Everest Three High Passes Trek

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Everest Three High Passes trek presents an exceptional chance to witness gigantic Himalayan ranges over 8000m including the highest Mt. Everest, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Makalu, and the Ngozumpa Glacier the largest glacier in the Nepal Himalayas. Everest Three High Passes Trek is an exciting adventure in the lap of the Himalayas. Everest High Pass Trek is one of the best trekking trails in Nepal. It will take you through a rugged high-altitude mountain trail offering a thrilling lifetime adventure experience.

This 19-day Everest trek passes over  5000m  high mountains in the Everest region. Kongma La Pass (5,535/18,159 ft), Cho La Pass (5420 m/17,782 ft), and Renjo La Pass (5,340 m/17,520 ft) are three. Along with that, the trek also takes you to some of the major destinations in the Everest region including Everest base camp, Kala Patthar, Gokyo Ri, and Gokyo Lake.

Everest Three High Passes Trek

This 19-day Everest Three High Passes Trek is a challenging trek among all other tea house treks in Nepal. The treks will take you through steep and rocky terrain, lush green forests, ever-flowing glacial rivers, and amazing mountain settlements. During the Everest Three High Passes trek, you will witness the breathtaking views of  Makalu (8,463 m), Lhotse (8,516 m), Cho Oyu (8,201 m), Everest (8,848 m), and Ngozumpa Glacier. You’ll be able to see many monasteries, Chhotre-laden, and scribbles of prayers.

Everest Three High Passes Trek Overview

The 19-day Everest Three High Passes trek embarks with a historical and cultural tour in  Kathmandu Valley. After a scenic mountain flight to the Tenzing-Hillary Airpot at Lukla, we begin our trek through Phakding. Then walking through the beautiful pine forest along the raging Dudh Koshi River. We will cross the amazing Sherpa villages of Benkar, Monjo, Chioma, and Jorsale to finally reach Namche Bazaar. From Namche, we will make our way to Tengboche Monastery which is the largest monastery in the Everest region located at an altitude of 3860 m. We then continue our trek to Dingboche and conquer crossing the highest pass among the three – Kongma La pass. After crossing the Kongma La, we will make our way to the famous Everest base camp and Kala Patthar.

We then hike back and head towards Cho La Pass through the villages of Lobuche and Dzongla. After summiting the Cho La Pass, we will trek through a downward trail to the majestic lakes of Gokyo. The journey of the Everest Three High Passes trek begins with hiking to Gokyo lakes and continues to trek to the final pass of Renjo La.

We then follow an ancient route via Nangpo La to reach Thame and then Namche. Finally, after 19 days of magical journey, we concluded our trip to Lukla and took our flight back to Kathmandu. Everest Three High Passes Trek is a perfect trekking destination for travel enthusiasts looking for challenging trekking. However, if you are looking for a slightly less adventurous trek that also includes trekking to Everest Base Camp, Gokyo Valley, and Kala Patthar then, Everest Base Camp Trek via Gokyo Lake is an ideal choice.

Note: The provided hotel is of the 2-3 star category and can be customized to meet the needs of the visitor. Furthermore, the itinerary is a basic outline of the trek that can be adjusted and modified upon request.

  • Trip Starts: Kathmandu-Kathmandu
  • Trip Grade: Strenuous
  • Transportation: plan
  • Trip Duration: 19 Days
  • Trip Activity: Trekking, Adventure
  • Trekking Guide: Available (Male)
  • Group Size:2 - 15 pax
  • Fixed Departures: Yes
  • Min Age: 12 years or above
  • Security: 100% Guaranteed!
  • Customized Trip Route: Available
  • Best Season: Sharad Ritu (Autumn)

Everest Three High Passes Trek Itinerary

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Once you land at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, our friendly representative will be there to give you a warm welcome. Look for them outside the arrival terminal. They’ll take you to your hotel in our private vehicle for our journey of Everest Three High Passes trek.

You’ll spend the night in Kathmandu for this Everest Three High Passes trek.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Hotel
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast

Today, you’ll have two options: either get ready for your Three High Passes trek or explore the sights of Kathmandu Valley. If you still need some trekking gear, you can buy what you need. If you’ve already prepared in your own country, you can discuss any final details with your guide for this Three High Passes trek.

