Everest High Pass Trek 22 Days Itinerary and Cost for 2023
Everest high pass trek involves a famous trek to the Everest region and at the central part of the Nepal Himalayas. The complete trail gives you countless awe-inspiring views of various worldwide highest and beautiful mountain peaks. The best thing about the trek is that almost every ambitious trekker may go with this trek without any requirement of technical skills related to climbing mountain peaks.
By stepping ahead towards the Mount Everest, we will cross the Kala Pattar, Everest Base Camp and Kongma La pass. Once we observe the classic routes to climb peaks to the summit of Mount Everest, we will go with spectacular mountain traverse on Chola pass to Gokyo Lakes and alpine pastures. Starting from Gokyo Ri, we move ahead further to get outstanding views of the Mount Everest before moving ahead over the upper part of Bhote Kosi and later on go to Renjo La pass.
During the complete trek, we will have a pool of opportunity to experience a large number of non-technical routes on various mountain peaks, which act as the best options for experienced and fit mountain trekkers before we return to Kathmandu. Visit to the Tibetan Buddhist monasteries, Sherpa people and trail in teahouses, along with chang sipping with friends are special attractions associated with the complete Everest high pass trek.
Everest High Pass Trek in autumn season (Sept – Nov)
Everest High Pass Trek during the autumn season is an awe-inspiring journey through the heart of the Himalayas. As the hard mountain air signs the end of the monsoon rains, the landscape comes alive with vibrant hues of greenery and blooming rhododendrons. The weather during this period is remarkably stable, with clear skies offering unobstructed views of the towering peaks, including the majestic Everest. The trails are treated to panoramic vistas of snow-capped summits, pristine glacial lakes, picturesque valleys, fluttering prayer flags, and wind through quaint Sherpa villages which provides an immersive cultural experience. Because of the comfortable temperatures and the absence of biting cold, the autumn season stands out as an ideal time to undertake the Everest High Pass Trek promising an unforgettable blend of natural beauty and cultural richness.
Everest High Pass Trek in winter season (Dec- Feb)
Trekking to the Everest High Pass Trek during the winter season transforms the Himalayan landscape into a pristine, huge snow-covered wonderland. While the temperatures can be challenging but the trek offers a unique and serene experience. The trails are usually less crowded which allows trekkers for a more intimate connection with the breathtaking surroundings. The snow-covered peaks including the iconic Everest, create a mesmerizing contrast against the clear, blue skies. The winter trek demands proper gear and preparation, but the reward lies in the unparalleled beauty of the Everest region draped in its winter splendor. For those seeking a tranquil and enchanting Himalayan experience, the Everest High Pass Trek in winter promises a captivating journey through a magical, snow covered land.
Everest High Pass Trek in spring season (March- May)
Everest High Pass Trek during the spring season shows the Himalayas in their most glorious and vibrant form. As winter ends, the landscape undergoes a remarkable transformation, bursting into a mixture of colors. Likewise, rhododendrons bloom in various colors, covering the trails with brilliant shades and filling the air with their sweet fragrance. The weather is mild and stable with clear skies providing unparalleled views of the towering peaks, including the majestic Everest. Spring is also a time of festivities, with locals celebrating various religious and cultural events. This season summarizes the essence of renewal and developing, which makes the Everest High Pass Trek an extraordinary adventure for those seeking the perfect blend of natural beauty, cultural exploration, and a comfortable trekking environment.
Everest High Pass Trek in monsoon season (Jun - Aug)
Trekking the Everest High Pass during the monsoon season presents both challenges and unique experiences in the heart of the Himalayas. While this period is marked by the huge monsoon rains, which brings lush vegetation and blooming flowers. The trails are covered with many of wildflowers, offering stunning and verdant landscape. However, the monsoon brings unpredictable weather with frequent rain showers, making the trails slippery and sometimes challenging to navigate. Cloud cover may obscure the panoramic views of the Everest and neighboring peaks, adding an air of mystery to the trek. Despite the weather fluctuations, the monsoon season provides a quieter and more secluded trekking experience, with fewer fellow adventurers on the trails and a chance to witness the resilience of local flora and fauna.
Important Notes during Everest High Pass Trek
- While booking, we need the photocopy of your passport and you have to pay us a minimum of 10% payment of the total cost as advance.
- Beverages, snacks, charging electronic devices, hot showers, Wi-Fi are not included in our packages, so you have to pay additional cash.
- It is preferable to pack your bag lightly because porters will only carry your 15-20kg luggage.
- You should have comprehensive travel insurance that covers trekking activities including medical expenses and emergency evacuation.
- Carry a reusable water bottle and use water purification tablets like iodine, aquatabs tablets.
- Pack your clothes according to the seasonal basis.
- Everest High Pass Trek is a moderate trek which requires a certain level of physical fitness so, it is recommended to prepare with cardiovascular exercises, strength training, and hiking.
- You should carry enough cash in Nepalese rupees as ATMs may not be available in remote areas.
- We suggest you not to book your international flights early as there may be sudden change in weather which will make your flights delay or even cancel.