Everest Three High Passes Trek: 20 Days 

Everest Three High Passes Trek: 20 Days 

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Trip Facts

  • Grade:Strenuous
  • Group Size: 1-12 people
  • Min. Age: 16

Accomodation

  • Grade:Strenuous
  • Group Size: 1-12 people
  • Min. Age: 16

Meals

  • 16 Breakfasts
  • 9 Lunches
  • 15 Dinners

Duration

20

Days

Trip Introduction

The Everest Region is one of Nepal’s most popular trekking locations, and the Three Passes Trek is the greatest trekking experience, passing across three 5,000-meter passes with breathtaking landscapes and views. This Everest Circuit Trek takes you to cross Kongma La Pass, Cho La Pass, and Renjo La Pass, the top three mountain passes in the Everest Region for daring trekkers looking for a thrill. It begins in the Dhote Kosi valley and continues west to the Renjo La pass before entering the Gokyo valley. While you’re here, you’ll have time to visit the blue lakes Gokyo. The trail then enters the Dudh Kosi valley through the Cho La pass. It then ascends to Everest base camp. Finally, it descends to the Imja Khola valley, passing through the Kongma La pass.

This path is best suited to those who enjoy a challenge, are physically active, and have experience with multi-day treks. The passes can be chilly, windy, and difficult to access when the weather is bad. We move counterclockwise to allow for greater acclimatization and to ensure that the light shines on us in the mornings as we pass through the mountains. For the most part, the trek follows a well-worn path, though it can be rough and uneven in places. It is not particularly steep, and there is no rock climbing or ‘mountaineering’ that demands the use of equipment. It’s a walk the whole way, however, some of the hills can be steep and never-ending, and you might have to struggle over some stones on the passes.

Starting in Lukla, we’ll do this trek in a counterclockwise. The trek takes you past traditional Sherpa homes, breathtaking mountain landscapes, and swinging metal bridges over deep river gorges. Visit Namche, the Sherpa homeland’s capital. The Three Passes Trek route is well-marked. Because of the scale of the mountains, exploring is very different than in a heavily forested area. Majority of the time, you’re waking up, down, or across a valley with limited options for where to go. Enjoy breathtaking landscapes of Mount Everest, Cho Oyu, Makalu, and Lhotse, four of the world’s tallest peaks. Hike up to the base camp of Ama Dablam, Everest View hotel, Gokyo Ri for a 360-degree Himalayan panorama, and walk by the lovely Gokyo Lake (Gokyo Tsho).

 

Trip Facts 

 

Country 

Nepal 

Destination 

Everest Region

Duration

20 Days 

Accommodation

Hotel, Lodge and Tea house

Activity

Trekking and Hiking 

Attraction

Kalapathar, Gokyo Ri, Kongma La Pass, Cho La Pass, Renjo La Pass, Ama Dablam Base camp, Everest base camp, Ngozumpa Glacier, Khumbu icefall.

Grade

Challenging 

Meals 

19 dinners, 19 breakfast, 17lunch

Maximum Altitude

5,545m/ 18,193ft

Best season

Mar, Apr, May, Sept, Oct, Dec

 

Trip Highlights 

  • Beautiful view flight to highest altitude airport- Tenzing Hillary Airport, Lukla.

  • Hike through the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Sagarmatha National Park.

  • Enjoy the Everest region’s rich flora and fauna. 

  • Trek the entire Everest region in a circuit.

  • Trek to Kongma La (5,535m), Cho La (5,420m), Renjo La (5,360m), Ama Dablam Base Camp, Everest Base Camp (5,364m), Kala Patthar(5550m), and Gokyo Ri (5,360m) all above 5000m.

  • You will be walking on glaciers including Imja Glacier, Khumbu Glacier, and Nepal’s longest glacier, Ngozumpa Glacier.

  • Visit Namche, the Sherpa capital.

  • Visit the world famous Tengboche Buddhist Monastery- the largest monastery in Khumbu known as Dawa Choling Gompa.

  • From Kala Patthar, enjoy the sunrise and get lost in the panoramic views of Everest, Lhotse, and Nuptse.

  • Closest view of Mt. Everest and Khumbu icefall from Everest base camp,

  • The frozen Cholachen lake in the shade of Mt. Taboche.

  • Incredible views of Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Makalu and Gokyo lake from Gokyo Ri, a well-known viewpoint offering a unique view of the mountain’s cape and Gokyo valley.

  • Mountains that will be seen during this trek are- Mt. Everest, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Makalu, Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Pumori, Kantega, Thamserku, Tawoche, Kusum Kanguru.

 

           Is this trek appropriate for you?

 

  • This trek takes 20 days of tough trekking. You’ll be trekking for 3 to 9 hours every day, reaching elevations of over 5,000 meters at times. We cannot overestimate the importance of being in excellent physical shape and health, which requires training prior to your trip to ensure that you are properly prepared.

  • If you’re looking for a challenging trekking experience, this is the trek for you. It is encouraged, but not needed, that you have prior high-altitude trekking experience.

  • The weather in the Himalayas can be unpredictable, and every year many flights to or from Lukla are delayed or canceled because of weather conditions, so you should plan accordingly.

  • The path twists and turns through challenging terrain. Kala Patthar, at 5,550 meters, is the highest point. Because of the weather, roughness, and high altitude of this trek, it’s necessary to take it carefully and stay hydrated.

  • The teahouses, or trekking lodges, where we stay on the trek are very basic, with just basic services. Hot water may not be accessible at all times and may be charged extra, as will access to electrical outlets for charging electronics. Wi-Fi is available in some areas, although the quality of the connection may be poor.

Itinerary 

Days 

                            Activities 

Duration 

1.

Arrival at TIA Kathmandu (1,350m/4,429ft)

2.

Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding (2,800m/9,187ft)

3-4 hrs 

3.

Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3,438m/11,280ft) 

5-6 hrs 

4.

Acclimatization day at Namche Bazaar (3,438m/11,280ft)

5.

Trek from Namche Bazaar to Pangboche (3,930m/ 12,893.7) 

7-8 hrs 

6. 

Trek to Ama Dablam Base camp and Come Back to Pangboche (4,600m/ 15,091.86ft)

6-7 hrs 

7.

Trek from Pangboche to Dingboche (4,410m/ 14,469ft) 

4-5 hrs

8.

Acclimatization Day at Dingboche (4,410m/ 14,469ft)

9.

Trek from Dingboche to Chukkung (4,730m/ 15,518ft) 

3-4 hrs

10.

Trek from Chukkung to Lobuche via Kongma La Pass (4,910m/ 16,109ft) 

8-9 hrs 

11.

Trek from Lobuche to Gorak shep and hike to EBC (5,140m/ 16,864ft) 

7-8 hrs

12.

Hike from Gorak shep to Kala Pathar and Trek to Dzongla (4,830m/15,879ft)

6-7hrs 

13. 

Trek from Dzongla to Thaknak via Cho La Pass (4,680m/ 15,354ft) 

7-8 hrs

14.

Trek from Thaknak to Gokyo (4,790m/15,715ft) and hike to Thonak Tsho

4-5 hrs 

15.

Hike from Gokyo to Gokyo Ri (5,360m/ 17,585ft) 

3-4 hrs 

16.

Trek from Gokyo to Lumde (4,368m/ 14,331ft) via Renjo La Pass

7-8 hrs

17.

Trek from Lumde to Namche Bazaar (3,440m/ 11,286ft) 

7-8 hrs 

18.

Trek from Namche Bazaar to Lukla (2,840m/ 9,318ft) 

6-7 hrs 

19. 

Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu (1,350m/4,429ft)

30mins 

20.

Final Departure 


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Day To Day Itinerary

  • Departure from: Kathmandu, Nepal
  • Arrival On: Kathmandu, Nepal

Day 1

When you arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) at Kathmandu, you’ll be greeted by a warm smile. Our representative will meet you at the airport and bring you to the hotel. Make your way to the hotel and check-in. In the evening, our guide will meet you and give you a brief outline of the trip. Staying at the hotel for dinner and the night.

Day 2

Early morning, we will have our breakfast and move to airport for the flight to Lukla. The 30-minute flight from Kathmandu to Lukla is an experience in itself, with spectacular views of the Everest region and a makeup landing on a steep hill runway. After meeting and greeting our team, we’ll begin our walk by following a well-marked trail up the Dudh Koshi Valley to Phakding. Passing through the villages of Khumbu region, we will get our Khumbu PasangLhamu Rural Municipality permit at the entrance gate of the first village that we enter in Khumbu region on the way to Phakding. Phakding is a little settlement of Sherpa on the banks of the gorgeous Dudh Koshi River. Staying at the lodge for dinner and the night.

Day 3

After a good breakfast, we’ll move towards Namche Bazzar. Today we will walk for 5-6 hours. We cross and re-cross the river on high bridges from Phakding. The Sagarmatha National Park begins beyond Monjo. The Park plays an important role in preserving ecological diversity as well as unusual flora and wildlife of the Everest region. When we arrive at Jorsalle checkpoint register your Sagarmatha National Park Permit. We then climb steeply to Namche, catching our first sight of Mt Everest from Topdanda if the weather allows. Ascending through the forest, crossing the suspension bridges including Hillary Suspension bridge in Larcha dovan over the Dudh Koshi river we reach Namche bazzar. The largest trading village in Khumbu, the capital of Sherpa- Namche Bazaar, features a lively Saturday market.  Staying at the lodge for dinner and the night.

Day 4

Today is our day of rest to allow our body to get used to with the altitude. Namche is situated between two ridges and is home to a wide variety of lodges, tea shops, and souvenir shops. Today, we’ll hike up to the Everest View Hotel at 3,880 meters for our first look at Ama Dablam and Mount Everest. This hike will help our acclimatization greatly by staying true to the ‘hike top, take naps low’ principle. Set out on an acclimatization hike to the Sherpa Cultural Museum, Namche Monastery and National Park Office. You can also hike to Syangboche Airport. Explore around the café and restaurants, gear shops in Namche.

Staying at the lodge for dinner and the night.

Day 5

Today, after breakfast in Namche, we will walk to Pangboche via. Tengboche. Today we’ll be walking for 7-8 hours and covering 13 kilometers. The trail up to Tengboche isn’t too difficult. As we get closer to the top, the path becomes more divided, and you may

find yourself on a trail other than the “official” trekking route, but they all eventually connect and lead you to the same location. Tengboche is a small village in comparison to Namche, but it offers spectacular views of Ama Dablam and Mt. Everest. Having a short visit at Tengboche historical monastery we will move forward. Ascending through sloping up and down trail and a crossing of the Imja River, you arrive at Pangboche- the highest permanent settlement in the Khumbu region. Staying at the lodge for dinner and the night.

Day 6

Finishing your breakfast, today we’ll hike to beautiful Ama Dablam Base Camp. The mountain is called Ama dablam because its long ridges on each side resemble the arms of a mother (Ama) protecting her child, and the hanging glacier resembles the Dablam, the traditional double pendant containing images of the gods worn by Sherpa women.

We’ll cross the Imja Khola river before beginning your climb to Ama Dablam. We will be walking for 6 to 7 hours covering 10 km.  This is an incredible trek because you leave almost all other trekkers behind and visit trails that are far less explored. Walk in the flat trail along the yaks, Rizzoo and mules. Take in the incredible views of Mt. Ama Dablam, click some photos and return down the trail back to your starting point Pangboche. Staying at the lodge for dinner and the night.