Kathmandu offers different main places to explore: Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swayambhunath Stupa, Boudhanath Stupa, and Pashupatinath Temple. These are important world heritage sites, each with its unique religious significance.

You’ll spend the night in Kathmandu.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Hotel
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast

We start our day early, heading to Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu for a scenic 40-minute flight to Tenzing Hillary Airport in Lukla (2,800 meters) for this thrilling adventure of the Everest Three High Passes trek. Upon arrival, our guide will provide a briefing and introduce you to our porters before we kick off our trek towards Phakding (2,640 meters).

Once we meet our crew, we begin the trek by descending to the Dudh Koshi River, connecting to the main trail leading to Namche Bazaar. Continuing on, we pass through the village of Ghat (2,550 meters). The walk today is relatively easy. After a short stroll from Ghat, we reach our destination for the day, Phakding.

You’ll spend the night at a local teahouse in Phakding.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Hotel
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

After breakfast, we set off for Namche Bazaar. The Everest Three High Passes trek involves a mix of uphill and downhill stretches, with several crossings of the Dudh Koshi River. As we continue, we reach the village of Benkar, offering a breathtaking view of Mt. Thamserku (21,675 feet). We cross multiple bridges and arrive at the entrance of Sagarmatha National Park in Monjo. Crossing the Jorsale village, we eventually reach Namche Bazaar, often referred to as the Gateway to the Everest region. Namche provides picturesque views of Everest, Lhotse, Tawache, and other stunning peaks.

You’ll spend the night at a local teahouse in Namche Bazaar.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Hotel
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Today is a planned rest day to help your body adjust to the high altitude. We’ll spend the day in Namche, acclimatizing to the elevation. Our short trek will take us to a museum known for its exhibits showcasing the traditional costumes of the Sherpa people. Additionally, we’ll hike to Syangboche Airport and the Everest View Hotel, which is one of the highest hotels in the world. From this vantage point, we can enjoy stunning views of the Himalayas, including a glimpse of Mount Everest.

You’ll spend the night at a local teahouse in Namche Bazaar.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Today’s journey starts with an easy trail to Phunki Thanga, offering superb views of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and a close-up view of Thamserku. The trek continues on a gradual path with a few ups and downs. Descending steadily to Kyangjuma, we then reach Sanasa, a trail junction to Gokyo Valley and Everest Base Camp. After crossing a suspension bridge over the Dudh Koshi River, we trek through pine forests to reach Phunki Tenga. Following a steep climb through a pine forest, we finally arrive at Tengboche, where close-up views of Ama-Dablam, Nuptse, and Everest await. We’ll also explore the Tengboche Monastery, the largest Buddhist monastery in the Khumbu region.

You’ll spend the night at a local teahouse in Tengboche.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

After breakfast, we embark on our trek to Dingboche to meet our destiny Everest Three High Passes Trek. Today’s journey covers about 9 kilometers, and it’s a relatively easy trail, mostly downhill, surrounded by beautiful Rhododendron trees. After a few hours of walking, we’ll cross a bridge over the Imja River, leading us to Pangboche. Throughout the Everest Three High Passes trek, the open area offers trekkers more and more views of stunning landscapes. Continuing towards the Imja Valley, we eventually reach Dingboche.

You’ll spend the night at a local teahouse in Dingboche.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Today’s trek involves both uphill and downhill sections. Along the trail, you’ll come across traditional farms and fences built with local stones. As we pass through the Imja Khola valley, about half an hour of walking brings us to Chhukung, where we’ll have lunch before heading to Chhukung Ri. The climb to Chhukung Ri may take around 4-5 hours, and it’s a suitable option for beginners as it’s not as technically challenging as some other peaks. From the summit, you’ll be treated to a fantastic view of Ama Dablam, Amphu, Abuche peaks, and more. We then return to Chhukung village for an overnight stay.

You’ll spend the night at a local teahouse in Chhukung. Today,  It was great experience we took from Everest Three High Passes Trek.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Today, we’ll be crossing Kongma La Pass (5,535 meters), one of the highest points on our Everest Three High Passes trek. There are two trails to cross the pass: one in the northwest of Chhukung over the Nuptse Glacier moraines, and the other retraces our steps back to Bibre and follows the trail above the Niyang Khola. Since there are no hotels, shops, or teahouses along the way, we’ll bring our own packed foods and water. At the top of Kongma La Pass, we’ll see beautiful Buddhist prayer flags. The final descent after crossing the pass is the most challenging part of today’s trek. Climbing the moraine on the far side, the trail turns north of Khumbu Glacier, leading us to Lobuche.

