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US $1800


18 Days

Difficulty Level

Strenuous Plus

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Maximum Altitude

5,695 M

Best Season

Oct - Nov/April - May

Tent Peak, also known as Tharpu Chuli Peak, is a fascinating destination for those who are looking to step up from trekking to amateur mountaineering in the Annapurna region. It offers a short trekking and peak climbing experience that goes beyond the ordinary trekking adventure. The trip includes a trek to the picturesque Annapurna Base Camp with a few days of peak climbing in the Annapurna region. Climbing the standard Northwest Ridge of Tent Peak, which is alpine PD grade, is an experience that is physically challenging yet rewarding. The climb boasts some steep and ridge climbing sections that make it even more interesting for those attempting to climb a trekking peak for the first time.
The view from the summit of Tent Peak is arguably one of the best Himalayan vistas. The wild and stunning Annapurna Sanctuary offers a spectacular panorama of many 7000 and 8000 meters of incredible Himalayan peaks, including Annapurna I, III, and South, Hiunchuli, Baraha Shikhar, Khangshar Kang, Take Kang, and Ganapurna – a truly inspiring and memorable scene.
To make your trip to the Himalayas hassle-free, affordable, and safe, Mountain Monarch provides all the personal and group climbing gear, including oxygen and a medical kit as a safety backup. The team is committed to organizing your trip to the highest standards, and you can rest assured that your safety is always a top priority.
The Tent Peak climbing adventure starts with a drive to Nayapul, the trip starting point in the Annapurna region. From there, the trekking route passes through attractive terraced farmland, meanders through rhododendron forests, and many different ethnic settlements. The sparkling water of the Modi Khola is crossed several times, and finally, the trek leads to Machapuchare and Annapurna base camps, a thrilling experience before setting up the tented camp for the Tharpu Chuli expedition.
The itinerary covers all the essential aspects of the trip, including cultural tours in Kathmandu and Pokhara, city tours of world heritage sites, private transportation to and from the starting and ending points of the trek, full-board meals, and accommodation in teahouses or lodges while trekking to Annapurna base camp and a tented camp while peak climbing in Annapurna. You will also receive a peak climbing certificate issued by the respective body of the Nepal government.


Tent Peak Climbing
Tent Peak Climbing
Tent Peak Climbing
Tent Peak Climbing

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Tent Peak Climbing
Tent Peak Climbing
Tent Peak Climbing
Tent Peak Climbing

Tent Peak Climbing Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu.

Day 2:tour in UNESCO World Heritage Sites.   : Kathmandu (1,365 m/4,478 ft) and getting ready

Day 3: Fly from Kathmandu to Pokhara (820m/2,960ft): 35 minutes by plane or 5–6 hours by car

Day 4: Drive to Naya Pul and trek to Ghandruk (1,940m/6,360 ft.): 5-6 hrs. Trek

Day 5: Ghandruk to Chhomrong (2,170m/7,120ft): 6 hrs. 
Day 6: Chhomrong to Dobhan/Himalaya Hotel (2,840m/9,318ft)
Day 7: Dobhan/Himalaya Hotel to MBC (3,700m/12,135ft): 3-4 hrs trek
Day 8: MBC to ABC (4,130m/13,545ft): 2-3 hrs trek
Day 9: Acclimatization & Climbing Preparation
Day 10: Trek to Tent Peak Base Camp (4,450m/14,600ft): 5 hrs
Day 11: Base Camp to High Camp (5,200m/17,056 ft.): 5 hrs
Day 12: Summiting Tent Peak, Return to High Camp: 6 hrs
Day 13: Descend to Tent Peak Base Camp then to ABC: 4-5 hrs
Day 14: ABC to Bamboo: 6 hrs trek
Day 15: Bamboo to New Bridge/Jhinu Dada: 6 hrs trek
Day 16: Jhinu Dada to Naya Pul to Pokhara: 6 hrs trek, 1-hour drive
Day 17: Fly/Drive Pokhara to Kathmandu: 6 hrs drive/35 minute flight
Day 18: Departure Day
Maximum Altitude: 1350m | 4429ft; Accommodation: Tourist Standard Hotel; We will meet you at the airport and take you to the hotel. We will discuss your vacation preparation in our office later.

