Lobuche peak climbing in Everest region with the Everest Base camp.
Lobuche east peak climbing offer a great opportunity of 6000 meter trekking peak climbing with the hike to EBC. This peak situated between the Chola pass and Everest base camp. Importantly we trek the less trodden section of Everest region to get to the Lobuche base camp. As you climb to the southern Base Camp at an altitude of 5500 meters, you will have stunning views of Ama Dablam, Tawache and many more spectacular mountains. The stunning views mt. Everest and parade of peaks from the Lobuche summit is simply break-taking. Lobuche east peak summit can be reached with some degree of difficulty by gaining the notch with a descent followed by a climb of steep snowy slopes to the amazing top.
Climbing training at base camp: all climbing gear provided
A Climbing Clinic course held at base camp organised by our experienced mountain expert instructors. This will ensure that you acquire the necessary skills and confidence to achieve your goal. It is not mandatory that you have prior climbing experience to join this Lobuche east peak climbing. However, good outdoor experience and a sound level of fitness is necessary. The more fit you the more you enjoy your adventure. Thus Lobuche east peak climbing offer a great opportunity of wonderful trekking to peak climbing in the glorious Everest region.
Lobuche east peak climbing with proper safety and responsible adventure
We stay at local teahouse while trekking up to the base camp of Lobuche peak. Once we get to the base camp away from the the house we will have the tented camp to stay on our Lobuche east peak climbing trip. We have our cook to prepare all the meals at 5000 meter elevation even thought at extreme surroundings. While on stay at teahouse on trekking section the teahouse cook prepare all the meals and off course full board meals with your selection of foods. We carry the Oxygen with comprehensive first aid kit as a safety back up. No doubt we make sure to have enough trek crew including a porter to each trekker. Thus they carry the less wight and of course we are proud to share the benefit of tourism with local people with your support.