Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche - 3 Days

  • Duration 3 Days
  • Destination Nepal
  • Trip Grade Strenuous
  • Starts at Lobuche
  • Ends at Thukla
  • Meals 1 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, and 1 Dinner
  • Accommodation Tented Camp
  • Max. Altitude 6119 Meters (Lobuche Peak)
  • Activity Peak Climbing
  • Group Size 1 to 10
  • Best Season Spring and Autumn
  • Stunning journey to the peak of the Lobuche Mountain at an altitude of 6119 meters above sea level.
  • A perfect peak climbing experience as a practice for even higher base camps, summits, and expeditions. Also, the best choice for an acclimatization climbing adventure.
  • Mesmerizing and lovely views of several mountains including, Mount Everest, Mt, Makalu, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Amadablam etc.
  • A good way to get an eagle-eye view of certain parts, landscapes, and valleys of the Khumbu region.
  • A trek that follows the same trail as the Everest Base Camp Trek but only to Lobuche. If you go for this trek, you are more than halfway ready for the EBC trek as well.
  • Check out the perfectly settled and tradition-influenced Sherpa settlements and their culture.
  • A beautiful and experience-worthy trek through several Gompas, monasteries, waterfalls, lush forests, valleys, suspension bridges, and prayer flags.
  • One of the shortest peak climbing trails in Nepal with such amazing vistas and vegetation.

Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche is becoming a popular activity among a lot of trekkers coming to Nepal. With the popularity of this peak, more and more peak climbers have started feeling that eight-thousanders are not just the only attractions of the Nepali Himalayas.

Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche is a journey in the Everest Base Camp Trek trail that starts from Lobuche and ends at Thukla. This is a perfect itinerary package if you are in for a short and reasonable yet adventurous peak climbing journey in the Khumbu region. This short peak climbing in the Khumbu region is just like getting a short snippet of the Everest Base Camp Trek.

Lobuche Peak is located at an altitude of 6119 meters which comes after you cross Dingboche. If you are looking for a side peak expedition during the Everest Base Camp, you need to try the Lobuche East Peak Climbing with EBC Trek. Nevertheless, even if you want to experience peak climbing but at a comparatively lower peak, Lobuche eagerly waits for you.

This itinerary takes the trekkers to the Eastern Peak of Lobuche, so the package is named as the Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche. This peak climbing in the eastern Lobuche is one of the most budget-friendly and reasonable peak expeditions that you can find almost in the entire travel industry of Nepal. Lobuche East Peak offers magical views of so many different mountains, especially the "head of the world," Mt. Everest (8850 meters). Besides, the snow-covered peak is also adequate for trekkers with much less experience.

If you want to know what Lobuche Peak is, just remember this peak climbing expedition is the best way to boost your stamina, and self-motivation, and help your body to adapt to the higher altitudes to prepare for other higher and physically straining trekking and summit climbing routes. If you go for the Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche journey, you can feel yourself adapting to the higher altitude and your next trek could be even higher peaks for sure.

Now, one of the most concerning questions amongst the trekkers trying to visit Lobuche is: What is the Cost of Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche?

We will provide the detailed cost of the Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche in the section below but for a rough estimation, the cost may range between USD 600 and USD 1000. Is spending this amount of money reasonable for what Lobuche Peak offers? Let's check out the other details related to Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche to know more.

Benefits of Booking Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche with us

Green Valley Nepal Treks has been operating tours and treks in Nepal for more than two decades. A lot of international as well as domestic tourists choose us for tourism activities in Nepal because of the services that we offer. Check out the benefits that you will get by booking the Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche with Green Valley Nepal Treks:

  • We offer the most reasonable and budget-friendly expedition package to the Lobuche East Peak.
  • Green Valley Nepal Treks provides the peak climbers with a T-shirt as a souvenir.
  • Our guides will properly assist you even during this short peak climbing journey.
  • Green Valley Nepal Treks offers a map to the trekkers to easily navigate the route.
  • We make sure that the trekkers experience the best and the most adventurous Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche Journey.

What You Can Expect during Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche?

Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche is an incredible expedition that offers stunning views of the Everest region and a challenging yet rewarding climb. Here's what you can expect:

  • You will continue your peak climbing journey from Lobuche, a picturesque village nestled in the heart of the Himalayas. You will traverse through breathtaking trails adorned with alpine forests, glacial rivers, and quaint Sherpa settlements, offering captivating views at every turn.
  • Green Valley Nepal Treks Team in Lobuche will provide logistical support to climb the Lobuche East Peak. We will also offer experienced guides, necessary permits, accommodation, meals, and equipment rental, ensuring a well-organized and safe climbing experience.
  • The Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche follows the classic Everest Base Camp route, so you will be sharing the trail with trekkers on their way to Everest Base Camp.
  • Lobuche East Peak is considered to be a less technical climb compared to other peaks in the Everest region. However, it's still a challenging climb that requires a good level of fitness and experience.
  • The climb typically involves 5-7 hours of trekking every day and 8-10 hours of climbing on the summit day.
  • The route to Lobuche East Peak involves some moderate climbing sections, usually with fixed ropes for safety. You will also encounter a steep snow wall before the summit ridge, which will require basic climbing skills.
  • Once you reach the summit of Lobuche East Peak, you will be rewarded with breathtaking panoramic views of the Everest region. You will see Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and Pumori towering above you.

Is Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche Suitable For You?

Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche is a difficult expedition route. Therefore, the ascend requires advance level of physical training and a strong mindset. To be more fair and honest, ascending to an altitude of 6119 meters is not an easy task to do.

Due to that reason, there are certain criteria for the eligibility of Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche in Nepal. Check out the list below to know whether this peak climbing journey is suitable for you or not:

  • If you are on your way to the Everest Base Camp Trek or returning from the EBC Trek, this is a perfect side peak climb adventure for you.
  • Are you looking forward to going for a peak ascend but not fully trained yet? In that case, we recommend you to go for the Lobuche Peak.
  • Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche is also a perfect activity for anyone practicing for higher altitude peaks.
  • This is one of the best trails to indulge in the amazing views of the snow-covered peaks, valleys, snow-covered paths, and rugged yet comparatively easy trails.
  • If you have any serious illnesses like heart disease, high blood pressure, or any other bone-related diseases? You are not suitable for the Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche Adventure.

Preparation for Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche

Being a peak climbing expedition, you cannot ascend the Lobuche East Peak without proper preparation. It's just a walk for three days but those three-day walks take you to an altitude of 6119 meters.

Without a doubt, the Lobuche East Peak offers such amazing views and experiences but all that only if you are well prepared, at least with the steps mentioned below:

  • We recommend starting with some basic mountaineering training a couple of months before participating in the Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche.
  • While training physically, make sure that you focus on the high volume but low-intensity training.
  • Do some research about the Lobuche East Peak and check out some video resources if accessible.
  • Make sure to have a strong mindset because you are about to ascend to 6119 meters.
  • Keep yourself properly hydrated, warm, and active throughout the journey.
  • Before you head out to the Lobuche East Peak Climbing expedition, make sure that your equipment and gear are well-tested and work properly.
  • Last but not least, the best way to prepare for any climbing or trekking journey is by listening to the instructions given by the guide before the commencement of the odyssey to Lobuche Peak.

Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche Cost 2024 and 2025

The Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche cost depends on various factors. However, Green Valley Nepal Trek offers the most reasonable cost for the Lobuche East Peak Climbing expedition for 2024 and 2025. As mentioned earlier, the average cost of this peak climbing varies from USD 600 to USD 1000, you can still refer to the cost breakdown in the table below:

No. of PaxStarting PriceAction
1USD 675Book Now
2 to 3USD 620 per personBook Now
4 to 5 USD 595 per personBook Now
6 to 10USD 500 per personBook Now
Day to Day Itinerary
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On the first day of the itinerary, all you do is meet the Green Valley Nepal Treks' representatives at Lobuche, which is at an altitude of 4940 meters. After meeting our representatives at Lobuche, you can expect them to provide you with the details, meeting points, and all the other important instructions before starting an expedition to the Lobuche Peak.

The journey will not commence on that day as you might already be tired of the trek that you have done in the previous days. Therefore, we suggest you take a rest but you still need to sleep in the daytime. Try to prepare your body for the expedition that takes you above 6000 meters within two days.

  • Tea House

As you are ready for the Lobuche East Peak Climbing journey with the instructions, maps, and other resources, we set off on a trek from Lobuche to Lobuche High Camp on the second day. This trek requires around 6 hours of walking and takes you to an altitude of 5400 meters.

The trek from Lobuche to Lobuche High Camp is a journey full of pain and pleasure. You will certainly feel some difficulty because of the uneven rugged terrain, often scorching sunlight, and many other common high-altitude issues. However, all you require is a strong mindset and a thought of what is waiting at the end of the journey.

