Overview For climbers who want to submit a 7000-meter mountain in Nepal. The Mount Baruntse (7,129 m) trek is an exciting adventure. It is located in the central Khumbu region, just west of Mt. Makalu, the world’s highest peak at 8,000 meters, and somewhat east of Mt. Lhotse and Mt. Everest. Because of its location and traditional beauty, it is the most accessible 7000-meter peak in the Khumbu region. In comparison to other summits above 7,000m, Baruntse Expedition has a high success percentage of reaching the summit and returning safely. Nepal has several walking routes that take visitors to some of the world’s most picturesque locations with breathtaking vistas. Even amid them, the Baruntse Expedition Nepal has charmed trekkers with its raw beauty and breathtaking surroundings. It’s one of the most beautiful mountains in the Khumbu region, with a breathtaking vista of gleaming snow peaks, bright valleys, distinctive sceneries, and glaciers. It also gives guests a peek at the region’s diverse flora and animals. Which they may see while walking through the sanctuary. Mt Baruntse is 164 kilometers east of Kathmandu in the Khumbu valley. At 7,162 meters, it is located between Lhotse and Makalu. The plan for the Baruntse Expedition begins with a flight to Lukla and an about 5-hour hike to Chhuthang. Likewise, to reach the base camp, multi-day hikers must travel steep hills and slopes. Pass through various settlements, and stroll through the forest. They’ll arrive at the camp after crossing rivers and passing through distant settlements like Thangnak, Kote, and Mera La Pass. From there, the walk will be difficult. Moreover, Mountaineers will have to climb the steep snow slopes and glaciers for almost two weeks to reach the summit. And watch spectacular views. After the exploration, they’ll retrace their steps back. Then descend the trails to Lukla, passing beautiful villages like Kote, and Tuli Kharka. From there, they’ll catch the flight to Kathmandu which lasts almost half an hour, and finally wrap up the hike. Cost for Baruntse Expedition Similarly. the Baruntse Expedition costs between $8,000 and $10,000 on average. The cost is determined by the trip’s duration. Because of the increase in day-to-day expenses such as hotel and food, the charges will be higher if you plan to remain longer in the valley. Our prices start at USD 8,250. For further information, look at the cost including and excluding sections. Similarly, the price varies as well, depending on the service provided. If the package includes opulent lodging and a private heli ride, the price will immediately jump, costing trekkers a significant sum. The fee charged by the porter and hike guide, which ranges from $30 to $50, may further affect the pricing. Lower-altitude lodging is less expensive than higher-altitude lodging on the way to Baruntse. Tea houses in the upper region can cost you a bit more than $50, with food ranging from $6 to $8. Trekking the mountain in the off-season may be a cost-effective choice. However, you will face numerous challenges and may have to postpone your journey. You might have to face much more losses if you get stranded halfway, therefore it’s best not to journey during that period.