• Duration:29 Nights 30 Days
  • Max. Altitude: 6,476m
  • Group Size: 1-8
  • Activity: Trekking & Climbing
  • Pick Up: TIA Airport

About Three Peaks in Everest Region

Update regarding your upcoming climb, Calling all Three Peaks in Everest Region Climbers!!

This is exciting news for all climbers across the globe who wish to experience climbing Three Peaks in Everest Region, Mera Peak 6476m, Island Peak 6189m and Lobuche Peak 6119m
Signed up for this Trip:

1. Miss. Silpa from the United State starts Trip on October 23rd, 2024.

Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity!; we are looking to join the group: We create small groups of 2-4 people.

Share your vision, and we'll design your ideal adventure to the summit of the Highest Trekking Peak in the Khumbu Himalayas !!


Three Peaks in Everest Region is a physically and mentally challenging adventure through the Khumbu Valley. Climbing Three Peaks in Everest Region is a great way to experience the beauty and challenge of the Khumbu Himalaya. Our Three Peaks in Everest Region combines three of the highest trekking peaks in Nepal: Mera Peak (6,476 m), Island Peak (6,189 m), and Lobuche East Peak (6,119 m). It is a physically demanding trip but also an enriching experience that takes you through the stunning Khumbu region of Nepal, making this trip an adventure of a lifetime.

Mera Peak is the highest permitted trekking peak in the Everest region and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains, including Mount Everest (8848.86m). Island Peak (Imja Tse) is one of the most popular trekking peaks in the Khumbu region, well known for its challenging climb, and Lobuche East Peak is one of the most challenging trekking peaks in the Khumbu region, offering panoramic views of the Everest massif.

Mera Peak (6476m / 21,247 ft.)

At an elevation of 6,476 meters, Mera Peak is an excellent pick for those looking for their first climbing experience in the Himalayas of Nepal. It provides an opportunity to explore the untouched beauty of the Everest region while challenging yourself physically and mentally, offering a stimulating yet achievable climbing experience in Nepal Himalaya. The climb to the summit of Mera Peak offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains, including Mount Everest (8,848.86 m), Mount Lhotse (8,516 m), Mount Cho Oyu (8,201 m), Mount Makalu (8,463 m), and Mount Kanchenjunga (8,586 m).

Island Peak (6189m / 20,305 ft.)

Island Peak (Imja Tse), at 6,189 meters, is an exciting and challenging climb in the Khumbu Himalaya. It is a moderately technical trekking peak in the Everest region of Nepal. However, it is still within reach of the average fit person who wants a genuine high-altitude climbing experience on snow and ice. The climb is graded as 2B in difficulty, requiring some technical skills and experience. The summit of Island Peak offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains, including Everest (8,848.86 m), Nuptse (7,861 m), Lhotse (8,516 m), Ama Dablam (6,812 m), and other snowy peaks.

Lobuche East Peak (6119m / 20,075 ft.)

Challenge yourself with the most demanding and technical trekking peak in the Everest Three Peak Climbing trip: Lobuche East Peak Climbing. Lobuche East Peak, at 6119 meters, is a challenging 6,000-meter mountaineering experience requiring basic rock and ice climbing techniques at high altitudes. The climb is steep and exposed, with some technical sections requiring crampons and ice axes. Climbers must also be acclimatized to the high altitude, which can be a challenge in itself. However, the rewards of summiting Lobuche Peak are great as one can relish the panoramic views of the surrounding peaks, including Mount Everest (8848.86m), Cho Oyu (8188m), and Ama Dablam (6812m).

