For those needing the vibe of nature's warm embrace, the Everest Three High Pass Trek is a definitive circuit of enterprise in the Everest Region. The Everest Three High Pass trek not just gives you the distinctive feel from whatever another trekking course, however, triples the excitement with the course crossing three of Nepal's most astounding trekking passes all over 5,300m.
The Everest Three High Pass trek presents you with radiant, all-encompassing perspectives of a portion of the world's most noteworthy mountain vistas. This charming trek drives you to the ideal spot for drenching up the serenity of Gokyo's consecrated lakes alongside the lifetime chance of submerging in Buddhist culture and getting a charge out of Sherpa accommodation.
The Everest Three High Pass trek starts with the stunning mountain flight from Kathmandu to Lukla airstrip remunerating with the grand scene of the tall mass of the snow-topped vistas which appear to have gotten from a fiction motion picture and put there only for you to watch. The trek breaks its way into the door of the Everest Base Camp, Namche Bazar through the trek of Monjo. Namche Bazaar is a definitive trekkers' hotel of the Everest Region which itself is a captivating settlement of the local individuals liquefying the trekkers’ hearts with the appealing perspective of the world's most noteworthy pinnacle Mount Everest. Immediately the course trails towards the blessed cloister of Tyangboche.
Tyangboche is a Buddhist religious community settling over an enormous shake and continually sparkling from the white light producing mountain vistas. This trail proceeds towards Dobuche at last steering towards Dingboche. Here from Dingboche, we move along another sheer rough course to Chhukung Ri.
Momentarily, we are awestruck by Lhotse, the fourth most astounding top on the planet. Strolling straight on with this testing course we cross our first pass Kongma La at 5,535m. The top of the pass is trimmed with supplication banners and the stunning perspective of pinnacles and ice sheets including Lobuche. The trail drops to the Khumbu ice sheet, which we cross, plotting our course through the moraines to Lobuche.
Consequently, we trek towards the Everest Base Camp trailing towards Gokarshep and rising towards the Kalapatthar with the unconstrained perspective of the dark pyramid of Everest. The trek the proceeds towards Cho La Pass (5,330m) as we cross a little ice sheet that is typically canvassed in the snow is sensibly clear as we proceed with the climb to Cho La's summit.
At the highest point of the pass watching the Nagjumba Glacier, we slide adjacent to a stream that drives us to the blessed waters of the Gokyo Lake where Gokyo town, a little settlement, lies on its shores. As we leave the town of Gokyo, the trail slants with the ground surface swinging to sheer and shake making the way to the leader of our last pass, Renjo La (5,345m), urgent.
Finishing up this extreme trek, we make a trip back to Lukla through the course of Monjo and then again back to Kathmandu through the terrific mountain flight. The Everest Three High Pass trek is certain to be associated with ever by each trekker who strolls on this trail.
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After our landing in the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu, a Info Trekking Nepal staff will lift us up from the aeroplane terminal and take us to our lodging. We can take rest and later visit the organization office in Thamel, a mainstream visitor centre point. Be that as it may, there will be an appreciated supper at night where we get the chance to encounter brilliant Nepalese cooking.
All treks to Everest start from Luka where we will be travelling to at a young hour in the morning, directly after breakfast. The flight will be an intriguing one since we will be flying in the midst of the fabulous Himalayas in a Twin Otter plane. We start our short trek to Phakding promptly subsequent to landing. At one hour's slow plummet, we will be at a Cheplung town from where we have a look at Mt. Khumbila (18900ft), a hallowed mountain which has never been climbed. From Cheplung, we keep plummeting to Phakding and spend the night.
We start our trek on tough and downhill trails with various intersections over Dudh Koshi River and a grand perspective of Mt. Thamserku (21,675ft) from the Benkar town. We cross more scaffolds and achieve the passage of Sagarmatha National Park at Monjo, where our trekking licenses are checked. We walk besides and go through Jorsale town before achieving Namche Bazaar. From here, we get wonderful perspectives of the Himalayas including Everest, Lhotse, Tawache and others. Overnight in Namche Bazaar.
