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Lobuche East Trekking and Climbing

Overview

Lobuche East Peak is located in the Mount Everest region and stands at 6119m. The dark triangle of its rocky East face rises over the moraines of the Khumbu Glacier to form a spectacular skyline. It was first climbed relatively recently, in 1984. The summit offers stunning views of Mt Everest, Amadablang, Cholatse, Kangtega and a 360 degree panorama of the surrounding peaks.

The Lobuche peak climbing itinerary is designed with a side visit to Everest base camp and Kalapathar as part of our acclimatisation. The trip begins after taking a 30 minutes Scenic Mountain flight from Kathmandu to the famous Lukla Tenzing Hillary airport, gateway to the Everest expedition trail. The route takes in Sagarmatha National Park, the impressive Dudh koshi River and various Sherpa settlements, including Namche Bazaar, the trading centre for the Khumbu region. (Please see the Everest Base camp Itinerary for more details)

The approach to the Louche East peak itself is challenging and demands a high degree of physical fitness. It is suited to experienced trekkers with a real passion for challenging adventure.

As with all our treks, we can be flexible with the itinerary and can adjust many details according to your time, availability and special interests

At a Glance

Itinerary

Day 1   Arrival at Tribhuvan International airport Kathmandu. Pick up by Sherpa Brothers treks representative, transfer to hotel check in and welcome drink from receptionist. Rest and briefing about trip, O/N in hotel with bed and breakfast

Day 2   Half day sightseeing around world heritage sites in Kathmandu valley and preparation for the trip. In the evening welcome dinner offer from Sherpa Brothers treks at typical Nepalese cultural restaurant, O/N in hotel with bed and breakfast

Day 3   Morning scenic flight to Lukla (2,840m / 9,318ft) and trek start to Phakding (2,652m / 8,701ft), O/N in tea house : Approx 3 hours

Day 4   Trek to Namche Bazaar (3,446m / 11,306ft), O/N in tea house : Approx 7 hours

Day 5   Rest, hiking day to world highest point hotel Everest view hotel ( 3,860m / 12,666ft), O/N in tea house : Approx 3 hours

Day 6   Trek to Tyangbuche (3,867m / 12,687ft), O/N in tea house : Approx 7 hours

Day 7   Trek to Dingbuche (4,410m / 14,470ft), O/N in tea house : Approx 7 hours

Day 8   Rest, hiking day to Chhukung (4730m / 15521ft) acclimatize in Dingbuche, O/N in tea house : Approx 4 hours

Day 9   Trek to Labuche (4,930m / 16,175ft), O/N : Approx 5 hours

Day 10   Trek to Gorak Shep (5,184m / 17008ft). Same day hike to highest Mt of the world Everest base camp (5,363m / 17598ft), O/N in tea house : Approx 5 hours

Day 11   Early morning before sunris hike to top of Kalapathar(5,555m / 18,228ft) back to Gorakshep and trek to Labuche east base camp (4,920m), O/N in tent

Day 12   Trek to high camp, O/N in tent : Approx 5 hours

Day 13   High camp to summit day of Labuche east peak (6,119m) and trek back to Pheruche (4,270m / 14,011ft), O/N in tea house : Approx 10 hours

Day 14   Trek to Kyangjuma (3,550m / 11,648ft), O/N in tea house : Approx 7 hours

Day 15   Trek to Phakding (2,610m / 8,564ft), O/N in tea house : Approx 7 hours

Day 16   Trek to Lukla trek ends (2,800m / 9,187 ft), O/N in tea house : Approx 5 hours

Day 17   After having early morning breakfast, flight to Kathmandu rest, free time and last minute shopping in Kathmandu, O/N in hotel with bed and breakfast

Day 18   Extra day for mountain weather contingency

Day 19   As per flight time, pick up from hotel and drop 3 hour earlier to international airport for home departure

