Paldor Peak Climbing

Trip Duration 15
Max Altitude 5896M
Group Size 2-30
Best Time for Visit March to May, October to December

Trip Overview


Paldor Peak is a majestic mountain located in the Langtang region of Nepal, offering an exhilarating climbing experience for adventure enthusiasts. Standing at an impressive height of 5,896 meters (19,347 feet), it presents a challenging yet rewarding endeavor for climbers seeking to push their limits and immerse themselves in the breathtaking Himalayan landscape. The Paldor Peak climbing trip typically begins with a scenic drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi, a picturesque village that serves as the starting point of the expedition. From there, the journey continues through lush forests, cascading waterfalls, and traditional Himalayan settlements, providing a glimpse into the rich local culture and way of life. The ascent of Paldor Peak requires technical skills and previous mountaineering experience. As climbers make their way up, they provide treatment with awe-inspiring views of the surrounding peaks, including Langtang Lirung, Ganesh Himal, and Dorje Lakpa. The final push to the summit is physically demanding but immensely rewarding, as it offers a panoramic vista of the Langtang Valley and the surrounding Himalayan giants. The Paldor Peak climbing trip typically takes around two weeks, allowing climbers to acclimatize to the altitude and ensure a safe and successful summit attempt. Accommodation during the trek consists of teahouses and camping, with the option to experience the warmth and hospitality of local communities along the route. The climbing season for Paldor Peak extends from April to October, with the best months being April-May and September-October, when the weather conditions are favorable and the skies are clear. However, it is essential to be prepared for variable weather and be equipped with appropriate mountaineering gear, including ice axes, crampons, and ropes.

Conclusion and Summary

Overall, the Paldor Peak climbing trip offers a thrilling adventure, allowing climbers to test their skills and witness the unparalleled beauty of the Himalayas. It combines the excitement of technical climbing with the serenity of the natural surroundings, making it an unforgettable experience for mountaineers seeking an extraordinary journey in Nepal.

 Trip Highlight

  • Witness the ancient architecture and history of Nepal with a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Pashupatinath Temple, Kathmandu Durbar Square, and Swayambhunath or Boudhanath Stupa in Kathmandu
  • Charming trekking trails across sub-tropical Oak, pine and rhododendron forests, waterfalls, Himalayan streams, wide pasture, green meadows, green hills and glacial moraines
  • The wonderful trekking trail of the Ruby Valley Trek of Langtang region and takes us to the Paldor Base Camp
  • Overgrazing Pasture Land in Yuri Kharka
  • Visit and Explore Mine of Zinc, Copper, Tin, and Crystals (including Rubies). near Somdang and Jasta Khani
  • Have a tranquil experience of trekking in the off-beaten paths of the Langtang region
  • Scenic Drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi
  • Syabrubesi, The mid-point of several treks of Langtang Region and the gateway to border of Tibet, China
  • No need to book a plane! You can drive to this trek within 7 to 8 hours
  • Raging rivers with suspension bridges, gorges, and stone-driven mills
  • Stunning views of lakes, beautiful waterfalls, great Himalayan landscapes and lush green farming terraces
  • Summit Paldor Peak (5896 meters).
  • Physiological challenge
  • Less altitude risk
  • Good acclimatization opportunities before climb
  • Spectacular views of Paldor, Langtang, Ganesh Himal, Pangsang La from Khurpudanda La Pass Viewpoint
  • Fantastic views of Ganesh Himal peaks, Langtang Lirung (7,227 m) and Manaslu (8,156 m), and other snow-capped mountains.
  • Himalayan view of Mt. Machhapuchhre (Fish Tail) in the Annapurna range, the peaks of the Khumbu region along with the Mt. Shisapangma and the brown hills of Tibet
  • Gain experience on a relatively difficult 6000m peak
  • Khurpudanda La Pass (3,620m).
  • Visit sacred Parvati Kunda, a tranquil lake believed to have religious significance and healing properties
  • Abundant flora and fauna
  • Home to the domestic animals like sheep, yak, goat, and ox and exotic animals like musk deer, snow leopards.
  • Chance to witness rare fauna in the Langtang National Park, like Red Panda, Wild Boars, Blood Pheasant, Langur Monkeys, and more
  • Meet with local people and feel their culture
  • Unique, rich, culture and traditions of Gurung, Brahmin, and Dalits
  • Gompas, monastery, Chhortens, Mani walls, and various destinations packed with bits of Tibetan Buddhism
  • Ethnic Tamang and Sherpa art and culture.
  • Relax at Natural Hot Spring at Tatopani
  • Witness Traditional Architectural Houses of Tamang Culture in Gatlang Valley.
  • Fascinating culturetraditions and warm hospitality of the Sherpa, Tamang and Gurung settlements along the trekking trail
  • Intermediate climbers have the opportunity to gain climbing experience
  • A great intermediate climb


