Everest Trekking Routes
Trip Grade
Highest Elevation
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Trek Duration
03 Days
Group Size Min
02 Trekker's
Best Time
Sept-December & February-May
Start/End Point
Chhukung to Chhukung

Trip Overview

Chhukung to Island Peak Climbing is rewarded with breathtaking views of Mt Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and other beautiful peaks. This peak climbing is one of the most popular peaks climbing in the Everest region which is at the elevation of 6169m from sea level. For the beginner, this is the perfect peak climbing it is just because most beginners love to start their mountaineering journey with this beautiful peak. It is a short walk leading to a small settlement where we rest for the day and make preparations for the climb. The entire climber gets an opportunity to summit Kala Patthar at the height of 5545m from sea level.

Chhukung to Island Peak Climbing offers the climbers and trekkers an enliven opportunity to entire the universe of the incomparable Himalayas. This peak climbing also offers ideal conditions for experienced climbers to brush up their climbing skills. It is a great way to explore some of the best and most stunning views of the Himalayan ranges. This is situated in the middle of the glaciers giving it the name Island peak with the great views of the mountain, beautiful landscapes, and wonderful forest. Peak climbing is a shorter way of experiencing the delight of island peak mountaineering with a beautiful journey to the Khumbu region.


Climbing is one of the most thrilling and adventurous sports around and is the most common form of climbing. It is an exhilarating adventure that lets you summit many pristine snowy peaks which is not only limited to checking itineraries and increasing your physique. The mountain climbing equipment list is determined by the length of the climb the remoteness of the location and the weather. Some of the essential climbing equipment is like this:

  • Ice ax
  • Crampon
  • Harness
  • Tape slings
  • Helmet
  • Snow bar
  • Rope
  • Ice hammer
  • Plastic mountaineering boot
  • Ice screw

Climbing is the most common form of climbing, requiring a setup for this equipment and using fixed ropes and guides for completion. For peak climbing, you need the right gears and equipment before embarking on mountain climbing. You have to carry good climbing gear for your safety and comfort which makes your journey more pleasurable. While doing peak climbing, you just need to know the basic non-technical climbing gear and equipment. It is intended to act as reminders of those items that we feel are essential for your comfort and convenience.


Nepal is the Himalayan land and the facilities are not available easily. Most of the trekking route of Nepal is located in the Himalayan part of Nepal. For accommodation, we have to stay in the Tea-house or lodges. Tea-house is also called the Bhatti in Nepali. In every tea-house, you will get a room with two small beds with a bedsheet, blanket, and mattress. While doing peak climbing, you do not expect highly luxurious lodges as lodging options are limited and have the availability of basic level service. In Himalayan peak climbing, you must have to share a washroom with other people.

The entire tea house has a large dining room where they will provide you and your group in the local lodge available each day. The accommodation is very basic with limited options while you are trekking in Nepal. While doing peak climbing or trekking in Nepal, you must book the hotel in the advance in the Himalayan land. It is just because the trails are the busiest and you must book the room in advance. In this peak climbing, you will spend two days camping. We will stay in the high camp and base campsite in the camping.


Altitude sickness is the basic sickness while trekking at a high altitude. It is hard to say whether you have altitude sickness or not. This is just because everyone’s body reacts to the altitude differently. The possibility of altitude sickness while traveling at the height of 2500m from the sea level. So it is necessary to know you have to walk at least 300 to 400 meters in a day. This is very important that you are aware of the altitude acclimatization required by the human body in mountain conditions. It not only attracts physically unhealthy people but also healthy suffer from altitude sickness.

Altitude sickness is the major issue that travelers have to overcome during the high-altitude journey in high Himalayan land. Before embarking on the high Himalayan land, we have to know about altitude sickness and the prevention methods of this sickness. While peak climbing or trekking, you must avoid consuming alcohol. And we must drink lots of boiled water, garlic soup and ginger tea which is the best remedy to prevent this sickness. Some of the symptoms of altitude sickness are headache, vomiting, loss of appetite, dizziness, difficulty to breathing, and tiredness. If you feel any symptoms from this you inform your guide or porter who will help you.


