Tilicho Lake Thorong la Pass Trek

USD 1,255
  • Activities
    Tilicho Lake Thorong la Pass Trek
  • Max Elevation
    5416 m
  • Trip Duration
    17 Days
  • Trip Grade
    Moderate
  • Lodging
    Eco Lodges
  • Meals
    Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Transportation
    Private Vehicle
  • Communication
    Yes
  • Group Size
    Minimun 2
  • Best Season
    Spring and Autumn
  • Per Day Walk
    Approx 5 - 6 Hours

Many trekkers have talked about their unforgettable experiences around Thorong La Pass. And it is for sure that the Thorong La Pass trek brings awe-inspiring experiences and insights. This trek is one of the most popular treks in Nepal that takes us from the vibrant lifestyles of Kathmandu and Pokhara to remote and high-spirited destinations like Tilicho Lake and Thorong La Pass.

No wonder this trek offers valuable insights into Nepal’s natural richness, cultural identity, religious values, and history. The value of the Thorong La Pass trek aligns perfectly with the stunning views of Annapurna Ranges, Dhaulagiri, Pisang Himal, Kangsar Peak, Chulu Himal, and many others. Similarly, the Gurung, Sherpa, and Thakali settlements in the Himalayas will surely blow the trekkers’ minds as they come with a pleasing social structure, hospitality, and cuisine. Here are some things you should consider before embarking on this trek – Learn more about Thorong La Pass Trek below!

Highlights of The Trek

  • Reach Thorong La Pass at 5416 meters above sea level.
  • Reach Tilicho Lake, the world’s highest-altitude lake, is 4949 meters above sea level.
  • Explore Muktinath and its religious significance.
  • Explore the Tibetan Monasteries rich in Buddhist Culture.
  • Cultural Immersion.
  • Magnificent views of Annapurna II, III, IV, Gangapurna, Tilicho, Kangsar Peak, Gungang Himal, Chulu Peak, and Pisang Peak.
  • Refreshments at Tatopani, a natural hot spring.
  • Sightseeing in Pokhara [visit Phewa Lake, Sarangkot Hill, International Mountain Museum, Shanti Stupa, Davis Falls, Mahendra Cave, and more].
  • Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu Airport, Transfer to Hotel

    Location: Kathmandu

    Kathmandu Altitude: 1445 Meters

    Accommodation: Hotel

    Our trek to Thorong La Pass starts in Kathmandu. So we will first reach Kathmandu on the first day via flight. Our trekking staff will wait to pick us up from Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. From there, we will head toward our respective hotels and stay overnight.

  • Day 02: Meeting with Crew (Guide and Team)

    The second day of the Thorong La Pass Trek is a meet-and-greet event. We will head towards the office of Nepal Guide Treks and meet our crew members and teams that support us throughout the trek. In addition, we will get enough time to learn about our guides and porters. Similarly, the trekking guidelines and instructions will be insightful knowledge before starting.

    Besides, we can also explore Kathmandu city and its beauty. Several destinations around Kathmandu Valley attracts thousands of tourist every year. For religious purposes, we can visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, Boudhanath, and others. Similarly, for historical insights about the valley, we can visit Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Narayanhiti Palace, and more.

  • Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu- Chame (10 hours)

    Location: Chame

    Chame Altitude: 2670 Meters

    Accommodation: Tea House

    The third day brings one of the longest journeys by road in our trekking package. We will set off for Chame from Kathmandu Bus Stop. As we proceed to our destination center, we will leave the hustling and bustling lifestyle of Kathmandu city and enter the naturally gifted Dhading District. The green hills and the Trishuli River will keep up the spirit of successfully commencing the Thorong La Pass Trek.

    From Dumre, we part ways to reach Lamjung and Besi Sahar, the district headquarters of Lamjung District. We will stop there for lunch and a short rest before continuing our journey to Simalchaur and Bhulbhule. From there, we will drive alongside the banks of the Marsyangdi River and reach Ngadi in around an hour. Our journey continues through a road to Bahundanda, Ghermu Phant, and finally Syange in the next couple of hours.

