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Lobuche Peak






17 Days



Trekking Peak


Max Altitude

6,119 m


Group Size

2-18 Pax



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Lobuche peak is six thousand meter mountain in the khumbu region of the himalayas in Nepal. it has two main summits. lobuche east (6119m) 20,80feet) and lobuche west expedition, lobuche east is more commenly climbed and is offen considered a trekking peak, making it accessible to climbers with basic mountenering skills. 

Information :

The ascent typically involves a base camp near Lobuche village and followed by high camp (5200m.) climbers progress towards summit, and from the summit of Lobuche peak is stunning panoramic views of the world’s highest peak Mt. Everest (8,848.86m) including the views of Lhotse, Nuptse, Makalu, Baruntse, Ama Dablam, Khangtega, Thamserku, taboche, Cholatse, and many more neighboring peaks. climbing guides usually reach to base camo and high camp after trekking through everest region. passing through pictureque sherpa village like namche bazar, Tengboche manestery, pangboche, dingboche. The climb itself demands technical skills including use of climbing gears, it is a challenging but rewarding experinced for those seeking a Himalayas adventures beyond the traditional trekking routes.

Lobuche peak is considered highly technical scale to summit and lobuche east is climbing required a excellent use of expeditions style of rope (fix rope and main rope) climbing involves some step and slippery rocks slaps and snow slopes to reach south west ridge. which is just below the glacier and along the high camp, and than the final climb would be sharp and exposed ridge which leads to the summit.  depending on the seasons, the summit to lobuche east required climbing agle of 70-75 degrees some belayed snow or ice climbing. must be comfortable for rock and ice climbing should be have basic knowledge of alpine climbing technique ice-axe crampons etc.

Return To Lkla :

Descending from Lobuche Peak to Lukla offers a spectacular journey back through the diverse landscapes of the Khumbu region, providing a sense of accomplishment and a chance to reflect on the awe-inspiring experiences of the climb.

The descent typically retraces the steps taken during the ascent, allowing climbers to appreciate the scenery from a different perspective. Leaving the high-altitude wilderness around Lobuche, the trail winds through rocky moraines, snowfields, and the dramatic landscapes surrounding the Khumbu Glacier.

As trekkers make their way down, the transition from the alpine environment to lush rhododendron forests and charming Sherpa villages becomes evident. The descent provides ample opportunities to interact with local communities, gaining insights into their daily lives and rich cultural traditions.

The journey back to Lukla is a gradual process, allowing for proper acclimatization and a chance to savor the breathtaking views of Everest, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam one last time. Trekkers may choose to revisit key points of interest, such as Tengboche Monastery or Namche Bazaar, adding a nostalgic touch to the return trip.

Upon reaching Lukla, a profound sense of achievement settles in as climbers reflect on the challenges overcome and the beauty witnessed during the Lobuche Peak expedition. Lukla, with its unique airstrip and bustling atmosphere, marks the end of this remarkable adventure.

The return journey not only symbolizes the physical descent from higher altitudes but also a descent through the layers of cultural and natural diversity that define the Khumbu region. It’s a journey of contrasts – from the solitude of high mountain passes to the vibrant camaraderie in the teahouses of lower elevations.

Ultimately, the return from Lobuche Peak to Lukla encapsulates the essence of a Himalayan adventure, blending the thrill of mountaineering with the tranquility of trekking, all against the backdrop of Nepal’s stunning landscapes and warm Sherpa hospitality.

Lukla To Kathmandu

The Lukla to Kathmandu flight is a thrilling and scenic journey that marks the beginning or end of many treks and mountaineering expeditions in the Everest region of Nepal. This short yet exhilarating flight provides a unique perspective of the Himalayan landscape and offers a memorable experience for travelers.

Flight Route: The flight typically departs from the Tenzing-Hillary Airport in Lukla, a small airstrip known for its challenging terrain and short runway. The aircraft navigates through the mountainous terrain of the Khumbu region before descending towards the Kathmandu Valley.

Aircraft: Flights on this route are usually conducted by small, twin-engine aircraft, such as the Twin Otter or Dornier, due to the short and inclined runway at Lukla. These planes are well-suited for the mountainous terrain and provide passengers with clear views of the surrounding peaks.

Scenic Views: One of the highlights of the Lukla to Kathmandu flight is the breathtaking panoramic views of the Himalayan peaks. As the aircraft ascends, passengers are treated to glimpses of iconic mountains, including Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam, among others. The flight path offers an unparalleled perspective of these majestic peaks, creating a sense of awe and wonder.

Challenges: The Lukla airport is renowned for its challenging conditions, with a short runway that ends with a steep drop-off. Pilots require specialized training to navigate the tricky landing and takeoff, making each flight a testament to their skill and experience. Weather conditions in the region can also pose challenges, and flights may be delayed or canceled due to adverse weather.

Duration: The flight from Lukla to Kathmandu is relatively short, lasting around 30 to 45 minutes. Despite its brevity, the journey is packed with stunning views and a sense of adventure.

Emotional Significance: For trekkers and mountaineers returning from the Everest region, the Lukla to Kathmandu flight often symbolizes the conclusion of an epic adventure. Conversely, for those just beginning their journey, it marks the exciting commencement of exploration in the Himalayas.

In conclusion, the Lukla to Kathmandu flight is more than just a means of transportation; it’s a thrilling experience that encapsulates the grandeur of the Himalayas and sets the tone for the incredible adventures that await in the heart of Nepal.



Arrive in Kathmandu, where you’ll be greeted and assisted to your accommodation. Take the day to rest and prepare for your upcoming journey.

Embark on a guided tour of Kathmandu’s iconic cultural and historical sites, exploring ancient temples, palaces, and vibrant markets.