Three Peaks in Everest Region Route Overview

Our Three Peaks Climbing in Everest Region Expedition begins with a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. After a short yet spectacular flight to Lukla, we descend to Paiya, where we will spend the first night of our journey. The trail leads through forests down to the traditional villages of Surke and Pakhepani, along with rhododendron forests on the way. The advantage of doing this trek from Paiya is that it allows you enough time to get adequately acclimatized to Khare. From Khare, we begin the climbing part. The route to Mera Peak Base Camp, followed by High Camp, goes via Mera La. Only the last 30 or 40 meters to the summit require fixed lines. From the summit, you get surreal views of the over-8000-meter-mountains including Mt. Everest (8848.86m), Mt. Lhotse (8516m), Mt. Cho Oyu (8201m), Mt. Makalu (8463m), Mt. Kanchenjunga (8586m), to name a few.

Descending from the summit of Mera Peak, the route turns east at the Mera La into the Upper Hongu Valley. Upon reaching Paanch Pokhari (5 Divine Lakes), we prepare ourselves to tackle one of the toughest objectives of the expedition, the Amphu Labsta pass (5700m). The succession of ice steps up to the rocky crest calling for a fixed line. From the top, we have to make a 35-meter abseil to reach fixed ropes for the next 300 meters of steep switchback descent on snow and rock.

After the Amphu Labtsa pass, we re-enter the Khumbu Valley. We will set up a Base Camp in the Imja Valley via Chhukung and prepare to summit Island Peak. We will march towards Island Peak via the standard route, directly beneath the massive southwest face of Lhotse (the fourth-highest mountain in the world). Though lower in altitude than Mera Peak, Island Peak is slightly more technical and challenging. The ascent involves an easy scramble up to a rock ridge and then onto a glacier, where fixed lines are used to climb the 45-degree snow slopes leading to the exposed summit ridge. The panoramic Himalayan view from the Island Peak summit includes Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Makalu and Mt. Ama Dablam. After relishing the view, we'll return to Chhukung Valley and join the Classic Everest Base Camp trail at Dughla (Thukla).

Finally, we head towards our expedition's last but equally challenging objective, i.e., Lobuche Peak. We practice glacier and snow climbing with our Sherpa Climbing Guide while our staff establishes a High Camp at 5400 meters. To reach the summit from High Camp, we cross over steep stone slabs, which may be covered with ice and snow. To reach the proper summit ridge, we have to ascend 50m on a 45-degree snow wall. We use fixed ropes for the climb, and eventually, the sharp snowy ridge to the first summit can be witnessed. There is a descent which you may need to rappel down before the final sharp ascent to the summit. We appreciate the astonishing view of some of the most incredible mountains on earth from the summit.

Returning back to Lukla

After scaling the Three 6000M+ Trekking peaks, we descend back to Lobuche, followed by our trail down to Tengboche, Namche and then Lukla. The descent helps your body adjust gradually to the thicker air at lower altitudes, reducing the risk of altitude-related problems. Upon reaching Lukla, our trip officially comes to an end. Celebration for a successful summit can be done on that evening at Lukla. Three Peak Climbing in Everest Region is an unforgettable experience that will challenge you physically and mentally. It is an excellent opportunity to explore the pristine beauty of the Everest region and to summit three of Nepal's most Popular Trekking Peaks.

Returning to Lukla by Helicopter

Flying on a helicopter to return to Lukla after your Three Peaks Climbing is a great way to end your adventure. The scenic flight offers stunning views of the mountains and can save you a lot of time. Helicopter shuttle service is available from all prominent Sherpa settlements (Pheruche, Khare, Chhukung, Lobuche, etc.)

Best Season for Three Peak Climbing in Everest Region

The weather in the Himalayan Region changes regularly, bringing new seasons. Each season brings with it different temperatures, perceptibility, and challenges. Therefore, it is crucial to be aware of the seasons before climbing the Three Peaks in Everest Region.

The best time for the Three Peaks Expedition is Autumn (September to November). The weather is pleasant and stable during this time, with clear skies and low rainfall. Spring (March to May) is also an excellent time to climb, as the weather is similar to autumn. Winter can be a great time to climb if you are well-prepared for the cold weather. The best winter months to climb Mera Peak are early December and late February when the weather is driest and coldest.