You’ll spend the night at a local teahouse in Lobuche for our Three High Passes trek.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Today’s trail is of moderate difficulty as we make our way to Gorak Shep before heading to Everest Base Camp. We kick off our hike along the lateral moraine of the Khumbu Glacier. As we progress, we’ll catch sight of the north ridge of Everest, as well as Pumori, Mahalangur, Lingtern, Khumbutse, Nuptse, and other mountains.

The journey of the Everest Three High Passes trek includes a steep climb to the top of Changri Glacier, followed by a descent to Gorak Shep, where we’ll have lunch and rest for about two hours. Afterward, we embark on the trek to Everest Base Camp, the closest point to Mt. Everest. The path takes us through rocky dunes, moraines, and streams until we reach the base camp. The views of the Khumbu Icefall from the base camp are spectacular, and you’ll be treated to breathtaking views of Nuptse, Khumbuste, and Pumori mountains. After spending some time admiring the majestic scenery, we trek back to Gorak Shep.

You’ll spend the night at a local teahouse in Gorak Shep.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Today marks one of the most challenging yet rewarding days of this Everest Three High Passes trek. The majority of the day is dedicated to climbing Mt. Kalapatthar at 5,550 meters. From the summit, you’ll enjoy an exceptional view of Everest. After spending some time at Kalapatthar, we descend towards Lobuche, a small village surrounded by rocky mountains and the Himalayas. While there are mostly older-style lodges, in recent years, more modernized lodges have opened, some offering internet and oxygen services.

You’ll spend the night at a local teahouse in Lobuche.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Starting from Lobuche for the mission of Everest Three High Passes Trek, we descend alongside the Khumbu Glacier. The trail splits into two, and we take the right side to reach Dzongla. In the distance, a stupa and tombstone become visible. Following this, the trail gradually ascends. As we climb, we’ll come across Chola Tsho Lake. After crossing Chola Khola, we reach Dzongla.

You’ll spend the night at a local teahouse in Dzongla.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Today, our trek begins early, around 4-5 am, to ensure we cross Chola Pass before midday. As we start, you’ll be able to see Ama Dablam towering over a range of mountains to the south, and Cholatse to the west. The route might be a bit challenging due to the high altitude and steep, loose rocks. Snow could pose difficulties while crossing Chola Pass, and there’s a risk of falling rocks, even in good weather. However, the view from the top of Chola Pass is truly magnificent.

We’ll descend to our destination, Gokyo, crossing Khara Panka and the Ngozumpa glacier, the longest glacier in Nepal. Along the way, you’ll enjoy beautiful views of Kantega and the impressive Cho Oyu mountain during this  Everest Three High Passes trek time. Gokyo is home to a series of six lakes, with the third one being Gokyo Lake.

You’ll spend the night at a local teahouse in Gokyo.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Early in the morning, we embark on a steep climb to the top of Gokyo-Ri at an elevation of 5,485 meters. The effort is rewarded with breathtaking views of the stunning Gokyo valley, the massive Ngozumpa glacier, and an incredible panoramic display of the entire Khumbu Himalayan range, including giants like Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho-Oyu, and Gyachung Kyang. After spending an hour at the summit, we descend back to Gokyo.

You’ll spend the night at a local teahouse in Gokyo.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

After having breakfast at the teahouse, we’ll start our trek to Rermo Pokhari via Renjo Pass (5,345 meters ) to meet for Everest Three High Passes Trek. The trail runs alongside Dudh Pokhari for a while, and after about two hours of walking, we descend towards Renjo Pass. Along the way, you’ll witness the beautiful landscapes of the Himalayas. The view from the top of Renjo Pass is similar to the one from Gokyo Ri, offering a panoramic sight of the third Gokyo Lake and Gokyo Village below the Ngozumpa Glacier. We’ll visit Rermo Pokhari and enjoy sightseeing if time permits.

