Among the two chulus, Chulu West Peak Climbing is the higher peak. It was first climbed in 1952 by a Japanese Expedition team. The Base Camp of this peak is situated in a small valley North of Manang, the main trail to the Thorang La. There is a controversy regarding the name and location of the Chulu peaks. There are several peaks close by and are also a part of Chulu massif but are not indicated in the map. Thus it is difficult to differentiate between the two Chulus. However, the Chulu group comprises of four peaks: two in the east and two in the west. Chulu West may also be called Chulu Central. There is no technical difficulty in ascending this peak but progress can be slow as the slopes are vulnerable to avalanches in certain conditions.
Day 5 :
Day 05 : Trek to Tal (1800m).
Day 6 :
Day 06 : Trek to Chame (2700m).
Day 7 :
Day 07 : Trek to Pisang (3200m).
Day 8 :
Day 08 : Trek to Manag (3400m).
Day 12 :
Day 12 : High Camp.
Day 14 :
Day 14 : Rest incase for bad weather
Day 19 :
Day 19 : Trek to Tukuche (2600m),
Day 20 :
Day 20 : Trek to Ghasa (2000m).
Day 21 :
Day 21 : Trek to Tatopani (1100m).
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