Everest and Gokyo: Cho La – the Renjo Pass

Cho La & Renjo Pass

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Everest – Gokyo – Cho La – Renjo Pass map at 1:60,000 from the Himalayan MapHouse, prominently highlighting the Three Passes Trek from Lukla and Namche along a section of the Everest Trek via Tengboche and Dingboche to the Thokla Pass, then westwards to the Cho (Chhugyuma) La Pass, Gokyo Lake and the Rejno La Pass, and southwards back to Namche via Thame.

Also highlighted are several other treks, including the continuation of the Everest Trek to the Everest Base Camp, routes along the Dudh Koshi Valley to Gokyo Lakes and on to the Cho Oyu Base Camp, treks to the Island Peak (Imja Tse) and Amphu Labsta, etc. Contour lines are 40m intervals. Latitude and longitude are shown by margin ticks at 2’30” intervals.

The map has no index but includes plans of Lukla and Namche showing accommodation and other facilities, plus route profiles for the Lukla to Everest BC trek and the Lukla to Gokyo Circuit.

PLAESE NOTE: the same map, also specially highlighting the Three Passes Trek is also published under ref. NE517 at 1:50,000 with an index of villages, peaks, etc.

Titles in this Nepa Maps series have cartography is based on the country’s topographic survey, with contours usually at 40m or 50m intervals, enhanced by relief shading, colouring and graphics to show various features of the terrain, including glaciers, forested or cultivated areas, etc. Numerous peaks, with additional spot heights, plus names of glaciers and mountain ranges are prominently shown. The network of rivers, streams and lakes is shown in great detail, with many smaller rivers and lakes named. Overprint highlights main trekking routes and numerous local trails, with symbols indicating various places of interest and tourist facilities. Most maps are indexed and include additional information such as route profiles, glossaries, etc.

All the information is in English and heights are given in metres.


Weight 100.00 g



Nepa Publications

Publish Date

11 August 2010

Page size

123mm x 240mm


Folded Map

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