Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek with Everest Three High Passes
Group Size 2 - 16
Best Season March-May/Sep.-Dec.
Trip Level Challenging
Starts from Kathamandu
End at Kathmandu
Off the beaten path with the tented trip in the high Himalayas.
Diverse flora and fauna inside Gaurishakar Conservation Area and Sagarmatha National Park.
Witness the high Himalayan lake, Tso Rolpa Lake (4,580 m).
Feast your eyes with majestic mountains including Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, and many more.
Experience the mixed ethnic groups of Sherpa peoples.
About The Trip
Tashi Lapcha Pass is a high mountain pass located in the Nepal Himalayas, the transition between the Rolwaling Himal and Everest regions. To the north, you can see the Tengi Ragi Tau and in the south Parchamo. The pass is mostly in the part of the Rolwaling trek from Rolwaing Himal to Sagarmatha National Park. As you reach higher, there is no lodge in the immediate vicinity of the pass on either side. So, camping equipment is required for its ascent. This challenging and exciting trek takes you to a remote location and lets you experience the beautiful views of the Himalayas. The wilderness that lies in the quaint mountains and remote trials is something you enjoy as you walk along the Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass.
Are you seeking the challenges in the high mountain passes in Nepal? Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek provides you a thrilling experience as it leads you to a faraway location into the lap of the Himalayas. This striking journey will sum up the beauty of both the Rolwaling valley and the Khumbu region of Nepal. You will be tingled with the adventurous mountain pass of Tashi Lapcha (5755 m). Trekking to the Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek will combine with charming paths of remote Rolwaling region and bustling trials of Khumbu region. This trek involves steep climbing and rock climbing, so this is a thrilling and adventurous experience in the Nepal Himalayas.
You will also get to immerse yourself in the nature of the Gauri Shankar Conservation Area and Sagarmatha National Park. You will also get to see the beautiful glacier lake called Tsho Rolpa Lake. An intriguing glimpse of high mountain surroundings will shift anyone’s heart of their edge. Along with dense forest and vibrant flowers, the piece of mother nature is in ultimate beauty flawlessly handcrafted by God himself. As you reach Tashi Lapcha Pass the heart will light up with the pristine beauty of this paradise.
The classic combination of Himalayas with alluring scenery makes this place lively dispute of its isolation. During the entire trek, you will witness Mt. Gaurishankar, Mt. Everest, Yalung, Dorje Lakpa, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Kusum Kangaru, Phachermo Peak, and many more. Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass with Everest Three High Pass is an extreme adventure then you have the option to cross four high passes which include Tashi Lapcha Pass (5,755 m), Renjo la Pass (5,360 m), Cho La Pass (5,420 m), Khongmo La Pass (5,536 m). You will get to know the hospitable Sherpa people during the trek.
High Vision Adventure Trek provides an excellent array of services to its clients, and we ensure that they get optimum satisfaction during the trek. We design Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha with Three High Pass Trek carefully, keeping the satisfaction of our customers because they got to explore the beautiful natural and cultural quintessence of the Rolwaling and Everest Region in a relatively short amount of time. Come and join us during the trek, where you will be able to experience the aesthetically pleasing magnificence of mountains and alluring natural beauty.
Note: Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek with Everest Three High Passes Trek Itinerary is tentative and you can modify it as per your preference. If you think it’s an extreme adventure for you then we can exclude the Everest Three High Pass (Renjo la Pass, Cho La Pass, and Khongmo La Pass). You will be amazed to cross the three passes, along with the opportunity to visit Everest Base Camp.
Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek Route
Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek with Everest Three High Passes starts with the 7-8 hours of the long drive to Gongar. As we reach our trekking starting point we will head towards Simigaun, Kharka, Beding, Na Gaon, Kabung, and Nosy Camp. From there the real adventure starts as you will pass through Tashi Lapcha Pass. As you cross the pass, you will leave the Rolwaling region and step to the Everest Region. From Thame, you will then go ahead to Lungden, Rnejo La Pass, Cho La Pass, Dzongla, Gorekshep, Everest Base Camp, and then Kalapathar. As you reach the top, feast your eyes with glittering Everest region mountains. From there you will then cross to Kongma La and descend to Chhukung, Tengboche, Monjo, Namche, Lukla, and finally to Kathmandu.
Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek Difficulty
Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek and Everest Three High Pass overall is exciting off the beaten trek with strenuous which requires good fitness and endurance capacity. This trek is one of the difficulties among the high passes trek due to its height and landscapes. This trekking also holds a diverse landscape from 1400 m to 5755 m which causes an exciting shift in temperature. You have to cross the four high passes while being in the lap of renowned mountain peaks. So, without a doubt, Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek is the most demanding and technical trek of Nepal.
Trek difficulty also highly depends upon the weather conditions when you will trek to such a high-altitude landscape. The best season during the trek is March to June and September to November. The rainfall and temperature in these seasons remain moderate compared with other seasons. Also, be sure that you are fit in terms of both physically and mentally. This trek is challenging, and you may suffer high altitude sickness because of the diverse altitude range. It is recommended to be physically fit so that you will normally be able to walk 5-6 hours a day.
Best Season for Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek
The best season for Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek is in (February – late May) spring and (September – late November) in autumn. The weather tends to remain stable in spring and autumn, with clearer views. But the pattern doesn’t remain the same.
Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek in Spring
Spring month starts from March and continues up until May. You will feel excellent, and temperatures at high altitudes are still cold during the early season. The tea houses and lodges start to initiate in an alpine zone that was closed during the winter. You can easily cross the high-altitude lands without any difficulties in this season. Forest inside Gaurishankar Conservation Area and Sagarmatha National Park starts to blossom, giving the forest new greener looks, which feel amazing. You will get a chance to see many exotic and even endangered wildlife on the way to trek.
