Lobuche Peak with Everest Three Passes Trek

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Lobuche Peak with Everest Three Passes Trek
Lobuche peak with Three Passes Trek
Lobuche peak with Three Passes Trek in Everest
us$2000 per pax
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number of pax
$2550 x 1 = $2550
total $2550
Strenuous Plus
group size
March -May/Sep-Nov

trip overview

Lobuche Peak with Everest Three Passes Trek is an exciting expedition that combines the strenuous ascent of Lobuche East Peak with trekking across three high mountain crossings in Nepal’s Everest Region. This journey provides a special chance to see the breathtaking scenery, undiscovered paths, and the exhilaration of reaching a Himalayan summit.

Lobuche Peak with Everest Three Passes Trek is a strenuous and physically taxing undertaking. It is imperative to have prior trekking experience, be physically fit, and properly acclimatize. It is strongly advised that you go on this trip with knowledgeable guides or mountaineering organizations, as they can guarantee your safety, supply the required gear, and help you navigate the complexities of the route and the climb.

All things considered, the Lobuche Peak with Everest Three Passes Trek is an exciting and fruitful adventure that blends the grandeur of lofty mountain passes with the rush of reaching a Himalayan peak. In the heart of the Everest region, it offers a special fusion of adventure, scenic beauty, cultural discovery, and a genuine sense of achievement.

Highlights of the Lobuche Peak with Everest Three Passes Trek

  • The three high-altitude mountain passes that are traversed on the Three Passes route are Renjo La Pass (5,388m/17,513ft), Cho La Pass (5,380m/17,650ft), and Kongma La Pass (5,535m/18,159ft). A sense of accomplishment and breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks are provided by crossing these passes.
  • The Three Passes route is remote and Less crowded Compared to the well-known Everest Base Camp trek.
  • You will go through a variety of environments, such as alpine meadows, glacial valleys, rocky terrain, and charming villages. There will be stunning lakes, tall mountains, and expansive vistas everywhere you look.
  • Climbers are rewarded with breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding peaks, including Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam, from the summit of Lobuche East Peak, which is located at an elevation of 6,119 meters (20,075 feet). The views from the summit are breathtaking.
  • Climbing to the top of Lobuche East Peak is an impressive feat. Climbers can celebrate their mountaineering abilities and take in the Everest region’s majesty, giving them a sense of pride and pleasure.
  • You can stop in authentic Sherpa villages along the way, like Namche Bazaar, Dingboche, and Pangboche. The distinctive Sherpa culture, their kind hospitality, and their ties to the mountains are all revealed in these communities.
  • Numerous Buddhist monasteries are in the area, including the well-known Tengboche Monastery.
  • These monasteries provide a serene and contemplative environment that enables you to engage in regional religious customs and rituals fully.



Arrival in Nepal Airport 1,350 meters

Upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Nepal, located at an elevation of 1,350 meters, your adventure starts with the anticipation of exploring the rich cultural and herbal wonders.
An exciting journey awaits you at the busy airport, which is surrounded by the scenic beauty of the Kathmandu Valley. Your arrival indicates the end of a wonderful journey in the heart of the Himalayas, whether you are here for trekking, cultural research, or simply to immerse yourself in the vibrant local ecosystem. Here you are in Nepal!


Kathmandu to Lukla flight 35 minutes to Phakding 2,652mtrs/ 2-3 hours

On Day 01, your adventure takes flight as you board a scenic 35-minute flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, a small Himalayan metropolis nestled amidst towering peaks. The interesting adventure gives breathtaking views of the rugged terrain and snow-capped mountains. Upon landing in Lukla at an altitude of 2,652 meters, you take off on a trek to Phakding, a picturesque village alongside the Dudh Koshi River.

The about 2-3 hour trek introduces you to the charming landscapes, captivating local villages, and suspension bridges that represent the Everest vicinity. As you navigate the undulating trails, surrounded by the beauty of the Khumbu Valley, you’ll steadily acclimate to the higher altitudes, setting the stage for the awe-inspiring journey that lies in advance.


Phakding to Namche Bazaar 3,440 meters/ 5-6 hours

On Day 02, your trek starts as you go away to the ancient village of Phakding and ascend the busy marketplace of Namche Bazaar, located at an elevation of 3,440 meters. The path leads you through dense forests, crossing the Dudh Koshi River multiple times through suspension bridges. As you ascend, the panorama transforms, providing glimpses of the majestic Everest and neighboring peaks.

