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Lobuche Peak climbing

6 Mar 2020 hgn

Lobuche Peak CLimbing

Lobuche Peak climbing is considered one of the best trekking peaks among Nepalese mountains. Which lies close to the Khumbu region. This Lobuche stands at an elevation of 6119m and has two main peaks. Lobuche East 6119m and Lobuche West 6145m. Lobuche Peak climbing might be a little strenuous than Island peak.
But the time you reach the peak you will soon realize that the hard work and patience were worth every penny. From the summit, you will be able to relish the astonishing panoramic views of the mighty Everest alongside Lhotse, and Ama Dablam.

Lobuche east peak is situated between Chola pass and Everest base camp. It stands at 6119m. And is located at the latitude of 2758’08” N and 86 47’05” E. This route is considered the most popular trekking trail in the Everest region.

Lobuche peak can be climbed either from the east or west side of the peak. Mountaineers who seek to adore the spectacular view of Mt. Everest and the Khumbu region attempts Lobuche east trekking. Lobuche east peak climbing is more challenging and requires some prior experience.

Though Lobuche can be climbed from both east. And west peaks the west peak is generally considered an expedition peak and requires good mountaineering skills and experience in using tools, gears during Lobuche peak climbing. However, teams of highly experienced high altitude Sherpa and our team will assist and guide the group with the climb, tents, and food.

Lobuche West expedition is a challenge but it will be your most memorable climbing experience rewarding. You with unprecedented heavenly views of Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Nuptse, and many other mountains.

The cost of this expedition comprises one of the most beautiful treks in the world with prior assistance from our staff both technically and on the field. For more information about the trek and cost.

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