Lobuche East Peak Climbing is one of Nepal's most adventurous and technical trekking peaks, the land of the best Himalayas trekking. Although it stands above 6,119 m and 20,192 ft, it requires high technical skill to climb the peak. Reaching its summit is truly a peak of great challenge, where you will blend with mighty views of surrounding snow-capped peaks. It includes Khumbu Himal, Mount Everest(you may read our blog on Where Mount Everest is located), and Makalu in the east with Mt. Cho-Oyu's northwest direction.
It makes you feel like a real mountaineer in achieving the goal with a safe and enjoyable climb on Lobuche East Peak Climbing. Our itinerary days are flexible, with more space to acclimatize as well. One can exercise great during walks with a combination of Everest base camp and scenic Kalapatthar Hill.
After much walking, you will be ready to tackle the climb to the top of the Lobuche East Peak summit. We use an extra high camp to make the ascent more possible and accessible.
Lobuche East Peak Climbing starts on reaching Lukla town after a short scenic flight from Kathmandu. And then we head towards Dudh Kosi River gorge and valley, passing nice and lovely Sherpa villages. It leads you within green alpine woodland to reach the famous Namche Bazaar.
At Namche, we explore its village, observing the lively Sherpa culture of Buddhism religion. Then, we head towards the next scenic spot, the beautiful Tengboche. Here we explore its impressive monastery surrounded by alpine forests and snow-capped peaks.
From Tengboche, leaving the green vegetation and tree lines for the sheer barren country as our walk leads to the Arctic zone at Everest Base Camp. It is enclosed within the world’s giant mountains, with a climb of Kalapatthar for commanding views of peaks with Everest and Mt. Pumori at close distance. Then head towards our real adventure at Lobuche East Base Camp.
After necessary preparation at Lobuche East Peak Base and High Camp, we climb arduous sections to tackle to reach the summit. You can have an overwhelming panorama of peaks and landscaped views from the Lobuche top.
After a glorious ascent on top of Lobuche East Peak, feeling in high spirits, we descend towards the lower areas of Khumbu. Finally, we reach Lukla for a smooth scenic flight to Kathmandu with memorable adventure and exciting thrill on Lobuche East Peak Climbing.
Lobuche Peak Climbing Best Seasons:
Nearly all months of the year except the monsoon. Monsoon starts from mid-June to mid-September.
March to May is regarded as the best time to climb Lobuche Peak. You get a clear view till afternoon when wildflowers are in bloom with fantastic views of mountains. A day will be pleasant with cooler morning and nighttime.
Another best time for Lobuche Peak Climbing is October(a famous month for Festivals in Nepal) to December. The main reason is clear views of peaks but short sunlight hours, which can be cold in the morning and night.