The tough but rewarding 5-6 hour trek brings you to Namche Bazaar, Take in the breathtaking perspectives, acclimate to the better altitude, and explore the colorful streets full of nearby stores and teahouses, developing lasting reminiscences of your Himalayan adventure.


Acclimatization Day in Namche Bazaar 3,440 meters

Day 03 is dedicated to acclimatization in Namche Bazaar, a vital step in adjusting to the increasing altitude and ensuring a safer ascent. Use this present day to discover the vibrant metropolis and its surroundings. Consider a hike to the Everest View Hotel, presenting panoramic views of Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and different peaks.

Alternatively, visit the Sherpa Culture Museum to gain insights into the local heritage. Engage with the warm-hearted Sherpa people, and possibly do a little souvenir shopping within the bustling marketplace.

Taking this extra day to acclimate enables you to prevent altitude-related troubles, making sure you are nicely organized for the approaching trek to better elevations. Rest, hydrate, and soak within the lovely mountain surroundings, making ready for the continued adventure that lies in advance.


Namche Bazaar to Tengboche 3,867mtrs/ 5-6 hours

Embarking on Day 04, your adventure leads from Namche Bazaar to the serene village of Tengboche at an elevation of 3,867 meters. The trek unfolds via rhododendron forests, imparting glimpses of the Himalayan peaks. The trail ascends progressively, supplying breathtaking perspectives of Ama Dablam and Everest, growing a picturesque backdrop for your trek.

After crossing the Imja Khola, you reach Tengboche, home to the famed Tengboche Monastery, one of the highest monasteries in the Khumbu Region. Nestled towards the backdrop of towering peaks, together with Kwangde, Tawache, Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam, Tengboche gives a religious and serene environment.

Spend the night exploring the monastery, taking within the enthralling mountain vistas, and soaking up the tranquility of this Himalayan haven. The 5-6 hour trek now not only enriches your cultural experience but additionally serves as a testimony to the natural beauty that surrounds you.


Tengboche to Dingboche 4,240 meters/ 5-6 hours

On Day 05, your trek unfolds as you leave the nonsecular enclave of Tengboche and head closer to Dingboche at an elevation of 4,240 meters. The path takes you through alpine meadows and juniper forests, regularly ascending to higher altitudes. As you traverse the Imja Valley, the landscape opens up, revealing stunning views of Ama Dablam.

The journey is followed by the crisp mountain air and an experience of feat with every step. Upon accomplishing Dingboche, nestled beneath the towering peaks, you may revel in a special aspect of the Himalayas.

The 5-6 hour trek now not only brings you closer to your last goal but also gives you a chance to acclimate, allowing your body to adjust to the decreasing air quality. Admire the stunning scenery and, as the evening draws in, enjoy the peaceful environment of Dingboche encircled by the majesty of the high Himalayas.


Rest day in Dingboche

Day 06 offers a well-deserved rest within the charming village of Dingboche, located at an elevation of 4,240 meters. This rest day is strategically positioned to facilitate similar acclimatization, ensuring your body is sufficiently adjusted to the excessive altitude.

Take the opportunity to discover Dingboche and its surroundings, possibly opting for a brief hike to better elevations for panoramic perspectives of the encircling peaks, which include Makalu, the world’s 5th-highest mountain.

Alternatively, you can relax and experience the tranquility of the village, interacting with locals and immersing yourself in the particular Sherpa lifestyle. This day of rest plays a critical role in your basic hiking enjoyment, allowing you to recharge bodily and mentally before persevering with your ascent in the direction of the enduring Everest Base Camp.


Dinboche to Chhukum 4,730 meters/3-4 hours walk

On Day 07, your adventure continues as you trek from Dingboche to Chhukung at an elevation of 4,730 meters. The path unfolds through the rugged terrain and the shorter period of 3-4 hours permits for a steady ascent without speeding.

As you traverse this alpine landscape, you will be treated to mind-blowing views of the encompassing peaks, which include Ama Dablam and Island Peak.

Chhukung, a small agreement nestled in a glacial valley, serves as a gateway to various excessive-altitude treks and hiking expeditions. The shorter trek period gives adequate time to acclimatize, ensuring a safe development to better elevations.

Upon attaining Chhukung, you will have the possibility to soak up the breathtaking mountain surroundings, relax, and prepare for the subsequent section of your Himalayan adventure.


