Island Peak with Everest Base Camp Trek

Go for Island peak climbing with Everest Base Camp Trek if you are looking to jump a step ahead from trekking to mountaineering. Island peak (Imja Tse) is the most attainable climbing peak. Situated only 10 km away from Mt. Everest summit of Island peak provides 360-degree panorama of many of the highest mountains in the world. Island peak, the most climbed climbing peak of Himalaya is an extension of south end of Mt. Lhotse Shar.

If you are looking for trekking in Nepal and want to test mountaineering in Nepal, then Island peak climbing is the perfect ice climbing trip to try first among the 33 “trekking peaks” of Nepal. Although Himalayan Peaks should not be underestimated, Island Peak has the potential to offer the fit and experienced hill walkers a window into the world of mountaineering in the greater ranges.

Our Island Peak Climbing with Everest Base Camp provides an excellent experience for first stage mountaineering to novice adventure lovers. Our Island peak climbing with EBC Trek program starts in Kathmandu. We spend a day in Kathmandu preparing for the venture with brief UNESCO heritage sites visit. We take an exhilarating flight to Lukla and start trekking through the classic EBC trekking trail through different beautiful Sherpa villages.

During the trek, we spend two nights in Namche and Dingboche to aid acclimatization. Also, we trek to Everest Base Camp to acclimatize ourselves for our Island peak climbing target. We also trek up to Kala Patthar for best views of Everest and its neighboring peaks well as for acclimatization. Then we trek back to Chhukung to start our next part of adventure, i.e. Island peak climbing.

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