Great Mountain Trekking

Thrill, adventure, stimulation and peace of mind! If you are searching for these ingredients in your boring and hectic life

Old Kingdom Of Mustang

Cultural and scenic adventure to Old Kingdom of Mustang in the windswept territory in the highest and largest extension Tibetan plateau.

Inspiring Journey To Holy Mt. Kailash

Mount Kailash, an amazing holy mountain at an elevation 6.714 m / 22,028 ftlocated within South West Tibet on the Nagari vast flatland.

Everest High Passes Trekking

Ultimate challenge of crossing three high passes in the Everest region namely Khangma La Pass, Cho La pass and Renjo La Pass.

Lower Dolpo Via Jumla

Relish the beauty of snowcapped mountains as you walk through ancient and isolated villages with rich wildlife and stunning lakes.

Around Manasalu and Larkya-La

Manaslu and Larkya La Trek, a recently opened trekking trail is becoming a charm of enthusiastic trekkers and adventure lovers these days.

Monday, April 23, 2018

Top 10 places to travel in Tibet

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Tibet is a beautiful place where you can get a real taste of nature and culture. Also, considered as the roof of the world, travelling to Tibet can be a dream of any travel lover as it showers with all the natural and cultural ecstasy that an enthusiastic traveler seeks for. Tibet is an antique city that treasures all the art, architecture, culture and custom of ancient times. The old traditions, ancient architecture and art crafts, paintings and untouched form of nature gives you a positive vibe and you will feel as if you have travelled back to time to endure all the religious, cultural and natural ecstasies at once. The history of Tibet can be traced around 4000 years ago since when the Buddhism religion flourished in Tibet. The artistic monasteries, temples and palaces are the surreal form of the religion that reflects its resemblance.

If you are planning to visit Tibet then there are few places that you must visit. Some of the places to visit in Tibet are as follows:

                 1.     The Potala Palace

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Potala palace is a majestic palace built on a top of a hill that dominates entire Lhasa city, the capital city of Tibet. When anyone enters into the city, the first thing that comes to sight is the red and white painted buildings of Potala palace. The palace dominates the entire skyline of Lhasa city. Potala palace used to be the winter residence of Dalai Lama. However, after the Tibetan uprising when Dalai Lama fled away from Lhasa, the palace turned into a museum and is amongst one of the UNESCO listed world heritage sites. The palace is beautifully built with art and craft manifested in abundance. The architecture in the palace justifies the unique culture and art of Tibetan people.

                2.     Jokhang temple

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Jokhang temple is considered as the spiritual center of Tibet. It is an ancient temple that was built in 7th century and is located in the centre of the Bakor square, Lhasa. The temple holds high value amongst the Tibetans. Tibetans consider this temple to be the most sacred temple in Tibet. The pilgrims around Tibet visit this temple and circle around the temple in clockwise direction. As per mythology, the temple was built by King Songtsen Gampo for his two brides – Princess Wencheng and Princess Bhrikuti. The princesses brought statues from their hometown respectively which were housed in the Jokhang temple.

                3.     Namtso

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Namtso is a heavenly lake and is considered to be one of the must visit places in Tibet. Namtso is the second largest salt water lake in Tibet. The word Namtso is a Tibetan word for heavenly therefore as its name depicts, the lake is truly a heavenly place to be at. Besides, its natural allure, the lake is popular from its religious aspect too. The Tibetan people consider this lake to be a holy lake. As per the Tibetan calendar, in the sheep year, pilgrimages pay their visit to this place. There are four temple built around the lake. The azure lake with open blue sky is a wonderful combination to melt your heart at peace. 

                 4.     Yamdrok lake

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Considered as one of the three largest sacred lakes in Tibet, Yamdrok lake is a heavenly place to be at. The lake is placed in a fantastic location surrounded by snow capped mountains on its all sides. There are numerous small streams that join this lake. The lake is over 45 miles long and unlike Namtso lake, Yamdrok is a freshwater lake and is turquoise colored. As per the mythology, Yamdrok lake is referred to as the transformation of a goddess. A fairy maiden left heaven and came to earth and transformed herself in to this lake. The purity, serenity and gorgeousness of the lake are compared to the traits of the fairy maiden. There are various large fishes in this lake however people don’t hunt and eat the fishes in this lake as they believe the fishes and embodied with their ancestors soul. At Yamdrok lake, you can relish the angelic beauty of nature. The snow clad mountains all around and a clear and azure turquoise colored lake in a pristine environment, one could have asked for nothing more.

