Everest Three High Pass Trek

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Trip Overview
  • Duration: 20 Days
  • Trip Grade: Strenuous
  • Trip Start and End: Kathmandu
  • Trip Area: Khumbu, Everest
  • Trip Style: Adventure/ Active
  • Age Group: 16+
  • Trip Type: Private and Group
  • Trip Method: Fully Guided
  • Booking Type: Instant Booking
  • Max. Altitude: 5545m
  • Best Season: March-May/Sep-Nov
  • Foot Print:Carbon Neutralleaf

The Everest Three High Passes Trek is your golden ticket to Himalayan glory if you've ever dreamt of standing on top of the world surrounded by the majesty of Everest and its mighty companions.

Trip Highlights

  • Savor enthralling panoramic views of the Himalayan range from Kongma La, Cho La, and Renjo La Pass.
  • Explore the world's highest freshwater lake system at Gokyo Lakes.
  • Ascend Gokyo Ri for mesmerizing mountain views during sunrise.
  • Enjoy a breathtaking 35-minute flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, soaking in panoramic landscapes.
  • Immerse yourself in Sherpa tradition and culture, experiencing its unique vibrancy firsthand.
  • Trek through Sagarmatha National Park, home to exotic animals like Musk deer, Himalayan giant Thar, and Snow Leopard.
  • Stand at the foot of Mt. Everest, the world's highest mountain, in awe of its majestic presence.
  • Capture the outstanding sunrise view over Mt. Everest from Kalapatthar.
  • Take in breathtaking views of Tawache, Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Cho Oyu, and Thamserku.

Imagine tackling not one, not two, but three high-altitude passes – Renjo La, Cho La, and Kongma La. Conquering these amazing vantage points of the Everest region gives you a snapshot of an adventure that goes beyond the ordinary. This is not just a trek but a journey into the heart of the Himalayas where every step ignites your spirit of adventure.

The Everest Three High Passes Trek is a challenge that'll push your boundaries, both physically and mentally, and leave you with a sense of accomplishment. Nonetheless, the spectacular views of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and other peaks accompany the trail. This and the delicious meals of cozy teahouses will keep you energized throughout the trek.

Moreover, this isn't just about the mountains but also about the people. As you set off on the grand expedition, you will find yourself immersed in Sherpa culture, savoring local delicacies, and creating memories with the warmest people you'll ever meet.

Because of the high passes, extensive trekking, and altitude, this trek is more challenging than other classic treks in the Khumbu region. However, with determination, preparation, and an adventure-hungry spirit, you will receive the best that the region has to offer.

Everest Three High Passes Trek Highlights

  • Savor enthralling panoramic views of the Himalayan range from Kongma La, Cho La, and Renjo La Pass.
  • Explore the world's highest freshwater lake system at Gokyo Lakes.
  • Ascend Gokyo Ri for mesmerizing mountain views during sunrise.
  • Enjoy a breathtaking 35-minute flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, soaking in panoramic landscapes.
  • Immerse yourself in Sherpa tradition and culture, experiencing its unique vibrancy firsthand.
  • Trek through Sagarmatha National Park, home to exotic animals like Musk deer, Himalayan giant Thar, and Snow Leopard.
  • Stand at the foot of Mt. Everest, the world's highest mountain, in awe of its majestic presence.
  • Capture the outstanding sunrise view over Mt. Everest from Kalapatthar.
  • Take in breathtaking views of Tawache, Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Cho Oyu, and Thamserku.

Everest Three High Pass Trek Itinerary

  • Day 1:Arrival in KathmanduAltitude: 1345 m
  • Day 2:Flight to Lukla and Trek to PhakdingAltitude: 2610 m
  • Day 3:Trek to Namche BazaarAltitude: 3440 m
  • Day 4:Acclimatization at Namche BazaarAltitude: 3440 m
  • Day 5:Namche to TengbocheAltitude: 3860 m
  • Day 6:Tengboche to DingbocheAltitude: 4410 m
  • Day 7:Acclimatization at DingbocheAltitude: 4410 m
  • Day 8:Trek from Dingboche to ChhukungAltitude: 4730 m
  • Day 9:Chhukung to Kongma-La and LobucheAltitude: 4910 m
  • Day 10:Lobuche to Gorak Shep and Everest Base Camp, Return to Gorak ShepAltitude: 5140 m
  • Day 11:Gorak Shep to Kala Patthar, Back to Gorak Shep, Onwards to DzonglaAltitude: 4830 m
  • Day 12:Dzongla to Cho La Pass and DragnagAltitude: 4770 m
  • Day 13:Dragnag to Gokyo Village and Gokyo LakesAltitude: 4790 m
  • Day 14:Acclimatization at Gokyo VillageAltitude: 4790 m
  • Day 15:Gokyo to Renjo La Pass and LumdeAltitude: 4368 m
  • Day 16:Lumde to ThameAltitude: 3800 m
  • Day 17:Thame to Namche BazaarAltitude: 3440 m
  • Day 18:Namche to LuklaAltitude: 2860 m
  • Day 19:Lukla to KathmanduAltitude: 1345 m
  • Day 20:Departure

