EBC Gokyo Lake Trek Anticlockwise

Nepal Pyramids Trekking & Climbing
EBC Gokyo Lake Trek Anticlockwise
At a Glance
  • Duration18 Days
  • Difficulty Level Challenging
  • Places to Visit Everest Region
  • Max Altitude 5,545m/18,192ft.
  • Group Size 2-15
  • Starts Lukla
  • Ends Lukla
  • Activity Teahouse Trekking
  • Best Season Spring/Autumn

EBC Gokyo Lake Trek Anticlockwise Trip Overview

EBC Gokyo Lake Trek Anti Clockwise is certainly one of the most beautiful expeditions. It takes you to the base of the world’s highest mountain and to the stunning turquoise lake of Gokyo. The region of Everest has always lured millions of travelers from around the world with its fascinating history and grandiose setting.

1953, the breakthrough in the history of mountaineering by Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay literally changed the notion of adventure seekers going the extra mile and challenging their physical competencies. Everest being conquered by these two legends instigated the desire for the Himalayan quest into the minds of millions. Eventually, Everest became the ultimate goal for mountaineers and adventure seekers.

This beautiful 18-day EBC Gokyo Lake Trek takes you into the mystical land of the SHERPAS. Flying into the most thrilling airport in Lukla is simply incredible. The legendary trials take you to Namche, the Capital City of the Khumbu region. Namche is indeed a dreamland. Eventually, you get to the base of the world's highest mountain at 5360m. Here you get closer to the incredible Khumbu ice-fall with the 360° view of the mountains which is phenomenal.

Everest Base Camp:

Everest Base Camp is the starting point for climbers who want to climb Mount Everest.

The importance of Everest Base Camp lies in the fact that it serves as a crucial staging area for climbers who are attempting to summit Mount Everest.

It is a place of extraordinary beauty and profound significance. Surrounded by an amphitheater of towering peaks, this remote enclave is a natural wonderland, adorned with pristine glaciers, rocky moraines, and the striking Khumbu Icefall. The silence is only occasionally broken by the gentle creaking of prayer flags fluttering in the Himalayan breeze.

Trekkers who arrive here are greeted with an otherworldly vista of the legendary mountain itself, its majestic presence touching the heavens. The intense colorful glow of sunrise and sunset bathes the slopes in a golden hue, casting a spell that deepens the spiritual connection to the Everest region.

As the heart of high-altitude adventure, Everest Base Camp is not only a destination but an aspiration for those seeking the pinnacle of natural beauty and human endeavor.

Cho La Pass (5,420 m / 17,782 feet)

After you are done with Everest Base Camp you will enter a different imperial valley of the Khumbu region. Shortly you go over Chola Pass and get into the different valleys of mysticism and fascination.

Cho La Pass is a high mountain pass at an altitude of 5,420 meters (17,782 ft) above sea level. It is one of the three passes that connect the Gokyo Valley and the Khumbu Valley. Cho La Pass is also an important route for mountaineers who want to climb some of the highest peaks in the world, including Mount Everest.

The Chol La Pass is a key link between the Gokyo Valley and the Everest Base Camp. Climbers and Mountaineers often use it to acclimatize before attempting any peaks in the region including Everest.

The beauty of Cho La Pass lies in its stunning scenery and the dramatic landscape that surrounds it. The pass offers breathtaking views of snow-capped mountains, deep valleys, and glaciers, making it a popular destination among trekkers and mountaineers.

The popularity of Cho La Pass as a trekking and mountaineering destination has led to the development of a thriving adventure tourism industry in the region. This has provided economic opportunities for local communities and contributed to the development of infrastructure and services in the area.

The journey to Cho La Pass is challenging, and it requires a certain level of physical fitness and trekking experience. However, the reward of reaching the top and witnessing the awe-inspiring views of the Himalayas is truly unforgettable. It literally makes it a once-in-a-lifetime experience for many who venture there.

Ngozumpa Glacier:

One of the highlights of this trek is going through the iconic Ngozumpa Glacier. This glacier between the Gokyo valley and the Cho La Pass valley is one of the largest glaciers in the Himalayas. This beautiful glacier stretches to a length of approximately 36 km / 22 miles and is almost 3 km / 2 miles wide in breadth.

The meltwater from the Ngozumpa glacier forms a Gokyo River which is the main source of the famous Dudh Koshi River that eventually joins the Ganges in India. However, the sad part is, due to recent climate change this glacier is experiencing significant melting and retreat and has been shrinking in recent years. This has led to serious concerns as this glacier is crucial for the local ecosystems and communities that depend on it.

In 2007 for the research and knowing the region’s climate history purpose, Scientists drilled ice cores in Ngozumpa Glacier. This drill is considered the highest high-altitude drilling ever done. However, on this trip, you have the opportunity to walk across such an important and iconic glacier as you walk from Thaknak to Gokyo Town. This thrilling walk through the glacier with a view and occasional sighting of small glacial lakes on the way is magical.

Gokyo Lake (4790 m/15,715 ft):

After an enchanting trek through the Himalayan meadow valley, we reach the remote Himalayan gem of Gokyo Lake. Stepping foot on the shores of Gokyo Lake at 4,700 m / 15,400 feet it feels almost dreamlike where your effort instantly feels worth it.

  • Crystal Clear Water: You're greeted first by crystal-clear waters - still as glass and reflecting the surrounding majestic mountains like a flawless mirror. Dipping your hand in, it's freezing cold from the glacial melt that feeds the lake yet so pleasantly refreshing.
  • Panoramic Mountain Views: As you stroll the perimeter, the views steal your attention at every turn. Along the sight of rugged landscapes around you will witness heavenly peaks projecting into the vivid blue sky. The mightiest sight of Cho Oyu, the sixth-highest mountain in the world stands solid and dominates the entire valley. It almost doesn't look real from this divine vantage point.
  • Serenity and Tranquility: Find a place to sit for a while and let the serenity wash over you as all the tension built up from weeks of travel melts away. Up here, above the clouds, a sense of peaceful solitude prevails.
    The silence is broken only by the gentle lapping of the water and the occasional cry of a high-flying bird. Everything unnecessary fades until it's just you and the natural majesty of these godly surroundings, unspoiled and perfect in every way.

