Three Peaks Climbing in Nepal (Island, Lobuche, Kyajo Ri)

7 Dec 2023 Peak Climbing Nepal

Three Peaks Climbing in Nepal (Island, Lobuche, Kyajo Ri)

Nepal is widely known for its numerous trekking peaks and land of mountains. Climbers often carry an ambitious goal of summiting multiple peaks during a single expedition. Three Peaks Climbing is an excellent initiation into the world of Himalayan adventure. It involves the high altitude trekking and mountaineering adventures. This package combines the three challenging peaks simultaneously in a single journey. The package is specially crafted for those climbers who are driven by the passion for adventure to thrill and vanquish.

The attempt to climb three different peaks in a single mountaineering adventure is a big deal. Such endeavors need proper planning and acclimatization processes to achieve success. It is better to have previous trekking experience in high altitudes to climb all three peaks one after another. Strong physical strength with a basic level of mountaineering skills is beneficial in the expedition journey. The Himalayas mark as an optimal place to climb naturally high and pursue your aspirations.

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Island, Lobuche and Kyajo Ri

Island, Lobuche and Kyajo Ri

Embark on an exhilarating and adventurous ascent to conquer the three peaks: Island, Lobuche, and Kyajo Ri. Each of these expeditions provides you with an opportunity for an unforgettable peak climbing experience. Climbing these three peaks not only covers the major highlights of the Everest region but also provides a good chance to delve into the renowned Sherpa Climbers’ life. In addition, trekking along the trails offers an exploration of the diverse flora and fauna within the Sagarmatha region.

To reach the Island Peak, we trek along the Everest Base Camp route, where several teahouses and Tibetan monasteries pass by. The Island Peak, a magnificent mountain is even known as Imja Tse. It is considered a practice peak for beginner mountaineers but is still challenging. The peak climbing is taken as a moderately difficult level. It involves several technicalities like ice and rock sections, which need the requirement of equipment like ice axes, crampons, and ropes.

After finishing the Island Peak Climbing journey, we proceed to the Lobuche Base Camp. We further ascent to the high camp, where we make the necessary preparations to summit the Lobuche Peak. After that, we return to Lobuche Base Camp and continue an ongoing trek. Navigating through the local landscapes, we reach the Kyajo Ri Base Camp from where we will summit the Kyajo Ri Peak. Kyajo Ri Peak, also located in the Khumbu region, is bit more challenging than the other climbed peaks. With robust health and prior climbing experience, climbers can undoubtedly summit this peak. From here, we retrace back.

In terms of difficulty level, Kyajo Ri is the most challenging, with Island Peak the least, and Lobuche lies between these two peaks. The suitable time to climb three peaks is in April to May and October to November. It is best to climb these peaks in suggested months when there is the presence of supportive weather, such as clear skies and favorable winds.

Mera, Island and Lobuche Peak

Mera, Island and Lobuche Peak

Generally, we take the trek as a journey above the clouds. The Three Peaks Climbing trip offers an incredible journey summiting the three iconic peaks above 6000 m in a single trip. Climbing Mera, Island, and Lobuche Peak stand out as the most popular Three Peaks Climbing in the Everest region. The trekking experience at Everest Base Camp (EBC) is a lifetime adventure. The Everest base camp is situated in the heart of the Khumbu Valley, which is a renowned trekkers and tourist hub in Nepal. For all the climbers who wish to see the breathtaking view of Everest, EBC stands as a spectacular vantage point.

The common sequence to climb Mera, Island, and Lobuche Peak is to start with Mera, followed by Island, and end with Lobuche. This order is better to be followed because it allows for better acclimatization during the ascent of Mera Peak, which is the highest among the three. Climbing progressively higher peaks helps climbers adapt to the increasing altitude, ultimately reducing the risk of altitude-related sickness.

As compared to the Everest Base Camp Trek, this part of Khumbu, where we trek for provided three peaks, is comparatively less traveled. The teahouses and amenities are notably more rudimentary. We trek, acclimatize, and climb Mera and Island Peak and again acclimatize and keep moving forward to finally tackle Lobuche Peak.

Lobuche Peak is generally considered more technical among the three. The climb includes an ideal setting for refreshing fundamental skills and mastering the technique of fixed rope climbing. Lobuche involves glaciated terrain, steeper ascents, ice walls, and rock sections, so a good understanding of basic mountaineering techniques is required. From the summit, the breathtaking views across the valley offer a stunning panorama of Ama Dablam and the southern wall of Lhotse and Nuptse.

Pokalde, Island, and Lobuche climbing – 25 days itinerary.

Pokalde, Island, and Lobuche climbing - 25 days itinerary.

Pokalde, Island, and Lobuche are the three distinct peaks of the Everest region. All three peaks, which are located in the world-famous Everest region, are part of the world’s highest mountain range. Ascending these three peaks demands a mastery of technical climbing skills, excellent physical fitness, and a profound level of dedication and commitment to the challenging endeavor. Each of these peaks caters to varying skill levels, providing trekkers and climbers with diverse options to explore and conquer the stunning landscapes of the Everest region.

For several days, we continue our trek navigating through villages, forests, and rivers amidst the picturesque mountain landscapes of the Khumbu region. We gradually make our way towards the Everest Base Camp, and proceeding beyond; we reach a vantage point that unveils the unparalleled view of Mount Everest.