Travel Insurance for Three Peaks in Everest Region

Travel insurance is a must to book any adventure activities with Annapurna Foothills Treks, especially while trekking, high passes, climbing and expedition. With that being said, it is clear that Travel insurance is essential for adventure activities like climbing Three Peaks in Everest Region. Your Travel Insurance should cover emergency evacuation, injury, lost baggage, liability, and medical treatment. Helicopter rescue is often the only way to evacuate people from the mountains in case of accidents or high-altitude sickness. It is crucial to have travel insurance that covers the cost of helicopter rescue, as well as ground evacuation and rescue. Annapurna Foothills Treks and Expeditions Pvt. Ltd. can organize the appropriate medical response based on your policy. Click here for more detail about Travel Insurance.

We have carefully planned and designed the Three Peaks in Everest Region Expedition Itinerary, which allows adequate acclimatization days for climbers and practical mountaineering coaching with our experienced Local Sherpa Guides. A well-managed logistics and a highly experienced, qualified, and cheerful Sherpa Team awaits you in the lap of the Khumbu Himalaya. Hurry up and book your slot. 
Booking is Open for 2024 Spring and  Autumn 


Highlights of Three Peaks in Everest Region

  • Climb three stunning Himalayan Peaks in one Expedition in the Everest region
  • Mera Peak (6476m), Amphu Labtsa Pass (5700m), Island Peak (6189m) and Lobuche Peak (6119m)
  • Each summit offers an exclusive vantage point to cherish Mount Everest and other Himalayan giants of the Khumbu  region
  • Greatest opportunity to learn high-altitude snow and ice mountaineering skills 
  • Base Camp and High Camp strategy alpine climbing
  • Well-set up support and logistics camps at every single Trekking Peak
  • Climb and Trek with our Certified and Professional Sherpa Climbing Guides


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Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300 m/4,265 ft)

Flying to Kathmandu is in itself an exciting and memorable experience. On a clear day, you will get a panoramic view of the snow-capped towering peaks. After completing the visa formalities in airport, collect your luggage downstairs. As you exit the airport terminal, you will be welcomed by one of our representatives carrying your name on our company’s’ signboard, Annapurna Foothills Treks & Expedition. Moving forward, you’ll be taken to your hotel in our vehicle. Once you reach at hotel, you’ll be welcomed by them as well and after that you can relax in your room or go for a walk exploring the city.

  • Hotel

The Managing Director of our company will be there to meet you in the hotel and provide more information about the expedition. Your dues must be cleared before we proceed on the trip. We will finalize paperwork-permit for your trip and make a final check of your climbing equipment. In case you need additional trekking equipment, you will have a chance to buy it today. Sightseeing tours of Kathmandu Valley are also an option.

  • Breakfast and Welcome Dinner
  • Hotel

Flying from Kathmandu to Lukla

We head to the domestic airport for our early morning flight to Lukla. From the twin otter plane, we will enjoy some amazing views of several of the world’s highest mountains including Cho Oyu, 8153m, Lhotse, 8516m, Gauri Shankar, 7145m, Menlungtse, 7181m, and Mount Everest. Because of Air Traffic Congestion (ATC), direct flight from Kathmandu to Lukla is only operated in off seasons (December - February, June - August. Usually, it takes around 40 minutes to reach Lukla.

Flying from Manthali to Lukla

Spring (March-May) and autumn (September-November) are the busiest time in Everest region because of which Lukla airport gets congested. So, during these months, all the flights to Lukla are re-routed from Manthali. Drive to Manthali from Kathmandu is somewhat 5-6 hours. Accordingly, leave for Manthali at 1:45 a.m. (approx.) on tourist vehicle. By doing so, will reach Manthali on time to catch our flight to Lukla. From Manthali, it takes around 15- 20 minutes (depending upon weather condition) to reach Lukla.

