Lobuche, pronounced as Lobuje in the local dialect is an extension of the Khumbu glacier in the Everest region consisting of Lobuche East and Lobuche Far East, the former being 26 meters higher, a deep ridge separating them. It was first successfully ascended by Laurence Nielson and Ang Gyalzen. Lobuche is highly constricting and physically demanding than Island peak, but more than adequately rewarding consisting of all the highs and lows of an exciting expedition. It is taken as one of the most difficult expeditions when it comes to commercial climbing, however it is often entertained as practice climb for the notorious Mt. Everest itself. The summit itself serves as a fantastic panoramic lookout for the neighboring summits of the Everest, Pumori and Ama Dablam. Like most of the Everest expeditions, Lobuche expedition is also connected via the Lukla airport pass the Khumbu region entertained by the welcoming gestures of the lovely Sherpa people. Acclimatization could be done by reaching Gorak Shep or a hike to Kalapatthar which would further elongate for a day or two in the Lobuche village via the South bear and the South ridge at the Lobuche Base Camp. Further the summit provides a panoramic view of the whole Everest region.
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