Trekking in the Everest region allows us to explore some famous places like the Everest Base Camp, Kalapathar, Gokyo Ri, Cho La Pass and Renjo La Pass. Among these places, the Everest Base Camp is unquestionably the most popular destination for hikers and backpackers. However it is Kalapathar rather than the Base Camp from where the maximum peak on the planet could be best seen from. Trekking in this area not only enables outsiders to observe the beauty of the landscape but also helps them understand the local culture which prevails here, particularly Buddhism. Everest Region or'Khumbu' since it's known in the local dialect, is a popular trekking destination among hikers from all over the world. The Sagarmatha National Park and Sagarmatha (Everest) itself is located in the Khumbu area. Apart from the landmarks, the region is very popular for its hospitable residents, particularly the Sherpas, a legendary clan of honest and friendly men and women. Namche Bazaar, popularly called the'Gateway to Everest', is the trading capital of the Everest Region.
Pikey Peak Trek
Pikey Peak Trek is a gorgeous low area hiking trip without visiting high from the Everest area. It's an excellent cultural experience of Sherpa people living in the region. In addition, you will enjoy majestic views of the Himalayan peaks such as Mt. Everest.
Pikey Peak Trek for the Best Panoramic View of Everest Region
Pikey Peak trek offers a grand view of the Himalayas from Dhaulagiri in the west to Kanchenjunga in the east from the top of Pikey peak. The magnificent view of the Everest out of Pikey peak is considered to be the best of Sir Edmund Hillary. The first person to conquer the surface of the planet took Pikey Peak to be the best view for Mt. Everest. The panoramic grandeur of the Himalayan range after the gorgeous cultural road in the area is simply stunning.
This Pikey Peak trek goes through the aged Everest base camp trekking route and extends towards Pikey Peak. The teenager retains trekkers below 4000 meters on the trail yet offers magnificent views of the mountains. While enjoying the panorama of those colossal peaks, one can gain an unbelievable cultural experience of the region during this beautiful trek.
Everest Base Camp Trek
Everest Base Camp is really a trek for those who wish to research and experience Everest the old-fashioned manner. The route from the low elevation areas of Jiri was in operation throughout the 1950s, utilized by the leader mountaineers, long before the airport at Lukla was assembled. So, if you want to experience the thrills experienced with the likes of Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, this is the adventure for you.
The trek begins from the very low elevation of Jiri and therefore is better for acclimatization to the rising elevations of this Everest Base Camp trek. This is a rather relaxed trail compared to other people that start at higher elevations of Lukla. The trek will eventually merge with the trail from Lukla so that you get to experience the distant sections of Jiri trek as well as the new, lively, and crowded paths of Lukla to Everest Base camp.
During the conclusion, you achieve a maximum altitude of 5545 meters at Kalapatthar that's deemed strenuous. If you create the trip during spring or fall, you can have the best experience of one of the most iconic trekking trails on earth.
Gokyo Lakes Trek
Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri Trek with its amazing glacial valley, pristine turquoise lakes, huge icy glaciers, ridges and the finest panoramic views of the maximum snow capped mountains, Gokyo is seen as the most breathtaking place in the Everest Region. Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri Trek supplies an alternative to this famous Everest Base camp trek. This Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri Trek is an ideal alternative for people who wish to get magnificent panoramic views of the Everest region Himalayas, glacial lakes and valleys without a lot of physical obstacle.
Following your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport and ethnic sightseeing around the Kathmandu valley, we board a scenic mountain flight to Lukla and start our hiking activity towards Phakding. Trekking through woods we head up to Namche Bazaar. We all rest a day at Namche for acclimatization. And within the next couple of times we make our way to Dole and then Machhermo where we get closer to the Himalayas. We arrive at Gokyo while seeing the largest glacier of Nepal, Ngozumba glacier. At Gokyo we can view the fantastic scenes of pristine turquoise lakes and the very top of Gokyo Ri offers magnificent panoramas of Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu. Finally we end our Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri trek because we make a descent through Dole into Lukla to catch a flight back to funding Kathmandu.
Gokyo Lakes Trek and Gokyo Ri Trek is a medium level experience in Everest region that needs reasonable amount of fitness and optimistic attitude towards walkingdistance and viewing the best panorama of world's highest Himalayas including Everest. Join Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri Trek during fall months of mid September to mid December and during spring months of March to May. Sometime at the June, July months, the trails aren't packed and you can get the natural highlights. Make this Gokyo Lakes and GokyoRi Trek come true with Nepal Mountain Trekkers for amazing an Everest vacation in Nepal.