Lobuche east peak climbing (6,119 m.) peak climbing is one another most famous trip in Nepal, located in Everest region. The travelers can have summit to this particular peak from two different sides namely east and the west. The east side of Lobuche peak climbing packge makes 6,119 m height while Lobuche peak west side is 6,145 m. Lobuche peak climbing from both sides are frequently demanded by many tourists coming to Nepal, also those coming in contact of Thin Air Adventure. Lobuche peak climbing trip is usually combined with Everest base camp trekking and other destinations in the Everest region and thus it is one of the demanded peaks for climbing. Lobuche peak was first ascended by Laurence Nielson and Ang Gyalzen Sherpa in 1984.
Lobuche peak Expedition goes through the picturesque trails, offering the views of the dozens of lofty mountains located in the Everest region including the scenes of Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nupse, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Ama Dablam among others. Similarly, you will be amazed with local culture primarily of Sherpa ethnic groups, their rituals, the Buddhist shrines, monasteries and many more. Therefore, why Lobuche peak climbing has been one of the loved peaks for climbing.
Lubuche peak climbing trip begins with a short flight form Kathmandu to Lukla and the trail follows alongside the classic route to Everest base camp and finally reaching to the Everest base camp, the trail takes you to Gorak Shep, Kala Pathar and then finally you will make it to Lobuche peak region. You make an excursion around and make summit to the peak and some travelers also extend trip to other areas such as Gokyo valley and reach Chola pass and subsequently you’re your trail heads up to Lukla, subsequently fly back to Kathmandu.