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Lobuche Peak Climbing

Climbing the stunning Lobuche Peak (6,119 m) with Everest Base Camp Trek

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Best Season Best Season March to May & August to November
Trip Duration Trip Duration 19 Night 20 Days
Trip Difficulty Trip Difficulty Challenging
Accomodation Accomodation Hotel in City, Lodge in trek, and tent camp
 Max. Elevation Max. Elevation 6,119m (20,075ft)
more Facts
Arrival city: Kathmandu
Departure city: Kathmandu
Trekking Days: 13 Days
Climbing Days: 02 Days
Activity Per Day: Approximately 5-7 hrs walking
Nature Of Trek: Lodge to Lodge Trekking
Trip Route: Lukla- Namche- Dingboche- Gorak Shep- EBC - Island Peak
Attractions: Tengboche Monastery, Namche Bazaar, EBC, Kala Patthar, Island Peak

Trip Highlights

  • Nestled in the Khumbu region of Nepal, near Everest Base Camp.
  • Offers stunning panoramas of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and more.
  • Often combined with Everest Base Camp trek for a complete Himalayan experience.
  • Stands at around 6,119 meters, requiring proper acclimatization.
  • Non-technical peak with basic mountaineering skills needed.
  • Hub for rest and preparation, surrounded by breathtaking scenery.
  • Navigating crevasses and ice formations adds excitement.
  • Multiple options, East and West routes, each with unique challenges.
  • Provides a taste of high-altitude expedition experience.
  • Attaining a Himalayan summit for moderately skilled climbers.
  • Immersion in Sherpa culture and traditions enhances the journey.


Lobuche Peak Climbing is, of course, an exciting and rewarding adventure that provides breathtaking views of the other Himalayan peaks, including Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and many others. The duration of Lobuche Peak climbing typically varies from 16 to 20 days, depending on the specific itinerary and weather conditions. This includes the trek to Everest Base Camp or the Gokyo Lakes. And followed by a few days of acclimatization and training at Lobuche Base Camp.

Lobuche Peak is another peak in the Everest Region. Truly, it is a popular trekking peak in the Himalayas which is comfortable for people trekking in and out of Everest Base Camp. Situated near the Khumbu Glacier, the peak stands at an elevation of 6,119 meters (20,075 feet). This trekking peak starts from the small settlement of Lobuche village, a bit further from the trekking route.

This peak is not as much as demanding as Mt. Everest or Ama Dablam or many other high peaks in the Himalayan region. But it is a somewhat technically demanding climb, requiring previous mountaineering experience and basic ice climbing skills. The route to the summit involves traversing steep slopes, rock scrambling, and ascending fixed ropes. The first-ever ascent of Lobuche West was in 1995 via the South shoulder. This peak is astonishing and will take above 20,000 ft with a magnificent view of the Khumbu Region. This trekking peak is possible to conquer in 4 additional days which starts from Lobuche.

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Climbers use ascenders to travel up with fixed ropes that protect against falls. A rope course, belt, ice axe, crampons, and ascenders are the things that are essential to conquer this trekking peak. Yes, the peak base camp is Lobuche where you will spend a night. And you won’t have to rush for early morning for this day. The Lobuche high camp lies at an altitude of  5,486 meters/18000 feet.

Indeed, the summit can be ascent within 4-5 hours of leaving high camp. However, you will have to wake up at 1 am and leave at 2 after finishing all the adjustments. During this time of night, the snow is feasible for climbing.

As a matter of fact, East Peak is climbed more frequently than West Peak. Between two peaks, there is a long deeply notched ridge. And the steep drop between two peaks nearly makes it unimaginable for climbing.

This beautiful crest, in fact, has been a choice for most trekkers who want to taste and challenge themselves. Are you ready to conquer our team? Trekker Paradise will guide you all through your journey.

If you’re looking for similar peak climbing experiences to Lobuche Peak, there are several other popular trekking peaks in the Everest region and other parts of Nepal. Island Peak Climbing and Mera Peak Climbing have been the top choices for peak climbers and mountaineers who want to start mountaineering and even climb the highest mountains of Nepal. Pisang Peak (6,091 m) and Chulu West (6,584 m) in the Annapurna region and Yala Peak (5,520 meters) in the Langtang region are other names of famous peaks climbing in Nepal.

