Tashi Lapcha pass trek is a 24-day hiking program that connects the most famous Everest regions with some other well-known trek, the Rolwaling trek. This walk is difficult since it passes through a remote portion of the Himalayan region and includes some difficult terrain. trekkers must traverse extremely steep ascents and descents, as well as travel through some passes and cross Himalayan streams, rivers, and glaciers. The Jugal Himal, Rolwaling range, Gaurishanker, Mahalangur, Parchamo peak, Chobabhamre, and other ranges are also visible from the hike.
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This is said to be one of the routes taken by people from Kham, Tibet, in the mid-nineteenth century. These people became known as Sherpa after settling in this area and the Everest region. As a result, this voyage is historically and culturally significant. Mount Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, and Kusum Kangaru are all visible after crossing the pass and entering the Everest region. When you arrive at Namche Bazaar, a lively market town, you'll have the chance to mingle with other trekking and climbing groups as well as Sherpas.
But, aside from seeing a couple of snow partridges and coming across herds of yaks (or, more correctly, naks) giving milk for cheese manufacturing, keep an eye out for the famous Yeti. Eric Shipton photographed Yeti footprints on the slopes of the Rolwaling Peak in 1951!
This trek offers a unique blend of history and culture, as well as breathtaking mountain vistas and the satisfaction of crossing a high Himalayan pass.
The TashiLapcha Pass is extremely high and difficult, and it is usually covered in snow, making this a difficult trek. It is only recommended for experienced trekkers who have previously completed high-altitude hikes and are physically fit.
The Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek is made more demanding and thrilling by the high altitude and the high Tashi Lapcha Pass. Trekkers should be in decent physical shape to complete this extremely difficult journey. Furthermore, mental readiness is more important. They will benefit from previous trekking experience.
When climbing to a higher altitude, there's a good chance you'll suffer altitude sickness. Trekkers, on the other hand, can avoid sickness by acclimating properly. Trekkers who experience any of the symptoms of altitude sickness, such as nausea, lack of appetite, difficulty breathing, and so on, must descend to a lower altitude promptly.
Trekking in this area is also recommended at the finest time of year.
The trek's maximum height is Tashi Lapcha La Pass. Situated 5,755 meters above sea level, it is the highest point in the area. After passing via this high pass, you'll arrive in the Khumbu region. Meanwhile, after the Rolwaling Valley's Na village, there are no human settlement sites.
The Rolowalling trip is now offered for USD 2,995 on a double occupancy basis, which is the usual trek pricing. At this price, we will provide you with Tourist Standard lodging in Thamel, Kathmandu, and the trip fee will, of course, vary depending on the number of people in your group.
The months of March, April, and May are ideal for a Tashi Lapcha La Pass Trek via Rolwaling Valley. The weather is warm during these months of the year, with clear skies. There are fascinating vistas of valleys, mountain ranges, and the valley. The best months to traverse the Tashi Lapcha La Pass Trek via Rolwaling Valley are September, October, and November.
Because of the rockfall, the Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek is one of the most demanding treks, requiring many days of walking over the gorgeous glacier. Trekking to the Tashi Lapcha pass requires a Pachhermo peak climbing permit. During this time, the temperature is warm, the skies are clear, and various colors of nature may be seen. Meanwhile, snowfall is possible in December, making crossing the Tashi Lapcha La Pass problematic.
Detailed and explained down below is the itinerary for your 24 days Tashi Lapcha Pass trek.
Our journey begins with a drive to Dolakha. Dolakha is a hilly district in the Janakpur Zone of Nepal's central Development Region. Sital, at 723 meters above sea level, is Dolakha's lowest point, while Mt. Gauri Shankar, at 7134 meters, is the area's highest peak. You will be able to see the real, unspoiled side of the land here.
Singati is our destination for today. Singati bazar is located 33 kilometers east of Dolakha bazar. The trail follows the rocky road as it travels through the mixed community's several villages. We'll pass through various streams and forests filled with orchid, rhododendron, and other types of natural plants. Shingati is the main market hub of the north-east region of Dolakha district, located at the confluence of the Singati and Tamakoshi rivers. Mt. Gauri Shanker and TshoRolpa Glacier Lake are also accessible via this market. When you get at Shingati, take some time to rest and unwind.
Today it's the day of our journey to Jagat. On some parts of the trail, we'll stroll along the riverbank and pass past terraced paddy fields and small villages populated by a mixed society. The alpine orchid, a few rhododendron trees, and other plants can be seen in the region. We'll arrive in Jagat after crossing a suspension bridge if we keep walking.
Today's trek will take us to the village of Simigaon. You will begin the hike by walking along a flat and easy track, followed by some ups and downs through the jungle. Both Hindus and Buddhists make up the majority of the population in this area, and they live in religious and social harmony. We'll pass by a few small tea shops and local shops along the way that serve tea, coffee, and snacks.
