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Mountain Name(s): Pharchamo Peak, Parchemuche, Парчамо     Geology: Tectonic
Elevation: 6273 m / 20581 ft     Snow line: 5000 m / 16404 ft
Summit(s): Main Summit; (6 273 m /20 581 feet)
    Prominence: Please update
Location: Nepal     Isolation: Please update
Latitude/Longitude: 27°50'13.593''N
86°32'42.479''E
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    Climbing Season(s): 01 Mar - 31 May;
01 Sep - 30 Nov;
Parent Range: Himalaya     Nearest Airport(s): Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM);
Range: Please update     Convenience Center(s): Namche Bazar;
First Ascent: ??/??/1955     National Park(s): Gaurishankar Conservation Area;

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Parchamo Peak Ascent combines the twin adventures of Tashi Lapcha Pass (5755m) and the climbing of the peak itself, in immediate succession. Parchamo (6273m) also combines two fabulous Himalayan trekking regions of Nepal, the Rolwaling and the Khumbu areas, in a single route. It satisfies your longing for an adventure experience that goes above the level of high mountain treks, bringing the taste of mountaineering as well. Both the high pass and a peak at one single route, and an intimate glance through an off-side entry into Khumbu—these are the central attractions of Parchamo peak climbing.

Description Edit

Phachamo peak is considered not so technical peak but crevasses on the route and windy could make more challenging. As other mountains, Pharchamo peak also offers beautiful mountain views of Cho Oyu, Amadablam, Thamserku and Kusum Kangaru.

Location Edit

Located to the west of Everest region and southern part of Tashi Lapcha (Rolwaling region)

Getting there Edit

Flight with a small plane from Kathmandu to Lhasa. Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding (2,652m) - Namche Bazaar (3,440 m) - Thame (3,820m)- Thengpokharka ( 4,230m) - Ngole Base Camp (5,100m)

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You’ll need a pay for a climbing permit and add a refundable garbage deposit. You can arrange all the permits in Nepal Tourism Board (see details here: http://www.ntnc.org.np/trekking-annapurna- gaurishankar-and- manaslu-information- and-entry- permit-forms) or via touristic agency

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