Island Peak Climbing with Everest Base Camp Trek

Good to Know
  • Duration 15 Days
  • Trip Grade Most Difficult
  • Destination Nepal

What To Expect

  • Immerse into the beautiful Sherpa customs
  • Observe the local Monasteries
  • Get the experience of hiking to Kalapatthar for looking at the sunrise over the mountains
  • Reach the top of Island Peak and enjoy the surrounding views
  • Take pictures of those surrounding snow-capped peaks

The beauty of Island peak is enchanting as it is surrounded by two notorious mountains Lhotse and Ama Dablam.

Island peak climbing in Nepal commonly known as Imja Tse is located in the Khumbu glaciers of eastern Nepal. This peak was named by Sir Edmund Hilary, a famous mountain explorer because it resembled an island in an ice sea when viewed from Dingboche. 

Climbing to Island Peak is a beautiful and adventurous experience for all. Taking you to an altitude of 6189 meters, the Peak is comparatively easier to climb than other peak climbing in the areas of Nepal.

So, if you are searching for a peak climbing adventure with beautiful views and great thrilling trails, this route is the one for you. With the 15 days itinerary, you get to explore the beautiful places of the Everest Region.

The Peak, Island was first summited in 1953 AD by the team of the British expedition. This climbing is a moderately difficult activity as the trip progresses and the Everest base camp trekking is included.


Peak climbers from all over the world have been drawn to the popular mountaineering sector known as Island peak in the Everest region as well as the trekkers to Everest Base Camp. It is located between the Himalayas of Everest.

This peak is climbed by most beginners as a training exercise with further hope of climbing mountains above 6000 meters. It requires technical skills like crossing crevasses with ladders and jumars attached to a fixed-line.

With constant support from guides with appropriate training and acclimatization, the Imja Tse climbing would not be harder than you might think. You just need to be strong both physically and mentally.

Although many trekking companies would prefer climbing the Island peak in a single itinerary, trekking to Everest base camp with island peak climbing would be a great activity for proper acclimatization. When you trek through EBC you would experience some enchanting views.

From the Green hills to the Himalayas you will witness the towering mountains which are of great natural beauty all over the world. You will also view the Sherpa villages and meet the people with utmost hospitality.

Your Island Peak Climbing with Everest Base Camp Trekking begins with a short flight to the Himalayan airport at Lukla. Marching through the upper trail to the glacial River, the trek crosses Phakding and Monjo to ascend the Sherpa heartland of Namche Bazaar.

Similarly, exploring the traditional Sherpa cultural lifestyles and the Himalayan views of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and others give positive energy and works as acclimatization.

In the same way, the Kalapatthar hiking adds further charm to this trekking trail. The Kalapatthar is also considered the viewpoint for looking at the surrounding Himalayan ranges including Mt. Everest. Before climbing this peak, the Everest base camp trek makes the climbers physically fit and more acclimatized.

After descending from the Everest Base Camp, it is a continual trek to the Island peak base camp. From Lobuche, the trail takes U turns to Chhukung valley. You need cross the small bridge while going to Island Peak Base Camp. En route, you will see the trail to popular Amphu Lapcha trek. From the base camp of Island peak, you can see the views of Nubri, Chop Ulo, Peak 38, Ama Dablam, Kangre mo, and island peak lake. Then the trail goes continues to on-top of Island peak. It is moderately hard climbing trail. You climb to Islaland peak high camp at first and to Japanese high camp, Campoom ice, Fixed line. There is a rock part below Island peak summit. It is quiet hard to skip those falling rocks. Finally, you will summit it and reach on ridge.

Besides, the Island peak is normally covered by a heap of snow. From there, you will explore the magnificent views of Ama dablam, Mera peak, Makalu, Kanchenjungha, Pumori, Lhotse, Nuptse, Lobuche, Cho Oyu, Taboche, Cholatse, Kongde, Nubur , Varutse, Thamserku, Pogaltse, Khangterka, Chop Ulo, Peak 38, Lhotse Saara, Amphu Lapcha, Numri, Island peak lake, Kali Himal Lake, Dingboche Valley, Chhukung Valley, and so on. Peak Climbers get climbing practices and training along the way by using mountaineering equipment. With a gentle climb to Island Peak, it descends to the base camp and continues the trek to Namche Bazaar and Lukla. Then finally you have a flight back to Kathmandu.