    From Syange, we will pass through some major settlements of Chyamje, Dharapani, Bagarchap, and Koto. These villages provide us insights into the Buddhist religion and its significance, as it features several Buddhist monasteries, chortens, mani walls, and prayer flags. From Koto, it only takes around an hour to reach Chame at 2670 Meters above sea level.

  • Day 04: Chame - Pisang (3185m)-5hours walk

    Location: Pisang

    Pisang Altitude: 3200 Meters

    Accommodation: Tea House

    The driving journey is already completed. Now it’s time to embark on a real trek. Today, we will hike from Chame Village to Pisang Village, which should take around 5 hours. We will leave Chame early in the morning and follow the trail alongside the Marsyangdi River and reach Thalekhu. There are several temples and religious builds that provide us with the religious significance of the area. We can see the religious rock wall, the Paungda Danda Rock, in the area too.

    From Thalekhu, the trial continues to Bratang Village at 2850 meters. The trail is rugged and rocky, so it is an ideal idea to prepare with sturdy hiking boots and physical fitness. As we hike uphill from Brathang Village, we have to cross a suspension bridge over the Marsyangdi River, leading towards Dhikur Pokhari.

    From Dhikur Pokhari, we enter the Pisang area. There are two regions in Pisang: Upper Pisang and Lower Pisang. Upper Pisang lies at 3300 meters above sea level, while Lower Pisang is at 3200 meters above sea level. Tonight, we stay at a teahouse at Lower Pisang.

  • Day 05: Pisang - Manang (3540m) 5 hours walk

    Location: Manang

    Manang Altitude: 3540 Meters

    Accommodation: Tea House/Guest House

    Today, we will embark on five hours of hiking from Pisang to reach Manang at 3540 meters above sea level. We still have to follow the path alongside the Marsyangdi River for this journey. First, the trail reaches Ghyaru Village, where there is an ancient Buddhist Monastery. From Ghyaru, we have to hike through the ups and downs of the remote and rugged pathways that lead us to Ngawal. From there, we can have excellent views of the snow-capped peaks like Annapurna II, III, IV, Gangapurna, Tilicho, and Pisang Peak.

    From Ngawal, our trek continues through the Buddhist Settlements around the area rich in Tibetan monasteries, chortens, and mani walls. Finally, after passing through Braka Village, we will make it to Manang, one of the most beautiful settlements in Nepal.

  • Day 06: Acclimatization at Manangz

    Location: Manang

    Manang Altitude: 3540 Meters

    Accommodation: Tea House/Guest House

    Acclimatization is the main source of retaining energy during treks. So it is no wonder that acclimatization is necessary during high-altitude treks. As we have already embarked on our trek above 3500 meters above sea level, we have to be cautious about the potential hazards that come along. Altitude sickness, cold temperatures, and extreme weather can impact badly on our trek. So ascending gradually to a high altitude and descending for an overnight stay is recommended.

    Similarly, trekkers must be strict in their diet, hydration, safety measures, and other essentials during the Thorong La Pass Trek. If you have any symptoms of altitude sickness, it is recommended to hike to a lower altitude. Symptoms of altitude sickness include difficulty in breathing, nausea, dizziness, fatigue, and slight fever.

  • Day 07: Manang to Kangsar (3745 m) 2-3 hours walk

    Location: Kangsar

    Kangsar Altitude: 3745 Meters

    Accommodation: Tea House

    After acclimatization day, we will continue our trek through the banks of the Marsyangdi River. There is no green vegetation around the area, but we assure you that the trail from Manang to Kangsar is still alluring with the magnificent vistas of mountains and the local villages.

    We hike through the sandy and rugged pathways that lead us to Kangsar after a couple of hours. Tonight, we will stay at a tea house in Kangsar and prepare to embark on Tilicho Base Camp.