Day 7

After breakfast, we’ll depart for Dingboche. Dingboche is the last Sherpa village of Khumbu region. We’ll be walking for 4-5 hours today, covering 6 km. Today’s hike is highlighted by sightings of the majestic Ama Dablam as well as more wildlife mountain sheep and their young. As you climb higher, the vegetation becomes limited, and the landscape becomes deserted. The tree line has faded away. Staying at the lodge for dinner and the night.

Day 8

Today is another day of Acclimatization. We will leave for the excursion after waking up early in the morning to a blue sky and a beautiful mountain view.  The schedule is to hike up to Nagarjun (5100m) and then return to Dingboche. On a slope, today’s hike will take about 4 hours. There is no need to rush; take your time. The plan is to go as far as we can before heading back down. The road up to Nagarjun is very steep, but the higher you go, the more you see. Staying at the lodge for dinner and the night. 

Day 9

After finishing your breakfast, depart for Chukkung. We will walk for 3-4 hours and cover 4.5km. As we begin our trek to Chukhung, take in the views of Mt. Ama Dablam, Tawache, Chalotse, and the Nuptse-Lhotse ridge. This trail winds through stone-walled fields and the Imja Khola valley before entering glacier moraines surrounded by towering Himalayas. As today we will be walking for 3-4hrs only we have an optional hike to Chukkung Ri. But we have to save our energy for tomorrow, as tomorrow we will cross the Kongma la pass and have to walk for 8-9 hours. Staying at the lodge for dinner and the night. 

Day 10

After enjoying breakfast leave Chukkung. The path to the Kongma La (5,535 m) is the least traveled pass of the classic three passes above the Khumbu Galcier in the Khumbu region, offers a magnificent view of Mt. Everest, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Makalu. The route between Chukhung and Lobuche crossing the Kogma la Pass is intensive and very challenging. You will be walking for 8 to 10 hours covering 11km.  This pass provides unrivaled views of Ama Dablam, widely regarded as one of the most beautiful mountains in Khumbu.  Staying at the lodge for dinner and the night. 

Day 11

After we finish our breakfast leave for Gorakshep. We’ll be walking for 7-8 hours covering 12 kilometers. It’s at a very high altitude, so take your time getting there in the days before to ensure you’re properly acclimatized. Walk along the magnificent Khumbu Glacier. The barren landscape, dotted with frozen chunks of ice, snow, dirt, and pebbles, and rocks feels supernatural. On reaching Gorakshep, have lunch. Taking some rest get ready to hike to EBC, the ultimate destination for many trekkers. The trail crosses the Khumbu Glacier to EBC. After spending some time in EBC and clicking some photos return back to Gorakshep. Staying at the lodge for dinner and the night. 

Day 12

Early in the morning, head for Kala Pathar, where you will be treated to a spectacular sunrise over the Himalayas, as well as incredible views of Mount Everest, Pumori, Nuptse, Lhotse, and other peaks. The golden glow of the early morning sun revealing the snow-covered summits is a sight you’ll never forget. Head down to Gorakshep for breakfast, then leave for Dzongla. Dzongla is the small village between Cho la pass and Lobuche. We will be walking for 4-5 hours covering 12 kilometers from Gorakshep. From Dzongla you can get a slight view of Cholatse Lake. Staying at the lodge for dinner and the night.

Day 13

On this day, we will hike from Dzongla to Thaknak over Cho-La Pass, which will take approximately 7 to 8 hours. We’ll begin our trip on flat ground before ascending steeply to the icy routes of Cho-La Pass, which run beside the Cho-La glaciers. You will need ice crampons to cross the Chola Pass. Cho-La Pass (5420 m) is one of the trail’s most difficult mountain passes. To get to Phedi, you must descend the trail. After that, we continue downhill to Thanak (4650 m). In Thaknak, you’ll spend the night in a teahouse.

Day 14

We begin our trip towards Gokyo and explore Fifth Lake after breakfast. Begin your 3 to 4-hour adventure walking to the glacier route from Thaknak. Crossing the Ngozumpa Glacier from there it takes 2hrs to reach Gokyo. The Ngozumpa Glacier begins on Tibet’s Cho Oyu and flows down to Nepal. This hike follows the Dudh Koshi River over flat terrain.

On arrival at Gokyo, you will be welcomed by the Gokyo valley surrounded by the mountain peaks and pristine blue third Gokyo lake- Gokyo cho also called “Dudh Pokhari” which is the main lake of Gokyo Lakes. Check- in and after short rest we will go for hike to the 5th and 4th lake of Gokyo lake (i.e., Ngozumpa Cho and Thonak cho). The 5th and 4th lake of Gokyo Lakes lies in the Upper Gokyo. Walking for about 2 hrs to the north side of Gokyo valley we will reach the 4th lake. Then following the trail of the fourth lake, we will get to the Fifth Lake through a short ascent. In the 5 min distance in the east of Ngozumpa Cho there is Scoundrel’s Viewpoint. It is the most less visited deserted place of Gokyo valley. From there you can get the full view of 4th and 5th Gokyo lake and view of 4 highest mountains (Mt. Everest, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Lhotse) including the Tibetan side of Mt. Everest and other mountains (Nuptse, Makalu). View from this point is full of rocks and ice. Spending some time there and clicking photos head back to Gokyo valley. Dinner and Staying at a local teahouse for the night.

