Dorje Lhakpa (6,966 m)

Dorje Lhakpa is a mountain in the Langtang Himal area in Nepal. Visible also from Kathmandu valley it has an elegant pyramid-shaped figure and is an ideal target for photographers and mountaineers. Considered by many of intermediate difficulty with easiest route from the west ridge. Its climb is offered by many trekking and mountaineering agencies in Nepal.The first attempt and successful climb recorded is by a Japanese expedition in the late 1960s by the west ridge.An other attempt was made by a 7-members-team Italian expedition ADC89 during fall of 1989, again from the west ridge and approach from south. The climb was stopped after Camp 1 at approx 6100m due to instable snow and avalanche danger on the ridge.

Image From Flickr: Jean-Pierre Dalbera, Sek Keung Lo, Scott Mattoon, Michael Mellinger, Bo Jorgensen

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$889 all-in
Langtang Gosaikunda, Nepal
10 Days

Peak Facts

Elevation:
6,966 m / 22,854 ft
Latitude:
28.173889
Longitude:
85.779167

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