Everest Region Trekking

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‘walk beneath in the shade of world’s number one gigantic Mt. Everest’

Everest region trekking leads you beneath gigantic Mt. Everest rise high above 8,848 m and 29,028 ft which makes Mt. Everest the highest peak in this planet, truly a great destination to be and to experience an adventure once in your life-time.

Everest  region trekking with great variations to choose in our wide range of list from short moderate walks of a week to adventurous treks of more than two weeks or more where all places around Everest region within high scenic Khumbu valley, offers you with breath-taking panorama of mountains.

Mt. Everest with various names in Nepal known as Sagarmatha, while in Tibet and as well Sherpa calls Chomolungma in both languages spells Great Mother, truly a prestigious name for the majestic Mt. Everest and dreams of millions travelers just to have a glance and to be close.

Everest region trekking delights you with daily views of its unique landscapes from high green hills covered with cool alpine woodland of tall rhododendron, hemlock, oaks, magnolia, pines, juniper, birch and fir trees.

Adventure takes you beyond green hills and valley to enter into windswept country of remorseless fields of moraine-ice and glaciers at Everest base camp in between massive Khumbu Ice-Falls and peaks of Lhotse, Nuptse, Lo-La and Pumori.

Various ways to reach at Everest Base Camp, the most popular and shortest route is by taking a short flight from the capital Kathmandu to reach at the gateway town of Everest and high Khumbu in Lukla.

Lukla airport

From Lukla walk leads you to follow raging Dudh-Kosi River upstream right up to its source within high Everest region with Khumbu and Ngozumba glaciers that feeds the rivers of Nepal and ends at Gangetic plains in lower areas of the country and in India way down south.

Travelers with short frame of time can join in for a week treks up to scenic Thyangboche and its impressive monastery, a beautiful spot surrounded by green woodland and high peaks with views of Mt. Everest and magnificent Amadablam with range of peaks.

The other route to Everest Base Camp following the old original classic trails with drive from Kathmandu to reach lovely Jiri town, also famously known as Switzerland of Nepal which you can witness why covered by green tiers of hills, valley and snow peaks.

Where walk leads you to number of high passes to reach at Solu areas and then on high Khumbu valley to reach at Everest base camp, and then fly back taking flight from Lukla to Kathmandu.

Other routes taking from eastern side of Everest from Arun valley to reach high Khumbu area and at base camp, the most adventurous trail from beautiful Rolwaling valley crossing high Tashi Labtsa-La pass above 5,700 m high to reach into Khumbu and towards Everest Base Camp.

The most interesting of Everest region trekking where you will be walking in the harmony of local traditional culture of great interest allows you to explore Sherpa villages in tact with old heritage and custom similar to Tibetans across the near border.

Everest Region also located on old Trans Himalayan Salt Trade and Caravan Trail of Nepal and Tibet which lies further North West from famous and popular Namche Bazaar towards high Nangpa-La pass close to Renjo-la on route scenic Gokyo valley or Thame village.

Everest Region Trekking the northern side known as Khumbu where its southern area called Solu, in both places populated by highlanders of Everest the Sherpa people interwoven with Buddhism religion, which you can observe its nice, lovely villages along the walks.

Everest Region Trekking around high Khumbu valley leads you into Sagarmatha National Park, listed in World Heritage Sites since 1979 covers wide areas included varieties of plant species with exotic wild animals and bird life.

Since the conquest of Mt. Everest in May 29th 1953 by late legendry mountaineers Tenzing and Hillary, from then onward it was known to outside world that southern side of Everest within Nepal, one of the most scenic and captivating areas for all types of adventure within Everest Region.

Everest Region Trekking located North Mid-East of Nepal Himalaya where world’s highest peaks situated besides Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse and Mt. Cho-Oyu with Makalu the fifth highest further east from Everest and Khumbu area.

Various destinations with an Adventure around Everest Region Trekking:

In the first place is trekking to Everest base camp of 11 to 12 days trekking with both ways flights to and from Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu.



Gokyo Valley Trekking another beautiful spot around Everest region worth a visit with pleasant and scenic time around its glacial lakes with tremendous panorama of Cho-Oyu, Everest, Lhotse and Makalu at one single glance for high Gokyo-Ri.

Gokyo Valley Trekking can be done in various ways as per your time and duration shorter of 11 days to more and crossing over high Cho-La (Tsho) to reach at Everest base camp and then walk back to Lukla.

Most shorter and scenic trek to beautiful Thyangboche Monastery of less or a week duration provides you with amazing views of Everest and other high peaks in the shade of local Sherpa cultural villages.

Crossing three high Passes of Everest is another adventure for expert and interest trekkers where walk leads you from one scenic place to another traversing three high passes of-La, Cho-La and Renjo-La with visit to Everest Base Camp and climb on top Kalapathar at 5,545 m hKongmaigh with incredible panorama of mountains with Everest at close distance.


gokyo lake

The best time to visit for Everest Region trekking, March to May during these time where hills and valley will be alive with wild-flowers in full bloom with riots of different colors, specially rhododendron (national flower of Nepal) from tree to bush species with varied colors includes hundreds of different flowering plants.

Days are pleasant with cool morning and night time with clear views of mountains most of the days on walks, as per altitude wise afternoon can get cloudy sometimes with rains and snows,

Other good and best times around autumn and early winter seasons from September to early December, for clear views of mountains and pleasant walks, where days are shorter with sun-light, can be cold morning and night time encountering hails and snow as per your chosen itinerary and altitude wise.

It also depends upon the areas of trekking where walks involves high passes can be covered in deep snow like Everest Three High Passes, or crossing Cho-la pass from Gokyo to Everest base camp, where trekkers will be informed regarding the best time as weather wise for much higher altitude adventure around Everest Region Trekking.



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