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Everest Region Trek

Trekking in the Everest Region continues to be one of Himalayan Friends’ most rewarding treks and proves to always satisfy its visitors! This unique blend of outdoor adventure and cultural exploration is a great way for you to experience the Everest region of Nepal. Being home but not limited to the highest mountain in the world south side Mt. Everest (8848m/ 29029ft.) and several others the Everest region in Nepal is always been a favorite for many trekkers. Himalayan Friends is owned by Sherpa brothers and with their ancestral knowledge of these giant mountains is sure to guide you through the Everest region! There are many treks available in the Everest region with Himalayan Friends, and as all are unique in their own way you can choose or even combine these amazing treks. 

What are the preferred treks in the Everest Region?

The Everest region is full of interesting trails, base camps, high mountain passes and incredible peaks, as so there are some preferred treks. The most famous are undoubtedly the Everest Base Camp trek, the 3 High Pass trek, the Gokyo Lakes trek, the Pikey Peak, the Everest Highlight Trek, the Everest Buddhist Tre, the Mera trek and the Konde Panorama view trek.

How to reach the Everest Region?

To reach the Everest region in Nepal you can both drive and start to trek from Salleri or by airplane to Lukla Airport. This flight is unique and the most common way to travel to the Everest. The trek begins usually here in Lukla as we enter the famous Everest region of the Nepali Himalayas. The trek follows trails from here that are ancient trade routes that weave around remote valleys, through tiny villages, across high mountain passes and past isolated monasteries. As the trail continues it now hugs the Dudhkoshi River and eventually takes you to the famous Sherpa town of Namche Bazaar as you enter Sagarmatha National Park, where you will be trekking throughout. From Namche, the views are unending as the peaks glitter with brilliance around you. Namche Bazaar the Sherpa capital, also known as the Gateway to Everest, opens up various trekking options in the Everest region.

What else can I expect from the Everest region?

Apart from the mountain views, trekking in Everest region takes you through alpine forests, small streams, waterfalls, gorges, moraines, and glaciers. Along the way, you cross many Sherpa villages with friendly and welcoming locals that allow you to bond with them and learn about their history, culture, tradition, and lifestyle. As you explore the region, you pass many Chortens, Mani walls, prayer wheels, and monasteries that hold high spiritual value to the inhabitants of Khumbu. Trekking in the Everest region is the perfect blend of nature and culture, ideal for curious travelers around the globe.

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