Lobuche Peak Climbing

Lobuche which is considered as the traditional trails of the Everest lies above the height of 20,000 feet. Lobuche has two summits connected from two east and west side. The east peak is recognized as a trekking peak with a height of 6,119m and west expenditure well known as expedition peak with a height of 6145m.

Being the traditional route, it offers various existing route which is easier for new climbers as well because of the trails marks. In addition, the frequent traveling route is through east peak rather than west peak because of its shorter route. The climbing of the Lobuche peak is challenging but its worth it because of its classic trails of Everest. The “Lobuche peak” is named after the first climber Lobuje West in 1955 who climbed the peak via the South Shoulder.

Day 01. Arrival Kathmandu and transfer to hotel (1310m)
Day 02. Early morning flight to Lukla and trek to Tok Tok. Overnight stay in guest house (2670m)
Day 03. After breakfast trek to Namche Bazzar and overnight stay in guest house (3440m)
Day 04. Hiking to see Everest View and trek down to Kyangjuma and one night stay in guest house(3500m)
Day 05. Trek to Pangboche and overnight stay in guest house(3900m)
Day 06. Trek to Dingboche and overnight stay in guest house (4410m)
Day 07. Acclimatize day and overnight stay in the same place.
Day 08.Trek to Laboche and overnight stay in guest house(4910m)
Day 09. Trek to Gorakshep and overnight stay in guest house(5185m)
Day 10. Climb to Kalapathar and trek back to Laboche Base Camp (5000m)
Day 11. Climbing to high camp(5600m)
Day 12. Climbing to Summit Laboche Peak (6119m) and trek back to Laboche (4910m)
Day 13. Trek down to Tengboche (3850m)
Day 14. Trek down to Monju and overnight stay in guest house(2810m)
Day 15. Final day trek to Lukla and overnight stay in guest house (2800m)
Day 16. Early morning flight to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.
Day 17. Fly back home Or sight seeing in Kathmandu city and overnight stay in the same place.
Day 18. Fly back to home.

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