Trishuli River Rafting
Lobuche East peak is a popular trekking peak in Nepal to climb, located at the elevation of 6119 meters in Everest Khumbu Himalayan range. This peak is an attractive summit and offers various routes for climbing. The normal route for climbing is through South Ridge. Lobuche consists of two different summits, east and west with the height of 6119m and 6145m respectively. A continuous rim ties them but there is a sharp gap and a considerable distance between these two summits. The east is recognized as a trekking peak whereas the west is identified as an Expedition. The first scaled to the Lobuche east peak by Laurence Nielson and Ang Gyaljen Sherpa on 25th April 1984. The peak being an attractive offers various existing routes and also a probability of new ones. The dark triangle of its rocky east face rises down the moraines of Khumbu Glaciers to a pleasant skyline, forming the south face. Lobuche East is reached by descending a marked notch and climbing steep snowy slopes to the top. On most, occasions, the peak is climbed on the summit ridge only as far as a subsidiary snow summit, south-east of the true peak and before the notch.
Day 01: Drive to Charaudi almost 3 hours, the rafting starting point where you will meet the rafting crew. The leader of the raft will brief you on safety measure. The whole day you will be encountering several big and small rapids. Lunch will be served on the beach of the river just before going through the Upset rapids. Shortly after lunch we will encounter Upset 1 &2 and another rapid known as “surprise”. It is indeed, for the current accelerates and the rapids increase in size and frequency. Overnight at Kuringhat Camp
Day 02: After breakfast, we will continue rafting encountering Mugling rapids and pass the Marshyangdi River, which has flowed down, from Manang valley. And arrive the ending point Gaighat, drive to next destination. Drive back to Kathmandu, Royal Chit wan National Park or Pokhara.