Everest Three Pass Trek | Booking Cost for 2024-2025

Trip Overview
  • Duration 18 Days
  • Difficulty Level Very Strenuous or Grade D (****)
  • DestinationEverest Region, Nepal
  • Meals & AccommodationBreakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Trip Start & EndKathmandu to Kathmandu
  • Trip TypeTrekking
  • Major Attractionebc, Kalapather., Gokyo
  • Maximum Altitude5600
  • Best TimeMarch, April, May, Sept, Oct, Nov

Everest Three High Passes Trek is a classical trek for adventure buffs in the panoramic Everest Region of Nepal. Happening in such a heavenly and recognized region, Everest Three Passes Trek offers breathtaking sceneries, adventurous trails, diverse vegetation, unique culture, and more. We welcome you on this trek with the Mountain Rock Treks team. 

As said earlier, Everest Three Passes Trek is the top trekking option for any thrill lover. It is an exhilarating journey to the three high passes of the Khumbu Region Cho La Pass(5,420m/17,782ft), Renjo La Pass(5,340m/17,520ft), and Kongma La Pass(5,535m/18,159ft). It looks exciting, right? Well, it's. 

On this trek, you will cross those three pinpoints and reach Kala Patthar and Everest Base Camp. Not only that, but you will also traverse Gokyo Valley and its pristine blue lakes. Yes, you read that right! In a sentence, Everest Three Passes Trek is a complete trek to explore the whole Khumbu region. Therefore, you can say that this trek is a blend of Everest Base Camp Trek and Gokyo Valley Trekking with the Three Passes Trek. Altogether, you will investigate the four different valleys of the Everest Region, Khumbu, Imja Tse, Bhotekoshi, and Gokyo Valley.

Talking about its main highlights, Three Passes Trek has quite a lot of them. First thing first, the mountain vistas during the trek are awe-inspiring. There will be numerous occasions when you watch peaks like Mt Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Ama Dablam, etc. How can we forget the mountain panoramas from the view stations like Kala Patthar, Renjo La Pass, Cho La Pass, and Kongma La Pass? You will remain short of words.    

Not only mountains but the captivating views of vast valleys like Goky and Imja Tse, the five Gokyo Lakes, varied landscapes, glaciers, and electric rivers will also keep your eyes busy. Similarly, the trek enables you to trek through the region's dense vegetation. In addition, the Sagarmatha National Park protects the rich flora and fauna of the area. So you will experience that part also.

This trek favors you if you love exploring new places, new cultures, and unique lifestyles. While you trek through the Khumbu Region, you will meet, talk and share moments with Sherpas and other regional ethnicities. You will have ideas about their way of living and thinking. Also, you will pass through numerous religious Buddhist monasteries, gompas, shrines, and mani walls along the trek.  

This Three Passes Trek is a 19 days long plan, beginning and ending in Kathmandu. It will start with a flight to Lukla Airport and then to Phakding. Slowly, the trek will progress through Everest Region's notable stops, such as Namche and Tengboche. The first pass you will climb on tour is Kongma La Pass.

After Kongma La Pass, you will climb Cho La Pass via Kala Patthar and Everest Base Camp. Then, you will arrive in Gokyo Valley to summit the last of the Three Passes, Renjo La Pass. Upon ascending all the passes, you will trek back to Lukla through Khumbu Region and fly back to Kathmandu to conclude the trek. 

Those nineteen days of the expedition will be full of sceneries, excitements, adventures, and challenges. The Everest three-high pass trek can be challenging if you have not trekked similar high-elevation and long treks in the Himalayas. But do not worry; our experienced team will guide you thoroughly. 

However, you must prepare for the trek and possess excellent physical perseverance to climb steep and rough sections. This can be arduous without preparation if you are entirely a newbie. This trek has 5-7 hours of daily trekking, steep areas, rough trails, elevating altitudes, harsh temperatures, etc. Therefore, you and your body should be ready to take on all the trek challenges. Then, the skilled team of Mountain Rock Treks will see the rest of it. 

So prepare yourself for this exhilarating but demanding journey with us! You will have a fantastic trek.  

Everest Three Pass Trek Highlights

  • Start with a scenic and exciting flight to Lukla

  • Walk via the lush vegetation of Pine, Oak, and Rhododendrons inside Sagarmatha National Park.

  • Spend beautiful evenings at stops like Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Gorak Shep, Lobuche, Gokyo Village, Thagnak, etc.

  • Experience the unique lifestyle and culture of the Sherpas and other ethnicities of the region.

  • Pass along the vast valleys, meadows, riversides, mountain passes, etc. 

  • Cross the three passes: Kongma La, Cho La, Renjo La, Gokyo Ri, and Kala Patthar. 

  • Live several of the best sunrises and sunsets along the trek in the Everest Region.

  • Enjoy the Everest Region's mountains such as Mt Everest, Mt Lhotse, Mt Cho Oyu, Mt Pumori, Mt Ama Dablam, Mt Lobuche, and many more.

  • Visit the famous five Gokyo lakes and the Gokyo Valley.  

  • Come across countless prayer wheels, mani walls, prayer flags, suspension bridges, monasteries, and gompas.  

Everest Three Pass Trekking Route

One of the most inclusive treks in Nepal, the Three Passes Trek 19 Days Routes, starts with a flight to Lukla(2,600m) from Kathmandu. After landing at the entrance of the Everest Region, you'll pass through the beautiful trekking trail to Phakding. From Phakding, you will reach Namche Bazaar(3441m), the region's hub. 

You'll spend an off day in Namche to get habituated to the altitudes. You will have a few hiking options to spend the day well on this day. One to Khumjung village, another to Everest View Hotel, and the last to Sagarmatha National Park Tourist Center.   

One acclimatization day in Namche will make you ready for the walk to Tengboche(3,800m), Dingboche(4,410m), and Chhukung(4,730m). You will trek through those villages in three days. And you will have another acclimatization day of the trek in Chhukung village, which is a must. There will be a big day after Chhukang's stay to climb the first mountain pass, i.e., Kongma La Pass(4,900m).

After summiting Kongma La Pass, you will travel through Lobuche village(4,900m) and the Gorakshep stop. This is where you will hike to Everest Base Camp and Kala Patthar(5,550m). Finally, in the wake of exploring the two notable stops, you will head towards Cho La Pass(5,420m) via villages like Dzongla(3,810m) and Thangnak. 