Apart from it, we have designed this Island Peak climbing itinerary a bit longer by combining the trek to the foothills of the Mt. Everest trail. If you wish to make it shorter, we can customize it according to your desires.

Rising Adventure Company manages all the required arrangements during this climbing. We are very conscious of the physical condition, altitude sickness, and any problems regarding the fitness of our clients. Hygenic foods and hot drinks are supplied to the climbers.

We can also optimize this climbing package separately without adding the EBC trek package to a shorter itinerary.

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Island Peak Climbing Itinerary

This is the combination of two trekking destinations in the Everest region. They are Everest Base Camp Trek and Island Peak Climbing. As a result, the Island Peak Climbing Itinerary becomes longer. The views of Mt. Everest from Kalapatthar are astonishing.

For more information, you can go through our Island Peak Climbing detail itinerary.

  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude2652 m

In the early morning, you will have an almost 35 minutes flight from Kathmandu to Lukla which lies at about 2800 m in the Khumbu region of the Eastern part of Nepal. While on the Aeroplane you can have great views of the mountains and river valleys. After the arrival at Lukla, our guide will introduce the porter if you want to have it or if your package includes it. Then, your trek embarks on to Phakding at almost 2652 m.

  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude3440 m

On this day, you will continue your trek for almost 7 hours until you won’t reach the Namche bazaar which is taken as the Gateway to Everest. While trekking, you will go on through breathtaking views such as blue pine forests, firs, junipers, and other beautiful sceneries.

  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude3440 m

You will spend a day here in order to have a rest as well as acclimatize. You can pass your day by exploring the local culture of Namche. You can also visit the museum which describes the traditional customs of the Sherpa and you have an opportunity to visit the highest hotel in the world names Everest View Hotel.

  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude3860 m

Your trek will go ahead from Namche to Tengboche along with the magnificent views of the variety of mountains. After reaching Tengboche, you can observe the lifestyle of the local Sherpas as well as their monasteries.

  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude4200 m

Today your trail will take you to Pheriche after walking for almost 5 hours. At first, you will descend as well as ascend and reach the beautiful village located on the riverbank, known as Pangboche. Then the continuation of your trail will take you to Pheriche.

  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude4920 m

You will trek for almost 6 hours in order to reach Lobuche, where only a few huts are at the foot of the Himalayan giants. On the way, you will go up to the Khumbu Glacier and pass the row of stone monuments that were built in memory of six Sherpas who died in an avalanche at Lobuche.

  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude5130 m

This is the most difficult and the most memorable day of this trek. You will walk along the Khumbu Glacier and up to Everest Base Camp at 5340 meters without using mountaineering equipment. From the Base Camp, you can have spectacular scenic views of the Khumbu Icefall. After then you will descend to Gorak Shep for the night.

  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude4920 m

Your journey will begin early in the morning going on to hike to Kalapathar. So, you will ascend steeply to Kalapathar. After reaching there you will enjoy the incredible views of the towering Himalayas such as Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, and so on. You will descend to Gorak Shep following the same route. After having breakfast there, you will return to Lobuche again.

  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude4730 m

Today is the tougher day of your trekking because you are going to pass the Kongma La Pass. So, you will go through the Khumbu Glacier and reach Kongma La Base Camp. From there, you will go up to Kongma La Pass following the prayer flags, which mark the path. After descending, you will reach Chhukung and meet the climbing guide. En route, you will walk through the Imja Valley as well.

  • AccommodationTent
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude5200 m

Today your trail will go up steeply. So, you will ascend to the south at first and turn towards the main valley in the east. Then the trail will go ahead along the stream and make your trek glacial through the Imja and Lhotse glaciers. Eventually, you will reach the valley, which offers gorgeous views of the southwestern side of Island Peak. In the valley, you will set up your Base Camp.

