Lobuche Peak Climbing



18 Days


Peak Climbing

Best Season



Group Size



Flight / Private Vehicle



Lobuche Peak is located in eastern part of Nepal in Everest region of Sagarmatha National Park with an elevation of 6,119 meter standing between Mt. Everest and Cho La Pass trekking trail. The Lobuche peak comprises of two different summits, one is Lobuche East (6,119m) and other is Lobuche west (6,145m). The East peak is known as trekking peak and the west is called Expedition Peak although they are connected by a nonstop ridge having sharp gap and considerable distance between them. It is stimulating climbing peaks of Everest region in which the normal route of ascending is through south ridge. 

We combine Lobuche peak climbing with Everest Base Camp trek and Kala Patthar due to high altitude training exercise before to make successful attempt. Lobuche peak climbing provides amazing view of Himalaya as well as offers unique Sherpa settlement and their life style of Khumbu region. Khumbu valley, Glaciers moraine and Himalayan sights such as Everest (8,848m), Lhotse (8,616m), Ama Dablam (6,812m), Pumori (7,145m) are the main attraction scenery from summit. So, the climbers can have life time unforgettable experience after encountering Lobuche Peak. Local people and Monks chanting Tibetan mantra, praying wheels, holy Flags, Mani Wall, Chorten and hospitable behavior of Sherpa people on the trekking route, sorts your trip more classical too. 

Lobuche peak climbing begins after having scenic mountain flight from Kathmandu to Tenzing Hillary Airport, Lukla and trek to Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Dingboche, Everest Base Camp, Lobuche, summit Lobuche peak and same way back down.  The best time to climb Lobuche Peak is in spring season (March-May), and autumn season (September – November). Laurence Nielson and Ang Gyalzen Sherpa put feet on the summit of Lobuche first time in April 25, 1984. Lobuche village is the gateway of Lobuche Base Camp from where climbing section and crew will be prepared for adventure alpinism to Lobuche.


Climbing Route of Lobuche

Lobuche Peak climbing is considered as challenging peak climbing than Island Peak. The climber face the some technical struggle due to steep snow slopes and possess ice skills and procedure fixed ropes in steep vertical snow route. Even from Lobuche to base Camp is full of ascent and rocky steep trail. The steep stone terraces and snowy slopes on the route makes your adventure trip more challenging and exciting. High camp is located with an elevation of 5600 meters with slippery iced and snow stones. Before reaching summit ridge is very stimulating due to 45 degree snow wall so need fixed ropes. Having this adventure route, we will reach on summit from where can have magnificent views of Himalayas, glaciers and valleys.


  • Embark scenic mountain flight from Kathmandu to Lukla
  • Explore exclusive Sherpa settlement and Tibetan Buddhist living standard
  • Encounter splendid mountain view of Mt. Everest (8,848m), Lhotse (8,516m), Makalu (8,481m),    Nuptse (7,861m), Ama Dablam ( 6,812m), Thamserku (6,623m) 
  • Magnificent sunrise view of Kala Patthar & exotic Khumbu Glacier 
  • Historical Tengboche Monastery, Chorten, Mani Wall and Payer flags 
  • Gateway of Mt. Everest called “Namche Bazaar”
  • Exciting suspension Tenzing Hillary bridge of Jhorsalle
  • Amazing Island Peak climbing and impressive view of Chukung valley, glacier, and White Mountains

Lukla flight 

Lukla airport is one of the most exciting airport in the world where in peak seasons, the airport becomes very busy with many flights from Kathmandu. Sometime due to unexpected weather the flight can be delay and cancellation of the flight is common here. If there will be uncertainty Lukla flight, also can have helicopter charter from Kathmandu which will be little expensive than regular aero plane flight. Even sometimes weather will change suddenly, so we suggest to have one more night in Kathmandu after finishing EBC and Lobuche Peak climbing. 


Your adventure and cultural trip to Nepal begins after your arrival in Tribhuvan International Airport Kathmandu. After you will land, get your hand bag and go to immigration office where you can get your Nepal visa. There must be many people; need fill form before apply for visa and get down to 1st floor where you will wait your suitcase. After getting suitcase, go outside where our office member shows your Name in white paper sheet and transfer to Hotel. We have booked your hotel in Thamel which is the touristic hub of Nepal.

