$ 2840 per person
Island Peak (6,189m/20,305ft) otherwise known as Imja Tse is a mountain in Sagarmatha National Park. It is a famous trekking peak in the Everest Region.
Member of the British Mount Everest expedition named the summit as it appears like an island surrounded by a sea of ice from afar.
The first climb to the main summit was in the year 1956 by Hans-Rudolf Von Gunten. The ascent is a relatively moderate climb for novices; wanting to explore the inner workings of the higher summits.
This trek is perfect for those trying to gear up or a higher peak. The climb is exhilarating; demanding endurance and patience.
The initial trek from a popular destination like Everest Base Camp (5,357m) and Kalapathar shall be covered; providing enough time to acclimatize according to the elevation points.
A short hike from base camp leads to the high camp. The steep trail makes a difficult task to reach on the Summit. However, Lhotse, towering 2,300 m will block the magnificent view of the Everest; which is 7 miles in the north.
Upon entering the summit, trekkers can view Cho Polu (6.734mt) mounts the frozen Lhotse Shar glacier.
Imja Tse wilderness is a magical destination for avid trekkers offering an unforgettable mountain experience.
Duration: 21 Days
Tour Type: Private and Group Tour
Maximum Altitude: 6189 Meters
Trek Difficulty: High