Everest Three Passes Trek

Everest Three Passes Trek is regarded as the most adventurous excursion in the Everest region. Three high passes include Kongma La pass, Cho La pass, and the Renjo La Pass. It is a challenging, technical and demanding trip, but the sceneries of the alpine region, snowy mountains, glaciers, Lakes and the abundant Sherpa cultural versatilities.

Three Passes Trek leads you to the higher passes and Nepal Hiking Trek arranges all the required things. We are very much aware to provide the perfect services on this trip with fully equipped medical kit and oxygen, warm drinks, excellent assistance and all other things of the trip.

Everest Three Passes Trek Embarking from the tiny airstrip of Lukla, the trek goes through the Sherpa settlements that are really incredible to see. The excursion in the Sagarmatha National Park begins from Jorsalle and reaches to the Namche Bazaar. You can enjoy the mountain Buddhist culture, gompas and traditional Sherpa villages. Then you also explore the Khumjung village and walk further to the Chhukung and cross the Kongma La Pass. It is the highest pass among the three. Then you combine the Everest base camp and Kalapatthar in the trip. Crossing the Chola Pass is regarded as the most technical cross.

Gokyo valley is another surprising destination during the high passes trek in Everest. Hiking to the Gokyo Ri and taking pictures of the fabulous mountains. The views of the Glacial Lakes are stunning. Crossing the Renjola pass is still challenging. Then you trek down to Lukla via Namche Bazaar.

Moving through the Sherpa communities, you will find the Everest high passes trekking, be prepared to arrest the breathtaking peaks like Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Thamserku, Ama Dablam, and the surrounding peaks. The diverse wildlife as the Himalayan Thar, musk deer, danphe (Nepal’s national bird) and others increase the fascination on the trek. For the expert leading, feel free to contact us and get lifelong experiences.

For more details email us: nepalhikingtrek@gmail.com

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