 Helicopter Option

Flying in helicopter is a unique experience that adds a touch of luxury to your journey, allowing you to enjoy the pristine beauty of Khumbu Himalaya in style. You can book your spot for a direct helicopter flight from Kathmandu to Lukla for an additional USD 300 Dollar per Person. Do note that the price is quoted on a sharing basis of 5 people.

 Our climbing team will be at the airport waiting for us and without any delay, we'll commence the trek. Beginning at Lukla and then descending to Paiya, is good for acclimatization. The trail leads through forests down to the traditional villages of Surke and Pakhepani along with rhododendron forests on the way. Also, you'll encounter a great view of Kongde Ri, Khatang, Tang Ragi Tu and other 7000+ meter peaks from Paiya.

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Tea House/ Lodge

From Paiya, there is a short descent to a wooden bridge which we cross and make a steep and slippery ascent to Kari La Pass, 3145m. A narrow trail winds down through the rhododendron and bamboo forest. The scene will be beautiful with Dudhkoshi River valley below and the Dudh Kund Himal in the background. Pangoma is a farming and trading village.

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Tea House/ Lodge

Traversing through the Sherpa settlements for about an hour, we reach Panggom La (3200m). From the pass, we witness Mount Mera Peak for the first time en route. After relishing the view, we start descending down the rocky trail to a rhododendron forest. Mani walls mark the trail as we trek over hills and ridges. The south face of Mera Peak, 6064m, and Naulekh Peak towers ahead of us as we go through pine and rhododendron forests with several switchbacks and finally descend steeply to Sibuche. We stop here for lunch. Then we continue heading towards Ramailo Danda via Ningsaw. The trail to Ningsaw will be pleasant as the trail is gently flat. Upon reaching Ningsaw, we start gaining some elevation reaching Ramilo Danda as we start ascending with several switchbacks, and after hiking for one and half hours, we eventually reach Ramailo Danda. 

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Tea House/ Lodge

Todays' trail will mostly be hiking through the rhododendron and bamboo forest with plenty of ascents and descents. Traversing through the forest for approximately 3 hours, we reach Tama khola. We cross the river and start hiking up for 20 minutes where we will see the two newly built tea houses. We stop there for lunch. After lunch, We continue through the forest of bamboo and rhododendron for 2 hours and finally, we reach Chhatra Khola also known as the Bamboo Camp. 

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Tea House/ Lodge

For the first half of todays' trail, we continue following the narrow trails through bamboo and pine forests until we reach Taktor Village. This village joins the trail coming from ThuliKharka and Chhatra khola. We stop here for lunch. After lunch, we continue our journey passing through the abandoned Tashing Dingma village. 

As we follow the Inkhu Khola, the Hinku Valley starts widening up and we enjoy the stunning view of Mera Peak ahead of us. The trail follows on the ridge above the river all the way to Kothe. Kothe marks the fact that now, we've entered Makalu Barun National Prak area. 

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Tea House/ Lodge

Today, we ascend gradually following the Hinku River. We will be surrounded by Mera Peak and other white giants throught the trail. On the ridge above the river are pastures. Gondishung is a summer herders’ settlement where there is an ancient monastery. The trees become sparser as we will be nearing the snow line. Thangnak is a summer grazing area.

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Tea House/ Lodge

This is an important day for acclimatization and we will gain as much height as we can, climbing the slopes behind Tagnak up to the Tibetan Prayer stones before returning to Thangnak.

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Tea House/ Lodge

The trail crosses boulders left by Sabai Tsho, the glacial lake which is close to the trail north of Thangnak. We follow the lateral moraine of Dig Glacier to the grassy Dig Kharka, which offers exclusive view of Charpate Himal. The trail climbs through moraines to the snout of the Hinku Nup and Shar Glaciers and then climbs more steeply to Khare. From a ridge above Khare, there is an excellent view of the route we will take to Mera Peak.