                  5.     Yarlung Tsangpo Grand Canyon

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Yarlung Tsangpo Grand Canyon is the longest, largest and deepest canyon in the world and one of the fantastic places in the earth to be at. Located in the northern Himalayas of Tibet, the canyon originates from the holy Mt. Kailash and flows to the northern section of Himalayas in Tibet. The word – Yarlung Tsangpo in itself translates as the water flowing from the highest peak. The canyon is considered as the most important moisture channel of Qinghai Tibet Plateau. The canyon stretches about 505 km from Dakula village at an elevation of 2880 meters to Pasighat village at an elevation of 115 meters. The deepest point of the canyon is 6009 meters however in average the canyon is 2258 meters deep. The canyon is a home to various species of plants and wildlife. Owing to its subtropical climate, the sea level is best for tropical forests. The place receives rainfall in abundance and treasures some rare species of plants and trees that are very important for mankind.
      

                   6.     Mt. Everest Base Camp

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One can get there to the roof of the world – Mt. Everest Base Camp from Tibet as well. An overland drive can easily take you to the base camp of Everest Base Camp. If you can fight with the rising elevation then Everest Base Camp is not a big deal from Tibetan side. Mt. Everest Base Camp is the dream of many enthusiastic travel lovers. Who wouldn’t want to get there in this heavenly place where one can relish the appealing views of mighty Mt. Everest rising tall?  The Tibetan plateaus, pristine environment and wild mountains all together makes Mt Everest Base Camp one of the must visit places in Tibet.

                  7.     Mt Kailash  

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Mt. Kailash is a holy pilgrimage site situated in the most stunning location of the world. Lying in the remote plateaus Himalayan valley of Tibet, Mt. Kailash is a spiritual site for Hindu, Buddhist and Jain followers around the world. The mountain is very appealing as it is covered with snow all year round. Every year many Hindu, Buddhist and Jain people around the world visit this place to perform Kora. In Hindu mythology this mountain is considered to be the abode place of Lord Shiva. Similarly, in Buddhist mythology, it is considered to be the place where Guru Rinpoche had meditated and as per Jain mythology, it is the place where their founder Rishabhdev attained nirvana. The high altitude lakes near Mt. Kailash – Mansarovar lake and Raksheesa lake add to the beauty of this place. The mightiness of Mt. Kailash and the shimmering azure beauty of the mountain lakes is an awesome combination that makes Mt. Kailash and Mansarovar lake a must visit place in Tibet.

                 8.     Norbulingka palace

Norbulingka Palace


Lying in the west of Lhasa city, Norbulingka is a treasure park as it name depicts. It is built beautifully at the bank of Kyinchu river and used to be the summer palace of Dalai Lama. Just one kilometer southwest of Potala palace, Norbulingka is a grand palace that is magnificently built with 374 rooms inside the palace. It is surrounded by a spectacular garden that covers an area of 360,000 sq. meters. The palace was constructed in 1740s. Before this, the placewas nothing but a wasteland that was full of wild weeds and scrubs. But Dalai Lama often visited this place and spent his time there. Therefore, Qing magistrate built a palace in this place. Later, the palace was reconstructed and many complexes were added which made the palace one of the grand palaces and attraction of anyone who visited this place. Norbulingka palace consists of multiple complexes which includes Kelsang Potrang, Golden linka, Tsokyil Potrang and Takten Migyur Potrang. When Dalai Lama had to flee away from Tibet, the palace was opened to public as a public park. So, this premier park with artistic palace is also one of the attractions in Tibet. 

                    9.     Tashilhunpo Monastery

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Located in the west of Shigatse city, on the Nyima mountain, Tashilhunpo monastery is one of the four Gelugpa monasteries in Tibet that was built in 1447 by Gendun Drup. Followed by its construction, the major expansions were made to the monastery by the 4th Panchen Lama. The monastery covers an area of 150,000 sq. meters and can accommodate around 2000 monks. The white tall walls of the monasteries are very appealing and the Maitreya temple of Tashilhunpo monastery is the highest statue of Maitreya Buddha around the globe. The monastery is the biggest monastery in Shigatse and is as popular as other three Gelugpa monasteries – Drepung monastery, Sera monastery and Gandan monastery.

