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Lobuche Peak

 Peak Climbing, Nepal
 18 Days
  5.0/5 (1 Review)
 07th Jun - 06th Jun
$900 / Person

Trip Facts

FIX Departure -------- 15 March 02 - 18 April 15 September 17 October

Price USD 2600


18 Days

Peak Type

Normal Peak

Starts In

Kathmandu (1337m)

Ends In

Kathmandu (1337m)

Maximum Altitude

6,119 m



Trek Type

Hotels/lodges & camping

Best Season

March to May; September to November


Sightseeing and trekking/climbing

Group Size

12 pax Maximum


Flights, private car or tourist bus


Hotel, Camping

Lobuche Peak

A physically demanding trek up to climbing Lobuje East Peak, one of Nepal’s highest trekking peaks, with dazzling summit views of Everest, Cho Oyo, Nuptse, and Lhotse. Situated in the Everest region and standing at a height of 6,119 m, Lobuje East is one of two distinct summits that form Mt Lobuje. A long, continuous ridge joins Lobuje East to Lobuje West [6,145 m] and though essentially connected, a sharp gap and a considerable distance lie between the two summits. While Lobuje East is considered a trekking peak, an expedition permit is required to summit Lobuje West, classified as an Expedition Peak.

Lobuche can be clearly seen from Pheriche, en-route to Everest, the rocky East face of Lobuje rises over the moraine of the Khumbu Glacier forming an icy skyline – the South Ridge, the junction of the East Face with the glaciated route of ascent. This, in turn, leads to the summit ridge running north-west from the top of the East Face through several small summits to the East Peak.

The first recorded ascent of the true Lobuje East was made by Laurence Nielson and Sherpa Ang Gyaljen on 25 April 1984. Due to the technical experience required to climb the steep snow/ice slopes that lead to the true East Peak, most ‘trekking’ ascents are to the summit ridge only, as far as the subsidiary snow-summit. This is a demanding, high-altitude trek that will appeal to experienced trekkers and a keen hill- walkers. You will need to be in good physical shape to realistically be able to summit the peak. No prior mountaineering experience is required. An introduction to equipment as well as training in crevasse rescue, basic ice-climbing skills, rope-work, and mountaineering safety will be given prior to the ascent.



Day 01      Arrive Kathmandu (1337m)
Day 02      Rest/preparation
Day 03      Fly Lukla (2800m); trek Phakding (2610m)
Day 04      Trek Namche Bazaar (3420m)
Day 05      Rest/acclimatization
Day 06      Trek Tengboche (3870m)
Day 07      Trek Dingboche (4360m)
Day 08      Rest/acclimatization
Day 09      Trek Lobuche (4930m)
Day 10      Trek Gorak Shep (5160m); visit Everest Base Camp (5364m)
Day 11      Trek Kala Patthar (5545m); trek back Lobuche
Day 12      Trek Lobuche High Camp (5400m)
Day 13      Summit Lobuche Peak (6119m); trek back High Camp
Day 14      Trek Pangboche (3860m)
Day 15      Trek Namche Bazaar
Day 16      Trek Lukla
Day 17      Fly Kathmandu
Day 18      Depart Kathmandu


Note: Please note that the Weather conditions in the Himalayas can be a big obstruction, even during the best trekking seasons. Bad weather or unsuitable weather conditions will directly affect the flight schedule, resulting in flight delays for a few hours to even a few following days. It is really challenging to travel to Lukla by 3 hours of driving, waking up at 2 am to drive to Ramechap Airport, then taking a 15-minute flight. To be safe, we therefore suggest that you extend your itinerary by a few days or opt for a helicopter rather than a fixed-wing flight to reach Lukla. If a flight is canceled, we'll do our best to reschedule it for the next day the following day (Subject to availability).



  • Airport Pick-up and Drop-off service in a private tourist vehicle.
  • 4 night’s accommodation in Kathmandu in a 4-star hotel including breakfast on twin sharing basis.
  • Domestic airfares Kathmandu/Lukla/Kathmandu.
  • Accommodation during the trek in Teahouse/Lodges.
  • All Meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during the trek.
  • Tents, camping gear and food at base camp during the summit period.
  • Services of an experienced English-speaking climbing guide during the summit at the ratio of 2 members to 1 guide.
  • Assistant Guides as required (their salary, insurance, equipment, domestic airfare, food, and accommodation).
  • Porters (One porter for every 2 members) and their entire expenses (salary, food, accommodation equipment, and insurance).
  • Sagarmatha National Park entrance fee.
  • Khumbu permit.
  • Lobuche Peak Permit.
  • The cost of Insurance for climbing sherpa, trekking guide and porters.
  • First Aid Kit (Carried by trek guide)
  • Applicable local and government taxes.
  • Welcome dinner in Kathmandu.



  • International airfare to and from Kathmandu- Nepal.
  • Cost of Nepalese visa fee.
  • Any meals in Kathmandu except for welcome dinner.
  • Personal expenses such as telephone, laundry, bottled water, bar bills, etc.
  • Personal trekking gear (Available on hire).
  • Personal tips for guide and local staffs.
  • Any extra cost arising out of natural calamities or cancellation of the program.
  • All other items are not mentioned in the list of 'Price Includes'.
  • Travel insurance that covers helicopter evacuation, medical expenses and trip cancellation. (We recommend that you get this done at your hometown and submit us a copy of the same upon arrival - so that we are prepared should this be necessary).
  • Any other expenses or charges that are not mentioned in the “cost includes” list.



  • default Lobuche Peak-20,070 ft -Acclimatization for 8000m

    Gavin P

    13th Nov, 2019

    "Just returned from a climbing trip to Lobuche Peak (6119m). All of the group successfully summited thanks to our fantastic guides Nga Temba and Sonam. Expedition Himalaya provided a fantastic service in all aspects of our trip. Special thanks to Nabin Trital, MD of Expedition Himalaya, I would highly recommend this company."

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