Chhukum – Kongma La Pass 5,535m to Lobuche 4,910 meters/ 7-8 hours

Day 08 gives a hard but exhilarating leg of your trek, as you project from Chhukung to Lobuche via the bold Kongma La Pass at an elevation of 5,535 meters. The day’s journey includes a stressful ascent to the excessive mountain pass, wherein you may be rewarded with awe-inspiring panoramic views of the encompassing peaks, glaciers, and pristine alpine landscapes.

Crossing the Kongma La Pass is a testament to your endurance and backbone, imparting an experience of accomplishment as you stand at this lofty vantage point. The descent from the pass leads you to Lobuche at 4,910 meters, where you may discover a welcome respite and a chance to reflect on the challenges and triumphs of the day.

The 7-8 hour trek not handiest pushes your bodily limits but also immerses you inside the raw beauty of the Khumbu vicinity, bringing you one step towards the legendary Everest Base Camp.


Lobuche to Gorak Shape (visit Everest Base Camp) 5,140 meters/ 4-5 hours

On Day 09, your trek reaches a sizable milestone as you are making your way from Lobuche to Gorak Shep, with a special go to Everest Base Camp at an elevation of 5,140 meters. The trek takes approximately 4-5 hours, and as you approach Everest Base Camp, the anticipation builds.

Walking amidst the glacial moraines and surrounded by towering peaks, you will in the end arrive at the iconic base camp, a staging factor for mountaineers making ready to summit Everest. The experience of achievement is palpable as you stand in the shadow of the world’s highest height.

After spending a while absorbing the particular atmosphere and taking in the breathtaking surroundings, your adventure keeps to Gorak Shep. This small settlement, situated at 5,140 meters, gives lovely views of Everest, Lhotse, and Nuptse.
The day’s trek isn’t best bodily worthwhile but additionally offers a profound reference to the Himalayan landscape and the history of Everest exploration.


Gorak Shape to Hike to Kalapathar then Lobuche 4,900 meters/ 5-6 hours

On Day 10, your trek takes you from Gorak Shep to the astonishing standpoint of Kala Patthar, accompanied with the aid of a descent to Lobuche, situated at 4,900 meters.

The day starts with an invigorating hike to Kala Patthar, one of the maximum reachable points inside the Everest vicinity, providing remarkable panoramic views of Everest, Nuptse, Pumori, and other surrounding peaks.

The sight of the solar growing over Everest is a wide ranging second etched into the memory of each trekker. After soaking in the awe-inspiring surroundings, you descend to Lobuche, in which the terrain transitions from the excessive-altitude vistas to the tranquil landscapes of the Khumbu place.

The 5-6 hour trek encompasses the difficult but worthwhile revel in ascending Kala Patthar after which descending to the decreased elevation of Lobuche, allowing you to reflect on the magnitude of your Everest Base Camp adventure.


Lobuche to High Camp 5,420 meters/ 3-4 hours

On Day 11, your trek continues as you are making your way from Lobuche to High Camp at an elevation of 5,420 meters. The path leads you through the rugged terrain of the Khumbu area, with each step bringing you in the direction of the pinnacle of your adventure.

The 3-4 hour trek to High Camp includes navigating rocky paths and ascending to higher elevations, surrounded by the towering peaks of the Himalayas. As you approach High Camp, the air becomes thinner, and the landscape turns more dramatic.

The shorter trek duration permits for acclimatization and ensures you are nicely organized for the difficult climb in advance. Upon accomplishing High Camp, take in the breathtaking perspectives and prepare for the very last ascent to the summit of Island Peak, a thrilling and rewarding experience that awaits you on the subsequent leg of your adventure.


Heigh Camp – Summit peak 6,119 meters then back to High camp 4,970meters/7-8 hours

Day 12 marks a pivotal and adventurous chapter on your adventure as you ascend from High Camp to summit the majestic Island Peak, at an elevation of 6,119 meters. The day’s day trip entails a difficult climb, requiring technical talents and backbone. As you navigate the glacier and climb the steep slopes, the feeling of achievement grows with every step.

Once you reach the summit, you are rewarded with breathtaking views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks, which include Ama Dablam, Makalu, Lhotse, and Nuptse. You can demonstrate your mountain climbing skills by carefully navigating the descent back to High Camp.

The entire journey, spanning about 7-8 hours, is a check of bodily and mental resilience, providing a feeling of triumph as you return to High Camp. Reflect on the notable success of summiting Island Peak and relish the breathtaking landscapes before descending to decreased altitudes, wearing the memories of this exhilarating adventure.


Lobuche High Camp to Dzongla 4,830 meters 6-7 hours walk

On Day 13, your trek leads you from the excessive altitudes of Lobuche High Camp to the serene destination of Dzongla, located at an elevation of 4,830 meters.

