EBC Gokyo Renjola pass trek

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Everest base camp and two high pass trek focus on the view of world’s highest peak, Mt. Everest (29,029 feet/8,848.68 meters) from the 2 stunning view points. One at Kalapatthar and another at Gokyo Ri top. 2 high pass trek to Everest is also famous as ebc gokyo renjola pass trek.

Everest 2 high passes trek can be a ideal choice for those who are looking for mild adventure.

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  View of Mt Everest, from the top of Renjo la pass – Lake seen at the bottom is Gokyo lake & glacier next to it is Nag Zumba glacier  

Why is the ebc gokyo renjola pass trek ?


The EBC (Everest Base Camp) Gokyo Renjola Pass trek is a variation of the classic Everest Base Camp trek in Nepal. It combines the journey to Everest Base Camp with a visit to the Gokyo Lakes and crossing the challenging Renjo La Pass. The trek offers stunning views of some of the world’s highest peaks, including Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, and others. The Gokyo Lakes, a series of turquoise lakes, are also a highlight, adding to the scenic beauty of the trek.

This trek provides a diverse landscape experience, from the lush vegetation of Sagarmatha National Park to the barren, rocky terrain around Everest Base Camp and the glacial lakes of Gokyo. Crossing the Renjo La Pass adds an extra element of adventure and challenge. While the Everest Base Camp trek is quite popular and can get crowded during peak seasons, the EBC Gokyo Renjola Pass trek offers a less crowded alternative. It allows trekkers to enjoy the beauty of the Everest region while encountering fewer fellow travelers along the way.

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  In the picture we can see gokyo lake.  

Along the trekking route, trekkers pass through several Sherpa villages, providing opportunities to experience the unique Sherpa culture and hospitality. Visits to monasteries and interaction with local people enrich the cultural experience of the trek. Crossing the Renjo La Pass, which stands at an elevation of over 5,300 meters (17,500 feet), presents a challenging but rewarding experience for trekkers. The pass offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys, making the effort to reach it worthwhile.

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The EBC Gokyo Renjola Pass trek can be customized to suit the preferences and fitness levels of trekkers. It can be completed in various durations, ranging from around 14 to 18 days, allowing for flexibility in itinerary planning. The Gokyo Lakes are a highlight of the Everest Base Camp Gokyo Renjola Pass trek, as well as other trekking routes in the Everest region. Many trekkers include a visit to the lakes as part of their itinerary, either as a side trip from the Everest Base Camp trek or as the main destination.

Video of ebc gokyo renjola pass trek – we will do renjo la pass and get to Thame village in ebc gokyo renjola pass trek.


    Among various options of trekking in the Everest region, ebc gokyo renjola pass trek can be a sweet adventure. Help you get back to shape, stay healthy and see most of the Everest with less trouble and time.

    Outline Itinerary of ebc gokyo renjola pass trek.

    1. Fly to Lukla & Trek to Phakding
    2. Trek to Namche Bazaar
    3. Acclimatization day at Namche
    4. Namcheto Tengboche
    5. Tengbocheto Dingboche
    6. Acclimatization at Dingboche
    7. Dingbocheto Lobuche
    8. Lobucheto Gorakshep & Hike to Everest base camp
    9. Early morning climb up to Kalapather for sunrise then trek to Dzonglha
    10. Cross the Chola pass (5420m) then trek down to Tagnag (4695m)
    11. Tagnag to Gokyo
    12. Over Renjo pass (5360m), Gokyo to Lungden
    13. Lungden to Thame village & visit Thame monastery
    14. Thame monastery to Namche
    15. Namche to Lukla
    16. Fly to Kathmandu

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    Itinerary

    You'll catch an early flight to Lukla from the domestic terminal of the Kathmandu International Airport. I'm confident that the beautiful mountain vistas will occupy your attention the entire flight.

    You will go to Phakding by following the Dudh Koshi river and crossing a suspension bridge after landing in Lukla and enjoying a brief break. You can find chortens, mani stones, and prayer flags throughout the trail.

    The second day, following a hearty breakfast, you'll go to Namche Bazaar, one of the largest rest stops.

    The trial includes difficult ascents and descents through beautiful forest and the crossing of a river on swaying suspension bridges.

    It will be essential to give our bodies enough time to adapt to the thinner air as we ascend to ever-higher elevations. Today will be spent in Namche Bazaar acclimating to the altitude and taking advantage of all that this unique trading center has to offer. In fact, the town is renowned for its bakeries, which should be recognized for generating delectable pastries at high altitudes. Additionally, you can go to the Sherpa Culture Museum or go on a brief hike to see the sights near Syangboche Airport.