On your arrival Day in Kathmandu 1310 m, we are waiting for you at the Tribhuvan International Airport to pick you up outside of arrival gate to show our representative member holding the logo of company by Friendship World Trek then, we equally warm welcome all the tour participants members of group checking the proper luggage before going to Hotel finalize then start drive to the city 25 to 30 minutes by private transportation to checking at Hotel and we will shortly brief about program for your journey to the particular destination next morning take a Breakfast

The very next morning, after breakfast you will leave for a half day sightseeing tour around Kathmandu valley. You can visit the sacred Pashupatinath Temple and Swyambhunath, very ancient and essentially enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The biggest Buddhist Stupa at Boudhanath and the fine arts and historical architecture of Kathmandu Durbar Square reflecting the ancient Nepalese culture which is the highlights of our guided tour. A visit to Patan City will enchant you with its famous fine arts and historical architecture. On return to your hotel,

We spend a day preparing the final documents, gears & equipment check and so on. You must bring your passport, three passport-size photos, and a copy of your travel insurance policy in order to obtain a permit. You can go for final shopping if something is missed before leaving out for the mountain.

you will have time to explore the local area, have dinner and perhaps take a leisurely stroll through the famous streets. Finally, day ends with a Authentic Nepalese Dinner in Nepali Cultural Restaurant.

You will start your Paldor Peak Climbing journey through a drive to Syabrubesi. We will be driving into Langtang National Park, where we must register our trek permits. The 7 to 8 hours scenic drive following the Trisuli Bazaar, Ramche Gaon, and Dhunche is undoubtedly a pleasant ride. The road is a bit narrow and rocky, but the alluring landscape will leave you in awe. We spend the night in Syabrubesi. Syabrubesi, being the mid-point of several treks and the border of China, has all the things you might require for the trek. We rest and relax at Syabrubesi and prepare for our hike the next day.

  • Overnight stay at a homestay/local lodge
  • Included standard meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner)

Our destination for today is a small Tamang village called Gatlang. We follow a narrow and twisty trail to Bahun Dada Pass and then descend to reach Gatlang. We stop at Chawatar for lunch. The food is amazingly delicious here as most of the vegetables are freshly picked and locally grown. As we pass through this magnificent Tamang village, we witness the richness of their culture and tradition. We stay at Gatlang with the Tamang people. Their hospitality and food, without a doubt, will prove to be one of the best experiences you will ever get.

  • Overnight stay at a homestay/local lodge
  • Included local meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner)

We begin the hike from Gatlang to Parvati Kunda, a natural alpine freshwater lake. Named after the famous Hindu Goddess Parvati, the wife of Lord Shiva, this beautiful lake is also considered sacred by the local people.

As you trek further ahead, the habitat and lodges decrease. However, you might come across very few tourists. We continue the trail through lush pine and rhododendron forest to Yuri Kharka. After a delicious meal at Yuri Kharka, we hike towards the Somdang via Khurphu Bhanjyang. There is a shutdown mine, a few hours’ walk from Somdang. Though the mine has not functioned for years, you can still take a look around and explore its astonishing beauty. In the past, this mine used to produce zinc, copper, tin, and crystals (including rubies)

We will spend the night at Somdang Valley. The valley is so remote and silent you will literally find out what silence looks like.

  • Overnight stay at local lodge/homestay
  • Included local meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner)

From Somdang village we will leave the settled village region and walk pass the few mines to reach Paldor Base Camp. The terrain starts to change significantly as we get near the base camp. Today you make a gradual ascent along the path passing through forests until you reach Paigutang Kharka. From here, the trail steeply goes up to Jasta Khani. On the way you cross rocky paths covered by juniper. There is a zinc mine at Jasta Khani as well. The path, in some places, is quite rocky as we climb between outcrops and then traverse towards the northeast to a small valley bounded by moraines below the glaciers of the Paldor Peak. Following a rocky glacier trail, we will reach the base camp in the late afternoon. We make our Base Camp here, below the confluence of the Paldor West and Paldor East glaciers just north of a fine rock pinnacle. After setting the camp to enjoy a beautiful sunset view. Overnight at a tented camp in Paldor Base Camp.

