Island Peak (6160m) – otherwise called ImjaTse in Nepali – offers a magnificent display of the Khumbu region from its summit. It faces Nuptse and the 8000m peaks Lhotse, Lhotse Middle and Lhotse Shar. On the summit, climbers can recognize the Cho Polu (6.734mt.) transcending the solidified rushes of the Lhotse Shar ice sheet. Besides, if the climate conditions allow, Mt.Makalu (8,475m) is obvious toward the East.
The peak was first rose in 1953 by a British group as readiness for climbing Everest. Tenzing Norgay was one of the individuals who effectively climbed it. Notwithstanding the real ascension, the trek engaged with this outing gives you “the fantastic visit” of the well known Khumbu valley.