Renjo La Pass trek is the most passed trekking route in the Everest region of Khumbu Himalaya, Nepal. Some of the best adventure passes during the trek are Khongma-La Pass (5535m). Chola-La pass (5368m) and Renjo La pass (5338m). This Everest trek leads the High pass Renjo-La, which on the way to Tibet Border Nag pa-la and Gokyo valley. It offers to see you ancient Sherpa settlements, Sherpa Cultures, and the Buddhist religion. Therefore Everest Renjo la pass trekking is one of the natural walkings and hiking trails in the Everest region.
Compared to other passes Congmala and Gokyo Cho La Pass Trek. The trek is our endeavor to discover the Everest region through several dazzling viewpoints. And the ancient trails believed to be used by Sherpa’s of late fifteenth centuries. During the magnificent trek landscapes, imposing and prestigious peaks, tapering ridges, and colorful villages. Contribute to turning this trek into an unforgettable experience for the trekker.
Everest Renjo La Pass trekking begins with a dramatic scenic flight to Lukla. And the trek starts downhill to the Dudh Koshi River passing through many local villages en route. A steep climb up to the beautiful town of Namche Bazaar is full of striking views of Ama Dablam and the Lhotse-Nuptse face. Namche Bazaar is the gateway of the expedition’s route to the mighty Mt. Everest. The trek takes us through the lush vegetation of Sagarmatha National Park, with pine forests, rhododendron flowers. An abundance of wildlife and along this part of the trails friendly Sherpa people. Warm hospitality picturesque village’s great variety of cultures and traditions.
The decline continues through Thame, Lungden following a narrow valley clogged with giant boulders to Renjo La pass. Sometimes, it is not passable without fixing rope and crampons. So it is advisable to be equipped with minor climbing equipment such as ropes, Crampons, and Ice axes. A traverse onto the Renjo La to the solitary Bhote Koshi valley put you on the historical trade route between Nepal and Tibet.
While trekking, our route passes through peace, beautiful, and small yak-grazing settlements Through Gokyo Lake and gradual ascent up the valley through the patches of birch and rhododendron forest making a circuit of Tawache and Cholatse. The ultimate dare is the hike across Cho La Pass, which covers the Everest Base Camp (EBC) area. During Cho La Pass trek, there is some short and exciting ascent of Gokyo RI, Chukkung RI, Thangnak, and Dzongla. The Gokyo RI considered the best viewpoint in the entire Everest Region. Heading Lobuche is an ideal point for some spectacular views of Ama Dablam and awe-inspiring sceneries.
Khongma La is beautiful to pass from where we can enjoy the views of fabulous Mt. Thamserku, Mt Amadablam, Mt. Kongtega, and other numerous mountains and icy Lakes. From base camp, we complete our trekking circuit by returning to Lukla down the central Khumbu Valley, including Tengboche, with its impressive. Therefore This Everest Renjo La Pass trek is well-liked and admired selected trekking destinations. For the walkers, trek provides delight in adventure. It widens their experience towards the expedition beyond trekking in Nepal. The Renjo-La Pass trek combines strenuous daily hiking with gratifying cultural experiences. Along with this off-the-beaten-track trail, you have the opportunity and cross-cultural privilege to stay with Sherpa families.
Duration: 21 Days from Arrival to Departure.
Max. Altitude: 5545m (Kala Patthar)
Trek Grade: Strenuous
Best Travel Time: February to May, September – November are the best seasons. Dec & January are Winter and cold can be snow on the trail, June, July & August are rainy time, trekking can be done, but visibility can be poor due to rain.
Trip Snippets: 21 days, four night’s hotels, 16 nights Lodges, Breakfast in the city and All meals on trek are included
Departure Dates: We can offer this trek on any dates during the months Feb, March, April, May, June, Sept, Oct, November, and December for a group of 2 to 16 people.
Equipment Rental: We advise you to bring all of your clothing and gear from home, however in Kathmandu there are many shops to buy and rent trek related equipment.
How to avoid Altitude sickness: Our entire trek itinerary is designed to climb slowly to prevent altitude sickness. When we ascend above 2500 meters, our bodies have to acclimatize to the decreasing amount of the oxygen available. The early symptoms are a headache, extreme fatigue, and loss of appetite. The only cure for Acute Mountain Sickness is to descend. When we climb slowly, avoid alcohol during your trek, eat crabs food, drink ¾ liters of water daily will help you.
Your trek Backpack/duffle bag: Our porters will carry your baggage on the trek, the maximum weight per trekkers is 15 kg including your hand move, Other items not required on a trek can be stored in our office or your hotel in Kathmandu.
Transportation: Car/Van in Kathmandu, Flight Kathmandu-Lula-Kathmandu
Activity: City tour, Trekking
Day 01: - Greetings at Kathmandu Airport, transfer to hotel.
We will meet you at Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport and transfer to your hotel. When you have had your time to settle in and freshen up after your long flight, you will be invited to visit our office for a briefing about your program. You will have a meeting with your trekking guide and discuss the equipment needed for the trekking, and we will process for the trekking permits. If you arrive at night, we will have the same discussion the next day morning after breakfast.
