Island Peak with Everest Three Passes Trek-19 Days

19 days 5
Island Peak with Everest Three Passes Trek-19 Days
Everest Three Passes Trek
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Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
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Mar - May & Sep - Nov

trip overview

The dream of adventurers is to trek via the highest passes on earth. The trekking route to Everest has three high passes—Renjo La Pass (5,446 m/17,520 ft), Cho La Pass (5,420 m/17,782 ft), Kongma La Pass (5,535 m/18,159 ft), and Island Peak (6,189 m)—offers an unmatched view of the snow-covered mountains. The finest views of mountains over 8,000 meters, as well as numerous more at lesser elevations, such as the Ama Dablam, Pumori, Cholatse, Khumbutse, Khalanga, Nuptse, and Lhotse summits, can be found when walking these Island Peak with Everest Three Passes Trek routes.

For those who wish to experience the difficulties and adventure of the mountain paths, there is an itinerary for the three high passes hiking with the Island Peak Climbing route. The road passes by prayer wheels, flags, Buddhist monasteries, monuments, and Sherpa communities where one may directly study their distinctive customs and cultures.

The trail at Sagarmatha National Park provides an understanding of the uniqueness of Himalayan survival as it passes through a habitat of uncommon flora and fauna. Musk deer, blue sheep, Himalayan tahr, barking deer, blood pheasant, Tibetan snow cock, crimson-horned pheasant, yak, and other magnificent creatures can all be seen in their natural habitat.

We provide the finest rates and services for Everest Three High Passes Trekking with Island peak climbing. Nepal’s most popular trekking itinerary is the Everest Three High Passes Trekking with Island Peak Climbing package. The Everest Three High Passes Trekking with Island Peak Climbing itinerary created by Himalaya Guide Nepal includes tea house and tent lodging options.

Our staff of knowledgeable, experienced Sherpa Trekking Guides and Porters will assist you with every step of the journey and will be aware of your general needs and interests.

Rising above the Lhotse Glacier, Island Peak is a stunning mountain in the Chhukung Valley‘s center. The peak’s west face is glaciated, making ascent difficult but rewarding due to the breathtaking views one may enjoy from the top. Exciting vistas of Makalu, Lhotse, Everest, and other mountains make climbing worthwhile.

Highlights of the Island Peak with Everest Three Passes Trek

  • Trek to the undiscovered route of the rough and remote highlands.
  • Stupas, prayer flags, and chortens were visible along many of the high routes.
  • Old Tibetan monasteries, forests of bamboo and rhododendron, and impressive waterfalls
  • A realm of sorcery and necromancy
  • Gokyo Ri (5,330m), Ngozumpa Glacier, Fourth and Fifth Lakes, and Renjo-La Pass (5,360m)
    Kongma-La Pass (5,535m), Everest base camp (5,364m), Chola-La Pass (5,420m), and Kalapather (5,550m)



Arrival in Kathmandu Nepal (1,350m).

You will be met at the Tribhuvan International Airport by our Airport Representative. A private tourist car drop-off at the hotel is scheduled. You have two options: relax or see us at the office to get the specifics of the Trek schedule.


Kathmandu - Ramechhap - Lukla to Phakding (2,640m)/ 2-4 hours walk

Today we will take a forty-minute picturesque flight to Lukla in the early morning. In Lukla, we will serve you breakfast. Our guide will split the luggage for the porters to carry while you eat breakfast.
We will go via Sherpa communities from Lukla to Phakding. We will only hike for three to four hours on this first day of your adventure. You could explore Phakding village after you get there. Stay the night in Phakding.


Phakding - Monju to Namche Bazaar (3,440m)/7-8 hours walk

We will resume our Three Pass treks in Phakding after breakfast, across five suspension bridges that span the Dudh Kosi river. We will register your permit number and group information at the Sagarmatha National Park office in Monjo, the park’s entrance gate.

We’ll climb the trek to Namche Bazaar after traversing the Hilary suspension bridge. Located in the heart of the Khumbu district, Namche Bazaar is home to a large number of small businesses. Spend the night at Namche.


Acclimatization Day in Namche Bazaar

We recommend acclimatization for one day to cope with the high altitude. You can spend your entire day at leisure exploring Namche Bazaar’s stores or hiking to the Everest View Hotel, which offers your first-ever views of Mt.
Everest and a panorama of the area’s other prominent peaks. You may also learn about the Sherpa culture and the background of mountaineering on Mount Everest by going to the Sherpa Museum. Returning to the lodging for the night.


Namche bazaar - Phungi Tanka to Tengboche (3,860m)/5-6 hours walk

Today day 4, the adventure starts from Namche Bazaar, a bustling marketplace city in the Khumbu region. The path leads towards Phungi Tanka, giving trekkers with picturesque landscapes and an about 5-6 hours hiking/trekking period. The direction encompasses a variety of terrains, from lush forests to open terrains, providing a diverse and scenic beauty.

