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7 summits and other mountain stuff => Questions => Topic started by: Erik Ravenstijn on Feb 24 2004, 22:53

Title: Cho Oyo
Post by: Erik Ravenstijn on Feb 24 2004, 22:53
Does anyone know how much a climbing permit of the Tibetan west side of Cho Oyu costs? ???
Title: Re:Cho Oyo
Post by: Ron on Feb 25 2004, 03:30
Hey Erik,

Frits vrijlandt, Rozemarijn Jansen, Menno Boermans and uh..another dutchguy are climbing it this seizoen.
Maybe you could ask them (or join)
Frits Vrijlandt has a website were you might be able to contact him.
Title: Re:Cho Oyo
Post by: Erik Ravenstijn on Feb 27 2004, 02:54
Hi Ron,

I searched for Frits's Vrijland plans, he's going to Broad Peak this year. I send a mail to Katja Staartjes and Rene de Bos, former Dutch Cho Oyu climbers, waiting for an answer yet. Thank you for your help!
Title: Re:Cho Oyo
Post by: Ron on Feb 27 2004, 04:28
ehh  sorry  thats right..i was speaking to them last week and i misundertood...broad peak it is indeed. :-X
Title: Re: Cho Oyo-Helpful link
Post by: smrtnupp on Oct 20 2004, 12:53
I am really new to all this climbing, but thought I might share this link:

http://www.nma.com.np/       <--- it is the Nepal Mountaineering Association, I spent a few hours going through the site, and as I recall, there are permit prices, forms and plenty of useful information on Climbing in Nepal.

Title: Re: Cho Oyo
Post by: trunl on Oct 21 2004, 05:30
 :-\ :-\ i cant find the section for permits for mountains over 6441 m. but maybe im missing it. if anyone can find it, can they post the exact link? thanks all.


trunl
Title: Re: Cho Oyo
Post by: smrtnupp on Oct 21 2004, 09:06
Under "Climbing rules" there are amounts posted in US dollars, not sure if this is exactly what you are looking for!!!     http://www.nma.com.np/
Title: Re: Cho Oyo
Post by: trunl on Oct 22 2004, 04:59
no, its not. im looking for permits for the higher mountains. maybe they're not at



trunl
Title: Re: Cho Oyo
Post by: dachstein on Oct 26 2004, 19:33
:-\ :-\ i cant find the section for permits for mountains over 6441 m. but maybe im missing it. if anyone can find it, can they post the exact link? thanks all.


trunl

Out of curiosity, why are you looking for that info? Plans?
Title: Re: Cho Oyo
Post by: trunl on Oct 27 2004, 04:18
not yet



trunl