Three Cols Adventure Trek in Nepal

- 28 Days Route Map
Trip Cost: $ 3890
  • Trip Length : 28 Days
  • Activities : Trekking, Sightseeing
  • Difficulty : Strenuous
  • Max Elevation : 6153m
  • Meal : Sherpa cooked 3 meals
  • Accommodation : Tents
  • Best Month : September-November & March-May
  • Group Size : 2+

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"The sky-scraping mountains pass from Makalu Base Camp across Barun glacier to Khumbu above 6000+ m East and West cols – Three Cols Trek, the most challenging trek in Nepal"

This is one of the greatest trekking adventures right into the heart of the most beautiful section of the Himalayas, which not many people challenge to undertake. The journey makes a towering mountains navigation across Barun Glacier from Makalu base camp  to Hinku valley and to ends at Khumbu Valley via  the most demanding East Col (6100 m) and West Col (6135m). A very high and difficult yet beyond doubt extravagant course where you are delighted with the paramount views of the 8000ers Cho Oyo (8153m) Lhotse (8501m), Everest (8848m), Makalu (8475m) and Kanchenjunga (8586m). An exceptionally wild trek in the Himalayas of Nepal engrosses a prolonging phase at high elevation with some very sharp slopes.

The extravaganza is only aimed to the people with alpine know-how and superior endurance.

Outline Itinerary

Day 01:

Arrive at Kathmandu and transfer to hotel

1400m

Day 02:

Kathmandu Sightseeing Tour

1400m

Day 03:

Fly to Tumlingtar 40 minutes flight

400m

Day 04:

Trek to Bhote Bash 5 to 6 hours Trek

1720m

Day 05:

Trek to Mure 5 to 6 hours Trek

1500m

Day 06:

Trek to Seduwa 5 to 6 hours Trek

1493m

Day 07:

Trek to Tashi Gaun 3 to 4 hours Trek

2050m

Day 08:

Trek to Kahuma Danda 5 to 6 hours Trek

3050m

Day 09:

Trek to Mumbuk 5 to 6 hours Trek

3500m

Day 10:

Trek to Nehe Kharka 6 to 7 hours

3750m

Day 11:

Rest day for acclimatization

3750m

Day 12:

Trek to Sherson 6 to 7 hours Trek

4600m

Day 13:

Trek to Makalu Base camp

4800m

Day 14:

Explore Makalu Base Camp and Barun Glacier

5200m

Day 15:

Camp at Barun Glacier

5250m

Day 16:

Trek to Sherpani East Col BC (Below East Col)

5500m

Day 17:

A contingency day

5500m

Day 18:

Traverse East Col (6100m)and camp at moraine

5640m

Day 19:

Spare day for weather & preparation

5640m

Day 20:

Via West Col (6135m) trek to Panch Pokhari

5445m

Day 21:

Spare day for weather

5445m

Day 22:

Across Amphu Labtsa pass (5700m) to Chukung

4730m

Day 23:

Excursion around Chhukung

4730m

Day 24:

Trek to Pangboche

3950m

Day 25:

Trek to Namche

3440m

Day 26:

Trek to Lukla

2840m

Day 27:

Flight to Kathmandu

1400m

Day 28:

Free day in Kathmandu; Evening farewell dinner

1400m

Day 29:

