Dromo Peak is only open for expeditions and is not a trekking peak like Mera and others. The Dromo Peak Climbing route goes via Kanchanjunga which straddles the Nepal/Sikkim border and is a few miles from Tibet. This route has been opened to trekkers since 1988 though people have trekked in the Dromo Peak area in connection with mountaineering expeditions since the turn of the century. Kanchenjunga is a long way from Kathmandu and the nearest road and airport are a long way from the mountains. Our long trek here climbs from the intensively cultivated hillsides of the Nepal midlands populated by the Rai and Limbu tribes, towards the peaks of Jannu and Khabru and the great wall of Kumbakarna, Kanchenjunga and Rathong, passing on the way through some of the finest high mountain scenery anywhere. Until very recently Dromo Peak was a restricted area so this is an ideal trek for those who already know Nepal and want to get away from the better known areas and visit a remote part of the country where few foreigners have gone.