Tilicho Peak Expedition
Tilicho peak Expedition (7,134m) (Around 30-32 days)
Tilicho peak (7134m) is located north of Annapurna at the end of Grand Barrier, an 11km long shoulder ranging from Annapurna I in north-northwest direction. Tilicho was reported in 1950 by Maurice Herzog during his scouting of Annapurna. It was climbed for the first time by French climber Emanuel Schmutz via Northwest Shoulder which grasps the shorelines of Lake Tilicho. Mount Tilicho peak is little bit hard to climb than the other mountains having height of around 7000m. This expedition has two ways up to its base camp. One way goes via Marsyangdi valley route and another way goes via Kaligandaki valley route. If the teams go through Kaligandaki valley then it is very hard to cross the Messocanto pass, which is situated at 5300m'saltitude. From the top of this Messokanto pass, the tranquil view of Tilicho Lake can be seen. Tilicho expedition offers breathtaking Himalayan views of whole Annapurna massif, Dhaulagiri, beautiful landscape, Tibetean Plateau, and down to the deepest valley in the world the Kali Gandakiand mixed cultures.