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Kojichwa South Peak Climbing

Kojichwa South Peak (KOJS) is a climbing peak in the Kanti mountain range of Mugu Makarmarong municipality of Mugu district in Nepal. The mountain peak has an elevation of 6264m and can be located at latitude 29.8486 longitude 82.6311. The summit of Kojichwa South Peak offers stunning views of Kanti Himal, Kanti East, Kaptang, Kande Hiun Chuli, Kojichwa Chuli and more.

The Region

The region habitats vegetation of Pine and Hemlock forests, White Fir, Juniper, Birch and Rhododendron, scrub and alpine plant communities are common at the higher altitude.

The park is home to the Red Panda, Snow Leopard, Musk Deer, Himalayan Tahr, Marten, Himalayan Mouse Hare (Pika), and over 118 species of bird including the Impeyan Pheasant, Snow Cock, Blood Pheasant, and Red-billed Cough.

The Package 

Kojichwa South Peak climbing expedition is 50 days challenging adventure trip. The expedition starts from Kathmandu where you will make essential backpacking and preparation. Your guide will brief you with the necessary trip details. 

Trails

There is a trail you can follow to summit Kojichwa South Peak. The trail passes from Jumla Khalanga, Bumra, Pina, Gamgadi, Lumsa, Mugu, Purano Mugu, and to the base camp of Kojichwa South Peak, this route is 103.7Km and the climbing route is 12.2Km.  

Costs  

Spring Season $10000

Autumn $9800

Winter/Summer $9600

Package Includes

All ground transportation and flight tickets

Peak climbing royalty and required permits

Necessary climbing gears

Food during the expedition

Tea house and camping accommodation

Sleeping bags and mattresses 

Package Excludes   

Any personal expenses

Alcohol and drinking water

Health and travel insurance

Emergency helicopter evacuation

Help Centers Nearby

Police post: Jumla Khalanga 103.7Km

Army post: Gamgadi 63.9Km

Health centre/post: Mugu 11.3Km

Nearest settlement : Mugu 11.3Km

Please contact us for customized trip details.   

  • 20 Days +
  • 6001m - 6500m
  • Difficult
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