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Trekking to Everest Region

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Trekking to Everest Region

All set for your lifetime trekking experience in Everest Region? You have heard a lot about trekking in Everest Region on the news, in travel magazines, and more. Yet, the trance will come true if only you dare to go for it. Undoubtedly, anyone, your family or friends, will be jealous listening to your stories and looking at the pictures taken after trekking in Everest Region. Plus, you will credit yourself for the accomplishment of a daring experience off your bucket list. Just dare it, and you will achieve the most beautiful experience of your life? Your dream will be no more a dream. It will come true soon, and all you need to make is prepared to begin your trek in the Everest Area.

What is most astonishing?

Researching on the internet is what anyone does before trekking to Everest Region. You need to know that a snowy path in some sections will accompany you. The visibility will be clear if you choose the best season to trek in Everest Region, which begins from mid-September to November. When you see the views of Mt. Everest, the highest peak on the earth, for the first time, you will be left enthralled. You can feel the proximity with the peak views, which is one of the unforgettable experiences. You may also choose to go for peak climbing in several other mountains in Everest Region to witness the nearest views of Mount Everest. There are many other incredible snow-topped peaks like Mt. Nuptse (7879m), Mt. Pumori (7161m), Mt. Lhotse (8516m), etc. Stunning peaks will accompany you. The Dudh Koshi River, valleys, beautiful waterfalls, and even glaciers are the most fantastic trekking in the Everest Area.

Culture Trekking in Everest

In the Everest Region, you will notice singled-roofed houses. For centuries, villages have remained unchanged, and modernization has not yet touched the traditions and lifestyles of inhabitants. It would help if you were prepared for walking since the usual modes of transportation are not found there because of lack of roads. Farming is the principal medium for people living in the Everest Area.

You will also get to explore around ancient monasteries, hear antique prayers being recited. You may get to see ancient rituals being performed in the monasteries. Plus, the colorful prayer flags with Buddhist prayers hung on poles mesmerize you whenever it flutters.

Weather During trek

Indeed, you want to experience trekking to the Everest Region in the best way. The weather also plays a vital role in making your trip one of the beautiful experiences. Clear mountain views are what enthrall you during the trip. So, if you want to witness the peak views in clear weather, you need to trek during the autumn months. In spring, beautifully bloomed flowers will captivate you.

The choice is yours. Choose the right time and make this an experience of a lifetime. Carry camera, good walking shoes, and clothes and take pleasure in every minute.

COMMENT(1)

  1. Ron Hicks

    I’m trekking in Nov 2018 and I’m out searching for outer clothing.
    The temp seems to vary from +15 C during the day at lower altitudes to – 15 C early mornings and evenings.

    My plan is to take a medium down jacket plus a lightweight wind cheater + an ultra lightweight rainproof.
    I’m being told that I’ll only wear the down jacket when I’m “stationary” as it will be too warm, so for most of the time it will be in my pack
    (weighing me down!). Secondly the lightweight wind cheaters on the market are all tight as they are worn mainly for running.
    NHT clothes list suggest all three. Any advice? (I don’t want to buy a medium weight rain/windcheater as it will be on and off all the time and reduces the layering options)

    Any friendly advice would be hugely helpful.

    Many thanks,
    Ron

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