Depart Kathmandu

1400m

What is Included
  • Arrival airport picks up
  • Welcome dinner with live Nepali cultural program
  • 4 Nights at 3 star standard accommodation at ‘Hotel Blue Horizon’ Kathmandu with breakfast
  • Day guided tour of Kathmandu Valley, with all the entrance and monument fees
  • Kathmandu- Tumlingtar and Lukla- Kathmandu flight, airport tax and domestic transfer
  • Tent accommodations during the trek (comfortable and clean)
  • All meals (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) during the trekking period
  • One Trekking guide (Experienced, Fluent English Speaking, Gov. Licensed, first aid and eco trained)and their entire expenses, equipment and insurance
  • Entire poterage cost and all the trekking equipments for porters
  • Trekking permit/TIMS Card
  • National Park Fees
  • All the Gov. and Local taxes as per applicable
  • Down Jacket and Sleeping Bags while on trekking (on Request) - rated to -15 Degree Celsius
  • One duffle Bag and T- shirt
  • Trekking Map and Adventure Certificate
  • Group medical Kit Box (Diamox & other first Aid Medicine)
  • Arrangement of Emergency Helicopter service which will be paid by your Travel insurance company
  • Farewell dinner at one of the finest resturant located at thamel
  • Final departure transfer

What is Not Included
  • Nepal Visa
  • International flight to Kathmandu and return ticket to your Home country
  • Your meals at Kathmandu, except welcome dinner, farewell dinner and breakfast
  • Entire cost of beverages, mineral water and beer etc. while on trek
  • Travel insurance (Must includes Helicopter evacuation and Trip Cancellation charges)
  • Tipping to the guide and porter
  • Any thing not included in trip includes list are your personal expenses
Day 01: Arrival to Kathmandu, transfer to the hotel; Evening welcome dinner at a cultural restaurant

Actually, Nepal opens in the air; just before the plane lands at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. If you are, lucky enough with the bright sunshine on your arrival day the wide range of soaring Himalayan Peaks to the North is a magnificent view. As you complete the immigration formalities of the airport and make your way out from the Arrivals Terminal, we would offer you a warm Nepalese welcome and transfer you to your hotel in Thamel in a private vehicle. At hotel, you will have a very easy check-in procedure. Let the flight exhaustion go off in the cozy hotel room. In the evening, we will offer you a welcome dinner in one of the finest cultural restaurants of Kathmandu.

Day 02: Sightseeing of Kathmandu Valley (1400m) and Trek preparation day

After the breakfast, we will escort you to Pashupatinath- the largest Hindu Temple of Nepal in a private vehicle. The temple dedicated to supreme Hindu God, Shiva banks Bagmati River. At Pashupatinath you will get to see exceptionally carved statues and idols of Hindu deities, a long row of Shiva-Lingas, series of small temples and the golden hood of the of main Temple is truly fascinating. Moreover, an opportunity to witness the Hindu Death ritual at Aryaghat Pashupatinath is an offbeat cultural experience. After the exploration of Pashupatinath we will walk along the busy streets of Kathmandu to Boudhanath. A large domed shaped Buddhist stupa, Boudhanath holds huge religious significance among the Tibetan Buddhists of Nepal. A major shrine on ancient Indo-China trade route Boudhanath offered blessings to traders and scholars for safe journey through the high Himalayan passes to Tibet. Saffron robed monks circumambulating Boudhanath, colorful prayer flags touching the skyline from the dome pinnacle to the base of large monument and the and outlets selling Tibetan souvenirs makes this place a true Tibet outside Tibet. Post lunch the sightseeing tour continues to Kathmandu Durbar Square. The exemplary wooden and stone craftsmanship at the site makes a place the prominent attraction for tourists. The stone paved streets, pagoda style religious monuments inclusive different Hindu deities are the cultural delights of ancient and medieval Nepal at Kathmandu Durbar Square.  Today’s final destination for sightseeing tour in Kathmandu takes you to Swayambhunath. A self emerged Buddhist stupa lies on a hilltop overlooking Kathmandu with its watchful eyes. You will get to experience more about Tibetan Buddhism at Swayambhunath.

After the day sightseeing tour, we drive back to the hotel to pack our equipment and amenities for the trek. With the remaining spare time, you may explore the Thamel Market and nearby shops for last minute shopping of trekking supplies. Stay overnight at a Kathmandu hotel.

Day 03: Fly to Tumlingtar 400m, 40 minutes flight

Today your trip towards the trek starting point for Three Cols Trek begins. In the morning you'll be transferred to domestic airport to fly to Tumlingtar. The flight offers the majestic aerial views of snow capped peaks of Ganesh Himal, Mt. Everest, Makalu & Mt. Kanchenjunga. Forty minutes flight will bring you to Tumilingtar.

