Kusum Kanguru (6,369m) Climbing

Kusum Kanguru (6,369m) Climbing

kusum kanguru himal

Kusum Kanguru is also known Kusum Kangguru, Kusum Kangru, Kusum Kang, Kusum Khangru, Kusumkhang Karda or Mount Kanguru is a mountain in the Khumbu Region of the Himalaya in Nepal at elevation of 6,369m. Kusum Kanguru means "Three Snow-White Gods" in the Sherpa language, which refers to the triple summit of the mountain.

Kusum Kanguru is extended to north-south ridge  of Charpati Himal that separates the valley of Dudh Koshi from the upper eaches of Hinku Drangka to the west and the Hinku Valley to the east. The mountain is the main source of the Kusum Khola or Thado Koshi Khola which flows westward to merge into the Dudh Khosi at the village of Thado Koshi. Kusum Kanguru is considered one of the most difficult to climb. This peak was first climbed 0n 7 October 1981 by Bill Denz from New Zealand in Solo ascent via SW buttress from West Face.

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Name of Peak Climbing : 

Kusum Kanguru Himal Climbing


6,367 m (20,889 ft)




Charpati Himal


27°43′50″N 86°47′27″E

Easiest Route: 

Snow/Ice Climb

Season : 

Spring & Autumn

Transportation : 

Domestic Fly

Duration : 

20 Days

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Walking hours per day: 

5 to 7 hours

Group Size: 

2 - 12 Persons