Moments come along rarely in life that feel truly holy. Gokyo Lake brings an abundance of them, from its first breathtaking glimpse to the last orange rays of sunset kissing the Himalayan giants goodbye at day's end. This place stays with you long after your return to normalcy, holding space for that divine energy in your memory.

Mt. Cho Oyu (8,188 meters / 26,864 feet):

Rising 8,188 meters tall, Cho Oyu sits between the China-Nepal border in the towering heights of the Himalayas. Translated as "Turquoise Goddess" in Tibetan, this relatively "easy" 8000er has an interesting history since becoming one of the world's ultimate mountaineering challenges.

The first-ever attempt on Cho Oyu came in 1952 by an expedition organized by the British. However, they did not successfully reach the summit. The following year, another Austrian Expedition returned with Sherpa Pasang Dawa Lama and was the first team to stand atop Cho Oyu's lofty peak on October 19, 1954.

In the decades since, Cho Oyu has built a reputation as the most accessible of the 8,000-meter peaks, owing to a gentler standard climbing route compared to its technical neighbors.

While by no means an easy hike. Still, the extreme altitude brings all the risks of thin air, rapid weather changes, and deathly cold. Nearly 40 climbers have lost their lives on the "Goddess" over the years. But its relatively high summit success rate continues to attract enthusiasts hoping to conquer this peak. Many mountaineers attempt Cho Oyu as valuable acclimatization before attempting the mighty Everest.

Due to all these reasons EBC Gokyo Lake Trek Anti Clockwise makes a marvelous trip. The deep valleys, the lively hills, Tibetan Buddhist Monasteries, Sherpa culture, and the towering snow-capped mountains are something this trip has to offer. It’s always a sigh of relief to get to your destination and spend your time in the beautiful Nepalese tea house. Give yourself a chance to reach the historic Everest Base Camp 5,365 m / 17,601 feet and challenge yourself.

Also, check the significance of Doing the Everest High Passes.

Outline Itinerary

  • Day 01:Arrival at Kathmandu, The Capital City (1,400 m / 4,593 feet) and Transfer to Hotel
  • Day 02:Drive to Manthali (Ramechhap) (474 m / 1,555 feet) and Overnight Stay
  • Day 03:Fly to Lukla (2,800 m 9,186 feet) and Trek to Phakding (2,600 m/8,530 feet)
  • Day 04:Trek to Namche Bazaar (3,450 m / 11,318 feet) - The Administrative Center of Khumbu Region
  • Day 06:Trek to Phortse Village (3810 m / 12,500 feet) - the Beautiful Terraced Village.
  • Day 07:Trek to Dingboche (4,350 m / 14,271 feet) - The Picturesque Settlement
  • Day 09:Trek to Lobuche (4,910 m / 16,108 feet)
  • Day 10:Trek to Gorak Shep (5,288 m /17,349 feet) and Trek to EBC (5,360 m/17,585 feet)
  • Day 11:Morning excursion to Kalapathar (5545 m/18,192 feet) and trek to Dzongla (4830 m/15,846 feet)
  • Day 12:Trek to Thaknak/Dragnak (4700 m/15,419 feet) via Chola Pass (5,420 m/17,782 feet)
  • Day 13:Trek to Gokyo (4790 m/15,715 feet) VIA impressive Ngozumpa Glacier
  • Day 14:Hike to Gokyo Ri (5,357 m / 17,575 feet) and trek to Dole (4200 m/13,779 feet)
  • Day 15:Trek to Namche Bazaar @ 3,450 m/11,318 feet
  • Day 16:Trek back to the beautiful town of Lukla @ 2,840 m/9,317 feet
  • Day 17:Mountain Flight To Kathmandu or Manthali
  • Day 18:Departure Day - Transfer to International Airport

EBC Gokyo Lake Trek Anticlockwise Detailed Itinerary

Once you arrive at the Kathmandu airport your Trekking Group Leader or the office representative will be there to greet you and transfer you to the hotel. Despite, the capital city of Nepal certainly being the busiest with hectic traffic it undoubtedly has a strong appeal with local splendor and vigorous activities around, where you can simply relax and take pleasure in the fun of driving through the unfamiliar roads.


  • Pick up from the international airport.
  • Transfer to the hotel.
  • Your Hotel is located at the heart of the Center City of Kathmandu in THAMEL 
  • Enjoy the Vibrant and Colorful gullies of Thamel, a tourist hub
  • Short preliminary briefing.
  • Arriving early gives you an opportunity to explore Kathmandu.
  • Welcome Dinner and get to know one another
  • Altitude: 1,400 m / 4,593 feet
  • Accommodation: 3 Star Hotel
  • Meals: Welcome Dinner
  • Distance: 6 km
  • Transport: Airport Pickeup

Driving to Manthali in Ramechhap district, Nepal can be an adventurous journey that offers a glimpse of rural life and the scenic beauty of the Nepalese countryside. The road from Kathmandu to Manthali in Ramechhap is a mix of paved and unpaved sections. While some parts are well-maintained, others can be bumpy and rough, especially during the monsoon season. The condition of the roads can vary, and landslides are not uncommon in hilly areas. The drive takes you through picturesque landscapes, with terraced fields, lush forests, and traditional villages dotting the route. It's an opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of Nepal.


