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Lobuche Peak Climbing

Lobuche Peak Climbing

Peak Climbing In Nepal
Lobuche peak Climbing arranges from Dingboche
Lobuche peak Climbing arranges from Dingboche

Trip Facts

Duration : 3 Days Max-Altitude : 6119 Program Type : Camping Per Day Walking : 4/5 Trek Grade : Grade 4:

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.


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No. of Persons Price per Person
1 Pax $ 900
2 Paxes $850
2-4 Paxes $830
4-6 Paxes $820
6-10 Paxes $800
10-15 Paxes $780
15+Paxes $780

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Lobuche Peak Climbing 3 Days package itinerary

The Lobuche Peak stands tall at an impressive 6,119 meters (20,075 feet) above sea level and is a captivating jewel settled in the heart of the Everest region. Its glory and beauty have beckoned mountaineers and adventurers in the Khumbu Region to undertake the thrilling Lobuche Peak climbing expedition.

The Charm of Lobuche Peak

Lobuche Peak Climbing offers panoramic views of the entire Everest region, making it a must-visit destination for trekkers and climbers. This majestic peak climbing can be reached after a rewarding trek, either from the Gokyo region or the iconic Everest Base Camp. Lobuche Peak is one of the most climbing demands peaks and natural beauty summit peak of the Khumbu region, with its stunning glaciers, diverse landscapes, and a backdrop of snow-capped peaks, including the iconic view of Ama Dablam and Pokalde.

An Unforgettable Experience

Lobuche Peak is Situated in the northeastern part of Nepal, near the Khumbu Glacier, Lobuche East Peak is a natural wonder waiting to be explored. The route offers epic landscapes, charming villages, and picturesque Khumbu valleys that set the stage for an unforgettable adventure. Whether you’re a seasoned mountaineer or a keen trekker, Climbing Lobuche Peak offers a unique and incredible experience.

Lobuche Peak Climbing start from Lobuche

Our Lobuche Peak climbing program (packages) begins from Lobuche Village the small town before EBC. If you’re already on a trek like the Gokyo Lake Trek or the Everest Base Camp Trek, grasping the opportunity to summit Lobuche Peak during your journey, this will be the golden choice. Climbing Lobuche Peak is considered less technically challenging differentiated from other peaks like Island Peak and Mera Peak, making it accessible to trekkers with basic climbing skills.

Climbing Routes

Lobuche Peak has various routes for climbing, with the South Ridge being the most popular and widely used route. The ascent involves navigating steep snow and ice slopes, ultimately leading to the summit. The climbing trail also leads to several smaller summits before reaching the true summit. This thrilling journey requires technical climbing skills in late November, December, and January including ice climbing and glacier rambling.

Permits and Logistics

When planning your Lobuche Peak climbing adventure, it’s important to have climbing permits and logistics. Nepal Wilderness Trekking Pvt. Ltd., a reputable local company, specializes in organizing Lobuche Peak climbing expeditions. We handle all legal, administrative, logistical, climbing permits, guiding, and support services for this peak, ensuring the safe and responsible conduct of the expedition.

Lobuche Peak Climbing Difficulty

Lobuche Peak, particularly Lobuche East, presents a moderate difficulty measure. Climbing Lobuche Peak demands a high level of fitness and technical climbing skills. Here are some essential skills and fitness levels required for this expedition:

  • Physical Fitness: Climbers should be in excellent health with strong legs, core, and upper body strength. A high level of cardiovascular fitness, endurance, and stamina is crucial.
  • Technical Climbing Skills: The lower sections involve scrambling over rocky terrain and some rock climbing. This requires basic rock climbing skills and comfort with using a rope for protection.
  • Ice Climbing: Higher up, the route involves climbing on ice and snow. Climbers need to be proficient with crampons and ice axes, and familiar with using fixed ropes.
  • Altitude Experience: Experience with high-altitude climbing and acclimatizing to high-altitude conditions are essential.
  • Navigation Skills: Climbers should possess excellent navigation skills to navigate safely through challenging terrain.
  • Equipment Knowledge: Familiarity with climbing equipment such as crampons, ice axes, ropes, harnesses, and helmets is crucial.
  • Mental Strength: Climbing Lobuche Peak can be mentally challenging. Climbers should exhibit mental strength, resilience, and the ability to make quick decisions under pressure.

Best Time to Climb Lobuche Peak

The ideal time to climb Lobuche Peak is during the spring and autumn. These periods offer the best weather conditions and temperatures for a successful climb. The autumn season, in particular, is the most popular time for climbing Lobuche Peak, as it provides excellent weather and temperature conditions.

Cost Details

The cost of the Lobuche Peak climbing package from Lobuche varies depending on the season. For the autumn season, the cost is USD 800 per person, while for the spring season, it is USD 900 per person. These costs include climbing permits and other essential expenses.

Nepal Wilderness Trekking Pvt. Ltd.