Itinerary Meal: B+L+D
Accommodation: Camping
Walking / Driving: 6-7 hours walk

Today is the rest day as time is needed for acclimatization and for sorting out the equipment which we will be taking to our high camp. The further strategy will also be discussed and planned out. You will also get time to explore the area around the base camp.

From the base camp of Paldor, it is a short but demanding climb to reach the high camp. So, Today you climb from Paldor Base Camp to High Camp which takes about five hours. As you continue along the trail, it moves through rocky glaciers. En route, you get completely mesmerized by the views of Paldor East and Paldor West. You also get to enjoy the views of green and rocky hills around you. The high camp in itself looks like a summit just below a high hill beside the main Paldor Peak. We will rest for the day after setting up our camp at the High camp. Prepare for the climb to the summit, the next day and sleep early for a proper rest. Overnight at Paldor High Camp.

Itinerary Meal: B+L+D
Accommodation: Camping
Walking / Driving: 3-4 hours walk

From the High Camp, we will follow the Paldor Glacier in the east. Walking through the steep snow slope, loose rock pinnacles, and hard snow, we finally reach the peak. The summit offers stunning views of Machhapuchhre (Fishtail), Shishapangma, Ganesh Himal, Shishapangma, Langtang Lirung, Ganesh I, II, III, Manaslu and the brown hills of Tibet. The views of Ganesh range, LangtangLirung alongside other majestic peaks all around is out of the world. Take some photos and enjoy the moment here. We will start the descent soon and head back to the high camp of Paldor Peak. From the high camp, we will continue further to the Paldor base camp. Rest for the day in the camp after reaching the base camp. Overnight at a tented camp.

Itinerary Meal: B+L+D
Accommodation: Camping
Walking / Driving: 7-8 hours

From Paldor Base Camp we will leave the icy Cold Peak and walk pass the few mines to reach Somdang Valley. The path, in some places, is quite rocky as we climb between outcrops and then traverse towards the northeast to a small valley bounded by moraines below the glaciers of the Paldor Peak. The terrain starts to change significantly as we get near the Somdang Valley. Today you make a gradual descent along the path passing through forests until you reach Paigutang Kharka. From here, the trail steeply goes down to Jasta Khani. On the way you cross rocky paths covered by juniper. There is a zinc mine at Jasta Khani as well.

Itinerary Meal: B+L+D
Accommodation: Camping
Walking / Driving: 6-7 hours walk

After waking up at Somdang, we enjoy a delicious breakfast. On this day, you will be passing through the Pangsang La Pass, which is a demanding, yet exciting trek. While appreciating the stunning mountains and spectacular landscapes, we head to the southwest of Somdang Village to reach Pangsang Kharka. Pasang Kharka is a large meadow that lies in Pangsang Pass.  

From Pangsang Kharka, you can witness the panoramic views of Mount Manaslu and the Ganesh Himal Range. As one of the lesser-traveled trekking routes, there are relatively fewer homestays here. Then, we descend to Laptung village, passing through dense fir and rhododendron forests until we arrive at Tipling after a long trek. 

  • Overnight stay at local lodge/homestay
  • Included local meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner)

Today’s trek will be a short and relaxing one as we trek our way to the sister villages of Shertung and Chalish Gaon. First, we descend through the serene jungle, cross a tributary and reach Chalish Gaon, which lies in an idyllic setting. About 100m, above Chailsh Gaon, is Shertung village, and both of these settlements have a lot to explore. However, you can just choose to relax and enjoy the spectacular surrounding fields and lush valley below. Shertung and Chalish Gaon are inhabited mainly by Gurungs, Tamangs, and Dalits.

  • Overnight stay at local lodge/homestay
  • Included local meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner)

A final day before you return to Kathmandu, you will enjoy all the wonderments of this trail. After a pleasant breakfast, we will hike further to Borang village then descend to Lishne Khola from Borang. From Borang, we take a local jeep to take us through a curvy road past Ankhu Khola and Kimdang Phedi Villages to Dhading Besi. As you return, you will see several peaceful settlements, which will make you nostalgic. We will be staying at Dhading Besi for the night.