Day 15

To catch the sunrise view from Gokyo Ri (5360 m), we will begin our climb early because the walk from Gokyo takes between 2 to 3 hours. The trail ascends a high slope across tough, uneven terrain. During the sunrise experience the breathtaking scenery of the aqua Gokyo Lakes shining like a million diamonds and a 360-degree Mountainous panoramic view that includes Cho Oyu, Mount Everest, Makalu, and Tibetan peaks. The north-face of the Mt. Everest, which is in Tibetan side, can also be seen from Gokyo Ri peak. In a continuous line, the Ngozumba glacier surrounds the Khumbu glacier. From this viewpoint, the 1st, 2nd, 3rd Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo valley are clearly visible. The view from Gokyo Ri is absolutely picterous. Take as many as photos as you can. We will hike back to Gokyo, taking in the scenic views of snow-capped mountains. During the day you can do a full kora of Gokyo Cho, which take about 2-2.5 hrs. In Gokyo, we’ll spend the night in a teahouse.

Day 16

Breakfast is served with a view of the gorgeous Gokyo Lake. The hike begins before daybreak to passes through Renjo La Pass (5360m) because the wind gets stronger in the passes during the mid-day. Following the Gokyo Valley downhill trail, then turn left off the main trail to reach the pass. After a careful trek via a glacier on a frozen trail, we will reach the summit of Renjo La Pass. Wear ice crampons to cross the pass. You will have an incredible view of the Khumbu Himalaya from the top. Today’s walk will last 7 to 8 hours covering11.5 kilometers. Then, following the trail on the east side of the Bhote Khosi River, with the gently descend of the trail we’ll get to Lumde. In Lumde, spend the night.

Day 17

After having breakfast we’ll head towards Nmache Bazzar via Thame. The walking path from Lumde to Thame follows a centuries-old trading route utilized by Tibetan traders. After crossing the Bhote Khosi River, descend to Taranga. The trail then follows the Bhote Koshi River till it reaches Thame village. Visit Thame Monastery, one of the Khumbu region’s largest monasteries. We’ll walk for 7 to 8 hours covering 18 kilometers. On the way to Namche Bazaar, you’ll pass prayer flags, Mani walls, Gompas, Chortens, and beautiful Sherpa communities. Namche Bazaar is where you’ll spend the night.

Day 18

We’ll leave for Lukla after having breakfast. Leaving the Namche Bazaar and beauty of Khumbu region behind where you spend your 16 amazing days with those mountains is not a nice feeling. Pass through various small towns after crossing the Hillary Suspension Bridge. You will arrive in Jorsalle in around 2 and a half hours. Then journey down to Phakding, traversing bridges along the way. Lunch will be served in Phakding, after which we will hike for two hours up and down the hill to reach Lukla. Lukla is where we will spend the night. Have a get-together with the local crew in the evening to celebrate the end of your Everest circuit trip. Dinner and overnight at the lodge. 

Day 19

After a heartly breakfast move to airport. Take a flight from Lukla to Kathmandu. From above, take in the panorama of the Himalayas. On arrival at Kathmandu airport, you will be collected up by our agency car or van and escorted to the hotel. You are free for the rest of the day. You may take a walk in Kathmandu’s valley or stroll around the street of Thamel. Kathmandu offer you many things to do and many places to visit. Have a farewell dinner with your trekking team and spend the night in the hotel.

Day 20

The 20-day journey has come to a conclusion. Today is your last day in Kathmandu. Our representative will have a short discussion on the trip and take your feedback after a hearty breakfast. Following this session, he will drive you to the airport in our private transportation 3 hours before your trip.

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Route Map

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Altitude Map

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What's Included

  • Arrival & Departure: Airport – Hotel transfer – Airport (Pick Up and Drop).

  • Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu: 2nights at Star categories hotel on twin sharing on BB basis.

  • Welcome Dinner and farewell dinner at Nepali culture restaurant in Kathmandu with Office’s Staffs.

  • All government and local taxes if necessary.

  • Permits: All necessary paper works: Sagarmatha National Park permit & Khumbu Rural Municipality entry fee.

  • Insurance: Insurance for all involved Nepalese staffs during the trek.

  • Trekking Map: Everest Region Trekking map.

  • Member transportation: – Air Transportation: (Domestic Flight) Fly from Kathmandu – Lukla and while returning Lukla.

  • Food & Lodging: 3 meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) along with accessible accommodation, twin sharing at Hotel/Lodge/teahouse during the trek.

  • Drinking water: 2 liters boiled water to carry on thermos per day per member.

  • Guide: Government licensed Guide (English speaking) during the trek. 

  • Porter: Porters (2 trekkers: 1 porter) up to 15kg during the trek.

  • Comprehensive Medical kit.


What's Not Included

  • Air Fare: International flight airfare (from and to Kathmandu).

  • Nepal entry Visa fee.

  • Extra night in Kathmandu: Extra nights’ expenses in Kathmandu. In case of early arrival or late departure, early return from Trekking (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary.

  • Insurance: Travel and high-altitude insurance. *Mandatory

  • Rescue Evacuation: Medical and emergency rescue evacuation cost if required. (Rescue, Repatriation, Helicopter, Medication, Medical Tests and Hospitalization costs).

  • Personal Expenses: Telephone calls, Internet, Toiletries, battery recharge, hot shower, laundry, soft drinks, beer and any alcoholic beverages.

  • Personal Equipment: Clothing, Packing Items or Bags, Personal Medical Kit, Personal Trekking equipment. 

  • $ USD for extra per porter per day (If extra porter demanded).


Equipment List

What to bring ?
  • Airport pick up & drop off service in a private vehicle

  • 3-star Deluxe accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast

  • All ground transportation by comfortable private vehicle as per the itinerary

  • Airport pick up & drop off service in a private vehicle

  • Best available clean and comfortable Tea house accommodation during the trek

  • Highly experienced, English-speaking, government-licensed, trained in first-aid Trek Leader (Guide)

General
  • Trekking sticks

  • Quick-drying pants and shorts

  • Rainwear (jacket and pants)

  • Airport pick up & drop off

  • Best available clean and comfortable Tea

  • Highly experienced, English-speaking,

Clothing

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Accomodation

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Meals

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Dates And Prices

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The ideal season to travel

January: 

Nepal’s trekking off-season is in full effect in January, with low tourist numbers across the nation. The spectacular views and the fact that you’ll have the trails to yourself make this a surprisingly fantastic time to walk across the Gokyo Lake if you’re prepared for chilly temperatures.

