LHOTSE MOUNTAIN (8516 M):


Lhotse, the fourth highest mountain in the world, connects Everest via the South Col. It is situated at the border of Tibet and Nepal.Its massif are: Lhotse East or middle, Lhotse Shar and Lhotse.Being close to Mount Everest, climbers ascending the standard route on this peak often spend some time on its northwest face. Both Lhotse and Everest share the same base camp. In fact, Lhotse is a part of Everest massif itself.An early attempt on Lhotse was by the 1955 International Himalayan Expedition headed by Norman Dyhrenfurth. It also included two Austrians (cartographer Erwin Schneider and Ernst Senn) and two Swiss (Bruno Spirig and Arthur Spöhel), and was the first expedition in the Everest area to include Americans (Fred Beckey, George Bell, and Richard McGowan). The Nepalese liaison officer was Gaya Nanda Vaidya. They were accompanied by 200 local porters and several Sherpas.

Itinerary for Lhotse Mountain:

Day 01:      Arrival Kathmandu, transfer to hotel
Day 02:     Kathmandu sightseeing.
Day 03:    Kathmandu - Official formalities, hotel
Day 04:     Flight: Ktm-Lukla, Trek to Phakding
Day 05:     Trek to Namche
Day 06:    Rest Day Namche
Day 07:     Trek to Tengboche
Day 08:     Trek to Pheriche
Day 09:     Trek to Lobuche
Day 10:     Trek to Gorakshep
Day 11:     Trek to base camp
Day 12:     Base Camp Set up & Preparation for climbing
Day 15-42:    Climbing period of Mount Lhotse
Day 43:     Withraw to base camp
Day 44:     Base Camp to Lobuche
Day 45:     Trek to Tengboche
Day 46:     Trek to Syangboche
Day 47:     Flight: Syangboche – Lukla
Day 48:     Flight Lukla-Ktm, transfer to hotel
Day 49:     Kathmandu, hotel
Day 50:     Final Departure