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Everest Classic Trekking (21 days)

On: 23 Jan 2015 By: High Mountain


Everest Classic Trekking (21 days)
Everest Classic TrekkingSince early days of the climbing history in Nepalís top of the World 8,848m peak has had drawn many adventure seekers to scale it and hold world record and trekkers to glimpse its amazing views. Mt. Everest trekking route becomes one of the most popular trails among the outfitters. Getting a test of unique Sherpa cultural hospitalities the most of the trekking days will be spent above altitude of 3000m in the Khumbu and Imja Khola valleys exploration- there will be plenty of time to enjoy the local culture of the Sherpa people, visiting ancient monasteries, learn about Buddhism influence in Sherpaís life and traditional farming system will add to your journey an unforgettable experiences.
Your trekking to the Everest region will begin with exiting STOL flight to Lukla at 2800 meter above sea level. The trail passes through the picturesque Sherpa cultural villages of around together stunning mountain views via meadow land of upper Khumbu valley and finally you will be at Gorakshep (5140m) the last stop point and from there ascent of Kalapatthar ridge (5545m) from where you can observe classic views of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Mt Pumori and its many surrounding peaks. You will be also exploring up to the Everest Base Camp and Khumbu glacier section observation along the entire trip. Besides you will be crossing also the famous Cho La pass and enjoy its best panoramic views from Gokyo Lake.

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