                    10.  Lulang Forest

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As you move to the east of Bayi town and pass the mountain pass - Serji La, you open up right before the beautiful Lulang forest. The place is a spectacular with the views of mountains, rivers and villages around. Located in the astounding location, the forest is one of the most visited touristic place is a home to many species of birds, animals and plants. Nestled in between the mountains and glaciers, Lulang forest is a plateau at an elevation of 3700 meters. The place features some fantastic alpine scenery with endless pine trees, clear blue sky and snow capped mountains on sight. As you walk into the forest, you will be blessed with the relishing views of flower blossom, marshy grassland and shimmering rivers. As you walk through the villages, you will be able to get some insights on people, their rural lifestyle and culture.

The above mentioned are some of the places to visit in Tibet. However, the spectacle of Tibet doesn’t end here. There are many other places one can visit in Tibet and one can never get enough. Drepung Monastery, Samye Monastery, Sakya Monastery, Basum Lake, Mansarovar Lake, Tibet Museum and Segrila Mountain are some other places to visit in Tibet. If you are interested in travelling to Tibet, then do not forget to contact your reliable and experienced travel operator – Himal Eco Treks. Himal Eco Treks is one of the most approached tour operator in Nepal for Tibet travel, tours and treks.

Friday, April 20, 2018

Top places in Bhutan for the cultural exploration

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Bhutan is a beautiful Himalayan country whose natural phenomena and cultural richness is beyond any mere imagination. Lying in the lap of Himalayas and covered with 72 percent of forested area, Bhutan is the only country with such a fresh and pristine environment. Above all, the rich Buddhist culture preserved by the local people makes this country a mystical place to visit. Also known as the land of Thunder Dragon, the place has been regarded as a natural paradise by many travelers. The country was not connected to rest of the world until 1970. But after the policy for strict and controlled tourism was formulated, the country was opened for tourism purpose. Hence, the country has not been exposed too much with other culture, people and practices therefore their own culture, practices and religion is still intact.

Apart, from the Himalayan ranges and lush landscapes, the vivid Buddhist culture is the major attraction of Bhutan. The dzongs, monasteries and museums in Bhutan are colorful and artistically built. The traditional dresses, costumes, makeups, acts, plays, songs and dances are vivid that adds vibrancy in the atmosphere. People are warm and welcoming. If you are opting for travelling to Bhutan this season, there you should know about some of places to visit in Bhutan. Some of the places to visit in Bhutan are enlisted below:

           1. Tiger’s Nest monastery

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If you are travelling to Bhutan, then one of the places to visit in Bhutan is Tiger’s nest monastery. It is a popular touristic place in Bhutan and no trekking packages in Bhutan will miss this place for you to visit. Tiger’s nest monastery is a sacred religious site located in a dramatic location on a hill top near Paro. It was constructed in 1692 and is amongst the thirteen holy places where Guru Rinpoche had meditated. There is a myth about this place. It is said that Guru Rinpoche was carried the back of a tigress from Tibet to this place for meditation. Guru Rinpoche meditated at this place and then introduced Buddhism in Bhutan. Presently, the monastery comprises of four temples with accommodations for monks residing in the monastery.

              2. Rinpung Dzong



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Built in the 16th century, Rinpung dzong is a beautiful fort with towering walls. Also popular as the fortress on the heap of jewels, Rinpung Dzong is one of the touristic places in Bhutan to visit. It is one of the magnificent examples of Bhutan’s rich culture, art, architecture and preserved traditions. At the dzong, you can visit a beautiful temple and paintings that are related to Buddhism religion. There are fourteen shrines and chapels inside the dzong. Kungrawa, Monks' assembly hall, Sandalwood Stupa, Protector's shrine, Temple of the Guru's Eight Manifestations, Chapel of the head lama, Chapel of Amitayus, The Clear Crystal Shrine, Chapel of the Eleven-faced Avalokitesvara, Apartments of the Abbot, Chapel of Akshobhya, Temple of the Treasure Revealer, Apartments of the King and Temple of the Bursar comprises of Rinpung dzong. Outside the dzong lies a temple known as Deyangkha Temple.