Today is all about sightseeing and preparation, so after our regular breakfast, we’ll head to the Buddhist pilgrimages of Boudhanath and Swayambhunath Stupas and the Hindu shrine of Pashupatinath Temple. The sightseeing offers a wealth of historical significance. The area around Durbar Square, a complex including the royal palace, distinctive temples, and many antiques, is home to further cultural sites. Later in the evening, we stop by the Nepal Mountain Trekkers’ office to meet our climbing, crew and other affiliated people. We will discuss our expectations for the trip and have our climbing gear arrangement evaluated at our meeting. You will now return.

Get up and shine, my fellow hikers, for today offers us a fresh perspective on our destination. We departed early today for Pokhara in a touring car that will ensure a smooth and comfortable journey for you. We will be traveling mostly along the Trishuli River during this excursion. Because of the enormous amount of lakes the city boasts about, Pokhara is commonly referred to as “the lake city.” Moreover, Pokhara offers breathtaking views of the Himalayan peaks. In the late evening, we can take a boat trip to the peaceful waters of Phewa Lake and explore the area. Stay in Pokhara for the night.

We drive for approximately sixty minutes to reach Naya Pul, from where we start our walk, as we continue our journey deeper into the Annapurna region today. Once we reach Birethanti, we hike hard along the Ghandruk trail, where we are rewarded with expansive views of the mountains. We admire the rural way of life in western Nepal as we pass by charming settlements. After crossing Khumbu Khola, we arrive at Ghandruk. We get a fair view of Machapuchare, Annapurna South, and the Hiunchuli mountains from the town. Stay at Ghandruk for the night.

We travel up to Ghandruk for sixty minutes, and then we make a treacherous descent to the Kimron Khola. Following another treacherous ascent from Kimron Khola, we walk a straightforward track for about an hour. From there, we embark on a steep ascent towards Chhomrong. Machapuchare faces the formidable peak of Annapurna South across the valley, towering over the settlement. Tucked down at the foot of the massive Annapurna mountain is the charming town of Chhomrong.

We’ll leave Chhomrong village today for Dobhan, our overnight destination. After breakfast, the trek continues along the Modi Khola, abandoning the occupied foothills. After a long walk, we cross Chhomrong Khola and arrive in Sinuwa. From here, we’ll take a moderate-level trail. We travel through the thick rhododendron wilderness to reach Khuldighar. At that point, we take huge stone strides into lush bamboo and rhododendron trees, eventually reaching Dobhan. Spend the night at Dobhan.

From Dobhan, we go down a route near Modi Khola. We pass via Himalaya Inn and Hinku Cave before reaching Deurali. On today’s short expedition, we will also have to walk across a small area prone to strong downpours. The short hike will allow us to acclimate to the high elevation and plan for the next day’s adventure. After about a 30-minute walk from Deurali, we’ll arrive at a streambed surrounded by massive snow-covered mountains. The trek to Machapuchare Base Camp is tough, but the breathtaking views of the magnificent Machapuchare are undeniably worth it. We enjoy exploring Mt. Hiunchuli, Annapurna South, Annapurna I, Annapurna III, Gangapurna, and, of course, the Fishtail or Machapuchare itself.

In the wake of awakening, we take over the valley trail on a consistent climb. The trail adheres to a rough precipice and is some of the time soaks. We stroll on a to some degree level way for some time before climbing to Machapuchare Base Camp. From here we get fabulous perspectives of Mt. Hiunchuli, Annapurna South, Annapurna I, Annapurna III, Gandharvachuli, and Gangapurna mountains. We then turn left and start rising tenderly to the Annapurna Base Camp. Amid our rising, we can appreciate the dynamite perspectives of the Himalayan display. Strolling further we achieve from the base camp of Mt. Annapurna, and it is astounding. We are encompassed by superb pinnacles, and the main route into this territory is through the chasm we just climbed. Stay overnight on ABC.

Today we will have a short prep session where our climbing pioneer will talk about what we can expect amid the tent peak climbing. We will also have an important prep session on pinnacle climbing techniques and the best approaches to using the pinnacle climbing riggings such as ice hatchet climbing boot, climbing boot, and bridle, and going here and there using ropes. We will also learn about bunches, apparatuses, etc. We suggest that the prep will help support our confidence in reaching a successful summit of the tent peak. We can spend the rest of the evening going on short climbs nearby and relax. We can stay overnight at Machapuchare base camp.