Day 1:Arrival in Kathmandu

  • Max Altitude1345 m
  • Accommodation3-Star Hotel

A Sublime Trails representative will receive you from the Tribhuvan International Airport and shuttle you to your hotel. After freshening up, lunch, and relaxing, you will be briefed about the entire trip by our team. Feel free to use this day to relax and wander around the streets of Kathmandu or go shopping and stock up for the upcoming trek.

Day 2:Flight to Lukla and Trek to Phakding

  • Max Altitude2610 m
  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBLD

The scenic 35-minute flight to the high-altitude strip of Lukla (Tenzing-Hillary) Airport is a memory to behold. After the team meets and hands over luggage to porters, the trek commences to Phakding.

You will descend towards the gushing Dudh Kosh River for the trek that lasts 4 hours. The rest of the evening helps you adapt to the altitude, make new friends, and savor the delicacies of the tea house.

Day 3:Trek to Namche Bazaar

  • Max Altitude3440 m
  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBLD

Your first morning of the trek introduces you to the dreamy land of the Khumbu region. Today’s trek starts from Phakding after breakfast. You will tread along beautiful trails and aim to reach Monjo by lunch.

After 7 hours of trekking along slightly steep terrain, you will reach Namche, the gateway to the Himalayas. Namche is a bustling town known for its yak cheese and butter, Tibetan artifacts, yaks, porters carrying goods to Kumbu villages, and unique terrain. You can also relish views of mountains like Kusum-Kanguru, Thamserku, Lhotse, Nuptse, etc.

Day 4:Acclimatization at Namche Bazaar

  • Max Altitude3440 m
  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBLD

Acclimatization is crucial for trekkers and climbers aiming to ascend beyond 3000m. As part of this process, you will spend an additional night in Namche.

However, this doesn't mean getting confined to your room. You can choose to explore various destinations for sunrise and sunset views or immerse yourself in local culture. There are numerous landmarks to visit such as the Everest View Hotel, Sagarmatha National Park headquarters, and the Tenzing Hillary School.

Day 5:Namche to Tengboche

  • Max Altitude3860 m
  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBLD

After two days at Namche, you will head towards the Tengboche village, a quaint settlement that houses the Tengboche monastery. You can explore the monastery while learning about its rich culture and history.

The trail is undulating for the few first hours of the trek. You will then trek uphill for about four hours, having crossed a suspension bridge over the Dudh Koshi River. Wonderful views of Tawache, Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and Thamserku keep the trek exciting. You will have dinner and spend the night in Tengboche.

Day 6:Tengboche to Dingboche

  • Max Altitude4410 m
  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBLD

The journey to Dingboche begins early. You will also leave the forests and descend towards rocky landscapes with small villages. Climbing a gentle slope will open mountain views of Lhotse, Nuptse, and more. After crossing through Pangboche, you will have all the time to rest and rejuvenate as you end the day’s trek in Dingboche.

Day 7:Acclimatization at Dingboche

  • Max Altitude4410 m
  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBLD

By the time you reach Dingboche, you will have gained plenty of altitude, and continuing the trek normally can prove hazardous. So, you will spend another day at Dingboche for acclimatization.

On this day, you can hike to Chukung Ri, Ama Dablam Base Camp, or stroll around the village. On these side quests, you can see the peaks of Taweche, Cholatste, Lobuche, Lhotse, and Nuptse.

Day 8:Trek from Dingboche to Chhukung

  • Max Altitude4730 m
  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBLD

Today, we will proceed slowly because we have a strenuous trek the next day. On your path, you will see seasonal huts made for keeping livestock with outstanding views of the mountains on the backdrop. After three hours of trekking on a gentle uphill from Dingboche to Chukung, you will crash at a tea house and relax for the rest of the day.