February: 

While much of Nepal remains freezing in early February, the temperature begins to rise later in the month. The mountains are still cold, and there will be snow, but winter is coming to an end. The average February temperature in Namche Bazaar (11,290 feet/3440 meters) is 43°F (6°C), which isn’t too cold but certainly not warm. Since winter is the off-season, finding a bed in the teahouses that are open throughout the Everest region should be simple.

March:

March marks the start of spring, one of Nepal’s two high seasons. While temperatures in the mountains will likely remain chilly, and snow will likely remain in certain areas, pathways will begin to soften. In March, trekkers returned in greater numbers, and there are numerous reasons for this. While March isn’t as crowded as April, the normal Everest Base Camp (EBC) route soon overflows during this season.

April: 

April, as of March, is a popular trekking month in Nepal. The monsoon rains are still some weeks away, and temperatures are normally pleasant or at least not too chilly in the high Himalayas. In April, temperatures in the Himalayas are still cooler: 34°F (1°C) to 53°F (12°C) in Namche Bazaar (11,290 feet/3440 meters), an important destination on the EBC climb. At higher elevations, temperatures will be cooler. As Everest region is the region of Buddhist culture, you can get to see Buddha Jayanti celebration in the monasteries, that falls on the end of April.

May: 

May marks the beginning of the Everest climbing season, as weather conditions on the mountain are most ideal at this time of year, although these conditions are very different from what normal trekkers will find at lower altitudes. Although the number of trekkers in Nepal decreases in May as humidity and temperatures rise in preparation for the monsoon season, the trail to EBC is an exception. During May -July you can see red, blue, purple, and yellow rhododendrons beyond the trek from Namche.

June: 

By mid-June, monsoon rains had arrived, and most trekkers had left the paths. The conclusion of the Everest-climbing season normally occurs in the first half of the month. However, even once the rains begin, it hardly ever rains all day every day, so if you’re prepared for rainy weather and understand that humidity and rain clouds may hamper your views, June isn’t a bad month to trek in the Everest Region. Furthermore, the higher you climb in height, the less probable it is that it will rain. The most important festival of Sherpas, “Dumji festival” falls during the end of June or early July.

July:
In July, Nepal’s high rainfall keeps most trekkers off the trails. However, individuals who are well-prepared with good rain gear and are willing to accept some potential travel delays can still enjoy their climb to Everest Base Camp. In July, the temperature in Namche Bazaar is pleasant, with an average high of 60°F (16°C). The further you travel into the mountains, the cooler it gets and the less rain you get, however, it will almost surely pour at lower elevations. There’s also a danger of mudslides and landslides disrupting hiking trails.

August: 

The monsoon season in Nepal begins in mid-June and lasts until mid-September. In July and August, the Everest Region, like the rest of the country, receives the most yearly rainfall. It also has the hottest temperatures; while the high Himalaya is never ‘hot,’ normal highs in August in Namche Bazaar are around 60°F (16°C). 

The higher you go into the mountains, the cooler it gets and the less rain there is. In August, there’s also a danger that landslides would close hiking routes and make paths muddy.

September:

By mid-to-late September, the monsoon rains will have passed, and the weather will be suitable for trekking in Nepal once more. Even though excessive humidity may hide some mountain views, there’s still a possibility to see amazing views early in the morning. In addition, in September, the popular Everest region trek is less crowded than later in the autumn season.

October: 

The month of October is the busiest for trekkers in Nepal. The weather is quite stable, with a clean, rain-free sky providing superb mountain views. However, crowds are at an all-time high, with the Everest region Trek being the most popular in the country. When visiting the Everest region in October, it is critical to plan properly far ahead as possible. In late Oct or early Nov full-moon, people in Everest region celebrate the famous 19 day long colorful festival “Mani Rimdu” in Tengboche Monastery, but the last 3 days of this festival is only open for public.

November: 

In November, there is extremely little possibility of rain in the Everest region—it is the driest month of the year. This means that humidity is at an all-time low, and the chances of seeing clear mountain views are greater than at any other time of year. Temperatures are a few degrees lower than they were in October, with a low of 26°F (-3°C) in Namche Bazaar (11,290 feet/3440 meters) with a high of 48°F (9°C) on average. Temperatures will be even cooler at higher elevations. However, given the low chance of rain and clear skies, November is the greatest month of the year to hike to Everest in terms of weather.

December: 

As winter approaches, the trekking trails become empty except for the most courageous adventurers. However, if you’re properly equipped for cold temperatures, December is a great season to walk to Everest Base Camp.  The weather in December isn’t quite as freezing as it is in January, but the difference isn’t significant. This month, the average high in Namche Bazaar is 44°F (7°C), while the average low is 21°F (-6°C). Because Namche is only 11,290 feet (3,440 meters) above sea level, temperatures will be much cooler higher up.


Altitude sickness 

Beyond 2,500m (8,000ft), Altitude sickness is a tricky enemy that may attack even the fittest trekkers. These demands doing everything in your power to prepare for altitude trekking and taking things carefully throughout your Everest region journey. With increasing altitude, the amount of available oxygen decreases, which is the primary cause of high-altitude sickness. All the Everest’s three passes are located at an elevation of over 5,000 meters above sea level, where the atmosphere is low of oxygen, wind gets stronger, and air is thin making breathing difficult. You may suffer from different altitude sickness in the altitude of 5,550m (Kala Patthar) i.e., Acute Mountain sickness (AMS), High pulmonary edema (HAPE), High-altitude cerebral edema.

