‘The 10 things to know before you plan the adventure for the upcoming year 2023’
Everest Three High Passes trekking that one should know and be aware of before planning this fabulous adventure.
One of the most exciting adventurous trekking, in and around the greater Himalayan range. This wonderful adventure involves walking on high terrains and crossing above 5,000 m / 16, 404 feet pass.
Where you will traverse from one scenic valley to another beautiful area.
Crossing over Kongma-La 5,535 m, Cho-La 5, 367 m and Renjo-La 5,340 m.
Includes Everest Base Camp trek and hike to Kalapathar(5,555m), the highest point of the adventure. For the closest views of Mt. Everest and other giant surrounding peaks.
Trekkers with good physical fitness and sound health can join this great Everest Three High Passes Trekking.
The trek leads to strenuous steep climb with long hours of walk to overnight designated stops. Trekkers should be well prepared before booking this amazing adventure around Everest and checking the standard itinerary duration of walks.
We have lined ten important things to know and to prepare for this exciting adventure Everest Three Passes Trek.
01: The first thing is choosing the right reliable and trustworthy trekking
agents of Nepal with good reputations. Should be registered with Government of Nepal Tourism Department and related organization of Tourism Industry.
Such as TAAN (Trekking Agent Association of Nepal), NMA (Nepal Mountaineering Association), and other sectors related to Adventure Tourism.
02: On booking Everest Three High Passes Trekking, one should know well the
local company background and history.
03: Most important about the trekking guide’s profile, is his / her past and
present experience on high altitude adventures. Good to know how
many times he or she has led the trek over the past years.
04: Other previous and former client/trekkers feedbacks or reviews regarding the trek, services of the company, and guide.
05: Depending upon the trip cost/price, should be aware of what’s included and excluded in the package on this trip.
06: What age group are allowed for this adventurous and challenging trek, as some of the companies have different policies?
As well as norms and rules of various local trekking agencies due to medical and travel insurance on age limit.
07: It is best to reach Kathmandu on time before the trek departure, to be familiar with the local culture and environment. As well choosing the right best season which is in spring from March to May, and autumn from September and November.
08: Getting Medical and Travel Insurance for this high-altitude adventure, which can cost a little higher than normal trekking. Should cover emergency evacuation by fastest transportation and using Helicopter services.
09: Clients or trekkers should be well aware of Eco-Trekking, and as Responsible Tourist, respect the local culture. As well as dos’ and don’ts, staying healthy throughout the trip in Nepal and taking care of the pristine environment.
10: Before or after booking well in advance, should be well prepared physically, mentally, and in good health. Should counsel your family doctor, regarding the high altitude walks and sicknesses like AMS
(Acute Mountain Sickness). This is normal on this high-altitude trek if one it’s not aware of how to cope with the situation. Like walking slow pace, having rest quite often, drinking plenty of fluid/water, etc.
Last but not the least, packing the right gear for the trek, the first thing is good trekking boots. Warm clothing, ask for the equipment or gear list with the company booked from. As well as carrying a valid passport not exceeding 6 months expiration date from the day the visa is obtained. Including personal medical or First Aid Kit for own safety and precautions.