Group Size


Trip Grade


Best Season

March-May & September -December


Hotel/Tea House

Max Elevation



Full Board


Private Vehicle/Flight

Trek Route


Trip Highlights

  • A complete Everest experience combining the best bits of Everest Base Camp, Gokyo Lakes, and Everest Three pass treks.
  • One of the most adventurous trails available in the Himalayas including mountain passes, high peaks, day hikes, exploration, and more.
  • Sherpa culture, tradition, art, and lifestyle experience throughout the two weeks of the trek.
  • Picturesque views of high mountain ranges highlighted by Mount Everest, Mount Lhotse, Mount Cho Oyu, and Mount Makalu.
  • Experience the raw nature while trekking in the remote areas of the Sagarmatha National Park.
  • Challenging sections to help you grow your trekking and navigational skills in the high elevation regions of the Himalayas.
  • Wonderful secondary destinations to complement the trek like Gokyo Ri, Kalapatthar, Khumjung Village, Tengboche Monastery, and more.
Cost offer for Group Travelers
Person(s)Price per Person
1 PaxUSD 1870.00
2 PaxesUSD 1600.00
3 PaxesUSD 1580.00
4 - 6 PaxesUSD 1550.00
7 - 12 PaxesUSD 1500.00
13 - 18 PaxesUSD 1450.00

Trip Overview

Everest Three High Passes Trek: Conquer the Majestic Himalayan High Passes

The Everest Three  High Passes Trek is one of the most complete treks to do in the Everest region covering all the main trails available here. From the Everest Base Camp to Gokyo Lakes and the majestic passes of Kongma La, Cho La, and Renjo La makes every traveler here captures the joy and beauty of trekking in the Nepalese Himalayas. This trek is perfect for treating your soul with adventure, nature, and cultural delights all at once.

The snow-capped peaks, rugged trails, pristine lakes, and crystal clear streams ease you into the heart of the Khumbu region and you will return with some magical memories after completing the trek. Push yourself to take this grand step and let it be the best trek of your life. Everest Three High Passes Trek starts from the vibrant streets of Kathmandu, you will board a small plane to reach the trailhead at Lukla. As you go past small villages and locals you will understand the place, culture, and lifestyle better here. Leaving Namche behind the terrain gets higher and you'll head closer to the mountains.

The first pass, Kongma La, will test your preparation for the trek. Going over it, you will explore the Everest Base Camp itself. The steep trails of Cho La will be your next step and it uncovers the majestic Gokyo Valley beside it. Explore the Gokyo lakes and reenergize for the final push of Renjo La pass to complete this trek. On your return, you'll have a unique perspective on life and travel and you'll treasure the Everest Three High Passes Trek with Hillary Step Treks for a very long time. Our Everest Three High Passes price range from USD 1350 -USD 1800.

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Day to Day Itinerary

Day 01 Arriving in Kathmandu (1400m) 30 min drive to Hotel by Private Vehicle Hotel Thamel Park

Our representative from HST will meet you after arriving at the Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu. Complete the customs and we will drive you to the hotel in Thamel. You can have first impressions of the bustling Kathmandu city during this thirty-minute ride. Rest for a while in the hotel and visit us for a short orientation session. Your trek team will go through the preparation, tips, and guidance once more. Return to the hotel and be ready for an early journey the next day. Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 02 Fly (35min) to Lukla (2,840m/9,317ft) from Kathmandu(1,350m/4,429ft) & Trek to Phakding(2610m/8,563ft) 9km/5.6 miles/ 3 hrs B.L.D Lodge
On the way to Phakding
On the way to Phakding

Be ready to head towards the Domestic terminal of the TIA, early today. We will take the morning flight to Tenzing Hillary Airport in Lukla. Enjoy the scenic view of the landscape and mountains from the flight and experience a thrilling landing at the airport. We have a short trek day today taking you to Phakding. Ease your way there with a few exciting stops in between. Overnight stay at a teahouse in Phakding.

Day 03 Trek fom Phakding(2,610m/8,563ft) to Namche (3,440m/11,286ft) 12km/ 7.4 miles/ 6-7 hrs B.L.D Lodge
Phakding Bridge- On the way to Namche
Phakding Bridge- On the way to Namche

We'll start the trek for today soon after breakfast in Phakding. Following the lively trail used by locals and trekkers alike, we will make our way to Monjo. Monjo is the entry point of the Sagarmatha National Park (SNP). Show your permits here and continue walking towards Namche. The trail is very relaxed and the views keep opening up with every step here. A steep climb will let us reach the iconic Sherpa village of Namche. Overnight stay at a lodge/teahouse in Namche.

