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Salpa Pass
The Salpa Pass trail links the Khumbu (Everest) region with the unique ecosystem of the Arun Valley. This trek begins in Tumlingtar and follows the Arun River until we turn into the Irkhu Khola valley which is renowned for its natural paper products. This valley takes us to the Salpa Pass and the holy lake Salpa Pokhari. Friendly villagers and beautiful waterfalls bring us to the second pass of the trek - the Surkie La. This area is renowned for its Tungba - a Sherpa alcoholic drink, and is the entry to the Makalu-Barun National Park. Spectacular views of Mera Peak, Everest, Makalu, Cho-Oyu and many others in the Khumbu region are spread before you. We then descend to Lukla to return to Kathmandu.
Highlight : This comparatively easy trek offers excellent views of Everest, Makalu and other peaks, the handmade paper factory and great Tungba!

Trek type: Camping
Trek Grade: Introductory
Activities: trekking, Camping, Sightseeing
Best Time: September through to April (Dec/Jan can be very hazy)

Day 01 Arrive at Kathmandu

Day 02 Kathmandu

Day 03
Kathmandu- Hile

Day 04 Hile- Mongmaya

Day 05
Mongmaya- Domkot

Day 06 Domkot- Tumlintar

Day 07 Tumlintar- Chymbesi

Day 08 Chymbesi- Dhubidenda

Day 09 Dubidenda- Phedi

Day 10 Phedi- Jaubari-Via the Salpa pass

Day 11 Jubari- Sanam

Day 12 Sanam- Bung

Day 13 Bung- Najing

Day 14 Najing - Pangum

Day 15 Pangum- Pangum

Day 16 Pangum- Lukla or Phakdhing
after this can join on Everst base camp trek on ward.

If you would like to have an itinerary in details please contact us at Mountain Club

Everest Base Camp | Gokya Chola EBC | Makalu Base Camp
Salpa Pass | Kalinchowk

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