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Trip Itineraries are customizable according to your choice & the number of days you want to stay. Simply, Contact Us

  • Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu, Nepal

    Kathmandu (1,300m /4,265 ft)

    See for yourself if all that you have read and watched on the internet, about the tranquil beauty of Nepal and warm hospitality of Nepalese. After flying through the beautiful view of this trekkers’ paradise, you will meet our company representative at the airport. You must have an impatient heart for a breathtaking adventure. Get ready to experience Nepal up close and personal. But first, we will transfer you to your hotel.

    If you have an early arrival, you may stroll around the hippest and happening area in Thamel, where you can find restaurants with varieties of cuisine to dine.

    This first night in the country, you will be staying in Kathmandu.

  • Day 02: Explore Kathmandu and Preparation Day

    Kathmandu (1,300m /4,265 ft)

    On your second day, you can go sightseeing to some of the famous religious and historical sites of Kathmandu. (Follow the link for more information on sightseeing sites-in-Kathmandu). After exploring this city of temples, you will meet your trekking guide at the hotel. You will be briefed in detail about the trekking adventure. The guide will also assist you with any last-minute shopping that you require for the trek.

    Have a well-rested night at Kathmandu before heading off to the mountains.
    (You can dump the stuff you do not want during the trek at the hotel or our office store.)

  • Day 03: Fly to Lukla, and trek to Phakding

    Lukla: (2,850m/9,350 ft) Phakding: (2,650 m/ 8,562 ft)

    An early morning breathtaking Himalayan flight to Lukla. After the flight of about 40 minutes, we will spend about an hour in Lukla and feel the drastic change in the weather from Kathmandu to there. This will help us to cope with the weather there and be ready for real adventure.

    Then, our porters will carry our belongings and we will start our trekking to Phakding for 3 to 4 hours. We can see many mountain ranges on our way including Mt. Khumbila, a sacred mountain that has never been climbed. After reaching Phakding, we can already find our luggage there.

  • Day 04: Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar

    Phakding: (2,650 m/ 8,562 ft) Monjo: (2,835m/9,301 ft) Namche Bazaar: (3,440m/11,285 ft)

    Today we will trek for about 6 to 7 hours to Namche Bazaar, a place which is also known as the gateway to Everest. We will walk along the bank of Dudh Koshi River and reach Bengkar in around an hour. We can see the first view of Mt. Thamserku (6,623m), another local divinity. From Bengkar, the walk continues through a long suspension bridge, and then through a beautiful pine forest to Monjo. Soon thereafter, we will approach the entrance to Sagarmatha National Park for a brief permit check and then descend to Dudh Koshi River.

    We reach Jorsale(2,740 m.), a small village that lies on the west side of the Dudh Koshi river, just north of Monjo and south of Namche Bazaar. Jorsale is also the last settlement before Namche, so after this village, there is a continuous tough walk of around 2 hours before we finally reach Namche.

  • Day 05: Acclimatization day in Namche Bazaar

    Namche (3,440m/11,285 ft) Everest View Hotel: (3,962m/12,998 ft)

    To adjust to high altitude and to avoid Acute Mountain Sickness in the further trial, acclimatization is required. After trekking for two days, we will take a rest at Namche for a day. We will acclimatize ourselves in this largest Sherpa village of Nepal. First, we will visit Sagarmatha National Park and if the weather is clear we can see the first glimpse of Everest.

    We will hike for two hours to Everest View Point and Khumjung Valley and also visit Sherpa Museum and explore Sherpa culture and the history of mountaineering. Have lunch in Khumjung Valley. Furthermore, we will also visit Syangboche Airport, which is the highest airport in Nepal. Rest of the day we can visit the town and go to cafes, shops, and restaurants.

