Lumba Sumba Pass Trek Kanchenjunga to Makalu traverse trek is newly opened trekking route located east of Nepal between Mount Kanchenjunga the worlds’ third highest peak and Mount Makalu. Following the part of Great Himalayan Trail crossing 5117 meters high pass of Lumba Sumba largely undiscovered land connecting Kanchenjunga Conservation and Makalu Barun National park. Lumba Sumba trail is admired in flora and fauna and once we can see varieties of birds and the area well known by the home of the snow leopard and Red Panda so it has own existence of its beauties.
The trek in its early days passes through subtropical forests and small villages with terraced fields. We begin trekking through a miraculous landscape of deep fold river valleys which will reduce our exhaustion by blowing a breeze of fresh air. The route passes through subtropical forests and hillsides along with small villages and emerald lines of rice terrace. Then as we incline ourselves upward, we progress through zones of barley. The spectacular view of rhododendron, juniper and pines forest might make your motion slow through their natural smell and eye-catching beauty. To serve mysterious natural treasure of high lands, nature will make us a sudden encounter to an alpine world of rough yak pastures surrounded by the snowy peaks of the Himalaya. One can see all the collection of Natural abundance in this single trek to Lumba Sumba.
Along the route, one of the highlights is the beautiful village named Olangchung Gola, an old Tibetan village of Nepal with a rich natural and cultural history. It is one of the attractive and the old Tibetan village of Nepal with natural and cultural glory. The route goes through two of Nepal’s protected areas – the Kanchanjunga conservation area and the Makalu Barun National Park. The route will also take us to alpine grasslands, rocky outcrop, dense temperate and sub-tropical forests, and low river valleys. Apart from natural beauty, trekkers can also see the sights of cultural heritage like monasteries, chortens, temples, prayer walls etc. Somewhat seems like Mother Nature is too benevolent to the region to gather all the mysterious and beautiful natural ingredients to the region, the region will serve every natural possession it has to make this journey your lifetime memory.
Lumba Sumba Pass Trek Short itinerary:
Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu (1335 meters).
Day 02: A free day to explore Kathmandu and Trek Preparation.
Day 03: Fly to Bhadrapur and Drive to Ilam. (45m fly and 4 hours drive)
Day 04: Drive to Taplejung (1820m). Meet with Trekking staffs in Taplejung and start trek to Mitlung (909m). (4 hours of drive and 3 hours walking).
Day 05: Trek to Chiruwa (1246m) 5-6 hours.
Day 06: Trek to Lelep (1687m) (5-6 hours).
Day 07: Trek to Ela Danda (2051m) (5-6 hours).
Day 08: Trek to Jongim Kharka (2635m) (7-8 hours).
Day 09: Trek to Olanchung Gola (3208m). (3 hours)
Day 10: Trek to Sanjung Kharka Camp’ (3910m) 6-7 hours
Day 11: Trek to Pass Camp (4700m 4 -5 Hours
Day 12: Trek to Yak Kharka via Lumba Sumba La (5177m) 8-9 Hours.
Day 13: Trek to Jungle Camp (3350m). 6-7 hours
Day 14: Trek to Yak Kharka (2877m). 5-6 hours.
Day 15: Trek to Lingam School (2320m). 5-6 hours
Day 16: Trek to Hatiya (1595m). 5-6 hours
Day 17: Trek to Gola (1128m). 5-6hours
Day 18: Trek to Hedanga Gadhi (1179m).
Day 19: Trek to Num (1572m), drive to Tumlingtar (450m).
Day 20: Fly to Kathmandu.
Day 21: Final departure to your homeland country and see off!!!
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|Visit Himalaya Treks has always been keen about safety on the journey. We have prepared Trekking Equipment List which the trekkers will need during their trek in Nepal. The following list should help you with your packing. Generally, you should always try to keep the weight of your equipment to a minimum. The weight of your trek bag while trekking should be no more than 15 KG. You must bring the following items:|
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