This beautiful peak lies in the Rolwaling region south of the famous Tashi Lapcha. It is located at a height of 6187m and is a majetic snowcapped peak with beautiful natural sceneries surrounding it from each side. The peak was first scaled in 1955 though a well defined straight forward trail along the northwest ridge rising from a relatively flat glacier, above the Trolumbau glaciers in the west and is still the main route to the summit. The peak can be climbed from either Khumbu region or from Rolwaling region, although Rolwaling region is considered the main access route to Pachermo peak. Several teams have also adressed a problem caused by an ice step caused by a large crevasse about 100m from the summit. The trip to Pachermo through Rolwaling region leads to a typical Himalayan experience covered by alpine forest, river valleys and in the midst of remote and authentic Sherpa villages with their cultural and traditional values intact and not much influenced from modernization.
We can get an amazing view of Mt. Gaurishakhar and Mt. Melungtse along the trail from Tashi Lapcha. The scenic beauty of the Himalayas is sure to capture your eyes and your mind during the journey and will work as motivation as the trail is adventurous and difficult. October and November are the best months to take up the journey to Pachermo Peak.
- Activity: Expedition
- Duration: 19 Days
- Grade: Strenuous
- Highest Alt: 6187m
- Trek Type: Lodge + Camping
- Best Season: October - November
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