Dolma Ri better is known as Pokhalde peak is a shortest and easiest mountain peak climbing in Everest region which is located 12 km southwest of Mount Everest (Khumbu) region at the altitude of 5806m. The Pokhalde peak is one of the popular commercial tourist peaks which can be climbed without any climbing gears like crampons and ice-axes. We can observe the large circular lake of Kongma La Pass from the base camp of Pokhalde peak as it’s located just below the Khongma La Pass.
Pokhalde Peak was first climbed in April 1953 by John Hunt group passing through the Kongma La Pass along its north ridge. This Peak is also known as the rocky peak for it has very little snow during the trekking season and can be done in half day by a fit and cooperated group. Pokhalde Peak summit provides a spectacular view of different mountains including Makalu, Ama Dablam, and Pumori. The best season to do this trek is during March-June and October-December.
2 - 14
5806 m/ 19048.6ft
Pokhalde Peak is the shortest and easiest peak climbing through the Everest region, about anyone with good stamina and fitness level can easily climb it. Culture and tradition of the Sherpa people throughout the trip adds additional charm to climbing the peak.