This is the first of the three booked rest days which will enable us to adapt to the high height. Since specialists trust that it is smarter to remain dynamic notwithstanding amid rest days for better trekking knowledge we will spend the day getting a charge out of little climbs in and around Namche Bazaar. We climb up to Everest View Hotel to appreciate commendable perspectives of the Himalayan vista. On our way back to Namche we likewise visit the Khumjung Monastery (houses a sasquatch scalp!) and Hillary School. Our guide can likewise take us to the Tourist Visitor Center close to the headquarter of the Sagarmatha National Park where we can watch a variety of things identified with the main Everest ascenders, Sherpa culture and find out about the different plant and creature life in the Everest locale. Overnight in Namche Bazaar.
We start the present trek on a simple trail to Phunki Thanga. From here we climb towards Tengboche town which is home to the biggest religious community in the Everest area. The religious community is situated inside the Sagarmatha National Park and gives all encompassing perspectives of the most noteworthy mountains on earth including Everest, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Nuptse and Lhotse. We endeavor to achieve the cloister by 3:00 toward the evening and may even have the capacity to witness a religious Buddhist function. Overnight in Tengboche
We start the present trek by strolling downhill and go through lavish backwoods loaded with birch, conifers and rhododendron trees. We proceed with our trek with perspectives of Mt. Everest, Lhotse and Ama Dablam to stay with us. The pleasant trail plunges down to Debuche, crosses the Imja River and takes us to Pangboche. While strolling the upper Pangboche trails, we get a more perfect perspective of the Himalayas and Pangboche Monastery. We advance towards the Imja Valley, Lobuche River and at last ascend to Dingboche. The town is a lovely breezy settlement ignored by chortens and supplication banners. Overnight in Dingboche.
Dingboche is a famous stop for trekkers and climbers went to Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam or Imja Tse. The town is lovely with a variety of fields encased by stone dividers to secure grain, buckwheat and potatoes from the cool breeze and munching creatures. We acclimatize at Dingboche for the day.
Our trail goes through stone-walled fields and Imja Khola valley before entering ice sheet moraines in the midst of towering Himalayas. The trail proceeds to Bibre which is a yak herder put. From here, specifically over the valley is the fabulous Ama Dablam and the Amphu Labsa mountains. The trail ahead is met by frosty streams. We proceed with our stroll for around thirty minutes and achieve Chhukung. After lunch, we start our trek towards Chhukung Ri. The move to Chhukung Ri includes some simple scrambling close to the summit. From the best, we can look specifically over the valley for a phenomenal perspective of Ama Dablam and Amphu Labcha tops. We plummet back to Chhukung to spend the night.
We start the present trek at a young hour in the morning to achieve the most noteworthy piece of the whole excursion which is Kongma La pass. We can either take a trail over a slope which is toward the northwest of Chhukung over the Nuptse Glacier moraines or we can stroll back to Bibre and trek on the trail over the Niyang Khola. The highest point of the pass is set apart by cairns and Buddhist petition banners. The last plummet from the pass is the most troublesome piece of the present voyage. We walk through the Khumbu Glacier to reach Lobuche. Overnight at Lobuche. Note:Trekking through Kongma La is discretionary. On the off chance that we would prefer not to handle the strenuous Kongma La pass today and need to go straightforwardly to Lobuche from Chhukung, we can do that as well.
Our trail moves along the parallel moraine of the Khumbu Glacier. Ahead on the trail we see the peak of the north edge of Everest alongside Pumori, Mahalangur, Lingtern, Khumbutse, Nuptse and different mountains. A little climb takes us to Thangma Riju. From here we respect all encompassing perspectives of the Himalayan vista. We rise on a precarious trail up to the highest point of Changri Glacier. As we achieve Gorak Shep, we are encompassed by the Himalayas. In the wake of resting for a brief timeframe, we keep on Everest Base Camp. We go through rough rises, moraines and streams before achieving the base camp of the world's tallest mountain, Everest. From here we respect Nuptse, Khumbuste and Pumori mountains. We trail back to Gorak Shep as we will spend the night there. On the other hand, we can visit Kala Patthar today rather than the following day the same number of trust that the dusk see from Kala Patthar is more dazzling than the dawn see.
