Private Vehicle/ Flights
The trek that comes with a climbing experience and is beginner friendly! What more can a trekker wish for? The Island peak climbing trek is 19 days long and is an ideal option for those who are fond of physical activities and the Himalayas. Crossing some of the most exotic passes in the world, passing through typical and rich in culture, traditions, and food villages, along with the panoramic view, makes this Island peak climbing trek one of a kind.
First, trekkers will be spellbound by magical Kathmandu sightseeing, then move for the actual trek starting from Lukla, followed by Everest base camp and eventually to Island peak, which is also widely known as Imja Tse. On the trail of The Island peak climbing trek, one will get close to beautiful villages, local people with warm, hospitable nature and Renjo La Pass (5,338m / 17513.12 ft), Chola Pass (5,420m / 17782.15 ft), and Kala Patthar (5,545m / 18192.26 ft)
The Island peak climbing trek is exciting and has a fair chance of altitude sickness as well, so it is good to have your health in check and consult your doctor beforehand. The Island peak is the most sought option for climbing that has a stunning west face rising from Lhotse Glacier. There are not many technical aspects that go into climbing the Island peak (6,189m/20,305ft), and is also one of the best as an initial attempt for emerging climbers.
Best for both climbing and trekking experiences at once, accompanied by breathtaking nature’s presence all around throughout, is here for you, so gear up and get going for the Island peak climbing trek.
2 - 7
6189 m/ 20305.1ft
Island Peak climbing a wonderful adventure that takes you to some of the exotic passes in the world; Renjo La Pass (5,338m), Chola Pass (5,420m), and Kala Pattar (5,545m). This trip is sure to give you confidence and experience in mountaineering for future ventures.
•We reserve the right to change and that the program may be reversed. Things can happen that make it impossible to meet them as planned. If any meeting or plan would not be feasible, we always try to find an equivalent alternative. In Nepal, you always have a plan B and C!