Lhotse Peak Climbing

Trip Overview

Mt. Lhotse is better known as “south peak” and a part of Everest region with the height of 8,516 meters making it the fourth highest mountain in the world. Lhotse Peak Climbing has 3 summits, main summits at 8,516 meters, Lhotse middle at 8,414 meters, and Lhotse Shar at 8,383 meters. Lhotse is best known for its proximity to Mt. Everest and the fact that climbers ascending the standard route on that peak spend some time on its northwest face. Mt. Lhotse was first climbed by a Swiss expedition in the year of 1956.

It is the smallest prominence i.e. only 610m, among all 8,000 meters peak. Lhotse is famous for its tremendous and dramatic south face. Because the south face raises 3.2 km within 2.25km horizontal distance making it the steepest face of this size in the whole world. This makes it extremely difficult to climb and only few have attempted and get success. The south face of Lhotse Peak is one of the largest mountain face in the earth.

Lhotse Peak Climbing is an adventurous journey to the fourth highest mountain in the world. Lhotse Peak lies in the Mahalangur Himal which is a part of the Great Himalaya. The main route of the mountain is the Everest’s south col. In the year of 1955, the first attempt to climb Lhotse was held by the mountaineer Norman Dyhrefurth. During the climbing time, the views of the neighboring mountain are supreme such as the Everest, Island Peak, Makalu, Pumori, and Cho Oyu. First Nepali to climb Lhotse was Urkien Tshering Sherpa on 8 may 1977.

Lhotse Peak Climbing offers the trekking trip with a typical taste of Sherpa village and culture, the villager’s life and the vibes of getting into that culture. The peak climbing also offer the awesome view of mountain, flora, and fauna before taking a step in a snowy land. The Pines tree and the bamboo forest in the hilly region surrounded by the snow-capped mountain is just awesome. The majestic view from the top of the peak to Everest, Makalu, and other mountain is breathtaking.

Lhotse Peak climbing route:

  • The famous route for Lhotse peak is from its north side via Khumbu icefall sharing its length with Everest south route. As we have already mention south face provide the most impressive view. The first Expedition from the south side was done by Yuogo Slavian leads by A.Kunaver.
  • The western face of Lhotse is known as Lhotse Face. Any climber bound for the south col of Everest must climb this 1,125m wall of glacial blue ice. There are two rocky section called Yellow Band and the Geneva Spur interrupt the icy ascent on the upper part of the face.
  • The south face of Lhotse Peak climbing was finaly climbed in 1990 by Russian expedition team few month after Cesen’s climb. They told that the wall is impossible to climb by a single person.

 Lhotse Peak Climbing Itinerary

As the weather change in just a while in the mountain region, the exact itinerary can’t be made but, tentatively it will take about 45-50 days of trekking. During that time you have to carry a medical kit for yourself and hygienic food. The climbing of this peak is quite challenging for people who don’t have much climbing experience and training. 50 days of trekking needs good stamina and the will to be there in the top of the peak.

The team you will have are most amazing and experienced. They will tell you everything you need to do in mountain. If you are a challenging person and want to achieve something in climbing field then don’t wait for the time do order this Lhotse Peak Climbing and get satisfied for the rest of your life.


Arrival in Kathmandu and Hotel transfer


Preparation, Briefings, Last minute shopping and formalities


Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla; Trek (4hrs) to Phakding (2652m); lodge accommodation


Trek (6hrs) from Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3440m) through colourful Khumbu villages; Lodge accommodation.


Rest day for acclimatization; you may hike to famous Everest View Hotel (3800m) (3hrs) to catch a glimpse of Everest; back at Namche Bazar visit Hilary and Sherpa museum.


Trek (5hrs) from Namche Bazaar to Tyangboche (3850m); visit significant Buddhist monastery; lodge accommodation.


Trek (4-5hrs) from Tyangboche to Dingboche (4350m); catch glimpses of Lhotse and Ama Dablam; lodge accommodation.