    After a hearty breakfast to support our strength, we will shoulder our packs and go towards the slender mountaintop above Namche Bazaar. Here, you can see a distinctive stupa honoring Tenzing Norgay and his trip to the summit of Mount Everest alongside Edmund Hillary.As it gets closer to the Dudh Koshi's waterway once more, the trail levels out. We will gradually begin our journey through lush rhododendron forests to reach Tengboche while taking in the breathtaking sights along the way. In the spring, the vibrant rhododendron blooms are a sight to behold if you're hiking. We'll check in at a neighborhood teahouse when we get to Tengboche. Don't pass up the opportunity to see Tengboche Monastery this afternoon; it is the most illustrious and renowned Buddhist temple in the Khumbu.

    Pangboche, Somare, and Dingboche are three of the settlements we pass through on our fifth day of the Everest Base Camp Trek. Huge white mountains like Lhotse and Ama Dablam dominate the skyline as we travel through a beautiful rhododendron woodland and over a long suspension bridge over the Imja Khola river, which is shimmering with color.

    At this point in our Everest Base Camp Trek itinerary, our bodies still require a day to acclimate to the higher elevation. The trekker's adage is "climb high, sleep low" as usual. This allows us to reach the breathtaking viewpoint points of Nagarjun Hill or Chukhung Village without risk before making our way back to Dingboche in the late afternoon. Both of these day climbs provide breathtaking views of the Himalayan peaks Makalu, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and others. You'll cherish this magnificent recollection for the rest of your life as you later watch the sun set over the stone-walled terraces of Dingboche and the windswept peaks of the Alps.

    This morning, properly acclimatized and prepared to resume our trip, we will awaken. The journey today begins with a gentle ascent via tiny communities and transient herders' camps. You'll pass by recognizable mountains like Ama Dablam and Nuptse along the journey, but don't pass up the chance to spot the less well-known Kongma Tse and Taboche.

    Gorak Shep must be one of the most exciting names in the entire Khumbu, along with Namche Bazaar.Before reaching Gorak Shep in the morning, we will climb via a rocky glacier moraine. We'll take a little lunch break here before continuing on to Everest Base Camp. As we travel through the rocky route to get to our final destination with the winds from the tallest mountain in the world howling in our ears, you'll undoubtedly have a spring in your step. It's time to rejoice when we get to base camp! You'll have plenty of time to admire the expansive Himalayan view in front of us. Then, after returning to Gorak Shep, we'll eat a satisfying lunch and lay our heads down while still enjoying in the light of our accomplishment.

    You will climb up to Kala Patthar quite early in the morning. Khumbu Glacier, a 360-degree panoramic mountain panorama, and gorgeous sunrise views can all be seen from Kala Patthar. Your breath is certainly taken away once you get at the Kala Patthar viewpoint.

    Once you've had your fill of the mountains, you'll make the walk back to Dzonglha. Therefore, even while the path from Gorak Shep to Dzongla itself is not particularly difficult, you will also be adding an additional 4 or more hours of higher elevation climbing. You are traversing a portion of a glacier, which makes the terrain a little challenging. 

    Next days you will trek to cross of Chola pass. You not only hike on a glacier but also get some beautiful views of the surrounding mountains and scenery. After arriving at Chola Pass, we continue down the stony route on the opposite side till we reach Phedi. From there, we ascend to Thangna by descending. With only a few lodges and tea shops, it is a little village. Machhermo peak and a few other peaks are visible.

    Until we get at the first Lake of Gokyo, we travel along the glacier trail. The walk to Gokyo is simpler thanks to a flat path that follows the Dudh Koshi River. It is located close to the third lake and is a windy valley. The stunning natural splendor of Dudh Pokhari Lake in Gokyo is mind-blowing.

    The journey is both exciting and difficult, with many ups and downs. Following an early breakfast, you return to the lake.
    Up until Renjo La Pass, the routes get steeper as you continue to ascend. You are greeted with a stunning views of Cho Oyu, Nuptse, Everest, Cholatse, Makalu, and more as soon as you reach the peak.
    You then make a steep descent through the west side of the pass into a lonely valley with beautiful surroundings.
    You continue to descend through the gorgeous meadow in this direction till you reach the Bhote Koshi Valley. After that, you keep moving along the river as you move in the direction of Lungden.
    There are a few teahouses in Lungden that offer simple amenities. You can talk to the hospitable villages and learn about their history.

