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Everest Region Trek

Everest region is more popular for trekking.But it is a more pilgrimage than a trek. In terms of popularity, the region runs second to Annapurna. That said, the majority of trekkers in Solukhumbu, the Everest region, are all heading up the same trail. From the alarming airstrip at Lukla, the trail leads north into mountainous Khumbu, the dizzyingly high Sherpa homeland. Solu-Khumbu is the easiest area in Nepal to hire a woman porter, a Sherpani  although few speak enough English to serve as guides.
The trail forks above the Sherpa capital of Namche Bazaar .One route leads to Everest Base Camp and the viewpoint of Kala Pattar; the other for the beautiful Gokyo Lakes. Both high points are about eight days from Lukla, and can be combined by crossing the high pass of the chola.It’s a stunning route, and offers a great way to acclimatize, but the extra five to seven days’ walking is too much for many people. You should leave slack in your schedule even if you’re flying, though, as getting a place on a plane out of Lukla can be problematic if bad weather causes cancellations to stack up.
Everest isn’t as heavily trekked as Annapurna, its high-altitude environment is even more fragile. Khumbu, with less than four thousand inhabitants, receives anything from ten to twenty thousand trekkers a year, and probably twice as many porters.The Everest Region Trek is one of the most popular trekking regions in Nepal; it is the most stunning vista in the country and for this reason has turn into one of the the majority sought after adventure trips in the world. The Everest region Trek is deliberated for adventurous trekkers who desire to experience a long, pleasing trek.
Everest Base Camp (5,320m/17,450ft) is the key right of way to do Everest region trek which endow with magnificent outlook and put forward immense challenges to even for the most veteran and experienced trekkers.

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