Day 04 Acclimatization day in Namche bazaar 9km/ 4-5 hrs B.L.D Lodge
Hiilary View point at Namche hill
Hiilary View point at Namche hill

Khumjung village for lunch and visit the historic monastery there. After returning from the hike walk around Namche and know more about the Sherpa lifestyle, trekking culture, and art of the Himalayas here. Overnight stay at a lodge/teahouse in Namche. We have a strategic break, exploration, & acclimatization day planned in Namche Bazaar today. You have the options to choose a few day hikes from the town of Namche. We suggest you go for a short trip to

Day 05 Trek from Namche(3,440m/11,286ft) to Tengboche(3,867m/12,687ft) to Pangboche(4,000m/13,123ft) 15km/9.3 miles/7 hrs B.L.D Lodge
On the way to Pangbuche
On the way to Pangbuche

From Namche, we will head toward the beautiful village of Tengboche. After arriving here at the noon take your lunch and visit the Tengboche Monastery. You'll have a spiritual time being on the premises of the largest and most significant monasteries of the Khumbu Region here. We will continue for a couple more hours to make it to Pangboche today. Enjoy your dinner and rest for the day after reaching here in the late afternoon. Overnight stay at a teahouse in Pangboche.

Day 06 Trek from Pangbuche(4,000m/13,123ft) to Dingbuche(4 410m/14,469ft) to Chukung (4,710m/15,453ft) 12km/7.4 miles/ 4-5 hrs B.L.D Lodge
On the way to Dingbuche
On the way to Dingbuche

Our trail will start to reflect the true alpine essence from Pangnoche heading up today. You will find massive snow-covered peaks dominating the skyline and walk in the barren rocky terrain to reach Chukung. The village of Dingboche will be your lunch stop today. You'll leave the primary trail of the Everest Base Camp trek 14 Days and head towards Chukung. Overnight stay in a teahouse at Chukung after your arrival here today.

Day 07 Acclimatization day in Chukung, Hike to Chukung Ri (5550m/18209ft) 3-4hrs B.L.D Lodge
Chukung ri
Chukung ri

We'll have a second day for acclimatization in Chukung today. Chukung acts as the base camp for your first mountain pass of the trek, Kongma La. We'll also hike to the top of Chukung Ri today.Although not as popular as Kalapathar or Gokyo Ri, this peak is chosen by many peak climbers for better acclimatization results. The view of the surrounding mountain peaks is also sublime from the summit. It'll take around 5 hours to complete the day hike. Rest for the day after returning from the hike. Overnight in Chukung.

Day 08 Trek from Chukung(4,710m/15,453ft) to Lobuche ( 4,900m/16,076ft) via Kongma la Pass (5,540m/18,176ft) 11km/6.8 miles/7-9 hrs B.L.D Lodge
On the way to Kongmola - pack lunch
On the way to Kongmola - pack lunch

We will wake up early for doing the first of the three passes on this trek. Kongma La pass is a moderately difficult pass but you have to listen to your guide's instructions carefully during the ascend to make sure everything goes well. View the Himalayan sunrise during the first part of the trek. After 5-6 hours of gradual uphill, you will reach the Kongma La pass. Take some photos and enjoy a magical view from the pass. We will start the downhill walk towards Lobuche next. Rest for the after arriving at Lobuche in the afternoon. Overnight stay at a teahouse in Lobuche.

Day 09 Trek from Lobuche (4,900m/16,076ft) to Everest Base Camp (5,364m/17,598ft) & Trek back to Gorekhshep(5,140m/16,864ft) 15km/9.3 miles/7-8 hrs B.L.D Lodge
Ready to explore EBC
Ready to explore EBC

We will return to the primary trail of Everest to visit the base camp and return today. After a couple of hours of trek from Lobuche, we will reach Gorakshep. We'll leave our bags here and continue lightly towards the Everest Base Camp. The scenic views and surrounding landscape make the walk effortless. You can have the majestic feel of being on the very base camp of Mount Everest after arriving at the location. Spend some time here taking pictures and we will return to Gorakshep. Overnight stay in a teahouse at Gorakshep.

