How hard is Lobuche Peak?

How hard is Lobuche Peak?

The NMA has classified Lobuche East as Trekking Peak and Lobuche West as Expedition peak. Being a trekking peak it is grade as Moderate level climb. You will be making many uphill and downhill climbs on this trek. Climbing the Lobuche peak is suitable for any level of people.

Can you see Everest from Lobuche?

From the summit of Lobuche you have breathtaking panoramic views of the Everest Region. Lobuche Peak is a stunning peak resting at 6,119m/ 20,075 feet above sea level.

How hard is Lobuche East?

The ascending trail from Lobuche village is highly steep and rocky. Thus, the walk up to the Lobuche Base Camp is tiresome. Lobuche East Peak climbing usually requires 5-6 hours of walking every day. But on the day of the summit, you need to walk for 8-10 hours.

How far is it from Lukla to Everest Base Camp?

approximately 38.5 miles
The trek from Lukla (9,200 feet) to Mount Everest Base Camp (17,500 feet) is approximately 38.5 miles (62 kilometers) one-way.

What is the elevation of base camp at Mount Everest?

17,598 feet
Starting elevation: 2,800 meters (9,200 feet) at Lukla. Peak elevation: 5,364 meters (17,598 feet) at Everest Base Camp. Guiding: Recommended but not required.

What is the easiest 8000m peak to climb?

Cho Oyu is the world’s sixth highest mountain and considered to be the easiest of the fourteen 8,000m peaks. As with all ascents at high altitude, the climbing is strenuous and a high standard of fitness is required, but as a peak to experience the thin air at 8,000m for the first time, Cho Oyu is ideal.

How high is Mera peak?

21,247′Mera Peak / Elevation

Mera Peak is 6476m and is the highest trekking peak in Nepal. At this altitude the oxygen content of air is less than half of what it is at sea level – for this reason we would not recommend you take on Mera as your first high-altitude trek.

Can you see Everest from base camp?

You cannot see Mount Everest from EBC While you can’t see Mount Everest from Base Camp – there are other insanely tall mountains blocking your view – from day one of the hike, you’ll have great views of the world’s tallest mountain so you’ll have lots of snaps of Mount Everest from other parts of the hike.

Which Everest Base Camp best?

Ten of the best Everest Base Camp trekking companies

  • Intrepid Travel, 3 tours with a total of 141 reviews.
  • Exodus Travels, 1 tour.
  • G Adventures, 1 tour with a total of 13 reviews.
  • Nepal Hiking Team, 7 tours with a total of 76 reviews.
  • Ace the Himalaya, 3 tours with a total of 59 reviews.