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Tea House/ Lodge

Today we take a rest day at Khare for proper acclimatization. To acclimatize, we spend the day exploring and practicing climbing techniques with our guide at Khare. If we feel strong enough with sound health, we can trek as far as Mera La and return back.

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Tea House/ Lodge

We ascend for three hours over a boulder strewn path up to the glacier. There is a short climb to a glacial plateau leading up to Mera La. The views from the pass are spectacular. From the pass we descend about 100m towards the Honggu side and set up our base camp on the rocky moraine below the ice.

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Camping

We make the steep ascent to Mera La and continue up the rock-strewn north flank to a rocky outcropping where we set up high camp. From High Camp, we enjoy the glorious views of Mt. Everest, Makalu, Kanchanjunga, Cho Oyu, and south face of Lotshe, Nuptse, Chamlang and Baruntse. We can also see most of the route to the summit.

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Camping

Today, we have an alpine start before daybreak as the climb usually takes 5-6 hours. We put on crampons and rope together for the steep climb to the summit. There are a number of crevasses. So, we will need to take precaution if there has been recent snowfall. The is a short sharp scramble up an ice-wall to the summit is well rewarded with spectacular views of Mt. Cho Oyu, 8201m, Lhotse, 8516m, Everest, 8848m, Makalu , 8463m, Pumori, 7161m, Lobuche, 6145m and many others. After reaching the summit and enjoying amazing views over the Himalaya, we have a short abseil before the long descent back to High camp. We will rest for 45 minutes before descending back down to our campsite in the Hinku Valley at Kongma Dingma. This is a very long but satisfying day 

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Camping

There is no guarantee that there will be favorable weather for scheduled summit day. In case we are unable to summit Mera Peak on scheduled date due to weather or any other reason like someone in the group having altitude related problems, this extra day gives us some flexibility. 

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Camping

After having breakfast, we go further up the spectacular high-altitude valley following the bank of the Hongu river. The Amphu Labtsa appears in front with Lhotse and the Everest group beyond and Ama Dablam just to the left. We can have an excellent view of Amphu Labtsa from the campsite and it is encircled by the beautiful mountains and spends the night in tent.

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Camping

Elevation below the Amphu Labtsu is about 5,500m. We will have a relaxed afternoon as our Sherpa team prepares the route over the pass and spend the night in tent.

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Tea House/ Lodge

This is the most involved and serious mountaineering day of the trip. The approach to the pass is over glacier and around stunning ice flutings and formations and presents no real difficulty at first.

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Camping

The path climbs steeply toward the west and then turns north, following the valley along the moraine from the Lhotse glacier. We continue a short yet pleasant walk along the river side which leads to Big-Rock. From this point a 40 minute climb will take us to Island Peak Base Camp where we will set up camp and relax for the rest of the day

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Tea House/ Lodge

We have to start early in the morning to climb through the rock channel. Although it is not that difficult, there are many short rock steps to be crossed before you come across the other side of the channel. Then the trail leads to the ridge line where you traverse the snout of the summit . After enjoying the summit view, you will descend all the way to Chhukung. 

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Tea House / Lodge

We'll have an extra day in Chhukung which will help our body to get some good rest and get ready for the next climb. 

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Tea House / Lodge

We continue our trek through the wide valley beneath the impressive peaks of Cholatse and Tawache on left. We then turn right and take a steep climb towards the foot of the Khumbu Glacier to Dugla. The trail switchbacks through the boulders of the glacier's terminal moraine. At the top of this climb, you'll see many stone cairns built as memorials to the many Sherpas who have died while climbing Mt. Everest. We continue to climb to Lobuche, 4910 m, from where you will see the awesome Mt. Pumori Peak, 7220 m closely.

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Camping

Today, we ascend for Lobuche High Camp (5600m). After a lunch at Lobuche High Camp and a couple of hours rest, our guides will provide training on peak climbing techniques; they will teach you how to use climbing gears: ice axe, climbing boot, harness, jumar, and ropes used at the summit. The training includes techniques of fixing the ropes and knot and gears. This training is necessary for your safety and will make your climbing experience more enjoyable and safe.  

