Melungtse Mountain Peak climbing is the highest peak of the Rolwaling Mountain. Melungtse mountain Peak climbing lies about 40 kilometers west of Mount Everest. It is an altitude at 7181 meters.
Moreover, Melungtse Mountain is the best known for its dramatic west face, which is a sheer square-cut wall of ice, rising to a flat-topped 23,040-foot ridge. Melungtse’s sharp pyramid summit rises just northeast of this spectacular ridge.
Similarly, the mountain stands on the Nepal-Tibet border and divides the headwalls of the Rolwaling mountain.This Menlungtse is near by the periphery of Cho Oyu and Gauri Shankar. The whole route is exactly to the same “Cho Oyu” expedition and the base camp also travels ahead from the same Tingri to this Menlungtse base camp. Tingri is the intersection point to go Cho Oyu Base camp and Menlungtse base camp.
Melungtse Mountain Peak climbing is the best time is April, May, September, October.