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

Trip Overview

Dingboche Lobuche Peak Climbing has a point which is the mesmerizing views of the mountain with nature’s beauty. While attending this peak climbing get an opportunity to explore one of the best villages on these routes. A peak climbing of these routes is not so challenging so every beginner trekker also can do this peak climbing. During the time of this peak climbing, we will have an opportunity to know about the lifestyle style of the Sherpa people. The Sherpa’s are the local tribes of this route who have their own culture, traditions, and language. Most of the Sherpa people are determined by Tibetan Buddhism.

Dingboche Lobuche Peak Climbing become more popular than other peak climbing in Nepal which offers mesmerizing Himalayan views, Tibetan Sherpa culture, tradition, and monasteries. These routes have great hiking snow peaks that captivate mountaineers with the unreal charm and natural splendor of this peak climbing. This peak climbing allows the trekkers to discover beautiful villages, mountain ridges, and beautiful glaciers. It combines the challenging sections of the trek with a sublime landscape view like Gokyo Lake, the beautiful Khumbu glacier, and also a beautiful sunrise view. This peak climbing is the most exciting trekking peak in Nepal which is situated in the Solukhumbu district Khumbu region.


Climbing types of equipment are the most essential thing while doing peak climbing in all Nepal. Peak climbing in Nepal generally refers to climbing up to 6500m peaks which are one day climb to the summit and back to base camp. Trekking peaks are also classified into two kinds and it is essential that every peak climbing requires technical skill, enough gear, and equipment. It is very essential to pack the right equipment and climbing gear which makes your journey a lot easier and more comfortable. While climbing, we must carry the essential gears like:


  • Crampons
  • Ice ax
  • Climbing harness
  • Mountaineering boots
  • Rope
  • Snow bar
  • Ice hammer
  • Helmet


  • Hat and scarf
  • Fleece jacket and waterproof jacket
  • Lightweight gloves and heavyweight gloves
  • Woolen pants and waterproof shell pants
  • Woolen socks and hiking boots
  • Sunglasses and sun cream


  • Trekking pole
  • Headlamp
  • Sleeping bag
  • Trekking bag pack
  • First aid kit
  • Sleeping pad
  • Quick-drying towel
  • Soap, toothbrush, and tissue paper
  • Water bottles
  • Face and body moisturizer


While doing peak climbing on this route we have to stay in the tea-house in the Himalayan part of Nepal. Most of the tourist places in Nepal are lies in the Himalayan part so luxury hotels are not available. The lodge or tea-house will be the main accommodation while you stay overnight in the village and these lodges are operated by the locals that help them earn a living. The tea-house accommodation will only have shared basic facilities to stay overnight. A tea-house is the combination of a guest house, restaurant, and social hang-out, and this tea-house is also called ‘Bhatti’ in the Nepali language.

Accommodation in Nepal is available in different types where the hotel here ranges from luxurious to simple. In the Himalayan part, you have to share your room with your friends. Accommodation along the trek is rustic and all accommodation is based on a twin share. In most of the places on this route, the rooms have usually two small beds, mattresses, sheets, and blankets. During the time peak climbing, we have to stay in a tent also. We will spend two days in camp in high camp and base camp. While doing peak climbing, all the members of the group will get an individual tent for sleeping.


Altitude sickness may occur while you trek or peak climb at the elevation of 2500m from the sea level. These are the basic problems while doing trekking or peak climbing. While doing peak climbing in this route, you have to walk at least 300 to 400m for a day. Altitude sickness is also known as Acute Mountain Sickness and you might face this problem on the high altitude journey. It is a common health effect due to a lack of oxygen in the blood and tissues at a high altitude. This sickness may have to face all the trekkers even though physically healthy people also have to face this problem.

Altitude sickness in general may occur when people ascend too quickly normally at an altitude of over 300m. If a person stays at a high altitude for an extended period and they may develop long-term altitude sickness. You must be careful while doing peak climbing or trekking and must avoid alcohol at a high altitude. During the time trekking, you must drink lots of boiled water, ginger tea, and garlic soup. It is necessary to know about the symptoms of altitude sickness. Some of the symptoms of altitude sickness are headache, dizziness, vomiting, difficulty in breathing, and loss of appetite.


The weather of the Himalayan part mostly remains stable with a moderate climate and stunning views. This trip is most challenging and adventurous so you are recommended to choose the right time and best weather and climate. The weather in the Himalayan part of Nepal is pretty difficult and not predictable. Before embarking on trekking you need to know about the season and weather before you plan to trek or peak climbing in Nepal. Many visitors travel to Nepal and trekking is fine in all the Himalayan regions.


Before embarking on trekking, we have to take a flight towards Lukla which is just 30 minutes from Kathmandu valley. It is important to build some buffer days into your itinerary in the Everest region. This airport is at the height of 2846m from the sea level which is also called Tenzing Hillary airport at the high altitude. Every trekker who wants to trek in the Everest region chooses flight.

Details Itinerary

Day 1: Trek to Lobuche Peak High Camp (5337) 6-hour trek.

Meet our staff at Dingboche before your departure and stay overnight at the tent.
Trek time: 5/6 Hour trek
Accommodation: Caming

Days: Summit Lobuche East Expedition 6119m.

Earlier morning start and climb to the summit (6119m) and then back to camp.
Trek time: 9/10 Hour Climbing to Lobuche top 6119m.
Accommodation: Camping

Day 3: Trek to Pangboche

Trek to Lobuche or Pangboche if you are planning EBC or back to Dingboche way back down
Trek time: Final departure
Accommodation: Select the self lodge

Cost Details

Cost Includes

  • Lobuche Peak 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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