13Days Sikkim Goechala Pass Trek


13 Days Sikkim Goechala Pass Trek

Sikkim Goechala Pass trek to Kanchenjunga Base Camp

Sikkim Goechala Pass Trek is a popular high altitude trek in Sikkim Himalayas. Highlight of this  Trek is the Goechala Pass(4990m) at the foot of the 3rd.Highest mountain in the world, Mt.KanchenjungaSikkim Goechala Pass Trek is moderate to strenous in nature and involves eight days of trekking.  Trek Route traverses through thick virgin forest of the Kanchenjunga National Park until Phedang(3560m). Dzongri at an altitude of 3950m is bereft of any tall vegetation. Stunted cryptomeria bushes cover the alpine hill sides. Sikkim Goechala Pass Trek takes you deep into the bosom of the Kanchenjunga Range.

Witness the picture perfect view of the 3rd.Highest Mountain in the world, Mt.Kanchenjunga & it’s sister peaks from the View point at Dzongri. Trek to Dzongrilla Pass on the rest day. Camp beside the river Prekchu at Thansing and Lamunee with Mt.Pandim(6691m) looking down upon you. Trek through the holy Samiti Lake(4210m) and trudge along the Onglathang Glacier to Goechala Pass.

Moderate to strenous camping trek from Yuksom(1760m) to Goechala Pass(4990m) deep into the Kanchenjunga Range. All camping equipments & food will be provided. Participants carry their day pack only with their personal items in them & walk at their own pace. Main baggage will be carried by ponies/porters.


  • Trek Grade : Strenous to Moderate.
  • Minimum No. of Participants : 2 Pax.
  • Highest Point: 4990m(Goechla Pass).
  • Highest Camp Site : Lamunee(4164m).
  • Total No. of Days : 13 Days.
  • No. of Days on the Trek: 8 Days.
  • Style of Trek : Camping(Tents).
  • Starting Point : Bagdogra Airport/NJP Rail Station/Nepal Border.
  • Ending Point : Bagdogra Airport/NJP Rail Station/Nepal Border.
  • Best Season : March to June & September to December.
  • Tour Avaliblity: Join a group trek(dates shown below)/Private treks available on request.
  • Customized private Treks can also be arranged for a minimum of two persons on request on a date of your choice.
Group Departure Dates for Goechala Pass Trek in Sikkim-2018
17-29 March,201812-24 May,2018                27 Oct-08 Nov,2018
31 March-12 April,2018          22 Sept-04 Oct,2018        10-22 Nov,2018
14 April-26 April,2018         29 Sept-11 Oct,201817 Nov-29 Nov,2018
28 April-10 May,2018          13-25 Oct,2018 


Group Departure Dates for  Goechala Pass Trek in Sikkim-2019
16-28 March,2019              11-23 May,201926 Oct-07 Nov,2019
30 March-11 April,201921 Sept-03 Oct,201909-21 Nov,2019
13 April-25 April,201928 Sept-10 Oct,201916 Nov-28 Nov,2019
27 April-09 May,201912-24 Oct,2019 



Day 1 : Arrive at Bagdogra Airport/NJP Rail Station/Nepal Border. Drive to Gangtok(1622m)-5 Hours Drive. Hotel.
Day 2 : Gangtok Sight Seeing. Hotel.
Day 3 : Drive to Yuksom(1760m).Trek Road Head–5 Hours Drive. Hotel.
Day 4 : Trek Starts. Trek Yuksom to Bakhim (2828m)-11Km. Camping.
Day 5 : Trek Bakhim to Dzongri(3950m)-11.2 Km. Camping.
Day 6 : Rest Day at Dzongri.Trek to Dzongri Top(4030m) for Sunrise/Sunset.Side Trek to Dzongrila Pass(4100m). Camping.
Day 7 : Trek Dzongri to Thansing(3840m)-7 Km. Camping.
Day 8 : Trek Thansing to Lamunee(4164m)–3.8 Km. Camping.
Day 9 : Trek to Goechala Pass(4990m).Return Trek to Kookrochoong(3725m)-24Km. Camping.
Day 10: Trek Kookrochoong to Tchoka(2975m)-9.55Km. Camping.
Day 11: Trek Tchoka to Yuksom(1760m)-12Km. Lodge.
Day 12: Drive to Kalimpong(1200m)-4-5 Hours Drive. Hotel.
Day 13: Drive to Bagdogra Airport/NJP Rail Station/Nepal for Final Departure. End of the Trek-3 Hours Drive.
Extension can be made to Darjeeling/Bhutan & Nepal.


