Everest Base Camp Trek on Lonely Planet’s Top 10 Treks

Everest Base Camp Trek on Lonely Planet’s Top 10 Treks

Posted Feb 14th, 2011 under Trekking & Hiking,

Everest Base Camp Trek in Nepal has been voted by Lonely Planet as one of the  ‘10 Best Treks in the World‘. The write-up says  “…reaching a height of 5,545m (18,193ft) at Kala Pattar, this three-week trek is extremely popular with those who want to be able to say, ‘I’ve been to the base of the world’s highest mountain…’” Though many readers have expressed dismay at not finding Annapurna Circuit on the list, some feel that Annapurna has been sidetracked because of the newly built roads on the circuit.

The other classic treks  on the list are:

GR20, France ; Inca Trail, Peru ;Pays Dogon, Mali; Indian Himalayas, India; Overland Track, Australia; Routeburn Track, New Zealand; The Narrows, USA; The Haute Route, France-Switzerland and Baltoro Glacier & K2, Pakistan.

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