  • Day 08: Kangsar to Tilicho Base Camp (4140m) 5-6 hours walk

    Location: Tilicho Base Camp

    Tilicho Base Camp Altitude: 4140 Meters

    Accommodation: Tented Camp

    Today, we will approach Tilicho Base Camp, the lap of the Highest Altitude Lake in the World. We set our journey from Kangsar, a Buddhist village, to Base Camp, which takes around 5 to 6 hours of walking.

    As we leave Kangsar Village behind, we will be hiking through the sandy trails that are steep and treacherous. So, safety measures should be applied while hiking through this region. We can have stunning views of Pusen Danda, Syagang, Thorong Peak, Khatungkang, and many other peaks on the way.

    After reaching Tilicho Base Camp, we set up a tent camp to stay overnight.

  • Day 09: Visit Tilicho Lake (4,949m), then trek back to base camp for 5-6 hours

    Location: Tilicho Lake | Base Camp

    Tilicho Lake Altitude: 4949 Meters

    Accommodation: Tented Camp

    This is one of the most beautiful days of the Thorong La Pass Trek. Today, we will visit Tilicho Lake, the highest lake in the world. Located at 4949 meters above sea level, Tilicho Lake offers magnificent views of the surroundings and the tranquility of the freshwater stored in Nepal’s Himalayan region.

    The reflection of the snowcapped peaks that dances in the water of Tilicho Lake gives us a soothing experience to us. Similarly, Hindu and Buddhist devotees consider the freshwater lake holy. Hindu devotees believe that Tilicho Lake is the Kak Bhusundi Lake mentioned in Holy Ramayana. As per the myth, Sage Kak Bhusundi told the happenings of Ramayana to Garuda near this lake.

    After detailed sightseeing and exploration of Tilicho Lake, we will hike back to the Base Camp for an overnight stay.

  • Day 10: Tilicho Base Camp to Yak Kharka (4040m) 4-5 hours walks

    Location: Yak Kharka

    Yak Kharka Altitude: 4040 Meters

    Accommodation: Tea House

    The eleventh day of Thorong La Pass Trek marks the beautiful exploration of Yak Kharka at 4040 meters. Since the altitude is over 4000 meters, trekkers must prepare with their physical fitness, altitude, and safety measures. We will follow the same trail we used to reach Base Camp before. First, we will descend to Kangsar and then reach Manang.

    From Manang, we will hike uphill through the rugged terrains enjoying the magnificent views of Kangsar Peak, Gungang Himal, Chulu Peak, and more. The trail leads us to Gunsang Village, a traditional Buddhist settlement. We will pass through several chortens, mani walls, and monasteries before we reach Yak Kharka at 4040 meters above sea level.

  • Day 11: Yak Kharka – Thorong Phedi/high camp (4500m/4700m) 3 to 4 hours walk

    Location: Thorong Phedi/High Camp

    Thorong Phedi Altitude: 4500 Meters

    High Camp Altitude: 4700 Meters

    Accommodation: Tea House

    Today, we will embark on a journey to the base camp of one of the high-altitude passes of Nepal, Thorong La Pass. To reach Thorong Phedi (4500 meters), we will leave Yak Kharka behind early in the morning and set our hike to Ledar Village. As we leave Ledar Village behind and embark on our trek, we will cross a suspension bridge to reach Thorong Phedi. The total time to reach Thorong Phedi is around 3 to 4 hours of walking. From there, we have to hike for some more time to reach High Camp at 4700 meters above sea level.

    The route is almost sandy and rocky, requiring a high physical fitness level. So, prepare with your physical fitness, eat nutritious food, drink plenty of water, and rest sufficiently to do this more efficiently.

