Himchuli Peak (6441m) lies in the Annapurna region and connected to Annapurna South like its own part forming a massive south facing wall. The Himchuli was first summated by an American Peace Corps Expedition under the leadership of Craig Anderson in October 1971 via its southeast face. Himchuli Peak always offers magnificent view to the every trekker those who are visiting Annapurna Base camp. Despite the relative ease to the access of the mountain by following popular Annapurna sanctuary trekking, the mountain seems to be ignored by climbers which may be due to being prone to avalanche and exposed to rock falling. The Himchuli Peak is not technically difficult to climb but is vulnerable to rock falls, and route finding may also be a problem. However it offers major new route potentials, it has received little attention from mountaineers and is rarely climbed.
For Himchuli Peak Climbing, we follow the Annapurna sanctuary trekking trail up to Hinko and climb a very steep hill side to grassy meadows to establish the base camp to climb the peak from the normal South - East face route. Three camps are set up for the approach to the summit of Himchuli in general. The other route is north - West Face for which the base camp is set up at Annapurna South base camp near the Annapurna base camp lodges. Himalaya Family Adventure is ready to organize Himchuli climb.

Duration       20 Days          
Elevation      6441 meter.
Season           Sep-Nov, Mar-May
Group size         Minimum 2, Max:12 People
Region           Annapurna Region
Tented Camp  3 nights          
Peak Permi  Sep-Oct-Nov (US$250), Mar-Apr-May (US$125) Per Person
Day 01: Arrival to Kathmandu and Transfer to Hotel
Day 02: Guided Sightseeing in Kathmandu UNESCO Heritage Sites
Day 03: Fly/Drive to Pokhara (Flight 30 Minute, Drive 7 hrs.)
Day 04: Drive to Nayapul 2hrs.- Trek to Tikhedhunga
Day 05: Trek to Ghorepani 2860m./7hrs.
Day 06: Hike to Poon Hill 3210m.-Trek to Tadapani 2630m./6hs.
Day 07: Trek to Chhomrong 1950m./6hrs,
Day 08: Trek to Dovan 2600./ 6hrs.
Day 09: Trek to Machhapuchre Base Camp 3700m./7hrs.
Day 10: Trek to Annapurna Base Camp 4130m./3hrs.
Day 11: Acclimatization Day
Day 12: Trek to Hinko Cave Base Camp 3400m./6hrs. Tent
Day 13: Climb to High Camp 5900m./ Depends on condition Tent
Day 14: Climb to Himchuli 6441m.-Back to Base Camp. 9/10hrs.
Day 15: Trek to Bamboo 2500m./6-7 hrs. Lodge
Day 16: Trek to Jhinu Hot Spring 1600m./6hrs.
Day 17: Trek to Nayapul 4hrs.-Drive to Pokhara 2hrs.
Day 18: Fly/Drive to Kathmandu (Flight 30 minute/Drive 7hrs.)
Day 19: Extra/Reserve Day
Day 20: Departure
Airport Pickups and drops by Tourist Vehicle
Welcome dinner at typical Nepali Restaurant
Guided Sightseeing in Kathmandu by tourist vehicle
4 nights' Accommodation in Kathmandu with Breakfast
 Lodges and tents during trekking and climbing
All ground transportation as per the itinerary by tourist vehicles
Trekking permit and Climbing Permits
English Speaking Climbing Guide During the trip
Necessary of Porters/Yak/Mules during trip
Nepali staff's Salary/Equipment/Insurance/Food/Accommodation
All domestic flights if necessary
Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner with Hot Drinks during trip
Good quality Tents and Kitchen utensils for camping
Down jacket, sleeping bag, Trekking duffel bag and trekking map (down jacket and sleeping bag are to be returned after trip completion)
Group mountaineering (climbing) equipments
Travel and rescue arrangements
All needed service charge, government taxes/royalties
Nepal visa fee and International airfare
Extra night accommodation (Late arrival/Early arrival, Due to weather)
Altitude chamber (PAC) or oxygen
Food in Kathmandu accept Breakfast
Travel and rescue insurance
Extra Porters, Horses, Rescue Flight
Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge)
Any kind of cold Drinks
Personal climbing equipment
Extra tour/Activities in Nepal
Tips for guides and porters
Seat Harness, Jumar
Helmet, Altimeter, Ice Axe, Crampons, Ice-Crew
Gaiters, Locked and unlocked Carabineers, snow baa
Climbing boots, Pocket knife, Head lamp, Mattresses
Rope, Rain gear, Ice hammer, Helmet, Ice/rock piton
Day pack for your personal important things
Good Trekking Boots, Camping shoes, Gloves
Socks-polypropylene, Down Jacket, water bottle
Fleece-shirts, trekking trousers, Rain coat
Shorts, Sun Hat, Woolen cap, Sleeping Bag,
Nylon Windbreaker, Gloves, Snow Gaiters
Torch/headlamp (with spare batteries)
Toiletries/soap, Toilet paper, Sun block