After breakfast, your cultural tour begins where our Guide will brief to you about whole Nepal including history, culture, people, religion, geography and living standard of People. You will visit popular world Heritage sites of Nepal such as Swyambhunath (Monkey Temple) - Hindu and Buddhist pilgrimage site, Patan Durbar Square – Old King Palace with Beautiful Temples and Houses, Pashupatinath Temple - popular Hindu temple of South Asia and Boudhanath Stupa – biggest Buddhist stupa with monastery around. It is full day guided city tour where you will learn most important historical and cultural things of Nepal. After you will return back to Hotel from sightseeing, meet with your Trekking Guide and brief about trekking program.

Early morning, our guide comes in your hotel and be ready your bag pack and transfer to airport; have 35 minutes scenic mountain flight to Tenzing Hillary Airport, Lukla. Our Guide will arrange porters here so you can take first mountain tea/ coffee in local lodges. Today, you have very short and easy trekking trail to Phakding from Lukla having picturesque images of suspension bridges, Chortens, Mani Wall, prayer flags and Dudh Koshi River. You will hike through local Sherpa villages till reach to Phakding where some terraced potato field can be seen on the route. Today is your first day, so you feel relax and comfortable downhill walk to Phakding from Lukla with first mountain scenery called Kusum Kagaru.

You will start your trek after having breakfast in Tea House with pleasurable walk alongside the Dudh Khoshi River towards Monjo which is the permit check-Point of Sagarmatha National Park. The trekking trail goes through pine, rhododendron, Magnolia, Giant fir, Himalayan Pine forests, crossing many suspension bridge via the Sherpa villages of Benkar, Chumoa, Monjo and Jhorsalle. After your permit is checked by national park office, go little down along with Dudh Koshi River and cross amazing Tenzing Hillary suspension bridge from where the trail is slightly strenuous with a steep uphill to Namche Bazaar by inspiring first Mt. Everest View. Today you are very tired due to nearly 900 meters climb from Phakding. Namche bazaar is the commercial and administrative center of entire Khumbu region from where one can explore amazing Himalayan view.

Today is acclimatization day but you are not staying at Tea House rather our Guide will help you to encounter around Namche Bazaar. Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) and health proficient suggest to stop for one extra night here due to keeping body strong and balance. So be active and roam around than sleep and rest; climb high, sleep low and drink more water which is the theory of acclimatization in Himalaya. That is why, you hike to Japanese build Everest View hotel from where can have magnificent view of Himalaya such as Everest (8,848m), Lhotse (8,516m), Nuptse (7,861m), Ama Dablam (6,812m), Thamserku (6,623m), Cholatse (6,440m), Taboche (6,542m), and many mountain peaks. Also visit the Khumjung village where you can encounter head of yeti inside ancient monastery. Namche Bazaar is a beautiful Sherpa Village full of Tea houses, Lodges, markets, Café, Bakeries, ancient culture and lively atmosphere. You can also have pleasurable walk around this Sherpa settlement.

After exploring Namche Bazaar, we will trek to Tengboche having overlooking view of Mt. Ama Damlam and Mt. Everest. The trail is full of up and down with spotting wildlife on the way such as Musk Deer, Pheasant, and Himalayan Thar. We cross alpine woodland by leaving up trail of Gokyo valley and trek down to Imjatse River at Phunki Tanga which is a small settlement with few lodges. Mostly, trekkers take lunch here due to challenging steep climbing to Tengboche for next step. Again we walk through Rhododendron, Oak, Magnolia, Pines, and Fir trees till reach to Tengboche nearby there is famous and historical Buddhist monastery surrounded by Himalayan peaks. Our guide takes to you visit monastery which opens after 3:00 pm every day for peace meditation. You can meditate with local Buddhist Monks inside monastery.

Leaving Tengboche, having hill at the backdrop, we walk down through rhododendron and Juniper forest of Dubuche and further walk to Imja River by crossing a suspension bridge and reach beautiful Sherpa settlement of Pangboche village; explore old Pangboche monastery here. Further, the path climbs to Somare and cross Imja stream with super view of Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam Himalaya. Finally, your trail reach to another classical Sherpa village of Dingboche.