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Tea House / Lodge

Early in the morning, we will set out for the summit of Lobuche East where you will get one of the best views of the greatest mountains in the world: Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Cholatse, Pumori, and many more.   After spending some quality time in the summit, we will lower down to Lobuche High Camp for lunch and then towards Thukla. 

  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Tea House / Lodge

After having an early breakfast, we will head towards Tengbouche village. Passing through villages like Dingbouche, Pangbouche, we'll eventually reach Tengbouche aftereards. At Tengbouch, we can pay a visit to the most elegant monastery of entire khumbu region.  

  • Breakfast
  • Teahouse / Lodge

From Tengboche, we descend to the bridge over the Dudh Kosi at Phunki Tenga where there are water driven prayer wheels before making our way to Namche. 

  • Breakfast
  • Teahouse / Lodge

Boosted by all our new red blood cells, we rush down the footpath toward Sagarmatha National Park gate, in Jorsale. Later, Lukla's footpath leads us back to the first villages we saw two weeks ago: Gumila, Phakdingma, and Choplung. The high peaks disappear behind the hills. This last evening in the mountains is the ideal opportunity for a farewell party with your sherpa guides and porters, and a good chance to sample some chhyang, try Nepali and Sherpa dance and look back on the memorable trekking experiences. The staff will be hoping for some precious and well deserved tips.

  • Breakfast
  • Hotel

Flying from Lukla to Kathmandu

During off season in Nepal which refers to months like December - February, June – August so travelers can enjoy direct flight from Lukla to Kathmandu. It approximately takes 40 minutes to reach Kathmandu from Lukla on a flight. From domestic airport, you’ll be transferred to your hotel on a private tourist vehicle.

Flying from Lukla to Manthali

The flight from Lukla to Manthali is takes approximately 20 minutes. Afterwards, we drive back to Kathmandu from Manthali which usually takes 5-6 hours (hours may differ depending on traffic condition). Expect to fly from Lukla to Manthali on peak seasons:Spring (March –May) & autumn (September – November). Upon reaching Kathmandu, you’ll be transferred to your hotel on a shared tourist vehicle.

 Helicopter Option

Flying in helicopter is a unique experience that adds a touch of luxury to your journey, allowing you to enjoy the pristine beauty of Khumbu Himalaya in style. You can book your spot for a direct helicopter flight from Lukla to Kathmandu for an additional USD 300 Dollar per Person. Do note that the price is quoted on a sharing basis of 5 people.

  • Breakfast
  • Hotel

After breakfast, there will be free time for souvenir shopping and other independent activities. 

    We will accompany you to the International Airport in time to board your flight. 

