The Everest region is undoubtedly one of the most famous hiking destinations in the world. The area is full of high mountains, Sherpa villages, steep trails and incredible scenery. The Everest region offers a wonderful mountaineering experience. From hiking to Everest Main Camp to remote semi-desert areas, there are many options to choose from. The ease or difficulty of walking depends entirely on the route you have chosen with the main EBC route.
The following is a list of some of the most popular hiking trails that connect us to Everest:
Everest Camp Walk:
Everest base camp is probably the best way to walk on Everest, which follows the classic routes and starts with a spectacular flight to Lokla the day after you arrive in Kathmandu. This walk crosses the footpath of the Dodoshi River and crosses the forests of Rhododendron and Magnolia, villages and monasteries to reach Namcheh Bazaar – the main gate of Everest Main Camp. From Namche, we drive to Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche and Gorakhshep monasteries before the last attempt to Everest Main Camp. From Gorkesh Shep, to the point of view, we climb Kalapatar at 5545 meters to witness the magnificent sunrise and Everest from the closest possible distance.
Everest three-way walk
Everest Three Pass Trek is an adventurous and challenging journey in the Khombo region that begins with an exciting flight to Lokla. This Everest mountain track provides an opportunity to visit Everest Main Camp, Three Long Passes, Gokyu Lake, Gokyu Rey and the remote and untouched valley of Nangpa La, Marlong Village and Tame Monastery. Combining Everest Mountaineering and Everest Main Camp, you can experience almost all of the attractions in the Khombo area. Kongma La (5,535 m), Chu La (5,420 m) and Ranjo La (5,340 m) are three long crossings that we have to cross during the journey. We suggest you walk with an experienced local guide.
Everest Walking, also known as Everest Panorama, offers spectacular views with unique culture and exquisite mountain views. Walking on Everest is relatively easy and short compared to other trips in the Everest region, but it still offers magical beauty. The hike continues through the thick vegetation of Sagarmatha National Park, full of pine forests, rhododendron flowers and wildlife, to Namcheh Bazaar (3,440 meters). It takes you to the village of Tangboucheh (3,930 meters), which is home to the largest monastery in the area. This is the best place to capture the beauty of Everest (8848 m) and other nearby peaks.
Everest hiking is suitable for those who have a great desire to enjoy the highest mountains in the world, but their time limit is limited.
Walk Everest Camp through Gokyo Lakes
Lake Gokyo is one of the most popular hiking trails in the Everest region, taking you to the amazing collections of high-altitude lakes, the Ngozumpa Glacier, the famous Cho La Pass, Gokyo Ri and Kala Patthar along with Everest Main Camp. The route passes through the Everest region with soaring mountains, friendly Sherpas, monasteries and prayer flags. The whole mountaineering area is full of spectacular natural beauty and sparkling lakes. With the tranquil beauty of the glacial lakes, you can enjoy a 360-degree view of the 8000m + peaks.