Makalu High Pass Trek

USD 3,500
  • Activities
    3 Nights in Kathmandu and rest of the days for Trekking Makalu High Passes
  • Max Elevation
    6,190m at West Col
  • Trip Duration
    20 Days
  • Trip Grade
    Moderate & Adventure
  • Lodging
    Tea House + Camping Trek
  • Meals
    Full Board on Trek & BB Plan on City
  • Transportation
    Private vehicle & flight
  • Communication
    Satellite Phone Available
  • Group Size
    Minimum 2
  • Best Season
    Autumn and Spring
  • Per Day Walk
    Approx. 5 - 8 Hrs

Trip Highlights of Makalu High Pass Trek:

  • Exciting trekking trail across diverse landscapes from sub-tropical forested trails to high hills, glacial moraines, and alpine passes
  • Exploring the magnificent foot region of th fifth-highest snow figurine in the world, Mt. Makalu [8,481 meters/ 27,825 feet]
  • Multi-base camp adventures in a single itinerary: Makalu Base Camp (4,800 meters), Swiss Base Camp (5,150 meters), Sherpani Col Base Camp (5,700 meters), Baruntse Base Camp (5,640 meters), and Amphu Labsta Base Camp (5,400 meters)
  • Traversing across three of the highest Himalayan passes, Sherpani Col (6,180 meters), West Col (6,100 meters), and Amphu Labsta (5,850 meters)
  • Incredible panoramic views of the Baruntse, Chamlang, Makalu, Kanchenjunga, Everest, Khangsung, and other surrounding peaks
  • Culturally enthralling trail exploring high altitude Sherpa settlements and experiencing their warm hospitality

Trip Introduction:

Nepal, the country in the Himalayas, is the first thought in anyone’s mind when it comes to mountain expeditions and Himalayan trekking adventures. From easy-mild adventures to thrilling and challenging expeditions, this fascinating country offers every kind of trekking adventure, befitting every trekker’s palate. Makalu High Pass Trek is one such trek if you want to set out on an exploration that is slightly more challenging and thrilling than regular Himalayan circuit and base camp adventures.

This epic trekking adventure explores the far north-eastern part of the Himalayas and takes you on an exhilarating journey across the less-traversed remote valleys and high passes. Besides traversing the base region of the fifth-highest snow-clad peak in the world, Mt. Makalu [8,481 meters/ 27,825 feet], you will also get the opportunity to explore the secluded valleys like of Arun, Barun, Imjatse and Khumbu.

But what makes this iconic adventure exciting is taking on three of the highest passes in the Himalayas in Nepal between the Makalu and Everest regions; Sherpani Col, West Col, and Amphu Labsta. So, if you are looking for a fully immersive, extensive, and thrilling Himalayan trekking experience across the rich cultural trails, diverse landscapes, remote valleys, and high Himalayan passes, this might be just the perfect adventure for you.

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  • Day 01: Kathmandu [1,400 meters/ 4,593 feet] arrival and hotel transfer

    After you arrive at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), we will come to pick you up. From there, we will transfer you to your hotel in the heart of Kathmandu via a comfortable private vehicle. After assisting you with the check-in procedure, we will leave you to settle in and rest.

    If you have enough time left after arrival, you can do some short sightseeing around the capital city or check out local restaurants and cafes. You will meet your guide on this day and get briefed about your exciting Himalayan adventure. In the evening, we will also host a welcome dinner in the evening where you can meet the other members of the expedition team.

  • Day 02: Sightseeing of cultural sites in Kathmandu

    This day’s adventure in your Maklalu High Pass Trek will include an immersive cultural experience of this beautiful city with a rich history. You will go sightseeing at the popular cultural sites in the valley and take some side detours to other popular nearby highlights.

    We will prepare all the necessary documents and paperwork for your adventure on this day. You can also use this day to finish your shopping for gear and clothes, as your adventure will start early in the morning tomorrow.

  • Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Tumlingtar [400 meters/ 1,315 feet] and drive to Seduwa [1,460 meters/ 4,790 feet]

    Elevation Gain: 60 meters/ 196 feet

    Flight Duration: 45 minutes

    Drive Duration: 6-7 hours

    You will take a morning flight from Kathmandu to the start point of the trekking adventure in Makalu region, Tumlingtar. In this exciting short flight, you will be able to enjoy the lush beauty of the high hills, charming deep valleys, and the fascinating peaks in the Himalayan range.

