Everest Three Passes Trek is the ultimate and complete trekking experience in the Everest region. Truly a traverse of the entire Everest region trip fits best to the ambition of trekkers who intent on crossing the high altitude passes with hiking the smaller peaks without the commitment of any technical climbing skills. Everest three pass trek is purely a challenging trekking holiday.
Everest Three Passes Trek is a strenuous hike which climbs 3 peaks linking the four distinct valleys of Bhotekoshi, Gokyo, Khumbu and Imja in of the entire Everest region, the world most popular trekking destination. Crossing the rugged high passes of Kongma La (5535 m), Cho La (5380 m) and Renjo La (5388 m) with the climbing the three peaks of Gokyo Ri (5483 m), Kalapathar (5545m) and Chukung (5550 m) provides incomparable and unforgettable trekking experience in Nepal.
Everest Three Passes Trek in the Himalayas which will offer hundreds of memories and a huge feeling of achievement. Our recommendation: If you are having a problem in selecting the strenuous trekking in Everest region, then look no further book this three passes and peaks trip as it covers all the highlights which Everest region has to offer.
1. Trek a circuit around the entire Everest region
2. Amazing views of the highest mountains in the world
3. Cross three challenging 5,000 m passes: Renjo La, Cho La and Kongma La
4. Leave the crowds of the Everest Base Camp trek behind
▼ Best time to hike Everest Base Camp.
September to till mid-December is the best time to trek in Nepal, September, October, November is the major trekking season in Nepal usually clear day with absolutely breathtaking views of the snowcapped peaks. Similarly March, April, May is another perfect time for the trek to Everest Base Camp. The month of March, April and May in the Everest Base Camp covered by full of tents by Everest climbers. April May is the busy season for ascending Mount Everest.
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and trip preparation (1,300m)
Day 02: Fly to Lukla & Trek to Phakding (30 min), 3-4h.
Day 03: Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3,440m.)
Day 04: Acclimatization day at Namche Bazaar
Day 05: Namche to Tyangboche (3,867m), 6-7h.
Day 06: Tyangboche to Dingboche (4,358m), 6-7h.
Day 07: Trek to Chukung (4730m), 2-3h.
Day 08: Acclimatization day at Chukung (4730m)
Day 09: Cross Kongma La (5535 meters) and trek to Lobuche (4910 meters), 8-9m.
Day 10: Trek to Gorak Shep 5160 & hike to Everest Base Camp (5320m), 7-8h.
Day 11: Climb Kala Patter (5545 meters) and trek to Dzong Lha (4830 meters), 6-7h.
Day 12: Cross Cho La (5330 meters) and trek to Dragnag (4700 meters, 8-9h.
Day 13: Trek to Gokyo (4790 meters), 2-3h.
Day 14: Acclimatization day at Gokyo
Day 15: Cross Renjo La (5360 meters) and trek to Lungdhen (4368 meters), 7-8h.
Day 16: Trek to Thame (3800m), 5-6h.
Day 17: Trek to Monjo (2853m.), 5-6h.
Day 18: Trek to Lukla (2810 meters), 5-6h.
Day 19: Lukla to Kathmandu by 40-minute flight.
Day 20: Departure after Breakfast.
♂ Note: All itineraries can be customized at your request.
▼ We’ve classified Everest Three Pass Trek packages into
♂ Full Board Packages,
♂ Half Board Packages
▼ Full Board Packages Cost Chart:
|In US $||2,500||2,000||1850||1750|
▼ Full Board Packages include:
1. 2 nights Standard Hotel in Kathmandu on twin sharing basis
2. All transfers according to the above Itinerary.
3. Airfare Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu.
4. All-mountain basic accommodation with sharing a toilet in twin sharing basis.
5. All necessary paperwork and permits (National Park permit and TIMS).
6. Guide and porters salaries and insurance.
7. All government and local taxes.
8. 1 porter (Max. 20 kg) for 2 people.
9. Sleeping Bags if needed.
10. Community Trek’s Duffel Bags.
11. Seasonal Fresh Fruits.
▼Half Board Packages Cost Chart:
|In US $||2,011||1,500||1,250||1,200|
▼ Half Board Packages include:
1. Airfare Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu.
2. All-mountain basic accommodation with sharing a toilet in twin sharing basis.
3. All necessary paperwork and permits (National Park permit and TIMS).
4. Guide and porters salaries and insurance.
5. All government and local taxes.
6. 1 porter (Max. 20 kg) for 2 people.
7. Sleeping Bags if needed.
8. Community Trek’s Duffel Bags.
9. Seasonal Fresh Fruits.
▼ Also, please budget for the following.
1. Travel insurance with helicopter evacuation included, and valid for travel above 6,000m. May cost anywhere between $40-70
2. Tips – for the entire local staff of porters at about $100
3. In case of flight cancellation due to poor weather, helicopter charges for travel between Kathmandu and Lukla. This cost may start from $300 to $500 depending on availability. In the event that our flight from Kathmandu to Lukla can’t take off due to bad weather in Lukla, you will be required to pay for this to ensure that we begin the tour as per plan. In the event the flight for the return journey is cancelled, this fare is optional and you may choose to wait out at Lukla for clear weather. Airlines make a full refund for a cancelled trip and this amount will be utilized towards partial payment of your helicopter ride.