Day 04: Trek to Bhote Bash 1,720m 5 to 6 hours trek

After the breakfast, begin Three Cols Trek with an up climb on a hill above the airstrips. Arriving upon a tranquil rural scene on the top of the hill the trial drops down to the right to Shawa Khola. Chamlang appears on a distance. Traversing through the springs and exploring through the ridges you will emerge onto the ridge of Khandbari. It is two and half hours walk to Khandbari. Khandbari is busy mountainous town with elongated series of shops and institutions facilitating banking, schooling and medical services. Beyond Khandbari continue to Manebhanjyang and follow the right route along the paddy fields. A gentle climb will bring you to the next settlement of Panguma. Traversing through the field paths followed by monotonous up climb will bring you to Bhote Bash 1720m. Almost 3 and half hours walk will bring you to Bhote Bash from Khandbari for the night accommodation.

Day 05: Trek to Mure 1,500m -5 to 6 hours trek

Leaving behind the cultivated fields the trial today begins with the ridge climb to the pass over it. Continue along the leveled path through the naked mountain and enter the forest, once you pass through the grasslands of Gogune. Several ups and downs through the forest will bring you to Chichira. Emerging out of the ridge beyond Chichira will take you to Kuwapani with exceptionally wonderful distant view of Makalu. Leaving behind the cave marks at Sakurati and painted Mani stones you will enter the forest on the left to pass Fururu and arrive to Daijia Dhara Deurali. Then following a gentle slope, which later turns to a leveled path will lead you to a descending trial along the forest to the stream. A sheer climb back to the ridge branch  followed by a gentle slide down cross passing the Mani stones will bring you to the village of Mure. The second day of adventurous Three Cols Trek in Nepal ends at Mure.

 

Day 06: Trek to Seduwa 1493m 5 to 6 hours trek

At first, we tread along the extremely steep head downing trail to the Arun River, nearly 800 meters below. The lower slopes of this narrow valley are densely forested and the paths are quite slippery, after reaching the bottom we cross the suspension bridge across the torrential Arun River and reach to Rumruma. Then the diagonal climb back out of the rain forest, reaching our lunch place. Post lunch, a steep climb takes us up to Seduwa 1493m from where the great views of the mountains of Shipton La pass 4210m are clearly visible.

Day 07: Trek to Tashi Gaun 2050m 3 to 4 hours trek

Leaving the Arun River behind we enter the area drained by Khusawa Khola. After climbing the mountainside along the fields and woods, a chorten indicates your arrival to a Sherpa village with a monastery-Nabagaon. Continue to trek uphill over the ridge along the long line of Mani stone on the right side of trail and drop down to the right bank of Khusuwa Khola. Following the leveled path the trial passes Kharshing Kharka. Finally, a short trek along the moist woodlands will bring you to the streambed. Crossing the stream you will land up at the rural permanent village of Tashi gaon 2050m.

Day 08: Trek to Kahuma Danda 3500m 5 to 6 hours trek

At the beginning of today’s trek enter the verdant forest, follow the gentle climb, traverse the rocky trial and cross the stream to arrive at the open grasslands of Uteshe. Beyond Uteshe enter the mountain path following the ridge route to the right after an up climb over the ridge. Along the gentle downhill course, you will cross past a kharka and a stream to emerge at another kharka. Climbing up diagonally along the bamboo forest you will enter the steeper climb to the rhododendron forest to Dhara Kharka and finally arrive at Unshisa. At Unshisa you are at the side of Iswa Khola ridge and after some steep uphill climbs and crossing few streams along the ridge route you will arrive to Kahuma Danda.