  • Day 12: Thorang Phedi - Muktinath (3800m) via Thorang La Pass (5416m) 7 to 8 hours walk

    Location: Muktinath | Thorong La Pass

    Muktinath Altitude: 3800 Meters

    Thorong La Pass Altitude: 5416 Meters

    Accommodation: Tea House

    Today, we will reach Muktinath, one of the holiest places for Hindu and Buddhist devotees. In the meantime, we will also reach the high altitude pass, Thorong La Pass, at 5416 meters above sea level. We will climb a mountain from Thorong Phedi, which appears physically demanding. As we reach Thorong La Pass, we experience the wide and stretched snow-capped mountain ranges, green valleys, and gorges deep down. The majestic views of peaks like Yakwakang, Dajong Paldip, Purkung Himal, Tawa Himal, Purbung Himal, and others will add spice to our journey.

    From there, we will commence our trek to Ranipauwa before reaching Muktinath. Muktinath is considered one of the must-visit places for both Hindu and Buddhist people. We can participate in religious rituals in the temple. The 108 sprouts of the temple are believed to wash all the sins from our life. Similarly, the eternal flame gives an extra soothing vibe in our journey. Tonight, we will stay at a tea house in Muktinath.

  • Day 13: Drive by jeep from Muktinath –- Tatopani, 6 hour's drive

    Location: Tatopani

    Tatopani Altitude: 1268 Meters

    Accommodation: Tea House

    After we complete our major missions of Thorong La Pass Trek, it’s time to descend to a lower altitude, and the first thing we do is reach Tatopani at 1268 meters from Muktinath. Jeep facilities from Muktinath take you back to Pokhara, but we will stop at Tatopani for refreshments.

    Tatopani is a natural hot spring where most trekkers bathe and refresh after the exhausting journey to the Himalayan region of Mid-Western Nepal. We will drive across several settlements like Jomsom, Marpha, and Ghasa Villages to reach Tatopani. It takes around 6 hours of drive on a jeep from Muktinath to reach Tatopani.

  • Day 14: Tatopani – Pokhara

    Location: Pokhara

    Pokhara Altitude: 820 Meters

    Accommodation: Hotel

    The fourteenth day of the Thorong La Pass Trek marks our return from Tatopani to Pokhara. It takes a few hours to reach Pokhara on a jeep. Our jeep takes us through several villages like Poon Hill, Ghorepani, Ghandruk, Dhampus, and Naudanda before we reach Pokhara.

    Upon reaching Pokhara, we will shift to our respective hotels, where we rest and stay overnight.

  • Day 15: Pokhara sightseeing

    Location: Pokhara

    Pokhara Altitude: 820 Meters

    Accommodation: Hotel

    Today, we will explore Pokhara City and its beautiful destinations. We will start our day with a pleasant breakfast at the hotel and set off for sightseeing activities. First, we will hike to Sarangkot Hill, where we can see the Annapurna Mountain Range. The picture-perfect views of Machhapuchhre, Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, and other peaks are worth watching. Similarly, the traditional settlements around the route are very pleasing to experience.

    After that, we will explore Phewa Lake, where boating is a famous activity. Tal Barahi Temple is located in Phewa Lake, where we can get insights into the Hindu culture and religion. Similarly, we will go sightseeing over several other places like Mahendra Gufa, Davis Falls, International Mountain Museum, Shanti Stupa, and Begnas Lake. After completing the exploration, we will return back to our respective hotels.

  • Day 16: Pokhara – Kathmandu

    Location: Kathmandu

    Kathmandu Altitude: 1445 Meters

    Accommodation: Hotel

    We will return to Kathmandu after successfully completing our Thorong La Pass Trek. We will take a bus from Pokhara Bus Stop and then embark on a beautiful journey through Tanahun and Dhading District before reaching the capital city of Nepal.

    The green fields, lush green forest, and Marsyangdi and Trishuli River views are worth watching. Upon reaching Kathmandu, we will stay at a hotel, rest, and prepare for our return.