4. Also account for battery charging expenses (about $2 per battery) during the trek. Hot showers (about $4) are available in most tea-houses and Wifi (about $4 per hour) in some.
5. Around $30 for foods per day in the trek who like to choose Half Board Service.
▼ TOUR BOOKING TERMS & CONDITIONS
Minimum Group size: 1 Person, Maximum Group size: 10++
BOOKING A TRIP: A booking is confirmed only after receiving a copy of the passport and certain deposits from clients. Once the company receives the booking deposit a client will receive confirmation invoice or email. From this stage, the booking agreement between the company and the customer will be applicable.
DEPOSIT REQUIREMENTS: Community Trek requests a minimum of 20% deposit of total trip cost before making the confirmation. Remaining amount should pay before commerce the trip.
PAYMENT METHODS: Trip Confirmation Deposit can be made by Bank Transfer, Money Transfer Services or Credit Card.
Here is Booking Terms & Condition in details please read out before final trip booking…
♂ Contact us at the email/numbers below to book the tour.
Tel: 977 9808881190 (Ramesh)
The following checklist should help you with your packing. As a general rule, you should always try to keep the weight of your equipment to a minimum. The packed weight of your trek bag while trekking should be no more than 15 KG.
♂ You must bring the following items:
1. Hiking boots
3. Trekking trousers/pants
4. Waterproof overtrousers/rainpants
5. Baselayer shirts
6. Casual shirt and/or T-shirts
7. Fleece jacket or warm jumper/sweater
8. Waterproof jacket
10. Warm hat
12. Thermal gloves
13. Warm and waterproof over gloves or mittens
14. Headtorch/Headlamp with spare bulb and batteries
15. Sun protection (including total bloc for lips, nose etc.)
16. Water bottles 1 L.
17. Antibacterial handwash
18. Small towel
19. Daypack, 25/30Litres
20. Trekking poles
21. Sleeping bag 4 or 5 seasons * (rated down to – 20ºC)
22. Warm jacket (down)*
♂ Basic First Aid Kit including:
A broad spectrum antibiotic, antiseptic cream, throat lozenges, diarrhoea treatment (Imodium), altitude (Diamox), painkillers, plasters (band-aids) and blister treatment, insect repellent, and re-hydration salts (Dioralite) and Glucose tablets.
Note: Walking pole, down jacket, sleeping bag, etc available on hire in Kathmandu.
♂ Health and Fitness Requirements
This trek requires that you walk on an average of six hours every day, excluding the rest days. You will be hiking uphill every day from the day you land in Lukla until the day you climb up to Kalapathar on Day 10 of the tour. The highest point of this tour is almost 18,000 feet above sea level. Naturally, this requires a certain degree of fitness. Everest Base Camp Trek is recommended only for people in good health and fitness with some experience of trekking behind them. There is no restriction of upper age on this tour; your fitness is what matters. Minors who wish to be part of this tour must be accompanied by an adult.
Most people in reasonably good health would be able to make this trek without any injuries or serious sickness/problems. Check with us if you have any questions about your ability to make this tour.
Due to the altitudes, we travel in, this tour may not be suitable for people with heart ailments, chronic problems related to lungs and those with high blood pressure related problems. If you have experienced serious altitude sickness in the past that required hospitalization, this tour is not recommended for you. This tour is also not suitable for people with thyroid-related problems. If you are in doubt, please check with your doctor before signing up on this tour.
We are doing this trek at the beginning of winter. The choice of the season has its advantages:
The peak hiking season is behind us, which means the trails are quieter and so are the villages where we will be staying.
The weather is clearer than any other season, making it great for photography. Expect wonderful light during sunsets and sunrise.
Temperatures dip to fairly low numbers during this season. Nighttime temperatures go below the freezing point, while there is still some chill in the air during the day. However, the tea-houses keep you comfortable during the night, and you will warm up as you keep walking during the day.
Accommodation will be in a comfortable hotel Kathmandu.
Accommodation will be in tea-houses during the trek. Tea houses are guesthouses with permanent housing and bedding that can keep you comfortable. You will be provided with sleeping bags.
♂ What about Lukla Flight?
Because of bad weather, we could face problems with domestic flights to/from Lukla (Delayed or even cancelled). It is very rare, but it could happen even in the best trekking season. Thus, we always recommend you to add supplement night/s in Kathmandu after your trek if that is possible for you (just in case). Trekkers need to be prepared for all weather conditions. In the Himalayas weather can cancel or delay the scheduled flight(s) to/from Lukla airport. To be sure that you make your trek, or return from it, it may be necessary to make this flight by a chartered helicopter. Helicopters can operate in some weather that aircraft cannot. Should a helicopter be needed, it will be at the expense of the trekkers, and not something covered by Community Trek Please keep approximately USD 500 (one way) accessible in case this situation presents itself. This suggested amount is in addition to the emergency fund suggested below.
Hopefully, weather delays will not occur, or if they do it will be for a limited time. Should the delays stretch into days and neither helicopter nor flight are a viable option, a collective decision will be made by the group on how to proceed. This is especially true if the delays are prior to the trek, as the original trek may no longer be feasible. Your Guide will be there to help with this process.
♂ Is there Drones allow?
Please note that drones and the flying of drones are prohibited in Nepal. If you violate these regulations the police may take you into custody.
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