Everest Area Trek

Everest View Trek            Everest Base Camp Trek
Gokyo Valley Trek             EBC Chola Pass Trek
EBC-Chola-Renjola Trek   Jiri to Everest Base Camp
Pikey Trek                        Arun Valley Trek

Three Passes Trek in Everest 

The Mount Everest of Solu Khumbu region is the second-most popular trekking area in Nepal. It would probably be the most popular destination. Everest Region is justifiably famous, not only for its proximity to the world’s highest mountain (8848m), but also for its Sherpa villages & monasteries as well as the glaciers, Ice Lakes and many other high Mountains.. 

Rhododendron and magnolias give way to birch groves &conifers as you approach the tree line. At higher altitudes, Blue pine, fir pine, Junipers, Hemlock, silver fir are also represented in this area. Golden Eagle, Snow pigeon, Pheasant, Tibetan snow cocks, Himalayan tahr, mammals mask deer, different kinds of Butterflies, snow tiger, yaks so on… are available in this area. It was saying that YETI also available here. But nobody saw exactly, only footprints.

This region offers Beautiful view of very high Himalaya ranges Everest 8848m., Lhotse8516m, Nuptse , Ama dublumn, Mt Makalu 8500m, Pumori, Cho Oyu 8100, and many more high mountains.

This uncommonly charming destination is most excellent and suitable introduction to the Nepal’s legendary cultural variety and eyeful mountains vistas including the Earth’s highest point – Mt. Everest (29035 ft/8848m). Holiday in the Everest region is designed to coincide with close – up view of snow –capped Himalayas view and inspirational trip along the dramatic and beautiful path passing through some of the fine Sherpa villages and definitely present you the absolute benefit of visiting old, artistic Buddhist monasteries, what's more, offering you rare opportunity to summit some of the eye - appealing peaks including Mera peak (21247 ft/6476m), Island peak (20285 ft/6183m), Pokalde peak (19049 ft/5806m) and many more. 

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