Baden Powell Scout Peak Expedition can be done in 17 days. Baden Powell Scout Peak is also known as Urkema Peak in Nepal. Its altitude is 5890 meters from sea level. To commemorate 100 years of Scouting in honor of British soldier Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the World Scouting movement. The peak was officially named by the Nepalese government in 2007 in the honor of Centenary of World Scouting which lies nearby Ganesh Himal range of the Langtang Himalaya in Nepal. Baden Powell Scout Peak offers majestic views of Langtang Lirung (7234 m), Dorje Lakpa (6966 m), Langtang II, and Shishapangma (8013 m) in Tibet.
Facts of Baden Powell Scout Peak Expedition
Elevation: 5,825 m (19,111 ft)
Listing: List of mountains in Nepal
Coordinates: 28°09′59″N 85°32′01″E
Parent Range: Himalayas
Easiest Route: North route
Baden Powell Scout Peak Expedition takes you through different villages in the Himalayas. Tibetan and Sherpa are the majority of people in the village. You can experience their culture during this expedition. The remoteness of Nepal can be experienced during Baden Powell Scout Peak Expedition.
You will be backed up by our experienced Sherpa team during Baden Powell Scout Peak Expedition. Our guides are well experienced and certified by the Government of Nepal. They are insured in case of an accident so as the supporting team of Porter and Cook. Our Sherpa guide can communicate in English fluently which makes your expedition easy and comfortable.
Besides the Baden Powell Scout Peak Expedition, you also can experience the heritage of Kathmandu Valley during this expedition trip. Our paramount focus will be to excel at the summit however you can explore the local attractions during your trip to Nepal.
The first person to reach the peak is Australian climber Mark Mangles at around 12 o’clock on the 12th of September 2007. He was part of an international team of Scout members from a different country. i.e.: Taipei, Australia, Korea, Malaysia, Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Nepal.
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