Everest Region Trekking

Details of Everest Region Trekking

Mt. Everest is well known as the highest mountain in the world. It is 8848 m, and the other three highest mountains are also situated in the same area as Mt. Lhotse (8516m), Makalu (8463m), Cho Oyu (8201m), and many white snow peaks. Most people like to visit the world’s highest mountain base camp and like to see the closest and most splendid view of Mt. Everest. It has many hiking routes in the Everest region. You can choose which one you prefer. Ask many questions with us, and we will share lots of information about Everest hiking. Here are the hiking routes. Please find out what is mentioned below.

The rich tradition, culture, and religion of the Sherpa people

The majority of Sherpa people live in the Himalayan foothills. They have their own typical lifestyle. They have a rich culture and are as religious as Buddhism. Likewise, they were in their own typical dress and spoke their own language, and there are many Buddhist monuments such as monasteries, Mani walls, tsortens, stupas, prayer wheels, and prayer flags.

Trekking Routes in Everest Regions:

  • Everest Base Camp Trek: 13 Days
  • Gokyo Lake Trek: 12 Days
  • Chola Pass Trek: 15 Days
  • Everest Three-Pass Trek: 18 Days
  • Everest Panorama Trek: 6 Days
  • Kongde View Trek, 7 Days
  • Pikey Peak Trek: 6 Days

Everest Base Camp Trek - 13 Days

Everest base camp trek is a 13-day perfect itinerary with a region-able cost. We make successful trips and provide professional guides with excellent services. You will mark your footprint at the world-highest mountain, Mt. Everest, base camp on 5360m and watch the glorious and splendid view of Mt. Everest 8848m from the excellent viewpoint of Kalapatthar 5545m. There are many crystal-clear white snow peaks. You will explore the Sherpa people's lifestyle and their culture and customs. It makes for such a delightful trip.

Routes of Everest Base Camp Trek, 1. Kathmandu; 2. Lukla-Phakding; 3. Namche; 4. Day excursion to Everest View Hotel; 5. Tengboche Monastary; 6. Dingboche; 7. Lobuche; 8. Gorakshe visits Everest Base Camp; 9. Kalapathar viewpoint; then Pheriche; 10. Namche. 11. Lukla 12. Kathmandu, fly back; 13. Final departure.

Gokyo Valley Trek - 12 Days

Gokyo Valley has tremendous lakes, and you will sleep in front of the glorious third lake. It is such a beautiful and massive lake. And you will ascend an adventure hill called Gokyo Ri (5360 m), from which you will see many white snow-capped mountains, including Mt. Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8516 m), Cho Oyu (8201 m), and many more. There is a huge glacier called Ngozumpa and five lakes. You will walk along less vegetation and an open moraine valley as a yak pasturing area. You can see wildlife animals such as mountain goats, musk deer, snow leopards, and national birds of Denmark, Munal, etc., and the Sherpa tribes their typical culture. It makes for such a wonderful trip.

Route of the Gokyo Valley Trek: 1. Kathmandu; 2. Fly to Lukla-Phakding; 3. Namche Bazar; 4. Day excursion visit to the Everest View Hotel in Khumjung Khunde Village, 5. Dole, 6. Machhermo, 7. Gokyo Lake, 8. Visit Gokyo Ri and return to Machherfmo or Dole. 9. Namche, 10. Lukla, 11. Fly to Kathmandu; 12. Departure.

Everest Three-Pass Trek - 18 Days

Everest Three Pass Trek is authentic adventure high passes trekking in Nepal. You will touch every hook and corner of the Everest region. The Everest three-pass trek is an 18-day perfect itinerary because we take your time slowly with altitude adjusting. If you run quickly, you can get altitude sickness and can’t succeed. Each and every pass is above 5000 m, such as the first pass, Kongma La (5535 m), and you will visit Everest Base Camp and Kalapatthar. The second pass is Cho La (5420 m), a visit to Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri. Third pass, Renjo La (5360 m), then Thame Valley joint to Namche bazaar, and trek end in Lukla. You will see magnificent Himalayan ranges.

If you don’t have enough time, you can do it in a rush of 16–17 days as well. You can stay in touch, but the best itinerary is, as we mentioned, 18 days. We provide professional guides and porters who help a lot with trekking, as well as excellent services to make your trip easy and successful.

Route of the Everest Three Pass Trek, 1. Kathmandu Arrival; 2. Fly to Lukla; 3. Trek to Phakding; 3. Namche Bazar, 4. Rest Day: Hike to Everest View Hotel, 5. Tengboche Monastary, 6. Dingboche, 7. Day excursion, 8. Chukung, 9. First pass: Kongma La (5535 m), stay at Lobuche, 10. Gorakshep: visit to Everest base camp, 11. Ascend to Kalapatthar viewpoint (5545 m) and watch the view of Mt. Everest (8848m) and many peaks. Return to the lodge, move to Dzongla, 12. Second pass Chola and stay at Gokyo Lake; 13. Visit Gokyo Ri viewpoint (5360m) and Gokyo Lakes; 14. Cross the last pass: Renjo La (5360m) arrives at Lunde, 15. Namche, via Thame Valley, 16. Lukla; 17. Fly back to Kathmandu; 18. Final Departure.

