As compared to other trekking peaks, Tent Peak (5663m) is relatively smaller in altitude. However, climbing Tent peak is both challenging and exciting for both novice mountaineers and experienced ones.
Also called Tharpu Chuli, Tent peak lies in the Annapurna region and this climbing involves trekking around the famous Annapurna region. You will visit famous village of Ghandruk and Macchapuchre Base Camp (3700m). It takes just one day to summit the Tent Peak from high camp set up at 5200m. On reaching the top you will be rewarded with highest peaks of Hiunchuli, Khangsar Kang, Tarke Kang and Annapurna ranges including Annapurna I (8093m), the tenth highest mountain in the world.
You will have plenty of time to acclimatize before the approaching the summit. Our high altitude Sherpa climbers will accompany to the summit and back. All in all Tent peak is an easy peak to climb feature ice and snow walking.