And then, you march into the picturesque Gokyo Valley(4,700m). Traveling and exploring the villages and lakes of the valley, you will find yourself at the pinpoint of Renjo La Pass(5,340m), the last pass of the trek. 

As all the passes and stops are done, you will trek back to Lukla(2,800m). To reach Lukla, you will spend three more days walking through Marlung, Thame, Namche Bazaar, and Phakding. The exact stops like Namche Bazaar and Phakding will come along once again. You will retrace your footprints to cross those places to get into Lukla. And joining a flight back to Kathmandu from there, you will conclude this beautiful long trek in Kathmandu(1,400m). This is how you will cover the Three Passes Trek's route.   

What Can You Expect From Everest Three Pass Trek?

On your Everest Three Pass Trek, you can anticipate having access to almost all of the Everest alpines over 6000m. With such a pass, you can reach summits like Mera Peak, Island Peak, Lobuche Peak, etc. Similarly, you can await to cross three passes and reach almost all the attractions of the Everest region, like Gokyo, Everest Base Camp, and Kala Patthar, in this single wander. Here is more to what you can foresee below:

  1. Access to 6000-metre Peaks :- Through our Everest Three Pass Amble, we will get you to the entry point of almost all over 6000 metres of mountains. Even climbing lovers have an exciting opportunity to climb Lobuche East Peak, Island Peak-Mera Peak, and many others.
  2. Tengboche to Kongma-La Pass :- After a short Tread from the Tengboche monastery in Tengboche (3860m), reach Dingboche (4410m) because Kongma-La Pass climaxes at 5,535 metres.
  3. Glimpses of Everest: Kalapathar and Everest Base Camp :-The hike perambulates Gorak Shep to Kala Pathar and Everest Base Camp. There is the famous Kala Pathar vantage point to hike, with some of the best views of Everest. That is a visual delight that will be engraved in your mind forever.
  4. Cho-La Pass and Beyond :- Go down to Lobuche across the giant's cho-la pass. This section, which is a difficult and long one ending at Thangnak, begins with the Lobuche Kharka.
  5. Renjo-La Pass :- On leaving the Gokyo Ri, you will cross the Renjo-La pass (5360 m) towards High Camp. Renjo-La Pass, as Gokyo Ri does, Bestows one of the most stunning vistas ever in this mountain range.
  6. Gokyo Valley: Jewel of the Khumbu Trail :- You will march towards the Gokyo Magnificent along the Khumbu region. This unknown jewel showcases virgin landscapes and lakes of glacial origin that are also different from rock mountains. A mystic walk through the Gokyo Valley leads you to one of Nepal's most renowned Everest base camps.
  7. Majestic Peaks: A Panorama Beyond Imagination :- Massive mountains and an absurd collage surround the entire trail of the jaunt. The three high passes present a tale of wonder. Other peaks such as Lhotse, Cho Oyu Pumori Ama Dablam Thamserku Kwangde Tengboche, and Gyachung Mt Khang witness the majesty of Mount Everest. Each turn confers a painting masterpiece that leaves you wondering about the power of creating.

Everest Three High Pass Trek Cost 2024 & 2025

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Best Time for Everest Three High Passes Trek

The timing for any trek is quite an important thing to look at. If you have all the knowledge about the right timing for a tour, you have already lowered the uncertainties and adversities of the trek by half. That is why it is essential to know the best timing for the hike you opt for. And that is the main reason why we have written this heading for you.

We will guide you through the Everest Region's weather experiences for over a year. Below, We have written about all four seasons: Autumn, Spring, Monsoon, and Winter. And after reading this, you can choose the best time for 3 Pass Trekking without any confusion. Let's get started. 

Everest Three High Passes Trek in Autumn (September, October, November)

Autumn, one of the best times to visit Nepal, functions through September, October, and November. Nepal is a post-monsoon time when the monsoon season has left the atmosphere. Due to that fact, the terrain and landscapes in Nepal look like they have been washed up. So that is the first benefit of traveling in Autumn.

Temperatures in Autumn in Nepal are pretty good for trekking in the mountains. The average temperature around the lower region of the trek remains around 10-18 degrees during the day hours. With such a temperature, you will have no difficulty with the temperature this season. However, there will be some plunge in temperature in the Everest Region when it's dark and when you gain more elevation. So make sure you have a few good clothes for such hours.     

Moreover, Autumn is known for its stable weather conditions. Therefore, if you travel in Autumn around Nepal, there are meager chances of trip cancelation. The Khumbu region and other parts of Nepal undergo beautiful climate situations. Some are unobstructed mountain views, clear skies, bright trekking days, calm breezes, and snow-loaded peaks. 

Travelers worldwide know Autumn is a perfect time for adventures in Nepal. That's why you will meet many wanderers along the trek. Autumn is an option if you love learning about new people and their stories.   

To sum up, Autumn is an unparalleled time for trekking around Nepal. The Three Passes Trek will happen quite nicely during the months of Autumn, that is for sure.  

Everest Three High Passes Trek in Spring (March, April, May)

Spring, the time through March-May, is another right time for trekking in Nepal. It is the peak trekking season in Nepal. That is why you will find overwhelming numbers of people throughout the journey. 

It is the pre-monsoon season coming into Nepal way before Monsoon does. This means there are no chances of massive rainfall until May. So instead, you will get the most pleasant circumstances. Warm temperatures, continuous clear mountains, vibrant landscapes, colorful trails, and bright days are some of the perks of Spring. 

If you see the temperature graph for the Spring season in Nepal, the lower parts of the trek, like Tengboche, Namche, and Gokyo, have average temperatures of around 5-20 degrees during the day. 

However, the night and morning hours in Khumbu Region can constantly be freezing below 0 degrees. Furthermore, the temperature is frigid in the much higher parts of the region, like Everest Base Camp, Kala Patthar, Kongma La Pass, and other factors.

Moreover, Spring is cheered for the flowering season. The forests of Nepal are colorful due to the Rhododendron flowers, and so are the trekking trails. This could be another reason why you should choose Spring. The peaks of the Khumbu region, like Ama Dablam, Cho Oyu, Everest, Lhotse, Lobuche, and others, are snow washed by the winter season. 

