Island Peak Climbing with Kala Patthar Trek takes you to the heart of Everest region. Island Peak (6173m.) also known as Imja Tse is the easiest and most popular trekking peak in Nepal which is situated close to Mt. Everest. Island Peak appears like an island in a sea of ice from Dingboche. Island peak climbing with the Kala Pattar trek offers a combination of natural scenery, cultural experience, and an excellent view of the mountains. From the Kala Pattar, you can observe the unrivaled view of Mt. Everest (8848m.), the highest mountain in the world. From the Island peak, you can observe and enjoy the amazing view of the White Mountains of Everest region like Nuptse (7,879m.), Lhotse (8,501m.), Lhotse Middle Peak (8,410m.) and Lhotse Shar (8,383m.) in the north, Makalu (8475m.), Ama Dablam, etc. The culture and lifestyle of the Sherpa people along with their warm greeting on the way adds further pleasure to the climbers.
Island Peak Climbing with Kala Patthar Trek combines peak climbing with the Everest region trekking experience to the trekkers. While trekking to the base camp of the peak climbers take pleasure in the natural scenery and cultural experience. The amazing journey of Island Peak and Kala Pattar starts with the scenic flight to Lukla from Kathmandu. Then you start your trek and traverses through the river valleys, forest of rhododendron, world heritage Sagarmatha national park, and different Sherpa settlements enjoying the views of waterfalls, snow-clad peaks, and natural beauty. The route to climb the peak is the southeast flank. While climbing you see the beautiful view of the Imja Valley and Khumbu Glacier. The best seasons to go for Island peak climbing are spring and autumn.