After some hectic days, you eventually decided to cool off by engaging hike to island peak, and you need all information you can get on engaging island peak-do not worry, for we are here to take you through the exercise with the necessary tips, but firstly, let’s do some introduction.
Island peak is located in the vicinity of Mount Everest in Nepal. It can be seen to be an extension of the Mount Lhotse (fourth highest mountain in the world) and Mount Everest. Island peak is 6.189m or 20.305ft above the sea level.
Getting to island peak require a 19-day hike from the Lukla airport in the Everest region, and you won’t get to sight island peak until day 6 or 7 of your trekking, at Dingbouche .
To climb island peak is not difficult as it seems even for beginner with the few tips we will be dishing out to you as our token to make your climbing worthwhile.