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Our awesome Everest treks
What are Everest treks in Nepal?
Everest treks have been calling out to trekkers and climbers since Mount Everest first appeared in the telescopes of mountain surveyors. And the trails that climb through the foothills of the world’s highest mountain still offer some of the most challenging treks in Nepal.
Like other regions in Nepal, this region of Solu and Khumbu have been extensively developed for trekking, with well-maintained trails and plentiful lodges. But the routes in this region start higher and stay higher.
Solu and Khumbu are the homeland of the Sherpa people. Therefore, the region counts many Buddhist monuments such as stupas, chortens, mani walls and gompas. Bring extra memory cards for your camera as it’s so easy to go snapping-crazy around here!
Why should I go on a trekking in the Everest region?
This region’s pristine landscapes, rugged trails, and Sherpa culture make it a top choice if you are into an adventure and nature. As you venture through remote villages, traverse suspension bridges, and conquer challenging terrains, you will find yourself immersed in a place that’s just out of this world. This is the place to be, if you are seeking a true sense of adventure and personal accomplishment.
What can I expect from the terrain and views?
And what can I expect from the trekking trails?
What is the best season for Everest treks?
Spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) are the best seasons to trek in this region. During these times, the weather is relatively stable, with clear skies and moderate temperatures. Also, these seasons offer excellent visibility, allowing you to savor the panoramic vistas of the Himalayan peaks.
Which Everest trek is best for me?
Take the amount of days, the maximum height and season into consideration. Need help? Just send us a message via firstname.lastname@example.org. Or start a chat on WhatsApp via the green button below right away!