    After you land on Tumlingtar, you will take a break and prepare for the remaining part of this day’s adventure. On the scenic driving adventure of this day, passing across the dramatic mid-hill landscapes and charming settlements along the route like Chilchila, Khandbari, and Hururu. During the last part, you will drive past the farm village of Num to reach Seduwa. This is the entry point of the Makalu Barun National Park; you will have to show your entry permit and TIMS Card at its checkpoint.

  • Day 04: Trekking from Seduwa to Tashigaon [2,070 meters/ 6,791 feet]

    Elevation Gain: 610 meters/ 2,001 feet

    Trek Duration: 5-6 hours

    You will commence the trekking adventure of your Makalu high pass trekking from this day onward. After a warm and nutritious breakfast, you will begin your trekking journey across the gradual stone stairs. Moving through the charming bamboo, rhododendron forest, and terraced farms, you will make your ascend to Narbu Gaon.

    From here, you wil continue your trek along the rice and fillest fields and forested area in the rewarding trail amidst the Ipsuwa Khola (on the west) and Kasuwa Khola (on the east). During the last part of this day’s trek, you will follow the downhill trail to a bridge and trek across the small village of Chyaksa Danda to arrive at Tashigaon. This charming high-altitude village in the Makalu region is mostly populated by the Sherpa people. You will catch a stunning glimpse of Chamlang and Baruntse from Tashigaon.

  • Day 05: Tashigaon to Kauma Danda [3,470 meters/ 11,384 feet]

    Elevation Gain: 1,400 meters/ 4,593 feet

    Trek Duration: 6-7 hours

    Moving along the ascending route, during the first leg of this day’s exploration, you will first trek past some stone steps and switch to the gradual inclining trails through the rhododendron, oak, and pine forest.

    Your delightful trekking journey will then take you to Dhara; you will take a short break here before following the path that stretches to the Unshisa. Then, you will follow the steep trail that passes through yak pastures and leads you to the summit of the ridge via stone stairs and little lakes. A short walk from here will take you to Kauma Danda, which offers fascinating views of the Kanchenjunga to the far east and Makalu to the north side.

  • Day 06: Kauma Danda to Mumbuk [3,570 meters/ 11,712 feet] trek via Kauma La [3,603 meters/ 11,820 feet], Tutu La [4,125 meters/ 13,533 feet] and Keke La [4,170 meters/ 13,681 feet]

    Elevation Gain: 700 meters/ 2,296 feet

    Trek Duration: 7-8 hours

    It’s an exciting and challenging day’s adventure in your exploration; today, you will take on three of the magnificent Himalayan passes. After breakfast, you will follow the trekking route across the rhododendron forest and make your way to Kauma La. From the top of this pass, you will be able to catch an incredible glimpse of the Chamlang and Makalu peaks.

    Then, after descending from the pass, you will make your way toward the Kalo Pokhari Lake [4,022 meters/ 13,195 feet], which is significant in the Hindu religion. A large number of pilgrims take baths in this lake during the Janai Purnima.

    Moving further in this day’s exciting trekking route, you will traverse across Tutu La and Keke La Pass, enjoying the magical views of Peak 6, Peak 7, and Chamlang. Following the gentle descending trail during the last leg, you will traverse across the rhododendron, pine, and hemlock forest to reach Mumbuk.

  • Day 07: Trekking from Mumbuk to Nehe Kharka [3,700 meters/ 12,139 feet]

    Elevation Gain: 130 meters/ 426 feet

    Trek Duration: 4-5 hours

    After breakfast, you will trek along the sharp descending trail into a narrow valley, which leads to the riverbed of the Barun Khola. Enjoying the incredible views of the Chamlang and Tutse mountains, you will trek across the Themathang Kharka and stunning waterfall en route.

    Then, you will cross a wooden bridge and move along an uneven path to reach Yangle Kharka, following the northern bank of the Barun Khola. From here, you will follow the gradually ascending trail to the northwest to reach the wide pasture of the Nehe Kharka.

  • Day 08: Nehe Kharka to Shersong [4,615 feet/ 15,141 feet]

    Elevation Gain: 915 meters/ 3,001 feet

    Trek Duration: 6-7 hours

    This is another day’s rejoicing exploration in your Makalu High Pass Trek. After breakfast, you will trek on the gradually inclining trail, enjoying the magnificent views of the Barun Glacier and Makalu Peak. Following the crusading Barun River, you will move along the route that stretches to the widespread area of the Barun Valley.