Chola Pass Trek - 15 Days

Chola Pass (5420m) is a bridge joining two popular trekking routes in the Everest region: one is Everest Base Camp in Khumbu Valley, and the other is Gokyo Valley. You can do two treks at the same time. We take you on a first visit to Everest Base Camp, then Chola Pass, and a visit to Gokyo Valley, then downhill, joining Namche Bazaar. It is a 15-day perfect itinerary, from arrival to departure, with regional costs. You will see many white snow-capped mountains, including Everest, Lhotse, Amadablam, Thamserku, Pumori, Nupse, Makalu, and then from Gokyo Ri, Cho Oyu, Taboche, Cholotse, Lobuche, and many more. You will see two huge glaciers, Khumbu and Ngozumpa. You visit tremendous Gokyo lakes. It makes such an unforgettable memory in your lifetime.

Trekking Routes of Chola Pass Trek, 1. Arrival in Kathmandu, 2. Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding. 3. Namche Bazar, 4. Rest Day: Day excursion, 5. Dole, 6. Machhermo, 7. Gokyo Lake, 8. Goko Ri and Thagnak, 9. Chola Pass, Dzong La, 10. Gorakshep and Everest base camp, 11. Kalapatthar, then downwards to Pheriche, 12. Namche, 13. Lukla, 14. Fly back to Kathmandu, 15. Final Departure

Renjo La Pass Trek: 12 Days

Renjo la pass has lately become most popular, but not with that many crowds. It is open to viewing Mt. Everest and Gokyo Lake from the top of Renjola (5360m). It is a 12-day perfect itinerary from your arrival to departure. You are trekking along two valleys: one is Thame Thamo, Lunden, on the way to Tibet, called Nangpa Valley, and another is Gokyo Valley. It is a wonderful trekking route, and you will see many white snow-capped peaks.

Trekking Routes Renjo La Pass, 1. Arrival in Kathmandu; 2. Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding; 3. Namche bazar; 4. Rest Day: day excursion 5. Thame, 6. Lunden, 7. Renjo La Pass and stay at Gokyo Lake; 8. Visit Gokyo Ri, then descend to Dole. 9. Namche or Monjo, 10. Lukla, 11. Fly back to Kathmandu; 12. Final Departure.

Everest View Trek: Everest Panorama Trekking

Everest View, or Panorama Trekking, is short, sweet, and easily accessible. You will see a mesmerizing view of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Amadablam, Thamserku, Kongde, and many more. It is referred to as a family trip for people of all ages who are unable to participate in authentic adventurous activities. We make a 5- to 7-day walking trip.

The trip will be Lukla, Phakding, Monjo, Namche Bazar, Everest View Hotel, Khunde Khumjung, and till Tengboche Monastary, then return the same way along Namche and Lukla.

Pikey Peak Trek - 6 Days

The Pikey Peak Trek is well known as the Lower Everest Trek. Pikey Danda is an open viewpoint from which you will see 360-degree views of the Himalayas, including Mt. Everest, Kanchenjung, Langtang, Manaslu, and Annapurna ranges. Which is easily accessible by local transport by jeep. Then, 4–5 days of trekking visit Junbesi and the old historical Thupten Chholing Monastery, and the trek ends at Phaplu Salleri.

Routes of Pikey Peak Trek: 1. Kathmandu to Dhap by Jeep; 2. Jhapre; 3. Pikey Base Camp; 4. Visit Pikey Top and watch splendid views, then trek to Junbesi. 5. Visit Thupten monastery and trek to Phaplu Salleri; 6. Catch another local jeep to Kathmandu. As per your arrival-departure plan, 8 days.


The program itinerary is flexible. It is a perfect itinerary, but if you have more or less days, feel free; we will make it according to your schedule. Thanking...

Wildlife Animals and Flora Faunas in the Everest Region Trek

There are many wild animals and flora faunas such as yaks, jyopchyo, goats, mountain goats, deer, musk deer, red panda, wild boar, snow leopard, and many kinds of birds as national birds of Nepal called Danfe, Monal, Kalij, wild hens, etc.

How about rivers, lakes, and glaciers in the Everest region?

The Everest region trek is always followed by the Dudh Koshi River Bank because it is followed by Everest and many white-snow glaciers. There are many white-snow mountains and two huge glacier valleys: one is the Khumbu glacier, made by the highest mountains Everest, Lhotse, Nupse, and Pomori; another is the Ngozumpa glacier, which is made by Cho Oyu and many other peaks. Both glaciers are huge and melting. It has tremendous, beautiful lakes called Gokyo Lakes. It has five lakes, but the third is much more beautiful and situated in front of lodges. Not only that, but it makes the Everest region trek a much more beautiful and delightful trip.