  • Day 06: Trek from Namche Bazaar to Debuche

    Namche (3,440m/11,285 ft) Phunki Tenga: 3,312m/10,866 ft) Debuche: (3,740m/12,270 ft)

    After breakfast, we will resume our trek towards Deboche Village. Deboche is a monastic settlement established by Lama Gulu for the benefits of a nun. Doboche and Tengboche, 3867m, are the alternatives to each other for today’s destination. But we prefer Deboche as it is located at less altitude and the forest here is much denser.

    While walking for about 2 hours before we reach Kyangjuma, the gentle flat path is built by Pasang Sherpa, also known as Lama Seru. Lama Seru has been actively constructing trails beyond Namche leading up to the foothill of Everest. We will see many different mountains like Thamseku, Amadablam, Lhotse, and Everest and cross beautiful stupas and manes. Walking downhill towards the Dudhkoshi River, we reach Phunki Tenga (3,312m) and Juniper forest. This is the place for us for refreshment and having lunch. After spending some time here, you will start walking again.

    We will resume our trek, crossing the suspension bridge with the view of Imja River which is separating from Dudhkoshi River. We will walk continuously for 2 hours uphill to reach Tengboche. As the altitude increases, we have to drink water every hour. Tengboche is one of the most beautiful villages in the Everest region which contains Tengboche Monastery established by Lama Gulu with strong links to its mother monastery known as the Rongbuk Monastery in Tibet.

    Tengboche village may be overcrowded during the peak season of trekking; hence we head towards Deboche just 15 minutes smooth downhill. During the period of today’s trek, we must drink enough water and continue moving slowly, the trail gives us a magnificent view of towering big mountains just in front of our eyes.

  • Day 07: Trek from Debuche to Dingboche

    Debuche: (3,740m/12,270 ft) Somare: (4,060m/13,320 ft) Dingboche: (4,360m/14,290ft)

    Today’s journey continues with a trek through the Rhododendron forest and several villages across the path. We will walk for 45 minutes inside Juniper forest to reach Imja River. Continuing our walk leads us to Pangboche village (3,950m). We can visit Pangboche School built by Sir Edmund Hillary’s Himalayan Trust. Continuing our walk for one and a half hrs, we will reach Somare (4,060m). This is the place where the tree line finishes. We will stop by here for lunch.

    After spending a few times there, continue to walk to reach Orsho, a place where Everest disappears and is covered by the Lhotse-Nuptse wall. We continued our trek to the Imja Valley and Lobuche River before ascending to Dingboche for about an hour trek. We must drink enough water and continue moving slowly, the trail gives us a magnificent view of towering big mountains just in front of our eyes.

  • Day 08: Acclimatization day in Dingboche

    Nangkartshang: (5,085m/16,683 ft)

    Another rest/acclimatization day at Dingboche is very important as it will help everyone to cope with its high altitude and cold environment. During this time we can explore Dingboche and the surrounding valleys of Chhukung and Imja. We can also do a day hike to Nangkartshang Peak (5085m) from where we can see Mt. Makalu (8,485m), the 5th highest mountain in the world along with different faces Amadablam, Kangtega (6,685m), and Cholatse (6,440m).

    With the exploration of amazing views and scenic beauty, we will again explore Dingboche village in the evening time and rest there overnight.

  • Day 09: Trek from Dingboche to Lobuche

    Dingboche: (4,360m/14,290ft) Dhugla: (4,620m/15,157 ft) Lobuche: (4,930m/16,175 ft)

    Due to the higher altitude, this trek will be more difficult in comparison to previous days. We will walk in the alpine region where there are no forests and just above Periche village to reach Thukla (also known as Dukhla) 4,615m. Finally, we reach Thukla after crossing Khumbu Glacier and walking for around 3 hours. Short break here and feel your energy and again continue to walk and climb Thukla pass for 1an hour. This is the place where memorial stupas are built dedicated to the climbers and trekkers who failed to return from Everest over the years.

    We reach Lobuche in an hour and a half. This trail of a total of 6 to 7 hours is slightly difficult as well, but the breathtaking view of the mountains will keep us motivated and it will feel like we reached Lobuche in no time. We feel completely different as we are staying nearly 5,000m above sea level. We must drink water again and again to help ourselves. From Lobuche, we can see mountains like Lobuche Peak (6,119m), Pumori (7,138m), Nuptse (7,661m), and many others small mountains. But from the place where there are most of the lodges, we cannot see any of those.

