Everest High Passes Trek Commence through the most challenging three high passes namely Kongma La (5,535m), Cho La (5420m) and Renjo La(5,340m) is the centre of major attraction of Everest high passes Trek organised by Nepal Holiday Treks and Tours. You are only suggested to take part in Everest High Passes Trek if you are mentally strong and physically fit. Everest trekking is a mixture blender of cultural as well as natural aspects of Khumbu region. We will be observing the mind-blowing views of different mountain ranges which are among one of the highest in the world including the highest peak on earth i.e Mt. Everest. We will pass through different Sherpa settlements in which the houses are made in Tibetan style and they are living a brave life full of struggle in their daily activities.
We will also visit the amazing Gokyo valley, Kalapatthar, Everest Base camp from where the Everest Expedition
begins as well as the magnificent Gokyo Lake. The first day of our
adventure begins with the landing on the most extreme airports on earth
which is Lukla airport a world famous airport for its geographical
The best season suggested for this trek is from September to November as well as March to May when the weather is almost clear and you will be observing the splendid views of different peaks and mountains at their best. You will be needing professional trekking equipment as well as professional trekking guides which will be provided by our company at the best cost you will be able to get.
Everest Circuit Trek Gokyo Chola Pass
would be the best alternative for those who want to trek slightly less
adventurous trek which has includes Gokyo Valley, Pristine glacier
lakes, Chola Pass and to put the foot to the world’s highest mountain
Our adventure trip begins with a thrilling 40 minutes flight from Kathmandu to Lukla airport which is geographically one of the extreme airports in the world. After landing; we will be walking for 3 to four hours enjoying the scenario of the local village on the way. We will be staying overnight at an altitude of 2652 meters at Phakding.
Today we will move crossing the suspension bridges over Dudh Koshi River as well as observing the splendid view of Mt. Thamserku (6608 meters) all the way through Benkar village. We will cross the famous Hillary suspension bridge and climb toward Namche Bazaar and will be observing the close view of Kwangde Peak. Mt. Everest and Lhotse also will be observable on today’s trip. We will stay overnight after walking for 5 to 6 hours today at Namche Bazaar situated at an altitude of 3440 meters.
We will not be moving further today; we will have rest and stroll around Namche Bazaar and will interact with the local people. We will be spending a day here for Acclimatization to prepare for our further trekking. Stay overnight at Namche Bazaar.
Today we will be observing the superb view of Mt. Everest, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Ama Dablam and close up view of Thamserku on our trekking route. We also will be observing spotted musk deer and pheasants today. The pine forests will accompany us until we reach a suspension bridge over Dudh Koshi River. The major attractions for today are the views of Mt Ama Dablam, Mt Nuptse, and Mt Everest. We will reach Tengboche (3860m) which also have the largest monastery in Khumbu region after walking for 5 to 6 hours.
We will walk for 5 to 6 hours from Tengboche to reach Dingboche enjoying the panoramic views of the mountain such as Kangtega, Thamserku, Ama Dablam, Taboche, Kwangde, Tengboche, Lhotse and Nuptse on the way. We will finally reach at a cold and windy settlement in Dingboche to stay overnight.
We catch the track from Dingboche through Imja Khola valley to land raven by glacier moraines amidst towering formidable mountains. We walk leisurely as our schedule for today is only 3 – 4 hours trek. While walking through the valley, Lhotse towers on our left and Ama Dablam on our right. After Reaching Chikunga; we will be discussing our trip adventures and will stay overnight here.
Our experts, as well as the trekking experts, don’t recommend you to move continuously to the higher areas so this day is separated for acclimatization. We will stroll around the Chhukung and will stay overnight here.
Our today’s journey of 6 to 7 hours will include the crossing of the highest as well as the strenous pass of our voyage which is named as Kongma La pass. We will descend from there slowly to reach Lobuche and will stay overnight here.
Today; we will be reaching our one of the important destinations during our trip; i.e. Everest Base Camp which is used as the first destination by the ones who are involved in the Everest Expedition. After observing the finest scenarios of different mountain ranges we will return back to Gorak Shep for the overnight stay.
Today is the last day that we will be moving to any new destinations; we will be heading to Kala Patthar after several hours of descent at 5545 meters offering the heavenly views of Himalayas. We will gradually descend to reach Lobuche at 4950 meters from Kalapathar for the overnight stay after a rigorous walk of 8 to 9 hours today.
Today’s trek is shortest compared to the other days but it will not be less adventurous and full of thrill. We can observe the mountains like Ama Dablam and Kangtega Thamserku from the route of Taboche. Chola Lake is situated in the lap of Mt. Cholatse which is another finest scenario. We will reach Dzongla at 4830 meters after 3-4 hours of the walk where we will be staying overnight.
From Dzongla we will be moving along the Cho La pass at 5368 meters which are the second high pass we will be passing and descend to Thangnak at 4680 meters and the trail lead us to Ngozumpa Glacier the longest glacier in Nepal. We will be staying overnight at reaching Gokyo (4800m) after 7 to 8 hours of walk.
On this acclimatization day; we will be climbing Gokyo Ri for the finest views of Mount Everest after a walk of 3 to 4 hours. We will return back to Gokyo for the overnight stay.