Day 9:Chhukung to Kongma-La and Lobuche

  • Max Altitude4910 m
  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBLD

Today, you will cross the Kongma-La Pass, the first of three high passes in this region. Kongma-La Pass is a highlight in itself and also a popular vantage point in the Everest region. You will first move towards the High Camp, from where you will ascend to Kongma-La Pass. You will eventually reach Thukla for lunch.

You will also get to walk alongside the mighty Khumbu Glacier. After about an hour of steep ascent, you will reach the memorial built in remembrance of mountaineers who fell trying to conquer Everest. Mt. Pumori, Lingtren, Khumbuste, and other peaks embellish this part of the trail as you tread your way to Lobuche.

Day 10:Lobuche to Gorak Shep and Everest Base Camp, Return to Gorak Shep

  • Max Altitude5140 m
  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBLD

Lobuche is a short distance from Gorak Shep and Everest Base Camp. You will first reach Gorak Shep and check in to a hotel after three hours of trekking along a gentle slope. However, the altitude requires you to be careful and go slow.

From Gorak Shep, you will ascend a slightly elevated uphill and then descend for a while to finally reach Everest Base camp. After a much-anticipated photo session and long-lasting bouts of surreal amazement, you will return to Gorak Shep to stay the night.

Day 11:Gorak Shep to Kala Patthar, Back to Gorak Shep, Onwards to Dzongla

  • Max Altitude4830 m
  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBLD

Trekking in the Everest region is incomplete without reaching Kala Patthar, the most elaborate viewpoint to see the actual beauty of Mount Everest. Starting early from Gorakshep, you will ascend for about three hours to reach Kala Patthar, just in time to witness the glorious sunrise.

Kala Patthar is the highest place you will get to during this trek. This is also the limit of how high you can go with general trekking equipment (and no climbing permits). Apart from the closest view of Mt. Everest, you will also witness Mt. Nuptse, Pumori, Chagatse, Lhotse, and more from close.

As you move towards Dzongla, you will leave Pumori, Lingtren, Khumbutse, and Nuptse behind you. Along the way, you will see Chola Tsho, a lake on the foot of Cholatse. We will spend the night at a cozy teahouse in Dzongla.

Day 12:Dzongla to Cho La Pass and Dragnag

  • Max Altitude4770 m
  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBLD

After waking up in Dzongla, you will walk towards Cho La Pass, one of the three high passes of the Everest region. Today’s trek will be adventurous and exciting and will take you through a series of emotions. You will start your trek on relatively flat terrain. After walking for a short while, you will cross a stream as the trail becomes steeper.

You will climb a steep uphill filled with boulders. You can’t see the Cho-La Pass from here yet. You will continue your trek and reach Cho La after walking on a steep moraine with glaciers to behold. After reaching Cho La, you will have to descend a long and difficult path to finally reach Dragnag.

Day 13:Dragnag to Gokyo Village and Gokyo Lakes

  • Max Altitude4790 m
  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBLD

Today’s trek is short and easy, almost balancing the strenuous and long trek we had yesterday. You will hike towards the north to get to Gokyo. You will walk alongside the Ngozumpa Glacier and descend towards it.

You will cross the glacier and reach Gokyo village. You can spend the rest of your day exploring the village, interacting with the people, or visiting the lakes.

Day 14:Acclimatization at Gokyo Village

  • Max Altitude4790 m
  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBLD

You will have acclimatization rest on the 14th day of your trekking. On this day, you will hike to Gokyo-Ri to behold the view of sunrise. The panorama of the Himalayas and the view of glaciers and lakes look spectacular from here.

After enjoying the view, you will descend to Gokyo village. You can spend the rest of your day exploring the Gokyo lakes if you haven’t already. You will stay overnight at a teahouse in Gokyo village.

Day 15:Gokyo to Renjo La Pass and Lumde

  • Max Altitude4368 m
  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBLD

Leaving Gokyo, you will head towards Renjo La Pass, the last of three high passes in the Everest Region. After you leave the lakes behind, you will climb a steep trail to reach a flat surface and follow a gentle uphill ascent again.

You can look at a distance and spot prayer flags that mark the Renjo La Pass. When you almost reach the pass, you will again face a steep uphill climb. After reaching the pass, you will descend towards Lungden and spend your night there.

