Three Passes Trek

Hi, I am planning to do the Three Passes Trek. Timewise I would like to get started mid of March 2019 (10/11th), and I have to fly back to Germany at April, 5th latest.
I am a laid back person, love to laugh, hike, and travel. I am not in a hurry to complete the trek in a world record time. So far, I have done some hikes in Ladakh, near Melbourne and Sydney, in several national parks in the US (just reurned from the Rocky Mountains).
I would be interested in likeminded travelers, who enjoy the scenery, but like to talk once in a while, maybe play some cards, read….

possible route
01/02 Kathmandu
03 Kathmandu Lukla
04 Phakding – Namche Bazaar
05 Namche Bazaar; Khumjung (3.780m). Namche Bazaar.
06 Namche Bazaar – Laudo Gompa – Thamo – Thame (3.820m)
07 Thame – Marlung (4.135m)
08 Marlung – Lundgen (4.500m)
09 Lundgen – Renjo La (5.340m) – Gokyo (4.750m)
10 Gokyo – Gokyo Seen – Gokyo
11 Gokyo – Gokyo Ri (5.367m) – Dragnak (4.700m)
12 Dragnak – Cho La (5.330m) – Dzongla (4.830m)
13 Dzongla – Lobuche – Gorak Shep (5.140m)
Option: Kalar Pattar (5.545m)
14 Gorak Shep – Everest Basecamp (5.365m) – Gorak Shep
15 Gorak Shep – Dingboche (4.350m)
16 Dingboche – Tengboche (3.860m)
17 Tengboche – Namche Bazaar (3.450m)
18 Namche Bazaar – back-up day
19 Namche Bazaar – Lukla (2.800m) Lodge + VP
20 Lukla Kathmandu
21 Kathmandu
22 Kathmandu
23 flight back home

I got that route from a German Agency. For 2 people they would charge ~ 1650€, for up to 6 people 1615€; everything, flight Lukla, accomodation & food is included.

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  1. Hi,
    I am too planning for 3 passes trek starting from 20th Sep. i planed to do solo trip but it will be good to have travel companions for this long trip.
    Let me know your interest to plan accordingly.