It is very difficult to say exactly what to talk about the weather in the Everest region. While trekking in the Himalayan part of Nepal we will never know when climate and weather will change suddenly. The weather generally remains pleasant and offers ideal conditions for climbing. If you choose the best season for this peak climbing then it offers excellent weather and mesmerizing mountain views. On this route, while climbing there will be sunlight in the daytime but in the nighttime, it may get windy and foggy.


It takes only 30 minutes to reach Lukla from Kathmandu valley. The Lukla airport is also known as the Tenzing Hillary airport. It is one of the most popular airports in entire the Everest region. While doing trekking or peak climbing on this route most of the travelers use flight towards Lukla to start their journey.

Details Itinerary

Day 01: Hike to Chhukung Village 4750m.

reach After walking a couple of hours via Dingboche or Kongma La pass as your itinerary (our team meets you in Chhukung sometime evening at your tea house).
Trek time: 3 Hours Trek
Accommodation: Tea House

Day 02: hike to Island Peak Base Camp for 3-4 hours (5,200m)

our climbing guide will train you for 1-2 hours of climbing skills about how to use the crampons, belay ropes, emergency safety, etc.
Trek time: 3/4 Hour trek
Accommodation: Campsite

Day 03: Island Peak Summit 6189m.

Island peak and back to Chhukung, if you are really tired or bad weather you can stay at Base camp and next morning heading to Checking.
Trek time: 9-10 Hours summit Island Peak top 6189m.
Accommodation: Camp or Tea House

Cost Details

Cost Includes

  •  Climbing Permit.
  • Climbing Guide: An experienced, helpful, friendly, and English-speaking Trekking Guide. His well-paid salary, meals, accommodation insurance, etc.
  • $ 500 Garbage Deposit.
  • Climbing Gear as Harness, figure Eight, Rope, Snow bar
  • Meal for Island Peak Base Camp to Base Camp
  • 2-night full board Campsite at Base Campsite
  • After the Success Trip, Everest Trekking Routes will Provide Adventure Certificate.
  • The arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service will be paid for by your Travel insurance company.
  • All government taxes.
  • Service charge.

Cost Includes

  • Climbing Sherpa $ 350
  • Personal Climbing Equipment
  • Personal expenses of any type
  • Travel insurance and evacuation insurance
  • Tipping for Climbing Guide and Kitchen Staff

Trip Map


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Client Reviews

Richard D


Annapurna Circuit Trek with Rabin Gurung

It was a trip we will always remember and be proud of. You need not worry about anything since Dhan (Sameer Gurung) and their group will arrange everything (i.e. Hotel, Food, transportation, a plane ticket to Lukla, etc.). The trekking was long and arduous yet our guide was very accommodating and conscious of us. He knows the place very well and will gladly tell you stories about it along the way. The whole trek was truly breathtaking. You won’t regret this trip! (Note: Try to reach viewing deck areas before sunrise and watch as the sun makes everything look spectacular!☺)

Matthew Gill

London, United Kingdom

Annapurna Circuit Trek with Dhansingh Gurung

Dhansingh guided me on compressed Annapurna Circuit trek late last year and the experience far exceeded my expectations. Having someone who knew the route, language, local culture, weather conditions and wildlife intimately enabled me to relax and get the most from my trip. Nothing was too much trouble and I felt extremely well looked after and safe from the moment I arrived in Nepal right up until I left. I couldn’t recommend more highly, very professional service.

Michael Savage


Annapurna Base Camp Trek with Dhansingh

We had a wonderful time on our trek. We did the 8 day ABC trek. The route is beautiful with lots of stunning vistas. Our guide Dhansingh was knowledgable and friendly and really looked after us. I would be happy to recommend this tour to anyone thinking of tackling ABC.

Al Munari

Paso Robles, California

Everest Gokyo & Renjola Pass with Dhansigh

I first met Dhansingh in May of 2016 when we completed the Renjo La pass. I’ve now returned this summer of ’17 to explore with Dhansingh some areas of Annapurna. Dhansingh’s competency is the first rate, and he a very pleasant person with whom to spend time. I highly recommend Everest Trekking Routes.
Al Munari
Email : munarial@gmail.com
Paso Robles, California

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