  • Day 17: Final Departure

    Today is the last day of the Thorong La Pass Trek. We will drive to Tribhuvan International Airport and catch a plane that will fly us back to our home country.

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What's included?
  • Airport Arrival and departure transfer by private vehicle
  • 3 nights stay in Kathmandu and 1 night stay in Pokhara with BB Plan
  • Sightseeing tour in Kathmandu including private vehicle, tour guide, and entry fees
  • All land transportation by private vehicle as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Fly from Jomsom to Pokhara
  • All meals [B/F, Lunch & Dinner] During Trekking period
  • Tea House Accommodation during Trekking
  • ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area Permit) & TIMS (Trekker’s Information Management System)
  • Highly experienced Trekking guide
  • Required Number of Porters “2:1Ratio”
  • Staffs food, clothing, salary & Insurance.
  • General First aid Kids
  • Welcome and Farewell Dinners in Kathmandu
  • All tax, vats and necessary paperwork
What's not included?
  • Personal Travel Insurance
  • Personal nature expenses
  • Bar bill and all kind of drinks
  • Rescue & Evacuation
  • Gratitude (tip) for staff

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Thorong La Pass Trek Difficulty Level | Can I Do It?

Thorong La Pass Trek is a challenging Trek. However, with around half a percent of the total distance covered via drive, it can be considered a moderately challenging trek for us. As we start our journey with a drive from Kathmandu to Chame on the vehicle, it should not be as physically challenging as expected. Similarly, we will drive to Pokhara on a jeep while returning from Muktinath so that it can be labeled as a moderately challenging trek anyone can embark on.

The Thorong La Pass trek takes us to some of the most strenuous regions prone to altitude sickness and extreme weather conditions. So the physical challenges are prominent in these regions. Locations such as Tilicho Lake, Thorong La Pass, and Thorong Phedi are over 4000 meters above sea level. So trekkers must prepare well with their physicality, mentality, hiking gear, and equipment.

Best Time To Do Thorong La Pass Trek

The choice to embark on Thorong La Pass Trek in different timeframes is all upon the trekker’s choice. There are many records of peak and off-season trekking to this beautiful destination. It all depends on the trekkers’ choice, preference, and interest. But if you look at the trekking trend, Autumn and Spring are considered the best time to go on Thorong La Pass Trek. Here are some reasons why they are the best times:

Autumn (September to November):

Autumn starts in September and ends in November in Nepal. And it brings one of the most favorable weather patterns. The weather features a soothing environment with a mild temperature, clear & blue skies, and average humidity. There are fewer chances of rainfall and snowfall in the region we are setting our journey to.

Similarly, with clear and blue skies, we can experience the best views of the surroundings, including the Himalayas, waterfalls, villages, and forests. On top of that, Autumn brings festive vibes to Nepal. Festivals like Dashain, Tihar, and Chhath fall in this season. So trekkers from foreign countries can find it amusing to participate in these major festivals. Dashain is celebrated for fifteen days, while Tihar is celebrated for five days. So trekkers can have enough time to share cultural insights and learn more about the Nepalese community and culture.

Spring (March to May)

Spring is considered the best time to go for Thorong La Pass Trek, and has some reasons behind it. The temperatures, humidity, and precipitations are some of the aspects that make this season favorable to go for trekking. The average temperature around the region is around 4°C to 17°C, considered best for embarking on the journey.

Similarly, the humidity and rain and wind precipitation are also low. While there is less rainfall in the region, it makes the trail dry, which helps trekkers to navigate easily and efficiently. Similarly, the clear skies with lesser clouds will allow trekkers to view the surroundings clearly.

In the meantime, Spring is the season of colors. The forests of our destination region will bloom and become colorful, giving us the best picturesque views. So if trekkers are photo enthusiasts, what can be a happier moment than this?

Thorong La Pass Trek During Off-Season

An off-season trek to Thorong La Pass is not recommended unless you are a professional trekker and have professional guides in support. It is because the off-season in Nepal features harsh weather and climate conditions. And it can hamper the lives of trekkers in this region.