            3. Chele La Pass 

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Chele La pass at an altitude of 3989 meters is a wonderful way to relish the glorifying beauty of lush hills, valleys, waterfalls, mountains and alpine flowers in Bhutan. The pass is often visited by tourists and is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Bhutan. The pass lies in the route to Haa valley in Paro. It actually separates Paro from Haa valley and it the highest road pass in Bhutan. The path to Chele la pass goes through the dense forests of spruce and larch. The pristine environment along the way is enough to blow your mind. But the beauty of Bhutan is not just limited to its forests. The view of Paro and Haa valley from the pass is spectacular. On a clear day, you can get views of Mt. Jumolhari with Jichu Drake which is phenomenon.

              4. Punakha Dzong

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Punakha dzong is the second largest dzong in Bhutan. It is well known for the fantastic art and brilliant structure it possesses. The dzong is white washed with towering walls that reflects the peculiar structure of Buddhist style dzongs. Punakha dzong has been the place where all the Bhutanese king’s has been crowned till date. Punakha dzong is six storied building 180 meter long and 72 meter wide. The building is adorned with a gold dome on the top which was built by Gyaltsen Tenzin Rabgye, a local ruler in 1676. Followed by this, many additions to the building were made by various rulers that have made the dzong very grand and magnificent. The thankas and other paintings in the dzong reflect the rich culture of Bhutan. Presently, the dzong is the winter residence of Dratshang, the official monk body of Bhutan.

             5. Buddha Dordenma Statue

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Located at a top of a hill in Kuenselphodrang Nature Park, Buddha Dordenma statue is an attraction of Thimphu city. It is a 169 feet tall statue of Lord Buddha that overlooks the entrance to Thimphu valley. It is painted gold and bronze and is quite noticeable for anyone who visits the Thimphu city. Buddha Dordenma Statue is one of the touristic places in Bhutan that attracts a lot of tourists. The statue is one of the biggest statues of Lord Buddha in the world. The base of the statue sits upon a large meditation hall and it is said that the statue spreads positive aura around the world.

               6. Dochula pass

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Dochula pass is amongst the beautiful passes that you’ll have encountered during your lifetime. The panoramic view of mountains from the pass is best thing to sit and appreciate. Around twenty kilometers away from the main city of Thimpu is a pass popularly known as Dochula pass. The pass was actually built in the memory and honor of 108 Bhutanese soldiers who died in a military operation in 2003. There are 108 memorial stupas here which is also known as Druk Wangyal Chortens. The place is not only popular for its historical importance but for the 360 degree views of mountains that this place offers. As a whole, Dochula pass has become one of the best sites for tourists to visit.

              7. Phobjikha valley

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Phobjikha valley is a vast U shaped glacial valley in Bhutan that is renowned around the world for its magnificent views and rich biodiversity. Also known as the Gangteng valley, the valley is the place where one can see some graceful black necked cranes. They are the unique and rare species of cranes that are found in this valley. The valley is full of marshland and offers some pleasing views of diverse biodiversity around. Some area of the valley has been declared as the protected area keeping in view the rare species of floras and faunas found in this area. Phobjikha valley is a wonderful place to visit if you are a true nature lover. The spectacular beauty of nature that this valley offers is beyond any words of description.

            8. Chomolhari

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Chomolhari is a wonderful location in Bhutan if you are opting for a trek in Bhutan. It is a challenging trek in Bhutan that starts from the streets of Paro and goes up to the heights of 5000 meters. The journey to Chomolhari offers some magnificent views of snow capped mountains, hills, valleys, forests, rivers and waterfalls. The journey to Chomolhari is a retreat to any nature lover that lets you experience every form of nature in Bhutan. The scattered farmlands, charming villages, forested area to glacial lakes and alpine pasturelands are some of the features that the trek to Chomolhari offers. Besides, you will be blessed with some astounding views of Mt. Chomolhari with Jichu Drake peaks.

