One of the most exhilarating adventure hikes in the Nepalese Himalayas, the Everest Three High Pass Trekking offers us the opportunity to explore the unique gems of Nepal’s Khumbu region.
The Everest Three High Pass Hike is a wild adventure along the famous Everest trekking trail to discover three high passes in the Everest region, including Renjo La Pass (5340m), Cho La Pass (5420m) and Kongma La Pass (5535m), the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest Base Camp, famous attractions Kalapatthar, GokyoRi and the stunning Lake Gokyo.
The hiking trails to Mount Everest’s three high passes are tough, although breathtaking scenery of the highest mountains, stunning landscapes, famous peaks, conical ridges, suspension bridges, and vibrant Sherpa villages will make up for it.
Mount Everest Cultural Tour Trek through three mountain passes!
The Mount Everest Alpine Trek is considered an exhilarating adventure in the Nepalese Himalayas, including hiking on the popular Mount Everest Trail and sightseeing of the unique gems of the Khumbu region. Not only that, but this walking tour confronts you with different communities in Nepal that still follow the way of life centuries ago and preserve Nepal’s oldest culture.
Although not updated with modern society, these locals regard foreigners as gods because in Nepalese society, guests are seen as gods. And, thanks to their warm hospitality and friendly service, most hikers return to Nepal to experience and observe the diverse Nepalese culture.
During the Everest 3 Channel hike, we will pass several vibrant Sherpa villages on the way, which gives you the opportunity to interact with the locals, especially Sherpas.
What is the route to the Three High Passes of Mount Everest?
The trek to the three high passes of Mount Everest begins after exploring the cultural and historical heritage located in the Kathmandu Valley. We will fly to Lukla and enjoy the beauty of various snow-capped mountains and green terrain.
The official trek to the three high passes starts in Lukla to Fakedin and then to the lovely town of Namche Bazaar. We will spend an acclimatization day in Namche Bazaar, the gateway to the Everest Base Camp and bustling bazaar, where travelers can get the necessary equipment.
Rest and familiarization with high altitude will reduce the risk of developing altitude sickness problems. After visiting Wat Denpoche, the largest and oldest temple in the Khumbu area, we continue our trek towards Tremboche We will then follow the trail of the Kommala Pass through Chugon. Our exciting hike continues to Kalapattal, the most famous place with exhilarating views of Mount Kalapatara with views of Mount Everest in the background.
Crossing Gokyo Ri through the Chora Pass will provide you with the perfect opportunity to observe and experience typical Himalayan remote settlements and many different cultures as there are different ethnic communities such as Sherpas, Gurungs, Magals, etc. Our trek returns to Kathmandu after returning to Lukla from Namche Bazaar, in addition, hiking routes include the beautiful Sherpa village and Nangpa La Valley.
This place offers the ultimate and complete trekking experience in the Everest region of Nepal. You’ll also take a short hike to the Mount Everest viewpoint, from where you’ll enjoy stunning mountain views and the chance to explore the Sherpa Museum.