Everest High (Three) Passes Trek
Challenging Trek with Three High Passes of Everest Region
- Experience the real life of the Sherpas and visit Tengboche Monastery
- Discover the flora and fauna of the Sagarmatha National Park
- Cross the Renjo La pass (5435), Cho La pass (5420m) and Kongma La pass (5535m)
- Visit Everest Base Camp, Kala Pattar, Gokyo Lakes & Gokyo Ri
The Everest (Three) High Passes Trek is suitable for physically fit adventure seekers. You will visit Thame village, the birthplace of the famous mountaineer Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, who reached on the top of the world’s highest mountain, Everest, together with Edmund Hillary on 29 May 1953.
During the Everest (Three) High Passes Trek you will cross the main passes of Renjo La (5340m), Cho La (5420m) and Kongma La (5210m). In addition to making these high crossings, we will also hike up the three very famous viewpoints of Gokyo Ri (5360m), Kala Pattar (5560m) and Chhukung Ri (5560m). Our route will include a trip to Everest Base Camp (5380m) and explore the tumbling Khumbu Glacier. The more challenging high alpine pass of the Amphu Laptsa pass (5845m) will also be attempted if conditions permit. Although primarily a high mountain experience, the trek also offers insights into the Sherpa culture, and the varied biodiversity of the flora and fauna. It is not unusual to see the national bird of Nepal, the Danfe, snowcocks and the Himalayan Monal (pheasant). Watch for the fleet-of-foot blue sheep, musk deer and Himalayan Tahr. Other major highlights of nature are the juniper, rhododendron flowers, medicinal plants, beautiful lakes and cool, cascading rivers.
Everest High (Three) Passes Trek Outline Itinerary
Day 01: Arrival day in Kathmandu (1350m/4428ft) Day 02: Cultural Tour / Preparation for the trek Day 03: Fly to Lukla and Trek to Phakding, 35 minute Trans Himalayan flight Day 04: Trek to Namche (3440m/11283ft) Day 05: Namche Bazaar-Acclimatize Day Day 06: Trek to Thame(3800m) Day 07: Trek to Lumde, (4137m) Day 08: Trek to Gokya via Ranjo la Pass (5465m/17,929ft) Day 09: Trek to Thaknak (4750m/15580ft) Day 10: Trek to Zungla via Chola pass(5367m/17604ft) Day 11: Trek to Gorekshep,(5,160m/16,929ft) Day 12: Hike up to the Base Camp,(5,357m/17,575ft) Day 13: Hike up to Kalapatthar and trek to Lobuche(5545m) Day 14: Trek to Chukung via Kongma la pass(4,730m/15,518ft) Day 15: Trek to Tengboche(3,867m/12684ft) Day 16: Trek to Namche Day 17: Trek to Lukla Day 18: Fly to Kathmandu Day 19: Rest and exploration day in Kathmandu Day 20: Departure day
The above itineraries are subject to change due to condition beyond our control. This is a Guide line showing tentative camp night stops. Physical, technical and natural condition may change this above itineraries.
Everest High (Three) Passes Trek Cost
The above trekking Itinerary is a guideline and standard pattern. This trek can be modified according to your time and requirements. Cost & Departures Dates will change according to your NEED, GROUP SIZE and TIME. The trek Itinerary may be changed after understanding by both agency and client. Additional activities could be added or reduce as per client's request before confirming the trip. Price for reduced hiking activities could be deducted and additional activities could be added as per mutual understanding. The Trekking Cost also affect the number of guides and porters. For these reasons the same trek can be HIGHER and LOWER Price. We offer you the best price guaranteed for Everest High Passes Trek.
Everest High (Three) Passes TrekCost Includes
Standard Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu on a twin share bed- and- breakfast. Ample welcome dinner with cultural program. Guided city tour (Half Day) with world heritage entrance permit. All Domestic flights and airport tax. Transportation to and from the starting and ending points of the Everest High Passes Trek as applicable. Full board meals while Everest High ThreePasses Trek. Accommodation at clean and comfortable tea house or lodge while on Everest High Three Passes Trek. Insurance of all staff including porters for Everest High three Passes Trek. Portable Altitude Chamber (PAC) / Gamow Bag along with the First Aid Kit. Professional & highly expertise local Everest High three Passes Trek group leader. Porters to carry all personal gear and group gears while on Everest High three Passes Trek. Warm clothing and other required Everest trekking gear for porters like jacket /trousers, trekking shoes, gloves, shocks, sun glasses etc. TIMS Everest three high Passes Trek Permit, Everest National Park entry fees for Everest High Passes Trek.