Day 09: Trek to Mumbuk 3500m 5 to 6 hours trek

Begin Three Cols Trek today with the ascending climb up to the ridge. Emerging atop the ridge offers the best scenic view of the course. Lined up at the horizon above Iswa Khola are Mt. Chamlang 7319m, Peak 6, Peak 7 and the most awaited Makalu 8463m whereas Kanchenjunga glows on the eastern outline. Now, you are beginning to climb up to Shipton La pass. The pass in fact comprises of two other passes Keke La and Tutu La. As the ridge levels after overcoming it you will avoid the rocky cliffs and traverse along the mountain path on the left. Descending down to the pond cross Keke La pass 4127m and further descending down the twisted valley will bring you to the large pond where you will begin up sliding towards Tutu La pass. Beyond Tutu La begin the straight descend cross passing the waterfalls, streams and woods to Mumbuk 3500m.

Day 10: Trek Mumbuk to Nehe Kharka 3750m 6 to 7 hours trek

Today the trek begins with a sheer descent down a wooden narrow valley and continues on to cross the Barun Khola just beyond Tamatan Kharka. Then the trial goes unclear along much of the route. It can also be slippery with numerous and rock falls often, so you have to walk carefully. After this you follow the Barn Khola along its northern bank. Trial goes through the seasonal settlement of Yangri Kharka and a little aead is the Nehe Kharka for overnight camp. 

Day 11: Rest day for acclimatization

This day can also be used to go for a pleasure trip around pastures to get up close view of Mountains and alpine woodlands. 

Day 12: Trek Nehe Kharka to Sherson 4600m 6 to 7 hours trek

Today, our trek begins crossing the wooden bridge on the Barun River and walk on the boulders, where large prayer wall entices every trekker compelling to halt for a while. 2-3 hours of walk through the opaque vegetation which gets thinner, through the woods full with rhododendron, barberries, cotoneaster and juniper bushes in a very short while will take you closer to Sherson, with a pleasant walk. At Sherson you will have sight of the lower Barun glacier and the sky-scraping grandiose Mt. Makalu. This is also the lower base camp of Mt. Makalu. There are number of stone enclosures at this high grazing land with outstanding views of host of peaks, including the upper part of Makalu south face, and Mt. Baruntse (7,220m) and at Sherson we make settle down for the night.

Day 13: Trek to Makalu Base camp 4800m

From Sherson, we hang about to the right in a ravine on the east face of the valley. It is a steady descend to a trifling pass about 100 meters above Makalu Base Camp. You then slide to a stream, cross on boulders to the base camp on the west bank of the river. From here, you acquire marvelous views of the south face of Makalu. The large flying buttress of the south face rises across from base camp. A way up of this buttress gives way outlooks of Peak 6, 7 and Baruntse (7220 m); Everest and Lhotse complete the panorama.

Day 14: Explore Makalu Base Camp and Barun Glacier 5200m

Today you put your feet up for acclimatization and exploration. It will be utilized to explore the areas around Makalu Base camp and Barun Glacier that offer an outstanding 360 degree view of Everest, Lhotse and other neighboring mountains. 2 days are spent here to make sure of proper acclimatization before thorough climb and decent over the next few days. 

Day 15: Camp at Barun Glacier 5250m

Few meters walk beyond Makalu west column takes you to Barun Glacier over high mountain topography along the boulder-strewn caves. Under pressure way through the boulders and ice caves you will finally emerge on to a camping location right below gigantic Makalu's west pillar amidst magnificent view of Lhotse and the very exceptional face of Khangsung (east) side of Everest. You will camp on Barun glacier. 

Day 16: Sherpani East Col BC- Below East Col 5500m

Skirting your course through glacier, rocks you will emerge onto one of a few hanging valleys below Sherpani Col. Sliding up west to the rocky slope of Barun glacier you will find the location to camp where you will be camping for two nights. 

Day 17: A contingency day

A day assigned for weather and ultimate grounding to scale to challenging Cols- East and West Cols. The guides and Sherpas will fasten the segments of rope which will be necessitated for the secure dropping down through the Pass on the next day.