It is certain that as you ascend higher and higher, the air thins out and you can experience some difficulty in walking. However, if you think about the other side of the coin, you will be surrounded by amazing vistas of the nearby mountains, walking along the snow, playing, singing, concentrating, and above all the successful completion of your first peak climb experience.

After around three hours of straight-up inclines and a few more hours of walking, we finally reached the Lobuche High Camp (5400 meters). Now, this is a place where you can get another new experience i.e., camping in the snow. Yes, we spend the night in a tent, and lunch and dinner will be packed that needs to be warmed up before eating.

  • Tented Camp
  • Lunch, and Dinner
  • 6 Hours

After having a packed breakfast early in the morning, we will start the major part of this peak, which is the Lobuche Peak Climb. The journey gets even more challenging than Day 2 because of the ascend in the route. Before heading to the peak climbing journey, our representatives recheck all the equipment and gear of the trekkers.

We start the ascend to Lobuche Peak without crampons on but the crampons get on our legs as soon as we reach the snowline. Remember that, the climb to Lobuche Peak is impossible without proper gear including crampons because of the slippery and wet trails. After walking for about 4-5 hours on the snow-covered path across the rugged trail. we finally reach the Lobuche East Peak at an altitude of 6119 meters.

Upon reaching Lobuche Peak, you can enjoy for some time, click photos, and videos, watch the eye-soothing panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys, play with the snow, and take a clean and clear breath of success. Then we initiate our descending journey. We will walk from the Lobuche peak to reach Thukla (4620 meters) on the same day. As we ascend and descend on the same day, today you will have to walk for around 9-10 hours in total.

Once you reach Labuche, you can either set off on the Everest Base Camp Trekking or return to Dingboche and lower to end the EBC trek. Remember that the 3-day Lobuche Peak Climbing cost only covers a walk from Lobuche to Labuche, so, for this trip, Labuche will be our ending point.

  • Tea House
  • Breakfast, and Lunch
  • 9 to 10 Hours

Our team guides, porters and accompanying staff are locals with a broad knowledge about each and every location that we travel through.

Cost Includes
  • Pre-trip meeting in Kathmandu
  • Pre-climbing training at Lobuche Base Camp
  • Kitchen Equipment, Trekking tents, Dining tents, Kitchen Tents, Toilet Tents, Table and chairs, and Mattresses for Lobuche Base Camp
  • Climbing Boots, Ice screws, Snow bars.
  • Personal climbing Gear per person such as Crampons, Harness, Ice Axe, Screw gate, Carabiners
  • Professional Climbing Guide From Lobuche to Lobuche
  • Necessary porters to Lobuche Base Camp from Lobuche
  • Personal insurance, Food, accommodation, and equipment for our staff
  • Climbing peak permit, Garbage deposit fees, and other necessary fees
  • Packed Lunch for summit day
  • Achievement certificate (if you want) 
  • All our services charge government taxes 
Cost Excludes
  • Personal Insurance for travel to Nepal (Compulsory)
  • Sleeping bag, down Jacket  (you can rent in Lobuche)
  • Personal expenses such as all kinds of drinks, hot showers, internet, donations, tips, etc...
  • Accommodation and meals in Lobuche
Add-ons & Options

Add-ons & Options

Green Valley Nepal Treks added new features to our website, including an add-ons option from which you could add extra nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara, a flight option to Pokhara, a flight option to Kathmandu from Pokhara, a porter to carry your luggage during the trek, etc.

To add extra services, click on the Book Now or Add to Cart button and select the services you would like to add to the Annapurna Base Camp Trek.

If you have any confusion about our add-ons option, feel free to contact us via email or WhatsApp.

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Useful Info

Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche Best Time

Most of the trekkers say that climbing the Lobuche Peak is best done while ascending to or descending from the Everest Base Camp. However, here you can check the best seasons to go for the Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche:

  • Spring Season (March to May)

One of the best times to participate in Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche is the Spring season. Spring in Nepal arrives in March and ends in May. This season serves the best views of the surrounding mountains with warmer temperatures in the daytime adequate for walking across the snow-covered areas. Moreover, you can also expect comparatively easy trails as there is less snow and no other obstacles.

  • Autumn Season (September to November)

Another preferable season for Lobuche Peak Climbing is the autumn season which runs from September to November in Nepal. This is also a comparatively warmer season than the winter season and due to the slight rainfall, you can experience clear skies. Besides, the autumn season also offers high chances of snowfall, so, if you want to play with the snow, this can be the perfect season to climb to Lobuche Peak.

