- Aerial picture of high mountains and lush meadows
- Ama Dablam, Mt. Everest, Thamserku, and Cholatse glimpses
- A brief tour of Tengboche’s historic Tibetan monastery.
- View of the dawn from Kala Patthar
- Explore the ancient settlements of Khumbu Valley.
- Everest View Hotel offers breathtaking views of different landscapes and steep hills.
Nepal is a trekker’s heaven, with hundreds of thousands of high mountains. It has numerous beautiful hiking snow peaks that draw mountaineers in. Lobuche East peak climbing, on the other hand, is something else, with its unbelievable appeal and natural splendor.
It adds to the splendor of the Khumbu, which keen mountaineers climb across. It’s breathtaking, with dazzling glaciers, different landscapes, and snow peaks like Ama Dablam and Pokalde around it.
Lobuche East Peak is a natural wonder located in northeast Nepal, near to the Khumbu Glacier. It’s as magnificent as it gets, with majestic scenery, wonderful villages, and lovely valleys.
While the village lies at 4,930 meters altitude, the peak mounts all the way up, sitting at 20,075 ft high. It climbs the icy terrain, walks a deep notch ridge, and ascends steep glaciers to arrive at the summit.
The pastoral pathways that follow Lobuche Peak are quite spectacular. Trekkers may explore magnificent communities, mountain ridges, and glaciers. Visitors will be able to see the glittering snow peaks of Thamserku, Cholatse, and Kantega from the acme.
Peak Louche East After a flight to Lukla, the climbing begins. The route ends in Phakding after a straight uphill trek with a few ins and outs. Following the craggy landscape and passing suspension bridges, we’ll arrive at Namche, 30 kilometers from the Lobuche settlement.
Passing through the village of Tengboche across the canyon and leaving behind Dingboche, we’ll get to Lobuche. From there, the trail heads to Everest Base Camp that takes about 8 hours of trekking. A quick stop at and a retreat to the Lobuche village before we start climbing the snow peak.
Following the instructions of Sherpas, we’ll initially climb the base camp of Lobuche. Its long trails are rugged and filled with boulders, taking us somewhere between 5-6 hours. On the next day, we’ll ascend the steep glacier and snowy ridge to high camp and finally make it to the summit.
From atop the mountain, we’ll get the magnificent view of glistening snow peaks and glaciers. We’ll also catch the sight of beautiful glaciers along with the spectacles of mountains like Pokalde and Cholatse.