In short, Spring season Three Passes Trek is a big yes. The good conditions of the season will make your trek a pleasing one.   

Everest Three High Passes Trek in Winter (December, January, February)

Winter is the coldest time of the year in Nepal. This is because so many people take Winter as an off-season for trekking in Nepal. And the trekking routes of Nepal are pretty peaceful during this season.

Yes, Winter is a cold and snowy season in Nepal. There is massive snowfall in the mountains, and the temperature is freezing. However, not all three months of Winter- December, January, and February, are that bad for trekking. The first two weeks of December are worthwhile. You will get conditions of the Autumn season in that period. Thus, trekking in the mountains is possible in early Winter. 

Similarly, the last few weeks of February can be another time in Winter for trekking. Winter is at its peak in January but slowly lowers through February. Therefore, that time of Winter is also good to go on the trails of Nepal. You can't put Winter aside for trekking in Nepal.

The rewards are considerable if you are bold enough to opt for Winter's early and late weeks. Winter is the best time for mountain vistas due to massive white snowfall. Also, the trekking paths are less crowded than in Autumn and Spring. As a result, you will have a quiet time in the Everest Region. 

Overall, Winter is not as good as Autumn and Spring for trekking. But the early and late days of the Winter season are okay for trekking. So if you want to do the Three Passes Trek in Winter, we can find the right day.    

Everest Three High Passes Trek in Monsoon ( June-July-August)

It is listed at last for some reasons. Monsoon is a less preferred time for trekking in Nepal. It is entirely off-season in Nepal. You will find a few travelers around Kathmandu preparing for treks in the mountains. And that is rightfully alright.  

The monsoon or Summer season is the warmest and wettest season of all. June, July, and August in Nepal are three humid months of the season. The country receives massive rainfall throughout the season. Consequently, the higher areas observe colossal snowfall. The trails of Nepal remain wet, slippery, and landslide-prone. Mountains are not always visible. As for these conditions, Monsoon is a not-so-popular time for trekking in Nepal. 

However, the early days of June and the last few weeks of August are somehow doable. Monsoon is less active in Nepal during those two sessions than in July. And you can do the trek. But make sure you have an experienced guide to help you out. The monsoon treks are pretty prone to problems. Thus you will need an excellent guiding person in front of you. 

The monsoon season rewards spectacular mountains and landscapes, especially after rainfall. This is the most exciting part about the Monsoon season trekking. Also, the trails are pretty peaceful. 

But, as said earlier, you must take on various uncertainties to enjoy the benefits. The weather is quite unpredictable throughout Monsoon. Thus, we do not highly recommend the Monsoon season for Three Passes Trek. But if you want to trek anyway, our experienced team will find an appropriate time in the season and safely guide you.      

Everest Three (3) High Pass Trekking Difficulty

Everest Three High Passes Trekking is a moderate trek in the heavenly Khumbu Region. The tour can be a hard one for some and easy for others. We mean to say it depends on your trekking experience and physical endurance level. 

If you have been trekking in the Himalayas for some time, if you have done similar treks more than a couple of times, Everest 3 Passes Trek should not be difficult. However, if you have never done anything like that in the mountains, this trek is challenging.

In general, the critical difficulties of the Everest Three High Passes Trek are its distance, duration, elevation, trail nature, and weather. First, let's start with length. The trek is about 166km long through the Khumbu Region. Such a distance is not a joke. It will surely test you. 

Likewise, you will need at least 15 days to complete the trek. You will sleep, eat, walk, and repeat in the rural part of the region. On trekking days, you will trek for about 5-7 hours daily. So this part of the trek is also not easy. 

Moreover, the elevation of the trek is sky-touching. You will reach the highest height of the tour at Kala Patthar(5,550m). And you will hike above 5000m+ several times. Trekking and crossing those elevation numbers several times takes so much calm, perseverance, acclimatization, and hard work. So the altitude gains of the trek will test you a little bit. Follow our golden tips for high altitude sickness too.

Similarly, the trek will climb steep sections, slippery trails, glacier walking, and rough terrains. You will have those things for more than two weeks. Taking on such a trail is another problematic part of the trek. Also, the higher parts of the region have extreme weather conditions. You will have strong winds and freezing temperatures at times of the tour. Thus the weather also demands you do something on the journey.  

So these are the significant challenges of the trek. But like there is a saying, difficult roads often lead to a beautiful destination. The Three Passes Trek will lead you to many beautiful destinations. You will not regret taking those adversities on. 

But make sure you come with enough preparation for the trek. Before the trek date, you better do cardio training and exercises such as cycling, trekking, hiking, jogging, swimming, etc.

Note:- If you think of an alternate option for This Trek, you might consider our Everest base camp trek return by helicopter. If you are short of holiday for ten days, you can get 5 hours Everest base camp helicopter tour. If you are here for an anniversary trip, honeymoon trip, or Engagement trip, you can choose the Luxury Lodge Everest base camp trek. Or if you scare with the flight, you can do the Everest base camp trek by land. Probably, this will be a tweetable alternative trip for you.

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Itinerary

Three High pass Trek Details Itinerary for 2022, 2023, and 2024

When you arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), a member of our waiting help staff will meet you there and take you to the hotel by a private tourist vehicle you choose and brief you about the details of the trek. We take a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla the following day. After meeting the rest of our crew in Lukla, we immediately begin the 3–4 hour trek to Phakding. The next morning,  we resume hiking. After crossing the Dudh Koshi River, we register our permit number and group information at the Sagarmatha National Park entry in Monju's National Park office. The Hillary  Suspension Bridge is then crossed as we rise to Namche Bazaar. The following day, we will rest in Namche Bazaar, in the Khumbu region. After eating breakfast in Namche, we depart for  Tengboche. Next, our day starts off on the trail through ImjaKhola, after which we continue to  Tengboche and drop to the riverside while traversing a rhododendron and birch forest. Visit a  Buddhist nunnery at Deboche before continuing on to Pangboche. Then, from Orsho, we can see  Mt. Pumori's apical ridge before arriving at the chilly and windy settlement of Dingboche, where we spend the night. The following day, we continue our ascent via the ImjaKhola valley to reach glacier moraines surrounded by massive mountains. We continue to walk for the next three to four hours across the valley, keeping Lhotse and AmaDablam in view, until we arrive at Yak Bible. We go 30 minutes by foot from Bible to Chhukung, where we spend the night. We begin to ascend early in the morning after being acclimated to this altitude.