It is mandatory to have one more night in Dingboche for acclimatization and make body strong and balance. Dingboche is also known as “Summer Valley” of Khumbu region because of receiving rain during Monsoon, contributing to farming lands. Today, you are not staying in Hotel rather our guide takes you to climb Nagarjuna Peak, offers complete view of Khumbu Himalaya including Mt. Makalu with panoramic vistas of the entire Imja valley. You can also hike to Chhukung village which presents magnificent view of Island Peak, Amadablam, Makalu, Taboche which is optional. There will be many alpinists who are heading to Chhukung for climbing Island Peak.

After having good time in Dingboche, we start climbing up having impressive view of Cholatse and Taboche on the left and steep climb towards Khumbu glacier with amazing view of Mt. Ama Dablam on backdrop. After crossing glacier, reach to small settlement of Thukla having few lodges. It is a good ridge to have lunch and zigzags trail having memorial statues of the climbers who passed away in this region and it is absolutely awed gazing. Then the path climbs along the glacier and rock finally reach in Lobuche.

Today, we have short walk to Gorakshep, climb through meadows and moraine stone steps having amazing view of Glacier. First we check in Tea House, having Lunch and start our exploration to Everest Base Camp. We hike 2 hour alongside the Khumbu glacier and reach to Base Camp; if it is spring season, can see many Camping Tents of climbers who are heading up to Everest summit. Later, we will return back to Gorakshep for stay.

Early morning, we climb Kala Patthar to explore virgin Himalayan beauty and sunrise view of top of the world. Kala Patthar, it represents black rock. We trek back to Lobuche and have quite challenging rocky hike to Lobuche Base Camp.

Early morning, we take basic training practice for climb and head up to high Camp with our climbing Sherpa Guide. High Camp is full of slippery ice and stone stones with beautiful images of white Himalayan 13) High Camp- Summit Lobuche Peak (6,119m) and Back to Lobuche Base Camp, Overnight in Camping Tent 9 -10 hrs After mid night, we start our climbing section to Lobuche peak from High Camp; takes 8-9 hours to complete it. We need fix rope on the route due to snow rocky slippery and crevasses. It is more challenging and exciting day and also feel life time unforgettable experience because of amazing scenery of Himalaya such as Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Pumori, Makalu and more. Our guide will help to make good photograph of summit section and descending to Lobuche Base Camp.

After exploring Lobuche peak, trek down to Pangboche via Thukla, Phriche and Somare village. Pangboche is beautiful big Sherpa settlement having historical monasteries and houses.

As usual, we begin our trekking to Namche Bazaar from Pangboche which is a small settlement with many lodges. The trekking trail goes down to Imja River all the way to Tengboche via big Sherpa settlement of Pangboche village. From Tengboche, the trail moves down to Phunki Tanga and climb to Namche

Today, is your last day trekking in Khumbu region, we will hike down to Lukla from Namche Bazaar. We will hike through many suspension bridges, Sherpa villages, terraced potato fields, and local forests along with Dudh Koshi River. Your permit of Sagarmatha Natonal Park is exit in Monjo and hike down to Lukla for your next day flight to Kathmandu. You feel warmer today due to low elevation. In Lukla, you can have last night dinner with your trekking Guide and porter. You can have some tipping to porter saying Thank you to him.

Today, you will leave Khumbu region, feel long memory of your adventure trekking. Early morning, you will fly to Kathmandu with your Trekking Guide having scenic Himalayan view. From airport, drive to Hotel tell good bye to your Guide. You are totally free today and have good rest in Hotel. In the evening our director will invite to you having typical Nepali food with cultural local dance in Thamel. Enjoy your Nepali meal with folk song and dance with our director and also discuss about your trekking experience.

After completing, Gokyo Lake Trekking, you are free in Kathmandu or you can have shopping as gift of Nepal to your family and friends. You must be very tired after trekking, can also have good body massage in Spa center. You will feel free and explore local markets and also enjoy your time in good restaurant in Thamel.

Our staff help your departure to Tribhuvan International Airport for your respective destination. Hopefully, we will wait your recommendation and suggestion and also review about your trek to Everest Base Camp. Our Guide and Porters can wait for your next adventure journey to Nepal Himalaya. See you again and good bye.