  • Breakfast at the Hotel.
  • Meet up at a time provided by your Team Leader.
  • Getting together for trek briefing.
  • Distribution of company's trek equipment.
  • Thrilling Drive to Ramechaap – 4 hours
  • Fabulous Lunch in one of the Highway Restaurants.
  • Overnight stay at Ramechaap – BASIC HOTEL FACILITY 
  • Altitude: 474 m / 1,555 feet
  • Accommodation: Basic Hotel
  • Walking Hour: 4 Hours DRIVE
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 132 km
  • Transport: PRIVATE VEHICLE

Depends on where you are flying from. If you are flying from Kathmandu it's a 35-minute flight to Lukla and if you are flying from Manthali airport it's only an 18/20 minute flight. Once in Lukla, we will spare some time to enjoy the fun of a thrilling landing and take off of the flights from this small airport. Shortly we will head out to Phakding. This 3/4 hour easy walk on the legendary trekking trail through the cultured Sherpa villages with its exceptional beauty and the view of stunning landscape, deep valley, and Dudh Koshi gorge is unique.


  • Flying in a twin-otter plane to a small Lukla airport at an elevation of 2840m
  • Beautiful walk through the series of stunning native settlement
  • The phenomenal sight of profound gorges, ancient farming terraces, and the scenic beauty at the backdrop is something special on the very first day.
  • Overnight stay at stunning Phakding, fabulous dinner and briefing by your leader along with a number of fascinating stories.
  • Altitude: 2,600 m/8,530 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 4/5 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 7 km
  • Transport: Domestic Flight

Today we will start early for Namche Bazaar, the capital and the Administrative Center of the Khumbu district. It’s more of a luxurious city in the middle of no way in the midst of remoteness and thin air. Despite long hours walk it’s far more than just trekking. Give time to adapt your body to thin air. It’s not a matter of proving your physical strength, it's more about taking pleasure with steady ascend.


  • Wake up in the serene environment of Phakding and Enjoy your morning Breakfast with a view.
  • 3 hours gentle walk through a series of pleasant villages to the last settlement of Jorsale for lunch
  • Today you will be crossing of 5 high suspension bridges is daring.
  • Going over the iconic High Suspension Bridge before the Namche climb is simply fascinating.
  • The scenic beauty and deep gorges of soaring cliffs at the backdrop are phenomenal.
  • Being at Namche, the dreamland is remarkable which is worth an effort.
  • Altitude: 3,450 m / 11,318 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 7/8 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 9 km


Acclimatization is essential to ensure safety, comfort, and enjoyment when exploring high-altitude environments. It allows your body to adapt to the challenges of reduced oxygen levels, making your adventure in the mountains a more memorable and rewarding experience.

  • 1 and ½ hours amazing walk for acclimatization.
  • Walk to Syangbuche, one of the enchanting places in the region with the world’s highest airstrip.
  • Visiting Everest View Lodge with an incredible view and hot beverage.
  • The close view of the magnificent mountain, extensive green hills, the
  • Tibetan Buddhist culture and witnessing the territory of the yaks are charismatic
  • The first view of the world’s highest mountain (Mt. Everest)
  • Altitude: 3,450 m / 11,318 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Leaving Namche we climb north till we get to the high ridgeline. Soon we walk the most organized effortless trail that cruises through the two most stunning Stupas (Buddhist Shrine) with magnificent views of Thamserku and Amadablam. Once we reach the small settlement of Khyangjuma we climb the steep section to Mong La. Here, we skip the overcrowded traditional trial and explore the lower section of Gokyo Valley with the most amazing setting.


  • Beautiful walk to the village of Khyangjuma with Thamserku and Amadablam dominating the horizon.
  • Fabulous walk to the ridge of Mong-La with stunning mountain views.
  • Deep drop to the Gokyo gorge for lunch with chances to see musk deer
  • Unlike many other settlements, the terraced village of Phortse is a special of its kind

Phortse Village cradled within the mighty Everest landscape, is a pristine gem that captivates travelers with its dramatic setting, terraced fields, and panoramic vistas, weaving a shade of beauty in the heart of the Himalayas.

  • Altitude: 3810 m / 12,500 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 6/7 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 8.9 km

Leaving Phortse we take the high trail, considered to be one of the most beautiful trails with an outstanding view of the enormous mountain and deep valley. Dingboche, situated at the foot of soaring Amadablam Mountain is another attraction.


  • A beautiful walk with the most beautiful view
  • Chances to witness the musk deer, mountain goat, and different birds
  • Effortless walk to the village of Pangboche and a fabulous lunch at Somare village
  • Next painless walk to Dingboche where the valley opens wide with its magnificence.
  • View of countless other neighboring mountains that now opens clear.
  • Altitude: 4,350 m / 14,271 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 6/7 km
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 9.5 km

In the Everest region, where altitudes soar to staggering heights, acclimatization is a crucial necessity. Acclimatization allows the body to gradually adapt to these diminishing oxygen levels, enabling a safe and successful journey.

Without proper acclimatization, trekkers and climbers risk falling prey to altitude sickness, a potentially life-threatening condition.

By allowing the body to adapt to the high altitude environment, acclimatization not only safeguards against altitude sickness but also enhances overall performance and well-being. Trekkers and climbers who are well-acclimatized experience less fatigue, improved sleep, and a heightened sense of alertness..

  • Morning excursion for acclimatization after breakfast.
  • We will climb the section of Nangkartshang Peak to gain a few hundred meters to adapt to high altitude environment.
  • 360-degree mountain view including Island Peak and MAKALU (the world’s 5th highest mountain)
  • From the point of excursion, aerial view of Imja Valley and Dingboche village.
  • Free afternoon for self-exploration.
  • Altitude: 4,350 m / 14,271 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Away from the tree line area, gradual ascent is recommended. Today is another beautiful walk where mountains like Cholatse, Lobuche, and Pumori unfold before us in this contrasting and spectacular landscape


  • Gradual uphill climb in the wide Himalayan meadow is peaceful
  • Walking up to the memorial plateau with hundreds of memorials built after the memory of people who met with tragedy in different mountains of Everest is remarkable.
  • Getting to Lobuche a small settlement at the foot of Lobuche Peak is significant.
  • Altitude: 4,910 m / 16,108 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 5 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 8 km

Leaving Lobuche this 3 hours walk to Gorak Shep is out of the ordinary through the rocky moraine undulating trail. Gorak Shep, the spectacular village is surrounded by Pumori (7145 m), Lingtren (6697 m), Nuptse (7745 m), and of course Everest (8848 m).