We have two options:

  • Ascend the hill northwest of Chhukung above the Nuptse glacier
  • Descend the Bible Valley to the high path above NiyangKhola

After a five-hour hike through Kongma La's (5535 meters) trail, we finally depart Chhukung. The descent, the most difficult and complicated part of today's hike, starts after that. Following a hike up the adjacent moraine, we turn north along the Khumbu glacier's trail and eventually arrive in Lobuche, where we spend the night. Then we head towards Gorakshep. The trail passes past the Khumbu Glacier's lateral moraine before reaching Gorakshep. We were able to see Kalapatthar after ascending to the summit of the Changri glacier. We shall then arrive in  Gorakshep. After passing via Gorakshep Lake, we continue on the route to Everest base. This is the goal of our journey. The next day, we spend the night in Gorakshep after returning on foot. After several hours of walking, we reach Kala Patthar.

The next day, we transverse through Dzongla.  We will then climb towards Thagnak and stay there overnight. We leave in the early morning and continue the path via the Ngozumpa glacier. Finally, we arrive at Gokyo village. We stay there for one day and two nights to relax. We stay in Gokyo valley to relax toward the conclusion of our second week of hiking.

Following that, we set off on foot early in the morning for Renjola Pass.  We divert from the main Gokyo Valley trail to follow Dudh Pokhari's Renjo la route. In order to go to Angladumba Tsho, the trail then continues down the stairs. We arrive in Marlung after an hour of walking. The following day, we proceed according to the established path, which is a drop from Marlung to Thame. We cross the Bhote Koshi and descend to Taranga before arriving at  LangmucheKhola. We then go over the bridge to Same. We descend the steep path and arrive at the Thamo settlement. We then arrive at Phurte. We finally arrive at Namche. On the next day, we depart from Namche and arrive in Lukla. Then we will take an early morning flight to Kathmandu. Three hours prior to the flight's scheduled departure time, a drop-off in a private tourist vehicle is arranged from the hotel to the airport. By selecting a different curriculum, you can potentially lengthen your trip. 

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Arrival in Kathmandu. Our airport representative will greet you at the Tribhuvan International Airport. In addition, a drop at the hotel by a private tourist vehicle is arranged. Our representative will meet you at your hotel and brief you about the details of the arrangement.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • not specific Hours
  • 1320 Meters

The following day we fly from Kathmandu to Lukla. The 40 minutes flight from Tribhuvan Domestic Airport (Kathmandu) to Tenzing Hilary Airport (Lukla) offers marvelous views of mountain ranges as rays of light fall on them. We start a 3-4 hours trek to Phakding shortly after meeting our crew members in Lukla. Overnight stay in a Lodge.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast ,Lunch, Dinner
  • 3-4 HOurs
  • 2610 Meters

We continue along the trail soon after having our breakfast in Phakding. After crossing Dudh Koshi River, we register our permit number and group details at the National Park office in Monju, the entrance of the Sagarmatha National Park. Then we ascend to Namche Bazaar, crossing the Hillary Suspension Bridge. Overnight stay in a lodge.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 6-7 Hours
  • 3443 Meters

This is the day to rest in the center of the Khumbu region, the Namche Bazaar. It’s also a day to adjust our body to the high altitude. Though we stay in Namche, it is recommended that we stay active and moving. The place is well facilitated with banks, ATMs, and Cyber Cafés, and you can also visit the Sherpa museum or visit the local community.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 3 Hours
  • 3443 Meters

We start for Tengboche after breakfast in Namche. On our way, beautiful views of Mt. Everest, Mt. Nuptse, Mt Ama Dablam, and Thamserku accompany us while walking the smooth and sometimes zigzag trail.    

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 5-6 Hours
  • 3875 Meters

The morning view of the mountain panorama is outstanding, and you can click the breathtaking views of Kangtega range, Thamserku, Amadablam, Taboche, Kwangde, Tengboche, Lhotse, and Nuptse. Our day begins along the trail through ImjaKhola, then to Tengboche where we descend to the riverbank, through the rhododendron and birch forest. At Dingboche, visit a Buddhist nunnery and cross a few chortens to reach Pangboche where we can have a splendid view of the beautiful mountains. One can quickly notice the thinning vegetation on walking from upper Panboche to the dry and alpine terrain of Shomare. Next, we can view the apical ridge of Mt. Pumori from Orsho; then, finally, we reach the cold and windy village of Dingboche, where we stay overnight. 

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 6-7 Hours
  • 4410 meters

On the seventh day, we wake up to find ourselves amid a stone-walled alpine landscape of Dingboche. We continue our trek through ImjaKhola valley to glacier moraines in the middle of towering mountains. Our walk continues for the next 3-4 hours through the valley viewing Lhotse mountain and AmaDablam on our sides until we reach yak Bible, the herdsman's place. Walking further, we can have a fantastic view of the rocky and icy appearance of ImjaTse peak at the terminal moraine. Half an hour's walk from Bible leads us to Chhukung, where we can view the glaciers and snowy mountains. Overnight in Chhukung.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 4 Hours
  • 5550 Meters

Getting acclimatized to this height, we start to ascend early in the morning. On this day, we enter the remote hinterlands of the mountains where we cannot find any teashops further, so we carry plenty of water for ourselves. We can either take a climb over the hill northwest of chhukung over the Nuptse glacier; the other option is to walk down the valley of Bible than to the high trail above NiyangKhola. On walking further, we can have a stunning view of the Island peak valley and the jagged ridge of AmphuLapcha. On ascending along the east side of NiyangKhola valley through a stony trail, we reach a wide basin with frozen lakes. Finally, we leave Chhukung after a 5-hour walk through Kongma La's (5535 meters) path. We get to the top to see the prayer flags fluttering to mark the pass at the ridge. Then, the descent begins, which is a complex and challenging experience to today's trek. We then climb the moraine on the far side, then turn north through the trail of the Khumbu glacier, which finally leads to today's final destination: Lobuche, where we stay overnight. 