  • Overnight stay at local lodge/homestay
  • Included local meals (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner)

We take another bus from Dhading Besi to Kathmandu back to your hotel. If you want, we can arrange a Kathmandu city tour taking you to several world heritage sites. As beautiful as the surrounding mountains, the culture in and around Kathmandu City is a must-see before you call it an end to your vacation.

  • Included local meals (Breakfast + Lunch)

One of our staff members will assist you in getting to the airport when it is time for your flight to depart. If you want to extend your trip, Friendship World Trek, however, can make the required arrangements. If your flight is scheduled for a late evening, you may also go shopping to get a few presents for your loved ones. We wish you good luck in your future travels to Nepal and hope you enjoyed your time with us. With this, we bid you farewell.

Departures & Availability

The set departure dates listed are specially quoted and specified for group joining option. Let us know if the set departure dates are not suitable for you- another dates which are suitable for you can certainly be added by us.

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Start Date Price Availability

All trip prices are per person based on double occupancy, are subject to change without notice and do not include airfare. All prices and fares are quoted in U.S. dollars.

Price include

  • Kathmandu to Syabrubesi (trek start) and Borang (trek end) to Dhading Besi to Kathmandu by local bus
  • Accommodation (total 6 nights) local lodge/homestay
  • Meals during the treks (7 Lunches, 6 Dinners, and 7 Breakfasts)
  • Government licensed English Speaking Friendship World Trek experienced trek leader/guide and porter to help trekkers luggage (1 porter for every two trekkers. Per Porter limit 9 kg)
  • Guides and porter costs, their meals, insurance, salary, lodging, transportation, flight, and other necessary equipment
  • Langtang National Park entry permit fee
  • Paldor Peak Climbing Permit Fee
  • Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) card fee
  • Oximeter to measure your oxygen and Pulse level during the trek in the mountain, it’s very useful for all the trekkers to be aware of the high altitude sickness.
  • Supplementary snacks: energy bar, crackers, and cookies, etc.
  • Seasonal available fresh fruits desert every evening after dinner.
  • Water purification tablets (Ef-Chlor – water purification tablet)
  • All government, local taxes, and official expenses
  • Rescue operations arrangements in case of complicated health conditions (funded by travel insurance).
  • Friendship World Trek achievement certificate after Successful Climb
  • Souvenir – a company’s T-shirt & cap
  • Welcome Dinner at Farewell dinner at the end of the trek

Price Excludes

  • International flight airfare
  • Visa fees at Tribhuvan International Airport
  • Excess baggage charges (Limit is 9kg per person)
  • All accommodations and meals in Kathmandu, before and after the journey
  • Extra night accommodations in Kathmandu due to early arrival or late departure, or early return from the trek
  • Personal expenses (shopping, snacks, boiled/bottled water, hot (tea/coffee) and cold drinks, hot shower, alcohol, telephone call, battery re-charge fee), extra porters, etc.
  • Personal clothing and gear
  • Travel insurance which has to cover emergency high-altitude rescue and evacuation (compulsory)
  • Tips for guide and porters
  • Additional costs due to delays due to circumstances beyond our control, for example, landslides, bad weather conditions, itinerary modifications for safety, illness, change of government policies, strikes, etc
  • All the costs and expenses not listed in “What is included in Paldor Peak Climbing?” will be counted as excludes

Gears And Equipment

Trip Information

Paldor Peak Climbing Trip Package Info

Paldor Peak Climbing

You will arrive in Kathmandu at Tribhuvan International Airport. You need to stay in a hotel in Kathmandu for at least one night, but this package does not include the hotel costs. On the trip departure date, we will take a local bus or a jeep to Syabrubesi, where the trek starts.

This package includes local transportation costs (Kathmandu to Syabrubesi and Dundre Khola to Kathmandu). You can hire a private jeep at an extra cost.

Complimentary Airport Pickup

We provide free airport arrival and departure transfer for valuable clients who have booked the Paldor Peak Climbing Trek package with us. Our representative will be at the airport holding a pamphlet with your name as well as our company name on it. They will welcome you with either a khada or a marigold garland and take you to your hotel in a private vehicle.

