- Max altitude: Tashi Laptsa Pass (5,755m/18,881ft)
- Suitably designed itinerary for acclimatization
- Accommodation in the best-selected lodges and tea houses along the trail and in Kathmandu
- The highest mountain on earth (Mt. Everest 8848m)
- Stunning views of Himalaya, Khumbu icefall, Makalu, Mt Everest, etc
- Trekking through Sherpa villages, learning and experiencing their ethnic culture
- Fauna found through the trail: wild – Snow Leopard, Musk deer, wild yak, Himalayan black bear
- Rolwaling is one of the most isolated and beautiful valley, it is also known as “the Grave”
- Everest is also known as Sagarmatha in Nepal and Chomolungma in Tibet; the Everest region is known locally as the Khumbu
- Its home to three of the highest peaks in the world: Everest 8848m; Lhotse, 4th highest at 8516m; and Cho Oyu, 6th highest at 8201m
- Rolwaling Himal is home to Tamang, Sherpa, eastern Gurung and the indigenous Thami people
- While Rolwaling Himal has no formally protected areas it is rich in plant and bird species and wildlife including red panda, black bear and leopard cat
- Buddhist culture in the Khumbu, while Rolwaling Himal offers the chance to learn about how Hinduism, Buddhism and Shamanism have blended together over time
The Rolwaling to Everest trek is one of the most challenging treks in Nepal. The trek offers an exclusive adventure on the world’s highest passes, Rolwaling valley, and Tashi Laptsa. The Rolwaling valley is one of the most remote and beautiful areas of Nepal. This valley is also known as “the Grave” because of its location.
The region’s unspoiled environment and fresh trails offer splendid scenery and incredible wildlife diversity. It ranges from thick temperate forests to high alpine meadows. At the same time, the trek provides an opportunity to experience the unique and traditional culture of diverse ethnicity.
Rolwaling trek combines the bewildering grand vistas of Mt. Melungtse, Mt. Dorje Lakpa and Mt. Tashi Lapcha and the mesmerizing Tso Rolpa Lake and landscapes. The villages of Beding and Na and the famous Tsho Rolpa Lake is notable among Nepal’s natural wonders. While Melungste (7,181 m) appears over the villages below as the highest mountain in the region.