Everest Three High Passes Trek

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At a Glance
  • Trip Duration20 Days
  • Destination Nepal
  • Trip Grade Strenuous
  • An ultimate challenging trek in the Everest region for experienced trekkers
  • A journey through the heart of the Himalayas, taking you to some of the highest mountains passes in the world
  • Enjoy stunning mountain views and explore hidden valleys while trekking through lush alpine forests and terraced fields
  • Immerse yourself in the unique culture of the Sherpa people and visit ancient monasteries along the trail
  • Get to experience life in this rugged and remote corner of the world.
  • Cross thrilling suspension bridges and spend nights in picturesque Sherpa villages
  • Most incredible acclimatization hikes to famous viewpoints like Everest View Hotel, Chhukung Ri, Kala Patthar, and Gokyo Ri
  • Cross three high mountain passes, reach Everest base camp, and relish the tranquility of the Gokyo lakes
  • A life changing adventure in the Everest region who dares to push themselves

"If you're seeking the ultimate Everest experience, the three passes trek should be at the top of your list. This impressive route incorporates all the must-see highlights of the Everest region, from breathtaking mountain vistas to authentic Sherpa culture and high mountain passes, providing a complete and unforgettable journey. However, do know that this trek is not for faint hearts. Everest three passes trek is considered one of the most demanding lodge treks in Nepal, requiring a significant level of physical fitness and endurance."

The Everest 3 high passes trek is a journey through the heart of the Himalayas, taking you to some of the highest mountain passes in the world. Many consider this trek to be the ultimate trekking package of the Everest region, and for good reason. The route follows some of the most popular trails in the region, while also leading you to hidden gems that few visitors have the chance to see.

Everest 3 passes trekking is not just about stunning mountain views and hidden valleys. Along the way, you'll also have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the unique culture of the Sherpa people, who call this region home. You'll visit small mountain villages and experience the daily life of the locals, getting a true sense of what life is like in this rugged and remote corner of the world.

From the famous trails to the lesser-known paths, the Everest three passes trek offers an adventure of a lifetime. It's a journey that will let you test your endurance while immersing you in the natural beauty and rich cultural traditions. Whether you're an experienced trekker or simply seeking a new and exciting adventure, the three high passes trek is an experience not to be missed.

Sagarmatha National Park, ancient monasteries, and breathtaking mountain views

The Everest 3 pass trek route traverses through the Sagarmatha National Park. Along the way, trekkers will encounter a variety of forest trails adorned with beautiful rhododendrons, pines, and oak trees. Cross thrilling suspension bridges and pass by cascading waterfalls.

As you make your up, you'll trek past picturesque Sherpa villages like Namche Bazaar (3,440 m), Tengboche (3,860 m), Dingboche (4,410 m), Lobuche (4,940 m), Chhukung (4,730 m), Gokyo village (4,750 m), Thangnak (4,700 m), and Marlung.

Everest region is home to a diverse and vibrant mix of ethnic groups. The Sherpa people are the most well-known and have a long history of mountaineering expertise in the area. The Bhotiya, Walangpa, and Tamang are also prominent ethnic groups in the region, each with their own unique cultures, traditions, and languages.

As you trek through the Everest region, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in these local cultures and customs. You can visit ancient monasteries (Khumjung, Tengboche, and Pangboche), witness the daily routines of village settlements, and interact with locals to gain a deeper understanding of the rich cultural heritage that exists in this area.

Adventurous acclimatization hikes, Everest base camp, Kala Patthar, and Gokyo Lakes

We have the most incredible acclimatization hikes in our Everest three passes trek itinerary. You will explore places like Everest View Hotel (3,962 m), Syangboche Airstrip (3,748 m), Chhukung Ri (5,546 m), Kala Patthar (5,545 m), and Gokyo Ri (5,357 m). All these places are viewpoints and present outstanding scenery.

You will get to witness some of the most stunning mountain ranges on this trek. From eight-thousanders like Everest (8,849 m), Lhotse (8,516 m), Makalu (8,481 m), Cho Oyu (8,188 m), and Kanchenjunga (8,586 m) to numerous other majestic peaks like Ama Dablam (6,812 m), Nuptse (7,861 m), Thamserku (6,608 m), Pumori(7,161 m), Cholatse (6,440 m), etc.

