Tilicho Peak

  •   Destination: Nepal
  •   Trip Grade: Moderate
  •  Group size: 2+
  •  Best Seasons: Spring, Autumn

Trip Introduction

In 1950, Maurice Herzog and his group came to the Tilicho Pass in the want to find subtle Annapurna I. Shockingly, they found before them a colossal divider and a major solidified lake (Tilicho Lake) remaining on their way to the mountain. This divider was given the name “La Grande Barriere” or “the Great Barrier” by Herzog. Here’s the means by which he portrayed it in his book “Annapurna”:

“We were totally overpowered by the Great Barrier whose normal stature I put at almost 23,000 feet. Its barriers finished in a tremendous and difficult to reach keep, appropriate in the inside, and its abrupt dividers rose 10,000 feet over the camp. The stone was smooth and offered no anomaly, no line of shortcoming on which the prepared eye of a mountain climber may would like to follow out a conceivable course. Annapurna was a monster post and we were still just on the external protections.”


Tilicho Peak is the most noteworthy purpose of the Great Barrier which joins Khangsar Kang (7,458m) and Nilgiri North (7,061m) together. It was initially moved by a French undertaking drove by Emanuel Schmutz in 1978 through the North West Shoulder.


The data introduced on this page is for the most part adapted towards trekkers needing to visit Tilicho.Typically this trek is done from east to west (i.e. from Manang to Jomsom). Doing it the other way is troublesome in light of the fact that 1) it doesn’t give enough time to acclimatization 2) the way to deal with the Meso Kanto La from the west shows a huge test to conventional trekkers. Regardless, you should be all around prepared for this trek, be readied!

Day 01:Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to the hotel.

Day 02:Details information regarding about the trip for basic preparation and make a permit.

Day 03:Drive Besi Sahar

Day 04:Besisahar – Nagdi

Day 05:Nagdi – Jagat

Day 06:Jagat – Tal

Day 07:Tal – Chame

Day 08:Chame – Pisang.

Day 09:Pisang – Manang

Day 10:Manang – Khangsar

Day 11:Khangsar – Besi Khola

Day 12:Besi Khola – Tilicho

Day 13:Climbing Period Tilicho Peak 7135m. Expedition

Day 31:Base Camp – Khangsar

Day 32:Khangsa – Thorong Phedi

Day 33:Phedi – Thorong La Pass – Muktinath

Day 34:Muktinath – Jomsom

Day 35:Fly back to Pokhara.

Day 36:Pokhara – Kathmandu

Day 37:Drive to airport for departure.

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Included in the Cost


  • Climbing peak permit and one climbing guide (Sherpa)
  • National Park entrance permit
  • 2 Airport transfers
  • All Meals during the trek and camping.
  • Accommodation in lodge during the trek, basic camping arrangement during climbing.
  • Porters to carry member baggage 15 kg per person.
  • Accident insurance for staffs.


Not Included in the Cost


  • Personal clothing.
  • Personal accident insurance, emergency evacuation cost, oxygen, medical box.
  • Alcoholic beverage, laundry and tips.
  • Hotel accommodation and sightseeing tour in Kathmandu (available as per your choice)


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