Everest Three Peaks Climbing combines three great peaks including the highest trekking peak in Nepal Mera Peak 6476 meters, one of the most popular trekking peaks in the Khumbu region Island Peak (6189 meters) also known as (Imja Tse) and one of the most challenging trekking peak climbing Lobuche East peak (6119meters) trip to Everest region. Everest Three Peaks Climbing offers the best possible introduction to mountain climbing- we summit three beautiful 6,000m+ peaks that Visit Himalaya Treks carefully design the itinerary to acclimatize and to make challenging high pass Amphu Labtsa pass 5845 meters and the best possibilities to summit each peak.
The Everest Three Peaks Climbing trip is an ambitious (challenging) trip that combines trekking and Climbing. Therefore you should be very well trained and have some experience with mountaineering in high altitudes. Trekking requires a performance above the average relating to force and endurance. Especially the summit day will be long and exhausting. With respect to the technical alpine skills, you should have security in your steps and be free from giddiness. Even in bad weather, you should be able to walk safely on your own through difficult terrain like screes, rocks, and as well as on flat glaciers. Security in your steps means walking on exposed trails where a fall has fatal consequences. As you will sleep a few nights above the altitude of 4000 meters up to 5800 meters, very good health is required.
Mera Peak Climbing (6,476m)
Mera Peak, the highest trekking peak in Nepal comprises a non-technical route and is do-able for any avid climber who has strong determination and fitness level. It is the first peak among three peak climbing trails. Summit features an astounding view of Mount Cho Oyu, Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Makalu, Kanchenjunga, and several other peaks.
Island Peak Climbing (6,189m)
Island peak climbing is a moderately technical trekking peak among Everest's Three Climbing Peaks. The climbing route follows a series of scramble rocks, steep approaches, ice, ridge, and glaciers. Summit releases a great view of Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and surrounding peaks.
Lobuche East Peak Climbing (6,119m)
Accept the challenge of the toughest and most technical trekking peak at the end of the Everest Three Peak Climbing trip – Lobuche Peak Climbing. We ascend through the scramble of rocks and steep slopes full of technical sections. Although challenging, the summit exhibits a stunning view of the glistering mountains range of the Khumbu region including gigantic Mt.Cho Oyu, Pumori, Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Tabuche Peak, Chola Tse and several other peaks.
Why are Everest Three Peaks Climbing with Visit Himalaya Treks?
Visit Himalaya Treks put to experience a climbing guide and a strong team to make a successful ascend and grow your alpine climbing skill and arrange all the logistics for completion of the trail in comfort manner with high-quality gears. The Everest Three Peaks Climbing trip is one of the most challenging Peak climbing trekking Holidays in Nepal, Visit Himalaya Treks design the Everest Three Peaks Climbing trip itinerary very carefully giving maximum time to get acclimatize.
We Visit Himalaya Treks and provide an experience Climbing Guide who has summited Mera Peak, Island Peak, and Lobuche East Peak and a strong Supporter team. For such a challenging high trip it is very important to have the proper gear for the supporter’s team, like a Sleeping bag, Jacket, trousers, gloves, and shoes that are very important such a type of high altitude treks.
Everest Three Peaks Climbing Trip Short Itinerary:
Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu (1335 meters).
Day 02: Sightseeing and Trek Preparation.
Day 03: Fly to Lukla (2850 meters) and trek Paiya (Chutok 2730 meters).
Day 04: Trek to Pangkongma (2,846meters)
Day 05: Trek to Nashing Dingma (2,600m)
Day 06: Trek to Chalem Kharka (3,600m)
Day 07: Trek to Khola Kharka (4,200m)
Day 08: Acclimatization day at Khola Kharka.
Day 09: Trek to Khote (3,691m)
Day 10: Trek to Thangnak. (4356 meters)
Day 11: Trek to Khare. (5045 meters)
Day 12: Acclimatization day at Khare.
Day 13: Cross Mera La (5415 meters) and trek to Mera Base Camp. (5300 meters)
Day 14: Trek to Mera High Camp. (5780 meters)
Day 15: Climb Mera Peak (6467 meters) and trek to Khongma Ding. (4840 meters)
Day 16: Extra Day.
Day 17: Trek to Seto Pokhari. (5000 meters)
Day 18: Trek to Chamlang Base Camp. (5400 meters)
Day 19: Trek to Amphu Laptsa Base Camp. (5620 meters)
Day 20: Cross Amphu Laptsa (5800 meters) and trek to Chukkung Valley.
Day 21: Trek to Island Peak Base Camp. (4970 meters)
Day 22: Trek to Island Peak High Camp. (5350 meters)
Day 23: Climb Island Peak (6189 meters) and trek to Chhukung.
