Kanchenjunga Base Camp trek is one of the famous trekking holidays in Nepal that offers you to experience the world’s third highest peak. The wilderness trekking to the base camp of Kanchenjunga in the eastern Himalayas of Nepal’s driving the third most elevated top on the planet. The primary pinnacle and its moment stations appear as a gigantic crabby which covers the fringes of two nations Nepal, and Sikkim *(India). The trek to its base camp is itself a hotshot of enterprise that kicks the adrenaline blast. Kanchenjunga base camp Trek is depicted by more remarkable differing qualities on many records; the social and customary ethnic gatherings, for example, the Rai, Limbu, and Sherpa individuals, a profile assortment of widely varied vegetation because of the higher summer sprinkle in the areas and a serving of the additional common mountain angles anywhere in the Himalayas.
Kanchenjunga North View from Above Kanchenjunga North Base Camp (Pangpema)
Kanchenjunga Conservation is a tenant of Red Panda and other snow creatures, winged creatures, and diverse assortments of plants. The large numbers of trekkers in the regions are ensured by the Kanchenjunga conservation areas project. In any case, the trek has a two-base camp; Kanchenjunga South Base Camp and Kanchenjunga North Base Camp treks take the towering huge world’s third most astounding pinnacle of Mount Kanchenjunga and its environment, the exceptional perspectives of snowcapped mountains changed landscapes from the sub-tropical marshes to the striking chilly level, charming backwoods of rhododendron, Oakes and other normal natural life including the musk dear and blue ship. That is the reason the Kanchenjunga Circuit Trek is special and appealing for its travelers all year around.
The vibrating trek to Kanchenjunga base camp begins from Taplejung to north base camp to south base camp by means of Selele La Pass 4480 meters, Sinion La Pass 4440 meters, and Sinelapcha Bhanjyang Pass 4646 meters above sea level. Inside the 26 days enterprise trekkers will appreciate the amazing perspectives of Mt. Kanchenjunga (8586m), Mt. Yalung Kang (8505m), Mt.Kanbachen (7802m), and Mt. Kumbhakarna “Janu” (7711m) and a few different Peaks, including the circles of surely understood journeys Pathivara sanctuary. This can make travelers investigate trekking in one corner of the eastern Himalayas of Nepal. Pathibhara devi temple is one of the most momentous Hindu temples located on top of the Hill of Taplejung elevation of 3794 meters.
Limbu Culture trek in the region is considered equally enthralling. Nearly a week-long trek passes through ethnic villages of Taplejung such as Phurumbu, limkim, Khewang, Tellok, PhawaKhola, and Mamankhe village. From the top of the hill where the Pathibhira temple is located; we clearly visible eye-catching views of Kanchenjunga Massif and one of the most beautiful peaks mount Janu well known by Kumbhakarna. An interesting segment of the trip is a combination of the Limbu Cultural trek connecting with massif Mount Kanchenjunga world’s third highest peak and around with several breathtaking side trips.
On route to the Kanchenjunga circuit trek Lasiya Bhanjyang (2610 meters) provides breathtaking views of the deep valley lower down and dramatic snowcapped peak on the northeast of the hill. Slowly elevation is gaining; the body is feeling much more chilled than in earlier days. However, following the trail into the deep valley of rhododendrons and pine forest makes a real feeling of a wilderness trek in the Himalayas. Continue following the Simbu Khola (River come from Yalung Glacier) leading us each day closer and closer lap of Massif Himalayan peaks. Magically become a wider valley with snowcapped peaks surrounding that’s called “Trekkers Paradise”. Ramche's elevation of (4580meters) a big valley, yaks grazing around, and wild blue sheep added extra attraction to the trip.
Kanchenjunga South View from Sinelapcha Bhanjyang Pass.
Oktang (4730 meters) viewpoint can be reached about an hour's walk from Ramche one of the best viewpoints to explore Kanchenjunga massif including several other peaks as like Rathong 6682 meters, Kabru 7318 meters, Talung 7349 meters, Kanchenjunga south 8476 meters, Kanchenjunga center 8482 meters, mount Kanchenjunga 8586 meters and Yalung Kang 8505 meters. All those mountains are next to each and this is why it is called to mountain Kanchenjunga Five Treasures of Snow after its five high peaks. Besides more adventure lovers travelers can add to peak climb adventure as well, Bokta peak is 6114 meters located north of Ramche popular trekking peak in the Kanchenjunga region of Nepal. Only 2 to 3 days’ time needs to add to the normal trekking duration to climb Bokta Peak. Instead of Sinelapche Bhanjyang Pass 4646 meters, Sinion-La passes 4440m and Selele-La pass 4480 meters there is another Pass called Lapsang Bhanjyang pass (5161 meters) (Lapsang La pass) much more challenging one requiring rope, ice –axe with basic technical experience.
Short Video Clip from Kanchenjunga South Base Camp
The journey continues to lead to Gunsa (3595 meters) biggest settlement of the upper Kanchenjunga region with traditional Buddhist culture, their respectful Hospitality always shining in their face. Leaving behind Simbu Khola and now following the Ghunsa Khola (which comes from Kanchenjunga Glacier) leads us to another beautiful village Kambachen also known as Khangpachen elevation of 4050 meters. A side trip to one of the most beautiful mountains Janu Himal base camp is recommended, with close-up views of mount Jannu and Kumbhakarna Glacier. Continue following the Ghunsa Khola to Lhonak 4780 meters a wide windy valley the last settlements with few small tea shops. Another 3 to 4 hours good walk takes us to Kanchenjunga north base camp well-known as Pangpema (5143 meters) is the last stop of the Kanchenjunga base camp trek.
Kanchenjunga North View from Kanchenjunga North Base Camp.
Breathtaking views of mount Kanchenjunga including several other snowcapped peaks like Taple Shikhar 6510 meters, Nepal Peak 7177 meters, Kirat Chuli 7362 meters, Drohma Peak 6855 meters, and Tengkoma peak 6215 meters of it. Trekking to Kanchenjunga is the journey of a lifetime; we recommended having an extra day in Kanchenjunga's north base camp to climb the Drohma Ri viewpoint elevation of 5500 meters for a close view of mount Kanchenjunga. The Kanchenjunga circuit trek is full of diversity and provides different scenery each day. Visiting the Buddhist monastery at Ghunsa village and Phale village and seeing handmade rug making is the trip highlight. A 26-day Kanchenjunga Trekking journey gives you full of refreshments with the pure wilderness trekking experience you will ever have in your life in the world's third Highest Peak around the Kanchenjunga north and south base camp.
Janu Himal View from Kambachen.
Photo Credit to Oleg Bartunov Trip operated by Visit Himalaya Treks.
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