Services Includes

    • Accommodation and 3 times meal during 14 days Everest base camp and Labuche east peak climbing period
    • Professional and experience license holder trekking guide salary and insurance
    • Porter salary, equipments and insurance
    • Airfare to Lukla and back to Kathmandu with guide
    • Standard 3 star category hotel with delux bb in Kathmandu for 4 nights
    • Sagarmatha National park permit
    • Private transport for airport receive and departure
    • Trip route map
    • Duffel bag for packing daily trip gears
    • Labuche east climbing permit
    • License holder experience and Professinal Climbing guide salary, insurance
    • 3 days tent accommodation and food during the climbing
    • Fix rope + snow bar
    • Warm sleeping bag + mattress
    • Half day word heritage sites sightseeing in Kathmandu
    • Welcome dinner in Kathmandu

Services Excludes

    • Personal nature expense
    • Bar and beverage bills
    • Personal insurance
    • Personal climbing equipments
    • Lunch and dinner while in Kathmandu
    • Unforeseen accidental rescue
    • Days beyond the itinerary
    • Extra day at base camp because of change in weather
    • Gratitude to staff

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Additional Information

Accommodation and Food

4 nights in 3 star hotels with Deluxe BB in Kathmandu on twin sharing.12 day’s standard twin sharing accommodation in a local tea house (lodge) with meals, and 3 nights in standard tent accommodation on full board meal. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Tea/ Coffee)

Travel insurance

Sherpa Brothers Treks and Expedition Pvt. Ltd. take every care to make our treks safe and enjoyable. All our routes are scouted to ensure the trails are safe and the facilities along route are of an acceptable standard. In addition, we have vast experience of trekking at altitude and are trained to deal with Acute Altitude Sickness. However, due to terrain, weather and altitude, risk is not always predictable in the Himalaya. To ensure you have a worry free time with us, personal travel insurance is essential to cover the cost of unforeseen accident, illness or rescue. The costs involved can be large and personally overwhelming in the unlikely event of accident or injury.
All Nepalese staff, guides and porters employed by Sherpa Brothers Pvt. Ltd. are covered locally but we regret that we cannot offer insurance for our clients.
Sherpa Brothers Treks and Expedition Pvt. Ltd. is not liable should anything go wrong due to unforeseen circumstances.
When choosing an insurance policy be sure to confirm with your insurer that your policy covers adventure holidays and trekking at high altitude. Some insurers makes special exception for these types of trip so please read the small print and contact your insurer if you are unsure.

Required trekking gears list

Hiking gears

Day bag – 1
Dry Bag – 1
Walking pole – 1
Water bottle – 1
Head light – 1
Knife / Multi tools – 1

Cloth and body wear

Down jacket – 1
Sleeping bag – 1
Light warm hiking trouser – 2
Warm liner – 2
Towel – 2
Warm and sun hats – 1/1
Fleece / jacket and pants – 1
Windproof jacket – 1
Long and half sleeve hiking shirt – 3
Buff for (neck and head) – 1
Walking boot – 1
Gloves / mittens – 2
Warm hiking socks (wool / synthetic) – 4
Gaiter – 1
Flip flap/ Sandal – 1
Sun protection, health hygiene and water
Sun cream – 1
Sun glass – 2
Sun hat – 1
Lip guard – 1
Tooth brush – 1
Face wash soap – 1
Sanitizer – 2
Prescription medicine
Water bottle / Camel bag – 1
Water purifier tablet / lightweight filter
Toilet paper
Menstrual product

Personal belonging items

Passport
cash
Visa / credit card
Cell phone Power bank backup and charger
Camera / Gopro

We provide:

Sleeping tent
Sleeping bag
Mattress form
Sherpa Brothers office bag for packing daily trip gear
Particular area trekking map
Fixed rope and snow bar.

(Personal climbing equipment) need to bring:

Dynamic rope
Crampon – 1
Jumer – 1
Climbing boot

Tour Cost & Schedule

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Trip Facts

  • Trip Grade :   High Altitude
  • Trip Durations :  15 Days From Kathmandu
  • Highest Point :  6,119m / 20,233ft
  • Best Season :  Sep, Oct, Nov - Mar to May
  • Meal Plan : Breakfast in Kathmandu and Full board on Trek

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