      Trip Map

      Three Peaks in Everest Region map

      What's Included

      • Transfer from Airport – Hotel – Airport: Car, Van, Hi-ace or Coaster in a private vehicle.
      • Authentic Nepali welcome dinner with Live Nepalese Cultural Program.
      • Accommodation in Kathmandu: Standard Hotel Four nights on Twin share Bed and Breakfast Basis
      • Accommodation during Trek: local lodges 17 nights (twin-share rooms, beds with comfortable foam mattresses and pillows)
      • Accommodation during Camping: 8 nights in Tents including all meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner, tang juice, fruit, tea and coffee)
      • All standard meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during the trekking
      • All Camping Equipment required during the trek, sleeping tents/mattresses, kitchen tent, kitchen equipment
      • Climbing rope, Ice screws, Snow bar
      • Camping  kitchen staff, Trek Sherpa and other support staff while on peak climbing
      • Climbing Guides and Climbers Ratio:
      • 1 Sherpa Climbing Guide: 1-2 Climbers 
      • 2 Sherpa Climbing Guide: 3-5 Climbers 
      • 3 Sherpa Climbing Guide: 6-8 Climbers
      • Porters: 1 Trekker: 1 Porter
      • Trek Staff costs including their salary,  equipment, food and accommodation.
      • Personal insurance for Nepalese staff.
      • Annapurna Foothill’s Duffle Bag for Trekking.
      • Annapurna Foothills Souvenir
      • Energy Supplies: Snickers, Mars, Bounty etc.
      • First aid medicine kit.
      • Mera Peak, Island Peak and Lobuche East Peak Climbing Permits
      • Sagarmatha National Park Fee, TIMS permits & all required permits and Official Documentation.
      • Round-Trip airfare between Kathmandu and Lukla (Airport Tax Included)
      • All government and local taxes.
      • Lobuche East Peak, Mera and Island Peak Climbing certificates issued from the respective body of the Nepal Government.
      • All required  Group Climbing Equipments 
      • Supplementary Oxygen Cylinder with mask regulator or Gamow Bag (A life-saving device in case of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness)
      • Thuraya Satellite phone for logistical, safety and personal emergency use only
      • Pulse Oximeter (Oxygen Meter) to check your pulse and oxygen saturation, and heart rate to monitor your health condition throughout your trip
      • Assistance in arranging Helicopter rescue operations (24/7) in case of complicated health conditions or any other emergencies (should be covered by your Travel Insurance)

      What’s Excluded

      • Your Personal Travel Insurance.
      • Nepal Entry Visa Fee.
      • Lunch & Dinner in cities - allow $ 10 to $ 14 per meal in Tourist restaurants.
      • Beverages (drinks, mineral water, boiled water and beer).
      • Tips for guide, porters and driver (customary).
      • Any personal expenses not mentioned in the above services.
      • Additional night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early return from Trek (due to any reason) than the planned itinerary.
      • Personal Climbing Gears: Mountaineering Boots, Crampons, Harness, Ice Axe, 2 x Tape slings, 2 x Screwgate Karabiners, Descender / Abseil,  Device (Jumar), Prussic Loops, Helmet

      Departure Dates

      Start Date24 Sep, 2024End Date23 Oct, 2024AvailableUS$ 4500

      Departure Note:

      Guaranteed- We already have trekkers booked for those dates and you can join the group.

      Available - The date is available to book and once you confirm your trip it will be guaranteed.

      Limited - The departure date is filling fast and only limited seats are available to join.

      Closed- The Trip cannot be booked on that specific date. Contact us for customized dates.

      The departure dates are your arrival dates in Nepal.

      We have set dates for departure to the Three Peaks Expedition in Everest Region. So, pick your preferable date and let the adventure begin.

      If the date you prefer is not listed on our departure dates then you can contact us directly to book the trip on your own desired date.

      We have listed the price up to 08 trekkers at maximum. If you are more than 08 trekkers, then please feel free to contact us for amazing discounted group price and further booking process.

      Private Trips to Three Peaks Expedition in Everest Region is possible. Contact us to design your own private trips with you loved ones.

      Solo Trips: Single trekkers are always welcome to join the climb. On your arrival at Kathmandu, you’ll have a single room in Kathmandu Hotel as per your requirement and have to share a room at the local teahouses during the trekking.

      Useful Info

      Tipping Guides and Porters for Three Peaks in Everest Region

      Tipping is a common practice in the trekking and climbing industry in Nepal. It is a way to show appreciation for the hard work, dedication, and assistance of guides and porters. While it is not mandatory, it is customary and greatly appreciated. It is expected to give tips at the end of the trek when you say goodbye to your guides and porters. If you need help with how much to tip, you can check our Tips for Tipping page.

      Three Peaks in Everest Region Difficulty Level

      The difficulty level of the Three Peaks Expedition varies depending on the individual's fitness level, weather conditions, route choice, personal fitness level, and prior experience.