As the day unfolds, trekkers step by step ascend to an elevation of 3,860 meters, reaching Tengboche. Tengboche is popular for its iconic monastery and breathtaking views of the encircling Himalayan peaks, imparting a serene and spiritual environment.

The day’s trek is not simply a demanding situation for adventurers but also rewards them with cultural and herbal marvels, making it a memorable leg of the overall trekking excursion.


Tengboche - Pangboche to Dingboche (4,410m)/ 5-6 hours walk

Today the trek begins from Tengboche to Dingboche, with a distance of approximately 5-6 hours. The trek leads through the charming village of Pangboche, giving trekkers a glimpse into the neighborhood Sherpa culture and their particular manner of life. The path gradually ascends to Dingboche, with an elevation of 4,410 meters.

The panorama gets more beautiful as trekkers ascend higher, with panoramic views of towering peaks and the rugged Himalayan terrain. Dingboche, nestled in the lap of the mountains, provides a vital acclimatization stop for trekkers earlier than heading to even higher altitudes. The day’s trek is memorable and enjoyable for the ones on the adventure.


Acclimatization Day

Today is our resting day so today we rested at dingboche for the day and enjoyed local foods at a comfortable hotel.


Dingboche to Chhukum (4,730m)/3-4 hours walk

On Day 7, begin your trek from Dingboche to Chhukung at 9:00 AM, taking approximately 3-four hours to cover the 4,730m elevation. Enjoy breakfast in Dingboche earlier than setting off, and have fun with a packed lunch along the trail. Admire the beautiful views of Ama Dablam and surrounding mountains throughout your trek.

Arrive in Chhukung around 3:00 PM, check in at your accommodation, and take time to relax and acclimatize. In the evening, explore the village, have a balanced dinner, and recharge for the day after today’s adventure. Stay hydrated, dress in layers, and follow your guide’s advice for a safe and exciting hiking experience.


Chhukum to Island Peak Base Camp (4,970) meters/3-4 hours

On Day 8, Start your morning with a hearty breakfast in Chhukung earlier than beginning the 3-four hour trek to Island Peak Base Camp at 9:00 AM. Revel in the panoramic views alongside the way and wreck for lunch around 12:30 PM. Expect various terrain as you hold towards the bottom camp, achieving an expected arrival time of 3:00 PM. After settling in, take time to rest and acclimatize.

Attend a briefing with your manual concerning the following day’s climb and safety measures. Conclude the day with a replenishing dinner, making sure your mountain climbing gear is organized for the ascent. Follow your guide’s commands, live hydrated, and put together for the climb beforehand. Rest at Island Peak Base Camp for the night.


Island Peak Base Camp - High Camp - Summit- Base Camp to Chhukung (4,730 m)/12-15 hours

On Day 9, begin the difficult ascent to Island Peak’s High Camp at 3:00 AM after an early breakfast at 2:00 AM. Embark on the summit push around 6:00 AM, guided by your experienced crew. Aim to attain the summit by way of 10:00 AM, taking inside the breathtaking perspectives. Descend returned to the Base Camp, permitting 4-5 hours for the return.

By 6:00 PM, go back to Chhukung, wherein you can have a good time at your successful summit. Enjoy a nicely-deserved dinner, share stories with fellow trekkers, and rest for the night. Follow your guide’s instructions, stay hydrated, and experience the accomplishment of accomplishing the Island Peak summit. Rest at Chhukung for the night.


Chhukum – Kongma la pass 5,528m to Lobuche (4,910m)/5-6 hours

On Day 10, begin your trek from Chhukung to Lobuche via Kongma La Pass at 9:00 AM after a nutritious breakfast. Navigate the difficult ascent to Kongma La Pass (5,528m), taking in the panoramic views, after which descend to Lobuche (4,910m). Be careful of rocky paths at some point of the descent. Enjoy a lunch break at 12:30 PM to recharge.

Resume your trek, relishing the scenic views of the Khumbu Glacier. Arrive in Labuche around 3:00 PM, take a look at it, and take time to rest and acclimatize. Conclude the day with dinner, unwind, and prepare for the following day’s journey. Follow your manual’s recommendation for a secure and fun hiking experience, and live overnight at Labuche Guesthouse or the chosen lodging.


Lobuche to Gorakshep and EBC hike (5,140m)/5-6 hours

On Day 11, start the day with a 7:00 AM breakfast in Lobuche and set out at 8:00 AM for Gorakshep, playing with panoramic views along the way. Take a lunch break at Gorakshep around noon, and at 1:00 PM, embark on a charming hike to Everest Base Camp, taking pictures of the essence of the Himalayas. Spend time exploring the bottom camp earlier than returning to Gorakshep by way of 4:00 PM for rest and acclimatization.

