Mt Cho Oyu Expedition

45 Days


Mount Cho Oyu is the sixth highest mountain in the world, located in the Himalayas along the border of Tibet and Nepal. It stands at an elevation of 8,188 meters (26,864 feet) and is considered a relatively easier climb among the eight-thousanders, making it a popular choice for high-altitude climbers.

A Mount Cho Oyu Expedition typically involves a long journey from Kathmandu to Tibet, followed by a trek to the base camp and several weeks of climbing and acclimatization. The ascent typically involves navigating through glaciers, steep ice and snow slopes, and technical terrain.

Climbers should have strong physical and mental conditioning, as well as previous high-altitude climbing experience, to successfully summit Mount Cho Oyu. It’s also important to have proper training and gear, as well as to be familiar with the use of ropes and other climbing equipment.

The best time to attempt a Mount Cho Oyu Expedition is during the spring (April-May) and autumn (September-October) seasons, when the weather is typically stable and visibility is good. However, conditions can change rapidly in the mountains, and it’s important to be prepared for any situation.



  • Permits and fees: All necessary permits and fees required to climb Mount Cho Oyu, including the Chinese climbing permit and local fees.
  • Transportation: Round-trip transportation from Kathmandu to Lhasa, including airfare and land transportation.
  • Accommodation: Accommodation in hotels/guesthouses in Kathmandu, Lhasa, and Tingri, and tents at Base Camp and higher camps.
  • Food: All meals during the trek and at Base Camp.
  • Guiding and support staff: Experienced climbing guides and support staff, including porters and cooks.
  • Equipment: High-altitude camping equipment, including tents, sleeping bags, and mats.
  • Medical and emergency support: Medical supplies and emergency oxygen.
  • Insurance: Comprehensive travel and emergency medical insurance.


  • Airfare: International and domestic airfare to and from Kathmandu.
  • Visas: Cost of visas and visa processing fees.
  • Personal expenses: Personal expenses such as drinks, snacks, laundry, and any additional activities not included in the itinerary.
  • Personal equipment: Personal climbing equipment such as crampons, ice axes, harnesses, and helmets.
  • Evacuation: Cost of evacuation in case of an emergency.
  • Travel insurance: Cost of travel insurance beyond the coverage provided.
  • Any additional costs incurred due to unexpected events such as natural disasters, political instability, and health emergencies.

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Mt Cho Oyu Expedition