Three Passes Trekking in Nepal is possible throughout the year round. Spring and Autumn is the best time to visit this trekking. The spring counts from the beginning of March to mid-May and autumn counts from the beginning of September to mid-November. Eagle Treks and Expedition is one of the reliable and professional agencies it takes good care of its valued guest and customers. The winter is cold and snow makes it difficult to travel higher than Tyangboche.
Also, lodges may be closed above this altitude. Summers, are wet, and the spectacular view of peaks often lost in the clouds. April and early May is a good time to see the hedgerows and trees bursting into bloom, with Rhododendrons. In particular, adding a spectacular splash of colors to the landscape. The views seem better after summer monsoons have cleared the atmosphere of dust, but the days are shorter and cooler.
Three Passes Trekking in Nepal will give you a different experience of Nepal Himalaya. It will be kind of challenging trekking than other routes of trekking in the Everest region. In order to pass these three high pass treks, physical fitness is important. As they are Kongma-La (5535 m), Cho-La (5368 m) and Renjo-La (5417 m) respectively. You will feel real adventurous in this trekking. Simply the trekking starts with normal route to Chhukung and it also goes gradually harder and harder. Especially those days to pass the high passes, the days are apparently longer than normal routes.
We also suggest you try Three Passes Trekking in Nepal if you have previous experience of hiking above 3500 m.
Our trek begins to the view the biggest Tengboche Monastery, followed by the tough climb through Kongmal-La, Cho La that finally takes us to the blue lakes at Gokyo. After enjoying awe-inspiring views from the fifth lake and Gokyo Ri, we make our way to the next great pass, the Renjo La. Later, we will make a night in Marlung we follow a little of the route used for centuries by the Tibetan Traders via Nangpa La to get to Thame.