Day 16:Lumde to Thame

  • Max Altitude3800 m
  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBLD

Today you will trek towards Thame, a Sherpa village that houses the Thame monastery. This village lies at the foot of Kongde Peak. Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, who with Edmund Hillary first climbed Mt. Everest spent his childhood here. You will get to Thame by ascending a narrow valley, crossing Marulung through the Bhote Koshi River, and descending the trail to Tarngga.

Day 17:Thame to Namche Bazaar

  • Max Altitude3440 m
  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBLD

You will return to Namche Bazaar today, marking your third day in town. To get here, you will leave Thame and walk through Rhododendron and Pine forests. Along the way, you will pass through small villages with Sherpa settlements.

You will walk along the valley and get to Namche after a few hours of moderate hiking. Upon reaching Namche, you will rest and have dinner at a teahouse.

Day 18:Namche to Lukla

  • Max Altitude2860 m
  • AccommodationTea House
  • MealsBLD

Waking up at Namche, you will have your breakfast and walk towards Phakding till lunch. The trek to Lukla continues so we can make travel arrangements for the flight to Kathmandu.

While in Lukla, you can stroll around town, charge your batteries, call your friends, or impart wisdom to travelers ascending for their first trek in the Everest region.

Day 19:Lukla to Kathmandu

  • Max Altitude1345 m
  • Accommodation3-Star Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast

You will take the same 35-minute flight to Kathmandu after bidding farewell to the mountains. After reaching Kathmandu, you can give yourself a much-needed massage or spa treat.

If you’re still hungry for more side quests, the cultural city of Kathmandu is filled with numerous tourist attractions. Lastly, do not forget to attend the cultural dinner program hosted by Sublime Trails.

Day 20:Departure

  • MealsBreakfast

This is your last day in Nepal. Our representatives will drop you at the airport for your return flight home. It is time for hugs and goodbyes, till your next epic adventure in Nepal.

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Trip Map

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Cost Details

Included

 

  • 19 Breakfasts, 16 Lunches, 16 Dinners
  • 3-Star accommodation in Kathmandu for 3 nights
  • Tea house accommodation along the way
  • All land transportation with pickups and drops
  • Domestic Flight to Lukla and back
  • One guide and assistant guide for more than 6 people
  • One porter for two people (A porter can carry up to 30 kg)
  • Sagarmatha National Park Entrance Fee, TIMS Card
  • Down jacket, Sleeping bag, and other amenities which should be returned to the company after the trip
  • Necessary paperwork with the Government of Nepal and the Tax Department
  • All necessary insurance for guides and porters
  • First Aid service in case of minor injuries
  • Salary, food, and accommodation for guides and porters

Excluded

  • Any meals other than breakfast (for Kathmandu)
  • Rescue & travel insurance, trip cancellation costs, accident or health emergency, evacuation, loss, theft, or damage to baggage and personal effects (We strongly advise you to take out personal travel insurance.)
  • Additional night accommodation in Kathmandu
  • Personal expenses (phone calls, internet, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, cold drinks, bottled or boiled water, hot shower, etc.)
  • All alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including mineral water
  • Nepal entry visa fee
  • Tipping for the Sublime Trails crew

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FAQs

  • Out of three high mountain passes, Kongma La pass is the first you will trek up to. It is considered to be the hardest one but doesn’t let this intimidate you. Then you will get to Everest Base Camp and head towards Cho La pass by walking towards the village Dzongla. The trail to Cho-La pass is quite slippery and it is suggested to use crampons. After getting to Gokyo lakes, you will trek towards Renjo- La Pass which provides you with the heavenly view of  Gokyo lake systems, and mountain peaks. Trekking in these high passes is filled with adventure and getting to the top you can get views of mountains like Lhotse, Lhotse Shar, Makalu, Baruntse, Ama Dablam, etc.

  • Everest Region is inhabited by Sherpas, isolated from the rest of the world and the greatest allies of the mountains. Without these amazing people, their service and assistance, no outsider would be able to sustain in this extreme environment. Trekkers will also have plenty of chances to interact with the locals and visiting religious sites to know about the culture and tradition of the people known as Sherpas. Visiting the Tengboche monastery, more about their culture and Tibetan Buddhism can be learned while enjoying its amazing architecture.