Around mid-spring, the temperature in lower elevation starts to rise, and it will be even hotter in late spring. Still, the upper elevation is perfect to trek during this weather. You will experience the blossom of flowers in the entire lush green forest in late spring. Green hills and snow-capped mountains in the backdrop view are amazingly stunning.
Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek in Summer
June to August months fall in the summer season in Nepal and are also known as the monsoon or rainy season. During this season, you will experience the super-hot in the lower region, especially in the eastern region of the Terai and Hilly region.
The month of June is the pre-monsoon period, and temperature declines during the downpours and thrives on sunny days. Clouds are most likely covers majestic views of mountains, but you may see mountains occasionally. From July to August, you will experience frequent rainfall.
As Nepal is located in a hilly area, there will be a chance to occur landslide problems in monsoon seasons. If you decide to trek in this season, just be sure to take precautions and safety measures. Your trek will be memorable if you have a proper guide who knew the route well as this is the offseason, so there will be few lodges that remain open in this weather condition.
Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek in Autumn
The autumn season starts from September to November when the monsoon is just leaving its effect. But still, the possibility of rainfall is high in the first two weeks. Rain steadily decreases, and moderately skies turn out to be clear where the green rich forest and stunning snow-capped mountain views will come to life. During the season, the trek route will be perfect with not much wind or clouds resulting in the best view of nature and mountains.
The autumn season is also the perfect time of the year, and many Nepalese festivals fall in this season. Taking part in local culture and celebrations is an experience not to be missed. During the late autumn, you will encounter cool weather at high altitudes. The number of tourists will slowly decrease in late autumn. Even the weather is cold; it doesn’t affect the spectacular view of the mountains.
Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek in Winter
December to February is the winter season in Nepal. It is moderately cold at high altitudes, but the perspectives of the landscape are crystal clear.
In mid-winter, huge snowfall will make your trek tough or impossible sometimes. High altitude landscape is yet possible to cross before thick snow seal it down. This high altitude will be excessively challenging at this time. You can pass the trail but only with the best trekking gears.
The lodges will be closed this season, and you may have to camp at some stops. As the weather at a high altitude is challenging, it will add to the adventure. In the late winter, the temperature starts to improve. The snow deposits begin to meltdown, and wildflowers start to blossom everywhere at the lower altitudes.
Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek Cost
When you are thinking about such a high passes trekking, there will be many factors to take into like the best route, time, and how fit do we need to be. But most importantly confusion will be, “How much does Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek cost ?”
This trek is one of the best off-the-beaten trails in the world. In addition, the cost of this trek is relatively expensive because this is a camping trek. The number of tea houses is limited on the trial. Price also heavily depends upon the itinerary and route you are trekking with. This trek can be done in both long or short ways, depends upon your decisions. The number of days and amenities you are consuming during the trek also determines the cost.
Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek cost is more average than other normal trekking in Nepal. On average, this trek will usually take 18-30 days. You will get some discounts if you are in groups. The cost of the Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek extremely depends upon traveling in private or in a group.
Day 1: Arrival Transfer
Day 2: Trip Preparation
Day 3: Drive from Kathmandu to Gongar (1440m). Drive to Simigaon (2020m.) Tent
Day 4: Trek from Simigaon (2020m.) to Kharka (3000m.) Tent
Day 5: Trek from Kharka to Beding (3690m.) Tent
Day 6: Trek from Beding (3690m.) Rest day Tent
Day 7: Trek from Beding to Na Gaon (4170m.) Tent
Day 8: Na Gaon for acclimatization -Tent
Day 9: Trek from Na Gaon to Kabung (4820m.) Tent
Day 10: Trek from Kabung to Trakarding Glacier- Nosy Camp (4980m.) Tent
Day 11: Trek from Nosy Camp to Tashi Lapcha pass(5755m.)-Tashi Lapcha camp( 5665m.) Tent
Day 12: Trek from Tashi Lapcha camp to Thame (3820m.) (Lodge)
Day 13: Thame for rest Day (Lodge)
Day 14: Trek from Thame to Lungden 4400m. 4-5 hrs. (Lodge)
Day 15: Trek from Lungden to Renjo la pass 5360m.-Gokyo 4790m. 8-9 hrs.(Lodge)
Day 16: Trek from Gokyo to Gokyo ri 5360m.-Thangnak 4700m. 7-8 hrs. (Lodge)
Day 17: Trek from Thangnak to Cho la pass 5368m-Dzongla 4830m. 9 hours. (Lodge)
Day 18: Trek from Dzongla to Lobuche 4910m. 4 hours. (Lodge)
Day 19: Trek from Lobuche to Gorekshep 5140m. After lunch hike to Everest Base Camp 5364m.7 hours.
Day 20: Trek from Gorekshep to Kalapathar 5550m-Lobuche 4910m.7 hours (Lodge)
Day 21: Trek from Lobuche to Kongmala 5535m.-Chhukung 4730m.8-9 hours -Lodge)
Day 22: Trek from Chhukung to Tengboche 3900m.5 hours (Lodge)
Day 23: Trek from Tengboche to Monjo for 5-6 hours. (Lodge)
Day 24: Trek from Monjo to Lukla for 5-6 hours. (Lodge)
Day 25: Fly back to Kathmandu early in the morning.
Day 26: Departure Transfer
► Airport/Hotel pick-up and drop off service by private vehicle
► Deluxe hotel accommodation in Kathmandu on a breakfast basis
► Guided city tour in Kathmandu by private vehicle
► All standard meals during the trek (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
► Guest accommodation on a twin-sharing basis during the trek
► An experienced government registered climbing and trekking guide