About High Passes Trekking in Nepal

The Three High Passes Trekking is the adventure of a lifetime, trekking through the Everest region over three of the world's highest passes. The Everest high passes trek offers unparalleled mountain scenery with an opportunity to explore the Khumbu region and the Everest Himalayan range. Three passes trekking offers not only views of eight thousand meter peaks, but also offers views of many Lesser Peaks including the region’s most beautiful Ama Dablam, Pumori, Cholatse, Khumbutse, Khangtega, Nuptse and Lhotse. The Three Passes Trek is well worth the amazing views and unforgettable experience of crossing three high passes. This itinerary is developed for trekkers who are looking for an adventurous & challenging mountain excursion.

On the Three High Passes Trek you will observe the beautiful culture of the Sherpa people. The trail passes through traditional villages where Buddhist monasteries, prayer wheels and monuments abound. The trail passes through Sagarmatha National Park which is inhabited by a variety of wildlife including musk deer, blue sheep, Himalayan tahr, barking deer, blood pheasant, Tibetan snow-cock, crimson-horned pheasant, and domesticated yaks. A major attraction of Three High Passes trek is Everest Base Camp at an elevation of 5340m. Other worthwhile attractions are Kalapathar 5545m near Gorak Shep Gokyo Ri 5350m near Gokyo for the most spectacular views of Everest.

The following is a sample of a typical Three Pass Trek itinerary; however Green Valley Nepal Treks is flexible & will make changes to suit your needs. Feel free to contact us with any queries or for further information.

The following Everest Three High Passes Trekking program is prepared in the fact basis however we request you to be flexible with the situation to enjoy yourself. Feel free to contact us for Tailor Made Itinerary always Green valley Nepal Treks will be here for.

High Passes Trekking are follow the under:

Place to See

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