. It follows a level curve path which allows us to reach a pass in a second ridge before descending to the right, cross the third pass and find a good downhill path with a moderate slope that will lead us into the valley of the Dingsamba Khola. Depending on our progress (and the wind and snow conditions) we will choose to descend along the valley where there are several camp possibilities.

Approximately 6 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 4,600 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent

Nothing difficult on this day of walking which will perhaps be reduced to the single morning. We finish the descent of the Dingsamba Khola until we reach the new track dug by the Chinese a few years ago. We follow the line for an hour and a half on the left bank of the Tamor Khola before entering the superb village of Olangchun Gola, all built-in wood and placed on a sandy moraine. Possible visit of the gompa perched on the left with a magnificent prayer room.

Approximately 5 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 3,190 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent

A somewhat chaotic continuation of the descent along the Tamor khola, first in the pine forest, then in the bamboos to end up in the open as you approach the “village” of Ila Danda. A day punctuated by climbs and descents.

Approximately 7 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 2,100 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent

As soon as we leave Ila Danda, it’s a big winding descent that awaits us before continuing our walk halfway up the Tamor khola. We quickly reach Lelep and its cardamom plantations then a paved path follows which crosses some high altitude hamlets before plunging towards the rice fields bordering the river. The vegetation becomes tropical and the heat begins to be strong. We cross the Tamor khola in Tapletok from where there is less than an hour to reach the Chiruwa football field, incidentally also a campsite

Approximately 7 hours of walking
Final altitude: approximately 1.200 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: night in a tent

The last hour of walking! A little track, a few crossings of gardens and here we are at the Jeeps terminus in Thiwa, a colorful village whose houses are drowned under tropical plants. From there, we take a Jeep to reach Taplejung, its shops, and transport.

Transport: by private vehicle
 Approximately 5 hours
Approximately 1 hour
Final altitude: approximately 1,350 m
Meal: breakfast – lunch – dinner

Land link to the Terai to Birtamod located close to the Indian border. After crossing the Kabeli Khola and crossing Phidim, we go up to a pass from where it is possible, if the clouds were not too intrusive, to embrace the path we have traveled from Tumlingtar, from Makalu in Kangchenjunga, or almost…. Then the road winds through the hills of Ilam invaded by tea plantations as a prelude to the descent to the plains that we will reach at the end of the afternoon.

Transport: by private vehicle
Final altitude: approximately 380 m
Meals: breakfast – lunch – dinner
Accommodation: Overnight at the hotel

Transfer to reach Bhadrapur airport and after an hour’s flight, again a real “mountain flight”, you will find the capital Kathmandu around noon. Free afternoon and evening.

Transport: by private vehicle and domestic flight
Final altitude: approximately 1,300 m
Meals: breakfast – free lunch (not included) – free dinner (not included)
Accommodation: Overnight at the hotel

free time depending on the departure time of your flight and our representative will drop you at the airport, ending your journey in Nepal. We hope to be of service to you again. Thank you and safe travels.

approximately 20 minutes of driving to the airport
Final altitude: approximately 13,50m
Meals: breakfast

inclusion

what's included

  • Pick up from the airport and Final drop to the airport by private vehicle
  • Domestic flights described in the program.
  • Collective and individual camping and cooking equipment.
  • Accommodation as described in the paragraph “On-site organization”.
  • Meals as indicated in the “Day to day” program.
  • Dinner on the last evening in Kathmandu (except for drinks).
  • Supervision by an English-speaking Nepalese guide throughout the trip.
  • The assistance of a local team during the trekking (sirdar, porters, cooks).
  • The special permit for this region of Nepal.
  • All Government tax

what's not included

The price does not include

  • Cancellation/interruption of stay/loss of luggage insurance and assistance.
  • All that is not indicated in the section “The price includes”.

Your expenses on site

  • Visa fees on arrival.
  • Lunches and dinners in Kathmandu and Nepalganj
  • Any additional luggage on domestic flights.
  • The drinks.

TIPS

Tips are an integral part of the country’s culture. This gesture of thanks, which varies according to the itinerary and the duration, has become an obligation. A prize pool is created, given at the end of the trip to the members of the team.

However, it is important that the tip remains a gratuity, as our teams are also very well paid. We invite you to distribute tips only if the service has met your expectations and to reduce this sum if the services were not sufficient, explaining why in order to consolidate our educational work.

 

 

Accomodation & meal

ACCOMMODATION

In a standard category hotel (base: double room) in Kathmandu and Pokhara, during the rest of the trip in a tent (3-person tents for 2 people) or in a lodge depending on the trip. The lodges in Nepal are very comfortable random. In general, conditions are quite good around the Annapurnas and the Everest region. On the other hand, in Mustang, in the Manaslu,  Tsum valley, and in the region of Kangchanjung or Makalu, they can be very rudimentary to the point of being a dormitory sometimes even a kitchen. lodges can look like a refuge or sometimes a bed and breakfast from home. Most of the time it is a family house with double, triple, or dormitory rooms. Toilets and showers are always separate. It is essential to check that the water is not heated with wood, as this contributes to deforestation. Most of the time, the water is heated with solar energy

MEAL

In the cities, many restaurants allow us to discover the typical local cuisine. Meat is scarce in the high mountain, the Nepalese are generally vegetarians. The basic ingredients are rice, pasta, lentils, potatoes, vegetables. Snacks are included during the trek (cereal bars, dried fruits, etc.).

For camping trek accommodation: during the trek, breakfasts and evening meals are prepared by the kitchen team. They are taken under the mess tent. Depending on the profile of the stages (length of the day’s walk and/or presence of water), midday snacks will be served hot or cold in the form of picnics.

For tea house trek accommodation: meals are prepared by the cooks of the lodge and are taken in the dining room. Here is a typical one-day menu:

  • breakfast: eggs, toast or chapati, or Tibetan bread or pancakes, or pancakes, butter/jam, tea or coffee
  • lunch: the main course, tea or coffee.
  • dinner: soup, main course, fruit (fresh or canned), tea or coffee

NB: Hindus and Buddhists are most often vegetarians. We, therefore, eat very little meat or fish. The dishes are pasta, rice, potatoes, lentils, etc.

DRINKS: during the trek, tea is served with meals (two cups of tea per meal). Additional cups of tea and other beverages, including mineral water, are the responsibility of the participants. You can fill your gourds with water in the lodges, but it is essential to treat them with purifying tablets. Avoid buying plastic bottles.

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