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Everest Region

Everest Region

Finally you get your vacation approved and you can’t wait to enjoy outdoor adventure in magical location. What’s a better way to spend the vacation than spending days & nights in the lap of world’s highest peak? Just pack your rucksack, put on your boots and get visa & ticket – leave everything for us. We will help you one way or another!

Everest region (8,848m) – the roof of world, home of Sherpas and pride of nation!

Most Nepalese have never seen Everest but they proud themselves to be the citizen of nation where Everest is located.Everything here comes either on backs of Yaks/donkeys or via air. So if there’s anyone who wants to visit Everest region, they have to either charter helicopter or stretch their legs.Visiting Everest via two feet is more authentic way. You will experience something truly memorable and capture something truly magical. Every steps you take on trek will bring new sets of surprises. Some trekkers even dubbed, a trek in Everest region is similar to a steps into heaven.

From astonishing temperate forest to exclusive wildlife and sparkling high peaks to tumbling and insanely big glaciers and enthralling Sherpa culture, a visit to Everest region will fulfil the desire of every back-packers.The most appealing part of the Everest region is its collection of lofty peaks that guards the northern territory of the region. Everest (8,848m, 1th highest), Lhotse (8,516m, 4th highest), Cho-Oyu (8,201m, 6th highest), Makalu (8,481m, 5th highest), Ama Dablam (6,812m, pyramid-shaped), Pumori (7,161m), Thamserku (6,623m) and Khumbila (5,761m, sacred & never climbed) are notable peaks of Everest region.

Apart from lofty and daunting peaks, Everest region is home to numbers of glacial lakes that are dotted around the region. The collection of six glacial lakes in Gokyo valley are famous and appealing lakes in Everest region. These are originated from glaciers and peaks above and they are major source of river that flows down to the lower valleys.Moreover, a bunch of glaciers nestling at the lap of sky-dominating peaks glorifies the scenery. A rubble-covered Nogzumpa glacier (largest Himalayan Glacier) and massive Khumbu glacier are worth exploring in Everest region. These glaciers are tumbling down slowly so explore them while they are still there.

Some Quick Facts of Everest Region:

Everest Altitude: 8,848m/29,030ft

Everest Location: Nepal, Mahalangur Range

Everest First Ascend: Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa in 1953

Everest Culture: Sherpa (Buddhism Influenced Culture)

Everest Visit Mode: Both teahouse and camping mode (unless you go for Amphu Laptsa or peak climbing)

Everest Visit Best Time: Autumn (September – October) and spring (March – May)

FAQs of Everest Region:

How remote is Everest Region?

Remoteness depends on your expectation. If you are expecting quality lodges & restaurants, well-paved road and good communication & internets, we must say Everest region is very remote.But when we compare Everest region to other Himalayan region, Everest is quite developed trekking & expedition region in Nepal. With well-marked trekking routes and availability of well-managed teahouses on major trekking route, Everest region cannot be listed as remote trekking region in Nepal.

What are the popular trekking destination in Everest region?

Everest Base Camp, Gokyo Lakes, Three Passes, Tengobche & Everest view hotel, Pikey Peak, Island Peak and Mera Peak are some popular trekking destination in Everest region. But the list does not end here. There are many off-beat trekking routes –of which Everest to rolwling region trek and Makalu to Everest region trek are popular one.

What are popular trekking peaks in Everest region?

Island Peak, Lobuche Peak and Mera Peak are popular trekking peaks in Everest region. Trekking peaks are one step harder than trek and few steps easier than expedition.

What are popular expedition peaks in Everest Region?

Without doubt, Everest is the most popular expedition peak in Everest region. Apart from Everest, Ama Dablam peak, Cho Oyu Peak, Lhotse Peak and Nuptse peak are other popular expedition in Everest region.

What permits are required to trek Everest region?

For Everest region trekking, you need to purchase TIMS (Trekker’s Information Management System) and Sagarmatha National Park Permit. You can buy TIMS in NTB located in Kathmandu.

Available Trips

Arun Valley to EBC Trek
Arun Valley to EBC Trek

Nepal , Everest Region 23 Days

Everest Base Camp Trek
Everest Base Camp Trek

Nepal , Everest Region 12 Days

Everest Base Camp Trek by Road
Everest Base Camp Trek by Road

Nepal , Everest Region 14 Days

Everest three pass trek
Everest three pass trek

Nepal , Everest Region 18 Days

Everest view trek
Everest view trek

Nepal , Everest Region 8 Days

Gokyo Chola Pass EBC trek
Gokyo Chola Pass EBC trek

Nepal , Everest Region 15 Days

Gokyo Lake Trekking
Gokyo Lake Trekking

Nepal , Everest Region 13 Days

Jiri to EBC Trek
Jiri to EBC Trek

Nepal , Everest Region 20 Days

Mt. Everest North Col Expeditions- 43 Days
Mt. Everest North Col Expeditions- 43 Days

Nepal , Everest Region 16 Days

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