    From Lungden, we now make our way south and down to Thame. Between these points, the trek is straightforward with primarily mild descents. As you continue along the river's east side, you pass through a number of peaceful settlements.
    You stroll through a stunning, deep forest while spotting different kinds of wildlife and vegetation. Then, you travel by numerous historic, walled Sherpa settlements that exhibit their own culture.
    You reach Thame after more downhill walking. You will go to an old monastery in this tiny community for evening prayers. Later, you can tour the valley and see the breathtaking Teng Kangpoche and Kwangde landscapes.

    You move away from Thame Village and toward Namche Bazaar, the Sherpa Town. You start out by strolling alongside the glacier stream and gradually lower yourself to the Bhotekoshi Valley.
    From here, a suspension bridge allows you to cross the river gorge and explore the enigmatic forest of birch, rhododendrons, and pines. After that, you gradually ascend past magnificent Sherpa settlements to a height above the Bhote Koshi.
    After that, you hike up routes through pine forests and on a flat way until you reach Namche Bazaar. You may once more enjoy hot baths and Western cuisine in this location after so many days.

    Our trip on the Everest Base Camp Trek comes to an end today.We will begin a steep descent through a number of little villages as we put Namche Bazaar to our backs.Your last views of the picturesque Khumbu wildness will be from the vantage point of the numerous suspension bridges, so be sure to take in the wonderful vistas of riverine valleys and forested slopes. When we finally get back to Lukla, we'll celebrate with a meal and look back on our life-altering trek to Everest Base Camp.

    We'll prepare for our return flight to Kathmandu. As we leave the wildness behind and head back to Nepal's bustling capital city, be sure to take in the breathtaking views of the Himalayas one final time. This last evening in Kathmandu is a fantastic chance to pick up some last-minute gifts and savor some exquisite cuisine at one of the city's many outstanding restaurants.

    Overview

    When compare to other treks in the Everest region, three high pass hiking is considered to be challenging. Therefore, we’re taking it a little easier by skipping the KongmaLa pass. And hence makes EBC Gokyo RenjoLa Pass Trekking.This doesn’t mean that the KongmaLa pass is worthless, but removing one pass makes your experience less strenuous. The Chola Pass (5335 m) and the recently discovered Pass Renjo La Pass make up the two high passes in the Everest region in the challenging journey known as the Everest High Pass Trek (5400m.).For bold hikers who want to cross Everest base camp and two high pass treks without committing to any technical climbs, this route is a good choice. The most breathtaking views of the imposing mountains and the lovely isolated valleys are offered by these two high passes.The highest mountain in the world, Everest, at 8848 meters, Cho Oyu, Makalu, Amadablam, Lhotse, and many others, can be seen during EBC Gokyo RenjoLa Pass Trekking. You can see and trek on the glaciers like the Khumbu and Ngozumpa along the Gokyo Valley and Gokyo Lake. View of these famous landmark of Everest are amazing from the top of these 2 passes.EBC Gokyo RenjoLa Pass Trekking gives insight about the Sherpa people’s culture and way of life, who make up the majority of the local population and are among the most accomplished mountaineers in the world.
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      Approaching view of Mt Everest hiding behind another 8 thousander Mt Lhotse – seen on first week of Everest base camp and two high passes trekking trip  
    A picturesque & short flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, in a small plane, signals the best beginning of the trek. From lukla airport itself- the starting point for the Everest region’s less challenging high passes trek – EBC Gokyo RenjoLa Pass Trekking.Our adventure begins at Lukla, following the valley of the Dudh Koshi River. You pass through the Dudh Koshi valley, Sagarmatha National Park, and a rich forest of rhododendron and pine along the journey and up to Everest base camp. You will climb to kalapathar and next day cross the chola pass. You will continue your walk to Gokyo Lake and next morning go up to Gokyo-Ri (5480 meters) to see the Himalayan Mountains. After there, go up to the cross of renjo pass (5360 meters).The following morning, you will continue your walk following down lukla and fly back to Kathmandu.

    Major highlights of EBC Gokyo RenjoLa Pass Trekking

    • Exciting trekking with high passes in the Everest region, Renjo La and Cho La pass
    • Explore Tibetan sherpa culture while seeing the stunning Thame Valley, Gokyo Valley, and Khumbu Valley all at once during the same trip.
    • Cover nearly the entire Everest Trekking Trail, including the two primary Best View Spots, Gokyo Ri and Kala Pattar.
    • Four 8000-meter-plus Himalayan giants (Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, and Mt. Cho Oyu), as well as additional snow-capped peaks
    • At the same time, explore the oldest monasteries in the Khumbu region: Thomo, Thame, Pangboche, and Tengboche. Experience the true adventure of different kinds of wild creatures, birds, and rhododendron woodland.

