Climbed for the first time in 1955, Parchamo Peak is an attractive snow peak to the south of Tashi Lapcha. It has a north-west ridge, rising from a glacier in Tashi Lapcha. The ridge’s face forms a similar slope to the west, over the Drolumbau Glaciers, overlain by crevasses and seracs rising from rocky bottom buttresses. Rolwaling Valley is the main access to this peak, although the route was largely closed in the 1980s due to the potential danger for porters of crossing Tashi-Lapcha pass. Another alternative route is from Khumbu to Namche Bazaar and Thame.
The Rolwaling Tashi-Lapcha Pass Trek is a fascinating journey that captures the beauty of both the Rolwaling Valley and the Khumbu region. This exciting and inspiring trek takes you far and wide and allows you to admire the breathtaking views of the Himalayas, with the difficulty of crossing the high-mountain pass of Tashi Lapcha (5755m). The Rolwaling valley and Tashi-Lapcha Pass Trek are a wonderful mix of quiet and bizarre trails in this remote area, including the bustling trails of the Khumbu region. Tashi-Lapcha Pass trek includes a steep climbing, lots of patience and rock climbing, so it is an exciting and adventurous activity in the Himalayas.
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