Enjoy dinner, proportion the day’s adventures, and, climate permitting, indulge in stargazing. Follow your guide’s recommendation, live hydrated, and get dressed accurately for various weather situations. Overnight live at Gorak Shep Tea House or your preferred lodging.


Hike to Kalapathar then back to Dzonglha (4,830m)/5-6hurs walk

On Day 12, start the day with a 5:00 AM hike to the iconic Kala Patthar, reaching the summit by 6:30 AM to witness a panoramic sunrise over Everest and neighboring peaks. Descend to Gorakshep for breakfast and start the trek to Dzongla at 9:30 AM, descending to an altitude of 4,830m.

Enjoy lunch en route and aim to reach Dzongla by 3:00 PM, taking in the picturesque mountain landscapes. Conclude the day with dinner in Dzongla, sharing trekking tales, and preparing for the next day’s adventure.
Dress warmly for the early morning hike, stay hydrated, and comply with your manual’s tips for a safe and exciting trek. Overnight live at Dzongla Guesthouse or your selected accommodation.


Dzonglha - Chola Pass 5,368m to Dragnag (4,700m)/7-8 hours walk

Day 13 starts at 7:00 AM with a hearty breakfast in Dzongla, gearing up for a difficult day. Commence the trek to Chola Pass (5,368m) at 8:00 AM, navigating rocky terrain with caution during the ascent and descent. Take in the stunning perspectives from the bypass earlier than descending to Dragnag (4,700m). Break for lunch at 12:30 PM to recharge.

Continue the trek to Dragnag, likely encountering glacial lakes and achieving the vacation spot by 3:00 PM. Check-in, rest, and acclimatize, followed using dinner to reflect on the day’s journey. Stay hydrated, dress in layers, and adhere to the guide’s recommendation for a secure passage through Chola Pass. Overnight stay at Dragnag Teahouse or your selected lodging.


Dragnag to (half day rest) Gokyo (4,790m)/ 3-4 hours walk

On Day 14, begin the morning with a leisurely breakfast in Dragnag, allowing for rest and acclimatization. Take advantage of the morning for healing before starting the trek to Gokyo at 11:00 AM. Enjoy lunch alongside the trail and resume the trek, arriving in Gokyo by 3:30 PM. Check-in at your lodging, rest, and acclimatize in this picturesque location surrounded by lovely mountain scenery and lakes.

Dinner in Gokyo offers the danger of sharing stories with fellow trekkers. Stay hydrated, maintain a steady tempo, and get dressed for various climate conditions. Overnight live at Gokyo Tea House or your selected lodging.


Gokyo Ri claim and overnight at Gokyo

Day 15 begins with a 5:00 AM ascent to Gokyo Ri, making sure you reach the summit by way of 6:30 AM for wide-ranging dawn over the Everest region. Descend returned to Gokyo, savoring the perspectives and making it sluggish. Enjoy a well-deserved breakfast upon your return, and spend the past due morning and afternoon in Gokyo for relaxation.

Dinner in Gokyo lets in to recount the day’s reviews, and weather, and take pleasure in stargazing during the clear nighttime sky. Be organized for the bloodless during the early morning ascent, live hydrated, and get dressed in heat layers. Overnight live at Gokyo Tea House or your selected lodging.


Gokyo - Renjo la pass 5,360m to Lumde (4,380m)/8-9 hours walk

Day 16 begins with a 6:00 AM breakfast in Gokyo, making ready for the challenging trek ahead. Depart for Renjo La Pass at 7:00 AM, navigating rocky paths and accomplishing the skip for breathtaking panoramic views. Descend from Renjo La Pass to Lumde (4,380m) and take a lunch break at 12:30 PM to recharge.

Resume the trek via picturesque landscapes, probably encountering nearby wildlife, and intention to arrive in Lumde by 4:00 PM. Check-in, relax, and acclimatize earlier than having dinner, reflecting on the day’s rewarding yet demanding adventure. Stay hydrated, dress in layers, and observe your manual’s advice for a secure passage via Renjo La Pass. Overnight stay at Lumde Teahouse or your chosen accommodation.


Lumde - Marlung to Namche Bazaar (3,440m)/5-6hurs walk

Day 17 starts with a 7:00 AM breakfast in Lumde, setting the stage for a trek to Namche Bazaar through Marlung at 8:00 AM. Traverse various terrain, taking a lunch break in Marlung at 12:00 PM to rest before the journey to Namche Bazaar. Resume the trek, exploring scenic landscapes and arriving in Namche Bazaar by 3:00 PM. Check-in, rest, and enjoy dinner in Namche Bazaar, immersing yourself in the bustling mountain metropolis’s environment.