  • Day 10: Trek from Lobuche to Everest Base Camp and back to Gorakshep

    Gorakshep: (5,185m/ 17,010 ft) Everest Base Camp: (5,364m/17,598ft)

    The biggest day of our trek will lead us towards Everest Base Camp. Comparatively easier at the beginning, the trek will be harder after we reach Gorak Shep. Here we have to ascend and descend mostly on glacier paths and hard rocks. After 1 and half hours, we will see the first view of Kalapatthar (black rock mountain) along with other mountains such as Pumori (7,138m), Nuptse (7,861m), Lingtren (6,749m). We will reach Gorak Shep in about 3 hours of walk. Short break at Gorak shep and we will feel the energy, keep your backpack there, and head towards EBC.

    Drink enough water while walking. On our way, we will approach Khumbu Glacier, the highest glacier in the world and the largest of Nepal. After nearly 3 hours of hiking on a straight trail, yet dangerous, we will finally reach the basecamp.

    When we reach the base camp all the exhaustion of a week trek will be lost as its beauty will make you feel like in heaven. We can enjoy amazing views of Nuptse (7,861m), Khumbuste (6,665m), and Pumori (7,136m) mountains from the base camp. After spending some time there we will head back to Gorak shep where we will spend the night.

  • Day 11: Hike to Kala Patthar (5,555m/18,208ft)-viewpoint, trek back to Lobuche

    Kala Patthar: (5,555m/18,208ft) Lobuche: (4,930m/16,175ft)

    Kalapathar is the highest point of altitude that we will trek. As Mt. Everest cannot be seen from basecamp, Kalapathar is the best viewpoint where we can see Everest just in front of our eyes. We will head towards there before dawn, the weather will be freezing and we have to wear warm clothes along with a light attached to our head. After 2 hours of the trek in the dark, we will finally reach Kalapathar. From the best viewpoint of our trek, we can see 360 degrees of mountains like Khumbutse (6,665m) Pomori (7,136m), Lingtren (6,749m), Lhotse (8,516m), Nuptse (7,861m), Amadablam (6,814m) and highest of them all Everest (8,848.86m). After spending a few minutes there, we will head back towards Gorak Shep for breakfast.

    We will not spend overnight there so will continue back towards Lobuche village for an overnight stay with a total trek of about 4 to 85 hours this day. Well rest and ready for the next adventure to Lobuche peak.

  • Day 12: Trek Lobuche Peak High Camp

    Lobuche: (4,930m/16,175ft) High Camp: (5,200m/17,060ft)

    After breakfast slowly start to trek towards Lobuche Peak Base Camp. Within 2 hours you will be in Base Camp and continue trek to High Camp. Trial up to Base Camp is flat then Zigzagging ascent in moraine up to high camp. The climbing guide will again re-check your gear and give you basic training about climbing, how to use your climbing gear, and so on. Overnight in tented Camp.

  • Day 13: Summit Lobuche Peak (6119m/20,075ft) back to Base Camp

    Lobuche Peak (6119m/20,075ft)

    Today is the day of your Summit. Begin early in the morning, about 2:00 am. Your climber guide will give you a wake-up call, serve tea and some high food after then gear up and ready to move. Your guide will let you know from where you have to use your climbing gear. Within 6-7 hours you will be in Summit (depend on conditions). After spending half an hour in summit climbing down to base camp. It takes around 5 hours to come down from the top.

  • Day 14: Trek to Pheriche from Base Camp

    Pheriche: (4,250m/13,945ft)

    After a great climb to Lobuche peak, enjoy a mountain breakfast in base camp. Pack your gears and gradually descending down to Pheriche Valley situated at an altitude of about 4,371 m.