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 8 Hours
  • 4910 Meters

Ahead of Gorakshep, the trail leads through the lateral moraine of Khumbu Glacier. Passing through the pyramid signpost, we find ourselves we can view the north ridge of Everest along with Mt. Pumori, Mt. Mahalangur, Mt. Lingtern, Mt. Khumbutse, Mt. Nuptse, etc. We can view the 360-degree vista of snow-covered mountains after ascent toThangmaRiju. On climbing the top of Changri glacier, we caught the sight of Kalapatthar, a green knoll beneath Mt. Pumori. When we reach Gorakshep, we can view the snow-capped mountains, including the world's crown, Everest. We then take the trail to Everest base camp through once Gorakshep Lake and reach the Indian army mountaineer's memorials on continuing. Upon reaching the Everest Base Camp, we realize the hazardous route of the Khumbu icefall. We can't view Everest as we stand at the base of the peak, but the close-up scene of Nuptse, Khumbutse is no less enchanting experience that stands tall above the bright-colored tents of the mountaineers. This is the ultimate point of our trip. We then walk back to Gorakshep, where we lodge overnight.EBC

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 7-8 hours
  • 5140 Meters

This is the climax of our trip, which starts with the walk to catch a dramatic view of shining Everest from Kalapatthar. As we descend to Kalapatthar, we can see our breath while snapping the pictures of peaks such as Lingtren, Khumbuttse, Changtse appearing to the East, and the Everest revealing between the west shoulder crest and Nuptse. After several hours we reach Kalapathhar, where we sit to quench the ultimate thirst of eyes to see the unparalleled Himalayan panorama. We leave our footsteps to take away the memories and snap pictures for a lifetime experience. 

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 7 Hours
  • 5420Meters

Early morning we will wake up to see the mesmerizing view of Cholatse. The early part of this one of the most challenging trips begins as we transverse through Dzongla across spur forest, which descends to a basin. As we climb the height again, we see the picturesque view of Cho la lake and Mt AmaDablam. The steep climb is made worse by boulders, leading us to the curvy trails of Bergschrund. At the top, we can enjoy the sight of majestic peaks all around, standing by the side of fluttering prayer flags. The descent to Thagnak is relatively straightforward unless the rocks are glazed by ice making the path slippery and hazardous. We stay in Thagnak for the night. 

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 7 Hours
  • 5420Meters

Early morning, we step out of the small village and follow the trail through Ngozumpa glacier, the longest glacier in Nepal. As we reach the other side of the glacier, we can catch sight of the second Gokyo lake, one of the six series. Finally, we see Gokyo village on the edge of the third lake, which is a short distance from the second. Stay and rest in Gokyo for one day and two nights.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 4 Hours
  • 4790 Meters

Towards the end of the second week of our trek, we stay to rest in Gokyo valley. The acclimatization day is an excellent opportunity to climb Gokyo Ri, one of the best places to catch a view of the Everest region and the six lakes. The fourth lake is 3 Km north of Gokyo, with its high cliffs and peaks rising above it. The trail continues to the fifth turquoise blue shimmering lake, the biggest. We can even climb the hills at the edge of the lake to catch the breathtaking scenery of Cho-Oyu, Gyachung, Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Makalu. Beyond the fifth lake, Cho Oyu base camp, the spectacular view is worth watching. It's up to our interest, curiosity, time, and energy we have left whether we go as far as the sixth lake. Finally, we come back to Gokyo.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 3 Hours
  • 4790 Meters

Today we start to walk to Renjola pass early in the morning. We leave the main trail of Gokyo valley to take the Renjo la route by Dudh Pokhari. After 3 hour's walk, You can enjoy the vista of Everest, Lhotse, Cholatse, and Taboche. Then, the trail continues down the stairs to reach Angladumba Tsho. We see Relama Tsho and Renjo Lake on another walk, and then we walk through the narrow valley teemed with giant boulders to Lunde. After an hour's walk, we reach Marlung, where we will stay tonight.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 7 Hours
  • 4210 Meters

The next day we follow the traditional route followed for centuries by the Tibetan traders, which is a descent from Marlung to Thame. Crossing BhoteKoshi, descending to Taranga, we reach LangmucheKhola. We can view astonishing views of the mountains such as Thamserku, Katenga, KusumKangguruetc from the lodges besides seeing the famous Buddhist shrine (Gompa) at Thame. Next, we cross the bridge to reach Same, which offers the breathtaking beauty of the mountain view. Down the steep path, we go to Thamo village, where there is a monastery called Khari Goma, the nunnery. Next, we reach the world’s highest power station built with Australian Aid, after which we get to a small village called Phurte, where there is LaudoMonastry. Finally, we reach Namche through some gompas, prayer flags, and Chorten Mani stones. Overnight in Namche.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 6 Hours
  • 3443 Meters

This is the final day of the three-day high pass trek. We start from Namche and reach Lukla on this day, but the challenges are enormous, walking down the steep with shaky legs until we get to the airport area. Crossing the bridge over Dudh Koshi

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 7-8 Hours
  • 2850meters

An early morning flight from Lukla to Kathmandu. The taking off is a dramatic scene, just like the landing. The rest of the day can be used for sightseeing or relaxation and celebration. 

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • 30 Minutes
  • 1320Meters

Departure from Kathmandu. A drop from the hotel to the airport 3 hours before the scheduled time of flight is arranged in a private tourist vehicle. You can also extend your trip by opting for another program. 

  • No Accomodation
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • No LImit
  • 1320Meters

We are pleased to offer the flexibility of tailoring your journey to your desired duration and places, whether extended or shortened, as our proficient team of locals-cum-guides, porters, and accompanying staff have an in-depth understanding of every location traveled.

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Cost Details

Includes

  • Airport picks drop & pick up by a private vehicle.
  • Two nights hotel accomodation in kathmandu B/B Plan. ( Before a trip and last day of the trip)
  • Three Times Meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) during the trek.
  • Tea House hotel accommodation during the trek.
  • A highly experienced, helpful, and friendly government license holder Guides his food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment, and medicine.
  • One Potter for two trekkers.(limit of 20-25 KG)
  • Duffel bag, Sleeping Bag and Down Jacket (return after complet the trip)
  • Everest Area Trekking map.
  • One Company T-shirt or Cap.
  • Round Trip flight fare Kathmandu - Lukla. Flight will be from Mathali -Lukla- Manthali in october- november And April, May.
  • Kathmandu & domestic airport taxes in Kathmandu and Lukla airport for groups and crews.
  • National Park permits and TIMS (Trekker's Information Management System)
  • Certificate of achievement  (If needed) 
  • Farewell dinner in Nepali restaurant in Thamel before your departure from Nepal 
  • Free luggage store at office or at hotel.
  • All ground transportation.
  • All our government taxes.
  • Official expanse.
  • An airport transfer service for your final departure.