  • AccommodationTent
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude6187 m

Today you are going to meet your final destination. So, you will have to climb very early in the morning. You will ascend beyond the High Camp. Then you will climb on the rocky steps, crevasses, glaciers as well as icy slopes. Finally, you will be succeeded to summit Island Peak, which offers the exotic sceneries of Lhotse, Lhotse Middle Peak, Lhotse Shar, Nuptse, Makalu, Amadablam, and so on. After spending some time on top of the Island Peak, you will descend to Chhukung retracing the route.

  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude3985 m

Your trail will descend to Dingboche. After almost one and a half an hour of walking from there, you will reach Pangboche amongst the thousands of mani stones.

  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude3440 m

Today you will walk for about to5 hours. First of all, you will reach Tengboche following the previous route through the Imja River. Then you will continue your trek through the forests of rhododendron as well as juniper. En route, you will have an opportunity to see the grazing mountain goats, colorful Pheasants, and other wild animals. Finally, you will reach Namche Bazaar passing through Chhorten monastery.

  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBreakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
  • Maximum Altitude2800 m

You will go to Lukla retracing the route.

  • MealsBreakfast
  • Maximum Altitude1350 m

You will have a flight early in the morning to Kathmandu following the previous airways. After your arrival in Kathmandu, you will transfer to the hotel.

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Cost Includes
  • Flight tickets (Kathmandu to Lukla to Kathmandu)
  • International airport pick-up and drop-off service
  • All necessary papers works, Climbing permit, TIMS, Sagarmatha National Park Area Permit for trekking
  • Licensed Climbing Guide
  • English-speaking, experienced, friendly, and knowledgeable trekking guide during the trek
  • Three times food for you in trekking (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) 
  • Seasonal fruits during trekking
  • 2 days camping including three times meal
  • Sleeping tent, dining tent, and toilet tent in Island Peak base camp
  • Duffle bag for the trekking gear packing (Must be returned after the trip)
  • Travel & Rescue arrangements
  • All the government taxes
  • Farewell dinner at one of the typical Nepalese restaurants with a traditional dance
Cost Excludes
  • Nepal arrival visa fee
  • Travel and Rescue Insurance
  • Alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks during the trekking
  • Hot shower, Battery charge, and heater during the trekking
  • Porter (Manage on request)
  • Hotels in Kathmandu (Book on request) 
  • Tips for guide
  • Other expenses that are not mentioned in the trip "Cost includes" 
Things to Know

Permits and Requirements

The Island Peak Climbing Permit can be taken from the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). NMA has designed mountaineering permit costs based on the season.

SeasonCost ($)
Summer (Monsoon)70

As shown above, the Island peak climbing permit cost is relatively higher in the spring season as compared to other seasons. The spring is the peak season for summiting Imja Tse so, you can expect a lot of mountaineers during this period.

Likewise, autumn is another favorable season for mountaineering. Temperature and weather condition is favorable in this season as well. But, climbers seem fewer compared to the spring season.

Winter and Monsoon seasons are listed under the off-season category for peak climbing in Nepal. So, fewer climbers can be expected in these seasons.

Now, it is clear why NMA is charging the variant permit cost.

Sagarmatha National Park Entry permits

You might be wondering if paying only the NMA cost is enough but you will also have to pay the Sagarmatha National Park entry permit. Permit fee differs for SAARC nationals from other foreign nationals.

The permit fee for SAARC nations is 1500 Nepalese rupees while for foreign nations, it is 3000 Nepalese rupees.

Along with the Island peak climbing permit cost, you need to deposit USD 500 as a garbage deposit. But it is refundable money. You can get back this cash after returning from the peak summit.

Local Area Permit

In order to climb the Island peak, a local permit is also required as you are going through various local municipalities. If you travel with us, we make the permit ready before your journey commences. You can also get this local area permit in Lukla. The cost to pass around the municipality is around USD 20.

Travel Insurance

Travel Insurance is mandatory and of utmost necessity. If you want to climb Imja Tse with us you should definitely have one. The insurance should cover accidents, ambulance, and rescue with a helicopter if required.

To make you clear, Rising Adventure does not sell any travel insurance policy. Please, buy your travel insurance with one of the best and most reliable companies.

Island peak Accommodation

We provide two-night hotels in Kathmandu. One day is for your arrival and the next one is before your departure after coming back from trekking.

