Everest Trekking

Trekking in Nepal is one of the fascinating activities that held in the lap of Himalaya. Each Himalayas serves the amazing mountains and the natural treasures. There are 13 Himalayan ranges in Nepal among which we will discuss the trekking held in Everest range. Everest range, also known as Mahalangur Himal range lies in the north-east of Nepal and south-central Tibet of China. This range is famous with the highest peak of the world Mt. Everest 8,848m and several other high mountains like Lhotse, Cho Oyu, and Makalu. And also Everest range lies inside the Sagarmatha National Park which is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Other than that, Everest range is also the origin of Khumbu region where lives the ethnic group of Sherpa. The trekking associated to this region is referred as Everest trekking which offers various destinations to the visitors.

Visitors during Everest trekking

Everest trekking is filled with adventure and exciting destinations. Such destinations like Everest Base Camp, Gokyo Lakes, Peak climbing are the most popular one. First of all you will fly from Kathmandu to Lukla airport and begin the trek. Then you will acclimatize your body in Namche Bazaar which is the capital of Sherpa as well as gateway to Evererst. You will find many Tibetian Buddhist Monasteries such as Tengboche that creates your environment peaceful to the further ahead. While, the glance of Mt. Everest will leave you the great experience throughout the trek. For the best close-up view of Mt. Everest, you need to reach Kalapatthar which is combined with EBC package.

Everest trekking - everest base camp

Meanwhile, the Gokyo offers you the beautiful glacier lakes that are worth to visit. You will need to climb Gokyo Ri 5,357m to view an amazing combination of Gokyo Lakes and Mt. Everest at a great distance.

Everest trekking - Gokyo lakes

Everest Base Camp with Himalayan Smile Treks

Everest Base Camp (5,364m) is one of the most popular and best-selling destinations in Nepal. This adventure trek is worth to observe many greatest mountain peaks of Himalaya, most especially Mt. Everest (8,848m). During this trip, your highest elevation will be 5,545m while climbing Kala Patthar, which will serve you an incredible panoramic view of Everest.

Everest and Nuptse
Fig: close-up view of Mt. Everest, Everest South and Mt. Nuptse

The above picture is taken from Kala Patthar (5,545m) which has been the best close-up view to observe so far. You will climb the Kala Patthar the next day of visiting EBC.

EBC with Himalayan Smile treks
Fig: Himalayan Smile guide and the visitors

You can extend your trip to Island Peak (6,189m) which is best for the beginners to climb. Most of the Mountaineers climb this peak before attempting the summit of Mt. Everest. Below is the picture of Island Peak attainted by team Himalayan Smile Treks.
Island Peak Himalayan Smile Treks

Everest base camp may a lounger mountaineer

Everest base camp may a lounger mountaineer dreams or position at Everest bas camp. It isn’t in principle difficult but must be taken with care due to the height. Fly into Lukla from Kathmandu and the trek starts from there to the Base camp (5,545 m.) An optional hike up kala patthar (5,545 m) gives a stunning look athttps://www.himalayastrek.com/short-sweet-kathmandu/"" target="_blank" title=" Everest "> Everest and the khumbu Glacier. Return through khumjung, khunde and on to Lukla (14days) Bus drive to jiri to Lukla (21 days). Trek starting from jiti and back to jiti (28days). Trek can be extended a few days from sight - hikes passes and village visits.

Ascent of Gokyo ( 5340m : 17,520ft )

Ascent of Gokyo ( 5340m : 17,520ft )
The ascent of Gokyo Ri (or Gokyo kala pattar as it’s also sometimes known ) cannot be recommended too highly . With some justification it is the highlight of most trekkers visits to the valley for the summit panorama is classed as one of the truly great Himalayan views and one that rivals the better – known kala pattar above Gorak shep . Gokyo Ri is the obvious hill that rises directly above the lake’s northern shore and from the lodges you can clearly see the paths that snake up its southern flanks . There are no technical difficulties in the ascent but there’s a height gain of 549m (1801 ft ) to face . if you go early (say an hour or so before dawn ) you stand a good chance of enjoying the summit in wind free conditions . Afternoon clouds often clothe the https://www.himalayastrek.com/nepal/trekking-in-nepal/everest-trekking/"" target="_blank" title="mountain">mountain but by sunset they’ve usually gone . sunrise can be spectacular while sunset views are supposedly very fine from the top but if you plan to experience them don’t forget to take a torch with you to see your way down in the dark .
everest gokyo trek

Everest base camp trek

Himalayan Smile treks offer Everest base camp trekking. This trekking offer Everest and the Khumbu Glacier leaves you in wonder. Away from the buzzing and hectic life of the capital, you make your way through the rhododendron and cedar forests to explore the serene and tranquil mountains. The peace you find within yourself, you realize why in the ancient period, sages made their way to the deserted mountains for meditation.Everest Base Camp Trek a strenuous 16-day trek reaching elevations of 5,550m that begins in Kathmandu. After the group meets and everyone is accounted for, we start our sightseeing tour where we explore the cultural heritages in Kathmandu. After we complete our sightseeing tours in Kathmandu, we fly up to Lukla, the most common way to get Everest Base Camp. The next few days are spent trekking through the heartland of the Sherpa people. We pass by Buddhist monasteries, see the comprehensive views of the Khumbu Mountains and watch Mount Everest grow larger and larger everyday as we take our steps closer to it.Join the Nepal Hiking Team on the Everest Base Camp Trek to live your valiant spirit and experience the supremacy of the mighty Himalayas, right before your eyes. If you like please visit our Everest base camp trekking
Everest base camp trekking


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