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Dingjung Ri/Rima Mancho

Dingjung Ri/Rima Mancho rises 6,263m. above the sea level.This is a new route for trekking where we might see Yeti. We can clearly see the Yeti’s foot print in this place.In December 2010, approaching up the Bhote Kosi, he set up base camp (a small tent at 4,550m) on Christmas Day at the entrance to the Dingjung Valley above Chhule (4,470m). The naming of peaks in this region and on existing maps has always been confusing. A Sherpa pointed to the peak, calling it Dingjung Ri, though another Sherpa later said it was referred to locally as Rima Mancho. Best season Dec- Jan.

Dingjung Ri/Rima Mancho (6,263m), north face had been climbed at least four times before, as it presents an easy southwest flank/ridge from the upper Drolambau Glacier. During the 1952 British-New Zealand Cho Oyu expedition, Charles Evans, Alf Gregory, and Eric Shiption became the first climbers known to explore the Drolambau, from the head of which they climbed Rima Mancho, though they named it Trident. In April 2010 a commercially organized British expedition led by Simon Yates approached from the southeast, placing an advanced base camp at 5,400m on the Chhuitingpo Glacier. A two-man reconnaissance up a couloir above the head of the glacier reached the crest of the southwest ridge at 6,000m. A later attempt by most of the members stopped when several were hit by falling stones in the couloir.

We prefer to have 30% of the total amount after the confirmation of the booking and, the rest amount our clients can make it upon arrival in Kathmandu.

Day 01: Kathmandu, 1360m arrive transfer to hotel
Day 02: Kathmandu Sightseeing
Day 03: Kathmandu to Lukla trek to Phakding.
Day 04: Phakding to Namche.
Day 05: Namche – acclimatization day
Day 06: Namche to Thame
Day 07: Thame to Marulung
Day 08: Marulung to Chhulay
Day 09: Chhulay to Pangbu
Day 10: Pangbu to Basecamp
Day 11: Basecamp – acclimatization day
Day 12: Climb Dingjung Ri/Rima Mancho (6,263m) back to base camp
Day 13: Basecamp to Chhulay
Day 14: Chhulay to Thame
Day 15: Thame to Namche
Day 16: Namche to Lukla
Day 17: Lukla to kathmandu, 35 minutes flight back to Ktm, End of the trek
Day 18: Kathmandu Departure

  • Transportation to and from airport in Kathmandu
  • Budget Class Hotels in Kathmandu
  • Farewell dinner
  • Flight, round-trip, to Lukla
  • All group camp supplies, such as tents, stoves, etc.
  • All meals while trekking
  • Park fees and trekking permits
  • Sherpa, porters and guides

  • $25 Wire Transfer Fee (If Applicable)
  • International round trip airfare USA-Nepal
  • Meals in Kathmandu (excluding welcome and farewell dinner)
  • Personal gear
  • Excess baggage charges and airport taxes
  • Personal Items (gifts, etc)
  • Alcoholic beverages and bottled drinks
  • Single supplement upon request
  • All expenses incurred in the event of early departure (evac fees, transport, extra hotel nights, etc)
  • Trip cancellation insurance
  • Sherpa, potter and guides bonus
  • All cost not include in cost include
  • Please note that climbers have been delayed in Lukla awaiting return to KTM. At times helicopters can fly when planes cannot.
  • Helicopter cost is approximately $500-600 paid by the trekker

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