The about 6-7 hour trek traverses the various landscapes of the Khumbu location, with perspectives of glacial valleys and towering peaks. The descent from the high camp gives a welcome alleviation, and as you’re making your manner to Dzongla, the surroundings transform right into a tranquil alpine environment.

The trek gives moments of reflection and allows you to understand the beauty of the Himalayan terrain. Dzongla, nestled amidst the mountains, affords a peaceful place for a properly-deserved relaxation after the challenging summit of Island Peak. Take inside the breathtaking environment and revel in the precise attraction of this high-altitude hamlet before persevering with your trek via the coronary heart of the Khumbu region.


Dzong La – Chola Pass 5,420 meters to Dragnag 4,700 meters/ 6-7 hours

Day 14 unfolds as a difficult and exhilarating trek from Dzongla to Dragnag, with a significant ascent over the ambitious Chola Pass at an elevation of 5,420 meters. The day’s trek, spanning approximately 6-7 hours, needs resilience and staying power as you navigate steep and rocky terrain.

The ascent to Chola Pass rewards you with breathtaking panoramic views of the encircling peaks and glaciers. Descending from the pass, you enter the serene valley of Dragnag, situated at four,seven-hundred meters.

The trek encompasses numerous landscapes, from high mountain passes to glaciated valleys, presenting an immersive enjoyment of the Himalayan terrain.

Dragnag serves as a tranquil haven amidst the high-altitude landscapes, supplying a well-deserved relaxation before persevering with your journey via the coronary heart of the Khumbu area. Reflect on the demanding situations and triumphs of the day, surrounded by the majestic beauty of the Himalayas.


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

On Day 15, your trek resumes from Dragnag to the beautiful vacation spot of Gokyo, situated at an elevation of 4,790 meters. The about three-hour trek takes you through the breathtaking landscapes of the Khumbu area, with perspectives of glacial lakes and towering peaks.

The shorter length permits a greater comfortable tempo, supplying an opportunity to acclimatize and experience the scenic beauty of the environment. Upon accomplishing Gokyo, nestled beside the turquoise waters of Gokyo Lake, you’ll have the danger to relax and rejuvenate.

Gokyo is a picturesque village surrounded by snow-capped peaks, and the half-day rest lets you comprehend the tranquility of the area. Take within the spell-binding perspectives, discover the serene Gokyo Lakes, and relish the sense of achievement as you agree into this high-altitude Himalayan haven.


Gokyo Ri claim and overnight at Gokyo

Day 16 offers a memorable ascent of Gokyo Ri, one of the highest points within the vicinity, observed by using an overnight live in Gokyo. The day starts with an early morning climb to the summit of Gokyo Ri, which stands at an elevation better than 5,000 meters.

The ascent, although difficult, promises breathtaking panoramic perspectives of the encircling Himalayan peaks, inclusive of Cho Oyu, Everest, Lhotse, and Makalu, in addition to the enchanting Gokyo Lakes under.

The enjoyment is more advantageous via the sunrise, casting a golden glow on the towering summits. After relishing the awe-inspiring vistas, you descend again to Gokyo for a single-day stay. The day’s journey allows you to fully immerse yourself in the splendor of the Gokyo place, growing lasting reminiscences of your Himalayan journey.


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

On Day 17, your trek takes you from Gokyo to Lumde through the hard Renjo La Pass, at an elevation of 5,360 meters. The day’s adventure is a traumatic yet profitable adventure, lasting approximately 8-9 hours.

As you ascend toward Renjo La Pass, you may come upon steep and rocky terrain, navigating through excessive-altitude landscapes with beautiful perspectives of the encompassing peaks. Upon reaching the bypass, you will be treated to panoramic vistas that encompass the Everest and Rolwaling tiers, developing a memorable backdrop in your trek.

The descent from Renjo La Pass leads you to Lumde, situated at 4,380 meters, where you may rest and replicate the day’s accomplishments. The challenging nature of this trek provides a feeling of fulfillment.


Lumde - Marlung to Namche Bazaar 3,440meters/5-6hurs walk

Day 18 involves a trek from Lumde to Namche Bazaar via Marlung, supplying a diverse and scenic route via the Khumbu Region. The trek, lasting about 5-6 hours, takes you through picturesque landscapes, captivating villages, and scenic trails.