  • Everest Region is inhabited by Sherpas, isolated from the rest of the world and the greatest allies of the mountains. Without these amazing people, their service and assistance, no outsider would be able to sustain in this extreme environment. Trekkers will also have plenty of chances to interact with the locals and visiting religious sites to know about the culture and tradition of the people known as Sherpas. Visiting the Tengboche monastery, more about their culture and Tibetan Buddhism can be learned while enjoying its amazing architecture.

  • Everest High Pass trek takes you to all major places inside the Everest region. This includes Everest Base Camp, Kalapatthar, Gokyo Lakes and three high passes. If you want to make your trek shorter, you can choose to trek to Everest Base Camp only crossing Cho La pass. You can also avoid all high passes and take a regular route.

  • Everest High Pass Trek starts with a flight to Lukla and proceeds up to Dingboche similar to regular Everest Base Camp Trek. It first takes you over the Kongma La Pass and move towards the Everest Base Camp then over the Cho La Pass to Gokyo Lakes and finally to the Renjo La Pass. Then, you head towards Chukung and cross Kongma La pass. After that, you will reach Lobuche and again join the regular Everest Base Camp trekking route and reach the base camp before climbing up to Kalapatthar the following day. After heading towards Dzongla and crossing Cho La Pass, you will trek towards Gokyo village via Dragnag. After spending a day acclimatizing at Gokyo village, you will trek to Lumde via Renjo La Pass. The trail then takes you to Thame before finally reaching Namche Bazaar and returning to Lukla. From Lukla, a domestic flight takes you back to Kathmandu.

  • As with most treks in the Himalayas, Autumn and Spring are the best times for taking on the Everest Base Camp High Passes Trek. Low precipitation, comfortable temperatures, and less dramatic weather make these seasons more favorable for this trek. Days are warmer, while nights and mornings are a bit colder in lower altitude places. It can get a bit extreme but still bearable in higher places.

    But if you want to trek in summer and winter, you should consult with us about the weather conditions and how the weather is expected to be during that particular time. Additional preparation against rainfall, snowfall, extreme cold, slippery roads, etc. should be made in order to trek in off-seasons.

  • During the trekking days, a full board meal is provided and accommodation will be a basic teahouse. Foods like pasta, noodles, soup, potatoes, vegetables, dal bhat, fried rice, eggs, cheese, etc. will be on the menu. They only have heaters in dining halls, not in individual rooms. Due to the lack of easy transportation service in this area, you may not have access to luxury products. However, in Kathmandu, you will stay at a 3-star hotel providing breakfast. For lunch and dinner, you can try different restaurants and cafes according to your choice. They serve a variety of food of different cuisines.

  • Everest High Pass Trek is a Strenuous Plus trek and takes up to 20 days to complete. The three high passes challenge you physically and mentally. This also trek includes walking alongside the glacier on a steep moraine, climbing a steep uphill filled with boulders, etc., so it is recommended to be in physical condition. That being said, the views during this trek are incomparable to anywhere else in the world, filling adventurers with feelings of a great accomplishment. The temperature and climatic conditions of this trek are similar to regular Everest Base Camp trek but you will be required to spend several extra days on high altitude villages. Within 14 days of trekking for an average of 6-7 hours a day and 3 acclimatization rest days, one can become physically and mentally draining. There is also a risk of altitude sickness, so you proceed each day carefully looking for any signs. Keeping yourself hydrated, trekking steadily and resting when required will lower the risk drastically. Some cardio, strength building endurance developing exercises prior to the trek should be helpful.

  • Besides Everest Base Camp and Kala Patthar, three high mountain pass and beautiful grand five lakes of Gokyo are dozens of quaint villages abundant in Sherpa culture. Also, Gokyo village itself lies at the foot of Gokyo Ri which is another jaw-dropping viewpoint. Climbing its peak in the early morning gives you an opportunity to view Gokyo lakes and beautiful golden sunrise over the mountains like Everest, Cho Oyu, Nuptse, etc. Trekking to three high passes, Kongma La (5528 m), Cho La (5420 m) and Renjo La (5360 m), lets you experience the thrill of high alpine trekking at its finest.

  • Three Passes Trek, also known as Everest Three High Passes Trek, is the hike over Cho La Pass at 5,420 metres, Renjo La Pass at 5,360 metres, and Kongma La Pass at 5,540 metres in the Mahalangur range, commonly known as the Everest region.

