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RANGE OF CHO-OYU
Cho Oyu is the sixth highest mountain in the world. Cho Oyu lies in the Himalayas and it is only possible from Tibet side, From Nepal side it is really difficult and only few climbers have climbed from Nepal. Cho-Oyu lies at the border of between China and Nepal.Cho Oyu was first attempted in 1952 by an expedition organised and financed by the Joint Himalayan Committee of Great Britain.But at that time nobody climbed on the top, later on the mountain was first climbed on October 19, 1954 via the north-west ridge.
For the Cho-Oyu expedition either you can contact to any Tibetan trekking agencies or in Nepalese trekking agencies in Nepal.Actually it is not very technical mountain although it is over 8000m. Alpanist mountaineers also need some assistance from Nepali or Tibetan staffs.Who can help you to prepare your food in base camp and they transport your goods as designeted your destination (Except climbing period) For the normal mountaineers they all need full board services like: climbing guides, and kitchen staffs as well.
Rest of the management you need to depend on trekking agencies like: Ropes, snow bars, Camp set up in base camp etc will be done by company. In this way you can climb the mountain from the proximity of Nangpa La, Nangpa La is the main trading route between Nepal and Tibet, actually Sherpa peole used to trade via this route.
Note : who wants to climb the Cho - Oyu, require the Chinese permits........................
Day 01 : Kathmandu to Kodari or Tatopani Nepal China boarder by bus......
Day 02: Tatopani to Nyalam
03: Nyalam to Cho - Oyu Base Camp by Jeeps....................
04: Climbing period will be nearly three week and returning back to same way to Kathmandu.