  • Day 15: Trek from Pheriche to Namche Bazaar

    Pheriche: (4,250m/13,945ft) Namche: (3,440m/11,285ft)

    We descend rapidly and come back directly to Namche Bazaar. We have to come downhill which will not be difficult as before. We descend through a hillside filled with rhododendron and juniper trees and cross a bridge over the Dudh Koshi River.

    We descend through the pine forest and can enjoy the views of Ama Dablam, Thamserku, and Nuptse mountains yet again. We can also find other trekkers heading in opposite directions. If we have time we can share the great experience with them as well. After the descending trek of about 6 to 7 hours, we will reach Namche Bazaar.

  • Day 16: Trek from Namche Bazaar to Lukla

    Namche: (3,440m/11,285ft) Lukla: (2,850m/9,350ft)

    We don’t need to take two days to reach Lukla as we did in the reverse trek earlier. We will trek towards the Hillary Suspension Bridge and along with the pass-through several local villages.

    After reaching Phakding, we can take some time there for rest. We will again slowly walk towards Lukla and overnight rest there.

  • Day 17: Fly back to Kathmandu

    Kathmandu (1,400m /4,593ft)

    We will fly back to Kathmandu from Lukla today. This flight sometimes may not be constant because of the difficult weather situations. So we have to wait for the perfect moment.

    We can yet again enjoy the view of beautiful mountain ranges and peaks from the flight. If we reach Kathmandu early we will have plenty of time to rest for the whole day. Even if we reach late, there is nothing to worry about as we will have yet another day in Kathmandu for the whole day to rest.

  • Day 18: Rest day in Kathmandu

    Kathmandu (1,400m /4,593ft)

    Looking at your schedule you can plan your free day in Kathmandu. You can spend a productive day by engaging in outdoor activities like cycling, wall climbing, short hiking, or visit the UNESCO world heritage sites, etc. (Outdoor activities in Kathmandu).

    Later in the evening the all of us associated with this amazing trip will gather for a farewell dinner at a traditional Nepali restaurant.

    (If you don’t have time you can departure same day)

  • Day 19: Final Departure

    Kathmandu (1,400m /4,593ft)

    We will drop you at the airport according to your flight schedule.

    Trekkers Paradise hopes to take you on another exciting trek soon !!

Cost Includes

  • All necessary airport arrival departure as per the itinerary.
  • 4 night’s hotel accommodation in Kathmandu on a twin sharing basis on BB plan.
  • Kathmandu Sightseeing by professional English-speaking tour guide.
  • Private transportation for sightseeing in Kathmandu
  • Domestic Flights (Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu) Tickets for clients and guides.
  • 3 meals a day during the trekking (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) as mention in the itinerary.
  • Boiled water, tea, or coffee during the trek.
  • Five nights room with attached bathroom at Lukla, Phakding, Namche (3 night), Eight nights at best available room at Tengboche, Dingboche, Louche, Gorakshep and Pheriche (twin Sharing room)- 13 Night
  • Professional government license holder English speaking trekking guide and his salary.
  • Climbing guide, Equipment allowance, and his salary
  • Lobuche Peak climbing permit, and liaison officers
  • Foods, three times a day with tea, coffee & juice
  • Double occupancy tents above base camp
  • Personal tents in basecamp
  • Full base camp with dining tent, kitchen tent, pee tent & toilet tent
  • Group climbing equipment such as rope, ice screws, snow pickets, etc.
  • The required number of porters to carry the luggage during the trek (We assign one porter for every two guests).
  • Coverage of Guides and Porters, Their meals, insurance, transportation, flight, and other necessary equipment.
  • Sagarmatha National Entry Park Permit
  • Rural Municipality fee
  • Farewell dinner.A comprehensive medical kit.
  • All government and local taxes.
  • Garbage deposit in Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA)
  • Trekkers Paradise’s appreciation of certificate after the successful trek.

