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The Makalu to Everest Crossing via three passes trek is for those who crave for an adventurous and challenging trekking experience. This classic adventure trekking trip of the Himalaya region is one of the brutal and most technical treks in Nepal including some of the highest and most challenging virtues in the Great Himalaya virtues network. While traversing the mountain range between Makalu and Everest your trial crosses through 3 high altitudes, two of them over 6000 m. Makalu( 8463 m ) a rarely visited gem prevailing between Everest and Kanchenjunga massifs considered one of the toughest 80000 m peaks to climb is a peak that even the great Edmund Hillary failed to climb.

 This life long memorable trip begins with freight to the remote airstrip of Tumlingtar whose trailers are situated in the streamy lowlands near the Arun river over the Shipton La and into the remote and beautiful Barun river valley before arriving at Makalu base camp. The trail to Makalu base camp from the south is considered one of the toughest routes in Nepal but you are more likely to get the company of birds like the hard-won reward of grand momentous view of the mountains and landscapes. The climbing adventure starts with the East col, followed by the west col. 

After traversing the Amphu Labsta you enter the easy trails of Everest where you can take rest. The trekking route is scarcely populated by civilization and the majority of locals live in desolate villages. The first-day trekking starts with traveling through the lush subtropical Arun valley filled with dense rhododendron and pine forests where you will get the opportunity to witness the beauty of Barun glacier. While passing through Ship to la and Keke la your eyes will be blessed with the dignity of lake Kalo pokhari. After that, you will climb to the base at 4755 meters which lies directly at the foot of the striking ice and wall of mighty Makalu. 

You are rewarded with a panoramic view of Everest, Makalu, Lhotse, and Baruntse. After Makalu base camp we spend the day crossing East Col where you can already see west Col in distance. Crossing the West Col is another tough climb and after crossing it the next day we will travel through Amphu Laptsa where there is no obvious trail. You will have a magnificent view of countless other higher peaks besides Everest and Lhotse. After the pass, you enter through the Island peak area where you will find tea houses and hiking trails. In comparison, the trail of Lukla is more pleasant than any other day. From Lukla, you will fly back to Kathmandu. 

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  • DAY 1: Arrival at Kathmandu

    No matter what time we will come to pick you up at Tribhuwan International Airport. There won’t be any activities today so you can relax at your hotel shown by our representative.
  • DAY 2: Preparation for the trek and exploring vast vicinity of Kathmandu

    Private transportation will be provided along with city guides so that sightseeing at Kathmandu including UNESCO world heritage sites can be easier. All the necessary equipment and items will be packed.
  • DAY 3: Flight from Kathmandu to lovely Tumlingtar(8 hrs)

    In a small aircraft, you will fly from Kathmandu to Tumlingtar. After arriving there you will head to Num on a jeep. Num is located at the top of a hill with numerous forests on the way. Your night will be spent in one of the local lodges of Chiuribas.
  • DAY 4: Astonishing trek from Chiuribas to Seduwa(5 hrs)

    By following the trekking trail you will head towards Lumbang which will further take you to a jungle as well as suspension bridge while descending. There is a magnificent river called Arun from where you will walk uphill to reach Seduwa.
  • DAY 5:Trekking from Seduwa towards Tashigoan (7 hrs)

    After breakfast, you have to follow an uphill trekking trail that will take you to the Kasuwa river and Gyang which is an isolated village. After walking through fields you will reach Hindrungma, Rupisa, and Tashi gaon.
  • DAY 6: Tiring hike from Tashigoan to Kongma Danda (7 hrs)

    Walking uphill through the forest and crossing the forest you will reach the top of the hill. You will reach Kongma Danda after trekking downhill tails after you cross Dhara Kharka.
  • DAY 7: Acclimatization day at Khomngma

    You will rest at Khongma located at an elevation of 3500m and may begin to feel altitude sickness.
  • DAY 8: Hike from Khongma Danda to Dobate (8 hrs)

    You will have to cross the Shipton La pass and walk by Kalo Pokhari and the Keke La pass. You can see the views of mountains like Chamlang and Peak 7 etc. You will reach Dobate after descending the trekking trail.
  • DAY 9: Trek towards Dobate towards Yangle Kharka (6 hrs)

    You will reach the Barun river in the valley after walking an uphill trekking trail through the rhododendron forest. Yangle Kharka is situated at the base of the valley.
  • DAY 10: Walk from Yangle Kharka towards Langmale Kharka. (4hrs).