Day 10 Early morning climb to Kalapathar(5545m18192ft) and Trek to Dzongla( 4830m/15846ft) from Gorekhshep(5140m/16863ft) 16km/9.9 miles/ 7-8 hrs B.L.D Lodge
Lobuche- On the way to Zongla
Lobuche- On the way to Zongla

We will hike to the ridge of the Kalapatthar peak(5545m) for a sunrise view first thing today. You will reach this popular natural viewpoint after 1.5 hours of an easy hike from Gorakshep. From the top enjoy an amazing view of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and other snow-capped peaks. We'll return to Gorakshep and head towards Dzongla after breakfast. You will leave the primary trail and use the classic lesser-chosen path to Dzongla. Rest for the day and prepare for the Cho La Pass the next day after arriving at Dzongla. Overnight stay at a teahouse in Dzongla.

Day 11 Trek from Zongla (4,830m/15,846ft) Chola Pass (5420m/17782ft) to Thagnak( 4700m/15420ft) 9.5km/5.9 miles6-7 hrs B.L.D Lodge
Chola Pass
Chola Pass

We will start the pass-day trek early once more aiming for the Cho La pass(5420m) today. Cho La has a somewhat challenging reputation among the three passes for its steep rise and glacial sections. You should reach the pass after 4-5 hours of walking from the village of Dzongla. The prayer flags will make the pas and you can enjoy a scenic time here viewing a different side of the Mahalangur Range from the top. We will start the return trek to Thagnak soon as the mountain passes in the Himalayas and can have heavy winds as the day advances. Rest for the day after arriving at Thagnak. Overnight stay in a teahouse at Thagnak.

Day 12 Trek from Thagnak(4,700m/15,420ft) to Gokyo Lake (4,790m15,715ft) 4.5km/2.8 miles/ 3 hrs B.L.D Lodge
Gokyo Lake
Gokyo Lake

We will visit and explore the Gokyo valley today. Starting from Thagnak the trail is relaxed and beautiful towards Gokyo. There are five beautiful lakes forming the Gokyo Lake complex, one of the highest Glacial lake systems in the world. You will go past the second lake and reach Gokyo Cho (also called Dudh Kunda). The village of Gokyo lies on its bank, where you'll be staying for today. Explore the beautiful valley after lunch and rest for the day. Overnight stay in a teahouse at Gokyo.

Day 13 Acclimatization: Early morning climb to Gokyo Ri(5,360m/17,585ft) 4km/2.5miles/ 3-4 hrs B.L.D Lodge
Gokyo ri
Gokyo ri

We'll have the third acclimatization day at Gokyo highlighted by the day hike trip to Gokyo Ri. The hike will take you to the summit of the peak with a panoramic view of snow-capped mountains. Enjoy the views of Everest, Makalu, Lhotse, and Cho Oyu (4 of the top 10 highest peaks) from a single point here. After some time here, return to Gokyo and prepare for the next pass day. Overnight stay in a teahouse at Gokyo.

Day 14 Trek from Gokyo(4,790m/15,715ft) to Renjola Pass (5,360m/17,585ft) to Lungden(4,330m/14206ft) 12km/7.4 miles/ 6-8 hrs B.L.D Lodge
Renjola Pass
Renjola Pass

We will start our trek early to complete the third pass of the Everest Three Pass Trek. Renjo La Pass from Gokyo is the shortest of the three passes but the terrain can get tricky, especially during adverse weather conditions. With the pristine view of Gokyo valley on one side and the majestic Himalayas all around, we will continue down to Lungden. Rest for the day there having completed the most challenging trails of Everest. Overnight stay in a teahouse at Lungden.

Day 15 Trek from Lungden(4,330m/14,206ft) to Thame(3,790m/12,434ft) to Namche Bazar (3,440m/11,286ft) 19km/11.8 miles/7 hrs B.L.D Lodge
On the way to Namche
On the way to Namche

Our descent begins from today as we lose elevation swiftly to reach Namche Bazar. Enjoy the changing landscape and scenery as you get past small villages and yak pastures to reach Thame. Thame is a traditional Sherpa village in Everest far from the heavy influence of tourism. You can admire the simple lifestyle, traditional art, and much more relaxed way of living during your lunch stop here. From here it is further 2 hours of downhill trek towards Namche Bazaar. Overnight stay in a lodge/teahouse in Namche Bazaar.

