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Narphu Peak Climbing

The peak of Narphu (5921m) is tucked between the two giant mountains in mid-west Nepal namely Annapurna and Manaslu. The Narphu Peak Climbing trip shall take you through the isolated valleys of Nar and Phu and later at the top of Mt. Narphu. The off-beat trails on the Nar and Phu region combine with snow glaciers, remote Himalayan passes, and untouched Himalayan culture. Experience climbing in Nepal Himalayas pristine small-peak in the best off-beat destination while exploring the rich Tibetan lifestyle and culture.


Narphu Peak Climb Highlights

  • Climb the majestic Narphu Peak (5921m) and witness the beauty of the surrounding mountains
  • Enjoy crossing the challenging high passes of Kang La (5320m)
  • Fantastic views of the Annapurna massif, Kang Guru, Chulu, Lamjung, and Manaslu ranges
  • Explore the Nar and Phu valleys with rich Buddhist culture


Narphu Peak Climb Overview

This 15-day Narphu Peak Climbing begins upon your arrival in Kathmandu followed by the climb preparation. You can also take a brief sightseeing tour of the major UNESCO World heritage sites of this historical city. You’ll embark on a long road journey to Syange lying northwest of Kathmandu. You’ll gradually ascend through Dharapani and into the pine forests at Bagarchhap. As you trek along the banks of the Soti Khola, you’ll reach Meta. It is an ancient village that was greatly influenced by Tibetan culture.

We take a detour from Ngawal to arrive at the Nar Valley. The trail en route to Nar valley offers magnificent views of Manaslu (8163m) and passes through thick pine forests. You’ll walk along the beautiful waterfalls and cross Kang La Phedi to arrive at the Kang La Pass (5320m). Upon crossing the giant Kang La Pass (5320m), you’ll directly arrive at the Narphu base camp. After a brief preparation and acclimatization, you’ll begin the ascent of the Narphu Peak (5921m). The short climb generally begins early morning and ends before noon.

Once at the summit, you’ll be gifted with the majestic panorama of Lugula Himal, Nemjung, Kang Guru, Chulu, and Manaslu Himal ranges. While descending, you’ll cross Ngawal village and advance towards Besisahar via Manang. The trek concedes at Besisahar. You’ll catch a commute and drive back to Kathmandu. Narphu Peak Climb remains accessible mostly during the spring (Mar-Jun) and autumn seasons (Sep-Nov).

We, at Nepal Treks, are concerned about your well-being and providing you with the best experience. Our highly qualified proficient guides and leaders have been doing this for years and will be there with you in every step of your travel to provide you with the best experience.


