Pikey & Dudhkunda Trek

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Trip Details

Start/End: Kathmandu to Kathmandu

Duration: 13 days

Difficulty: Medium to Hard

Maximum Elevation: 4,070m(Pikey Peak)

Best Time: October - November and March - April

Accommodation: Camping

Pikey Trekking is an intriguing route for those aged people and family trekking. On this trip, you can experience remote villages with a mix of Buddhism and Hinduism. We pass monasteries, temples, and pilgrimage places. The highest approach to Pikey Peak (4,070m)offers panoramic mountain views from Kanchenjunga to Annapurna, including the world's highest peak, Mt. Everest.
We continue via the old Buddhist Monastery to a series of beautiful lakes, of which Dudhkunda(4,190M) is the most revered. There are forests of Rhododendrons and pines seamed with plants and shrubs in the middle of the cultural spots and typical village. Bunches of monkeys live a happy life. We can spot deer and other animals.

Trip Itinerary

Day 01 : Arrival in Kathmandu, Pick up at the airport and transfer to hotel

Day 02 : Drive from Kathmandu to Bhandar (2,190m)

Day 03 : Trek Bhandar - Chaulakharka (2,470m)

Day 04 : Trek Chaulakharka to Ngaur

Day 05 : Trek Ngaur to Pike Peak base camp (3,350m)

Day 06 : Trek Pike Base Camp to Junbensi via Pike Peak (4,070m)

Day 07 : Trek Junbensi Thuptenchholing Gompa.

Day 08 : Trek Thuptenchholing Gompa - Dudh Kunda Lake

Day 09 : Exploration day at Dudhkunda Lake

Day 10 : Trek Dudhkunda to Ringmo

Day 11 : Trek Ringmo - Phaplu

Day 12 : Fly back to Kathmandu

Day 13 : Final Departure, drop to airport

Trip Info

Highlights of Pikey & Dudhkunda Trek

  • Visit various monasteries and temples along the trail
  • Stunning panorama of world’s highest peak Mt. Everest with various surrounding peaks
  • Ascend Pikey Peak (4070m) the highest point of the Trek
  • Trek along with the beautiful forests of Rhododendrons and pines 
  • Walkthrough the marvelous lakes of Dudhkundi (4190m)
  • Experience the magnificent Tibetan influenced villages of Arun valley

 

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