Embark on our Annapurna Three Peaks Expedition, an exhilarating challenge also set in the breathtaking Annapurna region of Nepal. This adventure, a triumphant trio of peaks reaching over 20,000 feet (6000+ meters), also offers a spectacular introduction to Himalayan climbing. Immerse yourself in the rich mountain and Manang culture, culminating in the thrilling summit conquests of Chulu West (6419 meters), Chulu Far East (6049 meters), and Pisang Peak (6091 meters). Traverse the Annapurna circuit’s hidden treasures, including Tilicho Lake at 4900 meters and the Thorong La high pass at 5416 meters

This expedition also promises an extraordinary blend of trekking and climbing through the enchanting Annapurna massif. Chulu West, the pinnacle of technicality among the three peaks, presents climbers with challenges like navigating crevasse openings and ascending/descending a vertical 90-degree wall near the summit. Meanwhile, Pisang Peak adds a touch of moderate yet technical climbing to the adventure.

The Annapurna Three Peaks Expedition had tailored for those with a spirit for high adventure, featuring moderately technical climbs. Chulu West, with a grading of 2B, is within reach for individuals in good shape and harboring a thirst for thrilling experiences. Our seasoned team have also been dedicating for nurturing and enhancing your alpine climbing skills as we embark on this incredible journey conquering three distinct and awe-inspiring peaks.


  • Chulu West (6,419M), Chulu Far East (6059m), Pisang Peak (6091m)
  • Emerald lake Tilicho Lake 4900M, Annapurna valley, Thorong La Pass 5416M
  • 1:2 Guide/Client ratio throughout the expedition
  • Base Camp and high camp strategy alpine climbing


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  • Day 1-2: Arrival and Orientation

    Upon arrival in Kathmandu, you’ll be greeted by Namas staff at the airport and transferred to your accommodation.

    The following day will be dedicated to orientation and preparation. You’ll receive briefings on the trekking itinerary, safety protocols, and gear check to ensure you have all necessary equipment for the journey ahead.

  • Day 3: Kathmandu to Besi Sahar

    Depart from Kathmandu and embark on a scenic drive to Besi Sahar, the starting point of the trek. The journey takes approximately 5-6 hours and offers stunning views of the countryside.

  • Day 4: Besi Sahar to Pisang

    Continue your drive from Besi Sahar to Pisang, immersing yourself in the picturesque landscapes of the Annapurna region along the way.

  • Day 5: Acclimatization Hike Day

    Today is dedicated to an acclimatization hike to Upper Pisang village (3250m). This allows your body to adjust to the increasing altitude and prepares you for the days ahead.

  • Day 6: Trek to Pisang Base Camp

    Begin your trek from Upper Pisang to Pisang Base Camp (4380m), gradually ascending through scenic trails surrounded by towering peaks and lush vegetation.

  • Day 7: Trek to Pisang High Camp

    Continue your ascent to Pisang High Camp (5400m), where you’ll set up camp in preparation for the summit push.

  • Day 8: Summit Pisang Peak

    Today is the highlight of the trek as you summit Pisang Peak (6091m). After reaching the summit, soak in the breathtaking views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks before descending back to Base Camp.

  • Day 9: Trek to Ngawal

    Descend from Pisang Base Camp to Ngawal (3650m), enjoying the change in scenery as you make your way to the next destination.

  • Day 10: Trek to Yak Kharka

    Continue your trek from Ngawal to Yak Kharka (3800m), passing through picturesque landscapes dotted with alpine vegetation.


  • Day 11: Trek to Chulu Far East Base Camp

    Ascend to Chulu Far East Base Camp (4600m), where you’ll spend the night in preparation for the upcoming summit attempt.

  • Day 12: Trek to High Camp

    Continue your ascent to High Camp (5400m), where you’ll rest and acclimatize before the summit push.

  • Day 13: Summit Chulu Far East

    Today, you’ll summit Chulu Far East (6049m) and then descend back to Base Camp to celebrate your achievement.

    The itinerary continues with further trekking, acclimatization, and summit attempts on other peaks. Each day offers new experiences and challenges, allowing you to immerse yourself fully in the beauty and adventure of the Himalayas.

  • Day 14: Trek to Manang Village

    Descend from Chulu Far East Base Camp to Manang village (3540m), enjoying the scenic landscapes and cultural insights along the way.

