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Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek: An Adventure of a Lifetime”

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Kanchenjunga base camp trek

Kanchenjunga base camp trek is flawless to see, and it will take about 90 kilometers to reach the camp’s main destination. After climbing at an elevation of approximately 8,600 meters. Yet this is the most adventurous and the most delightful place in India. Majorly, the path will be covered in around eleven days and ten nights. The challenging trek has the views at such a great height.

Mount Kanchenjunga is the 3rd highest destination in India. Trekking to Kanchenjunga mountain base camp is a bit difficult task, especially during the time winter season. You can visit the various villages and meet new people; this is a chance for extroverts. A fascinating thing is you can explore the view of Frey Peak (5830m), Koktang (6,148m), Kabru Peak (7,412 m), Ratong, Chandra Peak, and the Kabru Dome (6600m).

Frey Peak

The freaking and freezing Peak of the Frey peak offers a great view from the top of it. Frey Peak lies near the Kabru sister of mountains. The trail to Frey Peak is a bit rocky and full of snow to trek. The summit is named after the renowned mountaineer George Frey who attempted climbing the Peak with Tenzing Norgay. The trekkers can easily test their capabilities if they can trek further in the regions like Tshoka, Yuksom, Chaurikhang, and many more.

The brown rocky mountains turn into white snowfall mountains during winters. The trail offers great views, panoramic and landscape views of the other mountains at a high peak. The path you cover to reach Frey Peak is 6000 meters and the best season to explore the mountain is from March to May and October to November. It is the moderate path to trek on Frey Peak.

Jannu Peak

Jannu Peak transformed

After starting the trip towards the Kanchenjunga base camp trek, the first sight that will attract you towards the sight scene, that’s the Jannu Peak. Jannu peak is the 32nd highest in the world with carrying an elevation of approximately 8900 meters. The local people believe that the mountain is sacred and call it the mountain with shoulders. The Jannun peak is the major path to trek on to reach the Himalayan Peak.

The Jannu Peak is hard to climb because its Peak path is vertical, and extreme technical routes towards the summit. The climb towards the Peak of Jannu will take up to fifteen days approximately. Hence, it is not for beginners. Please do proper research before start climbing towards Mount Jannu.

Kabru Dome

Kabru Dome transformed 1

Kabru Dome is a mountain in the great Himalayas carrying a height of approximately 7200 meters. The Kabru Dome Mountain is located at the border of Nepal. It extends south of Kangchenjunga. The exciting view of the Peak makes everyone speechless after seeing the mountain’s beauty from the bottom.

The white Glacier on the mountain makes it more special to visit. The Kabru’s Peak is difficult because it is vertical to climb. The white and huge mountains all around and the sunshine makes the snow-falling mountains special to see. It seems like the white gold is shining under the sunlight.

Lhonak lake

The Lhonak Glaciar was located from t satellite a few years ago. Glaciar is approximately 630 meters wide and 20 meters deep. It covers a huge area of 98.7 hectares and contains 19.7 billion liters of water. A sudden burst made the Glaciar it was made in from 1.9 km between 1962 and 2008. Earlier, in 1962, the Glaciar was perfectly alright at its place. The quiet and peaceful atmosphere around the lake made it more special to visit as a tourist. The lake is extremely beautiful to be seen. The locality also believes that the lake is a little dangerous for them. Because it directly indicates towards the changing environment of the earth and it is Hazardous for the Humanity. The lake at such a high altitude attracts many tourist to visit but at their risk only because no-one knows how the climate reacts in the future. 

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Kanchenjunga base camp trek the ultimate camping spot.

The Kanchenjunga base camp trek is flawless to see, and it will take about 90 kilometers to reach the camp’s main destination. After climbing at an elevation of approximately 8,600 meters. Yet this is the most adventurous and the most delightful place in India. Majorly, the path will be covered in around eleven days and ten nights. The challenging trek has the views at such a great height.

Mount Kanchenjunga is the 3rd highest destination in India. Trekking to Kanchenjunga mountain base camp is a bit difficult task, especially during the time winter season. You can visit the various villages and meet new people; this is a chance for extroverts. A fascinating thing is you can explore the view of Frey Peak (5830m), Koktang (6,148m), Kabru Peak (7,412 m), Ratong, Chandra Peak, and the Kabru Dome (6600m).

Jannu Peak the first sight scene towards the Himalayas

After starting the trip towards the Kanchenjunga base camp trek, the first sight that will attract you towards the sight scene, that’s the Jannu Peak. Jannu peak is the 32nd highest in the world with carrying an elevation of approximately 8900 meters. The local people believe that the mountain is sacred and call it the mountain with shoulders. The Jannun peak is the major path to trek on to reach the Himalayan Peak.

The Jannu Peak is hard to climb because its Peak path is vertical, and extreme technical routes towards the summit. The climb towards the Peak of Jannu will take up to fifteen days approximately. Hence, it is not for beginners. Please do proper research before start climbing towards Mount Jannu.

The atmosphere of Freaky Frey Peak

The freaking and freezing Peak of the Frey peak offers a great view from the top of it. Frey Peak lies near the Kabru sister of mountains. The trail to Frey Peak is a bit rocky and full of snow to trek. The summit is named after the renowned mountaineer George Frey who attempted climbing the Peak with Tenzing Norgay. The trekkers can easily test their capabilities if they can trek further in the regions like Tshoka, Yuksom, Chaurikhang, and many more.

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