Island Peak Everest
Island Peak Everest is a beautiful mountain peak in the Everest region. It is also known as Imja Tse in the local Sherpa language. Everest Base Camp Trek plus Island Peak Climbing fulfills the dream of every climber who seeks adventure and thrill along with trekking journey to the apex touching mountain. This challenge will make you climb the world and standing on a tiny summit high in the Himalayas is a very special feeling. Himalayan peaks have attracted adventurers, climbers, and explorers for years now. The climbing presents worth full challenges of loads of experiences for each climber. The beauty that lies within the white snow, the chilling mountain winds, and the frozen lakes along the way call out to many people all over the world. The trek leads further up to the best Everest views spot called Kala Patthar and Everest Base camp too in the Khumbu region. This is not a highly technical climbing peak and it takes an additional day or two to scale the peak depending on weather conditions. The magnificence of wild and cold mountains that unfold right before our eye is a reward to all struggles that we went through climbing up the ropes.
Island Peak Everest leads you through breathtaking views of the peaceful valley. It begins from Lukla after 30 minutes mountain flight from Kathmandu valley. The basic package includes both Everest base camp trekking and this peak climbing. Each year more than 300 groups attempt to scale the summit of this peak climbing. Heading to high basins with eye-catching vistas of white peaks you explore the old monastery of this region. While cutting the days to the base camp or any other alternative detour, this particular trip can be done in fewer days. For some people reaching the summit from the base camp is a daily activity. This trip is for the person for looking for the more adventurous wilderness experience in the Himalayas. The main attraction of the Everest region for climbing by means of an inspiring and extremely icy west face which grown from the Lhotse glacier. A reasonably physically fit well-acclimatized person having a strong inclination towards adventure can join this Island peak climbing expedition to scale the top. During the time of trekking, we will pass through the Sagarmatha national park which is home to the many rare animals, birds, flora, and fauna. The season between March to June and September to November is considered the best season for trekking in this route.