    • Airport Pickup and drop in Private Transport 
    • Kathmandu Sightseeing with Cultural Tour Guide, Entrance Fees of Hindu/Buddhist Temple
    • 3 star Hotel in Kathmandu with Twin Share including breakfast only 
    • Kathmandu to Lukla Flight Ticket (Before Trek), Lukla to Kathmandu flight Ticket (After Trek) 
    • Guide flight Ticket Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu (Both way) 
    • English Speaking Trekking Guide including his salary, insurance, equipment, Food and Accommodation
    • Strong Trekking Porter including his salary, insurance, equipment, Food and Accommodation 
    • Twin share Tea House Accommodation with Breakfast only during Everest Base Camp Trekking
    • Everest/ Sagarmatha National Park Permit, Khumbu Pasang Lamu Rural municipality entrance Fee 
    • Full board services in Island Peak Base Camp including Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Tea Coffee
    • Sleeping Camping Tent, Mattress and Sleeping Bags in Labuche Peak Base Camp and High Camp
    • Climbing Sherpa, his food, insurance, equipment and Salary
    • Lobuche Peak permit and all legal document for Lobuche Peak Climbing
    • Nepal Government Taxes and Office Service Charge


    • Lunch & Dinner during Kathmandu
    • Lunch & Dinner during Everest Base Camp Trekking
    • Nepal Visa Fee (30$ for 15 Days and 50$ for 30 Days) 
    • International Flight Ticket
    • Personal Trekking /Travel Insurance 
    • Personal Trekking equipment and Clothes 
    • Hot Shower, Wi-Fi in mountain, Battery Charge and all personal expenses during Trekking 
    • Tips for Guide & Porter
    • Any other things not mentioned 

Additional Information

Climbing Difficulty 

Climb to Himalayas is physically challenging having long time to going upwards and downwards with preparation of positive mentality. Technical parts is very important while climbing to Mountains such as changing ropes, using Jhumar, ice axe, helmet, boots, dress and more. For successful summit of Mountain one can be fully preparation physically and mentally. Mountain climbing is an adventure journey to rise up against the gravitational force; it is hard to climb over the rocky surface of Himalayas in the surface of plain land. And while you will be successful to climb in Himalayas that is very important memory in your life. Tiredness, struggle, Pain, success, smile and beauty comes together while climbing Mountain. 

Is it difficult to climb Lobuche Peak? 

You do not need to be a good Football player or Olympic athlete to success Lobuche Peak climbing though you must know technical skill of climbing because it is rock and Mountain. Lobuche Peak Climbing is technically up-front so must be physical and mental preparation to face any kind of challenge and difficulty. So it is technical climbing so need proper climbing gears and equipment to complete it. 

Anyone who is mentally and physically fit can easily complete the climbing Lobuche Peak. Walking slowly, drink plenty of water, enjoying nature, avoiding cold, eating a balanced diet and mentally daring to reach top of Lobuche Peak with happy mood are the hallmarks of your successful journey to destination. Though, Everest Base Camp trekking trail also gives you the positive vibration and helpful adventure to climb ahead of Lobuche Peak. 

High Altitude Sickness 

If the Climbers have symptoms of headache, loss of appetite, diarrhea, shortness of breath, fatigue, nausea, rapid pulse with sleeping problem, he/she is suffered by high altitude sickness.  The other factors such as changing weather, cold, sun, wind, low oxygen and bad foods are the key component of high altitude sickness. So trekkers need to warm while trekking EBC with proper clothes and equipment. It can affect people of any age, sex and physical conditions. So, we suggest our clients, do not drink alcohol and smoke, drink plenty of water while hiking to Everest Base Camp, train your body and strength up before trekking, eat energy food, and mentally be happy during your journey. The most common medicine for preventing high altitude sickness is Diamox or Acetazolamide. Even our guide takes Diamox on the route which is easily purchased in Kathmandu and Namche Bazaar. Ascending down is the solution to avoid high altitude as the altitude sickness affects people from the elevation of 2600 meters above sea level. For normal high altitude sickness our guide helps to control by providing medicine and good food and he takes to medication center where available. If the trekkers feel bad, we send private helicopter for rescue, which is covered by your personal travel insurance. So, individual insurance is necessary while climbing to Lobuche Peak. 

Best Time to Climb

If you are looking trek to Everest Base Camp and Climb Lobuche Peak, you must know the best time to visit such as weather and circumstances with other factors that affects in your trip. The best time to visit Everest Base Camp is March – May and Sep – Nov due to clear sky and pleasant temperature.  Spring and autumn is considered as the best season to Climb Lobuche Peak. In spring, the days are warmer and longer whereas the autumn has short days. October and April is the peak touristic months having more crowd but the weather is fantastic and amazing.

