10 reasons why you should do Everest high passes trek

10 reasons why you should do Everest high passes trek are:

  1.   Challenging but Rewarding.                
  2.  Diversity            
  3.  Less Trodden           
  4. Awesome Circuit.               
  5.  Part of Tibet Trail.                 
  6.  Phenomenal Views.               
  7.  Thrilling Flight to Lukla.                   
  8.   Exclusive Sherpa Culture.                   
  9.   Seven Different Destinations.                   
  10.   Experience Altitude.

1. Challenging but Rewarding:

Everest High passes trek is indeed very challenging but is very rewarding as well. Spending Two weeks over 4000 m at subzero temperature and continuously doing undulating trail with altitude variation requires a great deal of physical and psychological intensity. It is a perfect choice for the trekkers who seek ultimate challenge and are ready to go an extra mile to experience ultimate adventure.

Furthermore, though a technical and strenuous-plus adventure yet none requires any technical climbing experience. Going over these daring and physically challenging passes, walking over the Ngozumpa glacier, the longest glacier in the Himalayas and delightful walk to the base of the world highest mountain is indeed confronting.

However, at the end of the day when you look back to all those physically demanding accomplishment you would comprehend the worth of doing it. It seriously adds up a great deal of positive vibes to your life.

sunrise on Everest

2. Diversity:

a. Walk into the country’s first Natural World Heritage Site is indeed very spiritual.
b. The incredible vegetation of green pine, birch, Junipers and rhododendron forest at high terrains of rock and ice.
c. The Sagarmatha national park provides habitat to more than 118 species of birds.
d. Different passes with diverse view, level of difficulty delivering awesome experience.
e. It further includes Deep valleys of Bhotekoshi, Gokyo and its beautiful turquoise glacial lakes, Iconic Khumbu ice-fall, Everest base camp and many more.

3. Less Crowded:

Everest high passes trek is less trodden as compared to the commercial Everest Base Camp and Gokyo. However, this incredible high passes trip gives anyone a great deal of opportunity to observe and admire the beauty and challenges of nature. Figuratively, you can do all this while staying away from the maddening crowd and relishing your serenity. Since Everest Three Passes Trek being the strenuous-plus adventure it hardly appeals to most of the people.

4. Real Circuit trek:

Everest high passes trek is indeed a true circuit trek that offers an everyday transformation in valleys and landscapes. Travelers can experience the everyday variation which is simply sensational. The views that this trek has to offer to the travelers are away from the world. Furthermore, the trekkers can feel the genuine trekking experience.

5. Part of Tibet trail:

Being at outstanding village of Thame takes you back to the ancient era of the Sherpas. Walking on a trail that Sherpa people took to migrate from Tibet to Khumbu Valley is remarkable. Moreover, witnessing these Tibetan valleys and mountains offers you a second to none experience of observing and understanding the History of Sherpas.

6. Great Views:

This amazing Three Pass Trek offers you spectacular views right from the very first day. The view of deep gorges, lively hills, and skyrocketing snow-capped mountains are away from the world. From Namche and onward you are literally surrounded by this majestic peaks and all are in very close range which is mind-boggling. Renjo Pass delivers you one of the best views of Mount Everest. Gokyo Ri provides you the most miraculous view of the four world’s highest peaks – Everest (first), Lhotse (fourth), Makalu (Fifth) and Cho-Oyu (sixth).

The view of mountains and turquoise lakes at Gokyo is yet another unbelievable attraction. The close up view of Everest from Kalapatthar can’t be denied. Being at Everest Base camp and watching the gateway to the summit gives you a great impression of contentment. The feeling is away from the world when you are in the middle literally fenced by the grandiose snow mountains.

7. Lukla flight:

The town of Lukla, now the starting point of prominent Everest Base camp trek or Everest Expedition is indeed miraculous. The Tenzing-Hillary Airport in Lukla at the elevation of 2,840 m/9.317 feet is one of the most extreme and thrilling high altitude airport which is inclined that assists stopping the speeding small plane. Carved into the plateau of high-mountain, Lukla airport was built by Sir Edmund Hillary in 1964. The way it is located is simply mesmeric.

Furthermore, its runway length is 527 m / 1,729 feet and its width is 30 m / 98 feet and flying in and out of Lukla has always been an inspiring experience among trekkers. This trip offers you the opportunity to adore this delightful 40 minutes flight experience with remarkable panoramic mountain views. Flying through the high mountains and eventually when you cruise down to the small airstrip is indeed an adventure of a lifetime.

8. Sherpa villages and Monasteries:

Besides the grandiose view and diversity this trek offers you the opportunity to visit the very cultural Sherpa Villages. The very stunning Sherpa settlements of Namche, Thame, Dingboche, and Pangboche are simply marvelous. Likewise, the spectacular Thame monastery, Khumjung Monastery, Pangbuche Monastery and the famous Tengboche Monastery demonstrates the influence of Tibetan Buddhism. Visiting these Monasteries and Sherpa villages give you an opportunity to observe and understand the local culture closely. Monasteries of Khumjung and Pangboche displays you the remains of Yeti Scalp and few body parts which is astounding. To lit a butter lamp at the most active monastery of Tengboche is very spiritual.

9. Seven different destinations over 5000 m:

While most of the treks have one or two highlights and destinations over 5000 m but Everest high passes trek offers you 7. These 7 different destinations over 5000 m each of them with its own beauty and challenge are –

  1.  Renjo Pass (5,360 m/17,585 feet).
  2.  Gokyo Ri (5,480 m / 17,979 feet).
  3. Chola Pass (5,420 m/17,782 feet).
  4. Kalapathar (5,545 m/18,192 feet).
  5. Everest Base Camp (5,535 m/ 18,159 feet)
  6. And Kongmala Pass. (5,360 m/ 17,585 feet)
  7. Gorakshep (5,164 m / 16,942 ft  – Sleeping Elevation)

10. Experience the altitude without technical climbing:

Spending nearly two weeks over 4,400 m and going over 5,000 m gives anyone a great sense of achievements. In very true sense Everest high passes trek offers anyone the best experience of altitude without any technical climbing. It is certainly a best way to experience adventure in the wilderness. when it comes to extreme trekking in Nepal Everest High passes trek will be an ideal choice.

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