Spend the night exploring the town, purchasing souvenirs, or soaking in the neighborhood lifestyle. Stay hydrated, dress correctly, and observe your manual’s hints for a secure descent. Overnight stay at Namche Bazaar Lodge or your chosen accommodation.


Namche Bazaar to Lukla (2,850m)/5-6 hours walk

Day 18 starts with an 8:00 AM breakfast in Namche Bazaar, marking the start of the very last leg of your trek. Descend from Namche Bazaar to Lukla at 9:00 AM, following the familiar path and taking part in panoramic mountain perspectives. At 12:30 PM, have lunch while enjoying the trip. Resume the descent through captivating villages, and lush landscapes, and arrive in Lukla by 3:00 PM.

Check-in, conclude your hiking adventure, and feature a celebratory dinner, reflecting on the memorable stories. Express gratitude to your hiking crew and spend the night relaxing, perhaps sharing stories with fellow trekkers or the local community. Stay attentive throughout the descent, have fun with the accomplishment of finishing the trek, and overnight at Lukla Lodge or your selected accommodation.


Lukla to Ramechhap flight then drive to Kathmandu

On Day 19, begin with the aid of checking out of your Lukla lodging and catching a morning flight to Ramechhap, taking part in scenic views. Following your arrival in Ramechhap, embark on a picturesque power to Kathmandu, supplying glimpses of rural landscapes. Upon reaching Kathmandu, take a look at your chosen accommodation, rest, and relax.

In the night, bask in a farewell dinner, savoring Nepali delicacies and reflecting on your hiking adventure. Be organized for capacity flight delays and ensure transportation arrangements from Ramechhap to Kathmandu are confirmed earlier. Overnight stay at a Kathmandu motel or your preferred accommodation.

what's included

  • Airport Pick up and drop services.
  • Kathmandu – Ramechhap by sharing Hiace.
  • Ramechhap to Lukla by flight.
  • Lukla to Ramechhap by flight then drive to Kathmandu.
  • Both ways are airport tax.
  • Three meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner along the trek).
  • Lodge accommodation on the way (simple one).
  • Camping Equipment for climbing time with all hot drinks and food.
  • Climbing guide and all equipment for him.
  • Climbing guide insurance.
  • License holder guide (including his salary, equipment, flight ticket, insurance, lodging, and food)
  • Equipment; Down Jacket, Sleeping Bag.
  • Require all legal documents (Peak climbing permit, National Park permit, Local government tax, and).
  • All government taxes.
  • Trekking and city map.
  • Trekking duffle bag if you need
  • First aid medical box.
  • Some fresh and dry fruits along the trek.
  • Token of love from the company.
  • Farewell, lunch, or dinner is a suitable time.

what's excluded

  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Hard and soft table drinks such as; Coke, Mineral Water, Beer, etc.
  • Personal expenses (laundry, bar bill, telephone, extra helper, battery charge shower, and boiled water).
  • Personal climbing gear.
  • Personal guide if requested.
  • Tips are expected.

useful info

Best Time to Visit:

The perfect time to embark at the Island Peak with Everest Three Passes Trek is at some point in the pre-monsoon (spring) and post-monsoon (autumn) seasons. The months of April to early June and September to November provide strong climate conditions with clear skies, providing wonderful visibility for the breathtaking landscapes and mountain views.


Accommodation at some point of the trek includes teahouses and inns along the trail. These places offer fundamental but cushy services. In large villages and famous trekking spots like Namche Bazaar, Gorakshep, and Gokyo, you can find numerous tea houses with eating centers and relaxed sound asleep preparations. It’s advisable to ebook lodges in advance for the duration of the peak hiking seasons.


The prices for the Island Peak with Everest Three Passes Trek can vary primarily based on elements like the trekking period, the choice of tea houses or resorts, allows, and guide/porter offerings. On average, budget for day by day expenses protecting accommodation, food, permits, and incidentals can vary from $25 to $40 in line with day. Additional charges may additionally include hiring a manual and porter, obtaining essential permits, and arranging transportation to and from Lukla. It’s advocated to have extra finances for unexpected instances or personal preferences.


The general protection situation all through the trek is normally right, especially when following installed routes and recommendations. However, it’s essential to stay informed about climate conditions, follow the recommendations of experienced courses, and cling to protection protocols.

Acclimatization is fundamental to stopping altitude-related issues. Ensure you have proper tour insurance overlaying potential emergencies and evacuation. Be careful of your property and valuables and visit local authorities or trekking companies for any unique security updates or worries.


What is the highest point on the Three Passes trek?

We will wake you up at Lobuche the next morning and trek to Chhukung (4,730m). The final of our three big passes, Kongma La Pass (5,535m), is located in between. In addition to being the hardest of the three passes, it is also the highest.

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