           9. Norzin Lam street



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After a special retreat with nature and culture bliss of Bhutan comes a perfect place for all those shopping lovers around the world. If you are a shopaholic then yes, Nozim Lam Street in Bhutan is the place for you where you can shop for whole day and enjoy your vacation. There are many shops in this street and you can pick up your choice of item peacefully. You can find various items in this place like woolen clothes, craftworks, souvenirs, textiles and other handmade items.

             10. Main street in Paro

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Paro is a charming town which in itself a wonderful place to roam around and spend some quality time. The main street of Paro was built in 1985 where you can find some colorful restaurants and shops to cater your need for food and other items. A short distance from Paro lies a popular Paro Dzong. Besides, Paro is a beautiful valley with pristine nature and tranquil environment around. If you are visiting Bhutan then the main street of Paromis amongst the must visit places in Bhutan. You can also enjoy a sightseeing tour in Paro which includes hike to the Tiger’s nest monastery.

Himal Eco Treks offers different packages that lets you experience some of the above mentioned wonders in Bhutan. If you are interested in visiting any of the above places, let us know! Himal Eco Treks arranges some wonderful trips to Bhutan at your convenience.

Monday, April 9, 2018

Top 5 Peak Climbing Destination in Nepal


Mera peak climbing

Peak climbing is a sensational adventure activity not to be missed if you are a real thrill seeker travelling to Nepal. Nepal has a huge potential when it comes to peak climbing. Lying in the lap of Himalayas, Nepal holds the glory of having numerous peaks that rises above the heights of five to seven thousands. Nepal possesses eight out of ten highest mountains in the world. Owing to its numerous mountain ranges, Nepal offers variety when it comes to peak climbing. You can opt for most highest to easy or difficult peaks for climbing in Nepal. Some peak climbing may be strenuous some may be easy. Some may not require prior experience while some may require high skills of peak climbing. You can choose climbing destination on your own after making yourself best fit for the climb. Knowledge on use of ropes, ice axes and crampons is highly recommended for peak climbing in Nepal.
If you are looking for top peak climbing destinations in Nepal then we are here to help you. We have enlisted some destinations that might cater your needs for adventure in peak climbing.

         1. Island peak climbing

Island peak climbing

Island peak climbing is an exquisite entry into the Himalayas that lets you perceive best satisfaction that every aspirant and serious climber can dream of. Island peak was originally called, “Imje Tse” but it was later renamed as Island peak due to its fascinating location in the middle of the Chhukung valley. The peak looks like an island on a sea of ice. This peak stands tall at 6189m and offers the splendid views of biggest mountains in the world which includes Mt. Everest, Makalu, Ama Dablam and Nuptse.  The highly glaciated west face of Island peak rises from the Lhotse Glacier which is quite impressive but tough to attempt. However, the glorifying views from the top of peak is the ultimate reward for all the efforts.

Island peak climbing is one of the most popular peak climbing destinations in Nepal. Talking about the climbing experience, the climbing is mostly non-technical. You need to have some basic snow climbing skills required to achieve the ascent. The climbing leader will enlighten you on the required skills prior to the climb. Besides you need to have good physical stamina and endurance capacity that any peak climbing journey demands. Island peak climbing takes you to the Everest region of Nepal. From Lukla, we take trail of Everest Base Camp Trek until Dingboche from where we diverge towards Chukung valley for the climb. Island peak climbing can be attempted with Everest Base Camp Treks as well. So, are you ready for this ultimate heartthrob to accelerate your sensation?
  

         2. Mera peak climbing

Mera peak climbing

Mera peak is one of the gorgeous peaks garnished with mighty Mt. Everest in the background. It offers some astounding views of tallest mountains in the Everest region of Nepal that includes Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cho-Oyu and many others. Mera Peak climbing is physically demanding owing to its high altitude however it is not technically difficult as the ascent seldom exceeds 40 degrees. Anyone with excellent physical fitness and stamina can be a part of this amazing climbing experience. Mera peak is the highest peak allowed for climbing by Government of Nepal. One can endeavor the glorifying beauty of forests, alpine environment and picturesque small hamlets during the journey. The encounter with Sherpa people grazing yaks in the hamlets on the way to the peak can also be a pleasing experience. Mera peak climbing also takes you to Lukla airport from where we initiate our trekking journey to the peak. We pass places like Tuli Kharka, Mousum Kharka, Tagnag and Khare to Mera Base Camp. The wildering beauty of mountains is a unique aspect of this experience.