In addition to crossing the three high passes, the 3 pass trek also includes a visit to Everest base camp. It is the lap of the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest. Similarly, you will explore the Gokyo Lakes, the highest freshwater system in Nepal. These beautiful glacial lakes are located in the Gokyo Valley and are surrounded by towering mountains and glaciers.

The 3 passes- Renjo La (5,360 m/17,585 ft), Cho La (5,420 m/17,782 ft), and Kongma La (5,540 m/18,176 ft)

The 3 pass trek in the Everest region offers a unique and challenging adventure for any mountain enthusiast. The three passes - Renjo La, Cho La, and Kongma La - provide unforgettable views of the surrounding mountains, glaciers, and lakes. These three passes connect the four distinct valleys of Bhotekoshi, Gokyo, Khumbu, and Imja Tse.

From Renjo La pass, you'll be rewarded with breathtaking views of Everest that reportedly beat even the panoramic views from Kala Patthar (5,545 m). But that's not all, you'll also be treated to spectacular views of Gokyo Lakes (4,700 m - 5,000m), making this pass a must-visit for any nature lover.

The Cho La pass is located between the snowcapped summits of Lobuche (6,135m) and Cholatse (6,443 m). The steep climb to the top of the pass is icy and challenging in parts, but from the summit, you'll be rewarded with spectacular views of Ama Dablam (6,812 m), one of the most beautiful peaks in the eastern Himalayas.

Kongma La pass is a unique and challenging experience on the trek, described as a "precarious struggle among skittering stones." The route takes you across a glacier and glacier-fed river. The climb to the pass at 5,540 meters (18,176 ft) is the highest on the trip, but the rewards are worth all the hard efforts.

Who can do the Everest three high passes trekking?

The Everest three passes trekking is for experienced trekkers who are looking to level up their trekking game. It is a challenge that demands the utmost fortitude, determination, and fitness from trekkers. But for those who are up to the challenge, it is an adventure that is truly unmatched.

This three passes trek takes you through three of the highest passes in the Himalayas, each of which would be a significant challenge on its own.

At A1 Excursion Adventure, we love to challenge ourselves, and the Everest 3 passes trek is the ultimate challenge in the Khumbu region. It's a journey that demands everything we have and more, but the reward is an unforgettable adventure that will stay with us forever.

If you're ready to test your limits and experience the Himalayas in a way that few others ever will, then join us on our Everest three passes trek 2023/2024 fleet. Contact us now to know more in detail about the journey.

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Upon your arrival in Kathmandu, a representative from A1 Excursion will greet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel. You can take some time to rest and relax after your long flight and perhaps explore the surrounding area on your own. Your guide will meet you at the hotel and provide you with a briefing on the upcoming trek. We will meet in the late evening for a welcome dinner.

  • Accommodation:Hotel

We'll kick start the trek with a 40-minute flight to Lukla. During this short flight, we can see breathtaking aerial views of the eastern Himalayas. As we touch down in Lukla, we waste no time getting started on our trek. Porters join the group, and we'll begin descending to the Thado Koshi River, crossing several suspension bridges en route to our first stop at Phakding.

This initial leg of the trek is short and sweet, allowing us to acclimatize while enjoying the stunning scenery. And, while at Phakding, we make sure not to miss the opportunity to visit the Rimishung Monastery, a place of great spiritual significance in the region.

  • Max. Altitude:2,846 m/9,337 ft
  • Trip Duration:35 minutes flight & 3 hours trek
  • Accommodation:Lodge

From Phakding, we will trek north alongside the Dudh Kosi river. On the way, we'll come across numerous suspension bridges, including the renowned Hillary Suspension Bridge. As we proceed on our path, we'll traverse through Monjo Village, dense forests of rhododendrons, and challenging rocky trails before reaching Sagarmatha National Park Check Post.

Here, we'll register our permits and hike further up into the forest. The forest offers us the first glimpse of the mighty Mt. Everest, a sight that will leave you spellbound. We'll continue on our trek following a steep trail to the iconic Namche Bazaar.