    A short trek further ahead will take you to Shersong, this day’s resting point. Shersong is also known as the Makalu Lower Base Camp, and from here, you can catch the spectacular views of the Makalu, Chamlang, Baruntse, and Peak 4.

  • Day 09: Shersong to Makalu Base Camp trek [4,800 meters/ 15,748 feet]

    Elevation Gain: 185 meters/ 606 feet

    Trek Duration: 4-5 hours

    Today, you will explore the major highlight of your incredible Himalayan adventure. After breakfast, you will leave the lush green vegetation behind, switching trails to ice and rock segments of the glacial moraines. Then, traversing across several curves and small pastures in the remote and secluded region, you will arrive at Makalu Base Camp.

    This base camp is located near the snout of the Baruntse Glacier and a glacial pond next to Baruntse Himal. From this base camp, you will be able to catch the rare and magnificent views of the East Face of Everest, which is also known as the Khangsung Face, as well as other adjacent peaks like Makalu and Kanchenjunga.

  • Day 10: Acclimatization and exploration day at Makalu Base Camp

    As you have climbed over a significant altitude in this Makalu Base Camp trekking with high passes, this day will be the first acclimatization in your Himalayan adventure. You will use this day to do some refreshing short hikes around the base camp to make the acclimatization process effective.

    From the vantage points in Makalu Base Camp, you will be able to catch clear and stunning views of the Himalayan gems like Everest, Lhotse Shar, Lhotse, Makalu, and Ama Dablam. You will spend another night at the foothills of these towering surrounding peaks, embracing the magnificence of the Himalayas.

  • Day 11: Trek to Swiss Base Camp [5,150 meters/ 16,896 feet]

    Elevation Gain: 350 meters/ 1,148 feet

    Trek Duration: 5-6 hours

    After acclimatizing properly, you will proceed with the further inclining trekking route that takes you toward the towering western pillar of Makalu. During the first leg of this day’s adventure, you will move along the charming trails on the west side of the Barun Glacier before switching to its lateral moraine.

    Moving along with this day’s exhilarating trekking adventure, you will be greeted with spectacular and towering views of the West and North West Makalu ridges. During the last part of this day’s trek, you will overcome the rock and ice-strewn trail as you proceed across the slopes to reach the Swiss Base Camp. This camp is also known as Puja Camp and is situated right beneath the west pillar of Makalu.

  • Day 12: Trekking from Swiss Base Camp to Sherpani Col Base Camp [5,700 meters/ 18,700 feet]

    Elevation Gain: 550 meters/ 1,804 feet

    Trek Duration: 6-7 hours

    Moving further ahead with your exciting Himalayan adventure, today, you will conquer another popular base camp of the Makalu region. Moving along the steep climbing sections along the rocky ridge near the western pillar of Makalu, you will drop to the valley. Then, again, traversing across the inclining route, you will move past a small flat area with wild grass and rows of cairns before reaching the Sherpani Col Base Camp.

  • Day 13: Acclimatizing at Sherpani Col Base Camp

    This will be the second acclimatization day in your Makalu High Pass Trek; you can do some hikes around the region to adapt to the new altitude. As the altitude at Sherpani Col Base Camp is significantly high, you need to pay proper attention to your body language and let your body acclimatize properly before proceeding further with your trekking route.

  • Day 14: Traversing across Sherpani Col [6,180 meters/ 20,275 feet] to Baruntse Base Camp [5,640 meters/ 18,503 feet]

    Elevation Gain: 480 meters/ 1,574 feet

    Trek Duration: 8-9 hours

    Today’s trekking adventure in your Makalu with high pass trekking is slightly challenging and demanding as you trek over one of the technical passes in the Makalu region, Sherpani Col. You will start this day’s adventure early in the morning to avoid the later afternoon wind on the top of the pass. Following the glacial path across the base camp, you will make your ascend on the Sherpani Col Pass with the help of fixed rope.

    Overcoming the snowy gulley and granite steps enroute, you will push for the summit of the pass. From Bartuntse Base Camp, you will be able to enjoy the incredible close-up views of Makalu, Chamlang to the south and Ama Dablam to the west. After admiring the incredible beauty of the Himalayas from the top of the pass, you will then make your descent toward Hongu Glacier from the pass with the help of a fixed rope. From the glacier, you will continue your trek to the Upper Baruntse Base Camp, your camping site.