    Difficulty of the Everest basecamp and two high passes trek

    The Everest Two High Passes Trek is a moderate-to-difficult trek. You will need to walk for 4-5 hours on an average day. Additionally, you have to walk for 7-8 hours on a difficult day. The trek’s highest point, Kala Patthar, is 5,550 meters above sea level.One of the toughest treks in the Everest region is the Everest high passes trek. The trek calls for excellent physical and mental preparation. In order to walk in the high Himalayan zone and pass, you must have hiking experience as well as a few months of training. Our guide has extensive knowledge and frequently goes on treks, so he will carefully advise anyone with little to no experience hiking in the Himalaya.

    What time of year is ideal for the Everest base camp and High Pass Trek?

    The best times to complete the Everest high pass trek are in the spring (March to May) and autumn (mid-September to November). June to August (monsoon) are the wet months and Himalayan views may not clear and trekking trails are slippery. Winter (December–February) is too cold, with temperatures approaching zero and a small possibility of making two passes.

    Maximum altitude of everest basecamp and two high pass trek

    Your journey starts from Nepal capital city Kathmandu (1400m) to Lukla airport (2846 m). Lukla is the starting point of trekking and in this trek you get the maximum altitude Cross the Chola pass (5420m).

    Accommodation facilities of Everest basecamp and two high pass trek

    We stay in lodging or teahouses while on the hike. The teahouses are simple in design. While some of them offer a western-style option, others use squatting toilets. Most tea establishments charge for the use of hot water, and showers don’t always provide hot water. Internet access is available in some teahouses, but it’s always an extra cost.

    Altitude sickness symptoms and treatment

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    Looking at the other side of Chola pass after getting to the top.
    Altitude sickness may occur if you go to a high height without giving your body time to acclimate. Both headache and nausea are symptoms. Your symptoms should go away on their own if you descend to a lower elevation. Altitude sickness can be fatal in extreme circumstances.Pause, and take a moment to relax. For at least 24 to 48 hours, stop from going any higher. Ibuprofen or paracetamol should be taken if you have a headache. Take an anti-sickness medication, such as promethazine, if you feel sick. Ensure you’re getting enough water to drink. Don’t exercise, drink alcohol, or smoke.

    All Inclusive package cost details for Everest 2 high passes trekking

    Inclusion details of Everest 2 high passes trek

    • Domestic flights, to and from Lukla.
    • Airport pickup and drop by private car for domestic and international flights as per the itinerary.
    • All Breakfast with tea, Lunch and Dinner during the trek and fresh fruit every night after dinner.
    • All accommodation during the trek.
    • All necessary paperworks, entry permits & Sagarmatha national park entrance fee.
    • Fluent English speaking and trained, Government licensed guide including all his salary, food, drinks, accommodation, transport and insurance during the trek and tour.
    • A helpful porter with proper equipment (one porter for two people).
    • All government taxes and office expenses.
    • Credit card fee for online payable amount
    • Added Value – (1) Dawn sleeping bag, Dawn Jacket to be returned after the trek(2) Waterproof duffel Bag, Walking Poles, quick dry T-shirt, Cap – to take away(3) Oxymeter to check your oxygen saturation and Heart beat with medical kit box carried by Guide(4) Satellite Phone for extremely remote destination

    Exclusion details of Everest 2 high passes trek

    • Nepal entry visa fee (you may easily get the visa upon your arrival at International Airport – Kathmandu). You need 30$ dollar visa fee for 15 days, cash money will be easier
    • Your Travel and medical insurance.
    • All the alcoholic and non-alcoholic hot and cold drinks, tea or coffee in the morning are included with breakfast.
    • Tips for the guide, porter and driver (Tipping is expected).

    EBC Gokyo RenjoLa Pass Trekking FAQs'

    How much Luggage Can I Bring to Everest High Passes Trek?

    Each trekker’s luggage is limited to approx. 11 to 14 kilos for the flight for Kathmandu to lukla. During the trek every two hikers share one porter and one porter carries about 25 kg.

    If you are looking for what to pack for the trek – follow the link – equipment pack list.

    You will bring a small backpack to carry your personal belongings during the trekking – this bag is called day pack in trekking terminology.

    How fit should I be?

    For EBC Gokyo RenjoLa Pass Trekking you as a outdoor person in good physical shape is good enough. High altitudes in the Nepalese Himalayas are not east to trek over, but also not as hard as you would imagine.

