Challenging Pass In Everest Region The Three Passes Trek(Cho La Pass(5420m), Renjo La Pass(5465m), And Kongma La Pas(5535m).
The 18 Nights 19 Days Everest Three Passes Trek is an exhilarating and challenging adventure that takes trekkers through the breathtaking landscapes of the Everest Region in Nepal. The Three Pass Trek is renowned for its stunning mountain vistas, remote trails, and the opportunity to conquer three high mountain passes - Cho La Pass(5420m), Renjo La Pass(5465m), And Kongma La Pas(5535m). Trekking in the Everest Three Passes Route offers a remarkable journey for avid hikers and nature enthusiasts seeking an extraordinary Himalayan experience.
The Everest 3 Passes Trek commences with an adrenal rushing flight to Lukla airport, one of the most dangerous flights in the world. From here, trekkers embark on a mesmerizing journey that leads you through diverse terrain, including lush forests, picturesque valleys, glacial moraines, and high-altitude passes that revolve on and off the classic Everest Base Camp Trail and the border line of the Khumbu region. Along with the challenging Three Passes, the key highlights of the trek include encounters with the unique flora and fauna, exploration of Sherpa villages and monasteries, the pristine Glacier lakes of the Gokyo, and the majestic views of the towering peaks.
The first Pass is Renjo La, standing at 5360 meters (17,585 feet), which takes you through the less traveled path through the traditional Sherpa village of Thame, known for its rich cultural heritage and mountaineering history including Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Apa Sherpa. The trail makes it from the borderline of the Khumbu Region, offering awe-inspiring views of Mount Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and other towering peaks and into the Gokyo Valley.
The second Pass is Cho La, situated at 5420 meters (17,782 feet). Through the moraine of Ngozumpa Glacier, the top of the pass offers panoramas of Everest, Ngozumpa Glacier, and the majestic Gokyo Valley that rejoins the classic Everest Base Camp trail.
With the iconic journey towards the Everest Base Camp and Kalapathar, the trail then heads towards the final and most challenging Pass, Kongma La, standing at an elevation of 5420 meters (17,783 feet), offering the majestic view of the Nuptse range Lhotse, Makalu, and Ama Dablam before descending to the picturesque Chukhung Valley.
The trail then ends as you walk back to Lukla along the Everest Base Camp Trek while you experience the solitude culture of the Sherpa and Buddhists gazing your way to spot the unique flour and fauna.
Epic Everest Three High Passes Trek is difficult and requires a good level of physical fitness. So if you can challenge yourself, embark on the extraordinary journey to explore the stunning landscapes and rich cultural heritage of the Everest Region. The Three Passes Trek combines the thrill of conquering high mountain passes with the awe-inspiring beauty of the Himalayas' remote valleys and glacial lakes to towering peaks and Sherpa villages creating unforgettable lifelong memories.