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Lobuche Peak Climbing

Lobuche Peak Climbing - 17 Days

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Facts About Trip

Duration: 17 days
Accommodation: Homestay, Camping
Height: 6090M
Best Season: Spring and Autumn
Grade: Medium
Activity: Trekking, climbing
Transportation: Private Car, Flight
Treks Type: Tea house, Tent

Lobuche Peak Climbing Overview

Another well-liked location for courageous hikers worldwide is Lobuche Peak. Countless trekkers travel to Nepal to climb Lobuche, which is 6119 meters above sea level, as a training
climb for mountains at greater altitudes.


The peak location in the Khumbu region offers Mount Everest and other high peaks like Nuptse, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and Makalu one of the most beautiful panoramic views.


Successful climbers who make it to the summit of Lobuche are rewarded with breath-taking views and priceless memories of their ascent.Before beginning this incredible adventure, hikers must be physically fit, ideally with climbing experience. Every step of this climb will be explained to you, including how to utilize ice axes, crampons, and rope tactics. Here, We Have Some other peak climbing packages are Island Peak ClimbingMera Peak Climbing etc.

Lobuche Peak Climbing Itinerary Expand/Collapse All

Day 1 :  Arrival day in Kathmandu International Airport then transfer to Hotel.

Food

Dinner

Accomodation

Hotel

Elevation

1350

Upon on your arrival at the Tribhuban International Airport one of our staff will be there to warm greeting you with beautiful garland that is our respect and the culture to welcome to the new stranger. After welcoming you our staff will transfer to you to the hotel. After your long journey on a plane, you may get tired, so be fresh then our manager will come to meet you to the hotel and talk about the plan of your trip details.

Day 2 :  Today Preparation for trek & clmbimg

Food

Breakfast

Accomodation

Hotel

Elevation

1350

Today, our manager will come to meet you at the hotel according your time. He will brief about the trip in detail, introduce with the guide and provide you all the documents. You will be free in the afternoon and manage your time for trek preparation. Our guide will meet you at your hotel at six O’ clock in the evening then take you for well come dinner. After having dinner, drop you to the hotel and stay over night.

Day 3 : Fly to Lukla at 2840m (9088 Ft), then trek to Phakding (8352 Ft).

Food

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Accomodation

Lodge

Elevation

2610

Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla. This is a really early 45-minute scenic flight to Lukla in the morning. Being the gateway to the great Mount Everest Base Camp, Lukla is home to the only airport in the region and is known for being one of the most “challenging” airports in the world. Once you arrived in Lukla you are given breakfast before starting your first day of trekking. Today consists of a short day trek of approximately three hours and pass the small villages of Chheplung, Thadokoshi, Ghat before arriving at Phakding where you stay the night.

Day 4 : Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar (11008 Ft).

Food

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Accomodation

Lodge

Elevation

3440

Onwards and upwards to Namchebazar. Namche Bazaar is the biggest town on this trip and famed as the Sherpa Hub in the region. After breakfast, you’ll begin your treks upwards. This is one of the hardest days of the trek, however, you are blessed with stunning mountain views of Thamserku and Kusumkangaru, Dodhkoshi river and get your first glimpse of the great Everest peak. Lunch will be had at Jorsalle before you cross the double suspension bridge dubbed as “Hilary bridge”. Once you reach Namche Bazaar, you will spend the evening resting and walking around the lively town.

Day 5 : Rest day at Namche Bazaar.

Food

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Accomodation

Lodge

Elevation

3440

Rest day at Namche Bazaar, the centre of the Solukhumbu region. Namche Bazaar is the best place to explore and if you are not feeling too tired, you are pushed to ascend another three, four hundred meters, to help acclimatise. This small trek takes you to the Everest view point to see all the surrounding peak views. Today takes up about two hours of your time, and you get the chance to see Hillary school – one of the highest schools in the world. If you have more time to explore that day, you can visit the Sherpa museum, before resting for another night in Namche Bazaar.

Day 6 : Trek from Namche Bazaar to Tengboche (12352)

Food

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Accomodation

Lodge

Elevation

3860

Trek to Tengboche. Tengboche is a nice place to spend the night. The days trail very nice and gentle. However, the day begins with a very hard trek to the top of Namche Bazaar village, before you are rewarded with a stunningly beautiful and relatively flat walk to Kyanjuma. Along the way, you get the opportunity to see the top of Everest, Nupche, Lhotse and several other famed peaks around. After Kyanjuma, the trail then drops down to the Dodhkoshi and after crossing the bridge you get to Fungi Thanga. The trail to get to Tengboche a bit harder and takes about two and half hours. Once you arrive in Tengboche you can visit the biggest monastery in the region, talks with the Monks and stay overnight in the cosy hamlet.