Day 24: Cross Khongma La (5535 meters) and trek to Lobuche. (4910 meters)
Day 25: Trek to Gorakshep. (5180 meters)
Day 26: Climb Kala Patter (5545 meters) and trek to Lobuche. (4900 meters)
Day 27: Trek to Lobuche East base camp. (5230 meters)
Day 28: Lobuche East Peak High Camp (5600 meters)
Day 29: Summit Lobuche East Peak (6119 meters)
Day 30: Extra Day.
Day 31: Trek to Thyangboche. (3860 meters)
Day 32: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3440 meters)
Day 33: Trek to Lukla. (2810 meters)
Day 34: Fly back to Kathmandu.
Day 35: Free day at Kathmandu.
Day 36: Departure.
A representative from Visit Himalaya Treks with the company’s display board will greet you outside the arrival terminal and transfer you to your Hotel.
A half day guided tour to several of historical and spiritual attractions enlisted under the World Heritage Sites. The trek leader will meet the group for a meeting and provide a detailed briefing on the trek. All the required information regarding the trek would be provided.
An early morning scenic flight to Lukla (35 minutes) is followed by a leisurely breakfast at Lukla. We meet up with our crew and after a brief introduction and a quick sorting of our daypack and the main bags, our adventure starts. The path goes into the opposite direction to those heading up the Everest trail. Descending and ascending trail lead us to Paiya village.
After breakfast our journey start pleasant walking crossing small river through the bamboos forest toward to Cross a ridgeline crossing Kari La Pass 3145 meters and descend to the Kharte and steadily climbing up hill lead us to Pangkongma stay at teahouse about 6 hours.
Walking through rhododendron and bamboo forest we reach Pangkongma La pass 3286 meters then descend, cross a rope bridge spanning the Hinku Khola and climb up to an excellent campsite at Nashing Dingma about 6 hours trek.
Altitude is Gaining gradually through pasture and lush greenery, Ascending steeps trail lead us top of Surke La Pass and continue walking through the beautiful rhododendron forest lead us Chalem Kharka.
The trail come forward from the last traces of rhododendron and the terrain becomes more rugged. You pass through high grazing country and cross a small pass to arrive at Khola Kharka about 5 hours trek.
Make side trip to Pangre Pokharai elevation of 5000 meters helps you well acclimatizing and back to Khola Kharka.
The trail contours high above the Hinku Valley until you make a series of steep descents through the rhododendron forest. At the end of the forest, another small settlement with couple of Teahouses marks the end of the day. The village also provides of the first glimpse of the Mera Peak. (6 hours)
The trek continues to move further into the valley following the river closely and passes through the yak pasturelands used in the summer. The trail continuously and gradually keeps ascending and passes a spiritual cave monastery on the way. The ascent finally ends at Thangnak. There are few hikes available around afternoon that will further more enhance the process of acclimatization. The hikes also provide views of the Kusum Kanguru (6367 meters), Kyashar (6,769 meters), Mera La and other peaks of the Hinku Valley. (5 hours)
The trek now travels on a rocky trail and keeps ascending towards Mera Peak. After a good climb in the morning the trail reaches the grassy areas of Dig Kharka, another yak pastureland. Once again, the trail ascends into the higher elevation and finally ending at the last settlement of the trek, Khare. (4 hours)
The day will be used to get into the glacier and acclimatize to the higher altitude. Also, the climbing guide will provide a brief training on climbing and also will introduce all the gears going to be used during the climb. The training is to introduce you to the basics of mountaineering and also for to build up your confidence, so that you can enjoy the climb.
The day will be another day full of ascending but this time, it is on the glacier. In the morning after a good hour or so of climbing, the trail passes by a small teashop, the final teashop before the summit of Mera Peak (6654 meters). A gradual walk finally on an easier slope through the glacier follows after a steep ascent. The slope continues until the Mera La and the trail will drop a bit to reach the campsite. (5 hours)
A return to the Mera La is followed by another ascent that only ends at the High Camp. The High Camp lies next to a huge rock and offers stunning views of several mountains of the Khumbu region, including views of Makalu (8485 meters), Kanchenjunga (8586 meters) and Everest (8848 meters) being the highest ones. (5 hours)
The push for the summit starts very early in the morning, mostly it starts before 3 a.m. in the morning. The climbing guide will fix all the safety lines wherever necessary and will be close taking care of you. A steep long ascent finally ends at the top and after a short stay at the top to enjoy the panorama of mountains; we head back to Mera La and descend further more towards Khongma Ding. (8-10 hours)
This spare day can be used in case of bad weather on the day of the summit attempt. This day can also be used as an extra day for acclimatization.