  • Max. Altitude:3,440 m/11,290 ft
  • Trip Duration:6 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge

Today, we'll focus on acclimatizing to the high altitude we've rapidly ascended to. For a cup of morning coffee with a view, We will hike to the Everest View Hotel. This place also offers a view of Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, and Mt. Ama Dablam.

If you feel fine, you can continue your trek to Khumjung village, which is home to the Khunde Hospital and Khumjung School, both built by Sir Edmund Hillary in the 1960s. The village is also home to Khumjung Monastery, which is hundreds of years old and is still the center of the Sherpa religion and culture. After returning to Namche Bazaar, spend the remaining day visiting museums and exploring the shops & cafes.

  • Max. Altitude:3,962 m/13,000 ft
  • Trip Duration:4-5 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge

The trek from Namche Bazaar leads across the Dudh Koshi river, passing through dense forests that gradually thin out as we cross the tree line. Along the way, you'll witness numerous Buddhist stupas and mani walls. The trail goes through Phunki Thanga.

As we approach Tengboche village, we'll discover one of the most prominent attractions of the region, the Tengboche monastery. The monastery is renowned for its breathtaking views of Everest and Ama Dablam.

  • Max. Altitude:3,860 m/12,660 ft
  • Trip Duration:5 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge

From Tengboche, we'll take the higher trail that offers better views as we trek toward the Pangboche village via Deboche. Along the way, we'll pass several small villages, chortens, and mani walls. We will cross the Imja river over a suspension bridge before entering Pangboche village. Further, the trail gradually widens as we approach the Lobuche River. After descending to the river, we'll face the steepest climb of the day while heading up to Dingboche.

  • Max. Altitude:4,410 m/14,470 ft
  • Trip Duration:5 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge

Leaving Dingboche behind, we'll follow a short trail to Chhukung, the last settlement of the Khumbu region around Imja Tse, also known as Island Peak. Chhukung offers stunning views of snow-capped mountains, with Mt. Makalu in the east.

Upon arrival at Chhukung, we'll have the option to rest or continue hiking to Chhukung Ri for even more breathtaking views of the mountains. This rest day will also allow us ample time to prepare for our early morning departure to the Kongma-La pass.

  • Max. Altitude:4,730 m/15,518 ft
  • Trip Duration:4-5 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge

Today, we have a relatively short trekking day to Kongma La pass. After a warm breakfast in Chhukung village, we begin trekking on a rugged path that gradually ascends to the base of Kongma La pass. The trail offers striking views of rocky hills and snow-capped mountains. As we will be left with a full day here, we can rest and acclimatize.

  • Trip Duration:4-5 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge

On this day, we'll start trekking early to cross the Kongma-La pass before noon. The pass is nestled between the magnificent Mt Nuptse Wall, Mihara, and Pokalde peaks. It is a steep uphill walk to the top of the pass. After reaching the pass, we'll make our way toward the Khumbu Glacier and moraine, where we'll encounter rocky terrain.

Our ascent will continue with a fairly steep trail up to the base of the Khumbu Glacier, and from there, we'll make our way to Lobuche, where we'll spend the night in the comfort of a warm and cozy lodge.

  • Max. Altitude:5,540 m/18,176 ft
  • Trip Duration:3-4 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge

Starting from Lobuche, the trail winds its way through moraines and glaciers to Gorakshep. Along the way, you'll have stunning views of towering peaks like Nuptse, Pumori, and Everest. Gorak Shep is the last settlement before the Everest base camp.

  • Max. Altitude:5,164 m/16,942 ft
  • Trip Duration:3 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge

The trek from Gorak Shep to Everest Base Camp is challenging yet rewarding. The trail winds its way through rocky terrain and glacier moraines, with stunning views of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, and Khumbutse along the way. Once at Base Camp, we will enjoy the breathtaking sights of the Khumbu Icefall and surrounding peaks before making the return journey to Gorak Shep to spend the night.

  • Max. Altitude:5,364 m/17,598 ft
  • Trip Duration:5 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge

Early in the morning, we will hike to the Kala Patthar viewpoint, which offers stunning sunrise and breathtaking mountain panorama. After a memorable morning hike to Kala Patthar, we trek back down to Gorak Shep before continuing to Dzongla. It is situated at the base of the challenging Cho-La pass. As we trek towards Dzongla, we'll be surrounded by breathtaking scenery, with majestic peaks towering above us.