      Mera Peak Difficulty Level

      Although the Mera Peak climb is not technically challenging, it requires good physical fitness and endurance due to the high altitude and the demanding nature of high-altitude trekking. This includes long and challenging days of trekking, often in harsh weather conditions. Therefore, we recommend our guests have previous trekking experience at high altitudes and be comfortable with multi-day trekking and camping.

      Island Peak Difficulty Level

      Despite being lower in altitude than Mera Peak, Island Peak is slightly more technical and challenging. The route to Island Peak is technically challenging, requiring climbers to cross crevasses on ladders and use fixed ropes to reach the summit. The final 150 meters (Ice Head Wall) is the most challenging section, which is steep and exposed. Climbers must be in excellent physical condition, well-acclimatized, and adequately equipped to summit Island Peak, which can take 10-14 hours, depending on the individual’s pace.

      Lobuche East Peak Difficulty Level

      The difficulty level of Lobuche Peak Climbing is moderate. It is, undoubtedly, a challenging climb, but it requires a different level of technical expertise than an expedition peak. The climb to Lobuche Peak involves a lot of uphill and downhill walking, as well as some steep sections. You will need to be in good physical condition and have a basic understanding of mountaineering skills, such as using crampons, ropes, and rock and ice climbing techniques at high altitudes.

      Preparation and Training for Three Peaks Climbing in Everest Region

      Preparing to climb the Three Peaks in Everest Region is a thrilling and inspiring endeavour. The Three Peaks (Mera Peak, Island Peak and Lobuche East Peak) above 6000 meters are all challenging climbs. Appropriate preparation (Physical and Mental) is crucial for a successful ascent and safe climbing experiences in Khumbu Himalaya.

      Physical Preparation

      Three Peak Climbing in the Everest Region is a physically demanding adventure that requires a good level of fitness. To prepare, you should focus on cardiovascular exercises like running, hiking, cycling, or swimming to improve your endurance. You should also include strength training exercises to build your leg muscles, core strength, and upper body strength.

      Another important factor is acclimatization. This is the process of adjusting your body to the high altitude. Our itinerary has been designed with enough rest days and gradual altitude gains to allow your body to acclimatize properly. This expedition also involves basic mountaineering techniques, such as crampons, ice axes, and ropes. If you are not already experienced in alpine climbing, taking a mountaineering course is a good idea to learn and sharpen your skills.

      Finally, you should study the weather and temperature conditions in the Everest Region before you go. You can also watch videos of people who have done the Mera Peak expedition before to better understand what to expect.

      Mental Preparation

      Mental preparation is essential for achieving any challenging goal, and conquering three peaks is no exception. Climbers must be mentally prepared to face the physical and emotional challenges of high-altitude mountaineering.

      Here are some tips for mental preparation for Three Peak Climbing in Everest Region:

      Do your Research: Learn as much as you can about the route, the challenges, and the risks involved. This will help you to feel more confident and prepared.

      Build Mental Flexibility: This means being able to adapt to changing circumstances and unexpected challenges. It is important to be able to roll with the punches and not let setbacks derail your progress.

      Maintain a Positive Mindset: This is essential for staying motivated and focused on your goal. Focus on the positive aspects of the challenge and remind yourself of why you want to achieve it.

      Believe in Yourself: Confidence is key to success in any endeavour. Believe in your ability to overcome the challenges and reach your goal.

      Connect with Others: Talk to other climbers, read books and blogs, and join online communities. This can help you to gain insights and support from people who understand what you are going through.

      Three Peaks in Everest Region Gear and Equipment List

      When planning to climb popular trekking peaks in the Himalayas of Nepal combined i.e. Mera Peak, Island Peak and Lobuche East Peak, it is important to check this complete equipment checklist before packing. The choice of gear, equipment, and clothing depends on your goals, but the purpose of these items is similar for all big mountains. Here is a Complete Gears & Equipment Checklist for Three Peaks Climbing in Everest Region in Nepal.

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