Kwangde Peak is also known as Kangde Ri and Kwangde, Kwangdi Ri is a difficult mountain to climb and stands at a height of 6,011m. … The mountain stands above the Bhote Koshi River to the south-west of Namche Bazar.It forms an impressive multi-summited ridge at the eastern end of the Lumding Himal, which in turn is part of Rolwaling Himal. The mountain stands above the Bhote Koshi River to the south-west of Namche Bazar. The northern part of the mountain forms an impressive barrier having several steep ridges to the north. Along the Everest Base Camp trek the peak is clear visible far behind of Namche Bazar and separated by Bhotekoshi River.
Also, located in the Lumding Drangka in a elevated and remote valley, the peak is bordered to the west by plummeting glaciers of Karyolung, Numbur, Khartang at an altitude of 6,187m, which it is hardly ever visited by the mountaineers. Particularly the routes on the North Face are challenging and reflect latest developments in minor Himalayan climbing, with a stress on technical complexity and a high scale of assurance. The first climb of Kwangde peak was done by a Japanese Team in 1978. We recommend you to make a visit during the seasons of spring and autumn to make the trek more memorable since it’s the best season to go for Kwangde Trekking Peak.