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Lukla Flight Alert [Everest Region]

Lukla Flight Alert

The Government of Nepal has announced an issue for the flight operation to Lukla. Most of the flights to Lukla will commence from Ramechhap until further notice to avoid the heavy traffic congestion in Kathmandu airport. The airport in Ramechhap is located 130km from Kathmandu (approximately 3-4 hours drive).

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Pikey Peak Trek

Pikey Peak Trek – 8 Days

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  • 8 Days
  • Group : 1-15 People
  • Guided Trekking
  • Difficulty : Moderate

Pikey Peak Trek is a newly opened trekking route in Solukhumbu region that offers us to discover the Everest and lower Khumbu area along the evolving landscapes. It offers stunning sunset and sunrise views over this region’s towering peaks along with special Sherpa culture and lifestyle background. We’ll have the chance to see the world’s most revered Himalayan range including mountains like Everest (8848 m), Kanchenjunga (8586 m), Makalu (8463 m), Lhotse (8414 m) and many other snow-covered mountains. Being a recently introduced trekking path, it offers the off-beaten path trekking opportunity.

Our road to Pikey Peak begins with a scenic drive from Kathmandu to Dhap Bazar, and our journey begins. Although this path is recently opened, it is one of the trekkers ‘preference alternatives as the route passes from the Lower Khumbu area. The area is considered offering spectacular views of Mt. Everest (8848 m) and its surrounding mountains, although at a lower altitude. Regarded one of the best short controversy treks, the prestigious path leads along the way to the Pikey Base Camp with the dense spread of rich Buddhist culture. The green valleys, ancient monasteries, massive Mani walls, spectacular forests of rhododendron and stunning sunset and sunrise views are the main attractions of this trekking route. Pikey peak is renowned for its calm scenery, special Sherpa culture and beautiful mountain views. The trail follows less crowded Khumbu town, rhododendron forests, and small villages. The peaceful mountains and views of the Himalayan panorama give a magical feel that draws many visitors.

If you’re hoping for a short hike nearby Everest, Pikey Peak Trek is ideal for you. This trek promises not only beautiful mountain scenery and scenic beauty but also cultural discovery of the Sherpas living in Everest. Lying at 4067 meters level, trekking to Pikey Peak may not be very difficult, particularly for an experienced trekker. They recommend physical exercises for beginners, though.

Our eight-day schedule for Pikey Peak Trek is for both skilled and new trekkers. Pikey Peak Trek is essentially a short trekking destination in Everest. So if you have a time limit and still want to visit Everest, you can join us at Mountain Hike Nepal.

Check out our another itinerary for the Jiri Pikey Peak and Dudhkunda Trekking Package.

Highlights

Discover Sherpa’s fascinating culture and tradition

Spectacular views of the world’s highest peaks such as Mount Everest, Mount Kanchenjunga, Mount Dhaulagiri, Lhotse, Makalu, etc

Visit various regions’ ancient and majestic monasteries

Trekking up Peak for stunning sunrise views

 

Recommended Airport

Tribhuvan International Airport
Ring Rd, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal (Google Map)

Cost Includes & Excludes

Include
Exclude

Your entire local Meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek

Tea House accommodation during the trekking

A highly experienced, helpful and friendly government license holder Guide, his food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment’s, medicine

A Strong Porter among the two trekkers (one porter sharing among two trekkers) including all his expenses including full insurance during the trek

Sagarmatha National Park Permit Fees

Procedure of Emergency Helicopter rescue service (paid by your Travel Insurance Company)

Kathmandu to Dhap Bazaar by Public Transportation

Phaplu to Kathmandu by Public Transportation

Government Taxes and Service Fee

Accommodation and meals in Kathmandu

Travel insurance

Items and expenses of personal nature

Any kind of alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, snacks, laundry, phone call, internet
Emergency Evacuation (Helicopter Rescue)

Any costs which arise due to a change of the itinerary, because of landslides, domestic flight delays, political disturbance, and strikes etc.

Trekking Gears 

Tips for guide and Porter(s)

Any other costs whatsoever, that is not mentioned in the cost included

Itinerary

Day 01: Drive by local bus from Kathmandu to Dhap Bazaar 2850m/7-8 hours, Distance 250km

Today,We’re leaving Kathmandu by local bus to Dhap Bazaar. The route parallels the Sunkoshi River, which meets Tama Koshi River deeper ahead on our drive creating a wide Koshi River to Ghurmi. We’ll enjoy traditional Nepali food and continue driving along the thick rhododendron forests. We’ll pass various construction areas before entering Dhap Bazaar which takes about 3 hours to reach. We’ll visit the nearby bazaar and see residents ‘ lifestyle. Lodge overnight.

