Everest Trekking Itinerary

Everest Base Camp – Kala Patthar
Trekking Itinerary
Everest Base CampA trek to the Base Camp of Mount Everest, world’s highest mountain (8.850m), is high on the wishlist of many trekkers. The trail leads you alongside the foot of mighty Himalaya giants, towering high above you. The views from Kala Patthar of Mount Everest, and many other seven and eight thousand peaks are just unforgettable. After Namche Bazar you climb above the tree line quite quickly and you find yourself walking in a stunning high altitude landscape. Flying in and out of Lukla (2.840m), set already amidst the Himalaya, you need about two weeks for the Everest Base Camp trek. The region is dotted with well-equipped lodges, run by the friendly Sherpa people. As with this trek you climb high very quickly, it is important to take acclimatization days, and to be aware of signs of altitude sickness.
Time: 14 days | Difficulty: Moderate to Hard


Everest – Gokyo Valley Trek

Trekking Itinerary
GokyoThis is a popular trail in the Everest region since it offers excellent views of the Himalayan range with small lodges on the route. The views from Gokyo Ri provides a 360 degree of the panoramic Himalayas . In addition, the trail includes such variations as desolate glaciers and beautiful glacial lakes surrounded by towering peaks. It is usually less crowded than the base camp trekking and alternative to the traditional trek to Everest base camp.
Time: 12 days | Difficulty: Moderate to Hard


Experienced Everest / Khumbu Trek

Trekking Itinerary
TengbocheA trek to the Base Camp of Mount Everest, world’s highest mountain (8.850m), is high on the wishlist of many trekkers. The trail leads you alongside the foot of mighty Himalaya giants, towering high above you. The views from Kala Patthar of Mount Everest, and many other seven and eight thousand peaks are just unforgettable. After Namche Bazar you climb above the tree line quite quickly and you find yourself walking in a stunning high altitude landscape.
Time: 8 days | Difficulty: Moderate


GHT Rolwaling Section, Lower Trail

Trekking Itinerary
RolwalingAt this section of the GHT you completely leave the tourist trail behind and you hardly find any lodges. You pass through beautiful lush forests, with lots of birds, which makes this section interesting for bird watchers as well. The villages, which have hardly seen any tourists, offer an interesting mix of Buddhist and Hindu cultures. The Himalayas are in view as well and you have especially great view of the Gaurishankar (7.135m). The easy access from Kathmandu is an extra advantage of this section.
Time: 6 days | Difficulty: Moderate

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