Extremely adventurous trek in Nepal that crosses three high passes below the highest peaks on Earth, Everest Three Passes Trek
Everest Three Passes Trek is the most challenging trek in Everest Region. It comprises three passes of the region that interconnect three breathtaking valleys below Everest; Gokyo, Khumbu & Chukkung.
A three week long trekking adventure that mostly follows trails 4000m plus under the shadows of Everest and its soaring neighbors, Everest Three Passes Trek is a sheer adventure. As every other trek in Everest, it kicks off from Lukla after an exciting flight to world's one of the thrilling airstrips at Tenzing Hillary Airport.
Highland Sherpa villages, sacred monasteries within them and the long line of painted mani walls chortens are cultural highlights of trek. The dense vegetation of Sagarmatha National Park that houses endangered floral and faunal species is attracting highlight for wildlife lovers during the trek. The landscapes dominated by towering snowcapped peaks above and the deep Dudh Koshi River Valley are the most amazing highlights of the trek.
The first pass trekkers cross during the trek is Renjola Pass that leads to Gokyo Valley; the home of famous Gokyo Ri and world's largest Ngozumpa Glacier. Crossing over Cho La Pass trekkers then enter Khumbu Valley which highlights Everest Base Camp & Kalapatthar. Finally, the trek over Kongma La Pass stretches to Chukkung Valley, which is the way to most frequented climbing peak, Island Peak.
Our trained guides will take care about the acclimatization issues, your food and accommodation.
Bullet point Highlights
- The sighseeing tour of UNESCO World Heritage sites of Kathmandu Valley
- The incredible Sherpa culture and hospitality of Khumbu, Chukkung & Gokyo Valleys
- Beautifully located Sherpa villages and the ancient monasteries within them
- An extremely adventurous walk including the cross over Cho La, Kongma La & Renjo La Passes with awe-inspiring Himalayan panorama dominated by Everest
- The landmarks like Everest & Kalapatthar, Gokyo Lake & Gokyo Ri from where world's highest mountains look very close