Everest High Pass Trek
|Posted on:||29 August 2018 / 06:53|
Everest High Pass Trek is designed for perfect adventure as the trek consists of passing through three high passes involving numerous scenic beauty and also risk involved crossing the glaciated frozen lakes. This trek offers a trek and hikes into the coldest mountains and a tiresome journey supported by the best hospitality and service of locals: Sherpa families, making your night very pleasant after the tiring trek.
The trek highlights three major passes making it the experience of your life. The pass consists of Khumbu La pass being the highest among all, Cho La passes giving you an icy glacier experience and the Renjo La pass giving you the views of the ultimate snowy peaks around you. Ahead of the trek is the Kala Patthar region (5545m) providing you with the best panoramic view of Pumori, Nuptse and Lhotse mountains ranging above 8000m and the best close view of Mt. Everest.
The trek starts from Lukla (2828m) following Dudh Koshi valley taking you up to Namche Bazar, a junction for trekkers and a main bazaar of Sherpas. From there we move on to Lungden for Renjo-La Pass (5360m) from where you can view panoramic views of Mt. Everest and the other Himalayas. As the pass takes you to Gokyo Valley which brings you closer to the Ngozumpa Glacier, one of the largest in the Nepalese Himalayas. We move on to Gokyo Ri (5330m) that is the best viewpoint among all the Everest Region. After exploring the place, we head towards Kalapathar (5550m) for a close view of Mt. Everest and Everest Base Camp (5364m) and Khumbu icefall. Kongma La pass (5535m) is the next pass and highest among all these three passes. After a nice view from there we head back down to Dingboche and Tengboche and then we trek down to Lukla.
This trek is a fusion of adventure and ethnic Himalayan culture at its best state.