Day 02: - A full day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu, the capital valley
The very next morning, after breakfast you will be taken for a full day sightseeing tour around Kathmandu valley. You can visit the center of pilgrimage Pashupatinath Temple and Swyambhunath, very ancient and essentially enlisted in UNESCO World Heritage sites. The biggest Buddhist Stupa at Boudhanath might make you feel calm and peace and visit Patan the city of fine arts and Durbar Square is full of Hindu temples and Buddhist monuments. On the journey back to the hotel, you can explore the local areas, gullies, and lifestyle. After your dinner, you can perhaps take a stroll through the famous streets like Thamel and Durbarmarg.
Day 03: - Flight from KTM to Lukla and trekking to Phakding (2,610m/8,563ft): walking hours: 2-3 hours
Early morning we fly from Kathmandu to Lukla via mountain flight of about 40 minutes scenic flight. With clear weather, we get fantastic views of the mountains, including Everest, as we enter the deep gorge of the Dudh Kosi valley. You begin your trek from Lukla following a gentle climb up the mountainside on the left bank of the Dudh Koshi River. Along the way, you will have a view of Mt Nupla (5885m) Kusum Kanguru (6367m) and Mount Kwongde Range. We then take a leisurely walk for about two hours to Phakding village. However, if interested in additional activities, we can make a side trip to a nearby monastery.
Day 04: - Phakding trekking to Namche Bazzar (3,440m/11,286ft): walking hours: 5-6 hours
From Phakding the trail follows the Dudh Koshi valley north, meandering through the pines, crossing it twice by small suspension bridges before reaching the village of Monjo, the entrance gate of the Sagarmatha National Park. Beginning with a slight climb to Jhorsalle, the trail passes waterfalls and other culturally and naturally occurring items of interest. Villages are interspersed with magnificent forests of Rhododendron, Magnolia, and fir. A steep climb up to the beautiful village of Namche Bazaar (3440m) will afford you further spectacular views and a comfortable place to spend the second night of the trek.
Day 05: - Acclimatization day in Namche
Accommodate your body to the high altitude of Namche as you have gained a much height previous day. Set in a natural amphitheater looking across to the jagged ridge of Kongdi RI (6187m), Namche Bazaar is one of the most attractive settlements in the Khumbu region. We will have a full day rest so that we won’t face any problem ahead. You have full day leisure for a beautiful panoramic view or stroll around the market. You can also enjoy the splendid views of Everest, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Nuptse, Lhotse, Tawche, and Kwangde, and so on.
Day 06: - Namche Bazaar trekking to Thame (3750m/12303ft): walking hours: 5-6 hours
The most exciting acclimatization trek Namche takes you along the Bhote Koshi to Thame. The trail enters a pretty forest of pines and rhododendrons. Pass ancient mud-plastered Stupa at Phurte, and follow the path to Tesho. You’ll roll into Thamo and Thamo Gompa. At the end of the spur, the trail drops steeply to the Khumbu hydroelectric project plant and then turn to the Thame for night stay. Thame is at the end of Khumbu Valley, and the iconic value of Thame is its terrain, the people which are untouched by the effects of modern civilization.
Day 07: - Thame to Lungden (4500m/14764ft): walking hours: 5-6 hours
Ascending the trail to Tarngga, it’s a gentle stroll from Thame. You’ll cross mauling (4200m) on the east bank of Bhote Koshi. The final descent to Lungden follows a narrow valley clogged with giant boulders. During the walking, you can observe varieties of plants and animals with unique Sherpa culture.
Day 08: - Rest day and explore around
Today we can go for a visit to Napa Valley, which falls on the old trade route to Tibet. Hike to Darkyachhulung Peak. Visit Marlung’s sacred site of Warfield. Hike to Lake Cho Relmo, Back to stay in Lungden at a straightforward guest house.
Day 09: - Lungden – Renjola Pass (5415m/17766ft) – Gokyo Lake (4750m/15584ft): walking hours: 7-8 hours
After crossing, you will descend Renjo la pass where an eye-popping vista awaits — crossing an iron bridge over a stream the trail levels out as it follows the valley past the first lake, known as Longpongo at 4690m, where we get chance to observe the Lama footprints on a stone. The second lake, Taboche Tsho, mesmerizes us by the shimmering turquoise blue sheet of water sparkling in the sun. Little we reach the third lake, called Dudh Pokhari, linked by a surging stream to the previous one. Gokyo village stands by the third lake and Cho-Oyu Mountain. Above the lake provides panoramic views of Cho Oyu, Gyachung Kang, Lhotse, Makalu, Cholatse, and Tawache.
Day 10: - Gokyo Lake explore around
Spend a day in Gokyo, strolling around the lakes and hiking up to some of the mountain viewpoints nearby. Start your trek in the morning and get to steep climb of about 30min to reach the top with its traditional prayer flags. View the Ngozumpa glacier, the biggest glacier of Nepal. We would not miss the chance to observe the fourth lake (Thonak Tsho) and the fifth lake (Ngozuma Tsho). From where you will have a magnificent view of highest peaks, from the west to east are Cho you (8,153m), Gyachung Kang (7,922m), Everest ( 8848m), Lhotse (8,501m) and further way Makalu.