The Everest 3 passes trek is a high-altitude trek that needs proper acclimatization. Your body requires time to adjust to thin air, so start at a lower altitude and work your way up. Some of the symptoms of Altitude sickness are: 

  •   Increased breathing.

  •   Increased urination.

  •   Restless sleep.

  •   Periodic breathing at night because of altitude.

  •   Dehydration.

  •   Shortness of breath.

  •   Extreme fatigue.

  •   Respiratory failure.

  •   Cerebral edema.

  •   Coma.

Certain care should be made to ensure that the situation does not worsen. However, if the symptoms worsen, you may need to return to a lower height and seek medical help. There are, however, several other precautions you may take while trekking in the Everest region to lessen your risk of altitude sickness.

  • Trekkers can modify their bodies by slowly and gradually climbing, as our bodies require time to adjust to the oxygen level. At least one day of acclimatization rest is required for high altitude trekking, and you should go as high as possible before returning to a lower height for the night.

  • You should do various strength training exercises such as running, cycling, jogging, push-ups and going to the gym to acquire strength and stamina for your adventure.

  • As the air gets increasingly thin, an increase in elevation reduces oxygen levels, and in the Everest region trek, an increase in altitude also means less vegetation. The consumption of alcoholic beverages, cigarettes, and tobacco decreases the body’s water content.

  • The greatest remedy is to always stay hydrated. On your walk, instead of drinking cooled water, drink warm water.

  • Diamox is the most effective altitude sickness medication; thus, you should bring a subscription with you on the trek. However, you should consult with your physician to see whether it is advantageous.

  • Avoid sleeping pills to treat insomnia because they suppress breathing,

  • If symptoms get worsen, do not travel any higher and consider descending to a lower altitude (approximately 300-600m). but if descent is not possible, a portable hyperbaric chamber (Gamow bag) can be used to stimulate a lower altitude.


Things to known before travelling to Everest region

Drinking-Water

Especially for trekkers, it is very necessary to hydrate your body at a higher altitude than in lower elevations to avoid dehydration and altitude sickness. Lack of fluid can be the main hindrance during the trek. You should hydrate your body with at least 3-4 liters of water on a daily basis (Tea, soup, or normal drinking water). Throughout the trek, you will come across tap and spring water, but it is not safe to drink without purifying it. You can buy the plastic bottle water in the teahouses but get expensive as you climb in the higher altitude, and it causes pollutes the local ecosystem, therefore we recommend you to use a Reusable water bottle or water pouch favorable for both hot and cold water.

During this trek you may have to pay from 1$ to 5$ (at Gorakshep) for a sealed bottle of water. Here are some ways that you can use to make the water drinkable.

1. Boiled water

Boiling water is the best way to purify the water. As we are climbing to a higher altitude you need to boil the water for about 3-minute and season it with a pinch of salt before drinking. You can get free cold water in the teahouse but for boiled water, it cost around 1-2$ per liter and 3$- 10$ for large pot.

2. Purification tablets or electrolyte powder.

Purification tablets like chlorine or iodine tablets are commonly used tablets by trekkers to disinfect the water. 1 tablet is enough for a liter of water. It takes around 30 min for the tablets to dissolve and become drinkable. Water purify by tablets may leave a taste in your mouth.

Electrolyte powder is another option. Electrolyte powder is a better way to purify water than tablets because electrolyte powder contains minerals such as salt, Potassium, Magnesium, which are important for your body during the trek. 

3. UV Light water purifier/ SteriPEN.

It is a simple, effective, economic and environment-friendly way to purify water. It kills the bacteria and virus within 10 sec by exposing them to ultraviolent light using Steripen, without changing the flavor of water. This is highly recommended method of purifying water.


Electricity and Internet facility at Everest Region.

Electricity facility.

Despite the challenging geography and weather conditions, the Everest region has been able to provide electricity and access to the Internet. 

The lower Everest region (Lukla, Phakding, Namche, Pangboche) is hydroelectrically powered, thus you can enjoy free electricity and internet service but as you climb up to the higher part of Everest Region, they rely on solar power electricity so there will be no charging socket in your room. There is a commonplace for charging usually in dining area, and you will be charged extra from the use of electricity for charging on different bases and voltage of your device.

Charging a mobile phone cost 1.5$- 5$ per hour (from Dingboche onward)

Internet Facility and Service

Internet and network facility is needed to contact your family, friends, employee, to post updates and upload photos during the trek. 

Everest link has been providing an internet facility throughout the Everest region. 

You can purchase an Everest Link WI-FI card at the lodges and use the Everest Link hotspots to connect to the internet anywhere on the path within Everest Region.

Cost of Everest Link WI-FI card:

-10GB= NRP 2000/ 17$

-20GB= NRP 3000/ 25$ 

(Valid for 30 days)

NCell and NTC cellular service has  been providing the network and internet facilities in Everest Region. You can buy the NCell or NTC sim card from the stores either in Kathmandu for 1$ or in Lukla and Namche Bazaar for 3$-4$. By taking data packages you can use the internet from NCell and NTC up to Tengboche. NTC network service is also available in Gorak shep.

NTC cellular service is most preferred over NCell. NTC provides good services and connectivity, comparison to NCell.

Buy NTC data package

Dial*1415# 

Cost of data package in NTC:

-14GB=7$

(Valid up to 28days

-30GB=15$

(Valid up to 90 days)

Check balance

Dial*1415#

 

Buy NCell data package

Dial*17123# 

Cost of data package in NCell:

-15GB=10$

-25GB= 12$

(Valid up to 30 days)

Check balance

Dial *101#

Document needed to buy a sim card.

