Snow, snow and more snow… What to do? The monsoon kept its low pressure on top of the Dhaulagiri mountain range and dumped snow on our expedition team. Finally, with forecasts of 81 cm snow in one day – our team decided to give up instead of taking the risk to get stuck in a […]Read More
Update from Saran! Saran called from Camp 1 (5 400m) this morning and has sent me a text message this afternoon. They are all fine but woke up to a total white out this morning. I have sent them an updated weather forecast and it does not look too promising, but there might be a weather […]Read More
Yesterday I got a phone call from Saran! They have reached BC and they are all well. Putha Hiunhculi Base Camp is very beautiful and Saran said they really enjoyed the sunny grassy meadow. In between the tents runs a small stream with fresh water – very convenient for the team who usually have to […]Read More
YES! The boys arrived with almost all our gears. So now we are all set. Only 2 more barrels of food to come, but they can catch us up. This morning we are busy loading the mules and rearranging the loads. We are estimating about 15 mules and 5 porters to ferry all loads to […]Read More
8th Sept 2016 This morning Dorje and his team with all our luggage/ gears were on the flight to Juphal, but the flight had to turn around due to strong winds. So it was a disappointing day for us. Nevertheless, we explored the village and took some pics of the beautiful people. Today the village […]Read More
7th Sept 2016 It was an exciting and scenic flight to Juphal early in the morning. Anders, Ralph, Mingma and myself were on the flight. Our cook Dorje and his kitchen helpers Bhupal and Pasang, and our Liaison officer were on the next flight, but their flight got cancelled since the wind picked up later […]Read More
Yesterday was a busy day with last minute preparations- meeting with the officials at the Ministry of Tourism for the official briefing of our expedition and getting the permits for the Sat phones and radios. About 70 pages documents had to be signed. We also met our Liaison officer who will be “following us” to Base […]Read More
Today was a busy day of preparations. Canned food that is not available at Dolpo was bought and packed in barrels and duffel bags, ready to leave in a couple of days. Around 700 Kgs of food, tents and gears was packed! and this only just about half of the total amount of stuffs that […]Read More
Welcome to Putha Hiunchuli Expedition (7246 m) Autumn 2016!
In 2012, Joakim Ander became the first Swede ever to summit this mountain, guided and organised by Hi On Life Adventures. Once again we are having an expedition to this mountain.
This Expedition is guided by Saran Subba with support climbing staff- Mingma Chiri Sherpa and Rinji Sherpa.Read More