Everest High Pass Trekking
Posted by Treks in Nepal on September 14th, 2018
Everest High Pass Trek drives us to the Everest Base Camp of Gokyo Valley. Everest High pass trek is one of Challenging and exciting trek intersection of 3 distinctive high passes which are not still depended on the standard Everest trail, Renjo La (17,513ft), Cho La (17,650ft) and Kongma La (18,159ft). This is celebrated treks, set among amazing high mountain view and the hazard included while crossing the glaciated chasms.
Our adventure trekking occasion starts with a short departure from Kathmandu to the airstrip at Lukla. From here, we trek to Namche Bazaar, the Sherpa capital, before severing the fundamental Everest trail and traveling west to Thame and onwards towards the remote Nangpa Valley, near the outskirt with Tibet. The first of our three passes, the Renjo La, is an extreme day, however your reward is staggering perspectives of Everest, also and mountains toward the east and Cho Oyu (the world's 6th highest mountain) toward the west. It is a lackadaisical plummet to charming Gokyo Lakes, where we will have a rest day, before climbing the renowned view purpose of Gokyo Ri, the first of our three pinnacles. We proceed over the gigantic Ngozumpa Glacier before moving to the foot of the following high pass, the Cho La. The Cho La includes strolling up soak scree, which is every now and again frigid, to achieve a little ice sheet at the best, before crisscrossing down the opposite side.
Our trek takes us through the core of the Khumbu district on some lesser voyaged trails and more than three high passes, all more than 5,300m. We likewise climb three mountains at comparative heights – all with extraordinary perspectives of the neighboring pinnacles, for example, Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, and Ama Dablam. Different highlights incorporate Gokyo Lake, a lovely turquoise lake encompassed by ice sheets, and Namche Bazar, the bustling business sector town at the passageway to the Khumbu valley. We will likewise take multi day excursion to the renowned Everest Base Camp where you can look up at Mt Everest and the Khumbu Ice Fall.
Pre-winter (Sept to November) and Spring (March to May) are the best seasons for the Everest High Passes Trek. The climate is bright and warm with exceptional perspectives.