We continue on a trail near the Modi Khola and after walking for a while we see the south Annapurna glacier on our right. The trail out of the ice mass is paving the way to Annapurna south base camp. Either way, we go straight over an extension and keep going up until we get to tent peak base camp. Spend the night at tent peak base camp

The morning meal will boost our enthusiasm for Tent Peak Climbing. On our day trek, we stroll the glacier with spectacular views of Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchhre, and other mountains. We’ll eat lunch along the route and continue trekking until we reach the high camp to spend the night.

We start our excursion to the summit around 2-3 am. We stroll on a divider shake for around 2 hours and afterward, we stroll on level snow for 60 minutes. Next, we get on a precarious incline of 70 degrees (100m). At that point, we stroll on a level trail for around 30 minutes and reach the summit of Tent Peak/Tharpu Chuli. We jump on settle ropes to achieve the last summit. After overcoming Tharpu Chuli, we return on a similar course to the high camp. Stay overnight at High Camp.
From the high camp of Tent Peak, we descend to the Machapuchare base camp using the same trail. After reaching Annapurna Base Camp, we rest after our successful climb. We stay overnight at Annapurna Base Camp.

Today, we descend further down from the Annapurna Base Camp to the village settlement of Bamboo. We descend on the same trail, enjoying views of waterfalls and mountains. We stay overnight at Bamboo.

From Bamboo, we climb to Kuldi Ghar and then to Sinuwa. We follow the stone steps to Lower Chomrong and Upper Chomrong before descending to Jhinu Danda. Here, we can relax in a natural hot spring. We stay overnight at Jhinu Danda.

After breakfast, we trek along the Modi Khola River to Naya Pul, where we drive back to Pokhara. We stay overnight in Pokhara.

After breakfast, we drive back to Kathmandu near the Trishuli River. Upon reaching Kathmandu, we can rest or do some shopping before a farewell dinner to celebrate our successful climb. We stay overnight in Kathmandu.

Our 18-day trek to Tharpu Chuli Peak ends today, and a representative will transfer you to the airport. We wish you a safe journey home and hope you had a fulfilling and memorable trip in Nepal.
From the high camp of Tent Pinnacle, we slip into the Machapuchare base camp. We utilized a similar trail that we had utilized already. After arriving at Annapurna Base Camp, we shall take a genuinely required rest as of now we have successfully triumphed over the glorious Tent Peak (Tharpu Chuli). Stay overnight at Annapurna Base Camp.


  • The airport picks up and drops off by private vehicle.
  • Hotel in Kathmandu Three nights
  • Sightseeing around Kathmandu.
  • Private vehicle for sightseeing.
  • Tour guide for sightseeing
  • Tourist Bus from Kathmandu to Pokhara and back.
  • Two-night hotel in Pokhara.
  • All-night accommodation in a lodge during the trek on a twin-sharing basis (please inquire if you need private accommodation)
  • Accommodation in tents from Base camp onwards to the summit during climbing.
  • Climbing gear such as climbing boots, climbing ropes, ice screws, ladders, and harnesses will be included.
  • Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and tea or coffee during the trip.
  • All required permits for trekking.
  • Required permit for climbing.
  • An experienced climbing guide for the peak.
  • Licensed Guide and strong porter (one porter for two people)
  • Accommodation, food, salary, and insurance for guide and porter.
  • Farewell dinner at the end of the trip.
  • All government taxes.                                           

WHAT IS Excluded

  • Entrance fees while visiting UNESCO world heritage sites during sightseeing in Kathmandu.
  • Your trekking and climbing insurance and evacuation in an emergency.
  • Hard drinks, cold drinks, and bottled water.
  • Wi-Fi, hot showers, battery charging, and personal expenses.
  • Gratitude for the guide and porters.
  • Risk-free booking & Free Cancellation

Duffel Bag

You need a duffel bag that is supposed to be waterproof with a strap along with a TSA lock. In your duffel bag, you keep all the clothes and essential gear while trekking up to Tent Peak High camp which will be carried by our porter. Regarding the size, you can choose from 100 liters to 140 liters duffel as this size all you to fit most of the things you need for trekking.