    You will reach the boulders after walking to the valley, pasture, and forests. The side of Valley is elevated. After that, you will reach Merek and then should head to Langmale Kharka.
  • DAY 11: Hike from Langmale Kharka to Makalu Base Camp. ( 4 hrs)

    After passing through a small pass and ascend as well as descend to be awarded an excellent view of Makalu, Baruntse, and Everest. After you cross boulders you will reach Makalu base camp.
  • DAY 12: Leisure day at Makalu base camp. (4870m)

    The base camp has a large glacier and is rocky. You can see the magnificent view of the mountains and can also hike to a nearby place.
  • DAY 13: Trek from Makalu base camp to Swiss base camp. (4 hrs)

    After resting at Makalu base camp you will continue your journey towards the Swiss base camp.
  • DAY 14: Swiss base camp

    You will rest today but you can explore the surrounding areas.
  • DAY 15: Hike from Swiss base camp to Sherpani Col Base camp (5 hrs)

    The trail is covered with snow and is surrounded by mountains by all sides. The trail is also rocky and the trail is technical. After walking both uphill and downhill you will come across boulders. Overnight in a tented camp.
  • DAY 16: Trek from Sherpani Col base camp to Baruntse camp. (7 hrs)

    You are still surrounded by mountains from all sides which look tranquil. Then you will reach the Baruntse camp.
  • DAY 17: Trek from Baruntse camp to Honku basin. (4 hrs)

    The trail is rocky and technical. You can see mountains soaring around you from the top of the west col.
  • DAY 18: Trek from Honku basin to Amphu Labsta base camp. (5 hrs).

    You will walk by a tranquil majestic lake and this part of the trek is also technical.
  • DAY 19: Rest at Amphu Labsta base camp. (5527 m)

    You will rest today and have a great time experiencing nature and feeling your surroundings. Enjoy the time that you spend there and explore the local specialty.
  • DAY 20: Trek Amphu Labsta base camp to Chhukung (9 hrs).

    Trek will be longer than before while trekking uphill and downhill. You should crush the Amphu Labsta la.
  • DAY 21: Walk from Chhukung to Dingboche (3hrs)

    You will get a magnificent view of the world's highest peak Mt. Everest. The trek will be shorter than usual. Enjoy the pastures that you come across. Mani flags and uncluttered nature will be waving hello.
  • DAY 22 :Dingboche -Lobuche(4hrs)

    You will be trekking both uphill and downhills and from the trekking point, you will be able to enjoy the magnificent elegance of the mountains.
  • DAY 23: Trek from Lobuche towards Gorak Shep (6 hrs)

    You will be heading to Kalapathar early in the morning so it is going to be the greatest day of your trekking. You should start before dawn to see the sunrise in the mountains like Everest and Makalu. Kalapathar is one of the best viewpoints of Mt. Everest. For breakfast, you should head to GorakShep.
  • DAY 24: Trek towards Lobuche to luring Pangboche (5 hrs)

    You will arrive at Pangboche after a downhill trek. As you follow the trail you will reach Pheriche.
  • DAY 25: Hike from Pangboche to wondrous Namche Bazaar (8 hrs)

    You will reach Khumjung, a river as you walk on an easy downhill trekking trail. After walking by the river you will reach the world's highest airport and from here you will head to the largest Sherpa village, Namche.
  • DAY 26: Trek from Namche bazaar to astonishing Lukla (8 hrs)

    In your journey, your ears will be blessed by the soulful sound of Dudh Koshi. There is a suspension bridge on the way. After walking uphill you will reach a village called Cheplung and then reach Lukla.
  • DAY 27: Flight from Lukla to alluring Kathmandu

    If the weather is fine then you will fly to Kathmandu on an early morning flight after breakfast. After you arrive at Kathmandu you can h0reat at your hotel or even do shopping in Kathmandu for souvenirs and handicrafts.
  • DAY 28: Departure To An International Airport

    Now the time has come to announce your valediction to Nepal. Carry the big suitcase of memories that you accumulated from Nepal and cherish them forever. Our hospitable guide will be there to aid you up to the airport. Enjoy your flight.
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  • DURATION: 28D/ 27N
  • ALTITUDE: 6146 meters
  • STARTING POINT: Tumlingtar
  • TREKKING PERIOD: April, May, September, October
  • ACCOMMODATION: Camping, lounge


  • These twenty-eight days of trekking takes you to one of the most remote locations on earth 
  • Observe the simple lifestyle that is excessively dependent on the compassion of nature.
  • Explore the nature and culture of the area which is still intact from modern developments.
  • Immensely beneficial for your physical health.
  • Experience the wealthy flora and fauna.
  • Give yourself a break from the hustle and bustle of the city and witness the explicit level of the serenity of mountains.
  • Evaluate local cultures and local food.
  • Disconnect from technology and still find a better connection with nature and yourself.
  • Enjoy the rare paranormal view of mountains.



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