While talking about Island peak climbing with Everest base camp trek accommodation, the tea houses are used for getting rest and for acclimatization. It is a normal hotel in the Himalayan region of Nepal.

You can get everything in these teahouses from private bedrooms, attached bathrooms, Wifi, charging as well as hot water and a shower. You can also find verities of food and local cuisines in the teahouses at lower altitudes.

On the other hand, you can expect a teahouse with basic facilities at a higher elevation. Everest base camp trek teahouse provides a shared room with a shared traditional toilet in high-altitude places. You may get limited seasonal foods only. And the most important thing is you need to pay a little amount for Wi-Fi and mobile charging. For showering with hot water, you will be charged.

For three days of camping, we also provide three times meals, a sleeping tent, a dining tent, and a toilet tent. All of them are included in our package. We also provide you with a sleeping bag and a down jacket if necessary.

Best time to climb Island peak

The best time to summit Island would be in the spring season of March April and May. The Spring season is the clearer season. The temperature is also favorable with an average ranging from 20-25 degrees below 3500 meters. Above 3500 meters you can expect temperatures to drop below -15 degrees Celsius.

Though it is rainfall in this season, it is not wet as in the rainy season.

Another best season can be in autumn which is also a peak time to climb Imja Tse. The average temperature of elevation over 4000m is 15 degrees Celsius and could be high up to 20 degrees Celsius.

At night time, it can go a minimum of 0 -10 degrees Celsius. In September, you can expect some rainfall as it is the first month after the rainy season but it is not that severe.

Winter and monsoon seasons are off-season. In the winter season climbing is difficult because of the continuous heavy snowfall. The temperatures are freezing. The Summit of Island Peak can be windy which may create a very hard situation for the expedition. That’s why it is advised to not summit in winter.

Monsoon is the rainy season. The continuous rain converts the trails into slippery and muddy. The weather seems unclear. As a result, mountains look foggy and do not see very clearly.

But, it doesn’t rain continuously in the lower region. However, people still avoid trekking around this time because they cannot enjoy their trips as much as in another seasonal period.

Island peak Guides and Support team

Every guide and other support members of Rising Adventure are certified license holders by the Nepal government. All of them are trained and have experience of over ten years.

We have trained guides with over 10 years of experience. They have been with us for a long time and so far we have only got good reviews about them. They will help you in navigating and guiding you throughout the journey and help you if you have any difficulties like altitude sickness or breathing.

However, we are in contact with you 24/7. Our team supports you at every step. So, please do not be worried about any difficulties.

Island Peak Climbing with Everest Base Camp Trek FAQs
  • Island peak is situated in the Khumbu glaciers at Sagarmatha National Park tucked in with the notorious Himalayas on both sides.

  • Island peak is located in the Khumbu region of Nepal Himalaya. To travel to any part of the Khumbu area you first have to reach Lukla, which is not connected by any roadway. Thus, you have to take a direct flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, after the Lukla trek towards Everest base camp. 
    Generally, the Khumbu region of Nepal is popular for its tea house, local people, and unique culture. Similarly, during the Island peak climbing, you have to stay in lodges, teahouses, or hotels until you reach Chhukung on your journey. Following the Chhukung you will be staying in camping tents until you reach Island Peak base camp and until the end of your trip. During the adventure, you will set up guest tents, dining tents, toilet tents, and kitchen tents. So be prepared before planning the trip
    Coming for accommodation it is best to take 2 days of acclimatization at Namche Bazar and an additional 2 Days stop at Dingboche. We then make sure your itinerary has both Island Peak base camp and Island Peak high camp afterward. Your body wants these adaptation periods when you are overhead 5000M.

  • Climbing Island peak is not a joke, if you want to climb you have to be fully prepared. To climb the peak successfully, your physique plays a vital role. That’s why you must have to prepare for Island peak climbing by yourself before the climb. Before climbing it would be better to join a mountaineering course for 4-6 months. If you don’t want to join there, you can join the gym and have aerobic training, cardio, stress endurance training, hiking training, etc. 

