Lobuche Peak

The Lobuche Mountain consists of two different summits, viz. East and West with heights of 6,119 m and 6,145 m respectively. A continuous ridge connects them but there is still a sharp gap and a considerable distance between them. The East Peak is recognized as a trekking peak, whereas the West is known as an Expedition Peak.
Lobuche being an attractive mountain offers various existing routes and also a potential for new ones. The dark triangle of its rocky East face rises over the moraines of the Khumbu Glacier to a spectacular skyline, forming the south ridge.

The peak of Lobuche East is reached by descending a marked notch and climbing steep snowy slopes to the top. On most occasions, the mountain is climbed on the summit ridge only as far as a subsidiary snow summit, south?east of the true peak and before the notch. This peak is identified as the false peak. Laurence Nielson and Ang Gyalzen Sherpa made the first ascent to Lobuje East on 25 April 1984 although there are possibilities that others have reached the summit before. But no records are available.

Day 1

Arrival at Kathmandu

Day 2

Stay in Kathmandu for the official procedure

Day 3

Fly from Ktm/Lukla (2,834 m) & trek to phakding (2,611)

Day 4

Trek to Namche bazaar.

Day 5

Namche overnight acclimatization, over night

Day 6

Namche overnight for acclimatization.

Day 7

Trek to Tengboche.

Day 8

Trek to Dingboche.

Day 9

Dingboche rest.

Day 10

Trek to Chukung.

Day 11

Hike Chhukung Ri and back to Chhukung

Day 12

Trek to Dingboche

Day 13

Trek to Lobuche

Day 14

Trek to Lobuche base camp

Day 15

Lobuche base camp

Day 16

Base camp to Lobuche high camp

Day 17

Summit Day

Day 18

Lobuche base camp

Day 19

Trek to Tyangboche

Day 20

Trek to Namche

Day 21

Trek to Lukla

Day 22

Fly back to Kathmandu

Day 23

Rest in Kathmandu

Day 24

Departure to your next own destination.

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Nepal is an extremely diverse country for its size. The temperature here can range from extremely hot (37-40C) in the lower Terai regions, to negative temperatures in the northern, mountainous regions. Feb-May & Sept-Nov are prime trekking times due to the lovely climate. There is ample sun in the day time, and only slightly chilly at night. Monsoon (June-Aug) can get very hot and humid-with showers usually in the early morning and late afternoon.
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Nepal is an extremely diverse country for its size. The temperature here can range from extremely hot (37-40C) in the lower Terai regions, to negative temperatures in the northern, mountainous regions. Feb-May & Sept-Nov are prime trekking times due to the lovely climate. There is ample sun in the day time, and only slightly chilly at night. Monsoon (June-Aug) can get very hot and humid-with showers usually in the early morning and late afternoon.
You can get Visa through

– Nepalese embassy on your country or

– On arrival Visa in Tribhuwan International

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