Chulu west peak climbing is another one of the famous climbing peaks located in Annapurna region. Alliance Adventure has designed the trekking to the west Chulu in such way that during the trekking it will provide not only the first-hand climbing experience but also an opportunity to have magnificent views of Himalayas lying around such as Annapurna II, III, IV, Gangapurna, Manaslu, Pisang Peak, Chulu east and the east-side Himlung valley among others. There are several peaks lying around the areas forming a part of Chulu massif. It is, therefore, most of the difficult time to differentiate between the two trekking Chulu east and Chulu-West. It was first climbed in 1952 by a Japanese Expedition via the west ridge, the peak of Chulu-east, together with Chulu-west.
Chulu West lies to the north of Annapurna above the Manang Valley and is the highest of the peaks. The Chulu west peak base camp is situated in a small valley north of Manang, off the main trail to the Thorang La pass. The trekking to this peak climbing begins from Beshisahar and Bahundanda, whereby you will reach by some 8-hour drive from Kathmandu, then head up to Chamche, Dharapani and reach to Pisang peak round and then continue to Hunde, Yak Kharka and finally reach to Chulu west, you will set up the tents and acclimatize. Once we are ready, you proceed ahead and make the summit and then you will return back from Manang valley and continue to Khangsar, Tilicho lake areas and then subsequently reach to Tilichho Phedi and then Jomsom and finally reach Pokhara from where you will either catch direct flight or bus to Kathmandu.