Island Peak Climbing- Nepal's Most Popular Peak

Climb Peak in Everest region with Sherpa

Island peak climbing is an adventurous expedition in Khumbu region. Less risk with moderate climb up to 6,187m, - island peak summit, and opens its way to beginners as well.

Beginning the trial from Lukla, you will pass different Sherpa villages, resting on the bank of Dudhkoshi and reach Namche, the Himalayan Thamel. The uphills and downhills, stone paved path and rocky trail, glacier path and bank of Dodhkoshi become your trial.

Leading Everest base camp you will back to Dingboche, for Island peak base camp. The mani walls, chorten, monasteries and suspension bridges over flowing Dudhkoshi energize you. View of Mt. Everest, Mt. Loshte. Mt. Loshte shar, Amma Doblam, Tabuche, Cholache, Mt. Thamsekhu, Khakteka, Khusum and Khangagru from Tengboche, Pherichi, and onward path attracts you most.

In short you can take Island peak as combine form of Everest base camp trek and expedition to Island peak summit. Everest base camp, Sunrise view from kalapather, and successful climb to summit of Island peak are the most memorable and major point of excitement of entire trip.

The Island peak climbing include total eighteen days on which you will spend 15 days on Everest region. The best services of tea houses on such a difficult landscape, kind hospitality of Sherpa always supports you. To climb a peak is not only a matter of joy, its creating a history and having new identity.

The pride of Nepal, Mt. Everest stands near by you.  Stepping on the six thousanders, Island peak (6,187 m) is a great achievement for a trekker and make you a climber. Under the guidance of expert, you will make your successful expedition along with wonderful trek to Imja valley.

Every steps of your trek create a beautiful memory on Khumbu region. The unforgettable landscape, smiling ranges, raring yak, flowing river, blooming rhododendron and innocent Sherpa spreading Buddhism are more than enough to relief your hard walk and generate positive vibes on you.

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