Everest High Passes Trek Map

Everest High Passes Trek Map

As shown in the map of Everest High Passes Trek, the total trekking days is 16 in total including the acclimatization and returning days. The Lukla is the starting point of the trekking. It is situated at an altitude of 2800m above sea level.

On the first day of Everest Three Passes Trekking, the trail stops at Phakding. Namche Bazaar is the second-day trail. The trekking moves on continuously to its first destination i.e. Kongmo La Pass. It is located at 5535m high above the sea level. Then you trek down Lobuche. On the 9th day of trekking, you have a hike to Everest Base Camp from Gorakshep with an elevation of 5364m and 5140m respectively. Again having a hike to Kalapatthar on the next day is amazing. It is a viewpoint for watching Himalayan views. Then the trek comes down again at Lobuche according to the map of Everest Three High Passes Trek.

From there, the trail moves ahead for reaching the second destination i.e. Cho La Pass with 5368m altitude. After crossing it, the trek goes down gradually to Gokyo Valley with an elevation of 4790m. Then you have a hike to Gokyo Ri at an altitude of 5360m. On the 14th day of the Everest 3 High Passes Trek, the trail goes down at first and goes up continuously and passes the Renjo La Pass (5360m) and again goes down steadily to Marlung. This is the final destination of Everest Three High Passes Trek. At last, the trail retraces to Lukla.

Overall, Phakding is situated at the lowest altitude level throughout the entire trekking days. In contrast, the Kalapatthar is stood at the highest elevation level of this trekking. They are 2652m and 5555m respectively in accordance with the Everest High Passes Trek map.