The trek to Seto Pokhari is quite a comfortable trail with Chamlang and Baruntse visible for most of the day. The trail stays almost flat and quietly gains altitude of a couple of hundred meters at the end of the day at Seto Pokhari. (6 hours)
The trek continues to climb further into the valley, one of the most remote places in the country. Only fellow trekkers trying to experience the wilderness can be met in this part of the trek. The day is relatively a short day because of the altitude as the day ends at Chamlang Base Camp. (3 hours)
Another short day trek ends the day at Amphu Laptsa Base Camp. A good rest is a must as the trek crosses one of the most technical pass in the following day. (4 hours)
The trail climbs through huge sections of rocks and ices and only ends at the top. A steep drop from the top leads into the Chukkung valley. The day ends in the valley as we camp on a flatland at the bottom of the pass. (8-9 hours)
The trek starts to descend down in the valley and after ascending to valley of Island Peak Base Camp about 3 hours trek
The trek again gains a good couple of hundred meters getting higher and closer to Island Peak finally reaches the Island Peak High Camp. (3 hours)
The push for the summit starts very early in the morning, mostly it starts before 3 a.m. in the morning. The climbing guide will fix all the safety lines wherever necessary and will be close taking care of you. A steep long ascent finally ends at the top and after a short stay at the top to enjoy the panorama of mountains; we head back to Chukkung. (8-10 hours)
An early morning start is a must on days crossing a high pass. The day starts with a brief gradual descend and then a long steep ascent until top of the of the pass follows. A brief stop at the top to enjoy all the surrounding mountains of the valleys left behind is followed by a steep drop, which only ends at Lobuche. (7-8 hours)
An early start leads us into the undulating trail and into the Khumbu Glacier for a while. After getting out of the glacier, the path leads to Gorakhshep (5180 meters). After a brief stop and lunch, the trail again enters the Khumbu Glacier and undulates all the way up to Everest Base Camp. At Base Camp, one can enjoy the close up views of Nuptse (7861 meters), Pumori (7165 meters), Lingtren (6749 meters), Khumbutse (6665 meters), Changtse (7653 meters) and Lho La (6026 meters). We return to Gorakhshep through the same route on the glacier. (6-7 hours)
A steep climb to Kala Pattar (2 hours) is rewarded with the proper view of the southwest face of Everest. Kala Pattar is also the highest point of the trek. After returning to Gorakhshep, we return to Lobuche via same route. (3 hours)
After a comfortable walk in the morning, the trail leaves the traditional Everest trail and leads to a gradual ascent. The path drops briefly into a valley and is followed by a final climb toward Labuche East base camp (5230 meters)
Trek to Lobuche East High Camp Now the real challenge of Lobuche East Peak Climbing begins to unfold. However, our expert Sherpa guides will guide you to the High camp, which stretches on a rocky trail catering one of the finest views of the glaciers takes us about 4 hours stay overnight at Camp.
Summit Lobuche East and trek back to High Camp The big day has finally arrived. Our experienced Sherpa Climbers (guides) lead the adventure fixing ropes to the summit. Enjoy the expedition to Lobuche EAST Summit. We chase the sheer snow ridge to the summit ridge. Then we climb up north-west towards the main summit traversing several small snow bumps and reach a notch. The final push is also a steep ascent along challenging snow slopes to the true summit. From the summit of Lobuche EAST we see the beautiful views several Himalayan peaks including Everest. Then slide down to the Base Camp of Labuche East stay overnight at Camp.
This spare day can be used in case of bad weather on the day of the summit attempt. This day can also be used as an extra day for acclimatization.
The day starts with the trail descending down to the valley passing Pheriche on the way and a brief climb afterwards leads to the village of Hortse. After Hortse, the trek continues popular Everest base camp trail end at Thyangboche. (7-8 hours)
Staying on the busy Everest trail, the trek heads towards Namche via Kyangjuma . On the way down from Namche Bazaar.Namche Bazaar is beautiful sherpa town known by gate way of mount Everest and Khumbu Valley stay overnight at Namche Bazaar.
We trek back to Lukla via same route taken before and end the trek at Lukla. We also bid farewell to our support crew and formally end their trek for them as well. (6-7 hours)
A 30 minute flight to Kathmandu and free day at Kathmandu.
A leisure day in Kathmandu. (This is also spare day in case of cancellation of flights)
A representative from Visit Himalaya Treks Pvt. Ltd. will check your flight tickets and transfer you to the airport before two hours from your flight with a hope of seeing you again in the future.
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