Trekking in Nepal - Mt. Kanchenjunga Trek

Trekking in Nepal - Mt. Kanchenjunga Trek

The journey to the Camp of the world second highest peak in the world, Mount Kanchajunga, explores the culture and natural beauty of the eastern Nepal.  The journey takes place in the  wild high-mountain terrain, deep into the secluded mountain ranges on Nepal’s border with Sikkim and Tibet. 

The region is the home to some of the Asia’s most exotic wildlife.  The trek allows the unspoiled exposure to the local culture and  wonderful nature, making it the rewarding adventure.
Highlights
  • 20 days – 650 trekkers/year
  • The day of crossing the Lapsang La Pass at an altitide of 5,160 m
  • Great trekking trail, in a very secluded area of the Himalayas
  • Splendid views of Mt. Kanchenjunga and Mt. Makalu, the world’s 3rd and 5th highest mountains in the world, respectively.

Trek Information

Trekking Difficulty:/ Level 4 out of 5 – Hard
Remoteness:/ Very Remote
Pricing:/ High (#USD spent/day)
Best Season:/ March-May and October-November. Not recommended during winter
Accommodation type:/ Camping
Restricted Permits:/ Yes. You have to be minimum 2 trekkers and accompanied by a Nepali Guide or Porter.
Max elevation: 5,160 m, Lapsang Pass.  Accessible during Winter (Dec-Jan): Not advisable. Too cold and too remote.