Excludes

  • Your travel insurance. (Compulsory)
  • Food in Kathmandu.
  • International airfare.
  • Nepal entry visa fee.
  • Items of a personal nature include alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, and laundry.
  • Personal trekking Equipment.
  • Tips for guide and potter etc.

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Essential Info

Tea House Accommodation Facilities on Everest Three Pass Trek 

The Everest Three Pass journey includes tea house accommodations and facilities. Of the 18 days, fifteen will be spent in remote tea houses on mountains and three at top hotels. These tea houses actually consist of small rooms furnished with one or two single beds, warm and cosy blankets, and soft pillows. Sleep on a comfortable mattress, undertaking scenic views from the windows overlooking the mountains circling them.

While you travel with us, we promise the best tea houses with great mountain views and scenic beauties. The rooms and bathrooms in guesthouses are not very luxurious but clean enough to provide some measure of comfort.

The same spectacle applies to a standard dining room that offers native wholesome foods and some foreign delicacies. In the lower elevation, Western-style toilets can be found. However, as you move up, mostly squat toilets will be available. 

Along the Everest Three Pass trail, besides local tea houses, other high-end accommodations are also available. These genre lodging facilities include the best and most comfortable rooms, with other luxury facilities. 

Meal We Will Consume for 18 Days in Everest Three Pass Trek 

The Everest Three Pass Culinary Experience is rich and satisfying, guiding you through the 18 tour days. Start your day from around 7 am to 8 am with breakfast options available in tea houses. French toast, honeyed bread with eggs and cheese, chapati or oatmeal, porridge, and fried potatoes, among smashed ones, are all suitable. For people who like sweet Sherpa, find Su Chya (butter tea), Tsampa, and Tibetan bread as samples.

You can have your fill of cereals, grains, and rice for lunch and dinner, targeting mainly carbohydrates. The mentioned dish of Dal Bhat, proposed as a traditional Nepali food, contains cooked rice, lentils boiled with vegetable curries and pickles. However, a variety of alternatives including noodles and momo pasta; pizza sandwiches and spaghetti are available at several stops.

All the lodges we have chosen to dine at value cleanliness and freshness more than anything else. Similarly, both Veg and Non- Veg food options are available. During this high-pass trip, we advise non-vegetarians to consume all vegetables and avoid meat for hygiene reasons. Enjoy a wide range of food, including local grains like Buckwheat & Millet and imported products such as noodles, spaghetti & pizza.

What Will Be Additional Expenses Rather than Package Cost?

Additional expenses besides the package cost include personal expenses and miscellaneous costs. Here is more in detailed about the additional expenses than the package cost below:

  1. Snacks, Bakery Items and Extra meals: While main meals are typically covered, indulging in bakery treats during acclimatisation hikes in places like Namche Bazaar or Gokyo can incur extra costs. Travellers often spend on personal preferences like snacks or special dietary items, which are not part of the package. Be mindful of these additional expenses during your trekking adventure.
  2. Add on luxury accommodations: Our package includes the basic tea house accommodations. However, if you in the middle of the trek decide to upgrade your accommodations this add-on opulence option will not be included in the package cost. 
  3. Drinks: Other charges, such as beverages – especially drinks that are alcoholic and sometimes hot chocolate or specialty coffees are usually not included in the cost of the package. 
  4. Drinking water: If you get thirsty on your route, there are three options with different prices that don’t contribute to your billing. First, one can purchase water filters and purifiers for safe drinking while travelling to Everest. Using these options promotes sustainable trekking. Furthermore, being an affordable alternative, bottled one will cost around $3 to $ 5 per bottle. For warm drinking water, you can pay an additional dollar or two in tea houses along the way. 
  5. Wifi Services: Besides the package cost, wifi charges also represent one of the expenses that adds as an additional expense for journeyers. Some villages in the Everest Three Pass trek do provide unlimited wifi which can be accessed cheaply at just around $1-$5 US in Different places of Everest territory like Lukla, Phakding, Dole, and Namche Bazaar, et cetera all over the place.
  6. Hot Showers: You will stay overnight in normal tea houses, and all the tea houses incur extra costs for facilities like hot showers. Travellers may use this hot shower till Gorakshep village near base camp. In most places, you’ll have a gas geyser and shower in the room. In other locations, they sometimes provide hot water in a bucket. You must pay for a hot shower on the Everest trekking route. The hot shower costs about $ 1-5 per application. The price of the hot shower increases with location height. Carry a quick-drying towel since it may not be in the local tea houses.
  7. Laundry Services: If you find it challenging to wash clothes manually, Laundry Services can come in handy for you. The only laundry services on the Everest hiking trail are those in Namche Bazaar. Wash houses are available in Namche, but one needs to pay a certain amount to use them. The laundry charges are between US $4.0 and US$8 per Kg, including washing, rinsing, and drying your clothes. The laundry services offered to the trekkers on this route include hand-washing your clothes or using simple machines provided at teahouses. The washing can include detergent and water in the process of cleaning clothes. These extra laundry service charges will be an additional expense not included in the package cost. 
  8. Tipping for Guide and Porters: The Everest three-pass trek cost does not include tips for the guides and porters. This will add an additional for travellers. Despite not being compulsory, tipping the guide and porters is normal as one finishes the journey. This can be viewed as a way of thanking them for their efforts. It is a reward for workers that leads to a successful tour.  Thus, it allows you to pay any amount the guides and porters are happy with at the end of trekking in Lukla. While tipping, we recommend that one should give 10% of the total travel package.
  9. Oxygen Cylinder :- Supplemental Oxygen is a necessary safety measure used in high-altitude trekking in any emergency. Although both our guides and porters offer complete emergency assistance, the cost of procuring supplementary oxygen is counted as an extra charge. Altitude sickness may affect travellers, affecting their respiratory system in higher altitudes. Some cases of supplemental oxygen requirement may be spontaneous, with their procurement en route becoming essential for immediate relief. 