  • Day 15: Trek to Tilicho Base Camp

    Trek from Manang to Tilicho Base Camp (4000m), a relatively short journey of 4-5 hours, allowing for acclimatization and preparation for the upcoming trek to Tilicho Lake.


  • Day 16: Trek to Tilicho Lake and Shree Kharka

    Trek from Tilicho Base Camp to Tilicho Lake (4900m), a stunning glacial lake nestled amidst towering peaks. After soaking in the beauty of Tilicho Lake, continue trekking to Shree Kharka for overnight stay.


  • Day 17: Trek to Ledar

    Descend from Shree Kharka to Ledar (4200m), passing through rugged terrain and picturesque landscapes.

  • Day 18: Trek to Chulu Base Camp

    Continue your trek from Ledar to Chulu Base Camp (4900m), where you’ll prepare for the upcoming climbing days.


  • Days 19-23: Climbing Period

    These days are dedicated to climbing activities, including setting up high camps, making rotations, and summit attempts on Chulu Far East and other peaks as per the itinerary.

  • Day 24: Descend to Thorong High Camp

    Descend from Chulu Base Camp to Thorong High Camp (4800m), where you’ll spend the night in preparation for crossing Thorong La Pass the next day.

  • Day 25: Cross Thorong La Pass and Trek to Muktinath and Jomsom

    Begin early in the morning to cross Thorong La Pass (5416m), the highest point of the trek, and then descend to Muktinath (3802m). From Muktinath, trek to Jomsom via flight or Jeep.


  • Day 26: Travel to Pokhara

    Drive from Jomsom to Pokhara, a scenic journey offering panoramic views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges.


  • Day 27: Rest Day in Pokhara

    Enjoy a well-deserved rest day in Pokhara, exploring the lakeside city and relaxing amidst its serene surroundings.


  • Day 28: Sunrise at Sarangkot and Return to Kathmandu

    Wake up early to witness the sunrise over the Himalayas from Sarangkot. Later, return to Kathmandu in the afternoon.

  • Day 29: Departure

    Bid farewell to Nepal as you depart from Kathmandu, concluding your memorable trekking adventure in the Annapurna region.

Include / Exclude

Cost Includes:

    • NNMGA Certified Sherpa Mountain guide
    • $300 Individual tip pool. (This is not a summit bonus tip) The tip pool will be fairly distributed among all our staff members. (Guides, porters, drivers, hotel security, and staff). Guests may personally hand in extra tips to our guides and porters.
    • 1:2 Sherpa ratio
    • 1 oxygen system, medical kits
    • Mountaineering Gears (Gear Include: -23C/-30C Kailas Mountain 900 Down Sleeping Bag or Everest outfit -40C/-40F, 12 Point Kantz Crampons, Climbing, Helmet, Climbing harness, 3X Carabiners, Z-lite sleeping foam mat, L Duffle bag, Ascender)
    • Cook and assistant team at Base Camp and High Camp
    • 30 Kgs per person (Extra additional weight, clients will need to hire an additional porter. Estimated $1000 USD for 26 – 27 days)
    • 2 nights before the expedition and 1 day after the expedition. Hotel in Kathmandu. Twin room/sharing basis. (Should clients return early from their expedition, clients will be responsible for their extra Kathmandu hotel bookings)
    • All trekking and climbing permits (Khumbu Region Permit and TIMS)
    • All internal-local transportation to and from the trekking trailhead
    • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner on trek and expedition days.
    • 1 Pot of hot water every night
    • Lodge accommodation during the trek
    • Porters
    • Arrival pick-up and departure
    • Internal flights
    • Basic First aid kit
    • Welcome or Farewell leave Dinner

Cost Excludes:

  • Visas and travel insurance
  • Summit Bonus tips ($400 P/P)
  • Entertainment and food ( Kathmandu )
  • Bottled drinks and beverages. We suggest $500 (NRS 50,000 to purchase wifi cards, bottled water, sodas, bars, charging, etc miscellaneous expenses)
  • Evacuation (will be done in your account)
  • Tips (Service Charge in Hotel and Restaurants are included)
  • Single supplement Charges
  • Laundry, Phone services, Personal expenditure transactions
  • Optional trips
  • Tea breaks, chocolates or other snacks, and any meals besides breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
  • Delay and cancellation because of natural phenomenon
  • International flights to Kathmandu

Price per person

COST: $6950 P/P

Please inquire about prices in your local currency. We accept payment in £GBP/ €EUROS/ $AUD

Deposit :$500 P/P required

No extra hidden costs.