For foreigner = 1 passport size photo, Passport photocopy, or valid identity card.

For Nepali = 1 Passport size Photo, Photocopy of Citizenship.

Some useful tips to reduce the use of electricity.

  • Extra batteries for the camera.

  • Power bank with 5000-10000mAh.

  • The solar charger and solar lamp (LuminAID Lamp).

  • As possible less usage of a device with low brightness, GPS, and WI-FI off.


Essential Backpack items for Everest 3 High Passes Trek.

The bag of a trekker also reveals the trekker’s level of experience. A good trekker should be a smart backpacker. You should be pre-prepared for the things that you need in the trek. 

Here are some of the things that you need to take with you for the trek.

Travel documents

  • Airline tickets with the itinerary.

  • Travel insurance policy documents.

  • Valid passport.

  • Copies of passport.

  • Passport-sized photos.

  • Nepalese cash.

  • Travel permits.

Clothing

  • A pair of waterproof trekking shoes or hiking boots.

  • A pair of flip flop slippers or running shoes.

  • 2 sets of thermals (leggings and tops)

  • 5-6 pairs of hiking long sleeve shirts or tops.

  • 3 pairs of hiking shorts and pants.

  • 3 fleece jumpers or a set of tracksuits.

  • Good quality windproof down jacket.

  • Lightweight waterproof rain jacket and pants.

  • Neck gaiter, leg warmer, and packet of pocket hand warmers.

  • 4-5 pairs of quick-dry socks, underwear, sports bra.

  • Pair of inner and outer gloves.

  • Knitted Hat, sun cap, beanie, or bandana.

  • Glacier Sunglasses and eyeshade.

Trekking equipment

  • Waterproof trekking bag of 40-50liter and Rucksack of duffel bag (if your backpack is not enough for all your item and need a potter).

  • Reusable water bottle (both hot and cold) of at least 1-2litre.

  • A sleeping bag and sleeping bag liner.

  • Trekking stick/ poles.

  • Pair of ice crampon.

  • LED Headtorch or solar lamp (LuminAID lamp).

  • Stuff sacks, plastic bags.

  • Plug adapter, Charging appliances, power bank, batteries.

  • Pocket knife.

  • Travel Wallet.

Toiletries

  • Rolls of Toilet paper, wet wipes, and tissue.

  • Medium-sized quick-drying towel.

  • Toothbrush and toothpaste.

  • Hand sanitizer.

  • Sunscreen, lip balm, body lotions.

  • Deodorants.

  • Portable mirror.

  • Shampoo and soap.

Personal First Aid Kit

  • Antibiotics

  • Painkillers, Paracetamol, ibuprofen, aspirin, Nicole

  • Sanitary pads

  • Bandage.

  • Anti-inflammatory spray.

  • Anti-Nausea tablets.

  • Anti-diarrhea pills or power.

  • Altitude sickness tablets.

  • Water purifying tablets or electrolyte powder.

  • Mosquito and Insect Repellent.

  • Salt or anti leech oil (If travelling in rainy season, July- Aug)

  • Earplugs

You can buy or hire trekking cloths and equipment in Kathmandu. If you are buying it, you have to allow an extra day for shopping; however, if you are hiring it, you must inform us in advance so that we can arrange it before your arrival in Kathmandu. This way you can reduce the weight of your luggage and save time and money.

Branded trekking clothes and equipment are available around Thamel area in a reasonable price.

Note Kathmandu- Lukla flight has a luggage allowance of 15 – 20 kg per person. For extra baggage, they charge 2$ – 3$ per kg. So, you can wear your trekking boots and jacket to reduce the weight. Have a hand carry bag for your passport, money, medicine, and pair of clothing. You can leave some unnecessary item in hotel at Kathmandu also.


Guide and Staff Arrangements

Throughout the trek, all your activities will be handled by our well-qualified and professional staff. We will do all the escorting. We are providing you a highly experienced and licensed local Sherpa guide with fluent English speaking and has excellent communication skills. We will accompany you from Kathmandu and guide you throughout your journey. Each group of 4-5 trekkers will be assigned an assistant guide, as well as a porter for two trekkers (2*15kg =30kg). If your luggage weight more than 15kg you will be provided a porter individually but you will be charged of 2 people.

All our lead guide, assistant guides, and potters are well professional and experienced. So, we hope for your respect and cooperation with us throughout the trek.


A typical day on the Everest 3 passes trek.

Every day will begin with the ringing of your alarm clock at 6 a.m. and a knock on your door from your guide with the invitation of breakfast. Get up, have breakfast, pack your backpack and get ready to start your day’s walk by 7 a.m. We need to start our trek early to avoid the scorching sun as in midafternoon the wind gets stronger compared to morning in higher altitude and the passes.

You’ll wander along trail enjoying the scenery, clicking photos, creating memories, passing by other travelers, interacting with your guide, hearing each other’s stories. Lunch will be served at a local teahouse in the late afternoon (1-2 am). Having lunch and an hour of rest, we will proceed to the day’s final destination as per the itinerary.

On arrival at the destination, check into your accommodation. Get freshen up and some rest. As every teahouse where we stay has a large common dining area with a wood- burning stove in the center, there you will get to meet other travelers. You can sit there, laugh at each other stories, play cards, sing songs, play music, and have a good time. This will help you forgot all the tiredness of the day. Later at the evening you will have your dinner together. After dinner, your guide will give some short briefing about next day’s trek regarding when you must get up, when we have to start our trek next day, where we will stay the next day, how many hours we have to walk and so on.

