Cholatse

Elevation (feet): 21,128
Elevation (meters): 6,440
Continent: Asia
Country: Nepal
Range/Region: Central Nepal Himalaya
Latitude: 27.919952
Longitude: 86.766071
Difficulty: Major Mountain Expedition
Best months for climbing: Sep, Oct
Year first climbed: 22 April 1982, South-West Ridge
First successful climber(s): Vern Clevenger, Galen Rowell, John Rowell, Bill O'Connor
Nearest major airport: Kathmandu, Nepal
Convenient Center: Namche Bazar, Nepal

Cholatse is a fluted snow peak with a summit plateau on which it can be difficult to find the summit. The North side of the mountain has some futuristic-looking lines. It is called Jobo Lhaptshan on RGS maps. This peak is connected to Taweche. The steep North face was first climbed in 1984.

Weather

The following weather information is provided for the nearest supported peak. The weather icons reflect weather conditions from the base of the mountain, while the wind, temperature and humidity reflect conditions at the summit.

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Trip Reports

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

There are 2 trip reports for Cholatse.

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  • Log #13720 - by Armando Corvini on July 17, 2001
    Our Australian Cholase Winter Expedition 1993,looked the possibility to trace a new climb on the unclimbed West Face. John Lamb,David Smith(UK)Armando Corvini (Leader)with support members Barbara and...
  • Log #13721 - by Armando Corvini on July 17, 2001
    The Australian Cholatse Winter Expedition 1994, was formed by David Smith(UK), John Lamb, and my self as leader. Also fellows trekkers, Barbara and Anton Cook, came as far as base camp, as support...