Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek - 18 Days
Climbing the Yeti’s Home On Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking.
Trip Grade: Extreme Difficult
Max Elevation: 5755 Meters
Total Duration: 18 Days
Best Time: March - May & Sept - Dec
Group Size: Min 1 Pax.
Any climber that does not desire to reach the Himalayas but still desires an adventure should consider the Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking trails. The Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking trail is one of the most exhilarating and demanding high mountain expeditions in Nepal. The Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking expedition, though not as cold as the Everest Base Camp Trekking trails, is incredibly steep slopes. Tourists may require some alpine experience prior to attempting the Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking trails. The Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking trail is a blend of the Rolwaling gorge and the Khumbu area of Nepal.
Different Stops On The Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking Trail
The Rolwaling gorge, across which the Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking trail passes, means ‘The Grave’ in the local Sherpa language. It was given this name because of its position deep in the vertical ice structures of the Khumbu region on the Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking trail. The Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking trail allows magnificent views of Mt. Dorje Lakpa, the Pharchamo Peak, Mts. Rolwaling Himal, Gaurishankar, Chobabhamre, and Yalung Ri. The Tashi Lapcha Pass is the center point of the Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking trail.
The Yeti’s Home On Lapcha Pass Trekking Trail
The Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking trail leads straight to the Tashi Lapcha Pass, one of the celebrated Himalayan high passes within Nepal. The Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking journey to the Tashi Lapcha Pass goes through the Tsho Rolpa and leads into the Khumbu valley near Thame. The remote and forlorn Rolwaling valley, through which all trekkers of the Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking trail often pass, is believed, by the Sherpas, to be the home of the legendary Yeti.
Myths On The Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking Trail
Unable to fully describe what a full-grown Yeti looks, many Sherpas found on the Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking simply relate their belief that the Yeti was a special creature of the gods. Some will even maintain that Yetis are sometimes revealed to Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking trail adventurers who are lost. This is so that they may not be discouraged on the Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking trail. Indeed, it is a fact that most adventurers on the Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking trail in the past have claimed to have seen a manlike creature ambling through the region. They were themselves trekking through the Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking trail. The Tashi Lapcha Pass Trekking trail is itself said to be a favorite travelling path of the Yeti.
Inclusion and Exclusion
Airport picks up & Drove
Hotel in Kathmandu
Accommodation & Fooding (BLD)
Licenses holder trekking guide/ porter
National Park permits
Domestic Air Ticket
TIMS (Trekkers’ Info management system)
Trekking equipments(Jacket/sleeping Bag)
All kinds of drinks Nepal
Clients accident insurance Nepal
Personal expanses Nepal
Bar bills Nepal
Staff tips Nepal
International Air ticket Nepal
Day 01 : Arrival in Kathmandu (1,350m/4,428ft)
Day 02 : Kathmandu sightseeing (1,350m/4,428ft)
Day 03 : Shigati to Gongar Khola (1,430m/ 4,691ft)
Day 04 : Gongar Khola to Simigaon (1,990m/6,529ft)
Day 05 : Simigaon to kedhang(1,990m/6,529ft)
Day 06 : Kedhang to Beding(3,690m)
Day 07 : Rest day in Beding(3,690m)
Day 08 : Beding to Na Gaon(4,180m)
Day 09 : Nagaon to sangma Kharka(4,320m)
Day 10 : Sama kharka to Tsho Rolpa Lake(3,561m)
Day 11 : Rolpa Lake to Tesi lapcha Phedi (5,755m)
Day 12 : Tesi Lapcha Phedi to Thyangbo Kharka(4,230m)
Day 13 : Thyangbo Kharka to thame village(3,820m)
Day 14 : Thame village to Namche Bazar(3,440m)
Day 15 : Namche Bazar to Phakding(2,610m)
Day 16 : Phakding to Lukla(2,840m)
Day 17 : Lukla to Kathmandu by flight
Day 18 : Final departure from Nepal
Equipments & Packing List
Following are the list of items for 1 person that will help you to pack for your trip. Note that the some items can vary according to season and number of treaking days. Luggage will be carried by the porter and day-pack with valuable items or anything important will be carried by your self.
- Valid passport, passport size photos, air tickets
- Trekkers' Information Management Systems (TIMS) Card, which is mandatory for trekking.
- Dollars, pounds or Euros in cash as these currency are easily exangable and can be used on paying in different places.
- Credit cards, Bank/ATM/Cash machine cards for withdrawing funds
- A pair of DSLR camera with 3 extra batteries (charging is expensive on the mountain)
- A pair of Point and shoot camera
- Headlamp with extra batteries and bulbs
- A pair of Video Camera, if you like
- A pair of solar charger (charging is expensive, if you can charge yourself will save money)
- A pair of Chargers with Belkin mini surge and adapter.
- Some Extra batteries for headlamps
- A pair of headlamp
- A pair of watch with alarm
- A Pair of pair sunglasses
- Pairs of quick drying, long sleeved base layer shirts
- Pairs of trekking shorts, short sleeve
- Pairs of Thermal underwear – base layer
- Pairs of liner socks
- Pairs of pair woolen blend trekking socks
- Pairs of trekking pants with zip off bottoms
- Pairs of fleece sweaters – one lightweight, one heavy
- A pair of wind proof overlayer- jacket and pants
- A pair of down jacket
- A pair of Rain Koot
- A pair of Warm hat
- A pair of lightweight thermal layer hat
- A pair of peak hat
- A pair of headband/dew rag
- A pair of pair gloves
- A pair of Pair trekking boot
- A pair of Pair flip flops
- A pair of down booties
- A pair of Down Jacket(Will be provided by Simrik Real Nepal. No Need to buy)
- A pair of sleeping bag(Will be provided by Simrik Real Nepal. No Need to buy)