You will walk for minimum 3hrs to maximum 9hrs during this trek in a day. During the acclimatization day, hike around the small peak or viewpoints. At night enjoy the view of sparkling stars floating in the clear sky above the freezing cold wind. The pristine blue and green water of Gokyo lakes, colorful magical sunset and panoramic view of mountains from Gokyo Ri, Ngozumpa Glacier, walk on the 3 ices passes, the reflection of Ama Dablam in Cholachen lake, Sunrises view from Kala Patthar, Hike to the Everest Base camp, Hike to the Mt. Ama Dablam Base Camp, will be your lifetime memory. Every stop might not be iconic but these 20 days trek of Everest 3 high passes aka. Everest circuit trek will give you unforgettable emotions. Your hard walk will be paid off on reaching each destination with lifelong memories. 


Nepal Tourist Visa and permits details

Visa procedure.

To travel Nepal, you’ll need a tourist visa that is valid for the period of your stay in Nepal. Better, if you have a tourist visa valid for at least 2 months because anything can happen during the trip and staying in Nepal after your visa expires would result in you paying a penalty.  Apply for a visa at your nearest Embassy of Nepal or obtain an On-Arrival visa at immigration in Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu. But it’s better to contact your nearest Nepalese Embassy.

Here are the documents that you need, to apply for the tourist visa.

  • The Tourist Visa Application Form for Nepal (Fully completed online and printed)

  • Original Passport with at least 2 blank pages and validity of at least 6 months.

  • Photocopies of your passport’s personal information page.

  • At least 2 recent passport-sized photos of yourself with white background.

  • Proof of accommodation in Nepal.

  • Valid travel and return flight tickets.

  • A bank statement from the last 3 months with a minimum closing balance of NPR2,00,000.

  • Receipt of the visa fee for Nepal.

Note: 15 days visa cost USD 30. Our trip is of 20 days, so apply for 30 days tourist visa that costs USD 50.


Entry permits and Requirements

The Entry permits that you need for the trekking in the Everest region are;

Trekking permits 

Foreign Nationals

SAARC Nationals

Nepali Citizens

1

Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit

NPR 2,000  per person (for the first 4 weeks)

NPR 2,500  per person (beyond 4 weeks)

NPR 2,000  per person (for the first 4 weeks)

NPR 2,500  per person (beyond 4 weeks)

NPR 2,000  per person (for the first 4 weeks)

NPR 2,500  per person (beyond 4 weeks)

2

Sagarmatha National Park Permit

NPR 3,000 per person per entry + 13% vat.

(Approx. 34$)

NPR 1,500 per person per entry +13% vat

(Approx. 15$)

NPR 1,00 per person per entry +13% vat

(Approx. 1$)

Note- A Khumbu Rural Municipality Entrance permit must be obtained from the Rural Municipality desk at the Lukla checkpoint.

Permits for the Sagarmatha National Park can be obtained from the Nepal Tourism Board in Bhirkuti Mandap, Kathmandu and from the Sagarmatha National Park entrance gate at Monjo. To save time, we recommend that you obtain a Sagarmatha National Park Permit in Kathmandu.

For more information about trekking permits here the link.

( If you are travelling from travel/ trekking agency your agency will arrange all the Permits .

Documents required to get these Trekking permit.

  • Complete the form with your passport details.

  • 2 Passport size photo.

  • 2 Photocopy of passport valid for at least 6 months.

For more information contact us.


Travel Insurance

Trekking in Nepal is not less than an adventure and occasionally dangerous activity, especially at high altitudes. Trekkers must have travel insurance before visiting Nepal for trekking. During these 20 days trek for Everest 3 passes you might come across some physical injury, illness, sudden accident during the trek and all the medical expenses and loss has to be bear by yourselves.

So, you need to have a travel insurance that will cover all our risk up to the altitude of 5,600 m (Everest base camp).

You need to choose an insurance policy that cover all of your possible risks from the start of your journey to your final destination. The following threats should be covered by your travel insurance:

  • Cancellation of Domestic and International flights.

  • Lost and stolen of baggage and passport.

  • Hospital and Medical expenses (physical injury, Acute Mountain sickness, Altitude sickness, sudden accident)

  • Emergency rescue such as Helicopter.

  • All high-altitude trek dangers up to 5,600m.

You need to choose your travel insurance wisely so that, in the case of such incident, your travel insurance will cover the costs.

You can get your travel insurance in either your home country or Nepal. 


Responsible Travel

Everest region is not only the gateway to Mount Everest but is also the homeland of Sherpa. Besides being called the mountainous region, Everest region is also renowned for the Sherpa’s traditions, cultures, Tibetan culture, and eco-friendly environment. Gokoy valley is also one of the most popular destination of Everest Region because the world highest freshwater lake system i.e., Gokyo lakes, located in Gokyo valley. Gokyo lakes has both natural, religious, and spiritual importance. All travelers should travel responsibly in these regions. Majority of People in Everest region practice the Buddhism and Tibetan culture.

You have to respect the local people, their culture, religion and try to limit any harmful acts that will have an adverse impact their local culture and environment. You can learn some Nepali greetings words to greet them respectfully. We expect you to dispose the plastic garbage (food wrappers, plastic water bottles) properly. You might encounter many rare species (Lophophorus, Musk Deer, Himalayan Tahr, Blood Pleasant, Himalayan Monals, Martens, Tibetan Snowcock, Golden Eagle and some other) during this trek, you rather not disturbed them. While visiting the monasteries you have to follow the monastery’s norms. Ask for permission before entering and to click photo in any monasteries.

The people of Khumbu region are always in threat of outburst of Ngozumpa Glaciers. The glaciers in the Khumbu region are slowing melting over the years due to the global warming and some of the human activities. Though we can’t control the meltation process due to the global warming, but we can do some control over our activities to stop the climate change and control theses fast meltation of glaciers. Your one small step towards them can make a big impact and changes on them and their daily life.

Your responsible travel will help Nepal achieve long-term sustainable tourism.


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