We led our path via numerous Sherpa communities in this area after lunch. This area is home to a diverse range of flora and animals, including Nepal's national flower, the Rhododendron.
Our journey begins at Daldung La and ends in Beding village. You'll pass suspension bridges across deep gorges a few times along the road, which adds to the allure of our journey. To go to Beding, we'll have to walk for a long time. Beding is a Sherpa village that is home to the majority of the Sherpa people. You can rest and relax in the natural village atmosphere as you approach Beding.
In Beding, today is our acclimatization day. Take advantage of this free day to go hiking in and around Beding. A panoramic view of mountains such as Mt. Gauri Shanker, Tibetan mountains on the Tibetan border, and nearby views will be available.
We'll begin walking to Na after recharging our energies from the previous acclimatization day. In addition, you can witness the rare Snow Partridge and visit a neighboring glacier lake. With fresh air and the chattering sound of the river, the route climbs up along the riverbank. You'll get a panoramic view of the white mountains as you climb higher. When you get in Na, you may see the Sherpa community's village and sample a variety of foods with Sherpa specialties.
Today is the first day of our acclimatization in Na. Today's acclimatization aids our preparation for the climb to Ramdung Go (5930 m.). We can also see wonderful vistas of mountains like Gauri Shanker, Menlung, Yalung, and several Tibetan summits from Na and its surrounds.
We will begin our walk from Na today in order to reach Yalung Glacier (4750 m.). The trip leads us through a glacier with snow-covered ground. The glacier and ice will suffocate our crampons and ice sacks. We'll be camping at Yalung Glacier's high camp today.
This is the first day of our hike to Ramdung Base Camp (5150 m). We'll climb till we reach Yalung Danda, then descend to Base Camp on foot. If we're lucky, we'll be able to see spectacular mountains like Gauri Shanker, Menlung, and Yalung, as well as the mountains on the Tibet side, from a very close distance.
The Ramdung peak will be climbed today. We can see Gauri Shankar, Menlung, Yalung, Pigpherogo Shar, Numbur Himal, Yalung peak, and even the Tibetan highlands from the summit. Return to high camp and descend to the Yalung Glacier after that. We'll trek till we reach Yalung Glacier, then descend.
We will begin trekking down to Na after eating breakfast at the Camp. Along the trip, we can take in the scenery and see the alpine flora and fauna.
In preparation for our hike to TshoRolpa Lake, we are taking a rest day in Na today. We may take a stroll around the neighborhood and take in the scenery.
Today is the first day of our walk to TshoRolpa Lake (4540 m). In some parts, the trail is fairly difficult. We will be able to see the lovely lake filled with the glacier's freezing water.
We trek to Trakarding Glacier from TshoRolpa. Throughout the day, we will stroll through the glaciers. We will be surrounded by magnificent natural scenery, which will make the stroll even more enjoyable.
We begin our hike from Trakarding Glacier after breakfast and arrive at Tashi Lapcha Phedi Camp in the evening. The trail climbs up the glacier with some rock scrambling and a leisurely walk.
The Tashi Lapcha Phedi will be climbed, the Tashi Lapcha Pass will be crossed, and the Tashi Cape will be reached. Until we reach Tashi Cape, the trail would be blanketed in snow.
We'll begin walking from Tashi Cave to Thyomgbo today. We'll also get to do some easy glacier walking. The trail winds its way down to Thyomgbo.
From Thyomgbo to Thame, we hike. The trail progressively declines, giving us the added benefit of an easier trail. We would also appreciate the natural splendor of the surroundings.
We shall begin our walk to Namche Bazaar today. Near Sanasa, the route gradually drops. From this vantage point, we can see Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, AmaDablam, Thamserku, and KusumKangaru. At PhunkiTenga, we'll pass through various towns and over suspension bridges over the DudhKoshi (3250m.) The trail is small and steep, yet it is lined with rhododendron bushes, gorgeous birds chirping, and spectacular mountain scenery. We'll spend the rest of our time in Namche Bazar resting and relaxing.
We slowly descend to Phakding after breakfast. The trail drops sharply for one and a half hours in the beginning, then leads to Phakding via modest ups and downs.
The trek's final day has arrived. We will continue our walk from Phakding to Lukla, where we will take a flight back to Kathmandu the next morning. It takes us roughly 3 hours to get to Lukla. To return to Lukla, the trail passes through the Dudh Koshi river.
Move out of the lodge in order to catch an early flight back to Kathmandu from Lukla. You will be taken to your designated hotel. You can spend an extra time roaming around the city or shopping for Nepalese tokens of love for your loved ones.
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