You’ll spend the night at a local teahouse in Rermo Pokhari.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

After an early breakfast, we begin our descent to Thame. Along the trail, you’ll catch sight of an impressive snow peak about 150 meters above Thame. Thame is a traditional Sherpa village that has remained untouched by the bustling Everest trekking crowds and is home to one of the oldest monasteries in the region. The village is close to the hometown of Apa Sherpa, who successfully summited Everest 21 times. From Thame, we gradually descend on a trail passing through a few small villages before reaching Namche Bazaar.

You’ll spend the night at a local teahouse in Namche Bazaar.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Finally, we make our way back to Lukla, where our trek initially started. The trail starts with a downhill walk, crossing several suspension bridges over the Dudh Koshi River. As we trek further, the trail levels out. We pass through rhododendron, pine, and oak forests, encountering several Sherpa villages adorned with prayer stones and prayer flags, until we eventually reach Lukla.

You’ll spend the night at a local teahouse in Lukla.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Guest House
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Taking in the final views of the mountains of Everest Three High Passes trek, a quick 40-minute scenic flight brings us back to Kathmandu. Upon arrival in Kathmandu, we’ll be taken back to our respective hotels from Everest Three High Passes Trek. In the evening, there will be a farewell dinner to celebrate the successful completion of your mountain journey.

Note: If you’re interested in extending your trip, there are many options available, such as the Chitwan jungle safari, river rafting, adventure Kathmandu shopping tour, mountain biking, and other activities. During the farewell dinner, you can explore these options with cultural restaurants. After Everest Three High Passes Trek we have to take different experiences in life time.

You’ll spend the night in Kathmandu back from the Everest Three High Passes trek.

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Hotel
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast

Today marks the end of your time in Nepal, and it’s time to head back to your home country. Our team will ensure you reach Tribhuvan International Airport with plenty of time—three hours before your flight departure.

Before your departure, our team would like to express our gratitude for sharing this incredible journey with us. If you have any feedback or if there’s anything we can assist you with, please feel free to let us know.

Safe travels, and we hope to welcome you back to Nepal in the future!

  • accomodation-icon Accommodation:Hotel
  • meal-icon Meals: Breakfast

Everest Three High Passes Trek Includes/Exclude

Cost Include

  • Airport pick up (Company Name Plate) & drop off service by private tourist vehicle.
  • All ground transportation on a comfortable vehicle as per the itinerary.
  • Accommodation in a hotel in Kathmandu with Breakfast.
  • All your standard Meals during the lodge to lodge during the trek(Breakfasts,Lunches and Dinners).
  • Lodges, Guesthouses accommodation during the trek.
  • Nepal Government license on holder English speaking trekking guide.
  • The required number of local staff and porters to carry your luggage during the trek (We assign one porter for every two guests below 25 kg.).
  • Food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment and medicine for all staff.
  • Everest National Park permits and TIMS card for trekking.
  • Sleeping bag by Adventure White Himalaya trek (which one is need to be returned after the trek).
  • Airfare from Kathmandu Lukla – Kathmandu including airport departure tax in Kathmandu and Lukla airport.
  • Adventure White Himalaya Treks duffel bag/kit bag and T-shirt.
  • Farewell dinner in typical Nepali Restaurant with cultural dance show on second last day.
  • All our government taxes, vat, tourist service charges.
  • Official expenses Insurance for guide and porters
  • Salary for guide and porters
  • All information about trekking, tour and expeditions.
  • Certificate of achievement

Cost Exclude

  • Emergency mountain medical rescue (provided by your insurance company please buy it in your country
  • International air fare your home Country to Nepal.
  • Nepal Entry Visa fees.
  • Insurance which covers, medical, emergency evacuation, lost, theft expenses.
  • Emergency mountain medical rescue (provided by your insurance company please buy it in your country you can’t buy it in Nepal).
  • Meals while not on the trek.
  • Personal Porter Personal expenses such as snacks, all drink, Wi-Fi, hot shower, gear, laundry, phone calls, etc.
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu in case of early arrival, late departure, and early return from the mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary
  • Personal gear and expenses.
  • Tips for the guide and porter.
  • Travel insurance: Travel Insurance covers emergency Rescue and Evacuation. (you can buy it in your country you can’t buy it in Nepal)
  • Nepal entry visa: You can obtain a visa easily upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu.
  • Tourist Visa with Multiple entries for 30 days: This VISA can be obtained by paying US $ 40 or equivalent foreign currency.
  • Tourist Visa with Multiple entries for 90 days: This VISA can be obtained by paying US $ 100. Please bring 2 copies of passport size photos).