  • Spectacular view of the Khumbu ice fall with soaring mountain
  • Trek to the fascinating Everest base camp after lunch
  • View of the base camp and the blue ice pinnacles of the ice-fall is astonishing
  • Challenging but very rewarding walk to the fro from the base camp
  • Altitude: 5,360 m/17,585 fee
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 8/9 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 12 km

Now is the time for an epic climb to Kala Patthar, the point to value your dream and the sensational Himalayan vistas all around. The climb is challenging but the view from the top surpasses the wildest imagination. After making historic success to Everest Base Camp and Kalapattar, we will descend to Lobuche and walk a different enchanting valley towards Dzongla via Lobuch Base Camp.


  • Phenomenal sunrise view from Kala Patthar.
  • A very rewarding moment being at 5545 m with an exceptional panoramic mountain view.
  • A beautiful walk into a different enchanting valley that gives you serenity and fascination.
  • Overnight at Dzonglal, a very delightful settlement isolated deep into the peaceful valley away from the commercial hub.
  • Get Ready for our Next thrilling high mountain pass - Cho La
  • Altitude: 5545 m/18,192 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 6/7 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 10.5 km

Trekking from Dzongla to Dragnag via Cho La Pass is a thrilling high-altitude expedition offering a unique blend of challenge and natural beauty.

Starting in the picturesque village of Dzongla, we ascend toward the formidable Cho La Pass, which stands at an elevation of 5,420 meters. The pass presents a demanding ascent with icy slopes and rocky terrain, but the awe-inspiring vistas it provides are worth the effort.

As you conquer Cho La, you'll be treated to breathtaking panoramas of surrounding peaks, including Ama Dablam and Cholatse. Descending from the pass, the path leads you to the tranquil and sparsely populated village of Dragnag, nestled beside the Ngozumpa Glacier and a series of pristine turquoise lakes.

The trek offers a blend of adventure and serenity, making it a memorable experience for those seeking both a physical challenge and the opportunity to immerse themselves in the unspoiled beauty of the Himalayas.

  • Altitude: 5,420 m/17,782 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 8/9 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 8 km

Trekking from Dragnag to Gokyo is a captivating journey. It is a unique and less-traveled route that rewards you with the pristine beauty of the Gokyo Lakes and an awe-inspiring perspective of the towering giants of the Himalayas.

Starting from the remote village of Dragnag, surrounded by the impressive Ngozumpa Glacier, we venture deeper into the high Himalayas. The trail leads alongside the turquoise Gokyo Lakes, a series of glacial lakes that offer stunning reflections of the towering peaks that encircle them.

The path gradually ascends through a surreal landscape of rocky terrain and pristine alpine meadows, with the backdrop of Cho Oyu, the world's sixth-highest mountain. As you continue your ascent, the picturesque village of Gokyo comes into view, nestled in a high-altitude valley and surrounded by some of the most iconic peaks in the Everest region.

  • Altitude: 4790 m/15,715 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 3/4 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 4 km

Now is the time for the epic climb to Gokyo Ri, unlike Kala Patthar Gokyo Ri offers you a view of magnificence. The climb is challenging but the view from the top surpasses the wildest imagination.

After making historic success at Gokyo Ri, we will descend down for breakfast and descend further to the Beautiful settlement of Dole.

The luxury of being at a lower elevation is indeed a great sigh of relief. Since we will be taking a different valley the view and the landscape just appears more remarkable and distinctive.

  • Altitude: 4200 m/13,779 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 6/7 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 14 km

It’s more of a retreat getting back to Namche. We walk a different trail to the small town of Phortse Tenga and then we retrace back the same trail that we took a few days back.

We climb up to the village of Mong La. Mong La offers you the most dramatic panoramic view of the majestic peaks and deep Valleys.

After a quick tea at Mong La we will start heading down to Namche Bazaar.

The trail we walked a few days ago with so much to recall. Give yourself a break at Namche either with drinks or buying souvenirs.

  • Altitude: 3,450 m/11,318 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Walking Hour: 5/6 Hours
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
  • Distance: 12 km

Today we walk for 7/8 hours. Mission accomplished, so we descend down with a great smile on our face and it’s fun to witness all the trekkers struggling to get to NAMCHE.

Being it a last night, a fun activity follows with dancing, eating, drinking, and tipping.

  • Altitude: 2,840 m/9,317 feet
  • Accommodation: Teahouse Lodge
  • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

From Lukla airport, the final destination can be either Kathmandu or Manthali Airport, depending on the peak or off-season. Nonetheless, we will have a Sensational flight back. 

Flying out of Lukla Airport is a divine experience that captures the awe-inspiring beauty of the Himalayas. As your small aircraft takes to the sky, you're immediately surrounded by a panoramic masterpiece of nature. Towering peaks, including the legendary Mount Everest, Lhotse, and Ama Dablam, seem to reach out and touch the heavens. 

The rugged landscapes, deep gorges, and remote villages pass beneath you like a living tapestry of Nepal's highlands. The thrill of the takeoff is matched only by the breathtaking scenery that unfolds before your eyes, leaving a permanent imprint of the Himalayan splendor on your soul. 

Flying out of Lukla is not just a departure; it's a final gift, a reminder of the unparalleled beauty that this region has to offer.

However, in the peak season time, all Lukla Flights are Diverted to Manthali Airport at Ramechhap District which is 132 km away from Kathmandu. If we fly to Manthali Airport transportation in a PRIVATE VEHICLE will be provided to transfer you to Kathmandu Hotel. 

This Drive from Manthali to Kathmandu will take 4/5 Hours approximately. 


