Everest high passes trek
3 passes trek covered all corners of Everest region high passes and 52.5-kilometre length distance with 17 days trek starts from Kathmandu fly to Lukla and end to Lukla, This trek has been more popular searchable trek by the solo independent traveller and group trekkers.
3 passes trek is remarkable high passes trek in Everest region of Khumbu. The passes trek is through a remote highland area of Sherpa hubs, Various landscape, charming Sherpa village, Namche Bazaar, THAME, Birthplace of Apa Sherpa who summits 21 time top of the world highest peak Mt.Everest, glory Gokyo lake, and largest Khumbu glacier.
Three passes trek is also moderately and difficulty treks connecting with almost every part of the Everest region, which requires a lot of stamina for hiking skills, need to prepare well equipment with mini micro crampons. The passes area challenging and long length trek with discovering beautiful Panorama Himalayas view. The journey takes specific elevation to pass the high altitude mountain (Bhanjyang), Renjo la pass 4790 meters, Cho la Pass 5420 meters, and Kongma-La pass 5310 meters. Most of the season, perfect weather to do these passes.
Everest high passes trek cover three high trekking peaks which can summit without climbing permits, Gokyo Ri 5,420 m (17,782 ft), Kala Patthar 5,644.5 m (18,519 ft). Chhukung Ri 5,550 meters (18,209 ft) or Mhra peak. from these Trekking peaks, you will also be able to film – take photographs of beautiful mountains Mt. Everest, Mt. Pumori, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and many white peaks.
3 pass trek is not recommendable without guide and porters for independent travellers, the reason is miserable trails, difficulty step climb, icy, slippery Cliffs, altitude sickness, often change the weather.
Our agency Nepal wilderness treks guide team is well-known of 3 pass trek remoteness better because of Everest region local guide who done three high passes trek uncountable every month at season time, so guides know every stone steps, mountains, peoples, cultures, area parameter trails.