Hint: Tips for the guide and porter (tips are not compulsory but this is your satisfaction with them if you are really happy with them service of them you can give as respect as tips).

Everest Three High Passes Trek Information

Physical Level and Preparation

Everest Three High Passes Trek is a strenuous journey that leads to one of the most famous locations on Earth. Being physically ready is essential to guaranteeing a fun and safe experience. Given that you will be walking for several hours each day and climbing to high altitudes, this Everest Three High Passes trek calls for a moderate to high degree of fitness.

Preparation Tips:

  • Cardiovascular Fitness: To increase endurance, do frequent aerobic exercises like cycling, jogging, and trekking.
  • Strength Training: To tackle the challenging terrain, strengthen your upper body, core, and leg muscles.
  • Altitude Acclimatization: To prevent altitude sickness, consider rest days in your plan for acclimatization.
  • Pack Light: Make sure your backpack is as light as it gets. Bring only what you need.
  • Mental Preparedness: Mentally prepare yourself for the difficult journey. It’s not just a physical but also a mental battle.

Group Size

Groups of two to fifteen people usually travel to Everest Three High Passes trek, under the guidance of an expert guide and assisted by a group of local staff members. Because of the controlled group size, fellow trekkers may bond and have more individualized experiences.


Depending on your preferences and what’s available along the way, lodging options for the hiking range from simple teahouses to opulent hotels. The following is a list of common lodging choices for Everest Three High Passes Trek:

  • Teahouses: These are straightforward, family-run lodges that offer a bed, simple food, and a cozy setting.
  • Lodges: Along the hike, there are settlements with lodges that offer extra facilities like attached restrooms and hot showers.
  • Tented Camps: Tented camps are another option for lodging in distant regions; these provide a more daring experience.


Packing light is crucial when Everest Three High Passes trek. Your primary luggage will be transported between lodges by a porter or yak, and you’ll just need to bring a small daypack with the necessities (water, snacks, layers, camera).

Spirit of Travel

The Everest Three High Passes trek is about savoring the thrill and the journey rather than just getting to the summit. Along the way, you’ll see Sherpa culture, see beautiful scenery, and create enduring friendships with other hikers. This journey of Everest Three High Passes trek pushes your physical boundaries and uplifts your spirit while serving as a constant reminder of the wonder and resiliency of the natural world.

Several variables, such as the trekking season, the length of the trek, the type of service you select, and whether you travel with a guide or on your own, can affect the price of the Everest Three High Pass trek. The typical breakdown of trek costs is as follows:

  • Guided trek: The cost of a guided trip usually includes permits, lodging, meals, transportation to Lukla, a guide, and occasionally a porter. Everest Three High Passes Trek with a guide is advised for your safety and convenience. Guided treks might cost anywhere between $1,200 and $2,500 per person on average.
  • Independent trek: It will usually be less expensive to travel alone, but you will have to make your arrangements for lodging, food, permits, and transportation. Travelers on a tight budget can finish the hike for about $1,000 to $1,200, not including permits and equipment.
  • Peak season vs Off season: Due to increased demand, trekking during the busiest seasons—spring and autumn—tends to be more costly. Winter and monsoon, which are off-peak seasons, have more favorable weather but also cost less.

Cancellation Fees:

It’s important to know about the possible cancellation penalties before starting the Everest Three High Pass trek climb in case your plans change. It is important to read and comprehend the cancellation policy of the tour operator before making a reservation, as these costs may differ based on the operator. Generally speaking, cancellation fees can increase the closer you are to your departure date. To lessen possible losses, think about getting travel insurance that includes cancellation coverage.


Tips for Everest Three High Passes trek

  • Pack Light: You can avoid paying porter costs by packing lightly. Bring only clothing and necessities.
  • Local Currency: For modest purchases along the trail, it is advised to bring small quantities of Nepalese Rupees. There are ATMs in larger towns like Namche Bazaar.
  • Split Costs: To cut down on individual spending, if you’re traveling in a group, think about splitting the cost of lodging, food, and guides.

