Chandi Himal is located north of Changwatang, towards the western extremity of the Nepalese Himalayas. It is one of Nepal's unclimbed peaks that has recently been accessible to expeditions. It is a climbing peak in Nepal's Chandi mountain range, which is part of the Chandi Himal municipality of the Humla district. The mountain top is 6096 meters high and is located in latitude 30.3592 and longitude 81.9514. Mount Api (7132m), Mt Saipal (7031m), Dhaulagiri, Mt Chandi and other peaks can be seen from the summit of Chandi Himal Peak.
At higher elevations, the region's vegetation includes Pine and Hemlock woods, White Fir, Juniper, Birch, and Rhododendron, scrub and alpine plant communities. The Red Panda, Snow Leopard, Musk Deer, Himalayan Thar, Marten, Himalayan Mouse Hare (Pika), and over 118 species of birds, including the Impeyan Pheasant, Snow Cock, Blood Pheasant, and Red-billed Cough, can all be found in the park.
Climbing the Chandi Himal Peak is a 45-day difficult adventure excursion. The excursion begins in Kathmandu, where you will backpack and prepare for the journey. Your guide will provide you with all of the relevant trip information. The trail to the peak of Chandi Himal Peak runs through Simikot, Kharpunath, Thehe, Dojam and Thara Sangu and is 38 kilometers long, with a climbing route of 32.6 kilometers.