Transfer to the hotel
We will begin with a steady prep of 1500m in order to begin acclimatising.
Our first trek will take us to an altitude of 2696m.
We will continue ascending up to 3440m.
To catch our breath, we will rest at an altitude of 3700m.
We will continue at a light pace to Thame at 3800m.
An ascent to Lungden will take us to 4500m.
If the group morale is high we will continue up to Renjo Lha at 4900m. Otherwise, we will spend another day in Lungden to acclimatize.
Finally, we will arrive to the stunning Gokyo Lakes!
Early in the morning we will ascend to Gokyo-Ri and then have an easy relaxing day after.
We will head to Dragnak and explore the stunning Cross Glacier.
After the Cho Lah crossing we will reach our basecamp in Lobuje.
In order to acclimatize and be properly prepared for out summit climb on day 16, we will spend the day resting and preparing at 4836m.
This stretch of our trip will require us to carry our loads and start the climb to the summit. We will stop at 5200m.
We will continue up to our high camp.
Finally, the big day. We will climb up to the summit and then return to base camp. The peak is at 6119m.
A nice trekking day where we will descend to 3916m.
After breakfast we will head back to Namche.
As we continue to descend we will head back to Lukla.
After flying back to Kathmandu, we will trek to Thamel.
Transfer to airport.
In case we get bad weather or have any delays we have scheduled in an extra day.
Kathmandu: Kathmandu Guest House or Holy Himalaya on a twin/double base unless you request a single room at an additional cost. Breakfast in included, but dinner is not.
During the trek: Basecamp- tent/teahouse: twin share unless requested.
Please enquire with us about the equipment you will need to bring. Additionally, keep in mind that you should not pack more than 25kg of luggage.
Also, please take into consideration that weather delays are common which is why we have scheduled in an extra day.
I'm a professional mountain guide with many years experience in the Himalaya’s and other high mountain ranges around the world. I will give advice, instruct, and manage safety.
I have spent the many seasons climbing in the Nepalese Himalaya’s as well as guiding throughout the Southern Alps of New Zealand
Notable guiding ascents in the Himalaya include;
• Cholatse October 2016
• Manaslu, October 2011 www.speedfly8000.com
• Lhotse 8,516m, May 2008
• Meru Peak, India, 6,664m
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