    These three high passes are remains of eroded glacial moraines and small peaks. They are also called the gap between the mountains.

    Hiking these passes also lets you explore the entire Everest region, hence, known as the Everest Circuit trek.

  • You can complete three passes in 20 days if you can hike according to the itinerary. If you get tired and need multiple days of rest and acclimatisation, the Three Passes trek may take 25-26 days to complete.

    Some trekkers also get altitude sickness over 4,500 metres while ascending. Thus, it becomes hard for them to hike without acclimatisation.

    We'll have a day or two as a buffer day in such situations.

  • Everest Three High Passes are above 5,300 metres to 5,600 metres. On top, the longer hiking hours, for two weeks, become tiring for first-time trekkers. But, for experienced high-altitude trekkers, this trek is ideal.

    We have designed three high passes trek with a focus on adequate acclimatisation and rest. On top, our trek guides and porters will assist you throughout this trek.

  • Everest Three Passes trek costs USD 1800 per individual. However, the rate decreases if you come in groups.

    Also, there are various packages like Silver Price, Gold Price, and Bronze Price, based on the quality of service you prefer.

    In contrast, Sublime Trails offers affordable rates for valued clients for every trekking we operate in Nepal.

  • Everest Three High Passes is 180 km long when you start and end this trek at Lukla. The challenging three passes trek route takes 78 hours to complete.

    The tiring three-week-long three high passes trek is rewarding with striking glimpses of mountains and alpine landscape in every blink of an eye. In this trek, you'll see the various faces of Everest, Ama Dablam, Chhukung Ri, Gokyo, Gokyo Lakes, high passes in Mahalangur range, and Kala Patthar.

  • Everest Three Pass Trek is best in Autumn and Spring. However, some experienced alpinists also prefer three passes trekking in Winter for more thrill.

    Spring and Autumn are best because of rain-free days, clear weather, and stable temperature. Also, the trails won't be slippery due to snow or rain in Spring and Autumn. These conditions are ideal for day hikes and pellucid sightseeing.

  • Sublime Trails has fixed departures for three passes trek in Autumn 2022. We have been getting many inquiries about this trek. And also, the seats are filling fast. We encourage you to book your Three Tasses Trek with us at the most exciting price. We also offer discounts to trekkers who book Everest Three High Passes Trek in a group. 


    To learn more about the availability of the Three Passes Trek for Autumn 2022, get in touch with our representative. Contact our tour manager Mr. Ram Khadka at +977 9851183278 (24/7 available on whatsapp) or email at info@sublimetrails.com . We are always here to guide you with the best tour service.

Everest Three High Pass Trek Reviews

5.0based on 16 reviews
  • C
    Caroline LeeJuly 23, 2023
    TripAdvisor

    Best Guides I Could Ever Ask For

    Guide Ajit is well-versed and knows the precise details of what it takes to do a successful trek in the mountains of Nepal. Only an experienced guide will tell you to take the safer wall side of a narrow trail when mules are carrying heavy loads through the same path. He collaborated with Ram to ensure a smooth trip for all of us. I'm also thankful that I was grouped with some of the most amazing people (fellow trekkers) on the trek.

    Although the teahouses on the trail are basic, Sublime Trails did their best to make us comfortable throughout. I certainly rate them an A+ to do a trek in the Everest region and the mountains of Nepal.

  • Louisana
    LouisanaSeptember 23, 2022
    TripAdvisor

    16 days trip to Everest Base Camp

    Mr Ram from Sublime Trails was very communicative and friendly from the start to the end of this adventure; we went to Everest Base Camp. We arrived in early September this year in Nepal. Mr Ram was at the airport to welcome us and also dropped us at the hotel.

    The flight to Lukla and hike to Namche Bazaar and Hotel Everest View was a fantastic hiking experience. My trek guide, Mr Shiva, was a very cheerful person. He was constantly asking us about how we were doing throughout the hike. He also did a fantastic job setting the base camp tent. Other trek crews and our chef for the base camp were also very wonderful and supportive.

    The feeling of sleeping close to Everest is indescribable. It was cold, but sleeping bags were good enough to warm us. Everything was excellent, and Sublime Trails well managed the logistics.

    I recommend anyone joining this trip to at least communicate with Sublime Trails and Mr Ram to check the availability of this trip. These guys are the absolute best for tour in Nepal

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