What Justifies Getting Insurance?

Getting insurance is a must when organizing an adventure trip, such as a hike to the Everest Three High Pass trek. Even though it could appear like an extra cost, it provides priceless security and comfort. These are strong arguments for thinking about getting insurance for your hike:

  • Emergency Medical Coverage: There are risks associated with trekking to high elevations, such as altitude sickness and injuries, such as being at the Everest Three High Pass trek. Emergency medical costs are covered by travel insurance, including, if needed, helicopter evacuation.
  • Lost or Stolen Property: Personal property can be stolen or lost anywhere, including when hiking. The expense of replacing misplaced or stolen goods, such as equipment, electronics, or passports, may be covered by insurance.
  • Emergency Evacuation: You might need to be flown by helicopter to a medical center in the event of a serious illness or injury. Although these evacuations can be expensive, travel insurance frequently pays for them.
  • Search and Rescue: Insurance may be able to assist with the costs associated with conducting a search and rescue operation in certain, uncommon circumstances.


The Everest Three High Passes trek is a thrilling experience that takes you through a variety of landscapes and shifting weather. Having the right gear is essential to guarantee your comfort, safety, and happiness on the hike. The whole list of tools you’ll need is as follows:


Small Personal Equipment

  • Backpack: A cozy, well-fitting backpack (30–40 liters) to hold water, snacks, additional clothing, and personal goods, among other everyday necessities.
  • Trekking Boots: Well-made, waterproof, cozy boots that provide supportive ankles.
  • Hiking Socks: Warm, moisture-wicking socks that keep your feet dry and blister-free.
  • Headlamp: For usage at night and in lodges with low lighting, a headlamp with additional batteries. The above equipment are necessary thing for the Everest Three High Passes Trek


Personal Pharmacy

  • Prescription Drugs: Please include a copy of your prescription for any prescription drugs you may require.
  • Painkillers: Over-the-counter analgesics such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen.
  • Antibiotics: Wide-spectrum drugs to treat common ailments.
  • Medication to prevent diarrhea: Imodium or a comparable drug.
  • First Aid Kit: Contains tweezers, gauze pads, adhesive tape, and antiseptic wipes.
  • Personal Prescriptions: Any other prescription drugs you may need.


Everest Three High Passes Trek Gear and Clothing

  • Base Layers: Breathable, moisture-wicking base layers for insulation and control of moisture.
  • Insulation: For lower temperatures, a cozy fleece or down jacket.
  • Outer Layer: A windproof, waterproof jacket with a hood to ward off the weather.
  • Trekking Pants: Versatile trekking pants with zip-off legs that are lightweight and quick to dry.
  • Gloves: For cold weather, mittens or gloves with insulation.
  • Hat: For protection from the heat, wear a sun hat or a thick beanie in chilly weather.


Validity of Passport: Verify that your passport is valid.

Nepal visa: To enter Nepal, the majority of visitors need to have a valid visa. When you arrive at Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport or other border crossings, you can obtain a visa. For the most recent information, check with the Nepalese Embassy or Consulate in your home country as visa requirements and fees are subject to change.


Medications for Everest Three High Passes Trek

  • Altitude Sickness Medications: To help prevent or treat altitude sickness, speak with a healthcare provider about drugs like Diamox (acetazolamide). It’s critical to talk about the right dosage and any possible negative effects.
  • Personal Prescriptions: Make sure you always have a sufficient amount of prescription medications on hand, as well as a copy of the prescription.
  • First Aid Kit: Always keep a simple first aid kit on you that includes bandages, antiseptic wipes, painkillers, and any prescription drugs you might require.
  • Water Purification: To guarantee that you have safe drinking water during the walk, bring tablets or portable water filtration equipment.


Trekking to Everest Three High Pass trek allows you to experience Nepal’s spectacular scenery. Nepal is known for its rich culture, kind people, and towering Himalayan peaks. This is a guide about the nation, including its laws, traditions, environment, fauna, safety precautions, and other pertinent details for your hike:

Usages & Customs

Honor Local Culture: Nepal is a multicultural nation that combines Buddhist and Hindu customs. Respecting regional traditions is crucial, and this includes dressing modestly and taking off your shoes before entering houses or temples.