  • Day 15: Baruntse Base Camp to Amphu Labsta Base Camp [5,400 meters/ 17,716 feet] via West Col [6,100 meters/ 20,013 feet]

    Elevation Gain: 460 meters/ 1,509 feet

    Trek Duration: 7-8 hours

    After breakfast, you wil leave this remote base camp behind and move along your ascending to reach the Panch Pokhari (Five Ponds) situated right beneath Apmhu Labtsa. During the first leg of this day’s adventure, you will proceed toward another high Himalayan pass in the Makalu, West Col Pass. Another pass in your trekking trail will take you to Imjatse Valley near the Everest region.

    You will then move along the inclining trail to reach the wide area of Upper Hongu Basin, which is close to Kang Lyeamura Peak [6,430 meters/ 21,095 feet]. From here, trekking across descending rocky glacial moraines, you will reach the Amphu Labtsa Base Camp.

  • Day 16: Trek to Chhukung [4,730 meters/ 15,518 feet] via Amphu Labtsa Pass [5,850 meters/ 19,192 feet]

    Elevation Gain: 450 meters/ 1,476 feet

    Trek Duration: 8-9 hours

    You will start your adventure early in the morning to conquer the final Himalayan pass of your Makalu High Pass Trekking adventure. Starting your adventure early in the morning, after breakfast, you will move along the rocky moraines and icy slopes to reach the base of the Amphu Labtsa Pass. After conquering the pass from the top, you will rewarded with magnificent views of Lhotse Shar, Lhotse South Face, Island Peak, and other surrounding peaks.

    Then, after enjoying the serene-peaceful domains of the fascinating Himalayas, you will make you descend by rope to reach the other side of the Hongu Valley that descends toward Imjatse Valley. Then, enjoying the pleasing views of the Mera Peak, you will follow the pleasant trekking trail to Chukkung Village.

  • Day 17: Chukkung to Tyangboche [3,867 meters/ 12,687 feet]

    Elevation Loss: 863 meters

    Trek Duration: 5-6 hours

    After completing the exploration of the Makalu region and Hongu Valley, from this day onward, you will traverse across the mainstream trekking route of the Everest region. Leaving Chukkung behind, you will trek toward the Chhukung Ri during the first leg of this day’s adventure. From Tyangboche, you will be able to enjoy the mesmerizing views of Makalu, Nuptse, and Lhotse.

    Then, moving further with the exploration of the Khumbu region, you will trek past the beautiful Sherpa villages of Dingboche and Pangboche, which are heavily influenced by the Tibetan culture. You will also explore the Pangoche Monastery (the oldest monastery in the Khumbu region) and Dibuhce Nunnery (the oldest Buddhist nunnery outside Tibet) along the trekking route. The gradual descending trail further ahead will then bring you to Tyangboche; here, you can visit the largest monatery in the region, Tyangboche Monastery, which offers 360° panoramic views of Everest.

  • Day 18: Trekking from Tyangboche to Namche Bazaar [3,440 meters/ 11,286 feet]

    Elevation Loss: 427 meters/ 1,400 feet

    Trek Duration: 4-5 hours

    Descending further ahead in the most popular base camp adventure in the world, Everest Base Camp Trek, you will leave the spiritual ambiance of the Tyangboche behind, making your way toward the Sherpa capital, Namche Bazaar. You will make your descent across the charming rhododendron and pine forests, enjoying the delightful views of Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Thyangboche, and Dudh Koshi Valley.

    Moving further in your trekking route, you will cross a bridge at Phunki Tenga and climb to Sansa, the junction point for Gokyo Valley and Khumbu Valley. During the last stretch of this day’s trek, you will trek to the Khumjung Village and make your descend to Namche for an overnight stay.

  • Day 19: Namche to Lukla [2,800 meters/ 9,186 feet] trek

    Elevation Loss: 640 meters/ 2,099 feet

    Trek Duration: 5-6 hours

    This will be the final day of the trek in your Himalayan adventure; after breakfast, you will trek along the cascading Dudh Koshi River and move across several suspension bridges, including the popular Hillary Suspension Bridge, to reach Phakding. Then, from here, you will move along your ascending route uphill to Kusum Stream in the Dudh Koshi Valley before trekking past Toktok to reach Lukla. You will enjoy the final night of this adventure amidst the peaceful Himalayan environment.

