Everest Region Trek
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Everest Region Trekking is the most famous of all trekking regions in Nepal because of the presence of the highest peak in the world. Although the mere presence of Mt. Everest is enough reason to make this the most desired trekking region in Nepal, there are many other marvelous attractions to make the journey there an unearthly awesome one.
Be it trekking to the Everest Base Camp or exploring Gokyo Lakes and crossing Cho La pass or trekking over three high and famous Himalayan passes, Everest region never stops to amaze you with incredible offerings of Himalayan wonders. Apart from the vast range of high soaring, snow-capped majestic mountains, the Sherpa life and culture add more to make the trekking in the region special. You can walk the trail that the first Everest summiteers Sir Edmund Hilary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa along with many other mountaineers traversed on their way to the summit of Everest.
It is a thrilling adventure in itself to land at Lukla airport and the thrill gets even more exciting as you start traversing the trail. The experience and immersion into the Sherpa culture and life style is just awesome. Being in the region of famous mountain climbing tribe, Sherpa, in itself is a fascinating experience. A wonderful mixture of the view of 8,000 meters mountains including Mt. Everest and other majestic mountains like Ama Dablam, Pumori, Thamserku etc. makes the views simply breathtaking. If you go to explore Gokyo region before stepping into the Everest base camp and Kalapatthar view point, you will have amazing experience of viewing placid glacial lakes, stunning view point hike to Gokyo Ri and trekking over Cho La pass.
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