Trek (4hrs) from Dingboche to Lobuche (5018m); lodge accommodation.


Rest for acclimatization at Lobuche.

DAY 10

Trek (3hrs) from Lobuche to Gorakshep (5170m); lodge accommodation.

DAY 11

Trek (2hrs) from Gorakshep Base camp (5200m).

DAY 12-56

 Climbing period Summit Lhotse (8,516m).

DAY 57

Trek (4hrs) from Lobuche (5218) to Dingboche (4260m).

DAY 58

Trek (4hrs) from Dingboche to Tengboche (3860m).

DAY 59

Trek (4hrs) from Tengboche to Namche Bazaar (3440m).

DAY 60

Trek (7hrs) from Namche Bazaar to Lukla (2840m).

DAY 61

Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu; hotel transfer.

DAY 62

Leisure day, sightseeing in Kathmandu (Durbar Square, Swoyambhunath, Boudhanath, Pashupatinath); Farewell-Celebration dinner.

DAY 63

Transfer to the airport for final departure or alternatively join other activities.

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MFN, suggest you all to check up your health condition before start trekking because your health is more important than anything else.We also suggest you to keep your luggage as light as possible because we normally provide 1 helper for two trekkers to carry your bags and should have weight limitation of approximately 20-25 kg from two.

 Here is a suggested list. Keep in mind, you can always add or subtract items depending on your personal needs. As time goes on and you increase your trips into the wilderness, you may discover you’re carrying too much or not enough.

 Top tips for safe trekking in Nepal

  It is safer to trek in a group and with an experienced guide and reputable agency.

 Get fit. Choose a trek that suits your ability.

 Build in time for acclimatization. Stay hydrated and looks out for symptoms of altitude sickness.

  Take note of weather conditions and forecasts, and come prepared. See mountainforcast.com

  Never leave any litter behind.

 What to pack?

  .Layers of clothing, numerous pairs of socks, good-quality trekking boots.

  .Hand warmers, under-gloves and mittens.

 .Trekking poles.

  .Gaithers (against leeches and/or deep snow).

 .40-litre daypack (with rain cover).

 .Sleeping mat.


. Head torch and spare batteries.

 .Sunglasses with UV protection, sun cream and hat.

 .Lip salve and blister care.                          

 .Wet wipes and tissues.

 . Pocket knife/multi-bladed tool.

 . Watch with altimeter/GPS.

 . Emergency blanket.

 . Snacks (nuts, energy bars).

 . Freezer bags.                  

 . Binoculars.

 Be sure to inspect your kit before every trip and make sure the gear is clean and supplies are in good condition. Replace expired medications as needed and add items that would have been helpful on your previous trip. Be sure the kit is easily accessible and not buried deep in your bag. Also be sure to tell others you are traveling with where your first aid kit is.

     MFN wishes you all the best!!!

  • Pickup and drop at Airport
  • Hotel stay in Kathmandu as per itinerary
  • Full Board Meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during trekking period
  • Best available accommodations during the trek
  • A government license holder guide
  • A professional climbing guide (Sherpa)
  • Island peak specific prmit for climbing
  • Group climbing equipment 
  • Porter to carry your baggage
  • Food, drinks, accommodation, insurance, salary, types of equipment, transportation and local tax for guides and porters
  • Ground Transportation Charge as per itinerary 
  • TIMS card(Trekker’s information Management System)
  • First Aid Kit
  • Required Entry fees
  • Trekking Permits needed for Restricted Area Trekking
  • All government taxes and service charges
  • Farewell dinner prior to departure
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Travel insurance
  • Nepal Entry Visa Fee
  • International Airfare and Airport Departure Tax
  • Tips for trekking staffs
  • Drinks (hot/soft/cold) and liquors
  • Personal shopping and laundry, Personal trekking equipments, Gifts and souvenirs
  •  All items not listed in Cost included section

Notes: Costs are prone to change in itinerary. So costs will be recalculated if the trekking days get modified

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