Cost Excludes

  • International airfare to/ from Nepal.
  • Nepal Entry Visa Fees for multiple Entries on arrival at Tribhuwan Internationa Airport- (15 days – $25-30, 30 days- $40-50 and 90 days- $100-110)
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Insurance covers, medical, emergency evacuation, loss, etc.
  • Personal expense (shopping, snacks, boil bottle water, hot and cold drinks, hot shower, Alcohol, Wi-Fi, telephone call, battery re-charge fee), extra porters, etc
  • Hot shower during the trekking.
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, and early return from the mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary.
  • Additional costs or delays caused by out of management control, for example, landslide, weather condition, itinerary modification due to safety concerns, illness, change of government policies, strikes, etc.
  • Tips and gratitude provided to staff, Summit bonus for climbing guide, and kitchen staff.

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Everest Base Camp, Lobuche Peak & Island Peak Climbing !!! Sauraj Jhingan Pune, India

Everest Base Camp, Lobuche Peak & Island Peak Climbing !!!

I used Trekkers Paradise to climb Island Peak in 2013, Lobuche in 2015 /2017, and Everest Base Camp trek multiple times. Throughout my trip to Nepal, I found this company to be trustworthy, responsible, and secure. The views of the highest mountains are just breathtaking from the summit of Lobuche & Island peak.  The company provides experienced climbing guides, food, climbing equipment, trekking guide & porters. I anxiously await the next Himalayan expedition, which promises to be a trekkers' paradise and many more to come.

Train Yourself

Best physical condition is required to trek in Nepal’s high altitude. Without some pre-trek training or a good level of basic fitness, it can be hard. We suggest running, walking, hiking on the hill, climbing stairs rather than elevators to prepare for the trek. Include swimming, rowing, biking in your daily base training.

Basic further experience and strength required for Climbing

  • One should be able to hike for 6-7 hours a day.
  • One should be able to carry 8 kg themselves on a backpack for preparation.
  • We suggest you run about 4/5 miles in the home for the preparation with some load on your back for 2 to 3 months to make your climbing much easier. Or use treadmill for everyday running and walking.
  • If you have an uphill location/mountain then once a week you should go hiking with a loaded bag pack on your back. If you do not have mountains and high hills then use stairs to go up/down than the elevator.
  • Regular swimming, biking, rowing is also a good way to maintain your physical strength.


  • Will someone come after my arrival to pick me up at the airport?

    Yes, Trekkers Paradise representative will be there to greet you outside of Terminal Hall. He will be displaying Trekkers Paradise name card with your name on it. You will be moved to the pre-select Hotel after that.

  • Do I need a visa to travel to Nepal?

    All foreign nationals, except Indian Citizens, need visas to enter Nepal.

  • What is the cost of the visa application process and Visa? Should we apply for a visa from our home country or will we get it at Nepalese Airport? Which documents are important that I should bring with me?

    After landing, you can obtain a visa at Tribhuwan International Airport, furthermore, it will be easier if you are filling up the visa form online (http://online.nepalimmigration.gov.np/tourist-visa) before taking the flight to Nepal. Entry Visa fees- at present are $ 30 for 15 days, $ 50 for 30 days, and $ 125 for a three-month visa on entry to Nepal.

    You should bring the following essential documents on the trip:

    • Valid Passport: must be valid for up to 6 months.
    • Travel insurance: you need to provide a copy of the insurance paper to Trekkers Paradise before you start the trek.
    • Flight Tickets.
    • Emergency contact numbers for T/C’s bank, insurance, family contacts.
  • When is the best time to climb Lobuche Peak?

    While Lobuche Peak can be climbed at any time of year except during the monsoon season, the best and most suitable seasons are spring and fall. Spring is the busiest climbing season of the year, lasting from March to early June. The fall season lasts from September to November, with mild temperatures and mostly clear skies.

  • Do I need permits?

    Yes, all foreign citizens require two permits for this trek. You require Sagarmatha National permit and a Local Government fee. To climb Lobuche you need an expedition permit issued from NMA. The climbing & trekking permit is included in the package cost and Trekkers Paradise will organize the permit.

  • Are there porters or yaks carrying the luggage or are we supposed to be carrying it alone?

    Our porters, who are honest and experienced, will look after your luggage while on the trek. All you need to carry is your small day bag for your personal belongings like a camera, water bottle, sun cream, money, etc. Normally, we assign one porter to carry the luggage of two trekkers.