    There are few difficult sections of the trek, around 12 hours of walking on the day of everest base camp day or early strat for renjo la or cho la pass day are hardest of entire trekking. However, keep in mind that – everest base camp day of all everest region trekking are hard and common. It is because of high altitude and Gorakshep – the last village of the trek being 2 hours away from the everest base camp.
    However, EBC Gokyo RenjoLa Pass Trekking doesn’t require any technical knowledge on climbing. We do not need to use any climbing equipment. It is recommended to train yourself for at least a month before you sign up for the trek.

    Can we pay for this trip using a credit card and cash?

    All the trip packages with nepalgram can be paid in cash, paypal, Interac transfer, bank transfer or any other form of the online payment.

    How is the water quality on the paths leading to Everest Two High Pass?

    Cheap and easily accessible bottled water is not recommended to use in the mountains. It will cost between USD 1 t0 3 for a bottle of water.

    Replacing mineral water in plastic bottles, you can use water treatment tablets or liquid. Also you can buy boiled water and cool it or drink as it is.

    It is advisable to use water purification tablets because – it is great idea to be safe than sorry. One bacteria is enough to cause you bad stomach or diarrheia and ruin the entire trip schedule. Is not it?

    Can I walk to Everest Two High Pass considering I've never done trek or hikes before?

    You can, indeed. No matter who you are, trekking guide at Nepalgram will provide you all the emotional and technical help you need to make your dream of standing at the Everest Two High Pass. If you can walk for 5 to 6 hours per day for 2 weeks, you can do everest 2 high passes trek.

    There are 2 rest or acclimatization days in this 2 weeks trekking time frame.

    What kind of lodging and food is offered during the ebc gokyo renjola pass trek?

    Accommodation in general Everest base camp trek are very comfortable than you would imagine. But for sure there is no indoor heating and nights are going to be cold. However you will get the extra blankets and Nepalgram provides you sleeping bags.

    Regarding the food – variety of meals, including western cuisine, and local foods like dalbhat will be common food for 2 weeks of ebc gokyo renjola pass trek. We will try our best to get the room with inside toilet or bathroom in as many places as possible.

    Does the Everest High Pass Trek provide WiFi?

    Nowadays, the most of the tea houses along the Everest 2 high passes route have Wi-Fi. To use WIFI, you have to pay approx. USD5 to 15. However the WIFI signal are fairly poor, but in the clear weather you will get the best internet even with your local sim card.

    You can get local sim card on arrival at the international airport at kathmandu.

    Can I shower while on a Trek?

    You can take a proper hot shower at places like – Namche, Lukla. Hot shower will cost between 2 to 5 dollars depending with tea house. But cold shower is for a charges.

    Bucket hot water shower is available everywhere during everest trek.

    Is it possible to keep luggage in Kathmandu?

    Yes, our hotel or office can store your bags for free.

    Is there a minimum age requirement to hike the Everest Two High Pass?

    No. You can have a good physical fitness and have a positive mindset. You will easily do ebc gokyo renjola pass trek – irreverent of your age.

    What kind of clothing do we need for the trekking, and can we get it in Kathmandu before the trip begins?

    You need warm dress for the High Pass. But even for the trekking, you can decide on site – to wear as per the present weather. Frequent switching of cloths during the ebc gokyo renjola pass trek is very normal.

    Down jacket, thermal long underwear, comfortable hiking pants, t-shirts, fleece, windproof jacket, cap, scarf, and gloves are some of the common wears for ebc gokyo renjola pass trek.

    And yes, you can buy stuff in the Thamel area of Kathmandu. Trekking shops in Kathmandu has all of the trekking and climbing gears from both national and international brands.

    What problems can arise on high altitude?

    Ebc gokyo renjola pass trek itinerary with Nepalgram has been specifically designed to avoid any AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) at its best. Altitude sickness for trek in Nepal – typically starts at elevations of 3,600 meters and higher.

    For acclimatization, we will be trekking at a steadily slow and progressive pace. It is suggested to cut off alcohol, cigarettes, and coffee. We recommend to drink 4 liters or more of water each day.

    Do not skip acclimatization or rest day in the designed itinerary. You also can use Diamox (if any symptoms shows up). Hot water, tea and hot soup helps as well.

    I am a vegetarian. Am I supposed to get enough meal on my trek?

    Nepalgram won’t suggest non-vegetarian food because the meat higher up are not fresh & hygienic. This says – vegetarian is the best idea of trekking to ebc gokyo renjola pass or any trek in Nepal.

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