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Mount Baruntse is yet another attractive mountain for climbing attributable to its accessibility, symmetrical beauty and striking location. Mount Baruntse rests on the lap of Mount Everest and Mount Makalu in Khumbu region. It is one of the most accessible 7000 meter peaks in this region. Many famous expeditioners like Edmond Hillary and Jim McFarland has established a history by climbing the summit of Mount Baruntse. If you are looking for an expedition within 7000 meters, Mount Baruntse may be a perfect choice. The best season to venture to Mount Baruntse is usually during Spring but many have summited to the top of this mountain even in autumn.  The south-east elevation is more of a grueling task due to its extreme steep structures. Nevertheless, some lucky people somehow do it. Expedition to the top of Baruntse is perfect if you’re looking for grand mountaineering adventure without wasting  considerable amount of time and efforts.

Southern ridge overhanging the famous west pass is the main ascent route for Baruntse expedition. This route was established by Hillary and Ship Ton in early 1952 and still is the most preferred way of climbing Mount Baruntse. We follow a standard approach from Lukla to Mera Peak via Zatrawala Pass and astonishing Hinku Valley whilst acclimatizing ourselves at beautiful places of Tangnag and Khare. We will also have a possibility to climb the easier Mera Peak through Mera glacier for extra acclimatization or warmup climb for Baruntse. The Southeast Ridge of Mount Baruntse is an uncomplicated climb with thick snowy as well as steepy sections of ice. The Ice cliff itself can be at 7000 meters. The risk of avalanche appears to be low on the lower slopes. During Spring season, the weather condition is great for successful ascents to the summit. Spring is also the safest season on Mount Baruntse. The summit of Baruntse leads to another summit of Mitru at 7129 meters from where unforgettable views of Lhotse, Mount Everest, Kangchenjunga, Makalu, Cho Oyu and Khumbu Himal can be observed.

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