In the rainy and winter seasons, the weather conditions can be extreme causing lots of mishaps or obstacles during the trek. However, if you have a strong mindset and look forward to going for some challenging adventure, we are here to help you go to the Lobuche Peak Climbing any month of the year.

Food and Accommodation during Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche

During the thrilling adventure of climbing Lobuche East Peak from Lobuche, climbers can expect a variety of food and accommodation options to cater to their needs amidst the rugged terrain of the Himalayas.

During the climbing days, you may carry packed lunches. These lunches typically consist of sandwiches, fruits, energy bars, nuts, and other lightweight snacks to sustain climbers during their ascent. It's essential to carry an ample supply of water or hydration fluids to stay hydrated throughout the climb.

Upon reaching Lobuche East Base Camp, your guide will help to set up tents for overnight accommodation. Base Camp facilities may include dining tents or communal areas where you can gather for meals and socializing.

You should be prepared for basic amenities at Base Camp, including shared toilet facilities and limited access to running water. It's advisable to bring personal toiletries and other essentials for comfort during the stay at Base Camp.

Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche Difficulty Level

The Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche is one of the Nepali peaks that is a little tougher to climb than other comparable summits. Hiking at a high altitude and rigorous climbing are part of this excursion.

For individuals who have never ascended a mountain, this can be a little challenging. With each step you take towards Lobuche's Base Camp, the rugged trails get steeper.

There are occasions when using mountaineering tools like an ice axe and a rope is necessary to advance while climbing. The day of the summit arrives when you must ascend Lobuche East and return to base camp. On the day of the summit, this will take a total of eight to ten hours.

As mentioned, climbing a summit is not simple. Only a few climbs below the summit is a snow-covered, steep part that slopes in at an approximate 45° angle. This segment can be longer than 50 meters and more challenging than previous sections.

This is the section of Lobuche East Peak climbing where novices have additional challenges and must put their skills to the test. Apart from the previously mentioned details, Lobuche Peak is a feasible trekking destination. Peak climbers, however, need to have had prior experience, training, and understanding of mountaineering.

Travel Insurance for Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche

Participation in Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche through Green Valley Nepal Treks is always required to have travel insurance.

Before beginning the ascent, each climber is required to bring proof of their insurance. Together with treatment expenses, the insurance must cover helicopter rescue up to 6,000 meters.

The absence of sufficient medical facilities in such regions makes it significant. We may consequently require you to take you to Kathmandu in the event of a medical emergency.

Here is a list of suggested travel insurance companies based on the experiences of our prior clients, in case you need any advice. On the other hand, we do not offer insurance in any manner. Your insurance certificate and other pertinent documentation will be used by us to save lives in an emergency.

Significances of Travel Insurance for the Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche:

  • Travel insurance can cover the expenses of emergency evacuation which might be needed during the Lobuche east peak climb. (Especially in the extreme seasons).
  • With travel insurance, you can also claim for any personal belongings damages, if that happens during the Lobuche Peak climb.
  • Other incidents like petty theft, luggage damage, and airline cancelations might also happen during the climb. Travel insurance can also cover the expenses of those incidents.

How to tackle Altitude Sickness on Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche?

Altitude sickness is a common risk for climbers attempting Lobuche East Peak, which stands at 6,119 meters (20,075 ft). It occurs when your body struggles to adjust to the decreasing oxygen levels at high altitudes.

The most important remedy for altitude sickness is proper acclimatization. This involves gradually ascending in elevation over several days, allowing your body to adjust to the thinner air.

Symptoms of Altitude Sickness

  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Fatigue
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Loss of appetite
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Shortness of breath

Remedies for Altitude Sickness

  • If you experience any symptoms of altitude sickness, the most effective remedy is to descend to a lower altitude. Even a small descent can make a significant difference.
  • Drink plenty of fluids, even if you don't feel thirsty. Dehydration can worsen altitude sickness. Aim for at least 3-4 liters of water per day.
  • Take it easy and avoid strenuous activity.
  • Acetazolamide (Diamox) is a medication that can help to prevent and treat altitude sickness. It works by helping your body to eliminate excess carbon dioxide and increase oxygen levels in your blood.
  • Avoid alcohol and caffeine, which can dehydrate you and worsen altitude sickness.
  • Eat a high-carbohydrate diet to give your body energy.

Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche Packing List

Special equipment is needed for climbing in the Himalayas. Once you are in Nepal, you can buy it there or back home. Renting part of the equipment is another option. Upon booking, our crew will send you a list of everything you will need to climb Lobuche East.

The following list includes some items that are required for climbing Lobuche East Peak:

  • Mountaineering boots (suitable for above 6000m)
  • Hiking shoes
  • Summit socks or equivalent
  • Liner socks or equivalent
  • 2 base layers (top and bottom)
  • 1 mid-layer top (breathable)
  • Lightweight nylon pants
  • Softshell jacket with hoodie
  • Softshell pants (breathable and water-repellent)
  • Hardshell jacket with hood
  • Hardshell pants
  • Insulated down jacket with hood
  • Helmet: Must be able to fit over your ski hat
  • Alpine ice axe (65-70cm)
  • Crampons 12 points
  • Ascender
  • Mountaineering harness with adjustable leg loops
  • Carabiners
  • Rappel device (ATC or Figure 8)

You can visit our recommended peak climbing packing list page to add more climbing materials that you think could be helpful during your journey.

Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche Booking Procedure

GVNT offers the easiest procedure to book any trek or tour package for clients. You can simply visit our website and check on the left side of the package you would like to book for. There you can see a "Book Now" option. Fill in your details and click on the button and you will proceed to the payment page. Now all you need to do is pay 10% of the total package cost and your booking is confirmed.

If that seems like a thing you would not want to do, you can simply contact us via WhatsApp or call us directly at +977 9841 392186 (Mr. Arjun Pandey). We will be more than happy to help you understand about the Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche and also book the package.

Remember to share with us a copy of your passport, two passport-size photos, and travel insurance via our email address: [email protected]. After that, you can pay the remaining amount and set off on the journey to the Lobuche East Peak Climbing from Lobuche.

What our travelers saysClient Reviews
  • TrustPilot

    Such a confident-raising journey it was!

    The Lobuche Peak Climbing with Green Valley Trekking was certainly a confidence booster for me. Seriously, if I can be at 6119 meters above sea level that easily, I can conquer the world. That's what I thought when I looked around with my proud breathing from the Lobuche Peak. At first, I thought I would get tired and could not do the EBC trek. However, once we returned to Thukla, I was full of confidence. Thank you Arjun and Raj for suggesting this trek and thanks to the guide for making it a success for me.

    BrentApril 10, 2024Netherlands
  • Facebook

    Tiresome but awesome journey!

    I just can't believe that I climbed a peak over 6000 meters, that too, within 3 days. I don't even have words to describe how beautiful the route was. Well, we certainly had to cover a long distance in a single day but still, it was all fun and games with such amazing guides. 3 on 3 days, they checked our equipment before starting the trail and always tried to make us maintain a slow and steady pace which helped us a lot to keep balance between the altitude and respiration. It certainly was a tiring experience but not something I should have missed while in the Khumbu region.

    AntonioMarch 21, 2024Switzerland
  • Lobuche East Peak's altitude is 6119 meters from sea level.

  • No, as the peak is in an inaccessible area, peak climbers need to spend the nights in tented camps.

  • Yes, GVNT provides lunch and dinner for the second day and breakfast and lunch for the third day of the Lobuche East Peak Climbing expedition.

  • Lobuche is about 5.3 miles away from the Everest Base Camp. Following Lobuche, you will reach Gorakshep; after that, you will reach the EBC.

  • Yes, with a little more training, you can simply climb the Lobuche Peak if you have completed the EBC trek successfully.

  • Lobuche East Peak climbing from Lobuche can be expensive depending on the season, the amount of climbers, and other elements. However, depending on the trekking agency, the price of this package could range from USD 600 to USD 1000.

  • No, the Lobuche East Peak Climb package is only designed for a 3-day Lobuche East Peak Climbing journey. Therefore, it does not cover any transportation fees.

  • One of the major reasons for that is that Lobuche is an easily accessible peak that offers high adventure and adrenaline-rushing experiences to tourists.

  • During the winter season, there are chances of heavy snowfall, which can cause multiple obstacles on the Lobuche to ascend. Therefore, we do not recommend trekkers to go for this climbing in the winter season.

  • For the first day, you will not have to walk at all. On the second day, trekkers need to walk for approximately 6 hours to reach the Lobuche High Camp. Finally, on the last day, you will have to walk for over 9-10 hours as we need to reach the Lobuche Peak and come down to Thukla.

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