It is important to note that this price should not be treated as a part of package expenses, highlighting the necessity for budgeting regarding such health-related needs during the hike. While safety and well-being are the primary focus, we offer a comprehensive travel experience.

What Are Wifi and Charging Facilities On Trek?

The wifi and charging facilities along the path are satisfactory. Some tea houses provide wifi and charging services at a minimal cost, which usually ranges from $1 to $5. Essentially, such lodges improve the trekking lifestyles by providing an opportunity to stay connected while enjoying stunning views of the Everest region

Travellers have two main ways to access the internet while trekking.

  1. Everest Link wifi Card: The largest internet provider in the Khumbu region is Everest Link. Wifi cards are available in many tea houses and lodges on the trail. The prices range between NPR 500 ($4) to NPR 2,000($1O). In most cases, the quality of the connection drops when travelling up in altitude and at peak times, mainly because there are numerous users connected.
  2. Ncell or NTC Data Packages: If you have a Nepal's local SIM like Ncell SIM card or NTC, then you can buy data packages for minimal cost starting from Rs. 12. However, network coverage is very irregular and almost nonexistent above Namche Bazaar.

While communal areas in some tea houses have charging stations, an extra fee might be charged. Carrying a power bank guarantees that the electronic gadgets are fully charged at all times during the expedition.

How Can I Prepare for Everest Three Pass Trek?

Starting the Everest Three Pass trip requires a lot of preparation, especially because there are difficult routes through the Himalayas. If you have experience in high-altitude hiking, your chances of making a successful travel increase. Why? This trek involves 5-7 hour long walks for over three weeks. 

It does not matter how much endurance you have; no other adventure sport is like what it takes to amble in the remote Himalayas with so many ups and downs. Also, high altitude poses its own biggest challenge, whereby the oxygen content in thin Himalayan air constantly decreases. To acclimatise, why not consider doing shorter high-altitude walks up to 400 m as well in order to gain valuable experience? 

Considering the fact that not all individuals can visit the Himalayas for several hiking trips, preparations could be made at home beforehand. Start your training with cardiovascular workouts that are considered imperative for the physical needs of walking. 

However, those less familiar with regular exercise should try to begin exercising in the gym a little before their expedition. In order to be successful in overcoming the difficult Himalayan trail through three passes, one needs a blend of physical stamina and mental strength. So prepare, mentally and physically, well enough for the difficult passage still to come. 

How Should I Fit Be To Conquer Everest Three Pass Trail?

You should possess a moderate fitness level for the Everest three-pass trip. If you are someone who carries out activities like gym workouts, swimming, and running or is under the guidance of a physical trainer, then this walking will not be too difficult for you. 

However, if a person has been inactive, then building a fitness level for this tour involves walking 4-7 kilometres daily for at least one month before starting the adventure. 

The Everest three-pass trail in Nepal is classified as moderate since there are no notable technical difficulties. But the height sometimes causes problems with breathing. Walking 6-8 hours a day while bearing a light backpack appears to be the secret to overcoming this problem. 

There are no technical requirements; thus, it is a rewarding adventure for someone who has normal fitness and health.

Is Travel Insurance for Everest Three High Pass Trek a Compulsory Thing?

Yes, travel insurance is now a mandatory requirement for the Everest Three High Pass Trek and any treks in Nepal. In order to enter Nepal, tourists must provide evidence about traveller insurance that is used in case of emergency, rescue treatment, and other similar costs during the entire expedition.

It is highly recommended to obtain travel insurance that includes a medical evacuation and total journey coverage before undertaking risky trips in Nepal. This is especially important when going to altitudes high in remote places where transportation by other means becomes limited. Emergency evacuation is mandatory in cases of diseases such as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) or other altitude-related complications.

In addition, we recommend taking trip insurance in order not only to have assurance but also to safeguard your travel investment from unforeseen events that may happen during or before the journey. Before making a final decision, thorough research on the insurance coverage must be done. Clearly, it is smart to have proof of insurance on you during travels and leave a copy with your family. 

What Transport Options are  available for Everest Three Pass Trek? 

Three transport options are available for Everest three pass journeys i.e. Lukla flight, Heli trip and travelling via road. 

  1. Flight to Lukla: The Everest Three Passes trek is mainly approached by Lukla, which can be reached from Kathmandu via daily flights. This scenic 20 to 30-minute flight, with an operating fleet of more than three airlines, offers passengers breathtaking views. Nevertheless, weather may cause flight delays or cancellations, and therefore, one should plan for more days after the trek.
  2. Helicopter to Lukla: You can enjoy a more opulent ride, if you wish, by taking helicopters directly to Lukla, but only at a significantly greater cost.
  3. Road Access to Phaplu and Salleri: Phaplu has been paved with a road, and attempts are being made to link Salleri with Lukla so that the reliance on air transport can be decreased. This road travel option benefits hikers who want to travel the path once walked by the Everest conquerors. Also, with this, you skip the Lukla flight, which some travellers may find scary to do. 

Altitude Sickness Concerns and Acclimatization 

Another main difficulty in the Everest Three Passes Trek is altitude sickness, which includes a complex set of problems caused by rapid ascent at high elevations. Predicting altitude sickness with high accuracy is not always possible, even for physically and mentally fit individuals. Poor acclimatisation significantly increases altitude sickness risk. However, to reduce this threat, it is necessary to implement the appropriate acclimatisation measures and concentrate on the need for a gradual adjustment of the body with lower levels of oxygen at higher altitudes.

Acute mountain sickness (AMS), which is characterised by symptoms such as headache, nausea, fatigue, and dizziness followed by sleeping problems, may be caused when trekking above 2,500 metres height (8,200 feet ). Most severe cases may result in emergency symptoms such as HAPE or HACE. Because the trek has three high passes- Kongma La Pass, Cho La Pass, and Renjo La Pass proper acclimatisation is essential to avert altitude sickness.

Will I Get Altitude Sickness During Everest Three Pass Trek? 

Yes, there is a chance of you getting mild altitude sickness on the Everest three-pass trek as you will cross several landmarks at a 5000-metre altitude. 

