The Everest Base Camp trek is a Himalayan trek of lifetime with fascinating views and big rewards. The trek in the Khumbu region where Mount Everest 8,848m the world’s highest mountain and other Himalayan giants soar up to the sky, offers the incredible vistas of these peaks as the trek goes closer to the Everest Base Camp 5357m and Kala Pattar 5545m. The shortest way to get to the Everest Base Camp is to fly to Lukla from Kathmandu and begin the trekking adventure. From Lukla the trekking trial to Everest Base Camp cross passes beautiful valleys, dense forest, glacial rivers and mountainous Sherpa hamlets. Besides Nepal’s fascinating culture and pleasant people trekkers meet whilst trekking to Everest Base Camp is one of the prime highlights of the trek. In brief, Everest being one of the world’s most remarkable sights the Trek to Everest Base Camp is perfectly a moderate trekking adventure.
A photo gallery highlighting the Everest Base Camp Trek, defines very well why in the bucketlist of trekkers across the globe, Everest Base Camp Trek tops the list.
First bridge to EBC- 45 mins walk from Lukla
Mani walls at Ghat- 2 hours walk from Lukla
A musk deer seen on the trial between Namche and Tengboche
Periche- Tobuche, Chola Che and Lobuche Peaks in the view
Dughla Pass 4800m- Way to Lobuche
Ascending up towards Lobuche, Dingboche seen down
Nagashang Ri Hiking
Italian pyramid just above Lobuche
Walking above Gorakshep towards Kalapattar- Mt. Pumori on the view