Your duffel bag is where you store all your clothes and all your essentials during your trek to the Tent Peak High camp, which our porter will carry for you. You can choose between 100 and 140 liters of duffel bag size, as this size will fit most of your stuff.

Sleeping Bag

It is the most important piece of equipment for trekking and climbing. Normally, the smaller and lighter the size, the more expensive it is. Regarding the warmth of sleeping bags, sleeping bags are warmer than synthetic ones. You need to bring the sleeping bag that rates up to -20c and a liner just in case it feels colder.

Daypack Bag

It’s a daypack bag that you carry while waking where you put your wallet, camera, water bottle, rain cover, fleece jacket, and windproof jacket. Regarding the size of the daypack bag, the size of a small-medium 30 to 40-litre day bag with some side pockets where you can fit your water bottle or gloves is good. Moreover, if you can fit your Camelbak in your daily carry it is more efficient in the coldest weather as your water doesn’t freeze.

Water Bottle

You can bring two water bottles in which you can drink in one and treat water in another to refill again. (ANalgene water bottle is good as you can put hot water as well if you want) you also can bring Camelbak which can be very handy for climbing.

Upper Body

  • Short sleeve synthetic t-shirts*3 (while trekking you sweat a lot so, synthetic t-shirts are best to bring as they are light and dry fast)
  • Wind shirts*1
  • Long sleeve Merino wool t-shirts*2
  • Synthetic insulated jacket (you can use it for climbing as well)
  • Fleece glove
  • Insulated gloves
  • Buff (trail gets very dusty with trekkers and animals passing by you so, you can use it as a mask)
  • Sunglass
  • Sun hat
  • Fleece hat
  • Rain gear or poncho.

Lower Body

  • Trekking shoes (proper boots with grip are recommended as trails are rough so you might twist your ankle)
  • Slipper or lightweight shoes (it is handy to wear when you have done day trekking)
  • Cotton hiking socks
  • Hiking pants*2
  • Fleece trouser
  • Underwear tours ers*2
  • Underwear
  • Waterproof paint
  • Miscellaneous Items
  1. Items for drinking water treatments such as Steripen, iodine tablets, chlorine liquids, or water filters. (If you are using liquids or tablets it might bring a different taste in the water so you can bring some juice-powder to bring a nice taste)
  2. Fast-drying camp towel (most guesthouses don’t provide a towel for a shower so it’s good to have one)
  3. Body wipes (it comes in handy, especially in higher altitudes where there are no showers)
  4. Toilet paper
  5. Lip balm
  6. Sunscreens (minimum of SPF 40 plus as in higher altitude sunlight is more direct and more penetrating.
  7. Earplugs
  8. Mobile phone (you can use it as an alarm or  when there is a signal, you can use it if you want to communicate)
  9. Diary
  10. Chargers with an adapter (you can charge your gadgets along the trail with hydro-powered electricity in the lower region and sun-powered in the higher region)
  11. Camera
  12. Medical kit (Diamox, Imodium, ibuprofen, throat lozenges, tape, scissors,
  13. Ziplock plastic bag (Although you put your all stuff in a duffel bag, a ziplock bag can come in handy when you want to separate your items like toiletries, socks, underwear, and smelly clothes)
  14. Headlamp or torchlight
  15. Hand sanitizer
  16. Trekking sticks (most people use them and it is very helpful while walking rocky trails and especially in knees going downhill.
  17. Sandal
  18. Pocket knife
  19. Pee-bottle (it’s handy if you don’t want to go out of the room during the night)
  20. Buying climbing gear is more expensive back home, but we can arrange all the gear for an additional cost of USD 400. (The cost of renting gear keeps changing so, please enquire for an updated price)
  21. These are the lists you need to bring for Tent Peak Climbing
  22. Synthetic insulated paint
  23. Shell jacket (which you can put on top of the down jacket while climbing)
  24. Insulated snow pant
  25. Thick climbing shocks
  26. Mountaineering boot
  27. Snow goggle
  28. Climbing harness
  29. Crampons
  30. Ice axe
  31. Belay device (black diamond ATC XP which is perfect for the progressive climber, excellent braking capabilities, and durable design)
  32. Climbing helmet
  33. Locking carabineers*2 (D shaped)
  34. Non-locking carabiners
  35. Ascender
  36. Gaiters
  37. Mountaineering gloves