Day 11: - Trekking down to Thangnak (4700m/15420ft): walking hours: 5 hours
Trek down to Thangnak, enjoying the superb view of Gokyo Lake. We will cross Gokyo glacier, about 4 hours working down to Thangnak for the night stay.
Day 12: - Thangnak - Cho La (5330m/17487ft) crossing to Dzonglha (4830m/15846ft): walking hours: 8 hours
The trek to the Cho La pass can be instead a problematic route. But on the way, you will be able to experience the best part of your hiking, challenging but very worthy. In good weather, you can cross the Cho La with no special equipment but warm clothing and an ice ax might provide added peace to mind. The path skirts around the ridge, staying mostly level. Stop overnight at the village of Dzongla.
Day 13: - Dzongla to Lobuche (4910m/16109ft): walking hours: 3-4 hours
The first step is a gentle stroll between snowy peaks that seem almost close enough to touch. The trail runs east past a series of ominous-looking black boulders beneath the looking mountain of Cholatse. You can turn around to see the Ama Dablam (6856m). About four and a half hours slowly working takes you Lobuche (4910m). On the way, you can see Dughla Lake. Stark and rugged beauty create almost moonscape campsite at Lobuche, a windswept collection of huts tucked in a narrow meadow between the glacier and the Lobuche peak. Tawoche and Nuptse are particularly spectacularly from Lobuche towering.
Day 14: - Lobuche to Gorakshep (5170m/16962ft): walking hours: 3-4 hours
The first section of the trail from Lobuche follows the narrow gap between the glacial moraine and the mountain walls, past turn off to the Italian pyramid. Take time to detour to the edge of the moraine to look over the Khumbu glacier. Along with a windy and rocky path with the beautiful view of Mt. Pumori, Nuptse, and other magnificent peaks, we reach Gorakshep. Gorakshep is the location of the original Everest Base Camp, with the new camp being further up the valley.
Day 15: - Trekking to Everest Base camp (5363m/17595ft) and back to Lobuche: walking hours: 5-6 hours
After lunch, our adventure continues towards Everest Base Camp. The trail passes through over rocky dunes and moraine and streams. The Base Camp area provides an opportunity to experience the freezing and harsh conditions that mountaineers brave to summit this famous mountain. We explore base camp and its surroundings glacier and return to Gorakshep and back to Lobuche.
Day 16: - Lobuche to Dingboche (4360m/14304ft): walking hours: 4-5 hours
Continue downhill to Pheriche. Continue down the moraine to Dughla and drop to the bridge over the gushing stream that flows out of the glacier. We will trek down through the hillside blanketed by rhododendron and juniper trees. Looking east of the Dingboche village, you’ll see the snowcapped mountains and summits of Island and Imja peak.
Day 17: - Dingboche to Namehc bazaar (3440m/11286ft) : walking hours: 8 hours
Walk down to Tengboche(3,867m), sits on a saddle at 3870m in a clearing surrounded by dwarf fires and rhododendrons, Kwongde (6187m) Tawache(6542m) Everest (8848m) Nuptse (7855m) Lhotse (8618m) Amadablam (6856m) Thamserku (6608m) providing an inspiring panorama of Himalayan giants. We visit the monastery at Tengboche, the largest in the Khumbu region. Tengboche is a small village with a famous monastery offering you splendid views of Mt. Amadablam, lush green hills, and river views. Dense wildlife of some species of Pheasants, Himalayan Griffons, Musk deer, and the wild goat, can be found abundance inside the rhododendron forest. From Tengboche, the trail crossing the suspension bridge over the Dudh Koshi River trek onwards to the Kyanjuma, the junction of the trinity ways to Gokyo Valley, Khumjung village, and Namche Bazaar. The evening explores a small surrounding area with magnificent scenery.
Day 18: - Namche Bazaar trekking to Lukla (2,850m/9350ft): walking hours: 6 hours
The descent from Namche to the Dudh Koshi can be the hardest stage of the entire trek. The trail descends over the ridge past rocky cliffs and scattered pines to the tiny village of Toktok. The trail drops steeply and runs level throughout the day. Enjoying the lush green scenery around and passing through the incredible mountain scenery and local Sherpa village arrival in Lukla. You’ll have time to stroll around the local areas.
Day 19: - Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu
Saying a final goodbye to our porters, we will have a flight back to Kathmandu of an exciting one hour. (It can also be an extra day in case of bad weather in Lukla, which makes the Lukla flight delayed and canceled.)
Day 20: - Kathmandu free day.
Today is a free day in Kathmandu valley. You are free to have some shopping and enjoy the local streets and the life of people. You can have a relaxing walk over the streets and view the healthy living of Nepalese. Also, you can repurchase some memories and gifts to your home. Full day leisure can be accompanied by some entertainment and sound time in the hotel.
Day 21: - Final Departure
With lots of gratitude to you, we will proudly drop you to the International airport to catch your flight back to your home.
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