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'''Cho La''' is a pass in [[Khumbu]] with an elevation of 5370 m.
 
'''Cho La''' is a pass in [[Khumbu]] with an elevation of 5370 m.
 
However, the pass can be tough and may require crampons on the little glacier on top. It is advisable to obtain advanced information regarding the conditions before proceeding from [[Dzongla]] or Thangnak.
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 00:26, 11 December 2009

Cho La Pass

Cho La is a pass in Khumbu with an elevation of 5370 m.

Get in[edit]

  • From the east: after Pheriche, the trail turns off the main Everest route near Dughla (4620m) and passes through the village of Dzongla.
  • From the west: in the Gokyo valley, the trail turns off the Machherma-Gokyo route near the First Lake (4710m) and passes through the village of Thangnak (Dragnag).

Get around[edit]

The pass can be tough and may require crampons on the little glacier on top. It is advisable to obtain advanced information regarding the conditions before proceeding from Dzongla or Thangnak.

See[edit][add listing]

Good views of Lobuche Peak.

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