15 Sep

Island Peak Climbing

In the Valleys of Khumbu and Imja, Everest and other enormous mountains of the Eastern Himalaya influence the skyline. Multi-colored prayer flags and entangled carved Mani stones line each route and pass. Through eight of the planet’s fourteen tallest mountains, Nepal is not short of stunning peak views. On the tour to Island Peak base camp, the climbers will experience friendly Sherpa people, pass by attractive settlements and witness distinctiv...

15 Sep

Lobuche Peak Climbing

Lobuche Peak, situated close to the Khumbu glacier, is one of the less climbed trekking peaks, that's why people love to go to Lobuche Peak Climbing. It is perhaps slightly more difficult than Mera and Island Peak, which makes it the mountain of choice for those wanting to get away from the norm and challenge themselves that bit more. It has two peaks, Lobuche East and Lobuche Far East. Lobuce East is 26m higher at 6145m, so this is the one we cl...

15 Sep

Gokyo Everest Base Camp-Island Peak

Island Peak, also called Imja Tse, is in the upper Everest region, lying basically in the shadow of Everest and the dominating Lhotse and Nuptse walls. The peak was named ‘Island Peak’ because of its striking place in the center of the Chhukung valley, like an island on a sea of ice. It was renamed ‘Imja Tse’ in the early 80s, whereas its original name is still more famous. Inherently, it is a moderately more challenging climb compared to Mera Pe...