  • May I charge my camera and mobile batteries on my Trip?

    These facilities will be available in most of the places in your Hotel reception by paying some service charges. Don’t forget to bring your adapters!!

  • How hard is Lobuche Peak Climbing?

    Lobuche peak climb is basically recommended for beginners willing to step into the world of mountaineering. Even so, climbing Lobuche Peak necessitates prior high-altitude trekking experience. Nonetheless, the route is safe, with fixed lines leading all the way to the summit. But, the 45-degree snow wall climb before reaching the summit ridge is challenging.

  • Do I require travel insurance?

    Yes. All trekkers and climbers are required to purchase adequate travel insurance, which includes a helicopter emergency evacuation plan.

    Insurance is not expensive compared to the cost of an evacuation during an expedition. Without having travel insurance during your trek or climb you will be financially responsible for all the costs of your evacuation and treatment. These bills can be tens of thousands of dollars.

  • Can you see Mt. Everest from Lobuche Peak?

    Lobuche Peak is a stunning peak resting at 6,119 meters (20,075 ft) above sea level. We can see 360 degrees of mountains like Khumbutse (6,665m) Pomori (7,136m), Lingtren (6,749m), Lhotse (8,516m), Nuptse (7,861m), Amadablam (6,814m), and highest of them all Everest (8,848.86m).

  • What are the facilities available in case of emergencies during the trek and expedition?

    In case you suffer from altitude sickness or any other problems, we will offer you the doctor’s prescribed medicines according to the type of problem facing you. We will descend you and incise of extreme cases, you will get rescued by the helicopter.

  • What are some basic Nepali customs that I should know about?

    • Take off your shoes before entering a temple or one’s home
    • Ask for permission before entering a Hindu temple
    • Taking photographs inside most temples are considered illegal
    • Ask for permission before taking photographs of objects, and including Nepali people.
    • Nepali people are friendly by nature. Have a genuine interest in them.
    • Talk to them. Be friendly as you travel
  • Are Trekkers Paradise’s staff insured?

    Yes, all the staff of Trekkers Paradise including trek guides, climbing guides, kitchen staffs, and porters are insured to recover any kinds of casualties.


Safety precaution for Lobuche Peak via Everest Base Camp:

Aside from geographical protection, Trekkers Paradise has taken safety in following things to make travel as safe as possible making the most out of it without any worry!

  • Our guides have received extensive wilderness first-aid training.
  • Trek leaders and guides have years of trekking experience who can help you if there is any kind of uneasiness and assure happiness & satisfaction are guaranteed.
  • We’ll have High-quality masks & Gloves with sanitizers for everyday use throughout the journey for the Trekkers Paradise team assisting you.
  • Encouragement and inspiration can be a regular occurrence.
  • Food and accommodation in the mountains would be rechecked for additional hygiene.
  • The climbing leader double-checks the gear, preparation, and route, among other things.

The meals during the trek and climb:

Our trek takes us to high altitudes near the world’s highest point, which means your body will need enough starch, protein, and nutrition, as food is the body’s fuel for hiking on such massive Himalayan trails. The food on this trek is very convenient, but not as convenient as it is in cities.

There will be Breakfasts, Lunch, Dinners, Tea & coffee will be provided in the trek. The popular menu items are:-

Breakfasts – (Oatmeal, Corn Flakes, French toast with Jam, Butter, Cheese, and Honey Tibetan bread or Chapati Local tsampa porridge, Hashed brown eggs, Varieties of eggs (Omelets) Pancakes Muesli Breads Fruits and Vegetables Hot drinks like varieties of teas and coffees Hot chocolates, etc)

Lunch – (Dhal, Bhat & Tarkari (Dal Bhat power 24 hours) Tibetan Bread Various Soups items Sherpa Stew Steaks Sandwiches Momo (dumplings) Macaroni dishes Tenduk Spaghetti Noodles Thukpa Pasta Vegetable curry Potatoes items Vegetable and salad Pizza (Tomato, Mushroom, Mixed) Snakes (Papad, Prawn) Desserts items (Rice Pudding, Apple pie), etc)

Dinners – ( Dhal, Bhat & Tarkari Tibetan Bread Various Soups items Sherpa Stew Steaks Sandwiches Momo (dumplings) Macaroni dishes Tenduk Spaghetti Noodles Thukpa Pasta Vegetable curry Potatoes items Vegetable and salad Pizza (, Tomato, Mushroom, Mixed) Snacks (Papad, Prawn) Pokada, finger chips, etc.