Pre-monsoon is called spring season that covers the month of March, April and May whereas the lower region of Everest, rhododendron and flower blooms with warm temperature. In higher route, there will be more chance of problematic snowfall with sunny weather. 

Post-monsoon is called autumn season that covers the month of September, October and November whereas the Himalaya is full of blue sky, pleasant atmosphere, moderate temperature with less chance of problematic snowfall. As for the climate, it is neither warmer at day or not freezing cold at night. The Tea houses, cafes are full of tourist and visitors in autumn season. 


During the trekking trail to Everest Base Camp, trekkers sleep and eat in Tea houses. But during climbing section for night sleep, we will organize Camping Tents at Lobuche Base Camp. We also serve food and during climbing section.  Tea houses provide tea and food which is the best possible accommodation available on the route. Tea houses offer very basic accommodation facilities having bed and blanket inside the room and some places attached bathroom too. The tea houses looks very basic and normal but it is neat and clean. In our program, we provide simple/normal lodge for trekkers and according of their choice and interest also can provide luxury lodge where available. Though, tea houses provide us the blanket but it is not enough to reduce cold. That is why, we suggest to bring sleeping bag own self to make warm and safety night. During Base Camp of Lobuche, the climbers sleep in camping tent where all meals will be serve by Adventure Planner climbing crew. 

Food and water 

Food and water is very important things during the trekking to Everest Base Camp and climbing section. Tea houses provide breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Tea/coffee. Trekkers can choose the food from Menu list what they like to eat such as Nepali food (Dal Bhat), soups, snakcs, momos, fried Rice, continental and American breakfast, porridge, Bread with Jam and honey, Eggs, noodles, spaghetti, spring roll, fried potatoes, and steak. We recommend to have vegetarian food during trek due to porter and yaks carry meat from lower region which is not refrigerated that may cause stomach problem. Therefore, we would highly recommend to avoid meat dishes on the route with exception of tinned fish and preserved items. So, no need to carry food except chocolates, such as Diary milk, Snickers, Mars and so on. 

Do not drink water from river or water fall; local people can easily drink the running water that is not fit for foreigners as they do not have habit before. So, we recommend to drink bottle water or boiled water for good health that keeps our body safe. Even, trekkers keep purification tablet inside water, kills 99.9% of bacteria, virus and protozoa. Because of the altitude, it is recommend to drink 2-3 liters per day. 

During climbing section of Lobuche peak, we provide Dal bhat which is local food and also provides noodles, soup, Breakfast such as Toast, Omelet egg, Tea Coffee and so on. 

Hire a Guide 

A person having license from Nepal government, who guides visitor, interprets the cultural and nature, leads the right track to the Himalaya having responsible work recognized by the appropriate authority is known as trekking guide. Guide not only led the way rather he is the ambassador of country explaining People, history, geography, religion and make successful attempt for visitors. 

Trekking guide is also knows as Trek Leader who makes easy access in Himalayan region to book Tea houses, order food for visitors, manage porters, and lead the right trail to destination. During trekking, Guide is a good friend, makes entertainment with fun and laughter too. So, Trekking guides has very important role who not only make enjoyable trip but also educate the visitors through interpretation and contribute sustainability of local environment. The trekking agency should choose appropriate guide by providing suitable training time and again though they are government license holder. Guides expected to work to a high level of customer service keeping good reputation of the company and clients. 

That is why our Guide has good communication skill, immediately solve the problem, decision making with self-motivation having physically strong and fit. Either the visitor go to Everest region trek, Annapurna region trek, Upper Mustang trek, Langtang region trek or other trekking trail, our guide makes successful effort to complete the trip. We will send climbing guide from Kathmandu with you who will help for both section such as trekking and climbing section. 

Hire a Porter 

Trekking porters are those people who carry the gear of trekkers from one place to other, lives in village especially from Sherpa, Tamang, Gurung and Rai, community. They are very innocent, kind, pleasant and smiling having broken English will be together from beginning to the end of the trip. Porters are the backbone of the trekking without them it will be incomplete. A trekking porter carries 25 kg to 30 kg of gears who are very fit from mountain altitude. Porters are the transport of the visitors so must be good relationship with Guide and trekkers. During the end of the trek at Kathmandu, we suggest for visitor to have TIP to porters for their support and cooperation. 