Day 02: Trek to Jhapre 2815m/4 hours via Sigane, Distance 13km

 We’ll proceed along a dusty road to Sigane today. The path proceeds over bumpy roads to Jhapre. The mountains located in the country’s northern region are popular for outstanding viewpoints. From here, we can clearly see the Everest (8848 m) and the Numbur Himal and see gompas and stupas in the area. Lodge overnight.

Day 03: Trek to Pikey Base Camp 3640m/5 hours, Distance 15km

In the early morning, we will wake up to see the first bright sun’s rays falling on the silver lining of snow-capped peaks. We will resume our trek along a dusty road for a while and then start walking uphill before reaching Bhulbule. From here, the path is steep, climbing through Lhamuje’s rhododendron woods and small settlements. The path beyond Lhamuje opens up to reveal a field where yaks are grazing. We’ll cross a long Mani wall and ascend the winding road to Pikey Base Camp. We’ll tour the Yak Cheese Factory and enjoy stunning views of the valley’s majestic mountains. Overnight at Lodge

Day 04: Trek to Junbesi 2680m/6/7 hours via Pikey Peak 4065m, Distance 22km

 The day starts with early morning trekking across the steep rocky ridgeline to Pikey Peak (4065 m). We will enjoy the beautiful view over the mountains of Mt. Everest (8848 meters), Number Chuli (6959 meters), Thamserku (6608 meters), Kangtega (6685 meters), Khatang (6853 meters), Kanchenjunga (8586 meters), Manaslu (8163 meters), Dhaulagiri (8167 meters), Gaurishankar (7134 meters), Dorje Lakpa (6966 meters) and Langtang. We’ll descend to Junbesi, catching the beautiful views in our images, accompanied by the descent to Lamjura. On our journey we’ll enter Junbesi, passing several Mani walls and chortens. We’ll visit an old monastery in this village and enjoy the wonderful north view of Numbur Himal. Lodge overnight.

Day 05: Exploration trip to Thuptenchholing Gompa 2920m/4 hours, Distance 9km

 Today will be our village discovery day. We’re going to hike to the 19th century Thuptenchholing Gompa. The road climbs up the Junbesi Khola to Gompa. Gompa provides in-depth research into the region’s history and religious heritage. After a while here, we head to Junbesi. Lodge overnight.

Day 06: Trek to Phaplu 2380m/4 hours, Distance 11km

 Today we should navigate the falling dusty trail along the Junbesi Khola to a steel suspension bridge. Crossing the bridge we’ll hit Beni Ghat. We must start on the trail full of scenic pleasures until entering Phaplu. We will explore the area as we go to Rolwaling field. Lodge overnight.

Day 08: Drive from Phaplu to Kathmandu 7/8 hours

Take local bus to Kathmandu early morning. It takes around 7-8 hours to reach Kathmandu from Phaplu. Viewing the exotic landscape from your seat, you’ll enter Kathmandu. Our trek ends today!

 

FAQ

How difficult is trekking?

The difficulty of the trek completely depends on the trek you select.

If you’re trekking for its first time, if your physical health doesn’t require you to (because of age or other medical problems) you could still looking for easy treks.

Easier treks have shorter days, fewer walking distance in a day, and comparatively low elevations. You don’t need previous training or knowledge to get to these areas.

If you’re an explorer searching for some fun, you have plenty to choose from. Challenging treks have longer days. On average, you’ll have to hike for 5-7hrs a day and these treks are often at high altitudes. Such treks often require good physical fitness.

In comparison to other goods, trekking is not easier. Difficulty level has nothing to do with the trek understanding you will obtain.

Go for what you want and make your physical ability. Don’t overpush yourself. Trekking isn’t for competition or most wins, it’s more for relaxation. 

How expensive is trekking?

Everything depends entirely on how much you are prepared to spend on your journey. You can stroll luxuriously or you can rucksack a lot. It all depends on how much you can do with your bank balance.

You will be able to get rooms for less than $3-4 a night or you can opt for luxury resorts up to 60-1000 USD a night. You will not need more than $10 in average for a meal. You will have 3 meals for $10 if you are hunting for budget locations! Nevertheless, food in such areas is very costly at a poor hygiene cost.

Essentially, Nepal is not an expensive location of tourism. It is definitely one of the locations you can have the lowest luxury trek in comparison to the cost of luxury trekking in your country otherwise!

What preparation needed before trekking?

Before trekking, involving yourself in physical exercises is always a good idea. Not that you must be athletic and muscular to hike. Average physical fitness should make the trip less stressful.

Ending with sore muscles, blisters, joint pain and back pain can be very painful trekking. This is impossible if you work out beforehand.

Start exercising a month before trekking. Cardio activities include running, jogging, long walks, cycling and swimming. Carry a small backpack to get used to it. Gym workout can also be a good option. Don’t exaggerate it.

If you’re on an easy walk, you don’t need to be physically fit. But pre-exercising remains a good choice. Just make your trip easy.

 

 

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