         3. Pisang peak climbing

Pisang peak climbing


Pisang peak is a peak made up of steeply tilted rock which ascends with ice slopes that are uniform above the Pisang village and yak pastures. The dip slope faces the valley. The summit of the peak is fully covered with snow throughout the year. Pisang Peak climbing covers the whole western edge of the mountains that is guarded by hanging glacier. It offers a considerable challenge, while a navigation of the whole summit edge connects to a more northern summit before curving back west - looks like a terrific possibility. As a trekker, you will have a lot of scope for exploration.

  Pisang peak climbing takes you to some beautiful valleys i.e. Manang valley and Pisang valley in the Annapurna region of Nepal. The climbing experience starts with a drive to Besisahar from where we enter into the Marsyangdi valley. As we enter the valley we will be showered with some spectacular views of Annapurna II, III, Manaslu and Gangapurna. The wilderness of Manang and Pisang valley will keep your eyes wandering. Besides, the exploration of various primitive monasteries in Pisang and Gyaru village is another aspect of this journey. Pisang Peak climbing in short is an incredible climbing experience that is full of natural beauty, adventure and wilderness in abundance.

          4. Naya Kanga La peak climbing

Naya kanga la peak climbing


Also known as Ganja La Chuli, the Naya Kanga Peak is an alluring peak that rises to the west of the Ganja La pass (5122m). The peak lies in the Langtang region in Nepal and is very popular amongst the climbers for peak climbing purpose. The peak climbing is considered to be amongst the difficult one that is perfect for any challenge loving experienced climbers. Though difficult, the peak is worth a climb owning to the magnificent views of mountains and wild terrain that the summit offers. You will be blessed with panoramic views of mountains that includes including Langshisa Ri (6,370m), Pemthang Ri (6,836m), Shisapangma (8,046m), Langtang Lirung (7,425m), Pemthang Kapro Ri (6,830m) and Langtang II (6,571m). Besides, you can get some views of mountains and plateaus in Tibet as well.

Naya Kanga La peak climbing is an adventure activity that starts with a drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi.  From Syabrubesi, we take a trail that passes through Lama hotel to Langtang valley. On the way, we pass beautiful forests of rhododendron, pine and bamboo. The walk through the Langtang conservation area is an amazing experience and if lucky, you may encounter a cute panda. As we pass by the charming village of Langtang, we head towards Naya Kangla base camp and attempt our climb up. The climb is quite strenuous. However, it offers some spectacular views of Langtang and Helambu mountain ranges including Dorje Lakpa and others.


         5. Lobuche peak climbing

Lobuche peak climbing

Lobuche peak is yet another peak in Everest region that is appreciated by fellow climbers for climbing purpose. Lying close to the Khumbu glacier, Lobuche peak is the last settlement before one reaches to the Everest Base Camp. So, the journey to Lobuche basically starts with a flight to Lukla. From Lukla, we follow the trail to Everest Base Camp. We pass Phakding, Namche, Tengboche and Dingboche on the way to Lobuche. From Lobuche, we head towards Lobuche Base Camp and get set to conquer the top of the peak. From the top, we will be rewarded with some stunning views of mountains in Everest region of Nepal.  

     The close of views of Mt. Everest, Mt. Amadablam, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse  and Khumbu glacier will leave you in awe. Your eyes will be left wondering from one peak to another. So, are you ready for this mesmerizing journey to the top of Lobuche? It is an interesting peak with some technical challenges. It takes you to the heights of 6114 meters and lets you relish the glory of towering mountains in Everest region of Nepal.

The above mentioned peaks are some of the most appreciated peaks for climbing purpose by the peak climbers in Nepal. If you are interested in any of the above peak climbing activities, let us know! Himal Eco Treks is a professional when it comes to peak climbing. We escort you to the top with due care and professionalism. If you need any detailed information and itinerary regarding the aforementioned climbing journey, let us know. We are at your assistance 24/7.