Lhakpa Ri Expedition
Lhakpa Ri Expedition (7045m) (around 23 Nights / 24 Days)
Lhakpa Ri sometimes written as Lakpa Ri, meaning Stormy mountain is located opposite the North Face of Mt Everest. Lhakpa Ri towering over Tibet mountain range at an elevation of 7,045 meters, divides the upper East Rongbuk glacier and upper Kharta glacier. It lies in proximity to mighty Mt Everest boasting mesmerizing sights of Nyonno Ri range in eastern Tibet, the north faces of Chomolonzo, Makalu and Pethangtse, Shartse, Kangshung (east) face of Everest, east face of Lhotse, the north east ridge of Everest, the North Col, Changtse, Cho Oyu and Shishapangma as stunning backdrops. Many mountaineers consider Lhakpa Ri as one of the world’s easiest 7000m peaks to climb. It was first climb by George Mallory who was on his way to the Everest Scouting in 1921; and he had seen its North Col.