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Trekking in Everest

Trekking in Everest

“Walk the boldest path leading to the grand Everest”

The Trekking in Everest is considered as one of the boldest and most epic walk one can ever have in his entire life. Truly, Everest (8848m), top of the world itself reveals us that its one of the most admired destination where trekkers can experience the proudest and the most prominent moment in this majestic section of Himalayan area. It is an opportunity to embark an epic journey that Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay set off in 1953. But nothing beats the thrill and sense of accomplishment that grips traveler on beholding the charm and grace of the ferocious Everest up close. Trekking in Everest apart from Everest offers you other 8,000 meter peaks- Lhotse, Cho Oyo and Makalu also holds more attraction to this place.

Mt Everest trekking trails are situated in the eastern part of a country in Solukhumbu district, protected by Sagarmatha National Park, established in 1976 and in 1979 it was inscribed as a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site which was established to protect the fragile ecosystem of the alpine region. This National Park offers the opportunity of sightseeing apart from Mountains. Trekking in Everest further offers the beauty in the form of glacier lakes, resplendent rhododendron forests, native flora and fauna, charming villages and ancient Buddhist monasteries add to make this region an irresistible tourist destination. Wildlife seen here are mostly birds including the national bird of Nepal-the Impeyan Pheasant(danphe in Nepali) Other notable birds include the ravens and crows of the middle hills and the coughs which soar to seemingly impossible heights in the mountains. Look out for flocks of snow pigeons wheeling about the hillsides. Animals in these regions are elusive, so keep an eye out for mountain goats(most common are the Himalayan tahr) and if lucky, you may chance upon the rare musk deer or the common barking deer Also offers you a great opportunity to have unique experience with the hospitality of the local Sherpa people, also known for climbing mountains.

The best time to trekking in Everest region is from Autumn season (September-December) and Spring season (March-May).At these times, the weather will be mild and generally dry, making walking conditions ideal. The spring season brings out the wild flowers, particularly rhododendrons, while autumn season is generally good for clear mountain views, as the air is crystal. All-in-all an Everest trek will be a completely different experience to you in this wonderful and inspiring

Pike Hill Trekking

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Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trekking

Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trekking

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Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek

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Everest Three Passes Trekking

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Gokyo Cho La Pass Trekking

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Gokyo Valley Trekking

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