At higher altitudes, mild symptoms, which can include headaches or nausea and a general feeling of discomfort, may occur if you are affected by altitude sickness. But if any breathing-related discomfort occurs, you should tell your mountain guide quickly about it. The guide who will be with you on the three-pass track will be well-trained and certified. Moreover, you can also take an oximeter with you to check your oxygen level as you climb up the high elevations. 

For general symptoms, the guide will determine whether to proceed or stop at that point. For serious complications, one will arrange a helicopter rescue so that one can be flown back to Kathmandu for immediate medical attention.

How To Prevent Altitude Sickness?

Here are some methods you can prevent altitude sickness below:

  1. Consume at least about five litres of water in order to remain hydrated.
  2. Stay away from alcohol, tobacco, and drugs, and don’t consume medicines like sleeping pills when making an ascent.
  3. A 24-hour avoidance of heavy exercise is required when you notice signs of altitude sickness.
  4. Pack some bars and chocolates as they give you the additional energy to climb up the altitude.
  5. Do not eat meat and consume a balanced diet food such as local traditional cuisine. Dal Bhat will offer you good protein and make you stronger.
  6. Upon feeling uneasy or discovering the symptoms of altitude sickness, inform your professional guide, and he will take you to a lower elevation with provision for medical treatment in due time.
  7. Follow your Itinerary and don't skip any acclimation hikes. 

Safety and Security Along the Trail 

Mountain Rock Treks takes the safety of its tourists seriously. During the trail, a trained guide will be with you. Moreover, Please be informed that we will make adjustments or cancel the itinerary in case of safety risks. Here are some tips you can follow to maintain safety and security all along the way. 

  • You can explore on your own on certain days for a certain time. However, remember not to wander far from the guide or your tea houses. 
  • Besides the representative from Mountain Rock Treks, never let your things be carried or shouldered along the route by anyone. 
  • It is also strongly suggested that you should take your valuable items and important documents with you safely. You may also consider securely keeping them in a neck wallet or money belt. 
  • Along the Everest pass route, there is little likelihood of getting a deposit box; therefore, keep them in your bag and lock them. 
  • While you will be provided with a porter to carry your duffel bag, do not leave the important documents in possession of others, and keep them handy. 
  • In the Tea- houses, while sharing rooms, keep your valuable things next to you and store them in a safe place.

FAQs

  • Q1. Will I get mountain sickness on Everest 3 Passes Trek?

    Most probably not, but you can never guess. This is a trek taking you above 5000+ a couple of times. So there are times when you will be in the higher parts of the tour. If you have not acclimated well and have not taken any precautions, altitude sickness can bother you. But if you acclimatize enough, hydrate yourself all the time, trek calmly, take breaks and follow what your guide has to say, you will dodge the sickness. So it all depends on you.    

  • Teahouses are the accommodation on this trek. These locally run lodges provide you with food and meals on tour. You will get a bare room, twin beds, a bedsheet, a pillow, and a blanket in teahouses. The quality of accommodation will lessen as you head to rural and higher areas. Similarly, you will be served food items such as Dal Bhat, Eggs, Porridge, Dumplings, Noodles, Pizza, Soup, Bread, etc., in these teahouses.    

  • You will require Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit and Solukhumbu Regional Permit for the expedition. The Sagarmatha National Park Permit is obtainable for US$ 30 from Kathmandu at Nepal Tourism Office and Monjo's entrance gate. Similarly, you can get a Solukhumbu Regional Permit for US$20 at Lukla.     

  • Cardiovascular exercises and activities are the best options for your preparation for the trek. The activities such as running, mountain hiking, cycling, swimming, jogging, and gym workouts boost your cardio level. That helps you to level up your stamina level and endurance level. Make sure you do these exercises regularly at least 2-3 months before the hike.   

      

  • Well, yes. It is a challenging long trek, so you should do some hard training before the tour. If you are a novice trekker, the movement is seriously a must. The constitution demands you to walk across the Everest Region by climbing the high mountain pinpoints. Thus you will need an excellent enduring physique and stamina level that can undergo all the trek challenges.  

  • Everest Three Passes Trek is one of the most demanding treks in Nepal. This trek demands, on average, 6-8 hours of walking, high altitude gains, steep uphills, rough terrains, extreme weather conditions, and other adversities. Moreover, it is quite a long journey to traverse the entire (Everest) Khumbu Region. Thus, yes, Everest Three Passes Trek is a bit challenging trek.   

  • The trek's highest point that you will touch on this trek is Kala Patthar(5,643m). Alongside, Kongma La Pass, Cho La Pass, Gokyo Ri, Everest Base Camp, and Renjo La Pass are the other lofty points of the trek.  

Client Reviews

  • Exploring Nepal's Everest Three High Passes Trek With Mountain Rock Treks

    Our group had a fantastic time thanks to Deepak and Mountain Rock Treks staff, who went above and beyond. Everything was done professionally, and timely communication ensured that our group could concentrate on enjoying an exciting vacation. We never encountered a problem with the guides, porters, or personnel throughout our trekking. The booking procedure was simple, and Deepak was always accessible to answer inquiries and support us. I would especially like to thank our excellent guides and assistant guides. After this trip, I won't think twice about booking Mountain Rock Treks even though I've previously hiked in the Everest region and its surroundings with other organizations.

    In conclusion, everything about the process—from booking to arrival to our tour—was flawless. Deepak and the team deserve a lot of credit for that. Thank you again; we will return soon:

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    RitaSpainOctober 30, 2022
  • Why Mountain Rock Treks Everest Three High Pass Trek Is One of a Kind

    I hardly ever write reviews online, but in this case, I felt compelled to sign up for an account to discuss one of the most amazing experiences I've ever had. I just completed the Everest Three passes trek with a friend. Traveling to the Himalayas was a lifelong ambition of mine. I decided to travel with a guide since I couldn't do it alone. After doing a lot of research, I contacted Deepak at Mountain Rock Treks to learn more about their packages. He promptly responded to all of my inquiries and was very thorough and patient in his responses. That significantly boosted my confidence, so I hired his business to arrange my 18-day Everest Three Passes Tour. I am satisfied because their accommodation or food services never disappointed me throughout my trek. 

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    RautIndiaOctober 11, 2022
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