  • Day 20: Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu [1,400 meters/ 4,593 feet]

    Elevation Loss: 1,400 meters/ 4,593 feet

    Flight Duration: 35 minutes

    This day will officially mark the end of your delightful Himalayan adventure; after breakfast, you will take a morning flight from Lukla heading toward Kathmandu. Flying over the lush green hills, soaring rivers, and deep valleys, you will also get the opportunity to enjoy the bird-eye views of the pristine snow-clad peaks before your touchdown in Kathmandu. After landing, you will then be trasnpoorted back to your hotel. Thank you for trekking with Nepal Guide Treks. Have a safe trip!

What's included?
  • Airport Arrival and transfer to Hotel
  • 4 nights ‘Day 01, 02 & Day 23, 24” stay in Kathmandu with BB Plan
  • All land transportation by private vehicle
  • All meals [B/F, Lunch & Dinner] During Trekking period
  • Kathmandu to Tumlingtar Flight
  • Tea House Lodges & Camping Accommodation during Trekking
  • Makalu – Barun National Park fee & Sagarmatha National Park
  • Trekkers information Management System TIMS fee
  • Highly experienced Sherpa Guide for this technical pass trek
  • Required Number of Porters
  • Lukla – Kathmandu flight Tickets
  • Staffs food, clothing, salary & Insurance.
  • General First aid Kids
  • All tax, vats and necessary paper works
  • Airport Drop
What's not included?
  • Personal nature expenses
  • Bar bill and all kind of drinks
  • Rescue & Evacuation
  • Gratitude (tip) for staff

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Best Time for Makalu High Pass Trek

If you are considering Makalu High Pass Trek, then the most suitable period for this Himalayan adventure is during the months of spring and autumn seasons. The months of spring (March-May) and autumn (September-October) have pleasant and suitable climatic conditions perfect for Himalayan trekking.

The Autumn season has mild temperatures that reach the maximum temperature of 19°C during the daytime, and it can drop upto -8°C at the alpine altitudes. So, during your trekking days, you will be able to enjoy a comfortable trek with cool breezes. Similarly, the unique gray shades of colors that cover the landscapes, unobstructed mountain views, festivals, and the opportunity to explore the wildlife of the region are some of the major highlights of this season.

As for the spring, it is slightly warmer than the autumn season; the temperature of the Makalu region can hit upto 21°C at the lower altitudes. However, during the night and early mornings at the alpine altitudes, it can reach up to 11°C.

You will have a slightly more comfortable experience exploring the high-altitude regions during this season. Furthermore, the blooming trails with diverse colors, lush landscapes, active wildlife & birdlife, and unique cultural celebrations make the trek even more exciting in this season.

Difficulty Level

Unlike other Himalayan trekking adventures, you will be taking on several high passes in your Makalu High Pass Trek. So, the difficulty level of this trek is higher than other Himalayan explorations; it has been graded as a challenging but rewarding expedition. The Majkalu high pass trekking is only recommended for trekkers who have prior high-altitude trekking experience and have some basic understanding of technical skills, as you will use fixed ropes for trekking over the technical passes in your adventure.

Although this trek can be physically demanding, as you have to cross several high-altitude passes, the experience is simply rewarding if you are looking for a bit of challenge and thrill in your adventure. Starting your adventure from Tumlingtar (400 meters), you will move along high elevation points like Mumbuk (3,570 meters), Shersong (4,615 meters), Makalu Base Camp (4,800 meters), Swiss Base Camp (5,150 meters), Sherpani Col Base Camp (5,700 meters), Amphu Labtsa Base Camp (5,400 meters), Chhukung (4,730 meters) and Tyangboche (3,867 meters).

During this thrilling adventure, you will also take on high Himalayan passes like Kauma La (3,603 meters), Tutu La (4,125 meters), Keke La (4,170 meters), Sherpani Col (6,180 meters), West Col (6,100 meters), and Amphu Labtsa Pass (5,850 meters). So, this definitely isn’t your everyday Himalayan adventure; you will need a significant amount of preparation, experience, and adequate knowledge of the technical skills to do this trek.

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Mr. Devkota hails from the beautiful hilly region of Gorkha District. He started his career as a guide in 1997 and quickly became a reputed figure in the Tourism Industry because of his extensive experience. He has gathered impressive experience in all Trekking and Climbing Routes, such as Mera, Island, Lobuche, Ama Dablam etc.

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