Pachermo Peak, which can be found to the south of the Tesi Lapcha pass. It gives a very enticing scene when seen from the vantage point of the Tesi Lapcha pass. It is a simple snow peak that was first scaled in 1955 along a well-defined north-by-northwest ridge that rises from a reasonably flat but crevassed glacier. The peak is located in a region that is known for its glaciers.
At this point, the most common way to reach the peak of the mountain is through this ridge. The ridge rises from a portion of the glacier that is relatively level. And continues to serve as the most important transportation route. We make our way to the north-eastern edge of the Tesi Lapcha icefall, where we set up a high camp at an elevation of 5,500 meters, in close proximity to some rock walls.
The Rolwaling valley is the most often utilized starting point for ascents to the Pachermo summit. We break camp and hike up to the ridge that runs along the top of Parcharmo Peak. Which we then proceed to follow without too much difficulty. However, as we move closer to the top of the mountain, we need to keep a sharp eye out for crevasses. As it could make reaching the top of the mountain a difficult task.
Note: B=Breakfast, L= Lunch, D=Dinner