Everest Region Trekking

Everest Region Trekking

Trekking to Everest region is undoubtedly the most opted trekking experience, popular worldwide. Trek to the beautifully landscaped wilderness in nature is listed as one of the best trips in the world. Everest trek trail winds through legendary Sherpa villages, rugged terrains, and exemplary biodiversities of Sagarmatha National Park, tranquilizing landscapes, serene monasteries and to the foothills of colossal mountain ridges. The views of gargantuan Himalayan peaks, including the awe-inspiring tallest peak Mt. Everest (8848m) from different angles and the opportunity to witness the extremely mesmerizing turquoise and glacier lakes are the delightful moments.

Beginning with one of the most thrilling flights of the world from Kathmandu to Lukla Everest Trek traverses through the numerous valleys along the dense rhododendron and bamboo vegetation crossing the high passes. It is an opportunity to well acclimatize and explore the culture and nature of the region.

The trekking to the Everest region normally revolves round the wide secluded valleys resembling the Tibetan Highland valleys, challenging linking passes between two valleys which are even higher than 5000m, cultural lives in the scattered settlements in the villages, sacred ancient monasteries, the close views of majestic Himalayas, unique wildlife, deep gorges cut by the influential Himalayan rivers, beautiful Himalayan lakes and glaciers and most importantly above all these the trek is throughout the regions in the high altitude ranging from 2800m to above 5000m. The trek to Everest unfolds the unique blend of extreme rawness in nature and the cultural lives which have been harmoniously living in the region for years.

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Cosmic Trekking & Expedition Pvt. Ltd Everest treks are most popular trekking in the world because of world’s tallest Mount Everest. We have More than 12 popular Everest treks in Mount Everest trekking region of Nepal. Without doubt Everest treks…
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