Nepal Wilderness Trekking Pvt. Ltd. has been operating for 22 years as a licensed Nepali expedition company. We specialize in organizing Lobuche Peak climbing expeditions and ensuring a seamless and safe climbing experience for adventurers. By working with local companies like Nepal Wilderness Trekking, you can cut down on additional costs and support the local economy.

In conclusion, Lobuche Peak climbing is an exhilarating adventure peak that promises breathtaking views and unforgettable experiences. Whether you’re an experienced mountaineer or an adventurous trekker with basic climbing skills, the Peak offers a thrilling ascent. With proper preparation, the right team, and a strong commitment to safety, you can conquer this magnificent peak and create lasting memories of your journey through the Everest region. So, lace up your boots, prepare your gear, and get ready for the ultimate Peak climbing adventure.

Where does Lobuche Peak lie?

Lobuche Peak is located in the Khumbu (Everest) region of Nepal, near the village of Lobuche and the Khumbu Glacier. It is approximately 13.5 km away from Mount Everest.

How high is the summit of the Lobuche Peak?

The summit of Lobuche Peak sits at a height of 6,119m (20,075ft). There are two faces of Lobuche Peak; Lobuche East (6,119m) and Lobuche West (6,145m). However, Lobuche East is known as the true summit of Lobuche Peak due to its accessibility and easiness.

How long is Lobuche Peak Climbing?

The summit day involves 8 to 10 hours of ascent plus descent to reach the summit and return to the Lobuche Base Camp. As for the overall duration, Lobuche Peak Climbing’s itinerary can last from a minimum of 14 days to 20 days. The addition of Everest Base Camp Trek on the Lobuche Peak expedition makes the expedition go longer. However, our package, offered by the Nepal Wilderness Trekking Team, is only from Lobuche to the base camp summit at the peak and brings you back to Lobuche.

When to do Lobuche Peak climbing and when not to do it?

Lobuche Peak is ideal to climb from March to June (Spring) and September to December (Autumn). Both of these times are perfectly best due to their stable weather, warm temperature, and clear visibility.

And there are times when you should not do the Lobuche Peak or any other climbing. The two times are Winter (January to February) and Monsoon (July to August) which are also termed as the off-seasons for Himalayan adventure. You won’t get stable weather, warm temperatures, and clear vision in the off-season.

How hard is Lobuche Peak Climbing?

Lobuche Peak is one of the most difficult trekking peaks in Nepal. There is one technical section while ascending the summit where a climber has to ascend a 45-degree steep snowy trail. That technical section is easily doable with prior mountaineering training and practice with climbing ropes. Other than that, the climb is as easy as other trekking peaks. A simple high-altitude trekking experience and climbing training are enough for this expedition.

What are the real chances of altitude sickness during the expedition?

Altitude sickness is prone to everyone who is wandering above 4000m of altitude. If no or fewer precautions are taken then the chances of getting caught by the mountain sickness are real and dangerous too.

Will I be guided on that climb by experienced guides?

Yes, the guides for your service are very experienced in the field of climbing Lobuche Peak. Their succession rate and quality guidance are the things that have kept their position in our team, the Nepal Wilderness Trekking Guide Team. When traveling with our guides, there is no question about experience and quality.

What is the cost of the Lobuche East Climbing package?

Nepal Wilderness Trekking Team offers the most economic and comprehensive cost in Nepal for the Lobuche East expedition. It will take USD 900 per person to do a Lobuche climb with our experienced team from Lobuche town.

After the succession of peak climbing, does the company offer a certificate?

Yes, You will get a certificate from the Nepal Mountaineering Association addressing your successful climb of Lobuche Peak. We do not issue any other certificates from our or any other company.

Detail Itinerary

  • Day 1: Meet our staff in Lobuche, we provide you with all the details and meeting points whether you are back from Base Camp or just heading up from Tengboche.
  • Day 2: Trek to high camp (5357m) walking (6 hrs) stay overnight at tented camp.
  • Day 3: Earlier morning start and climb to the summit (6119m) then back to camp.
  • Day 4: Trek to Lobuche if you are leading EBC or back to Dingboche way back down

Cost Included

  • Kitchen Equipment, guest tents, Dining tent, Kitchen Tents, Toilet Tents, and Mattresses during the Peak climbing period.
  • Climbing Rope, Ice screws, Snow bars.
  • Staff: 1 Cook, 1 Kitchen, one climbing guide and helper for high camp
  • Insurances-for Nepalese staff.
  • Our service charge.
  • Equipment Fees for a climbing guide
  • Climbing peak permit
  • Meals from high camp
  • Climbing Gear such as rope, snow bar

Cost Excluded

  • Personal gear for a climbing boot which can hire in Dingboche
  • Emergency Rescue evacuation
  • Sleeping bag
  • Tipping (Tips) for staff


From Canada
Successful exploration of Lobuche East 6119m The NWT helped my climbing partner and me reach the summit of a Himalayan peak. Visiting the Khumbu (Everest)...

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