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Day 1
Arrival in Kathmandu (1300m) |Welcome Dinner
One of our representatives will warmly receive you at the Airport in Kathmandu and escort you to your hotel. You’ll meet your climb guide and discuss the trip. Afterwards, you can go out to shop for essential trek gear, equipment, or accessories followed by a welcome dinner. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Day 2
Climb Preparation
Today, you’ll meet your climb guide and prepare for the upcoming trip. Your guide will assess your gears, equipment, and other accessories. Afterward, you’ll embark on a sightseeing tour of the historical Kathmandu city accompanied by an experienced tour guide. You’ll get to witness few of the magnificent UNESCO designated sites around Kathmandu namely Pashupatinath, Swoyambhunath, Boudhanath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Day 3
Drive to Syange (1120m) (7-8 hours)
After early breakfast, you’ll embark on a 7/8hr road journey to Syange which lies at the foothills of the mid-western Himalayas. Leaving Kathmandu, you’ll drive northwest towards Syange. You’ll drive through Prithvi Highway along the Trishuli River until Dumre. From here, you’ll take a detour and head towards Besisahar. Syange village lies 29.2km north to Besisahar that passes through Bahundanda. Overnight at Syange.
Day 4
Drive and trek to Dharapani (1960m) (7-8 hours)
After early breakfast, you’ll commence the trek. The uphill trail from Syange advances northeast towards Dharapani. Reaching upon Jagat, the trail descends and continues through a thick forest. After a steep ascent, you’ll arrive at Chamje from where you can enjoy the magnificent sight of the neighbouring Annapurna massif. The trail continues to Sattale and passes through rock-strewn trails towards Tal and Karte to arrive at Dharapani. Overnight in Dharapani.
Day 5
Trek to Koto (2635m) (6 hours)
Leaving Dharapani, you’ll head towards Koto which lies north. The trail goes through beautiful pine and fir forests towards Bagarchhap. You will witness the whitewashed monastery in the village or towards Danakyu. The trail ascends to Tamang village which offers the panorama of Manaslu (8163m) and Peak 29 (7871m). You’ll continue trekking through pine forests till Lata Marang. After a while, you’ll arrive at Koto. Overnight in Koto.
Day 6
Trek to Meta (3540m) (8 hours)
The trail for the day leads us to Meta. You begin trekking along the banks of the Soti Khola and  you’ll encounter thick pine forests and fewer lodges en route to Dharmasala. The trail continues through alpine forests and ascends towards Meta village. The landscape of Meta village highly resembles the Tibetan landscape from where you can spot the pristine sights of Annapurna II (7937m) and Lamjung Himal (6983m). Overnight in Meta.
Day 7
Trek to Nar Village (4100m) (7 hours)
You’ll leave Meta and continue along the barren landscape towards Nar village. Nar valley lies inside the Annapurna Conservation Area. Throughout the trail, you’ll be offered with the magnificent sight of Kang Guru I and Pisang (6091m). The trek may last around 7 hours and end at the scenic village of Nar lying. The village is home to numerous Buddhist monasteries as well. Overnight in Nar village.
Day 8
Trek to Kang La Phedi (4530m) (5-6 hours)
You’ll leave human settlements and head towards the remote parts of the Nar and Phu valley. You’ll hike for a few hours and make a short ascent to arrive at Kang La Phedi. Kang La Phedi lies at the foot of the Kang La Pass (5320m). It is the highest point on the trek and is nestled between Manang valley to the south and Nar Phu region in the east. At the Kang La Phedi, you can see fellow campers and trek enthusiasts. Overnight in Kang La Phedi.
Day 9
Trek to Base Camp (5357m) via Kang La Pass (5306m)
Today, you’ll cross the grand Kang La Pass and make your way towards the Narphu Base Camp. You’ll start early today and assault the steep terrain to arrive at the top of the Kang La Pass (5320m). A steep descent will follow through rocky moraine onto a valley which continues towards the Nar Phu Base Camp. You’ll acclimatize and rather sleep early today. Brief training will follow. Overnight in Nar Phu base camp.
Day 10
Summit Climb of Nar Phu Peak (5,921m)
You’ll wake up early, approximately before the dawn, and have your breakfast. With all gears and equipment check, you’ll start climbing the peak. A brief climb along the snow and moraine passes will take you all the way to the top. You’ll also cross an ice-trail en route. Once at the top, you can get the magnificent view of the entire Nar and Phu valley along with the neighbouring peaks of Nemjung, Kang Guru, and Chulu ranges. You’ll continue down the same route and spend the night at the base camp.
Day 11
Trek to Ngawal (3,676m)
Here on, the trail goes downhill. You’ll begin trekking down the remote valley and make your way towards Ngawal. The village of Ngawal lies in the Manang district. A short downhill trek will easily bring you to Ngawal. From the village, you can catch great sight of Chulu East (6429m). The residents of Ngawal are mostly Thakali and Tibetan Buddhists. Overnight at Ngawal.
Day 12
Trek to Manang (3,540m) (4-5 hours)
Today you’ll descend further and arrive at Manang village. The trail continues through the isolated village of Paugh with the magnificent sight of Annapurna massif at the distance. The trail gently advances uphill towards Munchi and continues along the main trail of Annapurna Circuit to arrive at Manang. You can visit the Gangapurna Lake and witness the Himalayas surrounding the lake. Overnight in Manang.
Day 13
Drive to Besisahar (760m) (7-8 hours)
From Manang, you’ll catch a local commute and drive all the way to Besisahar. You’ll drive almost 96.5km through Humde, Pisang, Jagat, Ghermu, and Bahundanda villages to arrive at Besisahar. The ride can be a bit tiring, hence, you’ll spend the night at Besisahar. The trek concedes here. Overnight in Besisahar,
Day 14
Drive to Kathmandu & Farewell Dinner (5-6 hours)
Today, you’ll catch your commute back to Kathmandu. You’ll begin the drive from Besisahar to arrive at Kathmandu through the Prithvi Highway. The drive is a combination of ups, downs and many twists and turns. Once at Kathmandu, you’ll be escorted to your hotel. If you are up for it, you can go for souvenir shopping in Thamel. A farewell dinner will follow shortly. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Day 15
Transfer to airport for departure
Today is your final day in Nepal and our representative will drive you back to the airport approximately 2hr early so to avoid any delays from traffic congestion. Goodbye and Thanks.

Cost Includes  
  • Arrivals and departure transport by car (We will collect you from the Kathmandu international airport) and transfer to Hotel.
  • Accommodation in Kathmandu  twin sharing basis with breakfast. (3* stander hotel)
  •  Kathmandu Besisahar land transport by private Car, Jeep, Bus and Besisahar to Dharapani by public Local jeep and same way back.
  • Accommodation and all meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) while on a trek in normal teahouses.
  • Salary, insurance, food, accommodation for guides and porters.
  • 2 in sharing porter (each client 10 to 12 KG baggage for Porter).
  • Annapurna Conservation entry permits and TIMS.
  • Jomsom – Pokhara – Kathmandu flight ticket.
  • All necessary land transport.
  • Sightseeing in Kathmandu with a historical tour guide including land transport.
  • Government taxes and service charge.
Not Included
Cost excluding
  • Nepal entry Visa Fee.
  • Personal Travel Insurance (Compulsory).
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
  • Entry fee at the sightseeing sites.
  • Personal expenses like beverages (mineral water, alcohol, soft drinks), telephone bills, laundry, bar bills, personal tips etc.
  • All not mentioned in the inclusion section.
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