Catch a scenic flight to Lukla and commence your trek towards Phakding, a charming village along the Dudh Koshi River.

After having breakfast the trekking is being started to Continue crossing suspension bridges and experiencing stunning vistas en route to Namche Bazaar, a bustling Sherpa town. from Phakding to Namche Bazaar is a captivating journey through the heart of the Khumbu region Nepal.

The trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar is a captivating journey through the heart of the Khumbu region in Nepal. Starting in Phakding, the trail follows the Dudh Kosi River, crossing suspension bridges adorned with prayer flags. The path meanders through lush forests filled with rhododendron and pine trees, offering glimpses of the towering peaks.

As you ascend, you’ll encounter charming Sherpa villages like Monjo and Jorsalle, providing insights into the local way of life. The Sagarmatha National Park checkpoint marks the entry to this UNESCO World Heritage site, showcasing the rich biodiversity of the region In Nepal and highlight of the trek is the challenging climb to Namche Bazaar, a vibrant Sherpa town nestled in a natural amphitheater. The steep ascent is rewarded with stunning views of Thamserku and Kusuk Khangkaru peaks. Namche Bazaar itself is a bustling hub with teahouses, shops, and a vibrant market. Take time to acclimate, explore the town, and savor the breathtaking panorama of Everest and surrounding peaks. The path meanders through lush forests filled with rhododendron and pine trees, offering glimpses of the towering peaks. and will encounter charming Sherpa villages like Monjo and Jorsalle, providing insights into the local way of life.  peaks.

Today is Acclimate day

Hike to the elevation of (3,880m) at hotel everest view Syangboche. from where can see awesome views of mt. everest, lhotse, nuptse, sertse, ama dalbam, during this activities can see syangboche airport and sagarmatha next where where is recycle waste things from himalayan, after back from the view ponit mythic sherwi khangba museums, and many more  panoramic views of Everest and neighboring peaks.

Journey through rhododendron forests and small hamlets on your way to Phortse Village, a serene village offering remarkable mountain vistas 

Trek from Phortse to Dingboche takes you through a series of charming villages, each offering unique cultural experiences. Starting in Phortse, a traditional Sherpa village, you’ll pass through Pangboche, known for its ancient monastery and scenic views. Continuing on, you’ll encounter Somare, a small settlement, before reaching Dingboche.The trail winds through diverse landscapes, including lush forests, open plains, and high-altitude terrain. Expect breathtaking views of iconic peaks like Ama Dablam and Taboche. Villages along the way provide opportunities to interact with locals and witness their daily life. As you trek, pay attention to altitude and acclimatize appropriately. The journey is not only about reaching Dingboche but also about immersing yourself in the rich cultural and natural tapestry of the Everest region.

After having breakfast your hiking to nagajung is being started. Dingboche to Nagarjung View Point offers a breathtaking trekking experience in the heart of the Himalayas. As you ascend from Dingboche, you’ll be surrounded by stunning landscapes, including towering peaks and picturesque valleys. The trail takes you through diverse terrain, from alpine meadows to rocky paths, providing a mix of challenges and rewards.

Nagarjung View Point, situated at a higher elevation, promises panoramic vistas of the surrounding peaks, including Ama Dablam, Lhotse, and Everest. The journey involves navigating through Sherpa villages, where you can experience the local culture and hospitality. Don’t forget to acclimatize properly to the altitude as you gain elevation, ensuring a safe and enjoyable trekking experience

Continue your trek, traversing diverse terrain to reach Thaknak, surrounded by breathtaking mountain vistas.

Embark on a memorable journey to Everest Base Camp, marvel at its surroundings, and return to Gorakshep for an overnight stay.

Hike to Kalapathar for stunning sunrise views, then trek to Lobuche, soaking in the mesmerizing landscapes.

Ascend to Lobuche High Camp, gearing up for the summit bid.

Embark on the summit climb and return to High Camp, celebrating your achievement.

Descend to Pangboche, relishing the changing landscapes as you make your way down.

Continue your descent, passing through diverse terrain, and arrive at Namche Bazaar.

Catch a scenic flight back to Kathmandu and relax after your adventure.

Depart for the international airport, concluding your incredible journey in Nepal.

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Essential Gear Checklist

  • Comfortable Daypack with a waterproof bag cover
  • Comfortable Trekking Boots
  • Comfortable Sports/Light Shoes
  • Several pairs of comfortable T-shirts
  • Sandals
  • 3-4 pairs of normal and warm socks
  • Comfortable Trekking Pants
  • Thin layers for comfort
  • Warm layers for insulation
  • Waterproof jacket and pants for comfort
  • Warm hat and sun cap
  • Thin and warm gloves
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
Company Provides Geras But (Should be returned after the trip)
  • Warm sleeping bag
  • Down jacket for warmth
  • Trekking poles for support
  • Trekking Duffel Bag
  • Water bottle for hydration
  • Water purification tablets
Personal Climbing Gears If You Are First Time
  • Pair Of Comfortable Climbing Boots
  • Pair Of Comfortable  Crampons  
  • Harness Full Set Like Ascender And Descender Devises,
  • 3 Lock Carabiners  and 2 unlock Carabiners
  • Tape silling or 2.5 miters Safety Rope 
  • Ice-Axe 
  • Climbing Glass 100% UV Protected
  • Pair Of Summit Glass 
  • Pair Of Summit Shocks
  • Warm Down Jacket
  • Warm Windproof Trouser 
  • Warm Hat
  • Personal First-Aid Kit,
  • Another things are normal use of Trekking
  • Don’t worry about it if you Don’t have all this kind of climbing gears, All gears are available before set off base camp  but will be charge approximately 125-140 usd each person