Desserts items (Rice Pudding, Apple pie), Hard Drinks Steaks, etc.) are available on the menu during the trek.

The best items from the lodge’s menu are fresh, hygienic, delicious, and nutritious. Almost everywhere on the menu, there is a mix of typical local, Asian, and western cuisine, but as we get closer, the menu list will be shortened. We highly recommend liquids green tea, lemon tea, hot lemon, ginger tea, and garlic soup, etc. at high altitude and also the fresh vegetable items for health benefit.

Note: During the climbing period, we’ll provide a tented camp. Also, provide a chef cook and cook assistant at the base camp to take care of your food and drink. We provide you nutrition high altitude package food and essential EPI cooking gas and stoves to boiled water, tea, coffee, and warm pocket food.

Accommodation details during the Trek and Climb:

14 day Everest base camp trek with Lobuche Peak climb includes Twelve nights to lodge stay at a mountain and four nights in Kathmandu hotel and two nights in tented camp. Where we use the best available lodge and select the best accommodation in the Everest region. We provide five nights room with attached bathroom at Lukla, Phakding, and Namche, six nights standard room at Debuche, Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorakshep, Pheriche (Generally twin Sharing room)

Four nights of Hotels in Kathmandu before and after the trek is required which is included in the package.

Passport and Visa:

All foreigners except Indian nationals must have a valid visa to enter Nepal. Visa is available on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport upon entry in Kathmandu, Nepal, and at Nepal borders of India and Tibet. Visa can be easily extended to the central immigration office. www.immigration.gov.np Visa application requires a passport with at least 6 months until expiration and one passport size photo.

The current cost of a visa for 15 Days – 30 USD, 30 Days – 50 USD, and 90 Days – 125 (to be paid in cash) Other currencies are also accepted although rates may differ. Other nationalities should check entry requirements. Visitors are requested to specify return flight tickets, time intended to stay in Nepal.

Visa Extension Fee: Tourist visa extension is done for a minimum of 15 days with USD 45 and USD 3 per day for additional days. In the case of a delay of less than 150 days additional USD 5 per day as of late fine.


Tipping is not included in the salaries of your guides, porters, or crew, but it is greatly appreciated. In Nepalese culture, tips are the accepted and a lovely way of saying thank you (“Dhanyabada”) for good service. Normally the tips are offered at the end of the trek and this is best done as a group. Most groups will give the trips the last day of the trek.

Booking and payment process:

Trekkers Paradise is a government authorized, registered, licensed, and bonded trekking and touring operator in Nepal. The company registered number is 221608/076/0677. We are members of the Trekking Agency Association of Nepal (TAAN), Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). Therefore, the book the Trekkers Paradise trip with confidence as we are reliable.10 percent of payment in advance and other necessary documentations like passport copy, passport size photos, travel insurance policy, arrival, and departure flight details can be made later but must not exceed within two weeks’ period from the booking date. Payment is to be made by bank transfer, western union. The remaining trip cost can be paid whether in cash or by bank transfer when you arrive in Nepal. Furthermore, we put forward the necessary modes of payment details as per your convenience by mail.

Difficulties during Everest Base Camp Trek with Lobuche Peak Climb:

  • The trekking trail to the Everest Base Camp gets filthy during Monsoon.
  • Cancellations of flight following bad weather and heavy snowfall
    Altitude sickness like nausea, breathing difficulties, and headache becomes common.
  • High-tech facilities like Wi-fi and ATM get exorbitant at high lands like Namche Bazar.
  • Peak season gives rise to the insufficiency of guest houses and lodges in Everest.
  • Accommodations are economic with no luxurious items and extra facilities.

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