Lobuche peak

About the trip

The goal with this trip is to stand on top of the mountain Lobuche peak and look out over a fantastic sunrise over the world’s highest mountains. In front of us we then have a fantastic view of Everest, Cho Oyu and Ama Dablam. The tour can also be combined with a hike to Mount Everest base camp and a the top of Kala Pathar, 5545m. By doing this before, you are well acclimatized and prepared for your climb to the summit of Lobuche. The mountain has two peaks, Lobuche East 6119m and Lobuche West 6135m. On our regular departures, we aim to reach Lobuche East. Before the climb, we rehearse climbing techniques in base camp so that you feel fully prepared and confident before climbing. It is a non-technical mountain, but it is a slightly bigger challenge to climb Lobuche Peak than the other ”trekking” mountains. The climb along the summit ridge up to the main peak includes fun alpine climbing with great views.

The trip starts in Nepal’s capital Kathmandu where we do some sightseeing before flying in a small twinotter airplane to the famous airstrip in Lukla. From there our trek begins that take us through countless Sherpa villages, monasteries and amazing hiking trails up to the foot of the world’s highest mountain Mount Everest and to the top of Lobuche. A memory for life.


Definitely an adventure out of the ordinary. Well organized and world class guides. A memory for life.

Björn Lindvall

Adventurer and entrepreneur

Climbing a mountain in the Himalayas is something few are blessed with. To also do it opposite Mount Everest with a view of some of the world’s highest mountains is unique. A rare experience.

Robin Trygg


The climbing on Lobuche is very nice. If you´ll do the east summit I promise you that I will help you reach the summit.

Chhiring dorje Sherpa


Date and price

The best time to climb Lobuche is during the spring and autumn when at other times there is a monsoon period with large amounts of rainfall and poor visibility. If you wish, it is possible to combine this tour with a hike to Mount Everest Base Camp and the top of Kala Pathar. If you wish to travel without a Swedish guide, we can arrange a private departure for you.



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Day 1

Leaving home and heading for Kathmandu

Day 2

Out local guide pick us up at the airport in Kathmandu and take us to the hotel. In the evening we eat a dinner together and talk about our upcoming adventure.

Day 3

Sightseeing in Kathmandu


Day 4

Leaving Kathmandu for Lukla. Flying a  twin otter and landing at Tenzing Hillary airport.

Day 5

Trekking up to the village Namche Bazaar, 3443m

Day 6

Acclimatization day in Namche Bazaar, 3443m

Day 7

Continue trekking up to the village Tengboche, 3875m.

Day 8

Trek to the village Pheriche, 4371m

Day 9

Acclimatization day in Pheriche, 4371m.

Day 10

Trek to the village Lobuche, 4910m

Day 11

We reach the village of Gorak Shep where we have lunch before continuing to the foot of the world’s highest mountain, Mount Everest Basecamp, 5334m.


Day 12

Early wake up to watch the sun rise over the top of Mount Everest from the top of Kala Patthar, 5643m. Here you get the best view on the trip! Continue down to the village of Lobuche 4910m.


Day 13

Strengthened by previous acclimatization, today we climb towards Lobuche High Camp, 5200m. Here we sleep in tents and recharge for tomorrow’s summit attack.

Day 14

Going from high camp up to the top of Lobuche. Enjoy the striking view and take our top photos before heading down to the village of Pheriche where we sleep in a lodge.


Day 15

Trek to the village Pangboche.

Day 16

Trek to the village Namche Bazaar. 

Day 17

Last day of trekking. Going to the village Lukla.

Day 18

Early flight to Kathmandu. Sleeping in a 5-star hotel. 


Day 19

Free day in Kathmandu.

Day 20

Leaving Kathmandu and heading back home.


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