  • Morning flight to Kathmandu or Manthali.
  • Scenic Drive to Kathmandu, if flights are diverted to Manthali Airport.
  • Explore the Capital City of Kathmandu as per your requirements.
  • Accommodation: 3 Star Hotel
  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Transport: Mountain Flight

Depending on your flight schedule airport transportation will be provided. Your leader will be there to assist you at the Kathmandu Airport

  • Accommodation: Fly Back Home
  • Transport: Airport Drop

EBC Gokyo Lake Trek Anticlockwise Detail itinerary:

Please keep in mind that the provided EBC Gokyo Lake Trek Anticlockwise Detail itinerary serves as a general guideline only. While we make every effort to follow this plan, trekking in the Himalayas can be influenced by varied factors like weather, trail conditions, and the health and acclimatization of the group. Our experienced guides prioritize your safety and will make necessary adjustments as needed. This might involve changes in the daily schedule or rest days for better acclimatization. Your trekking experience is our top priority, and we're committed to providing you with the best adventure while ensuring your well-being. Thank you for your understanding and flexibility.


The unpredictability of Flights flying to and from Lukla Airport, the gateway to Mount Everest, and the world’s most electrifying airport is pretty evident from its history of delays and cancellations. Diverse factors lead to the situation of cancellation including the weather, technical issues, poor visibility, etc. In such conditions, Nepal Pyramids will charter a helicopter to make certain that you don’t miss your trip or your international flight. But again under these circumstances, the possibility of flying a helicopter depends on the Nepal Civil Aviation flying rules.

Travelers are to pay the cost of the chartered helicopter which is payable through cash, traveler’s cheques, or credit cards (Visa and Master Cards only). Travelers will be provided with a receipt upon payment so that they may claim the amount from their travel insurance. The cost per person is governed by the number of people taking this facility.

However, it is always very wise to have an extra day in your hand in case of bad weather, delays, or flight cancellations. Though in such cases, we always come up with a possible alternative depending on the situation, however, an extra day always cushions for any such uncertainty that truly redeems you from all the international flight hassles.

What's Included
  • PERMITS: All essential permits required from the Government and local authorities to legally trek in the region are procured.
  • PICKUP AND DROPS: Roundtrip airport pickup and drop-off facilities for both domestic and international flights are included in the trek package.
  • ACCOMMODATION IN KATHMANDU: Two nights of hotel accommodation in Kathmandu at a three-star twin-sharing hotel on a bed and breakfast basis.
  • WELCOME DINNER: A traditional Nepali-style welcome dinner at a local restaurant in Kathmandu.
  • SIGHTSEEING: A half-day guided sightseeing tour of Kathmandu's two most sacred UNESCO World Heritage sites with entrance fees paid.
  • TAXES: All applicable local and national government taxes are covered.
  • TRANSPORTATION: Roundtrip PRIVATE VEHICLE transportation between Kathmandu and the Manthali Airport for the flight to Lukla.
  • DOMESTIC FLIGHTS: Domestic flights TO and FROM LUKLA.
  • EQUIPMENT: Essential trekking gear such as sleeping bags, fleece liners, PrimaLoft jackets, rain ponchos, yak tracks, trekking poles, etc are provided.
  • LODGING: Local Tea-house accommodation on a twin-sharing basis – A single supplement is provided on request OVER MINIMAL COST, however, depends solely on the availability.
  • DRINKING WATER: Properly filtered and boiled water for drinking is provided each morning and evening. Trekkers are advised to carry reusable water bottles/bladder bags that can hold at least 3 liters.
  • GLORIOUS FOOD: All meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) with hot beverages are provided throughout the trek duration.
  • TREK LEADER AND ASSISTANT GUIDE: An experienced trek leader holding legitimate licensing leads the group, along with assistant guides based on group size. Groups of 3 or more are typically assigned at least 1 assistant guide.
  • PORTERS: The porter to trekker ratio is 1:2 - meaning 1 porter for every 2 trekkers. However, for groups larger than 4 trekkers, an additional porter is provided specifically to assist with hot water supply during the trek.
  • STAFF INSURANCE & ALLOWANCES: Insurance coverage, wages, and allowances for all trek staff are included.
  • SAFETY CONCERNS: Emergency equipment including oxygen cylinders and a comprehensive medical kit is available at all times during the trek.
  • COMPLIMENTARY TAKE AWAY: Trekkers receive a duffel bag, t-shirt, multi-functional headwear, baseball hat, trekking map, and completion certificate to take home.
What's Excluded
  • NEPAL VISA: A fee of $50 that is levied on a 30-day Nepali visa.
  • INTERNATIONAL AIRFARE: The cost of all international flights.
  • PERSONAL EXPENSES: All personal expenses that may include Nepalese SIM card, internet, battery charging, hot shower, laundry, fizzy drinks, Alcohol, etc.
  • EMERGENCY: A medical examination of any kind, High Altitude Evacuation over any circumstances, Air Evacuation and Rescues.
  • DONATIONS: Donations of any kind.
  • STAFF TIPPING: Tipping is entirely a personal matter, however, it’s a trekking culture.
  • EXTRA NIGHTS: Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu on early arrival or Late departure.
  • SANCTIONS: Permits or the letter of Authorization that is required for special Filming, big Drones, and Filming Cameras.
  • INSURANCE: All-inclusive Travel or medical insurance is a must.
  • EXTRA PORTER: Over request Extra Porter or Assistant is provided that may include the cost of $25 per day.
  • OPTIONAL TOURS: Optional tours and sightseeing or any activities during free time.


