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Lumba Sumba Pass Trek

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Lumba Sumba Pass Trek

Lumba Sumba Trek is one of the new trekking routes identified and explored by Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN) in 2012.

Lumba Sumba Peak (5200m) is one  the major attraction of this route. Offering some of the most spectacular  view  of Himalayan landscapes, this trekking route is home to different ethnic groups like the Limbus, Sherpas, Rai, Gurung, Magars, Newars and Tamangs.

The trek runs through Makalu Barun  National Paru  Kanchenjunga Conservation Area (KCA) in the eastern Himalaya. Trekkers can  observe and explore the traditional farming practices and see different birds and wildlife species, including the endangered snow leopard and red panda, from the route.

There are a number of high mountain lakes in Olangchung Gola. Through this route, we explore two of Nepal’s best preserved protected areas – the Kanchanjunga Conservation Area and the Makalu Barun National Park. Apart from natural beauty, trekkers can also explore cultural heritage like monasteries, temples and prayer flags. The festivals of all of those people living the area also add more knowledge in our trek.

Lumba Sumba Pass Trek 

  • Total program days: 19 without a porter.
  • Total Trekking days: 18 with porter guide.
  • Trek Grade:Medium to Hard.
  • Maximun Group Size: Minimum two people
  • Altitude: Pass Camp (4747m) 
  • Best Trekking time: September to November. Mid-March to May.
  • Permits: Special trek permit, MBNP permit.
  • Transportation: Reserve jeep/ Regular jeep/ Plane
  • Activity: Trekking/ sightseeing/volunteering.
  • Total trekking hours per day:4-6 hours.
  • Accommodation: Local tea houses/ Home stays. Camping . 
  • Equipment rental: You are requested to bring all your  necessary clothing and gear from home, however in Kathmandu there are many shops to buy and rent trek related equipment.
  • Trekking Backpack: Your baggage on the trek will be carried by our local employed  porter guides. The maximum weight per trekkers is 15kg. If you have any items which are not required on trek can be stored in our office  Khandbari.
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Day 1Flight from Kathm,andu to Tumlingrat

Flight (30 minutes) from Kathmandu to Tumlingtar airport. Receive and welcome by MAST staff at the airport. Catch a jeep, drive for about 15 minutes and get Khandbari hotel room and have a rest. Explore Khandbari bazaar, Child Welfare Home Khandbari etc. Meet your porter guide and be introduced with him. Overnight stay at the hotel/ home stay in Khandbari.

Day 2Drive from Khandbari to Num (1500 m)

After breakfast round 8 am catch a reserved jeep to Num. Jeep leaves Khandbari passes Manebhangyang, ArunTthan Bhotebas, Chhyankuti to Chichila. At Chichila stop the jeep and order for junch at any one of the etea houses there. Then enjoy observing the natural beauty, the Himalayan range toward the north. After having a rest for some time , your travelling starts. The road pass Hururu , Mude and finally get Num at around 2 pm ( 4- 5 hours travelling)

Day 3Trek from Num To Simma Gaun

After having breakfast at about 8 am at the hotel, trek down to the Arun Dobhan. Enjoy observing Arun third Hydro Power constructionPorject. Then cross the bridge on the river and trek up to Gadidanda. Have some rest at Gadi Danda and then follow the path through thr Hedangna village and finally get at Simma Gaun. This is your todays trek destination. Find one the best tea houses for overnight stay there.

Day 4Trek From Simma To Gola (1128m)

Have your breakfast at around 8 am at the tea house , start your today’ trek. Follow the path towards Pathivara Danda. Cross the Danda and trek through Ekuwa, Lame Bagar and get at Gola your todays’ trek destination. Fine one of the best tea house for your over night stay the tea house.

Day 5Trek from Gola to Hatiya (1595m)

Have your breakfast at around 8 am at the tea house, commence your trek. Follow the foot trial to Barun river. You can refresh by having a bath in the sacred river with cold water if y you like. Enjoy the natural beauty lower Barun Valley. Then cross over the Suspension bridge. Then follow the path along the Arun river and get Hatiya in the evening. Find one the best tea houses for overnight stay there.

Day 6 Trek from Hatiya to Chhyamtang (2229m)

Hatiya to Chhyamtang (2229m) 4- 5 hours trekking.

Day 7 Trek from Chhyamtang to Kharka (2877m)

Chhyamtang to Kharka (2877m) 4- 5 hours trekking.

Day 8 Trek from Kharka to Thudam (3500m)

Kharka to Thudam (3500m) 4- 5 hours trekking.

Day 9 Trek from Thudam to Chaurikharka (4594m)

Thudam Chaurikharka (4594m) 4- 5 hours trekking.

Day 10Trek from Chaurikharka to Pass Camp (4747m)

Day 10: Chaurikharka to Pass Camp (4747m) 4- 5 hours trekking.

Day 11Trek from Pass Camp Upper Lanmale (3893m)

Pass Camp Upper Lanfmale (3893m) 4- 5 hours trekking.

Day 12Trek from Upper Langmale to Olanchung Gola (93208m)

Upper Langmale to Olanchung Gola 93208m) 4- 5 hours trekking.

Day 13 Trek from Olanchung Gola to Selep Kharka (2525m)

Olanchung Gola to Selep Kharka (2525m) 4- 5 hours trekkin

Day 15Trek from Ela Danda to Lelep (1687m) 4

Ela Danda to Lelep (1687m) 4- 5 hours trekking.

Day 16Trek from Lelep to Chiruwa (1246m)

Ela Danda to Chiruwa (1246m) 4- 5 hours trekking

Day 17Chiruwa to Mitlung (909m) 4- 5 hours trekking.

Chiruwa to Mitlung (909m)

Day 18Mitlung To Fungling (1777)

Mitlung To Fungling (1777) 4- 5 hours trekking

Day 19 Fungling to Kathmandu

Flight from Fungling to Kathmandu .

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