The three peaks climbing package is a carefully curated adventurous trip ideal for those who are seeking to test their endurance in the Himalayas. Summiting the three high peaks in the Everest region is a challenging, demanding, and as well as a highly rewarding undertaking for any aspiring climber. The three peaks in the Everest Region, Pokalde Peak (5,806m), Island Peak (6189 m), and Lobuche East Peak (6119m) are the perfect starters for higher mountaineering. Each peak with its own identity, technicality, and attraction offers varied experiences of climbing in a single trip. Scaling three peaks in the Khumbu region is an achievement of a lifetime. Besides, it takes you to the hidden corners of the Khumbu region, away from the crowded trail. Crossing the Kongla Ma Pass, the Khumbu Glacier, and climbing on snow, ice and rocks are major activities on this trip.
Join us in this adventure and feel the true essence of being in the Himalayas, spending multiple nights in the laps of snowy peaks, walking continuously on snow and ice, climbing on the rocks, and crossing the Glaciers and crevasses. In addition, you will also be acquainted with the rich culture of Sherpas and Tibetans who reside in the Khumbu valley.
Our first peak will be “Island Peak”, also called “Imja Tse” in the local language. Island peak, named for its unique appearance like an island in the sea of ice, is relatively easier than our third peak, Lobuche East. But it certainly requires basic mountaineering experiences in high-altitude trekking. Proper physical fitness, stamina, and endurance are the keys to success at the High Altitude. Acclimatization is extremely necessary and will be strictly followed by our guides.
Then, we will head for an even easier peak of this trip, the Pokalde Peak. Situated 12 km southwest of Mt. Everest, Pokalde peak offers an amazing experience of peak climbing. Although shorter and easier without any technicalities, climbers will enjoy and admire every bit of this climb. The prospect of reaching 5,800 m to admire the beauty of giant peaks in the surrounding is what Pokalde peak offers.
After climbing two major peaks, we will then head towards Lobuche East Peak, the highest peak of all three. The major feature of the Lobuche East Peak is that it is an introductory peak to Himalayan Climbing which is doable in a comparatively shorter period of time. With fewer technical challenges and medium-level difficulty, Lobuche East Peak is suitable for those with good physical fitness and experience of high-altitude trekking.
If you are looking to step out for high altitude mountaineering and if your bucket list has the names of 8000ers, this trip for three peaks climbing in the Everest Region is the perfect trip for you.