This trek follows the
north route to the summit of Aconcagua, highest mountain in Argentina at
6962m ASL. The trek is done during the seasons of December to March of
each year and takes 19 days.
The route traverses a
spectacular, seldom visited region of Nepal and crosses three High Mountain
passes. On the final section, the route meets the popular southern approach to
Everest Base Camp at Chhukung.
Amphu Lapcha is probably the most
demanding phase with some exposed snow and ice work. As
such, this trek requires full mountaineering equipment and a high level of
16 Days or
trek starts out on the standard Everest Base Camp route to
Dingboche and then heads east up the Chhukhung
Valley to Island Peak Base Camp and Island Peak at 6160m,
before descending via the same route., This trek can also be