Positioned between on the lap of Mt. Everest and Mt. Makalu Mount Baruntse or Barunche is standing with its altitudes of 7129 meters. This mountain was first ascended first by Colin Todd and Geoff Harrow on 30 May 1954. They have climbed the mountain by the Southeast Ridge. Since than many climbers have used this route independently and got succeeded in it.
Because this peak has a higher rate of success reaching the summit and easier than comparable peaks of 7000 meters of this height, it is becoming more popular and busy day by day like others mountains (Pumori, Ama Dablam as well as Everest too). Baruntse expedition maximizes experience gained over countless Himalayan expeditions with a strong record of reaching the top of our world`s highest peaks.
Mt. Baruntse has four ridges and four summits. It is bounded on the east by the Barun Glacier flowing north-south from Cho, to the north-west by the Imja glacier and the Hunku glacier forms the south-east boundary. The three main ridges of Baruntse are situated between these glaciers and form an upturned 'Y' running from Cho Polu (6695m) in the north past the Humni La, on to the north summit where it divides. The Southeast Ridge of Baruntse is a little bit difficult because of being straightforward hard ways to climb. There are hard sections of 50 Degree' elevation with a prominent ice cliff to be climbed facing the risk of avalanche.