Spring 2024

5th May – 3rd June (Only 4 Spots)

Autumn 2024

30th September – 29th October (Only 6 Spots)

Note – You can request your own travel dates. Minimum 2 bookings required. Guaranteed departure. Guaranteed departure.


$800 USD Only applies if there is only 1 client member.

Usefull Information

Equipment List

Mountain climbing Gears

  • Helmet ( Black diamond, Petzel )
  • A mountaineering harness, with adjustable leg loops.
  • Ascender or Jumar
  • Figure 8 or belay device
  • Carabiners: 3 locking and 6 regular
  • Crampon 10 or 12 point

Mountaineering boots

  • Mountaineering boots suitable for above 6000m; La Sportiva Gsm2 or equivalent
  • Hiking shoes for the trek to base camp with ankle protection
  • Thermal mountaineering socks or equivalent: 6 pairs
  • Liner socks or equivalent: 3 pairs

Body Layers

  • 2 merino base layers: top / bottom set
  • 1 mid layer top: breathable Underwear
  • Lightweight Nylon Pants: 1 pair
  • Hooded Soft Shell jacket To be worn over other layers
  • Soft Shell Guide Pants: Gore Tex and breathable
  • Hooded Hard Shell: Gore Tex and breathable
  • Hard Shell Pants: Gore Tex and breathable, big enough to wear over your guide trousers
  • Insulated Down Jacket with hood: North Face Himalayan parka or equivalent
  • Insulated synthetic Pants: Worn primarily when climbing below Camp 2
  • Long jones equivalent to Rab’s Polartec or equivalent: 2 pairs

Headgear and Hand wear

  • Wool hat (ski hat)
  • Sunhat: To shade your face / neck from the sun on a hot day
  • Buff: To protect your neck / face from the sun
  • Glacier glasses: Full protection with side covers or wrap around
  • Ski goggles: To be worn on summit day in the event of high winds
  • Lightweight synthetic liner gloves: For wearing on a hot day; 2 pairs
  • Soft shell gloves: To wear for moderate cold / wind
  • Shell glove with insulated liner: To wear for severe cold / strong wind
  • Expedition Mitts for bad weather

Personal Gear

  • Expedition Backpack: 65L pack should be large enough.
  • Trekking Backpack: To carry on the trek to base camp. Simple and light.
  • Sleeping Bag: Rated to at least -40°F. Goose down or synthetic
  • Compression stuff sacks: 3 large ones; for reducing volume of the sleeping bag, down parka, etc., in your pack.
  • High Quality sleeping pad (1 for base camp and 1 for high camps): Full length is preferred.
  • Closed cell foam pad: To be used in conjunction with the inflating pad for warmth and comfort when sleeping.
  • Trekking poles with snow baskets: Adjustable poles
  • Cup: Plastic insulated cup for drinking
  • Bowl: A plastic bowl for eating dinner or breakfast
  • Spoon: Plastic spoon
  • Head torch: 1 normal for base camp and 1 with remote battery systems for climbing at night. This will be used whilst climbing at night
  • Sunscreen: SPF 50 or above
  • Lip balm with sunblock
  • Water bottles: 2 wide mouth bottles with 1 litter capacity
  • Water bottle parkas (2): fully insulated with zip opening
  • Thermos: 1 litre (buy a good ones to keep your water warm for longer hours)
  • Pee bottle: 1 litre minimum bottle for convenience at night in the tent
  • Toiletry bag: Include toilet paper and hand sanitizer and small towel
  • Hand warmers & toe warmers
  • Pen Knife or multi tool (optional)
  • Camera: bring extra batteries and memory cards
  • Personal solar charging system (optional but recommended)
  • Travel Clothes
  • Duffel bags (2) with locks: To transport equipment
  • Base Camp extra Items: Kindle, I pad, smart phone, etc
  • Snack food: Please bring a few days of your favourite climbing snack food such as bars, gels, nuts, beef jerky, etc. A variety of salty and sweet is recommended to give you extra energy.
  • Small personal first aid kit: Include athletic tape, Band-Aid’s, Ibuprofen, blister care, personal medications, etc
  • Medications and Prescriptions: Bring antibiotics (Azithromycin, etc.), and altitude medicine such as Diamox and dexamethasone*


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    Trip Fact

  • Best Seasons March to May, September to November
  • Group Size 2 To 10
  • Duration 29 DAYS BOOKING OPEN FOR 2024
  • Trek Difficulty Challenging

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