Monsoon and Winter are the off-season time for Thorong La Pass Trek. The monsoon brings a wide range of rainfall and natural hazards like landslides, floods, soil erosion, and thunderstruck. The trails usually become wet and challenging to navigate as they are sloppy and slippery. So, climbers may find it hard to navigate through the remote trails to Thorong La Pass and other destinations like Tilicho Lake.

Similarly, the winter season brings the hardest time in the Himalayan region. The freezing temperature that goes down to 0 Degrees Celsius will make it hard to survive. Similarly, the possibility of altitude sickness is high in the winter season. Heavy snowfall, sharp winds, and altitude sickness are some of the factors that make the trek more challenging in winter.

Preparation for The Trek

Thorong la Pass Trek is a moderately challenging trek (in our package). So there needs to be enough preparation before embarking on this beautiful journey. There are several preparation insights that you must consider for this trek. Here are some:

Permits

To embark on the Thorong La Pass Trek, trekkers must obtain two permits. They are Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) Permit and TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System) Card.

Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) Permit costs around NRs. 3,000 per person per entry for foreign trekkers. Trekkers from the SAARC Nations must pay the price of NRs. 1000 per person per entry. Similarly, the price tag is only NRs. 100 for Nepalese trekkers. Trekkers under ten don’t have to get this license to go on Thorong La Pass Trek.

Similarly, TIMS cards cost around NRs. 2000 per person. The cost of a TIMS card is only NRs. 1000 for the trekkers from SAARC countries.

Physical Preparations

Thorong La Pass Treks takes trekkers to the high-altitude pass, Thorong La Pass itself, and other destinations like Tilicho Lake, Manang, and Muktinath. The trail is remote and rugged, so trekkers must have sturdy physical attributes and capabilities to embark on this trek. Similarly, the hikes are over 4 hours each day, so trekkers need to have a great level of stamina, endurance, strength, and energy for this. Trekkers are recommended to gain muscle strength by engaging in cardiovascular exercises. Also, they can practice short treks and expose themselves to high altitudes before going on this trek. By doing this, the physical demands of the trek and the possibility of altitude sickness get minimized.

Guides and Porters

Guides and porters are complementary to Thorong La Pass Trek. Without them, the trek will be more strenuous and challenging. On top of that, Nepal Government and Nepal Tourism Board have made it compulsory to hire a professional guide for the sake of the trekker’s safety. So to gain the required permits for this trek, you need the help of guides.

Guides help in navigation. They have extensive knowledge of the region and can take you to a place from where you can experience better views. Similarly, they can help you with cultural immersion by providing insightful knowledge about the local people, lifestyle, culture, tradition, and history.

Similarly, porters make your trek easy by carrying the loads for you. Your gear and equipment are mostly carried by porters, allowing you spare time to enjoy the trek. They can also help in the region’s communication, navigation, and cultural exchange. Moreover, they can also help you seek medical attention and help you in emergencies.

Essential Gears For The Trek

  • Trekking Boots
  • Backpack
  • Moisture-wicking Base Layers
  • Waterproof and Windproof Jacket
  • Trekking Pants
  • Thermal Underwear
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Hats, socks, and gloves
  • Sunglasses and Sunscreen
  • First Aid Kit
  • Hydration System
  • Trekking Map and Guidebook
How long is Thorong la Pass Trek?

We have 17 days itinerary package for Thorong La Pass at Nepal Guide Treks. But the duration of the trek is highly influenced by the itinerary, trekkers’ interest, the time of the year, and weather conditions.

Why is it considered a moderately challenging trek in Nepal Guide Treks?
Are there tea houses or lodges along the trekking route?
Is altitude sickness a concern on this trek?
Can I hire a guide and porter for the trek?
Is Travel and Health Insurance Needed For This Trek?
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