2-3 paxUS$ 1030/pax
4-6 paxUS$  970/pax
7-10paxUS$  905/pax

Domestic travellers kindly enquire within for price quote in IRupees.


  • Hotel accommodation – twin share including breakfasts.
  • Twin share tent with mattress during camping/trekking.
  • Fully organized trek services with guide, porters, camping equipment.
  • All fixed three meals everyday during trekking/Camping.
  • All road transport as per itinerary by car/jeep.
  • Service of an English speaking guide.
  • Entrance fees to monuments visited.
  • All Permits for Darjeeling and Sikkim.


  • Sleeping bag; personal clothing/equipment.
  • Lunches and dinners during hotel stays.
  • Bottled or alcoholic drinks.
  • Tips, client insurance, evacuation costs.
  • Any expenses of personal nature.

Note: The above itinerary is a sample,intended to give you a general idea of the likely trip schedule. Numerous factors such as weather,road conditions,the physical ability of the participants,etc.,may dictate itinerary changes either before departure or while on the trail.We reserve the right to change this schedule in the interest of the trip participant’s safety,comfort and general well being.

Recommendations: The trek is strenuous and demands good physical form. A physical fitness check-up is recomended.

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  • 4

    Paul Rutman
    Fri, Apr 27, 2012 at 9:16 PM To: FabianTamang
    Dear Fabian,

    I wanted to drop you a line, now we’re back home, to thank you for organising such a wonderful trek for my family. Nandoo was a great guide, we were well fed and cared for throughout our adventure. We had the time of our lives.

    I’ve attached a few photos I promised Nandoo I would send over. I hope you are all well and enjoying a busy season in the mountains!

    Thanks and warm wishes.

    Paul and Natasha, Nina and Louis

  • 5

    Dear Fabian,

    Namaste !
    All of us have returned home safely. Now we are back to our normal busy working life.
    Fabian, we are very thankful to you. Our great pleasure to meet wonderful and kind persons like you, and also the supportive trekking crew(Nandu, kitchen staff) etc, and many others we met while you brought us along the way.
    All of us have expressed that it was a very enjoyable and pleasant stay in Sikkim. Though the weather was a bit rough on us at the beginning of the trek, but it actually kind of created another different fascinating trail on our way down. To me, this was my firt-time interesting experience with the level of coldness camping and snow-trekking in the wilderness. I had gained new grounds and learnt so much more in this trip. Nandu was super, he was always sure and steady about everything that left us felt we were with good hands. He practices alot of good positive values and passionate and delicated in his undertakings. Hardworking Ruben also had become most of our favourite, he was always there ready to give us support. Caren(your cute cousin) was a nice and fun person, a delicated photography man , but he carried poor attributes of an anchor man. Please don’t ever put him to be the last one in any trails. Karma was good and responsible, either in the front or as an anchor man, but he needs more encouragement for being more daring with opportunities to practice and improve his communication skills.
    We had lots of wonderful and unforgetable time, and we are very grateful to have you there to take so good care of us. These memories of us being together and the experience we had gone through will stay with us forever.
    After we have arranged and compiled our photos, I’ll arrange to send you some of our wonderful moments.
    We will miss you and the rest of the people(including your cute little doggie). We have friends who will be coming to Sikkim someday very soon, while till then, please take good care of yourself, and may you be blessed with all things good in life – good health, peace, joy and success.

    Thank you so much for everything!
    My Best Regards

    Mei Foong
    mfoong Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at 12:24 PM

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