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January 12, 2021

Pikey Peak Trek; a recently promoted incredibly great trip in lower Everest Region can be your best choice if you are trying to find a less travelled but area that still offers some of best Nepal trekking experience in Khumbu that is close to Kathmandu, this is a splendid (less discovered) route.

This short Pikey trek provides an opportunity to go to several Buddhist monuments sites such as gompas, and stupas. Whichever the route you choose to Pikey Peak Trek; it gives wonderful views of the Number Himal, Mt. Everest and other mountain peaks. From the Pikey peak, one can see the various spectacular mountain view over 8,000 meters including Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu, Lhotse, Manaslu, Annapurna and many other snow-covered peaks. The Pikey Peak is popular for its breathtaking sunrise and sunset views and one can take pleasure in the magnificent sight of the peaks beyond the Kathmandu valley to the plains along with lots of Himalayan range.

With a motive to address the willingness of our fellow Nepalese to view the magnificent views of 8000 meters, we have developed a short 3N/4D itinerary.  The trip begins and ends at Kathmandu. Our accommodation comprises of homestay at Chyangba, a sherpa village where you would be able to enjoy the local food and experience authentic sherpa culture.

Come on and grab this golden opportunity. Let our action speak for itself as you travel with the best. 


Day 1: Drive from Kathmandu to Chyangba (2,600m/8,530ft)

Early morning drive from Kathmandu to Chyangba. We'll have lunch at Nepalthok and head towards Ghurmi-Okhaldhunga-Dhap and finally Chyangba. Based on the distance we cover, we'll have lunch either at Okhaldhunga or Thade bazar near Dhap. We'll leave the Salleri highway from Dhap and continue ahead following a narrow downhill offroad.  It takes about 45 min to reach the village, upon reaching we'll freshen up, eat something, and explore Chyangba.  This day we'll be staying in a local house and experience the authentic Sherpa culture.

Day 2: Drive to Bulbule and trek to Pikey Peak (3,200m/10,496ft) 

The first morning at Chyangba, we'll be served Sherpa tea (tea-mixed with local Ghee, cornmeal and salt). We'll be having a light breakfast and visit Chyangba Gumba and Chyangba School. Finally, after having lunch we'll board a vehicle and head towards Bulbule. The hike starts from Bulbule. It takes about 2-3 hrs. to reach Pikey basecamp from Bulbule. On the way, we would enjoy the magnificent Rhododendron forest and Mani. If everything goes well, we might be accompanied by the famous Tungna Bajey who is renowned form his skill of playing Tungna.

Day 3: Hike to Pikey Peak  (4065m/13,333ft), trek down to Gorakhani and drive to Chyangba 

We'll wake up early in the morning and head towards Pikey Peak for sunrise after having a cup of tea and some food. From the top of Pikey, you can enjoy the mesmerizing view of 8000 meters peak of Nepal and more specifically Mount Everest.  You'll be provided packed food on the way to Gorakhani. It might take around 4-5 hrs. depending upon the pace of walk to reach Gorakhani. Upon reaching Gorakhani, we'll have our lunch, rest for a while, visit Gora Gumba (oldest & powerful Gumba in Khumbu region), and explore Gorakhani before boarding our vehicle to Chyangba. Finally, we'll have a celebration at Chyangba as it would be the end of our short and memorable trek.

Day 4: Drive back to Kathmandu

Lastly, we'll board the vehicle to Kathmandu from Chyangba after having breakfast. If time permits we'll take you to the Devithan at Dhap. We might stop for a while at Okhaldhunga. We'll have our lunch at Ghurmi and take a break at Bhakundebesi before entering the valley. Finally, with a hope to meet again we'll head our home with wonderful memories with Wongchhu Peak Promotion.  

Our cost includes:

  • All ground transportation,
  • Food (predetermined menu) and Accommodation (homestay and lodge),
  • Professional Trekking Guide.

Our cost excludes:

  • Personal Expenses,
  • Additional services other than agreed,
  • Alcohol and Beverages during the trek,
  • Medical and Evacuation Expenses.





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