Paldor Peak

Paldor Peak is a beautiful mountain peak located in the Ganesh Himal range of Nepal. The peak rises to an elevation of 5,959 meters (19,590 feet) and is considered a challenging climb. The peak is situated in the Langtang National Park and is surrounded by lush forests and alpine meadows.

The normal route to climb Paldor Peak is from the south-west ridge. The base camp is located at a height of 4,800 meters (15,750 feet) and it takes around 7-8 days to reach the summit. The peak is accessible by a strenuous hike through the remote and rugged terrain of the Langtang region. The climb requires a good level of physical fitness and previous climbing experience.

Paldor Peak offers a panoramic view of the surrounding peaks, including the Langtang Lirung, Ganesh Himal, and Shishapangma. The peak also provides an opportunity to explore the rich culture and tradition of the Tamang and Sherpa communities living in the region.

Climbing season for Paldor peak is Spring (April-May) and Autumn (September-November) is the best time to climb the peak. The peak is less crowded than other peaks in the region, making it an ideal destination for those seeking a more remote and challenging climbing experience.

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