Govt. Regd. #: 2617/075
Group Size
2-12 People
Trip Grade
Tea House / Tent
Max. Elevation
B / L / D
Flight / Private Car
Best Season
Mar - May & Sept - Nov

Lobuche (also spelled Lobuje) is a Nepalese mountain that lies close to the Khumbu Glacier and the settlement of Lobuche. There are two main peaks, Lobuche East and Lobuche West. A permit to climb the mountain is required from the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA), which classifies Lobuche East (6,119m) as a "trekking peak" and Lobuche West (6,145m) as an "expedition peak". As the easier, trekking peak, the East peak is climbed far more frequently than the West peak; however, most of those climbers only do so to a false summit a few hours from the true summit of Lobuche East. Between the two peaks is a long, deeply notched ridge, though a steep drop and considerable distance make approaching the West peak from the East impossible.

Lobuche Peak is a stunning peak resting at 6,119m/ 20,075 feet above sea level. On the approach to climb Lobuche peak, we will take the traditional Everest Trail, leaving from Lukla and heading up the impressive Khumbu Valley. Along the trail, we will spend 3 nights acclimatizing in Namche Bazar, the Sherpa capital of the Region. We will also visit impressive monasteries and view remarkable scenery as we pass numerous seven and eight-thousand-meter peaks on the trail. We really only run private group climbs to Lobuche peak. We can tailor an itinerary to your needs. Lobuche peak is a strenuous climb to its summit above 20,000 feet and needs to be treated with respect. This challenge will make you felt like you can climb the world and standing on a tiny summit high in the Himalaya’s is a very special feeling, but you need to come trained and prepared for the climb. Lobuche Peak is an excellent introduction to Himalayan high altitude mountaineering, but you need to come prepared for this climbing challenge. Lobuche peak requires mountaineering skills. You need to be comfortable in crampons, using ropes and abseiling using a figure of 8 and moving between fixed lines. This is really important for your and your team's safety on the mountain.

Trip Outline

Day 01: Flight to Lukla & trek to Phakding
Day 02: Phakding to Namche
Day 03: Acclimatization day
Day 04: Namche – Thyanboche
Day 05: Thyangboche – Pheriche
Day 06: Pheriche – Lobuche
Day 07: Lobuche – Kalapathar back to Gorekshep
Day 08: Gorekshep to Everest base camp back to Lobuche
Day 09: Lobuche base camp
Day 10-12: Acclimatization at base camp
Day 13: Make a high camp
Day 14: Acclimatization day
Day 15: Summit and back to base camp
Day 16: Lobuche base camp - Dingboche
Day 17: Namche – Lukla
Day 18: Lukla – Kathmandu

What's included?

  • All domestic flights.
  • Climbing Equipment
  • All governmental procedure fees, all permits and local taxes.
  • All meals and accommodation throughout the trek.
  • Climbing Equipment
  • An experienced English speaking trekking guide / Climbing Guide possessing valid license issued by the government of Nepal.
  • Highly experienced trekking staffs.
  • Travel and rescue arrangements.

What's not included?

  • Visa fees/ international airfare to and from Kathmandu
  • Travel / medical insurance and emergency evacuation cost.
  • Hot and cold shower, battery recharge during the trek.
  • Personal expenses phone calls, bar bills, extra porters, beverages etc.
  • Personal Everest base camp trekking equipments/gears.
  • Tips for guides, porters
  • All others expenses not mentioned in “Trip Cost Includes” section.
  • Costs incurred due to unforeseen reasons like general strikes, accidents, unavailability of tickets (see Disclaimer above) or any event beyond the control of the company

Elevation Chart & Map