  • Max. Altitude:5,545 m/18,192 ft
  • Trip Duration:6 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge

Our trek continues westward towards Cho-La pass, the highest point of the valley at an altitude of 5,420 m. The climb is tough, and the terrain can be rugged and icy, but the views of Chola Lake and Mt. Ama Dablam is especially fantastic.

After reaching the top of the pass, we'll begin descending towards Thangnak, enjoying a more leisurely pace and taking in the scenery. Tonight we rest and recover in Thangnak, reflecting on a challenging day behind us and preparing for the adventures yet to come.

  • Max. Altitude:5,420 m/17,782 ft
  • Trip Duration:7-8 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge

We will start our day early and set out on a trek to the quaint village of Gokyo, situated at the foot of Mt. Gokyo. The trail offers breathtaking views of the mountains all along the way. As we ascend, we will come across Longponga (4,720 m).

The trail continues uphill on a trail that provides us with magnificent views of Tanjung Tsho Lake (4,710 m). A short walk along the Ngozumpa Glacier takes us to the other side of the glacier, where we can witness the stunning Gokyo village.

  • Max. Altitude:4,750 m/15,584 ft
  • Trip Duration:3-4 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge

In the morning, we will hike to Gokyo Ri, where we can witness a stunning panoramic view of some of the world's highest peaks, such as Mt. Cho Oyu, Gyachung Kang, Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Cholatse, Tawache, and Mt. Makalu in the east.

Another option is to go on a trek to Gokyo's 5th lake, which will take us around five hours and lead us to the very base of Cho-Oyu, the world's 6th highest mountain bordering Tibet. From this spot, we can enjoy some incredible views of Mt. Everest, Changtse, and the enormous ice wall of Cho-Oyu.

  • Max. Altitude:5,357 m/17,575 ft
  • Trip Duration:5 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge

Today, we'll cross the Renjo La pass, our final high pass. The trail leads us to the end of Gokyo Lake, where we are once again rewarded with breathtaking views of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Cholatse, and Taboche. The climb to the top of the pass is strenuous but packed with outstanding mountain landscapes.

After a brief rest, we descend to the frozen lakes below Renjo La pass before continuing on a long downhill trail to Lungdeng. It is a small village situated close to the Nangpa-La Pass. From here, we trek to Marlung village, where we'll spend the night.

  • Max. Altitude:5,360 m/17,585 ft
  • Trip Duration:7-8 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge

After a good night's rest in Marlung, we continue our trek with a gradually ascending trail that leads us to Thame village. On the way, we will pass through several picturesque villages and enjoy the beauty of the lush pine and rhododendron forests. From Thame, we trek towards Namche Bazaar.

  • Max. Altitude:3,440 m/11,285 ft
  • Accommodation:Lodge

Today is our final day of trekking. After a hearty breakfast, we make our way down the steep trail that leads to the famous Hillary Suspension Bridge, enjoying the scenic surroundings and the fresh mountain air. We pass through several local villages in the Dudh Kosi river valley. From Phakding, the trail ascends to Lukla, where we will end our three passes trek with a celebratory drink.

  • Max. Altitude:2,846 m/9,337 ft
  • Trip Duration:7-8 hours
  • Accommodation:Lodge

It's time to say goodbye to the beautiful mountains and return to Kathmandu. The early morning flight from Lukla to Kathmandu offers you a bird's-eye view of the magnificent Himalayas one last time before you leave. After landing in Kathmandu, you will be transferred to your hotel to rest and enjoy some leisure time. We will meet in the late evening for a farewell dinner. The remaining day is free. You can explore and shop as you wish.

  • Max. Altitude:1,400 m/4,600 ft
  • Trip Duration:35 minutes flight
  • Accommodation:Hotel

Our team at A1 Excursion will ensure that you are transported to the airport on time for your final departure. Safe travels, and we hope to see you again soon for your next adventure in the Himalayas!

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    Everest 3 passes trek cost

    The cost of the Everest three pass trek can vary depending on several factors, such as the season, the trekking route, the duration of the trek, the trekking company, and the services included. Generally, the cost of the three passes trek cost can range from USD 2000 to USD 5000 per person.

