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Mt. Trishul I (7120 M) Climbing Expedition 2018

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Activity type: Mountaineering
Activity level: Challenging
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11 Sep 2018 - 5 Oct 2018

Duration: 24 Day(s) / Tour with fixed start dates
Price: from $2910

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We are glad to announce that INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF ADVENTURE SPORTS (ISAS) is all set to go for Mt.Trishul I which is 7120 meters.

Trishul is a group of three Himalayan mountain peaks of western Kumaun, with the highest (Trisul I) reaching 7120m. The three peaks resemble a trident - in Hindi/Sanskrit, Trishul, trident, is the weapon of Shiva. The Trishul group forms the southeast corner of the ring of peaks enclosing the Nanda Devi Sanctuary, about 15 kilometres (9 mi) west-southwest of Nanda Devi itself. The main peak, Trisul I, was the first peak over 7,000 m (22,970 ft) to have ever been climbed, in 1907.

CLIMBING HISTORY

Trishul I (7120 M)

T. G. Longstaff made the first climbing reconnaissance of Trishul, in September 1905, focusing on the western and southern sides. He returned in 1907 with two other Britons, three Alpine guides, and a number of Gurkhas. They ascended through the Rishiganga valley, to the north of the peak, onto the Trishul Glacier, which lies on the east side. From there they climbed the northeast flank to the north ridge, reaching the summit on June 12.

Early expeditions to the peak had problems due to fearful porters, who refused to climb the mountain, as they considered it sacred.

Routes on the west face and south ridge of Trishul I have also been climbed. The west face was first ascended in 1976; this was the first ascent of the main summit not using the first-ascent route.

Route: Ghat - Sitel - Sutol - Lata Kopri - Chandriya Ghat - Hom Kund (BC - 4061 mtrs) - Camp 1 (5200 mtrs) - Camp 2 (6100 mtrs) - Camp 3 (6700 mtrs) - Summit (7120 mtrs) - Camp 1 - BC - Ghat

DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Tough and Technical

You can mail us for more details at: isasdehradun@gmail.com

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Price includes

  • TECHNICAL CLIMBING EQUIPMENT.
  • PORTERS & 4 HAP
  • BASE CAMP MANAGER & CAMP ASSISTANT.
  • COOK & ASSISTANT.
  • RADIO COMMUNICATION LINKED TO BC, CAMP 1, CAMP 2 & CAMP 3.
  • GROUP EQUIPMENT.
  • ACCOMMODATION AT UTTARKASHI, GAUCHER & TENTED ACCOMMODATION DURING EXPEDITION.
  • MESS TENT & KITCHEN.
  • OXYGEN, MEDICAL SUPPLIES & FIRST AID.
  • VEGETARIAN, NON VEGETARIAN & HIGH ALTITUDE MEALS DURING EXPEDITION.
  • MOUNTAIN GUIDING CHARGE.
  • INDIAN MOUNTAINEERING FOUNDATION EXPEDITION FEE.
  • FOREST PERMIT CHARGE.
  • WASTE MANAGEMENT CHARGE.
  • PARAMEDIC AT BASE CAMP.
  • TRANSPORTATION FROM UTTARKASHI TO GAUCHER TO UTTARKASHI.

Not included in price

  • PERSONAL EQUIPMENTS, CLOTHINGS, TIP TO PORTERS, BEVERAGES.
  • SLEEPING BAG & CARRY MAT.
  • PERSONAL INSURANCE.
  • ANY COSTS ARISING FROM EARLY DEPARTURE FROM THE EXPEDITION.
  • EXPENSES OF PERSONAL NATURE LIKE LAUNDRY, PHONE CALLS, BEVERAGES, INSURANCE & TIPS.
  • ANY COSTS ARISING OUT OF UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES SUCH AS BAD WEATHER, LANDSLIDES, ROAD CONDITIONS AND ANY OTHER CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL.
  • BEVERAGES AND SNACKS AT UTTATKASHI, TIPS FOR PORTERS AND LOCAL GUIDES.
  • IN CASE OF ANY EMERGENCY EVACUATION THE CHARGES WILL BE BORNE BY THE CLIMBER.
  • NOTE – IN CASE IF THE CLIMBER WANTS PERSONAL SUPPORT CLIMBER (LAP/HAP) WHO WILL ACCOMPANY & SUPPORT YOU THROUGHOUT THE CLIMBING PERIOD CAN BE ARRANGED ON AN ADDITIONAL COST.

Guide

Seetanshu Kukreti

 Seetanshu Kukreti 

29 years, India

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Graduate of Engineering with passion for Mountaineering.

I am Seetanshu Kukreti From India. I love climbing the mountains with calculated risks. And When i am guiding or organizing an expedition i give my 101% to make my climber reach the summit and return safely to their dear ones.

Every person has its own mountain and i love to make that mountain reachable for him or her.

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India, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, Dehradun

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