The Beauty of Everest Mountains - Your journey begins in Kathmandu, where you have a brief battle with Luke. The solitary trek starts from Luka in the south and the route goes towards Namche Bazaar in the north. We will stay here for a day, and get used to the higher altitudes. We go northeast to Pheriche and Dingboche Code.
We arrive at Dingboche, and on our free day, we spend the day at Dingboche. From Dingboche, the nut Robuchon continues. A little to the east of it is the Everest base camp and to the west is the Kala Patthar viewpoint.
There are other variations of the hiking route where the hiking starts early from Namche Bazaar towards Gyoko R. The trail then goes to the left to reach base camp. Sometimes people prefer trekking from J Village instead of Lukla.
It is a short bus ride from Kathmandu. However, game treks add a few days to the hike, as Artis is much further from Luki. BC Trex follows a gradual ascent to the base camp followed by a steep descent. the journey lasts 13 days and in between, there are also adaptation days.
About the Trek
Trekking is a difficult class trek to Everest Base Camp that requires an exceptionally high level of physical fitness and although the treks are not dangerous, you must be well prepared. Many factors increase the difficulty of the movement, such as the terrain, the duration of the movement, the distance covered by each clay, and the number of days spent at altitude.
As well as the difficulty of egress in an emergency. Although not all trips are very difficult, it is a test of endurance. The journey is high and therefore the chances of AMS are quite high, but considering proper hydration, adequate rest and a planned acclimatization week will help to deal with such problems.
The guides are mountaineers certified people with a good understanding of AMS and high altitudes. He can detect the signs of AMS early and implement the necessary measures to prevent the same diseases. Our guides are first responders to emergencies throughout the Wilderness.
Why Everest Base Camp is a must-hike?
For avid hikers and climbers, reaching the top of the world's highest mountain is a unique experience. The classic trek takes place in the Bagmati belt of Nepal and allows you to experience the immense beauty of the surroundings. During the trek, you will see four of the world's six highest peaks - Cho Oyu (8201m), Makalu (870m), Lhotse (8516m), and Mt. Everest (888 m).
Everest Base Camp is a themed tour, which means you stay in some of the highest villages in the world and learn about their cultures, traditions, and life in the remote corners of the Himalayas. When you stay in Sherpa villages, you will learn a lot about life in the mountains and how people are inextricably linked to the mountains.
The Points during Trek
There are many important junctions during the trek and Kala Patthar is one such point. It is located at an altitude of 5,500 meters and offers spectacular views of Mt. Everest. The EBC trek offers a great opportunity to experience the grandeur of the Himalayas, the impressive challenge and excitement of climbing, and the fascinating culture of Nepal.
Trekking in Nepal is trekking in the middle of the biggest mountains and with this trek, you can see the mountains around you from every angle. During the trip, you will experience the famous legacy left behind by famous mountaineers. You cross the road behind Namche Bazaar and arrive at the Tenzing Norgay Stupa.
A tribute to the great mountaineer who first climbed the mountain with fellow mountaineer Edmund Hillary. Also, right near Dughla, on the Everest route, there are monuments to great climbers who dedicated their lives to the slopes.
Reaching Everest Base Camp means trekking through traditional Sherpa villages with warm and friendly villagers, hidden Gompas, scenic mountain views, and extraordinary natural beauty. Those who take part in such a trip will never forget this amazing experience.
This is a difficult trek to Everest Base Camp that requires an exceptionally high level of fitness and although the treks are not dangerous, you must be well prepared. Many factors increase the difficulty of the move, such as the terrain, the duration of the move, the distance covered by each clay, and the number of days spent at altitude, as well as the difficulty of exiting in an emergency. Although not all hikes are particularly difficult, this one is a test of endurance.