Everest Three High Passes Trekking Overview
Everest Three High Passes Trekking-22 Days exceeds your imagination as it escorts you through three giant passes over 5000 meters. It is challenging and technical enough to cross through the icy route and less-oxygen zone in the hidden parts of the Khumbu region. Adventure lovers around the globe love to take this challenge as this is a world-class adventure, which has got Renjo La Pass 5,388m, Cho La Pass 5,380m, and Kongma La 5,535m pass. If you are interested and looking forward to doing high passes adventure, Everest Three Passes Trekking is a recommended trip for you on your next vacation to Nepal. Along with the excursion through the high passes, it connects some of the world-renowned places like Namche Bazaar, Gokyo Valley, and Everest Base Camp. The usual itinerary of Three Passes Trek in Everest follows the clockwise route from Namche Bazaar, however, it can be also done through an anti-clockwise route. A big venture and breathtaking trekking in the Khumbu highland, Everest Three High Passes offer you a lifetime experience with all the incredible Himalayan summits, high passes, culture, hospitality, and adjoining EBC trekking route.
Attractions of Everest High Passes Trekking in Nepal
During the Everest Three High Passes Trekking in Khumbu, you will hike and explore through the villages of the Himalayan leaders. Abundant adventure tales accompany you throughout the trip. Lukla is the first glimpse that you encounter, which is also a final point to end most of the trekking in the Everest region. The agricultural lands along the route cultivate potatoes and other alpine products. The route includes several steel bridges that are decorated with Buddhist prayer flags.
Namche Bazaar is located at an altitude of 3440 meters, where trekkers take a rest to acclimatize to the alpine altitude. It is an essential part, especially if you are walking in an alpine zone. Walking around Namche Bazaar, you will explore the local market, café, hotels and restaurants, shops, and local surroundings. A hike to Everest View Hotel is exclusive, which is an exclusive viewpoint of the Everest Himalayas. Khumjung monastery is another attraction on this hike.
Exploring Thame Monastery is great. Mani Rimdu Festival in Everest will be held at Thame Monastery along with Tengboche Monastery. Once you hike to the Gokyo Valley, a huge turquoise Gokyo Lake entices you, which is the third Lake among five Gokyo Lakes. A hike to Gokyo Ri (4700 meters) acclimatizes you further to cross the Cho La Pass.
A vantage point of the three passes trek is that you will be joining on the EBC trekking route and hiking to the Everest base camp along with Kalapatthar. The snowy pinnacles of the Khumbu region- Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Kangtega, and neighboring summits allure you dramatically.
Besides the naturally loaded alpine settlements on the EBC Three passes trekking route, you will be exploring cultural delights of the Khumbu region like Tengboche, Pangboche, and Khumjung village. The olden monasteries, chhortens, and mani walls resemble the cultural prosperity in this region.
No doubt, from three technical high passes, Renjo-La Pass (5360 meters), Cho-La Pass (5420 meters), and Kongma La Pass (5545 meters), the hidden gems of the entire Khumbu region can be explored along with the Tibetan peaks. This is just a mind-blowing trip for adventure seekers.
Flora and Fauna on Everest Three Passes Trekking Route
The Sagarmatha National Park bounds the entire trail of Everest Three High Passes Trekking. Its boundary begins from Jorsalle, which is about 5 hours walking distance towards Namche Bazaar. The views of waterfalls, streams, and wildlife habitats are usual. It is a home of abundant numbers of flora and fauna. the floral variation at the lower part of the National Park includes pine, hemlock. In the alpine part, fir, juniper, birch, and rhododendron are found. Higher than the tree line, alpine meadows, Moses, and rocky terrain prevail the landscape.
Similarly, while heading through the three passes trekking in Everest, trekkers encounter different wild animals. They include the red panda, snow leopard, musk deer, Himalayan tahr, marten, Himalayan mouse hare (pika), and over 118 species of bird including the Impeyan pheasant, snow cock, blood pheasant, red-billed cough, etc.
Best Season for Everest Three High Passes with EBC Trekking
For Everest Three High Passes Trekking with EBC, we recommend you a couple of best seasons, which favors you excellently with crystal clear weather, less snowy route, and nice temperature. The season begins in March, which continues through April and lasts till May. This spring season allows nice weather for trekkers. After March, we expect rain. Autumn is another best season for the trek, especially starting from mid-September, continuing October, and till the last of November. Among them, April and October are the super best months without rainfall and snowfall. The enticing majestic pinnacles of the Everest region welcome you with their everlasting smiles. June to August, we get rainfall, which is not recommended season, especially for the high passes trek. Mid-winter blocks the way with a heap of snow and is not a recommended season too. If you book in time, we just offer the best trip in the best season.
Everest High Passes Trek Difficulty Level
Everest Three High Passes is no doubt challenging and technical trekking that marks the world-class adventurous trip. The high passes- Renjo-La Pass (5360 meters), Cho-La Pass (5420 meters), and Kongma La Pass (5545 meters) take your breath away, not only from the difficulty level but also the gigantic Himalayan sceneries they proffer. Various measures should be implied to tackle the difficulty level like maintaining your physical fitness, the proper form of acclimatization, wearing appropriate alpine garments, using suitable mountain gears, and finding the most suitable walking weather.
Why Shiva Excursion for Everest Three Passes Trekking
Shiva Excursion has been operating Everest Three High Passes Trekking successfully with a cent-percent success rate. It is only because we have highly professional guides, porters, and other field staff. It is important to trek with the team that is used to with various ups and downs of the three passes trekking in Everest, which our team expertise upon. We respond to our clients quickly and our staffs are always there to make your trip a lifetime experience. All our staffs are well insured, well trained and speak fluent English language. They have sound knowledge about high altitude sickness and natural ways to avoid it, which is significant in this trek. Some of our staff also speak German and Spanish. Similarly, our Everest Base Camp Trekking with Three High Passes package is cost-friendly that you can afford. Let us an opportunity to offer you our uncompromised services, led by our Himalayan heroes.