As you descend from the high altitudes, you’ll witness the changing scenery, with views of the mountains and valleys transforming along the way. Marlung, a small agreement, provides cultural richness to your adventure, permitting you to revel in the neighborhood’s way of life. The trail ultimately leads you back to Namche Bazaar, a bustling marketplace city nestled in the heart of the Himalayas.

Namche Bazaar offers an acquainted and welcoming atmosphere, and the day’s trek allows for reflection on the brilliant reports of your trekking adventure. Enjoy the colorful streets, have interaction with locals, and enjoy the comforts of Namche as you wind down from the difficult terrains of the beyond days.


Namche Bazaar to Lukla 2,850meters/5-6 hours walk

Day 19 marks the concluding leg of your trekking adventure as you trek from Namche Bazaar to Lukla. The 5-6 hour journey takes you through familiar trails, retracing the steps of your initial ascent. As you descend from the higher elevations, the panorama transitions from alpine terrain to the luxurious surroundings of the decreasing Khumbu Region.

Passing through fascinating villages, crossing suspension bridges, and playing scenic perspectives along the Dudh Koshi River, you are making your way in the direction of Lukla at an elevation of 2,850 meters. Lukla, the gateway to the Everest vicinity, welcomes you with a feeling of achievement and nostalgia.

Take this possibility to appreciate the landscapes that have grown to be familiar over the route of your trek and savor the recollections created during this brilliant Himalayan journey. Upon reaching Lukla, you may rejoice in the success of the entirety of your trek, surrounded by the warm temperature and hospitality of the area’s people.


Lukla to Ramechhap flight then drive to Kathmandu

On Day 20, your hiking journey concludes with a flight from Lukla to Ramechhap. The scenic flight gives one the ultimate possibility to recognize the breathtaking Himalayan vistas before landing in Ramechhap.

From Ramechhap, you will embark on a picturesque journey back to Kathmandu. The force permits you to witness the numerous landscapes of Nepal, from the mountainous terrain to the luxurious valleys, offering a special perspective of the USA.

Upon attaining Kathmandu, you can mirror the awesome adventure you’ve undertaken, from the bustling metropolis to the serene heights of the Everest Region.

Take the time to delight in the reminiscences, and proportionate testimonies of your trek, and admire the particular mixture of adventure and tradition that defines Nepal. Your go back to Kathmandu marks the end of an unforgettable expedition through the heart of the Himalayas.

what's included

  • International airport picks up and drops service
  • Kathmandu to Ramechhap by drive.
  • Kathmandu to Lukla by flight.
  • Lukla to Ramechhap by flight.
  • Ramechhap to Kathmandu by drive.
  • 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.
  • Climbing guide and all equipment for him.
  • License holder trekking 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 Garbage deposit).
  • 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 equipment.
  • Porter services.
  • Personal guide if requested.
  • Tips are expected.

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useful info


Lobuche Peak, towering at 6,119 meters above sea stage, is a part of the breathtaking Himalayan landscape in Nepal. Its elevation places several hiking peaks within Everest place, attracting climbers in search of a difficult but doable ascent.


Situated inside the Khumbu place, Lobuche Peak lies in the heart of the Himalayas, near the iconic Everest Base Camp. The trek to Lobuche gives beautiful perspectives of neighboring peaks like Nuptse, Lhotse, and, of course, the majestic Mount Everest, supplying a surely immersive Himalayan enjoyment.

Climbing Difficulty

Lobuche Peak is renowned for its challenging yet accessible hiking routes. It falls into the category of “trekking peaks,” making it suitable for climbers with previous excessive-altitude trekking revel and simple mountaineering talents. The ascent involves negotiating steep sections and doubtlessly icy terrain, demanding a stage of technical skill ability.


To attempt Lobuche Peak, climbers must achieve a hiking permit from the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). Additionally, trekkers taking part in the Everest Three Passes Trek, which often includes Lobuche Peak, need extra permits: the Sagarmatha National Park entry permit and the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality permit.

These let now not only make a contribution to conservation efforts but additionally ensure the protection and management of the hiking regions.

Best Time to Climb

The best times for Lobuche Peak climbing are all through the spring (April to May) and autumn (September to November). These seasons offer solid climate conditions with clear skies, facilitating more secure and extra fun climbs. Spring brings blooming rhododendrons and milder temperatures, while autumn presents crisp air and lovely views after the monsoon season.


What is Lobuche Peak, and where is it located?

Lobuche Peak is a mountain inside the Khumbu area of the Himalayas, Nepal. Standing at 6,119 meters (20,075 ft) above sea stage, it is a popular trekking peak near Everest Base Camp.

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