Tashi Lapcha Pass, region of the Rolwaling valley is situated in west of Everest, south of Tibet, east of Dorje Lakpa and Langtang Himal and in the lap of Gauri shankar.
Everest Rollwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass trekking is combine with two valleys Rolwaling and Khumbu. The Tashi Lapcha Pass, a region of Rolwaling valley situates in the west of Everest, south of Tibet, east of Dorje Lakpa and Langtang Himal and in the lap of Gauri Shankar. The latitude goes from Gauri Shankar considers the standard time of Nepal. It was even banned for a few years due to high risk of exploding Tsho-Rolpa lake caused by glacier melting. This has made a suitable impression of separation and High Mountains. The small resolution of villages, which accessed a steep path of dizzying suspension bridge and gorges are characteristic of this valley resident by Sherpas and Tamangs.
Tashi Lapcha pass is mainly most adventurous because of common ice fall on its west part. While the route through the icefall is technically difficult due to movement of an immaculate glacier. For the glacier and the pass, it requires a skill of the mountain guide towards the journey. Tashi Lapcha is a border of Rolwaling and Everest region which offer a good combination of religious and cultural diversities, flora and fauna, a heart of the mountain and panoramic view of greater Himalayas such as Pachharma peak, Ramdung Peak, and range of Everest in the east and Dorje Lakpa and range of Langtang in west.