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Makalu Base Camp
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Day : 20
Grade : Medium/Hard
Max Elevation : 5000 m
 

This is an outstanding trek into eastern Nepal and a journey to one of the truly massive eight thousand-meter peaks. The trek to Makalu Base Camp visits one of the most remote and unfrequented areas of the Himalayas. The long trek and unspoiled terrain makes this trek a classic in its own. A reasonable level of fitness is a prerequisite as the trek is strenuous and reaches an altitude of 5000m. We start this trek by taking a mountain flight to the remote airstrip of Tumlingtar, where you will meet your Surdar, and team of Sherpas for the journey ahead.

Day 13: Makalu Base Camp t-Nhe Kharka
Day 14: Nhe Kharka-mumbuk
Day 15: Mumbuk-Kauma
Day 16: Kauma-Tashi Gaon
Day 17: Balung-Pakuwa
Day 18: Pukuwa-Bumling
Day 19: Bumling-Tumlingtar
Day 20: Tumlingtar-Kathmmandueason : March/April & October/Novembe

» Backpack / Duffel Bag
» Day Pack
» Trekking Boots/ shoes
» Socks x 4
» Sleeping Bag (4 season this can be rented in Kathmandu)
» Shorts x 2
» Fleece Pant / Jacket
» Flashlight
» Shirt/T-shirt x 2
» Thermal Underwear Top 2 / Bottoms 2
» Book
» Trekking polls (optional)
» Sun Hat / Visor Gloves
» Sun Screen
» Sunglasses (UV protected- imperative to have quality eye wear)
» Waterproof Jacket
» Waterproof Pants
» Watch
» Warm Hat with ear protection
» Permit / Money
» Camera / Film
» Down Jacket (this can be rented in Kathmandu)
» Small First Aid Kit

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