Trip Code: PCJ
Mt Chekijo is one of the least climbed trekking peaks in Nepal. It is located at the elevation of 6,257meters above sea level in the Gaurishankar mountain region in Dolkaha district. The recognized route for trekking is Shigati -Simigaon-Beding- Chekigo Base Camp and ascends the summit. We follow the trails that undulate between ridge and river-crossings past ancient rhododendron, oak and pine forests interspersed with terraced fields adjoining the numerous villages of the Rolwaling region. Many suspension bridges across gorges help shorten the climb. Views of magnificent peaks entertain us all the time along the trails. After Beding we reach the last settlement of the Rolwaling valley, it is simply a summer pasture locally called Kharka of Na village. At Beding we spend one extra day for acclimatization and exploration spectacular glacier and terminal moraine.
The climbing permit for Mt Chekijo was first granted in 2002 and since then Mt Chekijo has had few attempts less than 100 till this date. Bruce Normand from the United Kingdom and Oliver Von Rotz from Switzerland were the first to climb Chekijo peak in the year 2005.
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A beautiful peak located between Khumbu Valley and Rolwaling Himalayan range, easily climbable in Spring & Autumn season, rarely attempted to climb, spectacular views of Himalayan Peaks, such as Mt. Gaurishankar, Mt. Everest, Makalu, Lhotse, Cho-Oyu from the summit
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