Porters will not sleep in LobucheBase Camp, they will help you for transporting things to Base Camp from Lobuche and return to Lobuche and next day after your successful summit they will again go to Base Camp for pick up the things such as tent and baggage. Our guide will manage the porters from Lukla so they no need to fly from Kathmandu with the group. 

Telephone and Internet 

The internet, telephone and mobile phone is available all the way to Everest Base Camp. There are multiple option for Internet and mobile network such as NTC and NCELL. Sometimes internet becomes poor during the time of bad weather or snow. Even the guest houses have WI-FI during the trek to EBC, which is not free, may charge to you. But during Base Camp of lobuche Peak, the telephone does not work. 

Due to the exciting geography and sometime bad weather conditions the mobile network has not access in all parts of the trial but the network such as NCELL and NTC works most of the places. The both NTC and NCELL Sim Cards can purchase at Tribhuvan Interantional Airport, Kathmandu or in the street of touristic town Thamel. 

Toilet and Shower 

Wherever travel in the Himalaya, must know the circumstances of toilet and shower before depart to the destination. During the trek to Everest Base Camp, toilet and shower should be shared by all trekkers due to common Tea houses only with normal beds in the Room. There are the opportunity of attached Room with toilet and Shower in some places; we provide it where possible to get it. 

But during the time of bad weather for example if heavy snow at that time it is hard to get shower in Lobuche and Everest Base Camp. We suggest to bring toilet paper during the trail due to very cold water for your safety and protection. During the peak season, even in lower region the guest houses can be busy so you will have common Rooms during trek to EBC.

During climbing section in Lobuche Base Camp we will have toilet tent and you can make toilet inside the tent as we will make it. 

Climbing Insurance 

Climbing insurance is very important component during the trek to Everest Base Camp. We suggest trekkers to make plan to be covered up to 6,200 meters. Due to unexpected event or emergency evacuation, if the trekkers feel uncomfortable to walk in Himalaya, Helicopter rescue is necessary along with administration in hospital. So, need insurance for your safety and protection. There are so many insurance companies, you may find in internet and make strong insurance for your security. There may occur so many causes such as altitude sickness, accidents, physical illness, flight cancellation, that is why need to make insurance before you fly to Nepal for EBC and Lobuche Peak Climbing. 

Climbing Permit 

Everest national park permit cost 30$ per person in which our agency provide it after getting passport size photo and passport copy, connecting with Nepal Tourism Board. TIMS (Trekking Information Management System) is also required for EBC trek, it cost 10$ per person. Even our guide can busy this permit on theduring the trek either in Lukla or Monjo. Also need Khumu Pasang Lamu Municipality Fee; it cost per person 20$. 

Lobuche peak Climbing Permit is different in season wise. During spring season it cost 250$ per person whereas during autumn season it cost 125$ per person. 

Climbing Equipment List 

While trekking to Everest Base Camp and Lobuche Peak Climbig; need to sufficient trekking/climbing gears for your protection and safety. Trekking gears not only make protection for your body, it makes successful trip to Everest Base Camp. The trekking gears also have benefit to remove high altitude sickness and make easy access to destination. The following gears are mandatory towards Everest Base Camp and Lobuche Peak Climbing 

-           Sleeping Bag (-20) 

-           Trekking poles 

-           Waterproof hiking boot

-           Water proof warm Gloves

-           Sport shoes 

-           Waterproof hiking Pant

-           Fleece pant

-           Comfortable underwear 

-           Warm and thin socks 

-           Duffel Bag, 90L

-           Hand carry bag 

-           Water bottle 

-           Hiking Shorts 

-           Down Jacket

-           Warm Cap & Sun Cap 

-           Sun Glass

-           Sun Cream

-             Lip care 

-           Headlamp with extra batteries

-           Neck Gaiter 

-           Lightweight thermal tops

-           Waterproof jacket with hood, waterproof and breathable

-           Rain coat 

-           Travel Towel 

-           Camera

-           Personal first Aid Kit (Though our guide also have First Aid Kit) 

Climbing Gears 

-           Climbing Rope (Company will organize it) 

-           Mountaineering Boots

-           Crampons

-          Climbing Helmet

-          Ice Axe 

-          Jhumar 

-          Harness 

-          Descender (figure of 8) 


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