Everest three high passes trek is an adventurous and strenuous trek in Everest trekking. Three passes trekking is the best way to explore most of the places in Everest region of Nepal without climbing high mountains. The three passes are mainly namely Renjo La pass (5,345m), Cho La pass (5,420m) and Kongma La pass (5,540m). While crossing the three passes trek you also walk through less populated village of Thame and Lungden with the spectacular view of Everest, Lhoste, Nuptse, Makalu, Chooyu mountain ranges including Khumbu Glacier, cross Ngozumpa (a largest glacier in Everest region), Gokyo lakes.
Furthermore, you meet many trekkers and mountaineers around the world, walk with them, stay in Sherpa village and understand their way of regular life, visit old Gompas and Monastery, passes through the Mani Walls, hang your prayer flags in the high mountain viewpoint of Chukung Ri. You will be rewarded with the panoramic view of the mountain from Kalapatthar viewpoint at 5545m, and walk in the Khumbu glacier to visit the base Everest Base Camp- the highest mountain of the world. Moreover, you walk through the most difficult pass of Kongma la among three passes with the stunning view of Lhoste, Lhoste Sar, Amadablam, Chukung Valley and Imja glacier.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||From Kathmandu to Kathmandu|
|Group size:||2-12 people|
|Max-Altitude:||5550 m- Kalapatthar View point, Cho-la Pass, Renjo-la Pass, Kongma-la Pass|
|SEASONS||March, April, May,June, July, August, September, October, November, December|
|Trekking Days:||18 Days- 2 extra days included (three weeks)|
Everest Three passes trek is a high altitude walking in the Everest region. After the completion of this trek, you will definitely realize the hardness and beauty of this trek as a remarkable journey for the lifetime. If you want little bit less hard trek then it is best to chose Gokyo valley Trekking with two high passes of Renjo La and Cho-la which takes a little bit less time to complete it. For the accommodation purpose, there are mountain lodges in all part of the Everest region with most important facilities.