Witnessing such beauty on way, we reach the Island Peak. Island Peak is thought to resemble an island in a sea of ice, as seen from Dingboche. Located in the heart of the Khumbu region, Island Peak is chosen by the climbers as a stepping stone to prepare for the higher and more challenging ascents.

It has minimal technical challenges and is accessible even to beginner climbers with strong endurance capability. Hence, it is one of the highly favored options among the 6000-meter peak. Island Peak attracts numerous climbing groups, enticing them to summit their peak.

The trek of Lobuche Base Camp passes through the iconic Everest Base Camp route. We acclimatize and gradually pace up. After a rewarding experience of summiting the Lobuche Peak, we shifted the camp to the base of our next goal, Pokalde. Pokalde involves a straightforward approach that helps solidify your skills.

Pokalde is considered to be the least technical and manageable for climbers with minimal experience. It is a comparatively less climbed peak, but it doesn’t mean it won’t provide fantastic mountain views. The ascent to Pokalde Peak involves rock scrambling and snow climbing. The summit view is rewarding with the surrounding peaks like Makalu, Pumori, and Ama Dablam.

Lobuche is the most technical to climb among these three peaks. The climb involves demanding terrain with a glacier traverse of steep snow and ice slopes. Island Peak is considered less technical than the Lobuche, with a gradual ascent, but it still demands physical fitness and basic climbing skills. We recommend the Spring and Autumn seasons as the best time to trek and climb the Pokalde, Island, and Lobuche Peak.

More about the Peaks

More about the Peaks island peak, pokalde peak, mera peak

Island Peak

Island Peak, 6,189 meters/2,0,305 feet, also known as Imja Tse, is a stunning mountain in the Himalayas of Nepal. The peak is among the most favored trekking peaks in Nepal, drawing considerable attention among adventure enthusiasts. It is a part of Sagarmatha National Park and a prominent attraction for trekkers and climbers in this region. The island Peak climb is reached traversing by the route of Sherpa villages and the famous Everest Base Camp trail. Perched above the summer settlements of Chhukung, Island Peak directs an elevated position in the Himalayas.

The Island Peak unfolds the breathtaking Panoramic vistas of the surrounding peaks such as Lhotse, Nuptse, and the majestic Mount Everest. Island Peak is often challenging, requiring technical skills. The climbers choose this peak as a higher altitude climbing preparation.


Lobuche Peak, 6,119 meters /20,075 feet, is located in the Khumbu region of Nepal. It is a fascinating and attractive peak that comprises a captivating array of small summits. Lobuche consists of two main peaks, Lobuhe East and Lobuche West. Nestled near the Everest Base Camp trekking route, Lobuche Peak offers a challenging climb with the stunning Himalayas vying with iconic peaks, including Everest, Lhotse, and Nuptse.

Climbers often choose Lobuche Peak to embrace the technical ascent. The climb involves a combination of rock, ice, and snow trails. We need to climb steep snow and icy slopes to reach the summit of Lobuche Peak. From the top, we will have awe-inspiring vistas of elevated valleys and many snow-capped peaks encircling the Everest region. Embarking on this climb provides a fulfilling adventure. Lobuche is the best choice for climbers seeking a challenging Himalayan adventure.

Kyajo Ri

Kyajo Ri Peak, 6,186 meters / 20,296 feet, is a majestic peak in the Khumbu region of the Himalayas. It is an amazing pyramid-shaped peak, which makes it visually appealing. Kyajo Ri has its highest peak summit, situated on the southern slopes of the Khumbu Himal range, north of Namche Bazaar. It provides climbers with a wide-angle view of neighboring peaks and the awe-inspiring topography of the Everest region. Those undertaking the Himalayan adventure in the Kyajo Ri peak are blessed with its technical excitement and unparalleled Himalayan views.

Kyajo Ri Peak offers a rewarding experience of peak climbing. The climbing is a bit tough; however, the rewarding vistas of the high peaks are healing. Climbing and reaching the summit of Kyajo Ri is possible only through a progression to moderate rock climbing followed by steep alpine ice ascent. The ultimate ascent to the pinnacle of the peak provides an opportunity to gaze upon the surrounding summits of the Khumbu region, including prominent peaks like Everest, Makalu, Lhotse, and Cho Oyu.

Mera Peak

Mera Peak elevates 6,476 meters / 21,247 feet above sea level. This mountain in the Khumbu region, offers a thrilling adventure for climbers. Therefore, for adventure-seeking climbers in the Himalayas, Mera Peak is one of the most popular choices. Mera Peak holds the identification of being the highest among several other trekking peaks in Nepal. The climb to Mera Peak is not technically commanding, which makes it suitable to climb only with basic mountaineering skills. Attaining the summit unveils panoramic and exquisite vistas of the world’s highest peaks, such as Mt. Everest, Makalu, Lhotse, Cho Oyo, etc.

Pokalde Peak

The elevation of Pokalde Peak is 5,806 meters / 19,049 feet above sea level. Nestled in the Himalayas within the Khumbu region, Pokalde Peak is situated near the village of Dingboche. The village of Dingboche offers a starting route for the Pokalde Peak ascent.

Accent to Pokalde Peak is commonly through Lukla, with a trek through Namche Bazaar and Tengboche before reaching Dingboche. The base camp of Pokalde is usually set up near Dingboche, and it takes only a short time to climb compared to other high peaks. In the Himalayan region, Pokalde is one of the less technical peaks. The climbers with basic mountaineering skills can climb this peak.