Everest High (Three) Passes TrekCost Excludes
Bar bills (Coke, mineral water, hard or soft drinks) Personal expenses Donation or tips Emergency evacuation for the Rescue. Personal equipment and Medical kid box
Everest High (Three) Passes Trek Fixed Departures Spring/Autumn 2016/2019
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|March, 01, 2021 - March, 20, 2021||Available||Inquiry|
|March, 15, 2021 - April, 05, 2021||Available||Inquiry|
|March, 25, 2021 - April, 15, 2021||Available||Inquiry|
|April, 03, 2021 - April, 24, 2021||Available||Inquiry|
|April, 13, 2021 - May, 03, 2021||Available||Inquiry|
|April, 23, 2021 - May, 12, 2021||Available||Inquiry|
|May, 04, 2021 - May, 25, 2021||Available||Inquiry|
|September ,07, 2016 - September, 24,2016||Available||Inquiry|
|September, 21, 2016 - October, 12, 2016||Available||Inquiry|
|September, 30, 2016 - October, 20, 2016||Available||Inquiry|
|October, 05, 2016 - October, 22, 2016||Available||Inquiry|
|October, 12, 2016 - October, 01, 2016||Available||Inquiry|
|October, 20, 2016 - October, 10, 2016||Available||Inquiry|
|November, 01, 2016 - November, 21, 2016||Available||Inquiry|
|November, 12, 2016 - December, 03, 2016||Available||Inquiry|
|November, 16, 2016 - December, 7, 2016||Available||Inquiry|
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Types of Trekking
Lodge Tea House Trek
Also known as lodge trekking is a relatively cheap way of trekking in where meals and accommodation are provided in a teahouse. In Nepal, it is quite popular to trekking along the many trails, stopping each night to eat and sleep at a local Tea House. Meals depend on the menu at the tea house, usually the simple basic meals of the local people. Although many tea houses and hotels in the hills and mountains are reasonably comfortable, some may be dirty and, in areas where chimneys are rare, rooms may be smoky.
It's a great way to connect with some of the local culture and definitely suits trekkers not wanting to carry back-crushing rucksacks. The standard of lodgings can vary from very similar to a hotel, to something far more rustic.
Camping Organized Trek
The classic style of trekking in Nepal and can be conducted almost anywhere in the country. Camping trekking is fully organized and supported with a team of guides, cooks, sherpas and porters to accompany you.
All the necessary trekking gears; food, fuel and other goods are carried by the porters. The cook will prepare all the meals during the camping trek. Trekkers need to carry only a small bag as required for the day. At night, tents for dining, sleeping and ablution are provided and set up. Mattresses, sleeping bags, tables and seating are arranged by staff. A Sirdar (chief guide) is employed to pre-arrange and then to oversee the entire program. All land transportation, local permits, taxes, porter insurance, port dues and entrance fees to National Parks or sites constituting an integral part of the trip are arranged.
Prepare for Trekking & Hiking
The best seasons for trekking are either side of the monsoon season, March-June and September-November. During this time the weather is generally fine and the skies clear. It is possible to trek out of season, but expect lots of rain (and leeches) during the monsoon and severe cold and closed passes during the winter months. See also the Nepal climate section.
Experience & Fitness:
there are treks suitable for a wide range of experience and physical fitness, for age 5 to 85. An easy teahouse trek with Nepali support (guide/porter) is quite attainable for anyone who is reasonably walking fit - if you can walk for a few hours each day for a week and are not averse to the occasional (frequent!) hill climb then you can trek in Nepal. Longer treks, crossing high passes and into remote regions do tend to demand a higher degree of endurance. For Trekking Peaks it is usually desirable but not necessarily essential to have some alpine climbing experience.
the main essentials are sturdy and comfortable hiking boot, a sleeping bag and a few clothes (be prepared for a range of weather). It is best to travel light, take only what you need and leave the rest behind. If you have the services of a porter then you will need a day-pack for your essentials and the rest goes in a kit-bag or duffel to be conveyed to your next stop. It is possible to buy everything in Kathmandu and Pokhara but it is all copies.
Permits and TIMS:
Trekking permits" are not required for the main teahouse treks. Recent rule brought in by the Trekking Associations in Nepal require that all trekkers register with TIMS ("Trekking Information Management System"), this can be done via official trekking agencies or the Nepal Tourism Board. Trekking to remote areas and climbing the designated "Trekking peaks" require extra permits, these are generally obtained by the agent/guide who will be arranging your trek.
Rescue & Insurance
Before the departure check that your insurance covers trekking activities and the conditions. It would be very costly to pay a helicopter rescue at 5000 meters.
a significant risk when trekking on any trails above about 2500m. Be familiar with the symptoms and do not ignore them. If you keep to a conservative ascent schedule and drink plenty of fluids then most people can acclimatise. If you or anyone in your party begins to experience symptoms of AMS then do not ascent, and if they do not improve then descent to a lower altitude is to only option to consider.
The streams should be considered polluted and whilst bottled water is often available the disposal of plastic bottles is a problem. Have some means to purify water, iodine and/or a fine ceramic filter are the best options.
Responsible trekkingTrek legally. If you trek independently, you are not allowed to take any staff yourself by law. You need for this a Trekking Agency, the sole authorized to employ staff for foreign trekkers. Do not hire staff through hotels, "independend guides" unless they have a Trekking Agent licence or offer this services through an affliliated Trekking Agent. Please make sure you pack out all of your trash, including bottles and cans from goods consumed in restaurants. Bring the trash to the nearest truck-accessible road for the most proper disposal available. Trekkers are also asked to refrain from relying on bottled water, since there is nowhere to dispose of the used bottles. Filtering or treating your water will reduce the amount of trash left behind in this fragile environment. Iodine pills are a cheap, lightweight solution. Take the time to look at the pollution and lack of trash management all around you, from the trash-clogged rivers in the cities to the mounds of discarded beer bottles in the mountain villages. This is a country struggling with its rapid Westernization and hasn't yet figured out how to dispose of its waste. Don't contribute to the problem any more than necessary! After your trek you can give your clothes to the porters' clothing bank which is managed by the KEEP association. This bank is located in Thamel at Kathmandu and provides clothes to the trekking porters.
Trek Cost Starts From
Per PersonUSD 1,890.00
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