We will be starting our trek early in the morning and will be passing the high pass Renjo La at 5360 meters of altitude and will reach Marlung after a few descend to Marlung (4210 m) where we will stay overnight too after a journey of 7 to 8 hours.
On this particular day; we will be walking through the traditionally used route for trade by the Tibetans. We will then be reaching Namche Bazaar passing the hydropower on the highest altitude as well as some monasteries where we will stay overnight for today.
The descending steep trail will lead you through the suspension bridges in Dudh Koshi River and through the rhododendron and pine forest as well as observing the views of different snow covered peaks. We will walk through Sherpa villages with cultural Buddhist flags before reaching Lukla on the last day of our trek. We will stay overnight at Namche Bazaar today.
We will take an early morning flight from Lukla to Kathmandu for 40 minutes and will stay overnight at a hotel in Kahtmandu. Our company will also be providing you a farewell dinner on this day.
Over all it was a fantastic trip! Our guide was both personal and professional, a man who loves to share history. Everything was in time and done properly. In the end we all got everything that we hoped of getting from this trip so we are very happy that we chose this company for our trip.
what an adventure it was! those formidable passes and the scenes from there were mind blowing. if you are daredevil and seek challenges, go for Everest High Passes Trek. And yes, these guys from Nepal Holiday Treks and Tours are very good at their job; they lead from the front and make sure you complete your adventure without much difficulty.
The mountains of Nepal are truly mesmerising and irresistible which was why we jumped at the idea of returning for yet another trek there. We have not trekked in the Everest region before yet we were not keen to just get to the Everest Base Camp. So, we decided to do the Three Passes trek, which is supposed to be fairly challenging. We, as we have always been, went with Ramesh and Nepal Holiday Treks/Tours. We have trekked with Ramesh before and were delighted that he will be our guide for this trek. We have full confidence in his decision making and suggestions. Ramesh is such a professional and we knew he would take every measure to ensure our trek will be successful one. There is no doubt that this is a challenging trek in so many ways and the challenges one faces are not just physical, but also mental. However the experiences and people you meet along the way, the diverse and breathtaking sights ,the local Nepalese made it such an enriching experience and it is difficult to put this into words. Simply magical. These wonderful thoughts and feelings of happiness will be with me, I dare say, forever. We completed this trek without any major hiccups and with a sense of achievement and elation. We were blessed with good weather and had a relatively problem free trek. Like most medium-long treks, we have had to make some changes to our plan and it was a blessing to have Ramesh with us. His knowledge of the conditions, the nature of the trek and surroundings are simply invaluable. He is always calm and good natured, all the time providing encouragement and confidence while finding solutions to any problems. On a more personal level, Ramesh is more than just our guide. He is a good friend and very much part of our group during the entire trek. The success of the trek and the wonderful experience would not have been possible without him and our wonderful porters who went beyond their usual duties to ensure a safe trek. A huge thank you to Ramesh and the team for organising this. We'd definitely have no hesitation to recommend Nepal Holiday Treks and Tours for their services. There are many trekking agencies around but quite often, a recommended agency is a safe bet to engage. The attention to details and careful planning with Ramesh is just second to none. You won't be disappointed !!
Without giving much thought, we decided to do the 3 Passes trek 'post-pandemic' (though we'll never know when the next major wave is going to be!) and before we turned half a century-years old! Trekking in Nepal is not new to us, and although we knew that the 3 Passes trek is not an easy feat, we went ahead with the decision simply because the Himalayan ranges are really hard to resist! Ramesh, the owner of Nepal Holiday Treks and Tours, and our long-time guide-cum-friend has been urging us to take up this challenge and together, we worked out a well-paced itinerary that spanned 25 days, an immersive experience that allowed us to soak in the beauty of the Himalayan ranges at our own time rather than just checking a meaningless bucket list. Without a doubt, the 3 Passes trek has been the most challenging experience todate but our moans and groans paled in comparison to the beauty of nature that surrounded us throughout our trek. We did not follow the popular route but took a 12-hour jeep ride instead to Ringmo as our starting point. It may seem like wasted effort to many for us to hike through these villages when flights are readily available to Lukla, but no one can really put a price on the rich experience and the people we met along the way. It was also a great way to slowly acclimatize our way to the 5000m high passes and on the hindsight, it was a wise decision to make. Any treks would have its own challenges, but a good and experienced guide could ease one’s doubts and worries away. Ramesh has been the pillar of encouragement and he would not stop at anything to help us achieve our mission to cross the 3 Passes safely. His knowledge and familiarity with the trails, mountains, villages and the people made our experience richer and hearts full. He is very good-natured, calm, humble and sincere. I could be a little bias as I’ve known him for quite a long while, but he remained the same old Ramesh that I knew since being a guide to owning a trekking company. And lastly, a huge thank you to our porters who have each touched our lives in different ways. Very often not being recognised for the incredibly heavy loads that they carry, we appreciate your efforts tremendously. You made hiking seemed like a walk in the park! A special thank you to Barak Kumar, as it was a blessing to have known such a determined, strong, responsible, kind and humble porter. He was truly our superhuman porter! Ramesh, let's have dudha ciya when we meet next!
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