Lobuche Peak Climbing is the one the most technical climbing peak in the Nepal which is situated in the famous trekking region of the Nepal i.e. Everest region.It is few miles away from Everest, Lobuche has two different peaks, namely- Lobuche East Peak (6119 m.) and Lobuche West Peak (6145 m). Nepal Holiday Treks Team runs Lobuche East Peak.To climb Lobuche Peak climber should have previous climbing experience or must get trained with climbing practices.
The year’s old cultures of Sherpa people, their warm hospitality, and their own traditional living style are other highlights of this trip.According to the verified record, Laurence and Ang Gyalzen Sherpa made the first ascent of Lobuche east on 25 April 1984. There is the possibility of the climbing peak but we hadn`t record of the expedition. Normally, we use the ice axe and crampons etc. during the expedition of Peak. Lobuche Peak is officially classified as a group “B” expedition trail by the mountaineering association of Nepal. The climbing to the summit of Lobuche depending upon the season, it required to climbing with the angle of 70-75 degrees with the belayed snow climbing. If you have basic knowledge of alpine climbing techniques of using rope climbing, ice axe and crampons then that help you to make your climb much easier.
From the top of the Lobuche peak, we are able to observe the spectacular view of the different highest snow-capped peak of the world. The mount Everest, Lohse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam and Pumori are the highest Himalayas as well climber attracting factor of Lobuche Peak Climbing. As this trip offers to trek to Everest Base Camp, climbers can experience something special there.
The best season for Lobuche Peak Climbing is spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November).
You want to climb another technical peak then Island Peak Climbing is the best alternative for you. Island Peak Climbing is a combined adventure to Khumbu region which includes exploring the cultural and natural wonders of Everest trekking region with challenging yet interesting climbing of Island Peak.
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