Mardi Himal Peak 5587m.Climbing Nepal
Mardi Himal is considered to be an ideal introduction to mountaineering in the high Himalaya, particularly if you have limited time available. No previous experience of high altitudes is necessary, as every precaution will be taken to ensure gradual and thorough acclimatization during the trek to the mountain. Although Mardi Himal is the shortest and probably the easiest expeditions to Nepal, to maximize both your enjoyment and your chances of success, you need. A major benefit of Mardi Himal is the ability to climb it in a round trip of a little over 2 weeks. It therefore makes a visit to the Himalaya a real possibility for those who hither to have not been able to find the time to join a longer expedition.
This peak is located in the east of the Modi Khola, across the valley from Himchuli. It is separated from Machhapuchhre ridge by a col. and usual route of ascent reaches this col (about 5,200m. /17,060 ft.) and reaches the summit via a route on its east flank. Although the mountain rises above the entrance to the Annapurna sanctuary it is not often visited. The trek reaches and then follows the Mardi Khola for 2 days before turning and climbing the ridge line for 3 more days before reaching base camp around 4,100 m. /13,451 ft.
The climb has problems with route finding and effort but little technical difficulty: the councilors leading to the col on the East Face can present an avalanche danger with fresh snow. The climb begins by heading steeply towards the col on the connecting ridge between Mardi Himal and Machhapuchhre. High camp is usually placed just below the final steep (45 degrees) councilors leading to the col (about 4,650 m. /15,256 ft.) From high camp, climb to the col and turn west, ascending steep snow slopes to the summit. Descend the same route.
Day 1:- Arrival in Kathmandu and Transfer to Hotel.
Day 2:- Sightseeing in Kathmandu valley.
Day 3:- Drive or fly from Kathmandu to Pokhara.
Day 4:- Sightseeing in Pokhara.
Day 5:- Drive to Phedi and Trek to Pothana.
Day 6:- Machhapuchree forest camp.
Day 7:- Forest camp (2250).
Day 8:- Low camp (3000m)
Day 9:- High camp (3900m.)
Day 10:- Climb to the top and back to Low Camp (4100m).
Day 11:- Ghalel (1530m.).
Day 12:- Trek to Hemja and drive back to Pokhara.
Day 13:- Sunrise from Sarangkot and free day at Pokhara.
Day 14:- Drive or fly to Kathmandu.
Day 15:- Free day.
Day 16:- Departure.
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