About Everest High Pass Trek - Three Passes Trek in Everest
Everest Three Pass Trek is the most adventurous and challenging trek of Khumbu region. During the trek, you will cross three difficult passes, Kongma La, Cho La, and Renjo La. Being the most challenging ones, Everest High Pass Trek is also one of the most famous treks among the travelers who are in quest of true adventure in the Himalayas. The trail will be full of ups and downs on steep, rugged & glacial paths through dense forests, picturesque villages, fine valleys, moraines, along with crossing several rivers. Everest Three Pass Trek difficulty level is known to be strenuous. You will have to trek 6 to 7 hours on average on a daily basis that requires strong physical fitness, determination, and good health. Plus, you also have to have previous trekking experience to go on 19-days Everest Three Pass Trek.
Everest Three Pass Trek will also present you deep insight into the daily lifestyle, culture, and tradition of locals residing here. You will visit several monasteries including Tengboche monastery, the oldest monastery of Khumbu region. All of these monasteries, gompas, and chortens fastened with colorful prayer flags will showcase you a rich cultural beliefs of the locals. Likewise, you will gorgeous landscape and panoramic views of Himalayan mountains during the trek. You will see stunning views of Mt. Everest (8,848 m), Mt. Lhotse (8,516 m), Mt. Nuptse (7,861 m), Mt. Kongde (6,187 m), Mt. Ama Dablam (6,812 m), Mt. Thamserku (6,623 m) and many other mountains.
Our 19-days Everest Three Pass Trek begins with a thrilling flight to Lukla from Kathmandu. Lukla is the starting point of the trek. From here, you will trek up to Namche Bazar and continue your journey towards Tengboche. Further, you will ascend up to Everest Base Camp via Dingboche, Chukhung, and Lobuche. Also, before reaching Lobuche, you will cross the first pass, Kongma La. In the next couple of days, you will hike up to Everest Base Camp and Kala Patthar viewpoint. Descending down to Dzonglha, you will head towards Gokyo village crossing Cho La pass. Spending a day here, you will trek down to Lungde crossing the third pass, Renjo La. Leaving Lungde behind, you will descend down to Lukla to fly back to Kathmandu.
Everest Three Pass Trek is a perfect trek for challenge seekers and who want something different from another classic trek of Everest region. We, Himalayan Asia Tours & Travels is proud to present you our 22-days Everest Three Pass Trek that will leave your soul moved. With every step during the trek, you will find yourself closer with yourselves. For any other information regarding the Everest Three Pass Trekking or Everest Three Pass Trek cost feel free to contact us anytime.
Accommodations on Everest Three Pass Trek:
On Everest Three Pass trek, you will spend the night in lodge or guest house. The rooms will be on twin-sharing terms with little space and a few pieces of furniture. Likewise, bathrooms will also be on sharing basis. In Kathmandu, you will stay in a three-star hotel. Rooms will be big with private washrooms.
Everest Three Pass Trek difficulty:
Everest Three Pass trek difficulty is marked challenging. This trek is perfect for someone looking for extra adventure and challenges in Everest region. During the trek, you will cross three high passes that makes the journey more difficult. You have to walk on average of 6 to 7 hours each day and day by day increasing altitude will also make the journey challenging. However, with a strong will power, good health, physical fitness, and our professionally designed Everest Three Pass trek itinerary, you will easily complete this trek.
Best Season to go on Everest Three Pass Trekking:
The best time to go on Everest Three Pass trek is in Spring and Autumn. Spring includes months from March to May, whereas Autumn includes months from September to November. The weather is fantastic in this time of the year and views are also at its best. You can also go on Everest Three Pass trek in January, however, the cold weather might not be the best fit for everyone. Similarly, during the monsoon the region receives rainfall, which makes the trail slippery and dangerous.