Everest Trekking

Trekking to the Everest region is more than adventure; it’s an attempt to triumph over the self, a pilgrimage to the Sherpa stronghold and domination of Buddhism. Everest Trekking takes the adventurers over to the extravagance of natural beauty, provides challenge to endurance of the trekkers and exploration of cultural and biodiversity along with cultural and traditional heritages and legacies. Second most popular trekking region, only behind the Annapurna region, Everest region trekking has beautiful and traditional markets, challenging passes, natural sanctuary, rugged terrain and lush valleys where most trekkers follow the trail from Lukla to Namche Bazaar and part away for other routes past Namche Bazaar. Few trekkers take the route from the beautiful hill town of Jiri, another unique and richly diverse (both naturally and culturally) trail in the region.

One of the most popular hubs in the entire Everest Trekking is the Namche Bazaar (3440m), famous for Sherpa traditions and one of the most suitable places for acclimatization in almost all the trekking routes in the region. Everyone wants to be safe from the AMS. Trekkers and climbers usually spend at least a couple of days in the unofficial Sherpa capital, Namche. Winter makes the trekking window in the region relatively shorter, especially in Khumbu. Fragile environment, varied species and forests, conservation hub of Sagarmatha National Park, lofty and marvelous Himalayas including the Ama Dablam, ancient monasteries, alpine lakes and glaciers and hospitable locals are the highlights of Everest Trekking.

Everest Base Camp Trek always attracts the trekkers from all around the world partly due to the glamour and attraction by the name of the tallest peak in the world, the Everest. This route trails along the Dudh Koshi River (Milk River) through the dense and lush forests into the conserved area of Sagarmatha National Park at Jorsale before ascending up to Namche. We explore the nearby settlement of Khumjung and Khunde before we move further up the trail through the wildlife-rich pine forest and views of the gorgeous Ama Dablam (6828m) to the settlements of Tengboche (with large monasatery and famed Mani Rimdu festival), Pangboche (has oldest Gompa in Khumbu region) and Pheriche (4250m). Dingboche valley provides another route to the Everest Base Camp Trek that joins the trail via Pheriche at Lobuche. Another day’s trail takes trekkers to the grassy edge of glacier’s lateral moraine at Gorakshep (5180m) and the next day early hike to Kala Patthar (5545m) gives the trekkers a marvelous gift of unbelievable panoramic view of Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8516m), Pumori (7165m) besides other neighboring peaks. Trekkers can reach to the Base Camp crossing the Khumbu glacier.

Everest Trekking has another trekking trail that takes trekkers through the beautiful Gokyo Lakes and challenging Cho La Pass (5420m). Trekkers opt different routes to explore the region. Couple of days’ trek from Gorakshep or trek through different trails that parts from Namche Bazaar. Challenging and slippery paths, formidable passes including the Renjo La Pass and Cho La Pass, the biggest glacier in the region (Ngozumba Glacier), settlements of Dragnag, Dzongla and Dughla are the parts and parcels of the trail to the mainstream trekking trail in the Everest Region.

One of the other nearby trails in the Everest Trekking takes you to the Imja Tse or Island Peak (8189m). Traversing to the right from the settlement of Dingboche trekkers move past Bibre village and Chukung, having glaciers on the either side of the trail, along the rocky trails trekkers reach to the base camp of the Island peak.

Trekking in the Everest region has another trail in the mid-hill region for the trekkers preferring the lush vegetation of hills and yet gets equal sense of excitement as being close to the Himalayas. The dense forests full of rhododendron flower, the national flower of Nepal, and other biotic life, terraced fields, glimpse of the mountains, valley floors, passes, monasteries and gompas, traditional markets are all enchanting for the trekkers.
Thus, Everest Trekking has an ample of pleasant offerings to the trekkers that can get the trekkers engaged for lot many days and yet keep them longing for some more days of trekking experience. Experience the diversity, natural and cultural haven and unique lifestyle of the indigenous people along the trekking trails in the region, all in the trails of Everest Trekking.

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