Namaste: In Nepal, it’s usual to greet someone with a polite “Namaste” and a small bow. Acquire a few fundamental phrases in Nepali to improve your communication with people there.


Regarding Your Strolls:

Trekking Licenses: Make sure you possess the required trekking permissions, which include the TIMS card and the Sagarmatha National Park Permit, which are essential for the Everest Base Camp hike.

Teahouse Lodging: Throughout the hike, some teahouses provide food and lodging. It is customary to place food orders at your lodging because these businesses depend on the business of hikers.


Fauna and Flora

Biodiversity: A wide range of fauna, such as snow leopards, red pandas, Himalayan tahr, and other bird species, can be found in the Everest region. Respecting the surrounding ecosystem and fauna is crucial when going on a journey.


Environmental Situation:

Leave No Trace: Reduce your influence on the environment by adhering to the principles of Leave No Trace. This includes eliminating single-use plastics and properly disposing of rubbish.

Local Initiatives: To improve the sustainability of the area, and support neighborhood environmental and conservation efforts.

Minimize Our Carbon Footprint

We advise hikers to steer clear of single-use plastics and to use reusable water bottles.

We encourage staying at energy-efficient lodges and using as little fuel as possible when the Everest Three High Passes trek.

When feasible, we encourage using public transportation as one of our eco-friendly travel options.


Preserve Wildlife:

We place a strong emphasis on the conservation of wildlife and forbid disturbing or endangering it while on the walk.

Our contribution to local conservation efforts keeps the biodiversity of the area intact.


The Commandments of Responsible Travel:

Before the trip

Respect and Research: Learn everything you can about the environment, customs, and culture of your location. Respect the culture by being aware of and following local traditions.

Pick Ethical Operators: Make sure that the hotels, tour companies, and other services you choose are firmly committed to sustainable tourism and ethical travel.

Pack With Thought: Only bring what you need and pack light. Reduce waste by staying away from disposable items and single-use plastics.


During the trip to Everest Three High Passes trek

Respect Local Culture: When visiting places of worship or cultural significance, dress modestly, ask permission before taking pictures, and engage in polite conversation with the locals.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Utilize reusable things and recycle as much as you can to reduce waste. Empty rubbish into the appropriate bins.

Energy and Resource Conservation: When not in use, turn off the lights, heaters, and air conditioners to conserve resources. Take shorter showers and use less water.


After the trip

Exchange Knowledge: To encourage moral travel behavior, impart to others your understanding of and experiences with responsible travel.

Think and Learn: After your journey, think back on how you can make your future travels more responsible.

Positive and constructive criticism regarding tour operators’ and lodgings’ efforts at responsible tourism should be directed towards them.

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Everest Three High Passes Trek Reviews

5.0 Based on 2 Reviews
Edmund Lim

Truly amazing trek I ever had

I have an amazing trip with adventure white himalaya trek, very responsible boss Mr Ganesh and super portal/guide Mr Keshab. I truly appreciate for all the good taken care of. They are very experienced and professional, not to worry even you come alone. Adventure white is always your choice

Adri Jacobs (South Africa)

You made my dream come true: EBC and 3 Passes

After summiting Kilimanjaro, I was looking for my next adventure. Thank you Adventure White Himalaya Treks, owner Ganesh and Guide, Keshab for a dream and bucket list item come true. From the communication prior to the Trek back in South Africa, to fetching me at the airport and transporting me to a great hotel . Superb and persistent service……and then of to Lukla Airport for the start of a 2 week journey. I did the Everest Base Camp and the 3 Passes.
I am typing this review on my Hotelbed back in Kathmandu with a huge smile and great satisfaction. A dream come true.
The whole journey was well planned and executed to perfection. This team is super professional.
Ganesh for leading this company and Keshab, my guide, was absolutely finominal.
I could not have asked for a better Team than Adventure White Himalaya Treks.
I give them a 10 out of 10 and would recommend them to any one or group interested trekking in the Himalayas to make your dream come true.

Dherei Dherei Dhanya Bhat to the team of Adventure White Himalaya Treks in Katmandu.

Now I can fly back home with an unforgettable experience.

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