Day 7 : Tengboche to Dingboche (15712 ft)

Food

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Accomodation

Lodge

Elevation

4410

Trek to Dingboche. Today you start to feel the effects of the gaining altitude and lowing oxygen levels, so you may start to find the walk a bit harder, even on the flats. The trail is mainly downhill to Debuche, nice and gentle walk through the rhododendron forest until to the bridge of Imja Khola. After the bridge the climb begins, passing superb Mani stones carved with the Tibetan Buddhist chant Mani Padme Hum. Once you reach Pangboche at 3860m, the trail then steepens to Dingboche where you can enjoy the stunning views of Amadablam.

Day 8 : Rest day at Dingboche.

Food

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Accomodation

Lodge

Elevation

4410

Rest day in Dingboche. Another complete day of acclimatization is essential in Dingboche if you want to successfully reach Everest Base Camp. You are encouraged to hike after breakfast for about two, three hours passing Chhukum village in order to get used to the altitude. Another night sleeping in Dingboche.

Day 9 : Trek from Dingboche to Lobuche (15712ft)

Food

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Accomodation

Lodge

Elevation

4910

Trek to Lobuche. Today you should walk slow and steady. At the beginning, again the climb is very nice and easy until you reach Dhukla very. The trail after Dhukla goes directly up the terminal moraine of the Khumbu Glacier for about one hour, then left into a memorial area known as Chhukpilhara, before reaching Lobuche at 4930m. This is very hard and you can really begin to feel the lowering levels of oxygen in the air. The night is very, very cold here, so you should prepare the nights with warm jackets and wearing a hat is essential.

Day 10 : Lobuche to Gorakshep and EBC (5140/16448/5364m/17165ft)

Food

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Accomodation

Lodge

Elevation

5364

Trek to Gorakshep. The trail continues to Gorak Shep at 5160m. It takes approximately three hours of gradual climbing. Once you arrive at Gorakshep, you should prepare yourself for Everest Base Camp. The trail is mainly rocks, narrow pathways and conditions can become windy and snowy (conditions normally sit around -15). Today will fulfil your dream. Here you realise that all the hard work was worth it, and you’re once in a lifetime dream to reach Everest Base Camp is about to come true. Once you arrive, we spent around 15-30minute here where you can take photographswith the group and your friends, before walking back down back the same way to Gorakhshep to spend the night.

Day 11 :  Hike to Kalapathar at 5550m(17760 Ft),then back to Lobuche Base Camp (15840 Ft)

Food

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Accomodation

Lodge

Elevation

4950

Today hike to Kalapathar(Black Rock) at 5545m early in the morning then trek back to Lobuche Base Camp. Kalapathar is like a small peak offers the best view of Everest without climbing it. The view of Everest is pretty close from the Kalapathar,take some photograph, it must be memorable then back down to Gorekhshep have breakfast then trek back to Lobuche Base Camp. Sleep in tent.

Day 12 :  Base Camp to High Camp (17280 ft).

Food

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Accomodation

Lodge

Elevation

5400

After breakfast our Sherpa will lead you to the high camp which is a rocky trail with enjoying the view of the glacier and valley as well as mountains. Overnight at tented camp.

Day 13 :  High Camp to Summit (19488 ft) Then back to Pheriche.

Food

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Accomodation

Lodge

Elevation

6090

Today is a day to achieve your goal. Our expert Sherpa will fix the rope and leads you to the summit where you will really enjoy your expedition. Then drop down to the base camp and continue down to Pheriche for overnight stay.

Day 14 : Pheriche to Namchebazaar (11008 Ft).

Food

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Accomodation

Lodge

Elevation

3440

 

Today is a day to achieve your goal. Our expert Sherpa will fix the rope and leads you to the summit where you will really enjoy your expedition. Then drop down to the base camp and continue down to Pheriche for overnight stay.

Day 15 : Trek back to Lukla (9088 Ft)

Food

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Accomodation

Lodge

Elevation

2840

Trek back to Lukla.Today is your last day trek. You should walk all the way to Lukla mostly the down hill, passes so many country site and villages like Jorsalle, Monju,Banker, Phakding , Ghat and some more towns. You have a last night in the mountain ,get to gather with you friends and stay over night at Lukla.

Day 16 : :Fly back from Lukla to Kathmandu (4160 ft) then transfer to hotel.

Food

Dinner

Accomodation

Hotel

Elevation

1350

Fly back from Lukla to Kathmandu. Most of the time you have morning flight so you should be prepared to go to the airport on time. You should have very nice and 45 minutes scenic flight to Kathmandu. Our guide still with you to drop you to the hotel in Kathmandu. Our manager will meet you in the evening then take you for the farewell dinner and drop you to the hotel,stay over night in Kathmandu.

Day 17 : Departure from Kathmandu

Food

Breakfast

Departure for home. Today our Departure for home. Today our driver will drop you to the International Airport for the final departure. I wish you have a nice and safe journey back home.driver will drop you at the International Airport for the final departure if you wish.