We begin our trek to Kala Patthar at a young hour in the morning with a specific end goal to get exceptional perspectives of the primary light of the sun sparkling on Mt. Everest. Be that as it may, we should be set up for trekking oblivious and cool temperature (the temperature shifts as indicated by the season). Besides, there is dependably a possibility for cold winds which are very normal. As we proceed with our trek, natural pinnacles, for example, Lingtren, Khumbutse, Changtse, Everest and Nuptse tower above us. Following a few hours of rising, we will be on the highest point of Kala Patthar. The nearby perspective of Mt. Everest and other Himalayan tops from Kalapathar is astounding. We appreciate the staggering Himalayan vista and slip to Lobuche where we remain the night. Those members who will visit Everest Base Camp today will have an early breakfast to begin ahead of schedule as Everest base camp climb takes longer than the climb to Kala Patthar. In the wake of coming back to Gorak Shep, both the gatherings will eat together.
From Lobuche we trek downhill on a trail close by the Khumbu Glacier. Our trail parts into two and we pick the trail to our right side. In transit we can better respect the perspective of the approaching Awi Peak. We go through a stupa and headstones out there. Subsequent to strolling for some time we start to climb. Amid the rising, we see Chola Tsho Lake close-by. We proceed with further and pass another lake which is part littler than the Chola Tsho Lake. We cross the Chola Khola on an extension before achieving Dzongla. Overnight in Dzongla.
As we pick up stature, the Cho La Lake starts to show up and the Ama Dablam directs a scope of mountains on the south and Cholatse takes off on the west. Climbing the slope is difficult; it is steep, yet exacerbated by rocks over some of which we should scramble. The last move to the Cho La can be somewhat precarious as the trail bends cycle a precipice. The highest point of the pass is set apart by supplication banners and cairns. View of superb crests on all headings is amazing. Albeit long, the way driving down to Thangnak is not troublesome. Our trail conveys us to the edge of the Ngozumpa icy mass, which is the longest ice sheet in Nepal. Achieving the opposite side of the icy mass, we see the second Gokyo Lake on the arrangement of six lakes. A short separation away is the third Gokyo Lake. On the edge of this lake stands the Gokyo Village where we spend the night.
We climb Gokyo Ri today and appreciate perspectives of the amazing mountain vista. We can likewise visit the fourth Gokyo Lake today which is just 3km north of the Gokyo Village. Next, keep trekking to the fifth lake. The view from 'Fraud's Viewpoint', situated at the edge of the fifth lake, is shocking. Cho-Oyu, Gyachung Kang, Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Makulu mountains and the enormous Ngozumba Glacier are our own to appreciate. We trek back to Gokyo and spend the night.
We begin the day at a young hour in the morning to finish the difficult day's trek ahead. Our trail moves close by Dudh Pokhari (lake) for some time. We stroll for around two hours before diving towards the Renjo La pass. In transit we are remunerated with excessive perspectives of the Himalayan and Rolwaling reaches and others. Perspectives from the Renjo La pass are much similar to that from Gokyo Ri with the third Gokyo Lake and Gokyo Village underneath the dim spread of the Ngozumpa Glacier. We likewise get exceptional perspectives of Mt. Everest from the highest point of the pass. Proceeding from the pass, our trail winds down a stone staircase and after that moves over a free scree to achieve the south bank of Angladumba Tsho Lake. The presence of ice on the trail while plunging down can make our drop somewhat dangerous. En route we see Relama Tsho and Renjo Lake. We stroll down a tight valley obstructed with goliath stones to Lumde where there is a help stop, yet it is regularly shut. We walk nearly for a hour from Lumde to get to Marlung on the east bank of the Bhote Koshi River. Overnight at Marlung.
The plummet from Marulung to Thame takes after a conventional course utilized for quite a long time by the Tibetan dealers. We cross the Bhote Koshi River and drop to Taranga. The trail keeps on plummeting and we cross two extensions before achieving Thame. Sitting above Thame is its acclaimed Gompa arranged on a slope toward the west. From here, we dive bit by bit on a trail that goes through a couple of little towns before achieving Namche Bazaar which is likely the greatest town in the Everest district. Overnight in Namche Bazaar.
