• Three high passes ( Renjo la, Cho la Pass, Kongma La Pass)
  • Breathtaking panorama of the world's tallest mountain. (Everest, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, and Makalu)
  • Visit a Buddhist temple ( Tangbuche, Pangbuche )
  • Nmache and Lukla Town are spectacular.
  • Incredible flying ( Lukla Flight)
  • Settlements of Sherpa people

About Everest Three High Pass Trek

The Everest Three Passes trek is perhaps the most challenging Everest base camp journey. It is also the most trek we run in Nepal, spending 15 days in total. Therefore, that would just be for the most accomplished trekker. The Three PassesTrek, unless you are up towards it, genuinely delivers the greatest of the Khumbu region.

Mountain enthusiasts and Himalayan obsessives, take note! The Three Passes Trek is a whole Everest region cycle that takes visitors across some of the world's highest mountain passes. To get to the Cho La, ascend the Kongma La (La meaning Pass) (5535 meters), the tallest of the passes (5420 meters). Prior to actually going towards the Renjo La, descend to the picturesque Gokyo Lakes (5345 meters).

Backpackers can hike to the pinnacle of 3 beautiful peaks: GokyoRi (5360m), Kala Patthar (5545m), and ChukkungRi (5545m) in conjunction with traversing the three passes (5550m). Every one of those peaks provides a unique view of the lunar-like terrain of the Everest area. Aside from the peaks and passes, you'll be able to say you've been to Everest Base Camp, which is attached to the bones of the world's highest mountain. We pass by two notable glaciers on the trek: Ngozumpa Glacier and Khumbu Glacier. The breathtaking magnificence of the surroundings you will see on this trip is beyond explanation.

The Everest Three High Passes Trek is indeed one of the world's toughest challenging treks, leading you well into the Everest region. Visitors will see what is around Everest but also how the terrain rises to form the world's tallest mountain. The walk is strenuous and gives a better image of the tough scenery, chilly weather, and ongoing human effort at high altitudes.

Hiking three 5000-meter passes is an accomplishment intended for the bold, daring, and dedicated, rather than the physically fit or strong. It will be a pleasant and unforgettable journey if you allow sufficient time to acclimate.

The Sagarmatha National Park is home to the Everest Three High Passes Trek. The Sagarmatha National Park is 1148 square kilometers in size. There seem to be 118 bird species in this national park, as well as endangered animals indeed the musk deer, snow leopard, red panda, and Himalayan black bear. Plants stop growing at altitudes exceeding 5,750m, and indeed the flora in this region is dwarf-sized.

Outline Itinerary

Detail itinerary
  • Day 1Flight to Lukla and Trek to Phakding(2651m)
  • Day 2Trek to Namche Bazaar(3440m)
  • Day 3Day hike around Namche Bazaar (3700m)
  • Day 4Trek to Tengboche(3900m)
  • Day 5Trek to Dengboche(4400m)
  • Day 6Trek to Chhukung (dayhike to Chhukung RI)
  • Day 7Trek to Lobuche via Kongma La Pass (5535m)
  • Day 8Trek to GorakShep. Visit Everest Base Camp and back to GorakShep(5368m)
  • Day 9Trek to Kala Patthar and then to Dzongla(4830m)
  • Day 10Trek to Thangnak via Cho La Pass. Trek to Gokyo
  • Day 11Day hike in Gokyo and Explore GokyoRi(5367m)
  • Day 12Trek to Marulung (4210m) via Renjo La Pass
  • Day 13Trek to Namche Bazaar (3440m)
  • Day 14Trek to Lukla(2800m)
  • Day 15Flight to Kathmandu(1330m)

What’s Included

  • Airport pickup on arrival at Kathmandu airport by private vehicle
  • Airport departure drop off at Kathmandu airport by private vehicle
  • 2 night accommodation in Kathmandu with BB plan
  • Food and accommodation during trekking in lodges / teahouses
  • Flight (Kathmandu - Lukla - Kathmandu) or (Ramechhap - Lukla - Ramechhap)
  • English speaking experienced guide (trained by Minster of Tourism)
  • Porter(s), generally 1 porter for 2 pax
  • 1 assistance guide up to 7 pax
  • Food, salary, transportation, accommodation and insurance for our Nepali staff
  • Entrance Fee Sagarmatha National Park
  • TIMS (trekking registration card)
  • Everest region trekking map
  • Service from our office in Kathmandu, Thamel
  • International flight to and from Nepal
  • Drinks during the trek
  • Meals and drinks in Kathmandu
  • Personal insurance and other personal expenses
  • Tips for trekking staff (tipping is expected)
  • Any extra cost due to delay or cancellation of Lukla flights

Tips & Ideas

Trek Difficulty

The Three Passes Trek is indeed one of the region's toughest difficult adventures. Mountain passes are quite often risky to approach since their paths are tough to navigate. As a consequence, you ought to prepare much more than these other Everest treks like Everest Base Camp Trek as well as Everest Panorama Trek. The Everest Three Passes Trek would advantage at around three months of preparation.

When to go?

The ideal months to travel on the Everest Three Passes Trek are February-May but also September-November when the atmosphere is more stable and warm. Throughout that time of year, you'll get the finest vistas and the route will be jam-packed with other hikers. Our crew at Hikers Haven is mainly composed of enthusiastic workers that put our guests' safety and comfort first. We will ensure that this vacation will become a lasting memory for you if you go with us.

Food and Accommodation

During your trek, you will be given normal food which is available in the local teahouse or hotel. However, you will have your breakfast and dinner at the teahouse where you will stay and lunch during your hike on the way. Visitors can find a wide range of Nepali and western drinks as well. Moving on to accommodation, trekkers should stay in a Tea house including one bed, mattress, pillow, and blanket. Also, the additional blanket can be asked if you wish.

Trekking Equipment

The three-pass trek is among the best trek in the Everest region. However, we recommend our not to spend a lot of money on trekking equipment other than clothes. Almost every trekking gear is available in Thamel, the tourist hub in Kathmandu.