This is challenging and technical Trekking, climbing of Nepal, you most have to physically fit and mentally prepare, off the beaten trails, camping or challenging high passes Treks, at this level can he arranged for periods of 18 to 32 days. Typically, a gradual ascent through a green river valley will lead you up to a number of high passes, where you will reach the altitude of 5416m. Often times, you will get a close insight into the Tibetan culture. Participants should expect to trek above 5416m/17872ft. or climbing 6540m.Mode of Travel : Flight/Land Hold Your Guide : Lal Gurung
The Sherpani Col Pass trek is an epic adventure that takes you through the stunning Makalu and Everest regions, connecting three high mountain passes: Sherpani Col Pass, West Col Pass, and Amphu Lapcha Pass. This trek is challenging and requires excellent physical fitness, experience in high-altitude trekking, and technical skills for mountaineering. However, it is a genuinely adventurous journey in remote and wilderness regions part of the Great Himalayas trails with full logistic hold up. The journey matched which seeks a different route, a fresh perspective, challenges hikers.
Sherpani Col Pass trek is though it touches both sides of the famous trek Everest base camp and Makalu base camp. Just follows the huge Interfluves 3 col passes ridge separating the Everest region Dudh Koshi River and Arun valleys, known as the Hidden Treasure Trek.
The Sherpani Col Pass (6,155m) is the first and the most challenging pass of the trek, and it involves crossing steep and exposed ice slopes. The West Col Pass (6,143m) is the second pass, which involves a technical climb on fixed ropes. The Amphu Lapcha Pass (5,845m) is the final pass, which involves a steep climb on a rocky ridge.
The highest pass in Nepal is Sherpani Col Sherpani Col is 6,155 meters above sea level. Although Nepal has untold passes, some claim that 3 passes are the highest. Some say that Thorong La Pass is the highest pass, but no one tells you the true highest pass. During the Sherpani col passes trek, we will stay at Baruntse Camp One, which is located at 6146 m.
Sherpani Col passes trek starts by flying to Tumlingtar and takes you through lush forests, with the Arun Valley following the rural areas, through charming medieval traditional farm villages, Khandbari, Mane Bhanjyang Cheche la, Num, Sama Gau, Tashi Gaon, Khongma. The magnification breathtaking Himalayan range view, the fifth world’s highest mount Makalu, Kanchenjunga, and the top of the world Mt. Everest. The Trail passes traditional Sherpa villages, glacial valleys, and high mountain passes, providing panoramic views of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and several other peaks. You will get to experience the diverse culture, traditions, and lifestyles of the Sherpa and Rai communities along the way.
Challenging trekking passes of Sherpani Col and Ice Col have to be well arranged like mountaineering style, spend extra days trekking into the base camp of Makalu for acclimatization, on the high yak pasture beneath the towering Mt. Makalu the 5th highest mountain in the world.
Follows a scenic and rarely trekked route, which passes through many new settlements and offers exciting views of the highest peak of this earth. The Sherpani col pass trek requires a couple of days for acclimatization. During these passes, the client must know the climbing technique and training for climbing at high altitudes.
The tough night spent will be Baruntse expedition camp one, 6146 m elevations during the Sherpani Col pass trek, before the west Col pass. This passes trek is also well known by Makalu 3 cols to trek and Shermini col.
Ropes will be fixed on the steepest and most sections of each of the passes by our expert climbing guide to safeguard the group. the climbing guide will lead all the members including porters in the Sherpani Col, West Col, and Amphu Lepcha la pass.
Last but not least, From this high route a spectacular capture view. Most of the high peaks of the central-eastern Himalayas, including Mt. Everest, and Lhotse from the southeast. After passing the last pass of Amphu Laptsa, all the way descend to join the popular Everest base camp trail, through the Khumbu area to Lukla, and fly back to Kathmandu.
The best time to do the Sherpani Col Pass trek is during the Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November) seasons. During these seasons, the weather is clear and stable, with mild temperatures, making it ideal for trekking and mountaineering activities. The skies are generally clear, providing breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains, and the trails are dry and easy to navigate.
In the Spring season, the temperatures gradually warm up, and the rhododendrons and other wildflowers are in full bloom, making the trek more colorful and beautiful. In Autumn, the temperatures cool down, and the skies remain clear and stable, providing excellent trekking conditions.
During the Monsoon season (June to August), the trekking routes are generally wet and slippery due to heavy rainfall, and the trails can be challenging to navigate. The Winter season (December to February) brings extremely cold temperatures, high winds, and snow, making the trek more dangerous and challenging.
Therefore, it is recommended to plan your Sherpani Col Pass trek during the Spring or Autumn seasons for the best trekking experience.
NEPAL WILDERNESS TREKKING PVT. Sherpa Col is led by experienced guides and porters. We have been leading this trek since 2001, with well-equipped and well-needed gear.
Overall, the Sherpani Col Pass trek is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that provides a unique combination of adventure, culture, and natural beauty. It requires good preparation, equipment, and a skilled guide to ensure a safe and successful journey.