Everest base camp Gokyo trekking is a perfect hidden lake trek in Nepal.
Name of Everest is Sagarmatha (in Nepali language) or Chhomolungma (in Tibetan Language) or Everest (for sure in English). Everest is one of the most visited trekking destinations in Nepal and everest base camp gokyo trekking is the famous and adventurous trekking in the Everest region for your adventure trip to Nepal. Visiting the Everest base camp and gokyo makes everest base camp gokyo trekking a perfect destination to know the culture and tradition in Sherpa hubs like Namche, Thame, Khumjung, Phortse and Dhole.
All of these sherpa villages are on the way to everest base camp gokyo trekking trail, which will bring a smile and amazement on your face from the simplicity of their happy life. Really close and stunning views of mountains like mt Everest, mt Lhotse, mt Nuptse, mt Ama Dablam, mt Thamserku and far away mt Makalu defines everest base camp gokyo trekking a perfect way of spending your adventure holidays.
Another highlight of the everest base camp cho la pass trekking is crossing over the Cho La Pass (5420 m) and head up to Kalapattar (at 5545 m). Generally Gokyo – Everest Base Camp – Cho-la Pass trek is adventurous in character because we pass some hurdles at the Chola-pass and other minor passes like Thukla pass before lobuche village. The ascend of uphill to the Kalpattar is not easy, but the mind blowing views from the top of kalapatthar will create a memory lasting for a lifetime.
Hidden joy of trekking !!
Reaching the Everest base camp , Gokyo Ri and Kalapatthar will be a joyous experience after all the excitement and challenges along the everest base camp gokyo trek. And the entire World’s highest mountain will be just in front of you with thousands of snow capped top really close teasing you, Everest is 5 kilometer in distance from the base camp.
Among all, Gokyo Ri (5370 m) is one of the most awaited destinations after completing EBC and Chola-pass. View of the wide mountain range and the gokyo lakes from the top of the Gokyo Ri is definitely one of the major highlights of the trek, you might have seen the picture in the front page of lonely planet book; it will look the same. The Gokyo lakes are in cascade pattern, which makes trekking in this area even more beautiful and interesting for trekkers. You will spend a night in the Gokyo village, right next to the 3rd lake and it’s bright blue water. During winter the water might be frozen but still looks cool.