    The cost typically includes permits and fees for trekking in the Everest region, transportation, accommodations, meals, and services of experienced guides and porters. Likewise, the package cost does not include personal expenses such as travel insurance, equipment rentals, tips, and additional services such as helicopter rescue in case of emergencies.

    3 passes trek difficulty

    The Everest 3 passes trek is suitable for experienced trekkers who are physically fit and mentally prepared for the challenges ahead. The trek requires a high level of endurance and stamina, as it involves long hours of continuous walking through diverse terrains and altitudes.

    During the trek, you will need to walk continuously for 5 to 8 hours per day, navigating through diverse and often treacherous terrains. It is one of the most challenging and demanding treks in the Everest region.

    Distance: The three passes trek distance is approximately 130 kilometers, covering a vast area that includes three passes: Renjo La Pass, Cho La Pass, and Kongma La Pass. The journey takes you through diverse terrains and landscapes, including forests, glaciers, and mountain valleys.

    Terrain: The terrain of the Everest three pass trek route is diverse, with steep ascents and descents, rocky trails, narrow bridges, and icy paths. The trek involves a mix of walking on well-defined trails and scrambling on rocky terrain, making it a challenging and demanding journey.

    Altitude Sickness: The three pass trek carries risks of altitude sickness, as the journey takes you to high altitudes above 5,000 meters. Trekkers must take adequate precautions to avoid altitude sickness, such as acclimatizing properly and staying hydrated. It is also essential to recognize the symptoms of altitude sickness and seek medical attention if necessary.

    Best time to do Everest 3 passes trekking

    The best time to do the three passes trek is during the spring and autumn seasons, which have the most stable weather conditions. The months of March, April, and May constitute the spring season, while the post-monsoon autumn season comprises September, October, and November. The weather during these seasons is ideal, offering clear views of the mountains and a pleasant climate.

    We do not recommend 3 passes trekking during the winter and monsoon seasons, though it is possible to do so if you are just right on time. From December to February, winter temperatures can be extremely cold, but the skies and mountains are clear. On the other hand, from June to August, the monsoon season brings a high risk of landslides and muddy roads. Both are off-seasons for the three-pass trek, and the weather remains quite unpredictable.

    Accommodation & Meals

    Accommodation during the Everest three pass trek ranges from basic teahouses to more comfortable lodges. The rooms are simple, with basic amenities such as a bed, blankets, and pillows. Most lodges have shared bathrooms and toilets, while some of them offer attached bathrooms.

    Meals during the trek are provided by the lodges. The menus are extensive and offer a variety of dishes ranging from Nepalese to continental cuisine. Typical meals include dal bhat, noodles, pasta, soups, momos, pizza, and various meat items such as curries, chilies, etc. Vegetarian and vegan options are also available.

    Many lodges offer a buffet-style breakfast that includes options, such as porridge, pancakes, eggs, bread, and tea or coffee. Lunch and dinner are usually served hot. It is advisable to stick to a carbohydrate-rich diet to maintain energy levels during the trek.

    3 passes trek tips

    • Travel Insurance: Having travel insurance is highly recommended when doing the three passes trek. It should cover any potential medical emergencies, helicopter evacuation, and trip cancellations. Read the policy carefully and ensure that it covers high-altitude trekking.
    • Luggage: You can leave excess luggage at your hotel in Kathmandu. During the trek, we carry duffel bags. Each trekker gets a 10 kg weight limit for a duffel bag and a 5 kg weight limit for a backpack. Pack light and make sure to carry all the small essentials for the trek.
    • Passport & Visa: A valid passport and visa are required to enter Nepal. A tourist visa can be obtained upon arrival at the airport in Kathmandu or any border crossing. The visa fee depends on the duration of your stay. It is advisable to carry a few passport-sized photos and a copy of your passport. Make sure to check visa eligibility for your country.
    • ATM & Money Exchange: ATMs are available in Kathmandu and some villages along the 3 pass trek route, like Namche Bazaar and Dingboche. We suggest you carry cash in Nepali Rupees for small purchases and emergencies during the trek. You can exchange the money at authorized money changers or banks in Kathmandu.
    • Charging & Internet: Most teahouses and lodges offer paid charging facilities for electronic devices. You can carry a power bank or extra batteries for backup. WiFi access is available in some lodges but is limited and may not always be reliable.
    • Personal Expenses: Personal expenses such as snacks, drinks, souvenirs, and equipment rentals are not included in the trekking package and should be budgeted accordingly. Also, carry extra cash for emergencies.
    • Tips: Tipping is a common practice in Nepal tours and the travel industry. It is customary to tip guides and porters after the trip ends. The amount of the tip depends on the level of service provided, but it is usually around 10-20% of the total trekking cost