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Cost Includes

  • Ground and air transportation. Pick Up and drop
  • welcome and farewell dinner in Kathmandu with Cultural show. (Ethnic music and dance)
  • Two night’s accommodation in Kathmandu with twin sharing at tourist standard hotel (Bed and Breakfast)
  • English speaking trekking guide who has been authorized by the government and necessary number of porters (According to the group size) with their insurance, salary, accommodation, and meals.
  •  Full board meal 3 times a day (B+L+D) during the trek days including tea & coffee
  • Climbing guide and sherpa
  • Meals while camping 
  • Seasonal fruits during the trek are provide
  • Sleeping bags and down jackets if necessary.
  • All the necessary official documents, TIMS Permit, Trekking Permit, etc.
  •  Lobuche peak Special Climbing Permit
  • 2 days on tended camp during the climbing
  •  Trekking Route map.
  •  All required local and government tax

Cost Excludes

  • -Nepal arrival visa
  • -All meals inKathmandu except provided dinner and breakfast
  • -Entire cold and alcoholic beverages on the trip
  • Necessary group climbing gears (Climbing rope, ice axe, ice crew and snow bar/ possible to hire or buy in Kathmandu)
  • Travel insurance (Must includes Helicopter evacuation and trip cancellation)
  • Personal nature expenses
  • Oxygen bottle
  • Any extending trip
  • Tips  for staffs

Altitude Graph

Additional Information

Some of the essential equipments are: 

Peak Climbing in Nepal requires special equipment due to the difficult terrain and weather conditions.


1. Crampons: These are spikes attached to shoes or boots that provide traction on icy or snowy
surfaces. 
2. Ice axe: This is a tool used for climbing and self-arresting in case of a fall. 
3. Rope: Climbing and rappelling on high Peaks requires special ropes that are strong and
durable. 
4. Harness: A harness is used to secure the climber to the rope. 
5. Carabiners: These are metal loops used to attach the rope to the harness. 
6. Helmet: A helmet is worn to protect the head from falling rocks or ice. 
7. Goggles: Goggles are worn to protect the eyes from the glare of the sun on the snow. 
8. Sunscreen: Wearing sunscreen is important to protect the skin from the UV rays at high
altitudes. 
9. Thermos: A thermos is used to carry hot beverages like tea or soup to keep the climber
warm. 
10. First Aid Kit: A first aid kit is essential to treat any injuries that may occur during the
expedition. 
11. Stove: A portable stove is used for cooking food during the expedition. 
12. Sleeping bag: A sleeping bag is used to sleep in at night. It should be rated for cold weather
and must be very warm. 
13. Tent: A tent is used as shelter during the expedition. It should be sturdy and able to
withstand high winds. 
14. Maps: Detailed maps are essential for planning the expedition and for navigation during the
climb. 
15. Satellite phone: A satellite phone is used to communicate with base camp in case of an
emergency. 
16. Battery charger: A battery charger is used to recharge batteries for the GPS and satellite
phone. 
17. Camera: A camera can be used to take pictures or videos during the expedition.

Tips for Peak Climbing in Nepal

Climbing these Peaks is an unforgettable experience that offers stunning views of some of the
world’s highest mountains, including Mount Everest. Here are a few tips to help you make the
most of your climb.
1. Give yourself plenty of time to acclimatize. These Peaks are located in the Himalayas, at
an elevation of over 20,000 feet. Climbing to such a high altitude can be dangerous if you don’t
give your body time to adjust. Spend a few days acclimatizing in the lower-lying areas before
beginning your ascent.
2. Hire a guide. These Peaks are a challenging climb, even for experienced mountaineers.
Hiring a guide will increase your chances of success and help you stay safe while climbing.
3. Be prepared for the cold. The temperatures at high altitudes can be extreme, so make sure
you pack plenty of warm clothing. Layering is key – you’ll want to be able to add or remove
layers as the temperature changes.

4. Don’t forget your sunscreen. The sun’s rays are more intense at high altitudes, so don’t
forget to pack sunscreen and lip balm to protect your skin from sunburn.
5. Stay hydrated. It’s important to stay hydrated at all times when you’re climbing, but it’s
especially important at high altitudes. Make sure you drink plenty of water and eat foods that are
high in electrolytes, such as fruits and vegetables.

Best Season for Peak Climbing in Nepal

High Peaks can be scaled at any time of year, but spring (March through May) and fall
(September through November) are the ideal times to tackle it. The ideal weather for climbing
occurs during these months, when snowfall is minimal and temperatures are generally pleasant.
Since these peaks are situated in the Everest area of Nepal, weather there can be exceedingly
severe. Climbers should be ready for adverse weather conditions because the area is noted for
its strong winds and low temperatures.
The peak climbing season in Nepal is in the spring, thus climbers should plan on encountering a
lot of people. Even though it's a more sedate season, autumn still has favorable weather for
climbing.

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US$ 2250 Per Person
US$ 2500 2250
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17 Days
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