Everest High Pass Trekking offers you a technical and adventurous experience. In Everest Trekking Region of Nepal, there are many high passes and all most all of the passes are technical and adventurous. This trip starts and ends in Katmandu. This trekking can be tea house and camping both or can also be camping only as per the requirement and interest of our respected clients. Everest high pass trekking is more interested because it blends the typical Sherpa culture and history of the eastern part of Nepal. Solukhumbu district, gives a immense views of Everest Himalayan ranges and Everest National park and encountering with different wild animals while trekking.
Kangmala Pass situates at 5535m is also another attraction of Everest High Pass walking in Everest region, we go to cross this pass from Kangmala Base camp and it will take about 6 hours to go there and to arrive at Lobuche. In Everest high pass trekking, we will go to visit Everest Base camp and Gorakshep and both of these points are situated above 5000 m altitude and it is also like crossing the passes.
The name Chola is commonly taken and liked by adventure lovers because of its technicality and adventurous surrounding in Everest region in Nepal. Chola pass that situates in 5420m altitude adds another attraction of Everest High Passes Trekking. Kalapattar 5545m adds another high point and gives the real excitement while you are there.
Gokyo-renjo pass 5338m is another important pass and one of the technical but easy to handle passes gives the sense of being on top of the trekking point that you have ever done before elsewhere in the world. In totality, trekking to Everest region in Nepal is always exciting and different.
Day 01: We take morning flight from Kathmandu to Lukla.2700 m:
Fly to lukla (2700 m) from Kathmandu and trek to Phakding (2600m), 4 hrs and overnight in tented camp if you chose camping trek or/and live at one of the best available guest houses in Phakding if you choose tea house trekking program.
Day 02: Phakding trek to Namche Bazaar:
Phakding trek to Namche (3440m) 6 hrs and overnight in tea house. Namche is the best sighted place and most liked by tourists from all over the world. Namche unofficial capital of Solukhumbu district and established as an important mountain city in Nepal.
Day 03: Namche rest day (Day hike to Khumjung village):
Though it is rest day, it is better to hike up about six hours to Khumjung village to make your health condition better.
Day 04: Namche trek to Tengboche 3860 m:
It takes 5 hours to trek up to tengboche from Namche and Tengboche is situated at the height of 3860 m and is known as one of the best view points in the Everest region trekking.
Day 05: Tengboche trek to Dingboche 4300 m:
Dingboche is another attraction of Everest High Pass Trekking and one of the best breaking points in order to make our trekking wonderful and unforgettable. Some of the Himalayan views of Everest range can be viewed from here as well.
Day 06: Dingboche trek to Chhukung:
Chukung, though rarely heard and less known in the Everest region trekking to the trekkers but the place is very much interesting and scenic which makes trekkers to forget their tiredness that they have from six days walk, so the day is short trekking day that takes 3 hrs to arrive here from Dingboche overnight in tea house.
Day 07: Chhukung trek to Khangmala BC 5000 m:
Trekking to kangmala Base Camp is another excitement of Everest High Pass Trekking. It takes approximately 4 hrs to arrive Kangmala Base camp from Chukung
Day 08: Khangmala BC- Khangmala pass 5535 m & trek upto Lobuche 4930 m:
We start our trek from Kangmala Base camp to Kangmal La pass which is the first pass of Everest high pass trekking. In 6hrs approximately or in little more we can trek up to Kangmala Pass and trek back to Lobuche.
Day 09: From Lobuche trek to Everest Base camp (5400m) and to Gorekshep (5170m):
Today, we trek from Lobuche to trek to Everest Base Camp and we will trek to Gorekshep. Comparatively, this day is long trekking day and it takes 8-9 to complete the tenth day trekking. Visiting Everest Base Camp and Gorekshep is another attraction and it is one of the best known, visited, liked and loved places in Everest trekking region.
Day 10: Gorakshep (early morning trek to Kalapathar, 5545m) and trek to Dzongla:
Trekking to Kalapathar from Gorakshep takes about three hours and kalapathar is one of the important places that is considered not to be missed while you are in Everest high pass trekking from Adventure Zone Trekking & Expedition P.LTD. Trekking from Kalapathar to Dzongla takes 6 hrs and so it is all most 9 hours of trekking day.
Day 11: Dzongal -chola pass (5420m) trek to Dragnag:
On the twelfth day in our itinerary of Everest High Pass Trekking we will cross the Chola Pass which is situates at the height 5420 m and is known as one of the best known view pint.
Day 12: Dragnag trek to Gokyo:
Today is quite short day trekking compare to other trekking days because we need some rest also. We will trek to Gokyo today which takes about three and half hrs.
Day 13: Rest day at Gokyo (Hike to Gokyo RI), 4 hrs overnight in tents:
Rest day at Gokyo (Hike to Gokyo RI), 4 hrs overnight in tea house.
Day 14: Gokyo-renjo pass (5338m) trek Arye:
Gokyo-renjo pass which situates at the height of 538 m is one of the best liked pass in Everest trekking region.
Day 15: Arye trek to Glacier:
We trek for three hours today and trek around glaciers.
Day 16: Glacier trek to Thame:
6hrs approximate is our walking estimation for today and we will trek down to thame from glacier.
Day 17: Thame trek to Monzo.
Approximate is about 6 hours.
Day 18: Monzo trek to Lukla:
Approximate is about 5 hours.
Day 19: Lukla fly to Kathmandu: