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Chomolhari is a great towering mountain, whose name is Tibetan for Mountain of the Goddess. The mountain is sacred to Tibetan Buddhists, and every year pilgrims assemble in the town of Phari Dsong, ten miles distant, and walk in procession to the mountain. The mountain rises from the main Himalayan crest, on the border between Tibet and Bhutan. The north face is a sheer 9,000-foot wall, and looms above the barren plains to the north.

Elevation (feet): 23,997
Elevation (meters): 7,314
Continent: Asia
Country: Bhutan/China
Range/Region: Bhutan Himalaya
Latitude: 27.8333
Longitude: 89.2667
Difficulty: Major Mountain Expedition
Best months for climbing: Apr, May, Sep, Oct
Year first climbed: 1937
First successful climber(s): Spenser Chapman and Sherpa porter Pasang Dawa Lama
Nearest major airport: Paro, Bhutan
Convenient Center: Thimpu, Bhutan

Trip Reports

NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name

There are 2 trip reports for Chomolhari.

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  • Log #840 - by Julie Johns on Oct 29, 2004
    I am seeking information on anyone who has done the challenging Chomolhari Trek. I have just done Kilimanjaro, and am looking for something else of a challenging nature. Is there anyone out...
  • Log #839 - by karen watson on Nov 10, 2002
    We were treated to a full moon, the glow on the mountain at dawn was spectacular