Paldor Peak Climbing Accommodation Details

Paldor Peak Climbing package includes six nights of homestay/ local lodge-to-lodge stays at mountain regions in a homely environment filled with warm hospitality. You will require at least two nights of hotel stay in Kathmandu before and after the trek. Since the hotel preferences of all individuals are different, this package does not cover hotel stays in Kathmandu.

Meals during the trek

Paldor Peak Climbing trek takes place in higher elevations, which means you need enough nutritious food. We will provide you with plenty of nutrient-rich, hygienic, and tasty food during the trek.

We will be providing you with seven breakfasts, seven lunches, and six dinners during the trek.

We have designed this trek for cultural explorations as well, so it takes place in a homely environment, and you will mostly stay in homestays. You will be eating the same food that locals eat. The food will be fresh, hygienic, tasty, and nutritious.

We recommend you take enough liquids, green tea, lemon tea, hot lemon, ginger tea, and garlic soup (must) at high altitudes. Similarly, fresh vegetables are great for high-elevation treks.

Though plenty of non-veg items are available in trek regions, we do not recommend them because you can never be sure about the meat quality. Experts also suggest high-altitude trekkers avoid alcohol, caffeinated drinks, hot chocolate, and dairy items.

All personal bills (alcoholic, hot (tea/coffee), and cold drinks) in tea houses/ lodges or cafes except standard meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner with seasonal fruits) are excluded from the package.

Best Time To visit Paldor Peak Climbing

You must consider the weather while deciding when to hike to Paldor Peak Climbing. For the best trek experience, choose the spring and autumn seasons. The trails are a little slippery and wet in summer due to the monsoon, and the winters are cold. However, we conduct Paldor Peak Climbing Trek throughout the year. As the trek region is near Kathmandu, this trek is very accessible.

January – February

January and February are the coldest months, especially from early January to early February. Though the days may be warm and admirable with clear skies, the nights are frigid.

March – April

This is the best season to trek in the Paldor Peak Climbing, as you will get stunning views of the central Himalayan ranges. Temperatures start rising from the mid of March, and with clear skies, snow mountains look their best. Trekkers hiking in March-April will find rhododendron flowers welcoming them.

May – June

It is also a great time to trek, right before the rainfall. It starts raining from the end of June till mid-August in trek regions. The overlapping of spring and summer makes the trek much more enjoyable during these months.

July – August

The rainfall hits its peak during these months. The rainfall makes the trails get wet and slippery, making treks challenging. Trek paths mainly at ridges and descents require great attention.

September – October

It is also one of the perfect seasons for the Paldor Peak Climbing trek. For this reason, most tourists take a hike to Paldor Peak Climbing during these months. As the monsoon retreats, a perfect trekking climate sets in. The temperature goes up to 20 degrees during the day and falls to 5 degrees during the night. The clear skies and amazing views of the mountains allure most trekkers to Paldor Peak Climbing. We recommend you trek to Paldor Peak Climbing from mid-September to the end of October. If you hike during these months, you will also witness the two great Nepali festivals – Dashain and Tihar.

November – December

As winter slowly begins, snowfalls begin in the Paldor Peak Climbing regions, and it eventually gets tough to trek. Nights start to get colder. However, November treks are also popular due to sparkling days and stable temperatures. From December, the temperature drops and it begins to snow.

The weather in the Himalayas is unpredictable, and the temperature changes quickly.

Acclimatization in Paldor Peak Climbing

Paldor Peak Climbing trek includes a few days’ hikes at over 3500m. So there is a small chance of altitude sickness. We have designed trip itineraries that allow slow and steady ascending so the body can adapt.

All our trekking leaders and guide have completed extensive first-aid training and are well-experienced in the Himalayas. If you notice any signs of altitude sickness, please inform your group leader/guide.

Moreover, your trek leader will also suggest ways to prevent altitude sickness. You can lessen the chances of altitude sickness by taking time while ascending and drinking plenty of water (more than 4 liters) every day.

The only cure for severe altitude sickness is to descend immediately. Please note that your group leader has the authority to decide whether to stop the ascent immediately, based on the condition of the team members. It is essential to understand that some persons are more vulnerable to altitude sickness than others.

