Mount Lhotse is a fun and exciting climb that has something for everyone. It’s an adventurous hike with a lot of stunning views. We’ll start in a small village close to the mountain, where you’ll get some time to acclimate, meet the other climbers, and last-minute shop for anything you might need. After that, we’ll take a bus from the village to the base of the mountain. We’ll stop at some points along the way so you can take photos of the mountains and valleys around us. The difficulty level of Lhotse is too high, if you have experience in climbing Manaslu then it will be easy for you.
Once we get to the base camp, we’ll have dinner together, get settled in our tents, and go over some details about what’s to come on our hike. Then you’ll have some free time before bed. SummitClimb teams provide food 3 times a day and you don’t need to carry your heavy rucksack, friendly sherpas will carry it for you. Also make sure what you wear because it very cold as we start climbing. In the trips we will train you as well. Not only that we have separate package for training for climbing i.e Lobuche Peak.
The next day is when we’ll do most of our climbing. We’ve planned two days for this because it’s important to give yourself plenty of time to adjust to altitude changes as we move up the mountain. When we reach our final destination on the second day, there will be a small hut where climbers can rest and spend the night if they want; however, most people decide to return back down the mountain all in day one. It’s up to you whether you prefer to do that or stay overnight at this campsite.