Packing List for EBC Gokyo Lake Trek Anticlockwise:

Packing for the Everest Base Camp Trekking is essential to ensure your safety, comfort, and overall enjoyment during the journey. Keep in mind that the packing list may vary depending on the season and personal preferences, but here is a comprehensive list of items to consider:


  • Take Away Synthetic Duffel Bag (Water Proof) 
  • Down Sleeping Bag (-21 c)
  • Silk Liner
  • PrimaLoft fill Windproof Jackets
  • Rain Poncho
  • Yaktrax (Lightweight ice-traction device) - Where necessary.
  • Trekking Poles
  • 2 Toilet Rolls each
  • Complementary Tshirt,
  • Complementary Neck Gaiter (Buff),
  • Complementary Baseball Hat and Map
  • Oxygen (in case of Emergency)
  • Comprehensive Medical Kit with medication and First Aid Supplies

Clothing and Footwear



  • Moisture-wicking base layers (long-sleeved tops and bottoms)
  • Insulating layers (fleece jacket, down jacket)
  • Waterproof and windproof outer shell jacket
  • Waterproof and breathable pants
  • Trekking pants
  • T-shirts and lightweight shirts

Head and Neck:

  • Balaclava or scarf for cold weather
  • Buff or neck gaiter for sun, wind, or cold
  • Fleece beanie or warm woolen Hat
  • Sun Hat or Baseball Cap.
  • Bandana

Hands and Lower Body

  • Lightweight gloves and warm gloves
  • Thermal underwear
  • Underwear and sports bras
  • Hiking socks and liner socks
  • Gaiters (optional for snow or rain)


  • Sturdy and comfortable trekking boots
  • Camp shoes (e.g., sandals or sneakers)

Gear and Accessories


  • Backpack (30-40 liters for the day, larger for porters)
  • Rain Cover for Your Backpack
  • Sunglasses with UV protection
  • Reusable Water Bottles (2+ Liters) like Nalgene
  • Rehydration Bladder (Camel Bag or Platypus)
  • Water purification tablets or a water filter
  • Headlamp with extra batteries
  • Personal FIRST AID KIT
  • Duct Tape
  • Toiletries (toilet paper, hand sanitizer, wet wipes, etc.)
  • Quick-dry towel
  • Insect repellent
  • Sunscreen 50 + SPF
  • lip balm

Gadgets and Supplements


  • Compass
  • Emergency Whistle
  • Map (physical or digital)
  • Altimeter Watch or Device.
  • GPS device or smartphone with GPS capabilities
  • Headlamp or flashlight with extra batteries
  • Fully charged mobile phone (with offline maps and emergency numbers saved)
  • Tripods
  • Portable charger or power bank
  • Appropriate Sleeping bag (if you are bringing your own)


  • Water filters or purification tablets
  • Protein Bars or Trail Mix.
  • Multivitamins
  • Altitude sickness medication like Acetazolamide (if you are going high)
  • Vitamin C and Zinc Soluble Supplement Tablets.
  • Electrolyte supplements for hydration
  • Basic medical supplies (bandages, antiseptic, pain relievers)
  • Prescription medications
  • Fire starter (lighter, matches, fire starter kit)
  • Biodegradable soap
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Biodegradable wipes

Optional Items

Other Essentials.

  • Personal identification
  • Photo Copies of Passport
  • Passport-sized photos
  • Copies of your Insurance
  • Airline Tickets
  • Cash (in Nepalese Rupees and US Dollars)
  • Travel wallet or pouch
  • Electronics (camera, power bank, charging cables)
  • Journal and pen

Optional Items:

  • Binoculars
  • Books or playing cards
  • Earplugs (useful in teahouse accommodations)
  • Ear Pods
  • Energy snacks and Rehydration drinks
  • Hiker Pocket Knife 
  • Whistle and multi-tool
  • Trash Bag
  • Sewing kit
  • Travel Pillow
  • Dry Bag.

It's advisable to pack light and prioritize essential items.  The EBC Gokyo Lake Trek Anticlockwise is physically demanding and challenging due to high altitudes, so ensure that you are physically prepared and have the appropriate clothing and gear to stay safe and comfortable during the journey.

Essential Trip Information

Detail Information on Flying to Lukla from Different Airports

Nepal Aviation Authority (NAA) has recently introduced new rules regarding Lukla flights. These rules aim to enhance the safety and efficiency of air travel to and from the Lukla airport, which is known for its challenging terrain and weather conditions.

The choice of airport for accessing Lukla is primarily based on different seasons. Manthali is used as an alternative to Lukla during peak seasons when Lukla flights are often disrupted due to weather and congestion, while Kathmandu remains the preferred choice during the off-season for its convenience and more reliable flight schedules.

Trekkers and climbers need to be prepared for potential flight delays and cancellations regardless of the airport they use, as weather conditions in the Everest region can be unpredictable.

1. Lukla Airport (Tenzing-Hillary Airport):

  • High Altitude and Short Runway: Lukla Airport is situated at a high altitude of approximately 2,845 meters (9,334 feet) and has one of the shortest commercial runways in the world, just 1,729 feet long. This combination of high altitude and a short runway makes it a challenging airport for both takeoff and landing.
  • Weather Variability: The weather in the Everest region, especially around Lukla, is highly unpredictable, with frequent fog, cloud cover, and high winds. These conditions can lead to frequent flight delays and cancellations.
  • Limited Infrastructure: Lukla Airport has limited infrastructure, including just one small terminal building and a single runway. This can result in congestion during peak trekking seasons when numerous trekkers and climbers are trying to get to Lukla.

2. Manthali Airport (Ramechhap Airport):

  • Alternative During Peak Season: Manthali Airport, located in Ramechhap, is often used as an alternative to Lukla during the peak trekking seasons (spring and autumn). The advantage is that it is less congested, and flights are generally more reliable.
  • Distance from Kathmandu: Manthali Airport is approximately a 4-5 hour drive from Kathmandu. Trekkers are transported by road to Manthali from Kathmandu, and then they take a relatively short flight to Lukla. This helps in alleviating some of the pressure on Lukla Airport.
  • Reduced Weather Impact: The weather in Manthali is usually more stable than in Lukla during peak seasons, making it a preferred alternative when flights from Kathmandu to Lukla are frequently disrupted.

3. Kathmandu Airport:

  • Alternative During Off-Season: During the off-peak trekking seasons (summer and winter), flights to Lukla from Kathmandu are relatively more reliable due to better weather conditions. In this case, it's more practical to fly directly from Kathmandu to Lukla.
  • Convenience: Flying from Kathmandu to Lukla is more convenient in terms of time and transportation costs during the off-season when the number of trekkers is significantly lower.

