Everest High Passes Trek

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Everest High Passes Trek is the trek to the Khumbu region which is known as the capital of the Everest region. This trek is the amazing and the challenging trek of the Everest region which takes through the dense lush forest of alpine, bamboo and the rhododendron, gorges between two mountain, banks of the river, ever flowing glacier river and glacier lakes, Nepali village with unique cultural and traditional, with warm hospitality. 

All the trek to Everest High Passes Trek starts from the Lukla with the short flight. It’s about a 35-minute flight from Kathmandu. This is the only transportation ways to reach the Lukla, the heavy goods are transported through the plane. After safely landed in the Lukla we walk to the padding, we can visit and capture the gorgeous and the beautiful view from this place and spend the night at the Pangding. We begin our Everest High Passes Trek in up and down hills crossing the Dudh Koshi river and we reach to the Sagarmatha National Park which is the home of the Himalayan animals like musk, monkey, beer, deer, and different species of birds where our trekking permits are checked and we move further to reach the Namche Bazar Where we rest for the one-two days to be ready to walk in the high altitude. In this valley, we can see the magnificent view of the world highest mountain like Everest, Lhotse, Makalu. Lhotse Shar, Choyu.

The Everest High Passes Trek sunshine and the sunset view over the world highest peak, the Sherpa, Buddhist and Tibetan culture, their warm hospitality make your trek more exciting and enjoyable. Overall we spend 2 days in this valley visiting this place. We move ahead leaving Namche Bazar to Tengboche which is known as the largest monastery in the Everest region. The Monastery is located within the Sagarmatha National Park and provides the beautiful views of the highest mountains on earth including Everest, Amadapalom, Nuptse, and Lhotse. After that, we move to the Dingboche crossing lush forest including the rhododendron and birch and we continue our trek crossing the Imja rivers towards the Imja Valley, Lobuche rivers to climb the Dingboche where we can see the beautiful and dense settlement of the people with overlooked by prayer flags. And crossing the Kongma La pass which is the northern side and challenging pass after crossing the Kongma La pass we reach Lobuche, Gorak Shep and visit Everest Base Camp and we hike up to Kalapatthar and descend down to the Lobuche and walk ahead to reach Dzongla. On the way to Dzongla, we can have the view of Looming Awi peaks. After moving ahead we can visit the Chola Tsho lake. After crossing these place we reach to the Gokyo as we move in the high altitude via Cho la pass begins to appear climbing in it is not easy, it is steep but very worse which we have to scramble, the final climb to the Chola pass can be tricky after crossing the Chola la pass we trek to the Lungdeng this trial moves along the Dudh Pokhari. We move around 2 hours to reach the Renjo La pass from here we can get the outstanding views of Mt Everest from the top of this pass then we descend down and back to Lukla and flights back to the Kathmandu.

The Everest High Passes Trek provides the panorama, beautiful view and the experience of the world highest mountain with added the Himalayan natural beauty, and unique hospitality, culture and tradition people. The best months to visit this trek is March- July, and September- November because in the months the weather and climate will be in the stable condition, the temperature is moderate, we can visit the greenery Himalayan beauty. The sky in the day and night is very clear there is less chance of natural disaster and foggy sky.

We can see 5 mountain more than 8000m Everest High Passes Trek 

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