Trip Code: TXC
Mt. Cho Oyu (8,201m) on Tibet side is regarded as the world's 6th highest peak situated west of Mt. Everest along the Nepal - Tibet (China) border. The south –west ridge belongs to Nepal & north –west ridge belongs to Tibet (China).This mountain from Tibet side is not technically demanding and the climbers can attempt it without taking much risk. But, Cho-Oyu is still unclimbed from south ridge due to its technical difficulties.
It requires an extra push to reach the true summit peak on the far end of the high snowfield. Summit day, though long and arduous, is well worth.
Challenging peak to summit from Nepal side, Challenging terrain, Panoramic views of Mt. Everest & other peaks, Explore Sherpa villages & culture, Excursion to Buddhist Monasteries, Encounter Yak herders & nomads
Note: It is mandatory to send your scanned passport details 4 weeks prior to trip departure at: firstname.lastname@example.org