Trip Grade: Fitness level and Health

The Paldor Peak Climbing is an easy and rewarding trek. Depending on the day’s destination and the nature of the walk, you will be hiking for 4-6 hours a day, but we will be taking regular breaks to admire the mountain views. The trek routes involve long climbs, steep descents, and forward trails in rocky regions and forests. The fitter you are, the more comfortable and enjoyable your journey will be. Trek experience may be advantageous, but you do not require it. However, before booking the trek, contact us if you suffer from sensitive medical conditions, such as heart or lung diseases.

Trekking in group/single

We organize a group as well as private treks. If you have your group, you will be eligible for discounts. However, you will not get discounts for groups we assemble. Each group will have a trekking guide, and a porter for every two trekkers. Further, we can handle all group sizes and add an assistant trek guide for groups with 12 or more members.

A typical day in Paldor Peak Climbing

Each day you will be rewarded with a unique trek experience providing you the opportunity to enjoy the scenery, take photos, explore the local village, and interact with the villagers. During the trek, our experienced, expert guides along with porters carrying your baggage will accompany you. However, you will be carrying a small regular day pack for your valuables.

The day starts with an early morning cup of tea. Each morning after packing our bags and having a wholesome breakfast, we set off on that day’s walk at around 7 am to 8 am, depending on the duration and nature of the trek.

After trekking for 3 to 4 hours, we will serve you lunch around midday on the route to the next destination. Then we rest for about an hour before restarting the trek.

The afternoon walk is generally shorter and lasts only 2 to 3 hours. When we reach our overnight lodge, we snack on the prepared extra dietary snacks. Before dinner, you will have free time to explore nearby places. You will be having dinner between 6 to 7 pm.

In the evening, before going to bed, we discuss each other’s hiking experiences. Your guide will brief the next day’s plan. After completing the trip briefing and before going to bed, you can enjoy yourself however you like. You can read books, watch mountaineering videos or play cards. Most foreigners also indulge in learning a few common Nepali words.

Communication during the trek

During the trek, you can use internet services through 4G data packages at lodges/homestays you will be staying in, paying a small service charge. Once we reach high altitudes, we will communicate through phones.

Friendship World Trek office communicates with all trek groups through trek leaders at least once a day. We want to ensure that all treks are going fine. If you wish, you can buy a local sim in Kathmandu. However, based on the network you use, the mobile signals may not be strong enough.

You can use the internet through the 4G data service available in lodges/homestays but comes with an extra cost.

Extra personal expenses

Meals and accommodations in Kathmandu are up to our valuable clients themselves. You can choose to stay in luxury or budget hotels/lodges. Moreover, trekkers will need money for various purposes – including visa processing, travel insurance policy, snacks, hot (tea/coffee), cold and alcoholic drinks, tips to the trekking crew members, souvenirs, etc.

We recommend bringing cash (major currencies) and exchanging them for Nepali Rupees in Kathmandu. Trek regions only accept Nepali Rupees.

Electricity and water while on the trek

Throughout the lodges/homestays in Paldor Peak Climbing trek regions, electricity for the camera and mobile recharge is available by paying a small price at lodges/homestays.

Water during the trek, you can buy either packed mineral water from shops or fill your water bottle with boiled/filtered water in local lodges/homestays. We suggest you use water purification tablets before drinking water.

You shouldn’t drink water from local rivers, taps, and wells in trek regions because it might not be drinkable as it seems.

Travel insurance for Paldor Peak Climbing Hike

Trekking in the Paldor Peak Climbing requires preparedness. Like other high mountain treks, this trek also comes with slight risks – including high-altitude sickness. So, travel insurance is compulsory for the Paldor Peak Climbing trek.

At a minimum, you require a comprehensive travel insurance policy that covers medical and emergency repatriation – including helicopter rescue and evacuation expenses at altitudes up to 4000m.

We can recommend insurance companies based on our clients’ previous experiencesbut we do not sell insurance policies.

We kindly request you send your detailed insurance information once you book the trek. In emergencies, we will use your insurance policy and other informational documents you sent us to arrange a quick and effective rescue operation. Ensure that your insurance policy covers the cost incurred for mountain rescue service at the highest trek elevations.

Before buying travel insurance, make sure to call insurance companies and recheck if they have helicopter rescue and evacuation up to 4000m. Do not just rely on the insurance company website content.

Paldor Peak Climbing Route Map

Paldor Peak Climbing Map


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