We start our trek with a plummet. As we proceed with our trek, we traverse the quick streaming Dudh Koshi River and its tributaries. Presently the trail has turned out to be more level and regular. On our trek, we appreciate strolling on open fields, through rhododendron and pine woodlands and appreciate far off perspectives of the snow secured crests. We stroll through Sherpa towns seeing their noteworthy confidence in Buddhism and the way of life of petition stones and supplication banners. In the wake of achieving Lukla, we extend those sore legs and review the encounters of the most recent few weeks. Our long trek to the mountain and its high passes closes today. Overnight in Lukla.
The flights to Kathmandu are typically booked for morning for security purposes. Subsequent to achieving the capital city, we have whatever is left of the day away from work to past the time however we see fit. We could take a rest in our inn room or shop for keepsakes for our friends and family. At night, there will be a goodbye supper to commend the fruitful consummation of your trip to the mountains. Overnight in Kathmandu.
Our astounding excursion in the Everest district including that to the base camp of Mt. Everest and intersection high passes arrives at an end today. An organization agent will lift you up from you lodging and drop you off at the air terminal 3 hours before our planned flight.
We took a three passes trek with my friends in Everest region and it was amazing. Kubindra was very helpful with explaining all issues connected with altitude. He is a very professional guide with great experience and knowledge.
Review By: Maja Lindner
Address: Warsaw, Poland
Professional guides and strict safety rules
9th Apr, 2022
Hello, this is Oscar.
I'm a backpacker. who enjoys taking trips abroad, particularly mountain mountaineering. In a similar vein, I wanted to visit Nepal in the hope that one day I would definitely succeed in climbing Everest.
So, with the assistance of Mr. Kubindra of Info Trekking Nepal, I took the decision to travel to Nepal in 2019. I contacted Kubindra through Info Trekking Nepal's Instagram page and found him there. We spoke on WhatsApp for hours about my never-ending questions.
But he never broached the subject of my nags with me. He used to answer with great speed and delicacy. I told him that I wanted to climb Everest, and he suggested that I start with the three passes for beginners before moving on to some peaks and, ultimately, Everest. He responded in a calm, thoughtful manner.
I used InfoTrekking Nepal for my Everest three-high pass trip. It was my favorite experience. I'll very certainly go back with them, and I heartily urge you to do the same.
14th Sep, 2019
What could be more thrilling than hiking in the Everest region and enjoying a breathtaking view of the highest peak in the world? Yes! I've recently had the most exciting adventure of my life with Info Trekking Nepal.
I participated in Info Trekking Nepal's Everest Three High Pass Trek, which is a thrilling experience. I've been going on hikes all over the place for a while, and this time I decided to go to the Everest region.
I've been to Nepal several times, and this summer I was looking for a change, so I switched travel agencies and, on the advice of my cousin, discovered Info Trekking Nepal. I'd want to say that it was the best trek, in fact. Thank you, Kubindra, and your team for this wonderful experience.
10th Feb, 2022
Great team and Great people!!
With Info Trekking Nepal, the Everest Three High Pass Trek was incredible. The route was ideal, and the trip was expertly arranged with all the necessary safety equipment. Even the altitude sickness wasn't much of a problem for us during the trip.
I was enthralled by the trek and admired their work. As I said, the team was excellent and the personnel was quite knowledgeable. On my upcoming journey, I'll be back with you guys again.
20th Feb, 2022
We all did it, after all. Along with a few students, I traveled to Nepal for the Everest Three High Pass Trek. What a success that was, and Info Trekking Nepal's enormous support was the key to it. Kubindra and his colleagues deserve a standing ovation for their professionalism.
Despite how reluctant I was to entrust my students to anyone in a distant country, I did it. Perhaps it was only possible because of Kubindra's unwavering assistance and attention to every person. Without you, we couldn't have made it.
Info Trekking Nepal is the best travel companion for any kind of doubt you may have regarding your trip. I'd like to recommend it to you and your family as well.
22nd May, 2022