|location||Tibet ( China )|
|Mountains||Mahalangur Himal ( Himalaya )|
|Dominance||2.87 km → Khartaphu|
|Notch height||279 m ↓ Lhakpa La (6766 m)|
|First ascent||1921 by George Mallory|
The Lhakpa Ri is considered to be one of the highest trekking peaks . The Eastern Rongpu Glacier flows on its western flank, the Kharta Glacier is in the northeast and the Kangshung Glacier stretches in the southeast . The Lhakpa La ( ) separates the Lhakpa Ri from the northern Khartaphu . The Rapiu La ( ) separates it from the northeast shoulder of Mount Everest . In the east the lower Khartse rises at .
Today several providers offer trekking tours on the Lhakpa Ri.