Peri Himal

The Peri Himal is a subrange of the Nepalese Himalayas, situated in the Manang district of Western Nepal and belongs to the larger Gandaki Pradesh province. Its highest peak, also called Peri Himal, has an elevation of 6,296 meters (20,656 feet) and can be found at approximately 28°44'50" latitude and 84°28'54" longitude.

When trekking along the caravan route from basecamp, you'll find a police post in Dharapani (21.2 km away), Samagaun (28 km away), an army post in Dhadingbesi (148.1 km away), and health centers in Thoche (20.1 km away) and Samagaun (28 km away). Nearby settlements include Karche (9.4 km away) and Samdo (20.1 km away).

Climbing Peri Himal comes with different royalty fees based on the season and climber's nationality. Nepalese climbers pay NRs 4000 in spring, NRs 2000 in autumn, and NRs 1000 in winter/summer. Foreign climbers pay USD 250 in spring, USD 125 in autumn, and USD 70 in winter/summer.

To embark on your journey to Peri Himal, drive from Kathmandu to Besisahar. The caravan route continues through Arughat, Namru, Samagaon, Samdo, and reaches the Fukang Glacier basecamp at last. If traveling via Besi Shahar, the route spans 63.4 km; if using Dhadingbesi route, it covers 148.1 km. The climbing route measures about 14.8 km, with the entire expedition usually lasting around 30 days.