Trek to Mt. Lobuche to have direct experience of home of some of the world’s highest peaks as well as world famous Sherpas.
Mt. Lobuche Ascent Trek is one that goes deep into the heart of the Himalaya. The mountain views are stunning, and the simplicity and hospitality of the Sherpa community is heart warming. While treking to Everest regoin, you get into the awe-inspiring views of Mt. Everest, the tallest of them all, Mt Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Lobouche Peak, Mt Amadablam, Kasum Kangru peak, Thamserku peak and Kwangde peak. Furthermore, you alsotravel through Sherpa villages and monasteries to gain insight into their culture and lifestyle.
Mt. Lobuche Trek begins with a spectacular mountain flight to Lukla and continually trekking along the Dudh Kosi river. After crossing the Namche, Sherpa Capital, continue on to Tengboche. With its beautiful Buddhist monastery, this small village is considered the spiritual center of the Khumbu region.
From Tengboche gradually make your ascent to Dengboche, Climb the Chhukung Ri 5600m, trek to pokalde BC, Cross Kongma La 5600m and finally advance along the glacial moraine to Gorak Shep at the base of Kala Pattar. At Kala Pattar, you have the option of an sunset or sunrise trek to the 18,188′ summit of Kala Pattar for a panoramic view of some of the world’s highest mountains including Everest.
In trekking on to Everest Base Camp, you will have astounding Khumbu Icefall view. Upon exploring the Kala Pattar and Everest base camp, you make the ascent of Mt Lobouche .
In the Lobuche Peak there are two different summits Lobuche East (6,119m) and Lobuje West (6,145m). Lobuche is an attractive summit, offering a variety of existing routes and a wide scope for new lines. Seen from near Pheriche, the dark triangle of its rocky East Face rises above the moraines of the Khumbu Glacier to an icy skyline.
Mt. Lobuche Ascent Trek, above all, gives you vivid astouonding pictures of Khumbu region of Nepal taking you to the heatland of Sherpa culture and the spectacular views of cluster of world famous peaks.