Weight Limitation while Flying to Lukla:

The weight limitation for Lukla flights is typically quite strict due to the short runway and high altitude of Lukla Airport, which makes it challenging for aircraft to take off and land. The weight restrictions are in place to ensure the safety of the flight. The specific weight limitations are 15kg or 33 Pounds:

  • Baggage Allowance: Passengers are usually allowed a specific weight limit for their checked baggage, typically between 10 kg to 15 kg (22 to 33 pounds) per person.
  • Hand Luggage: In addition to checked baggage, passengers are typically allowed a small amount of hand luggage, which is usually limited to around 5 kg (11 pounds). This hand luggage should be small and fit under the seat in front of you.
  • Combined Weight: So the total combined weight of the luggage is not to exceed over 15/16 kg / 33/35 pounds.
  • Excess Baggage: If you exceed the weight limitations, you may be required to pay extra fees for excess baggage or leave some items behind. The charges for excess baggage can vary with airlines you choose.

Traveling light is strongly recommended when flying to Lukla. Given the weight limitations and potential flight disruptions due to weather conditions, it's best to pack only the essentials and keep your baggage within the specified limits to avoid any inconveniences or additional costs.

Lukla Flight Delays And Cancellations:

Flight delays and cancellations to and from Lukla Airport are not uncommon and are often due to a combination of factors related to the airport's unique location, weather conditions, and the limitations of the aircraft used for these flights.

1. Weather Conditions:

  • Unpredictable Weather: Lukla Airport, is highly vulnerable to rapidly changing weather conditions. The airport's mountainous terrain means it's often shrouded in fog, cloud cover, and receives high winds, making flying conditions challenging.
  • Low Visibility: Low visibility due to fog or cloud cover can lead to flight delays or cancellations, as pilots require clear visibility to navigate the treacherous mountainous terrain.

2. Limited Instrumentation:

  • Lukla Airport lacks advanced navigation and landing systems. The absence of instrument landing systems and radar technology means flights often rely on visual flight rules (VFR), which require good weather conditions to operate safely.

3. Airport Congestion:

  • During peak trekking seasons, Lukla Airport experiences congestion as numerous trekkers, climbers, and supplies try to access the region. The limited infrastructure and parking space can lead to delays.

4. Safety Considerations:

  • Safety is a top priority for airlines operating in this region. If weather conditions are unfavorable or if there are safety concerns, airlines may choose to delay or cancel flights to ensure the well-being of passengers and crew.

5. Limited Window for Flights:

  • Lukla flights typically operate in the early morning when the weather is relatively stable. This limited window means there's less flexibility to reschedule flights if conditions deteriorate.

6. Seasonal Variations:

  • Flight disruptions can vary with the seasons. Peak trekking seasons (spring and autumn) are more susceptible to delays due to higher passenger volumes and less favorable weather patterns. Off-peak seasons (summer and winter) may see fewer disruptions.

Given these challenges, trekkers and travelers to the Everest region should be prepared for the possibility of flight delays and cancellations.

EBC Gokyo Lake Trek Anticlockwise FAQs

  • Choosing Nepal Pyramids Trekking Company for your trekking and adventure needs in Nepal can be a great decision for several reasons. We are a locally owned and operated company with deep knowledge of the region. We have a team of experienced guides and staff who are well-versed in the culture, terrain, and trekking routes of Nepal.

    Safety is our top priority and we are known for our commitment to safety standards. We provide well-maintained equipment and have experienced guides who are trained in first aid and emergency procedures.

    Nepal Pyramids offer a range of trekking packages and we can tailor them to suit your preferences and fitness level. Whether you're a seasoned trekker or a beginner, we can create an itinerary that suits your needs.

    Nepal Pyramids is committed to sustainable and responsible tourism. We strongly focus on minimizing the environmental impact of all our treks and supporting local communities.

    While providing quality services, we also offer competitive pricing, making trekking in Nepal more accessible to a wide range of travelers.

    Our reviews and testimonials from previous clients can give you insights into our reputation and the experiences of those who have trekked with them.

  • The Everest High Passes Trek is a strenuous + trekking route in the region of Everest. It involves crossing any high mountain passes in the region. This high passes trek would either lead you to Everest Base Camp or Gokyo Valley or Both.

    This Trek may involve:

    • Going over 3 high passes Kongma La Pass (5,535m), Cho La Pass (5,420m), and Renjo La Pass (5,360m).
    • Or two passes Renjo La / Cho La or Cho La/ Renjo La OR Cho La/Kongma La or Kongma La/ Chola
    • Sometimes it may just include one high mountain Pass either Renjo La either Cho La or Kongma La
  • The length of the Trek depends on your choice of High Pass Trek if you are doing 3 High Passes, 2  High Passes, or just 1 High Pass. However, the duration of the Everest High Passes Trek can vary, but typically it takes around 16 to 21 days in total from your Arrival to Departure. This includes days in Kathmandu, Trekking, and acclimatization days.

  • The best time to do the Everest High Passes Trek is typically during the pre-monsoon (spring) and post-monsoon (autumn) seasons. 

    Spring (Pre-Monsoon) Season (March to May):

    • Spring is considered the best time for trekking to Everest due to the pleasant weather and clear skies.
    • The temperatures are moderate, and the rhododendron flowers are in bloom, adding vibrant colors to the landscape.
    • However, the trekking trails can be crowded due to the Everest Expedition season.
    • But Renjo and Gokyo Valley can be a little quieter, making it a great time to enjoy the serenity of the region.

    Autumn (Post-Monsoon) Season (September to November):

    • Autumn is another excellent time to trek to Everest, and it's the most popular trekking season in the region.
    • The weather is stable with clear skies, providing stunning views of the mountains.
    • The temperatures are comfortable, and the trails are less muddy than during the monsoon season.
    • It's a peak trekking season, so expect more trekkers on the trails and in teahouses.

