Classified as "trekking peak" Lobuche peak climbing is the most underrated climbing adventure in Nepal often ignored by mountaineers in Everest rush missing on real delight.
What makes this trekking unique is the fantastic fusion of Trekking & Climbing. Being positioned for the view of Everest & Lhotse, it offers trekking to popular Everest Base Camp. In the meantime, you will be rewarded with a most amazing view of Cho Oyu, Makalu, Amadablam & many peaks close to the Khumbu region.
Lobuche lies close to Khumbu Glacier & the settlement of Lobuche. With two main crests -Lobuche Far East & Lobuche East, People have mistaken for Lobuche west which is a separate mountain & an expedition peak.
Lobuche East Peak is an exceptional value for the first Himalayan climb due to its aesthetics, a stunning summit panorama, a low-cost permit and privacy of the climb.
The Lobuche peak is graded as Alpine PD+ which adds an exceptional value for those aspiring climbers up for Everest expedition. Good acclimatization, aesthetics followed by a stunning panorama It's an experience you'll treasure for a lifetime.
BEST TIME TO GO
Spring : March - May Fall : September - November
At these times, the weather is at its best, being hot but not uncomfortably so, and there’s usually minimal or no rain.
Lobuche peak is demanding it becomes progressively narrower & difficult. To reach a proper summit you need to make it through rocky slabs & steeper ascends. To have successful summit, it requires past trekking experience and specialized skills about peak climbing gears. This adventure is designed especially for dedicated & strong-willed trekkers or climbers who have ability to walk in snows ridges. At times, high altitude sickness could be an issue but with slower gradual ascends you can beat Altitude sickness.
Breathtaking views of the Everest Region
Glimpse of Khumbu valley
The sherpa capital-Namche & its charm
The famous vantage point -Kalapathar
The Sherpa culture Hospitality
Scenic Mountain Flight: Kathmandu-Lukla
Fascinating Sherpa Culture & their long mountaineering history.