Mt. Lhotse Expedition (8516m)

Mt. Lhotse Expedition

Rising to a height of 8,516, Lhotse is the fourth highest mountain in the world – an isolated peak situated 3 km South of Mt. Everest, meaning ‘South face’ in Tibetan, a region of great natural scenery and cultural variety. Lohtse, located boarder between Nepal and China, has 3 summits which make up it massif: Lohtse (8516 m), Lohtse sher (8383m), and Lhtse East (8413m).

Lohtse was first ascent by Swiss Frinch Lunchsinger and Ernst Resis in 1956, lies in Khumbu Glacier, The South face is most impressive walls in Himalayas. Moderately difficult mountain because of high altitude however climbing is sustained and never too much complicated.

Considered as an independent mountain, Lohtse, the South face of it known as one of the largest mountain faces in the world. This beautiful massif also holds immense pleasure as it is slight developed and offers fascinating opportunities. Climbers can choose to join us Lohtse for a more challenging experience where you climb from South face.



  • Trip Facts

  • Trek Starts: Kathmandu
  • Trek Ends: Kathmandu
  • Length: 60 Days
  • Maximum Altitude: 8516m
  • Grade: Strenuous
  • Trekking Type: Expedition
  • Best season: April and May & October and November
  • Attractions: Mt. Lhotse is the fourth highest mountain in the world. Its south face is one of the largest mountain faces in the world.
Package Price: $14,000.00
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