    While spring and autumn are the most favorable times to trek in the Everest region, the region can be visited during other seasons as well. However, the monsoon season (June to August) and winter (December to February) are less ideal due to heavy rainfall, poor visibility, and extreme cold, respectively.

  • Yes, the Everest High Passes Trek is undeniably challenging. It's intended for experienced trekkers seeking a demanding adventure. The high altitudes, including passes like Kongma La, Cho La, and Renjo La, present a genuine risk of altitude sickness, necessitating meticulous acclimatization.

    Technical skills, such as using crampons and ropes, may be required in steep and icy sections. The trek traverses remote, rugged terrain with limited facilities, making it vital for trekkers to be self-reliant and prepared for the unexpected. Long hiking days and strenuous climbs add to the difficulty, but for those up to the challenge, the rewards include breathtaking views and a profound sense of accomplishment.

  • Yes, you will need permits to undertake the Everest High Passes Trek.

    The required permits include

    • The Sagarmatha National Park entry permit and
    • The Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality permit. These permits can be obtained in Kathmandu or through a registered trekking agency or in the Everest region itself.
  • Accommodation during the Everest High Passes Trek primarily consists of teahouses and basic lodges. In Few places, these accommodations are often rustic but provide essential amenities like a bed, blankets, and hot meals.

    However, in Everest Region Travelers have the luxury of cozy Teahouse Lodges with great amenities. While some teahouses offer private rooms with attached bathrooms. Facilities may be a little basic in a few places like the base camps of any passes.

    It's advisable to be prepared for basic comforts and varying levels of cleanliness, as the focus of our trek is more on the adventure and the stunning natural surroundings than luxurious lodging.

  • The risk of altitude sickness on the Everest High Passes Trek is notably high due to the extreme elevations involved. The trek crosses challenging passes, like Kongma La, Cho La, or Renjo La all exceeding 5,000 meters. Proper acclimatization is vital to mitigate this risk.

    Trekkers should allow time for their bodies to adjust to the altitude by ascending gradually and spending a couple of days in places over 3,500 m. It's essential to be aware of the symptoms of altitude sickness, such as headaches, nausea, and shortness of breath, and to descend to lower altitudes if these symptoms become severe.

    While the trek offers breathtaking views and adventurous experiences, trekkers should be cautious and informed about altitude-related risks and take necessary precautions to ensure their safety.


  • The Everest High Passes Trek demands a high level of physical fitness due to its challenging terrain and high altitudes. Trekkers should be prepared for long and strenuous days of hiking. 

    You should have excellent cardiovascular endurance as you'll be walking for extended periods each day at high altitudes. Regular aerobic exercise like hiking, running, or cycling in the months leading up to the trek is highly recommended.

    Spending time at high elevations prior to the trek can help your body acclimatize more effectively. You should be mentally prepared for long days, variable weather conditions, and challenging terrain.

    While not mandatory, prior trekking experience, especially at high altitudes, can boost your confidence and preparedness. It's advisable to consult a healthcare professional before the trek, especially if you have any underlying health conditions.


  • While a guide is not strictly necessary for the Everest High Passes Trek, having one can greatly enhance the experience and safety of the journey.

    This challenging trek through the high-altitude terrain of the Everest region involves crossing multiple passes, navigating intricate trails, and dealing with unpredictable weather. A knowledgeable guide can provide valuable insights into the local culture, help with logistics, and, most importantly, ensure your safety by offering guidance in case of adverse conditions or emergencies.

    Whether you're an experienced trekker or a novice, having a guide can make the Everest High Passes Trek a more enjoyable and secure adventure.

  • There are no specific age restrictions for the Everest Three Passes Trek. However, due to the physical challenges and high altitudes involved, it is generally recommended for individuals above the age of 18 who are in good health and have prior trekking experience.

  • Some essential equipment and gear for the Everest Three Passes Trek include a good pair of trekking boots, warm clothing layers, a down jacket, a sleeping bag, trekking poles, a backpack, a hat, gloves, sunglasses, sunscreen, a water bottle, and a first aid kit. It is important to be well-prepared for varying weather conditions. However, Nepal Pyramids provides you with a Duffel Bag, Sleeping Bag, Warm Down Jacket, Rain Poncho, Yak Track (mini crampon), and Trekking poles. 

  • Yes, there are communication facilities available along the Everest trail, although they can be limited and may vary depending on the specific location and altitude. In most places including Gorak Shep and Everest Base Camp, you have good coverage of both NTC (Nepal Tele-Communication) which is government-owned, and the NCELL which is private. This simply means you can use data where there is coverage to connect with your family and friends.

    However, not all places have these privileges so you need to rely on wireless Internet that is provided either by EVEREST LINK or AIRLINK. For this, you need to buy a recharge card with a passcode from any of these service providers and get connected. 

    For further details on using the internet recharge card, you need to ask the hotel reception from where you will be buying and they will give you all the necessary info on its usage and validity. 

  • Yes, you can charge your electronic devices such as cameras and phones at tea houses and lodges along the trail. However, electricity is limited in the higher-altitude regions, and charging facilities may be available for an ADDITIONAL FEE.

  • Yes, most tea houses and lodges along the Everest High Passes Trek offer a variety of vegetarian food options. You can expect to find meals like dal bhat (rice and lentils), vegetable curries, noodles, soups, and momos (dumplings). However, the options may be more limited at higher altitudes.

  • The Everest High Passes Trek is an extraordinary adventure that offers trekkers an opportunity to explore the iconic Everest region while crossing three high mountain passes. This challenging trek provides breathtaking panoramic views of some of the world's tallest peaks, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu, among others.

    The journey takes you through picturesque Sherpa villages, ancient monasteries, and the vibrant culture of the Khumbu region. Along the way, you'll encounter the stunning Gokyo Lakes, the tranquil Chhukung Valley, and the bustling Namche Bazaar.

    The Everest High Passes Trek is a true test of endurance and a bucket-list experience for adventure seekers, combining the natural beauty of the Himalayas with the rich cultural heritage of the Sherpa people.

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