  • Compared to both of the peak Island peak is said to be at a lower altitude and it is easier regarding the steep trails and inclined way. Beautiful Island peak offers a diverse landscape, ever-changing weather, and a crystal clear view of the giant Mount Everest. 
    Getting closure to the Khumbu region, you will also witness the corresponding snow-capped Mera peak which is at a much higher altitude than the Island peak. Hence, the trek into Mera Peak is harder than the trek into Island Peak with more elevation gain up and down on the trail. The lodges and facilities are more basic than the Everest region.

  • You have to wear mountaineering boots for mountain climbing. Unlike trekking boots, it is heavier and rigid. It is a mandatory necessity that you wear only mountaineering boots before you go to island peak. The warm sock is another required footwear for Island Peak climbing.

  • Many mountaineers use Imja Tse (Island peak) as a footstep to climb the higher peak. Although it is not difficult, it still can be a technical climb.

  • The elevation of the Island peak is exactly 6160 meters.

  • The average temperature of the Island peak in the spring season is about 16 degrees Celsius, but it gets colder at night at -8 Celsius.

    Although in the autumn season it can high up to 20 degrees Celsius during day time and -10 at the night.

  • You are required to bring a helmet, crampons, an ascender, locking, mattresses, harness, and others. No worries you are not required to bring it on your own because we help you in arranging it.

  • It takes almost 19 days to complete the climbing to Island peak from the day you arrive at Kathmandu. You cannot just reach the top in a day because everything takes time. You have to learn to use types of equipment and need rest to be acclimatized properly.

  • Island peak is still a technical climb. So, we recommend you hire a climbing guide. It would be very supportive of you. Besides, if you have an experience of climbing peaks over 6000 meters, that would be another helpful activity for you.

  • Any mountain with over 6000m is a difficult climb. You may face altitude sickness and fear may strike you but you should be determined to reach the top and triumph over fear.

    Besides, our climbing guide and a helper are with you at every stage. So, you do not need to be worried.

  • We will provide you with a free sim card before your journey to the Himalayas begins. And you can call us at any time.

  • Imja Tse, also known as Island Peak, is a spectacular peak amid the giants of the Himalayas in the Sagarmatha National Park area. The mountains offer beautiful views of ice-covered hills, water-filled lakes, and diverse landfills. Despite offering so much and being near the world’s tallest mountain Mt. Everest, how tall exactly Island Peak is?
    Tucked away up the Chukkung valley this beautiful mountain does indeed look like an island that is dwarfed on both sides by the stupendous Lhotse/Nuptse South Wall to the north and Baruntse to the south. The beautiful mountain is precisely 6160 meters tall.

  • Island Peak is by no means an easy climb although we grade it as a beginner's climb. Mountains are graded based on their technical and physical difficulties. For your training, it is very hard to mimic walking on ladders like the ones you will come across when crossing the crevasse. Thus attempting the summit of Island Peak has more than a fair share of excitement it can provide for a first-time climber. From the moment you land on Lukla, the gateway to the Everest region, to the summit of the Island Peak itself, this climbing trip will leave you with a sense of appreciation and respect for the mighty Himalayas.

  • Generally, the Khumbu region of Nepal is popular for its tea house, local people, and unique culture. Similarly, during the Island peak climbing, you have to stay in lodges, teahouses, or hotels until you reach Chhukung on your journey. Following the Chhukung you will be staying in camping tents until you reach Island Peak base camp and until the end of your trip. During the adventure, you will set up guest tents, dining tents, toilet tents, and kitchen tents. So be prepared before planning the trip. 

  • This question might hit you while preparing for the Island peak climbing. The Island peak is at an elevation of 6189m thus the level of oxygen might be less as compared to the base of the peak. However, without oxygen, many climbers have already summited the peak and it is not necessary to carry the Oxygen. 

  • Drinking water shortage is also one of the main problems across Nepal. The most common sources of drinking water in the country are stream water, river, and so on. The Water from this source may be contaminated and can cause a variety of ailments. Thus, most drinking water will be provided in the teahouses during the journey up to the base camp, either from taps, boiling water, or bottled water. Also, you can purify water by using steriPEN. 

  • Similar to other parts of Nepal this region also experiences four different seasons every year. Among them, the best time to climb the island peak is considered to be during Spring (March-June) and autumn seasons (September – November). During this time sky remains clear and the view from the peak is also a blessing. 

