Gokyo Lakes and Gokyo Ri Trek

Posted by Trekking in Nepal

Kathmandu, Central Development Region, Nepal

This is one of the more bold treks in the Everest Himalayas, following the high course go of Cho La (5330m) into the Base Camp of Mount Everest. This rising takes after the Dudh Koshi and Khumbu valleys from the country of the Sherpa individuals to the Gokyo valley, which gives amazing perspectives of four 8,000m pinnacles; Everest, Cho Oyu, Makalu and the biggest icy mass in Nepal, the Ngozumpa ice sheet. We visit the turquoise Gokyo lakes before following the strides of the sasquatch over the high course go of Cho La (5330m) into the Base Camp of Mount Everest.

Following the Dudh Koshi waterway valley brings you towards the clamoring market town of Namche Bazaar which has an awesome air, ideal for drenching up the heavenly mountain view. Stunning perspectives of a portion of the greatest mountains on the planet give an emotional background as you wander facilitate into the Khumbu valley. Subsequent to trekking to Gokyo, the arrival completes the course Everest Base Camp, a climb of Kalar Pattar for quit for the day of Everest, down to the dazzling Tengboche Monastery, Khumjung town, Namche Bazaar lastly back to Lukla.

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