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Island Peak Climbing 2 Night 3 days Itinerary 2024,2025

3 Days, Dinguche Village

Island Peak, also known as Imja Tse, is a popular climbing peak located in the Everest region of Nepal. It is one of the most accessible and frequently climbed peaks in the region, offering stunning views of the surrounding Himalayan Mountains, including Mount Everest.

Here is some information about Island Peak climbing:

Location: Island Peak is situated in the Khumbu region of eastern Nepal, within the Sagarmatha National Park. It is part of the Himalayas and stands at an elevation of 6,189 meters (20,305 feet).

Difficulty: Island Peak is considered a technical trekking peak, requiring some mountaineering skills and experience. While it is not as technically challenging as some of the higher peaks in the region, climbers should have prior trekking experience and be comfortable with basic mountaineering techniques such as using crampons and ropes.

Permits: Climbing Island Peak requires obtaining a climbing permit from the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). You will also need to acquire a Sagarmatha National Park entry permit, as the peak lies within the park’s boundaries.

Best Time to Climb: The climbing season for Island Peak generally runs from April to May and from September to November. These months offer more stable weather conditions and better climbing conditions. However, it’s essential to check weather forecasts and consult with experienced guides before planning your climb.

Itinerary: Typical itineraries for climbing Island Peak usually start from Lukla, a popular starting point for treks in the Everest region. The trekking route passes through scenic Sherpa villages, including Namche Bazaar and Dingboche, before reaching the Island Peak Base Camp. From there, climbers proceed to establish high camps and make their summit push.

Guides and Sherpas: It is highly recommended to hire experienced climbing guides or Sherpas for Island Peak expeditions. They can provide valuable guidance, ensure your safety, and assist with technical aspects of the climb.

Physical Fitness: Climbing Island Peak requires a good level of physical fitness and stamina. Prior training and preparation, including cardiovascular exercises, hiking, and strength training, are beneficial to increase your chances of a successful summit.

Safety Considerations: As with any high-altitude climb, safety is of utmost importance. It is crucial to acclimatize properly, stay hydrated, and be aware of symptoms of altitude sickness. Weather conditions can change rapidly in the mountains, so climbers must be prepared for challenging situations and follow the guidance of their guides.

Please note that this information is based on general knowledge about Island Peak climbing up until June 2023. It is always recommended to consult with experienced guides, tour operators, or updated sources for the most accurate and current information before planning a climb.

Day by Day Itinerary

After Breakfast, we are heading to Island Base Camp, which is a 6-hour walk, and enjoyed the views during the walk. It is an adventure as well. Island Base Camp is also one of the pleasant walks, with streams leading to the big rock. Upon arrival at base camp, which is an area on the grassy bottom of the Island Glacier, our staff, already base camp and peppering our tents, made lunch. After lunch, maybe some climbing training or learning by our guide for your next climb, special tips for climbing techniques, etc.



Today is summit day. Get up early, before 2 p.m., because it is very important before the wind needs to be at the summit, It will be a comfortable and easy way to the Top before the wind.

the climbing is not as technical as the path, But it depends on the weather condition, Nearly around the summit ridge, our guide will fix the ropes in some sections for safety, and if you are following the snowy ridge, then you will be on top of the Island peak.

From the top, you can enjoy beautiful views of the best deep glacier with all the Himalayan ranges, with much more adventure in your life. Back down to the island base camp or if you have time, come down overnight at the Base camp or somewhere else, as possible, in Base camp.


After breakfast, we are heading down to Dingboche, or Namche bazaar, where is possible or you can rest around dingbuche or Chukum Village.

What's Included?

Service includes

Necessary government documents Climbing permits Professional and experienced climbing guide. Necessary camping equipment, such as a tent, table, and your meals (breakfast, lunch, Dinner). All kitchen staff. Group Climbing as like, Ice tools, Ice Hammer, Ice Screws, Carabineers, Locking, Carabineers shorts, climbing rope, climbing certificates, etc. Insurance, meals, equipment, accommodation, for our guide, cook, all staff.

Service excludes

Personalize your own climbing equipment Tips. climbing Boot, flight  ticket, etc,
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