|Range/Region:||Western Nepal Himalaya|
|Difficulty:||Basic Snow/Ice Climb|
|Best months for climbing:||Apr, May, Oct, Nov|
|Year first climbed:||1976|
|First successful climber(s):||Dick Isherwood|
|Nearest major airport:||Jumla or Dunai|
Thanks to rpb1001 for adding this peak.
The Kanjiroba Himal lies in the Shey Phoksundo National Park, in West Nepal.
The mountain has a simple route up its wide south-west ridge with only minimal difficulties to cross several near-vertical icy stretches.
The approach to the mountain is about 12 days walking from Jumla. After a village called Hurikot, the trail heads north following the Jagdula Khola (river). The trail eventually breaks east to Dunai (in Dolpa) via the Kagmara La and the rest of the approach to the mountain is through unpopulated wilderness with only faint trails used by hunters and Yarchagumba harvesters.
During the rest of this approach needed five log bridges building, one across a gorge of 100m depth. Two 'Tyrolean traverses' were needed to pass loads.
Basecamp for the mountain is at 4200m, advanced basecamp ~5500m and camp I at ~6000m.
Photograph and anecdotal report here: http://wp.me/pFHcF-rA
Thanks to rpb1001 for this description.