Everest Gokyo Lakes Trek
Posted by Hari Shrestha on December 23rd, 2016
The Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lakes Trek, otherwise called Cho La Pass Trek, or Everest circuit trek, is a standout amongst the most bold and testing treks in the Everest Himalayas. The trek takes after the Base Camp course, going through the dynamic town of Namche Bazaar and the fabulous site of Tyangboche where a superb religious community sits in the midst of a snow topped mountain scene. In the wake of achieving Everest Base Camp and dousing up the cold wild asylum, the course takes you to the summit of Kala Patthar, a staggering perspective to acknowledge Everest in all her transcendence. You will be really stunned by the vistas from here, mountains to the extent the eye can see, canvassed in a cover of snow. We then leave the base camp trekkers behind and take off to overcome the Cho La Pass at 5330 meters. Soak slants and rough ways anticipate you however your endeavors will be remunerated as you stroll through a heavenly high height mountain pass. In the event that this was insufficient, we then carry on further to the sparkling waters of the Gokyo Lake, an arrangement of new water and consecrated lakes, covered up in the high Himalaya.
A trek to the Gokyo Lakes is a simpler, less swarmed contrasting option to an Everest Base Camp trek. The landscape is heavenly and, from a high point above Gokyo, incorporates: Cho Oyu, a sensational perspective of the northwest face of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse and Makalu: five 8 000m crests at the turn of a head! The following is a broad perspective of the kilometer wide Ngozumpa Glacier and the ice fields from which it streams.
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