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Everest Base Camp Trek: A Must-Do Adventure – 10 Reasons Why

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Everest base camp trek

The Everest base camp track is distributed in 2 parts, and it is the most famous track in Nepal, famous for its amazing mountain peaks and peaceful beauty of the Hills. People love to visit every peak of the mountain and to have a camp on the hill. Moreover, the Everest base camp track goes through a few ridges and heavy trails.

But after crossing these ridges And zig-zag Rams, you can rest with your members and have a yeah tasty meal on your trip.

The beauty of the mountains will make you speechless. The shining ice all over the hills looks adorable to see. Tracking over those such a High Peak of the hills, which are fully covered with ice, will make your trip memorable. 

Dzongla

Dzongla transformed

Dzongla is a small village tucked into the Ridge’s top between Lobuche and Cho la pass. It is a quiet and peaceful place with a few tea houses in the village. You can see Yak herding grounds for the local farmers in the summer season.

The village provides you a fascinating view of Ama Dablam and Taboche as well as a little visibility of peaceful Cholatse Lake. It is a quiet Village at such a height. The village will attract you towards it while tracking for the Everest base camp trek. The village is covered with high Hills all around.

Cho la pass

Cho la pass transformed

Cho La Pass is a summit pass counted in one of the highest peak mountains, and Chola pass is located at the height of approximately 5400 meters above sea level in the Solukhumbu District. The place is mainly situated in Northeastern Nepal. Cho la pass connects the village of Thagnak to the West and the village of Dzongla to the East.

Chola pass is one of the highest peak pass in Northeastern Nepal and has the Icy mountains. It is very difficult to visit in the winter season because the mountains’ glaciers become slippery and very harsh to track on. Most visitors usually see the hill in the summer season or the mid of summer and winter season.

Chola pass has fascinating views and unpredictable sceneries from the top of it. After crossing the pass, you can sit and relax with your friends or crew members.

Kala Pathar

Kala Pathar transformed

The Kala Patthar mountain is very Ridge and hard to track. It is also called BlackRock in Nepali. It is located on the South Ridge off Pumori in the Nepali Himalayas above Gorakshep. after reaching Kala Patthar mountain, you can consider that you have crossed half of the track towards the Everest base camp track.

Kala Pathar mountain is famous because after having the heavy snowfall every month, the hill remains black. It shows that the mountain’s surface is so slippery that snow is also not staying there. The Kala Pathar mountain has fascinating views and the best sceneries all around.

Gorakshep

Gorakshep transformed

Gorakshep is a small settlement that means Gorakshep is a simple halt point to the Everest base camp trek. It will make you rest with amazing sightseeing and fantastic views all around the mountain. Tourists use to sit on the edges of Icy mountain and enjoy the panoramic views of the place. The mountain is usually covered with sand in Nepal. The village has not restricted the whole of the year. It is safe and secure to be visited.

The Gorakshep is located at the height of approximately 5,200 meters above sea level. The Gorakshep has all the facilities to make you comfortable during the stay. The small village has guest houses and 2-star hotels to stay there and observe nature’s beauty.

Gokyo Ri

Gokyo Ri transformed

The Gokyo Ri is a little far from the destination but it is must visit place during the trip. The Gokyo Ri is the highest peak of the Khumbu region. It gives views a proper and perfect view of the whole place. The destination is located at the West of the Ngozumpa glacier. The Ngozumpa glacier has the glaciar in Nepal and it has the largest glacier in the whole Himalayas.

The place has high peaks and ridge area, so the mountain is difficult to trek on.

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Gorakshep the resting place

Gorakshep is a small settlement that means Gorakshep is a simple halt point to the Everest base camp trek. It will make you rest with amazing sightseeing and fantastic views all around the mountain. Tourists use to sit on the edges of Icy mountain and enjoy the panoramic views of the place. The mountain is usually covered with sand in Nepal. The village has not restricted the whole of the year. It is safe and secure to be visited.

The Gorakshep is located at the height of approximately 5,200 meters above sea level. The Gorakshep has all the facilities to make you comfortable during the stay. The small village has guest houses and 2-star hotels to stay there and observe nature’s beauty.

Kala Pathar the “Black Rock”

The Kala Patthar mountain is very Ridge and hard to track. It is also called BlackRock in Nepali. It is located on the South Ridge off Pumori in the Nepali Himalayas above Gorakshep. after reaching Kala Patthar mountain, you can consider that you have crossed half of the track towards the Everest base camp track.

Kala Pathar mountain is famous because after having the heavy snowfall every month, the hill remains black. It shows that the mountain’s surface is so slippery that snow is also not staying there. The Kala Pathar mountain has fascinating views and the best sceneries all around.

Everest base camp trek the high peaks of Himalayas

The Everest base camp track is distributed in 2 parts, and it is the most famous track in Nepal, famous for its amazing mountain peaks and peaceful beauty of the Hills. People love to visit every peak of the mountain and to have a camp on the hill. Moreover, the Everest base camp track goes through a few ridges and heavy trails.

But after crossing these ridges And zig-zag Rams, you can rest with your members and have a yeah tasty meal on your trip.

The beauty of the mountains will make you speechless. The shining ice all over the hills looks adorable to see. Tracking over those such a High Peak of the hills, which are fully covered with ice, will make your trip memorable.

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