Day 16 Trek from Namche(3,440m/11,286ft) – Lukla( 2,860m/9,383ft) 21/13 miles/ km/7 hrs B.L.D Lukla Inn
Hillary Bridge- way back to Lukla
Hillary Bridge- way back to Lukla

On our last leg of the trek, we will retrace our steps from Namche to Lukla. You can still experience new things and admire the scenery while covering the path today. Passing by the settlements and monuments of the EBC trail, we will end the walking part in Lukla. Freshen up and explore Lukla for some souvenir shopping in the evening. Overnight in a teahouse at Namche Bazaar.

Day 17 Fly 35min to Kathmandu (1350m/4429ft) from Tenzing-Hilary Airport( Lukla 2860m/9383ft) 35 min flight B Hotel Thamel Park
Lukla Airport-ready to take off
Lukla Airport-ready to take off

From Lukla, we'll take the morning flight to Kathmandu. You can enjoy the views of the Himalayas one last time from the plane. After landing in Kathmandu, we will transfer you to your hotel. Join us for a farewell dinner in the evening. You can share your stories and experiences from this trek with us and provide us with valuable feedback. Overnight in a hotel at Thamel, Kathmandu.

Day 18 Departure to your home 30 min to Airport B

Pack your bags and fill them with memories of the Three Passes Trek. We will drive you to the TIA for your departure flight on time.

Cost Inclusion

  • Two nights accommodation in Kathmandu ( Hotel Thamel Park with Breakfast)
  • 15 nights mountain Standard Accommodation during Everest Three high Passes Trek
  • All the mountain Standard meals( Lunch.Dinner & Breakfast/the main course)
  • Pick up/Drop off from to International & Domestic airport by private vehicle
  • Both way Kathmandu to Lukla & Lukla to Kathmandu by flight with airport tax
  • Sagarmatha National Park Fees
  • Pasang Lhamu munucipality fees
  • Trekker's Information Management System (TIMS) card fees
  • Professional, Experienced & government licensed holder English Speaking Trekking Guide
  • Porter (2 trekkers: 1 porter)
  • Staff costs including their salary, insurance, equipment, food and accommodation etc.
  • Sleeping bag (if needed)
  • Duffle bag
  • Trekking Map
  • First aid kit
  • Seasonal fruits
  • All government and Local Tax
Trip Map

Trekking Information

Accommodation in Everest Three Pass Trek

Treks in the Everest region are popular for teahouses, a dominant accommodation option for travelers. A teahouse in the Nepalese Himalayas is usually operated by the locals to serve trekkers with basic services. The rooms are generally simple and you will have the option to choose attached bathrooms in the lower elevations. Similarly, communal dining rooms are another feature of classic teahouses.

Meals on the Three Passes Trek

Meals are provided by the teahouses you'll be staying at during the trek. The food is simple and utilizes the organic local ingredients available in the region or is carried from Lukla. You can find small restaurants, cafes and occasional bakeries during the trek as well. Similarly, most teahouses also sell energy bars, mineral waters, snacks, and drinks like shops from their front counters. You can find great dishes made with simple ingredients and Nepali spices during the Everest Three Passes Trek.

Drinking Water

Drinking plenty of water is important for high elevation treks like this to provide your body with adequate fluids and prevent sickness. You can request a drinking water refill at the tea houses or at your lunch stops. Some places might charge extra for hot water. Similarly, you will also find drinking water taps throughout the lower segments of the trail. Similarly, freshwater streams are also plenty on the way to refill your bottles. Keep purification tablets with you just to be extra safe while drinking water here. Mineral water will be available at the every lodge and cost will be minumun $1 & Maximun $4 for a bottle.

Best time to Visit Everest three passes trek

The spring season (March to May), and autumn seasons (Mid-September to November) are the best time to do the Everest three passes trek, including the three passes trek itinerary. The weather is perfect with safe trekking conditions during these times. Similarly, most of the teahouses and other services are operational during these months for your ease. Unlike the other trails in Nepal, the three passes trek rarely finds off-season trekkers. This is due to the high unpredictability of weather and dangerous trail conditions during these periods.

