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Everest Three High Pass Trek is the ultimate trek for thrill-seekers and adventurers in the Everest region. This is a physically demanding trek, so you must be physically fit, and previous trekking experience will be a bonus. In this trek, you will not only reach the Everest Base Camp but also pass through the three highest passes in the Khumbu region: Kongma La Pass (5,535/18,159ft) Chola Pass (5420m/17,782ft) Renjo La Pass (5,340m/17,520ft) The Everest Three Pass Trek is one of the most adventurous treks in the world that takes you deep into the Everest region. You get to see what lies around Everest, how the geography elevates to give rise to the world's highest mountain. After flying into Lukla, you will hike through stunning Namche, Tengboche, Dingboche and other equally beautiful mountain villages, filled with locals Sherpas who are famous for climbing the mountains. You will be able to experience their unique culture and lifestyle. If you’re only going to go to visit the Himalayas once in your lifetime if you are up for a challenge if you have previous multi-day hiking experience if you have time to spare then you need to do the Everest Three Pass Trek
The Island Peak Climb via EBC is a wonderful experience in Nepal. This trip of a lifetime is designed for serious trekkers. It has a snow-capped and an impressive west face. The beauty and thrill attract many trekkers to the Island Peak. The journey is following the classic Everest Base Camp trek. You’ll be heading northeast through the Khumbu Valley experiencing the Sherpas culture and hospitality. At Phakding, Namche, Dingboche, Tengboche and Lobuche the tea houses will welcome you for a comfortable stay. Visiting Everest Base Camp, you’ll also be climbing the Kala Patthar, a famous nearby highest point. This summit provides a stunning view of the Everest, Nuptse, and Lhotse. From Dingboche, you will head towards the Island peak. It’s challenging to climb Island Peak and you need to be prepared with equipment like crampons and ice axes. This trek is also popular and in high demand due to the challenging journey. This is a very challenging trip. You will require experience of 5,000m+ peaks and Alpine climbing. But if you’re in good physical condition we’ll get you to the peak. The first part of the climb is very physically challenging because you are trekking up rough terrain at more than 5000 m. This part is non-technical. You’ll have to wear crampons and rope-up when you enter the glacier zone.