Lobuche East Peak Climbing
Lobuche East lying at an elevation of (6,119m/20,075ft), though counted among the most demanding trekkers’ peaks in the Everest region it is worthy to go for. It requires more dedication and climbing skill to use different climbing equipments. There are two different summits to Lobuche Peak- Lobuche East (6,119 m) and Lobuche West (6,145m). Even though a constant ridge ties them there is a gap and a significant distance amid them.
Lobuche is an eye-catching summit, presenting a variety of offered trails and a wide range for novel lines. If you would wish to make a trip to Everest Base Camp, yet stay for longer time and set off higher then, Lobuche east Peak climbing is the worthy choice. All you need to have is strength to climb higher and get the skills to use crampons, ice axe, ropes and more. Then, our guides and Sherpas will leave you one day back downward the vale to ascend this stunning peak, with finest views of Mt. Everest from the summit of Lobuche. From the stunning Everest Base Camp the route further climbs to a High Camp at an elevation of 5552 m. From the High Camp we will trek further from there messing up to the glacier taking us to the summit of Lobuche at 6,119 m. The vertical climb to the edge, on the summit day, is usually fixed with approximately 500 meters long rope.
This 21-days Lobuche East peak Climbing/ Expedition designed by Mountain Sherpa Trekking is a wonderful option to walk into gigantic Himalayan and move higher from the Everest Base Camp. Lobuche Peak is typically technical which requires some basic mountaineering skills necessary to reach to the summit. Even though the Lobuche East climb is a bit more demanding, it is equally worthwhile. From the summit of the peak, you will be greeted by the amazing views of Everest flanking with Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Nuptse, and Pumori. The expedition will also let you visit famous places in the Everest area including Kala Pathar (5550m) which too provides a superb view of Mt. Everest.