Day 18: Traverse East Col 6100m and camp at moraine 5640m

The most hard-hitting day of the trek! You will leave at pre-dawn with packed lunch towards Col climbing icy nose of Sherpani glacier and snow covered grades with the hold up to rope that is fixed by Sherpa previous day. You will be roped together to cross the glacier. 

Day 19: Spare day for weather & preparation

One more contingency day for West Col passing through groundwork. The guides and Sherpas will once again fasten the segments of rope which will be needed for the secure descent of the Pass on the following day while you meander around enjoying uneven surface of earth around you. 

Day 20: Trek via West Col 6135m to Panch Pokhari 5445m

Another big day! A pre-dawn start with pack lunch. Following the footsteps of expert Sherpas you will cross glacier all roped up to the rocky pinnacle of West col.

This spectacular amphitheatre is structured by the sweep up of Baruntse's arctic ridges to the north, the cosmic overhangs of Makalu, the wall of Chamlang to the south and the pleasing spire of Ama Dablam in front of you to the west. After a backbreaking scale on to the top of 6135 meter Col you will then craft a dive with the help of fixed ropes to the Hongu Glacier, the extended and the most tiresome day ends with a slow but sure walk over snow slopes down to your camp at Panch Pokhari (five Ponds).

Day 21: Spare day for weather etc

Just incase the weather is not positive and to take it easy after two hard climbs a spare day is allotted.

There is the possibility to slide up to a small rise behind the camp, for excellent views of the Hinku valley Nup Glacier and the Mingbo La pass. 

Day 22: Trek across Amphu Labtsa pass 5700m to Chukung 4730m

An early on launch for the 2 to 3 hours walks to the Pass. The view from the Pass is extremely dramatic - the imposing south face of Lhotse is unswervingly opposite and the peak of Island Peak looks as if it could just about be even lower than your vantage point. As soon as the kitchen staff and porters arrive at the Pass they will be lowered the 150 metres to the comparatively less steep ground below the Pass. Similarly, logistics have to be carefully lowered. It may be possible, and even essential given the time restraints, to let the Sherpas lower the logistics while the guides take care of the member trekkers and the porters. 

Day 23: Trek to Pangboche 3950m

Begin the easygoing trek along the main Everest Base Camp trial to Pangboche. You will be passing the several Sherpa villages including Periche and Dingboche. Since you will be following the returning trial of EBC it is easy with descending climbs you will cover the long distance and yet you feel much better. Finally the trek for the day ends at Pyangboche.

Day 24: Trek to Namche

You will be continuing your trek on the descending trial even this day. Traversing the rhododendron and magnolia forests exploring the monasteries at villages like Tengboche and Khumjung you will arrive at Namche. At Namche enjoy the success with drinks, explore the Bazaar, and hunt souvenirs.

Day 25: Trek to Lukla

Today, trek through Dudh Koshi valley and traverse through the villages like Monjo and Phakding to reach to Lukla. Congratulations your trek was amazingly perfect. At the end of Day 16, you arrive at Lukla and your trek concludes.

Day 26: Fly to Kathmandu

As per your flight schedule, you will board the twin otter plane and fly back to Kathmandu. At Kathmandu, like in earlier occasion you will be received by a company representative and a driver. You will be escorted to your hotel room.

Day 27: Free day in Kathmandu/farewell dinner

The long trek in the Himalayan region Nepal might have worn out you. Take pleasure in the free day at the Nepalese capital. One free day is never more in Kathmandu. You just can wonder in the lively streets of Thamel and Asan, travel around the cultural sights of the city or you may simply chill checking your mail box at a hotel room. At the evening, your tour officer will pick you up for the dinner at one of the cultural restaurants of Thamel. Enjoy the evening with us and you will be escorted back to your hotel.

Day 28: Depart Kathmandu

As per your flight schedule, you will drive with our representative to the airport in a private vehicle. Have a safe flight and visit Nepal time and again.

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