    Trekking/Hiking Gears (Equipments)

    • Duffel or Rucksack bag (If do not have then Duffel Bag Provided Returnable)
    • Down Sleeping Bag (Provided Returnable)
    • Inner Liner (Provided Returnable)
    • Down Jacket (Provided Returnable)
    • Daypack
    • Hiking pants
    • Water & wind proof  jacket
    • Full – sleeves shirt
    • Jumper or Fleece jacket
    • Pair of T – Shirts
    • Trekking boots (waterproof is better)
    • Sandal, Toilet paper,
    • COTTON THICK SOCKS(2 PAIRS)+Polypropylene/woolsocks (1PAIRS)
    • Light cotton socks for under wool socks
    • Woolen socks to wear with boots
    • Sun hat
    • Gloves
    • Scarf
    • Sun block (lotion) and lip Guard
    • Moisture Cream
    • Goggles or Sunglasses
    • Thermal Long underwear Sets
    • Insulated pants
    • Trekking poles
    • A pair of Crampon
    • wind Breaker pants
    • Water bottle
    • Medical & first aid kit (Provided)
    • Any personal special medicine
    • Flash light or head lamp
    • Batteries and bulbs
    • Swiss army knife
    • Mobile or Camara  charging cable with Adaptor
    • Personal Dry towel
    • Personal toiletries and medication which should be labeled.
    • The Everest three passes trek is one of the most challenging treks in the Himalayas of Nepal. This trek crosses three high 5,000 meters above mountain passes and navigates through steep rugged tracks, glaciers, and isolated areas. This trek is for experienced trekkers only.

    • 3 passes trek can go from 18 days to 23 days. The length of this trek depends upon your itinerary. For instance, our Everest three passes trek is 20 days long, which is also one of the best itineraries with ample acclimatization days and a constant increase in elevation.

    • The three passes trek in the Everest region crosses Kongma La (5,535/18,159ft), Cho La (5420m/17,782ft), and Renjo La (5,340m/17,520ft) passes. These passes connect Chhukung Valley with the Everest base camp and Gokyo Valley. You will explore the Chhukung village, Gokyo Lakes, and Everest base camp on this trek.

    • The three passes trek takes you to remote and isolated parts of the Everest region. This trek covers approximately 160 to 170 kilometers in a span of 20 days.

    • The best time to do three passes trekking is during the months of March, April, May, September, October, and November. These are the best months to do this trek because of stable weather and pleasant climatic conditions.

    • The maximum elevation gain during the Everest three passes trek is 5,545 meters (18,192 ft). You will hike to more than 5,000 meters four times during the trek and spend multiple nights above 2,500 meters.

    • There are many strenuous trekking routes around the world. One of the toughest treks among them is the Everest three passes trek because of its very high elevation, offbeat trail, and isolation of the region from the rest of the world. This trek traverses the extreme environment of the Himalayas, Nepal.

    • No, you can not do the three passes trek without a guide. It is a very demanding trek that requires professional assistance to navigate the passes. Additionally, trekking alone in the Everest region or any other part of the Himalayas in Nepal is banned from 1st April 2023.

    • Yes, you will need a sleeping bag for the 3-pass trek, especially at the higher altitude. The rooms are not heated, so it can get cold even if you use blankets provided by the lodges.

    • Yes, you can customize Everest three passes trek itinerary with us. To tailor-design the itinerary, feel free to contact us anytime. One of our team members will help you customize the packages as per your time, needs, and budget.

    • Yes, you can add a helicopter flight during the three passes trek in Nepal. You can add a helicopter flight from Kathmandu to Lukla or vice versa. We also provide helicopter flights from almost all parts of the trail.

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