Benefits of Choosing Hillary Step Treks (HST)

We are experienced. Our team has managed treks in the Everest region for well over two decades.
* Our guides are fluent in English, Nepali, and Local Sherpa dialects. They know the terrain, culture, people, and the Sagarmatha national park through & through.
* HST will provide you best value services for your money. No hidden cost, every step with HST is transparent and clear. We value our clients over profit any day.
* Your safety is the top priority while trekking with the HST team.
* We go the extra mile to assure you of a complete trekking experience in Nepal. HST is your ideal choice for trekking in Nepal.

Reaching the starting point of Everest Three High Passes Trek

Lukla is the optimal starting point of the Gokyo Lake trek. Your domestic flight to Lukla will most likely be in the morning time from Kathmandu. It will be a short 45 min flight. Leaving the valley you can enjoy a fantastic view of diverse Nepalese geography topped by an amazing view of the Himalayas. The landing at Tenzing Hillary Airport in Lukla is Infamous for its short runway and extreme geographic location. You will have a nerve-racking experience while landing here. You'll have a proper introduction to the remote Himalayas from this flight.

Internet connectivity and Phone network

Internet is available throughout the Everest trails through Everest Link data cards. You can purchase these at the teahouses on the trail and these work adequately in most areas. The phone network is not available at all parts of the trek. Especially, during the pass-days, your only communication option will be a GPS signal phone. Make sure for poor signals in the high elevation areas while the rest of the lower sections should be fine.

Guide and safety

We highly recommend you do the Everest Three High Passes trek with experienced guides even if it is not mandatory. The trail leads you to three of the highest mountain passes of the Himalayas, and it is no easy task to complete without one. As for your safety, we at HST make it the top priority. Our guides are trained for all conditions and have excellent knowledge of the area. So, avoid solo treks to the Everest Three Passes trail, for your safety and experience.

Physical fitness for Three Passes Trek

You must be of average fitness to complete this trek with a proper guide and porter team. It is very helpful if you have prior high-elevation trekking experience in Nepal or other parts of the Himalayas. So how hard is Everest Three high passes trek for trekkers with different experience Levels?

For beginners, it might be difficult for the first few days. However, as your walking rhythm sets up you can be more comfortable and enjoy the trek. For average trekkers, you can complete the trek without any complications. If you are highly experienced in trekking in the Nepalese Himalayas, you can attempt the Three Passes Trek Nepal with good preparation while tagging along with at least another trekker of the same level. We do recommend guides once again for anyone planning to do the trek.

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Altitude sickness and Acclimatization

Altitude sickness is common for trekkers in the Himalayas. You will be doing plenty of high-elevation trekking during the Three High Passes trek too. We have carefully planned acclimatization days to make sure your body is adapting to the altitude. The stops at Namche, Chukung, and Gokyo are vital. Make sure you let your guides know if you have any unease or illness symptoms while trekking the Everest Three Passes Trek trail. Here are some tips to prevent altitude sickness:

  • Drink plenty of water. Keep re-hydrating at regular intervals. It is best to drink a liter every hour you've walked here.
  • Get plenty of rest & sleep. Don't push yourself too much while walking. The key is to ascend slowly and gradually.
  • Do warm-up hikes and stretching before starting the trek for the day.
  • Try eating a balanced diet. Avoid too-much salty food and alcohol throughout the trek.
  • If necessary take the pills for Altitude sickness by consulting with your guide. If you feel too uncomfortable descend immediately.

Travel insurance

We highly recommend trekkers in Nepal get travel plus medical insurance before starting the trek. It is best to be protected well when attempting difficult treks like Three Passes Trek. Make sure your policy covers emergency evacuations, cancelations, medical charges while in Nepal, and more. We'll suggest you some reliable policies if necessary when you book the trek with HST.

Tipping in Nepal

Tipping is not mandatory in Nepal. However, you can show your appreciation to the guides and porters by rewarding them with some tips. You are helping the local economy and the gesture is nice. You can tip the team on the last day of the trek or when you go your separate ways.

ATM, Banks, and Money exchange

Cards are not accepted as you move in the rural parts of the trek. We suggest you carry enough cash with you in the higher elevation areas of Khumbu. ATMs, Banks, and Money exchange services are available at Kathmandu, Lukla, and Namche Bazaar. Make sure you plan wisely for the next week while you are in Namche.

