Lobuche Peak Climbing
Lobuche Peak Climbing facts
- Duration of Trip: 18Days
- Trekking Days: 17Days
- Type of Trek: Teahouse - Lodge stay
- Max. Altitude: East (6119m.) and Lobuche West (6145m.)
- Grade of Climbing : Hard
- Country: Nepal
Lobuche peak climbing is one of the famous and challenging climbing routes in Everest region in Nepal. The peak will reward you memorable moments with terrific sight of the world’s highest and most eye-catching mountain Mt. Everest (8,848m.). Lobuche peak includes two different peaks in Lobuche East (6119m.) and Lobuche West (6145m.). The Lobuche east has ice climbing and Lobuche West is more about expedition. Lobuche west is a bit stiff and little bit more complicated than Lobuche East. We, Encounter Nepal will take you to visit the fantastic view from peak which is astonishing.
Lobuche Peak, one of the eye-catching peaks offers a range of routes for climbing. The normal route for climbing Lobuche is through South Ridge. The peak comprises of a number of small summits and you will require climbing steep snow and ice slopes to the top from the summit edge. The base camp will be arranged at 4,950m, next to a lake in a stony empty area at the bottom of the glaciated South-West Face. Amadablam and Tawache are wonderfully seen from the Peak. You might even get an opportunity to spot rare animals like musk deer, leopard, jackal, mountain Thar and birds such as pheasants, long tail birds. In addition, while having trekking through this route, you will experience the prominent interact of Sherpa culture.
Encounter Nepal will set your visit to Lobuche Peak which will reward you 360 degree archetypal Himalayan vista of Khumbu region, major Himalayan glaciers and alpine lakes of Sagarmatha National Park. While heading off for Lobuche Peak climbing, we follow Everest base camp trekking path up to Pheriche and then march to Dughla till Mount Everest Base camp for good adaptation and same way we come back to Lobuche then Lobuche Peak Base Camp.