Tashi Lapcha Pass trek is located in the Gauri Shankar region of northeastern Nepal. Biodiversity, history, and interactions with a mythical figure are all part of the Tashi Laptsa Pass Trek. It also allows discovering the biggest Tso-Rolpa lake. Tashi Laptsa Pass converts it into a trading route between the Rolwaling and Everest regions. Ramdung Peak, Pachermo Peak, and Melungste are among the well-known hiking peaks. It’s ideal from both aspects since you’ll be able to enjoy isolated Rolwaling valley. Also, visit the exceptional and famous Khumbu valley and parts of the Everest base camp trek.
The Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek is one of the most difficult treks because it’s owing to the rockfall and requires to walk many days along the beautiful glacier. A peak climbing permit of Pachhermo is required while trekking to the Tashi Lapcha pass. The trekker should be well equipped for iceberg and ice works and have a strong understanding of ice handling. The Tashi Lapcha pass trek is not only difficult but also a wilderness expedition.
The Tashi Laptsa Pass trek offers a slightly different experience but equally splendid views of the high Himalayas. The best time to tour in this region in the spring and autumn season, but we can arrange for all the year upon request on a camping basis. Eric Ship ton discovered this trekking trail in 1951 during the research footprints of Yeti.
Highlights of the Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek
|Trek Duration||18 days|
|Max. Altitude||5577 Meters|
Tashi Laptsa Pass Trekking itinerary.
|Days||Destinations||Altitude in Meters||Walking Distance|
|1.||Kathmandu to Singati& trek to Shuru Dovan||950||6h00 drive|
|2.||Trek to Jagat||1400||6h00|
|3.||Trek to Simi Gaon||1990||5h00|
|4.||Trek to Kharka||2900||6h00|
|5.||Trek to Beding||3690||4h00|
|6.||Trek to Na||4180||5h00|
|7.||Trek to Tso-Rolpa Lake||4588||7h00|
|8.||Trek to Trakarding Glacier||4800||4h00|
|9.||Trek to Tashi Lapcha Base Camp||5010||5h00|
|10.||Trek to Tenpo via Tashi Lapcha Pass (5755 meters)||4370||7h00|
|11.||Trek to Thame||3820||5h00|
|12.||Trek to Namche Bazaar||3440||5h00|
|13.||Trek to Lukla||2800||7h00|
|14.||Fly to Kathmandu||1350|
Permits & regulations for Tashi Laptsa Pass Trek.
Rolwaling Valley is restricted; the special permit is mandatory, whereas for the Tashi Lapcha Pass, it auto combined with Pachhermo Peak. So, it requires five different permissions to complete this trek. Pachhermo Peak permits costs to differ according to the seasons.
- Rolwaling Valley Restricted Area Permits Us$ 20 Per Person/week
- Pachhermo Peak Permit US$ 250 (Mar-May), US$ 125 (Sept – Nov), US$ 70 (Dec – Feb), and US$ 70 (Jun – Aug)
- Gauri Shankar Conservation Area Project (GCAP) US$ 28
- Sagarmatha National Park US$ 28
- Pasang Lhamu Rural Munipatily. US$ 18
Day 1: Arrival day (1,300 m)
Day 2: Free day and trek preparation.
Day 3: Kathmandu – Shigati (950 m) Trek to Suri Dobhan.
Day 4: Suri Dobhan – Jagat (1440 m): 6h00 walk.
Day 5: Jagat – Simigaun (1,990 m): 5h00 walk.
Day 6: Simigaun – Kharka (2,900 m): 6h00 walk.
Day 7: Kharka – Beding (3,690 m): 4h00 walk.
Day 8: Beding – Na (4,180 m): 5h00 walk.
Day 9: Na – Tso Rolpa Lake (4,588 m): 7h00 walk.
Day 10: Tso Rolpa – Trakarding Glacier (4800 m): 4h00 walk.
Day 11: Trek – Tasha Lapcha Base Camp (5,010 m): 5h00 walk.
Day 12: Cross Tashi Lapcha Pass (5,755m) – Thengpo (4370 m): 7h00 walk.
Day 13: Thengpo – Thame (3,820 m): 5h00 walk.
Day 14: Thame – Namche Bazaar (3,440m): 5h00 walk.
Day 15: Namche – Lukla (2,840 m) 7h00 walk.
Day 16: Flight: Lukla – Kathmandu.
Day 17: Free day in Kathmandu
Day 18: Final departure
|DEPARTURE/RETURN||Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please report at least 2 hours before the flight.|
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1. You can enjoy your trek entirely without carrying a heavy backpack.
2. Another is to increase the local communities’ income.