Trekking gear pack list

Here is a general gear checklist for the trek for on-season trekking.

Upper Body: -

A long-sleeve thermal base layer

Trekking shirt
Insulation layer
fleece jacket
Warm Down Jacket
waterproof jacket
T-Shirt lightweight

Head: -

Beanie and ear warmers
Sunhat & Scarf
Headlights with extra batteries

Face: -

Sunglasses with UV protection
Dust Masks
Lip Balm
Face /Body wipe

legs & Boots: -

Trekking Pants two pairs
waterproof jacket
Trekking boots
Sport Shoes
Crampons (If snow or Ice)
Thermal Leggins
Underwear & thick Socks

Essentials Gear: -

Trekking pole
Sleeping bag
Water bottle
Backpack or Day pack

Toiletries: -

Quick drying towel
Toilet paper
Small mirror
Nail cutter

Personal accessories: -

Power bank
Extra batteries for the Camera

Extra: -

Diary & Pen
Extra Passport copy and Photos
Firsts Aid Kits

Note: The above list can be customized as per the seasons and necessity of the trekkers.

Permits required for Three Passes Trek Nepal

You must have 2 permits to complete the trek alongside a TIMS card $10. The first permit is to enter the Sagarmatha National Park (SNPP). It will cost you around 30 USD per person and will be valid for the duration of the trek.

Similarly, the next permit will be for the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit available at Lukla. It will cost you about rs 2000 per person.

Trekkers Information Management System Card (TIMS) is necessary for all trekkers in Nepal. You can get the card alongside the SNP permit at the NTB office in Kathmandu.

FAQs of Everest Three High Passes Trek

1, What is the Luggage limit for Plane & Porter to carry?

Limit luggage for the plane is 10kg luggage & 5 Kg hand carry per trekker and Hillary Step Treks will provide one porter for two trekkers to carry a combined 20 Kg of Luggage (10Kg for each trekker)

2, What will happen if the weather is bad in Lukla?

Mountain flights need good weather to fly so if bad weather is because of rain, and clouds we have to wait until the good weather or another option will be a Helicopter Charter.

3, Do I need to do acclimatization during the Everest Three High Passes Trek?

Yes, we highly suggest two places for acclimatization to complete the EBC trek (Namche, Chhukung, and Gokyo)

4, Can I hire or buy a sleeping bag and Down Jacket in Kathmandu?

Yes, you can hire a Sleeping bag and down jacket in Kathmandu. They charge around RS 150-200 per piece per day. And You also can buy it if you need a fresh one.

5, What permit is required for the EBC trek?

There are 3 permits required for the EBC trek. Pasang Lhamu Rural municipality permit, Sagarmatha National Park Fees & Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) card.

6, How long does it take to reach Everest Three High Passes Trek?

Generally, it takes 14-20 Days to reach the trek from Kathmandu. Depends on which route you choose

7, Do guides and Porters have Insurance?

All, Hillary Step Treks Guides & Porters are covered by Insurance as well as Salary, Meals, Accommodation, equipment, etc. during the trek.

8, Do you accept Last minute booking?

We accept last-minute bookings for any trips in Nepal. In this context, the client should book at least a day before the trip departure and full payment must be done straight away.

9, Is Everest three High Pass Trek Challenging?

Yes, Everest Three High Passes Trek is Challenging so I recommend you to exercise before you travel here. and you have to prepare mentality as well.

10, What documents do I need for the Everest Three High Passes trek?

You need to submit the following documents by WhatsApp or Email after the advance deposit.

  • A Copy of Passport copy
  • P.P size Photos
  • Flight details (Arriving and Departure date)
  • Travel insurance which should include emergency evacuation

Trip Reviews

2 Reviews

Renjo la Pass Trek

Travel Year: 2017Australia

The entire trip was incredible, and I will never forget it.

Trekking the Everest Three High Passes. was a remarkable experience that altered my life. I was part of a small group, which improved the encounter and made it more intimate. After the trek, we had lunch at each of their homes, which was beautiful. My guide Hari and Porter were the kindest individuals I have ever encountered. the best dude ever! I highly recommend Hillary Step Treks and am currently planning my next expedition.


Travel Year: 2019Malaysia

Namaste Bro!

Hari's team is always reliable and helpful. We have been establishing a firm family-like friendship during our go-togetherness the past decade.
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