Everest High Pass Trek

Everest High Pass Trek is an all the more difficult other option to the customary trek to Everest Base Camp with a climb of Kala Patar and Gokyo Ri and additionally crossing the Himalayan mountain passes of Cho La and Renjo La.

After Base Camp we exit over the Cho La pass into the Gokyo valley as opposed to remembering an indistinguishable trail back to Namche from per the standard Everest Base Camp agenda. Toward the beginning of the day we climb Gokyo Ri for perspectives of the Everest massif and toward the evening we investigate the various chilly lakes in the zone. Subsequent to intersection our last pass of the Renjo La we drop into the Thame valley, one of the primary exchanging courses with Tibet, and afterward stroll back to Namche Bazaar and Lukla.

This is a standout amongst the most stupendous treks in the Everest locale. The trek is very strenuous, however the explorer is remunerated with some inconceivable perspectives and visits to intriguing Himalayan towns. We travel north from Namche Bazaar toward Everest Base Camp and Kalapattar. At that point we continue west intersection Cho La Pass (5368m) and touching base in Gokkyo Valley at or over 4800m. We are encompassed by pinnacles and lakes here. We climb Gokyo crest (5360mtr) in a day climb and after that head facilitate west to Renjo La (5365mtr) and Thame Valley. Thame valley is one of only a handful couple of old exchange courses amongst Nepal and Tibet which are as yet dynamic bringing modest items generally from China and taking few privately created merchandise back. As trek finishes the hover at Namche Bazaar trekker will have now observed each of the three valleys of the Everest Region- – Khumbu, Gokyo, and Thame individually. From Thame we take the trail to Namche and Lukla for our arrival flight.