  • Island peak climbing in Nepal is the most famous trekking peak expedition that offers different difficulties and thrilling phases of life. Talking about the cost of island peak climbing it all depends upon the trekkers. The average cost of the Island Peak Climbing is $2500 per person for 20-day itinerary while it costs around $2100 per person for 17 days expedition. This cost may increase if you desire to add some luxury to the tour. Many travel agency offers a plethora of package so while choosing among them makes sure that it includes everything that you search for. Generally, it includes hotel transfers both during arrival and departure, guide, Kathmandu to Lukla and vice versa flight, transportation costs, permit to climb the peak, entry permit, accommodation cost, meals cost, climbing gears, Kitchen and camping equipment, porters charge, Sherpa Climbers' salary, and so on. The venture of the peak is a strenuous climb; prohibits solo climbing and you must go with a government-licensed trekking company. Apart from that, the cost of a visa, international flight, transportation, Personal travel insurance, Personal climbing equipment, alcoholic drinks, tips, and donations are excluded from this price list.

  • In case you are an inexperienced mountain climber, climbing Island Peak without a guide is fairly impossible technically and as per the rules. However, if you are fully experienced and with the needed gear, the ascent can be exciting. But ascend should be simple for an accomplished mountain alpinist.

  • Imja Tse, better known as Island Peak, is one of the most popular trekking treks in Nepal that offers an exhilarating climbing experience beyond simply trekking in Nepal. To reach there, it takes you around 14 to 20 days depending on the route you choose. However, if you are an experienced climber with knowledge of high altitude and climbing techniques, then this climb can be completed in 14 days. Mountaineers must have to climb for 5 - 6 hours a day covering 10km - 14 km. Similarly, on the summit day, you have to climb last up to 8 - 9 hours since it is advised to go as slow as possible, using the right amount of energy for the long duration and gasping as much air as possible.

  • Khumbu region is highly dominated by Mount Everest. Thus, this question might hit you while planning. If you are curious about then yes, you will be able to see Everest during the flight to Lukla if the weather is clear.

  • Similar to other parts of Nepal this region also experiences four different seasons every year. Among them, the best time to climb the island peak is considered to be during Spring (March-June) and autumn seasons (September – November). At these times, you'll have the optimum conditions for both trekking and views. So, the sky remains clear and the views from the peak are also a blessing during this period.

    On the other hand, there's generally too much rain for climbing in the months of summer.

  • The beautiful Island peak is basically recommended for beginners who want to step into the world of mountaineering. Climbing Island Peak is not easy, but it means that it is not impossible. You can make it easier by spending more days on the trek and on the mountain. While climbing the Island peak one must have to be in good shape and have experienced trekking at high altitudes. Island peak is a difficult climb at an extreme altitude with a steep ascent and thin air to breathe. The foot of the headwall is the hardest part of the climb. Nevertheless, the climbing route is safe with fixed lines all the way to the summit. To overcome this you need to acclimatize to the lower levels of oxygen lower down on the trail. The summit statistics show that the majority of people attempting the climb are not reaching the summit of Island Peak.
    Overall, Island Peak’s climbing difficulty is classified as moderately difficult as compared to other peaks. The journey might take 14 to 19 days to complete depending upon the detours, of which only about a day or two is segregated for climbing. The maximum elevation of this climb is 6,189m/ 20,305ft at the summit.

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    The trek was incredible

    Jinto T, FranceTrip Date: November 19, 2023

    The entire trek was incredible and not forgettable . i dont know how i describe the beauty i saw. We lucked out with perfect weather – blue skies and great visibility almost the entire way. It was a tough hike, but my guide hari and my porter mr vimal help me lot to reach up to end. hari always ensured i had the best sleeping rooms. They were surprisingly warm and comfortable. i never face any delay on this trip. everything on time.i liked this professional near future if i planned anything on Nepal. i never going think about a second option because Rising Adventure professional approach and dadication is incredible.after my trak i reach Kathmandu during that time mr chandan( owner Rising adventure) come to my hotel and helped me to buy some authentic Nepali items from Kathmandu.he is also a wonderful and simple man from Kathmandu. once agin thank you Rising Adventure for your all support