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The Everest Region is one of the most popular trekking destinations in Nepal. Adorned with the highest mountain in the world, Mt. Everest, trekking in the region is a “once in a lifetime” adventure. Standing at the height of 8,848m above sea level and surrounded by a striking panorama of high mountains, the view of this magnificent beauty is simply beyond imagination.

Mount Everest Trekking combines the serenity of the magical views with the culture and tradition woven deeply into the local villages you pass along the way. It is the best way to enjoy the aesthetical beauty of the mountains while also getting a close look into the cultural richness of Nepal.

 

Reaching the Everest

The Everest Region takes its place in the north-eastern part of Nepal. It lies in the Himalayan region of Nepal, so most of the parts are covered in snow throughout the year. The only way to reach this region is the thrilling plane ride to Lukla airport from Tribhuvan International Airport. The small valley of Lukla is where most of the trekking adventures on the mount Everest trekking start.

If you are looking for other alternatives, you can also drive to Jiri or Phaplu from Kathmandu. It is a one-day drive from Kathmandu to reach both destinations. From Jiri, you can then take a 3-4 days trek or a 3-day trek from Phapluto reach Lukla.

Specialties in the trek

Trekking alongside the “roof of the world” must have been your dream at least once. That being said, the spectacular Mt. Everest in itself is the highlight of the trek. It is not every day that you get to gaze at its magnificence with your very eyes. The panorama of the Everest Region also includes Mt. Lhotse (8516m), Mt. Nuptse (7863m), Ama Dablam (6812m), Kangtega (6635m), Lingtren (6714m), Changtse (7543m), and many more.

Adventure of Lifetime

Along with these snow-cladstructures are countless high altitude passes and lakes. The Khumbu Glaciers and Icefalls are even more of a sight to see. The cool air passing through the great Himalayas brings great pleasure to countless travelers every year. You walk past the Sagarmatha National Park that homes various species of exquisite flora and faunalike Himalayan Thar, Musk Deer, Snow Leopard, Danphe, and so on.

 

History and Culture

Trekking in the Everest is also a spiritual experience. You can visit several ancient monasteries like the Tengboche monastery and learn about the Sherpa cultures and traditions as well. Most of the people living in the region follow Tibetan Buddhism. Explore theancient calligraphies and monuments that depict the stories of their ancestors. The trekking routes are also filled with prayer flags, giving a peaceful aesthetic that follows you along the whole trek.

 

Panoramic View of Mounatins

The ancient Namche Bazaar offers you a breathtaking panoramic view of the mountains. The Everest View Hotel is a perfect place to sit back and enjoy these views while sipping on the local milk tea. Several other smaller villages fall along the way, where you can learn the daily struggle of people living in these rural areas. You might be surprised by the smiles on people’s faces and their welcoming gesture, even if they have to face these harsh conditions.

The flight to Lukla is one of the most exciting parts of the trek. Observe the terraced paddy fields turning into the striking snow-covered giants. The spectacular close-range view of mountains and the thrilling mountain flight is one of the highlights of the trek.

The Everest region hosts treks from medium to high difficulty, so it is suitable for all types of people. You can enjoy trekking in Everest even as a beginner. The unique feature of the mount Everest Trekking is that it combines the experience of culture and nature into one.

Some Treks to experience in Everest

One of the most famous treks that attract thousands of trekkers from all over the world to Nepal is the Everest Base Camp Trek. If you want to enjoy the essence of the Everest Region as a whole, then Everest Base Camp is the best choice. The trek is of medium difficulty and takes only 14 days to complete. The highest altitude you will reach is in Kalapatthar at the altitude of 5,554m. It is one of the best treks in the Everest Region.

 

The “Three Passes Trek” is also one of the famous treks in the region. Spanning around 15 – 21 days, you can enjoy the marvelous panorama of mountains from the three high passes of Kongma La, Cho La, and Rengo La, all of which stand at a height above 5000m. You can also enjoy other treks like the Gokyo Lake Trek, where you can enjoy the spectacular view of the sparkling high-altitude lakes. Since it takes only 11 -13 days to complete, this trek is a perfect choice for those with less time in hand.

 

Other short treks around the Everest Region include Everest Panorama Trek (7-10 days), Gokyo Valley Trek (9 – 13 days), Namche Bazaar and ThameTrek (5 -7 days), Kongde Loop Trek (10 Days), Pikey Peak Trek (7 – 12 days), and DudhKunda Trek (9 -11 days). Most of these treks are of medium difficulty. So, if you have limited time on hand, these short treks are aperfect choice.

 

Best Time to Visit

The autumn season (September–December) is the best time to visit the Everest Region. The skies are clearer during this time with little to no rain, so the visibility is high. Spring season(March-May) is also a good time for trekking in the Everest region. You can enjoy the unobstructed views of the spectacular mountain ranges.

Traveling to higher altitudes during the monsoon season is dangerous because of constant rainfall. The visibility is poor, which cancels flights a frequent occurrence. Winter is also bad due to little visibility and the danger of avalanches and snowstorms.

Do keep in mind that autumn and spring seasons are also the time when the Everest region is packed with tourists. Most of the time, the trekking routes are crowded, and the accommodations are also packed.

Conclusion

All in all, trekking in mount Everest is something you should not miss out on. Packed with thrilling adventures in the rural regions of Nepal, it is one of the best trekking experiences. The journey to witnessing the highest mountain in the world will be an experience you will remember your whole life.

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