Trip Difficulty: Easy
Trip Style: Family Holiday
Transport: Private Vehicle & Flight
Food: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Teahouse or Lodge
Group Size: 2-16
Max Elevation: Namche Bazaar (3440m)
- Catch the electrifying Lukla flight with the most scenic mountain views.
- Eat breakfast in the Everest View Hotel, the 5-star hotel at the highest altitude in the world.
- Walk on the terrains of the Everest region along with the local Sherpa bypassers and their typical villages.
- Collect blessing at several monasteries, chortens, and Gompas on the trekking trails.
- Enjoy the day-tour to the Khumjung village and the Hillary School.
- Walk through the land of diverse vegetation, flora, and fauna inside the Sagarmatha National Park.
- Explore the trading hub of the Khumbu region, the Namche Bazaar.
- Enjoy the picturesque views of Mt. Everest in a short and comfortable manner.
Everest View Trek is among the shortest treks in the Everest region. It is also called as Everest Panorama Trek. This Trek offers the closest views of the mountain ranges in the Everest region.
This is the best option for the trekkers who are time-bound but still wish to see the close-up panoramic views of snow-covered mountains. It includes views of Mt Everest along with Mt.Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Khumbila, Khanga, and so on. This is a short and feasible trekking option in the Everest region for those who are time-bounded for the ideal Everest Base Camp Trek.
This 7 days trek is a moderate-grade trek. You will be trekking up to Everest View Hotel. And catch the spectacular mountain-views and descend back. So, the trekkers form any age group can opt for this trek. The trek suits both the novice as well as experienced trekkers.
Plus, with the total cost of USD 825, you can plan this trek at any time of the year. Because the weather and temperatures up to the Namche Bazaar and the Everest View Hotel are quite stable and bearable.
Along with the crisp mountain views, this trek also offers you a close encounter with the local Sherpa people and their typical lifestyle. Passing through their scattered settlements you will witness several Chorten, monasteries, Buddhist prayer flags, and ancient monasteries. These highlights add beauty to the trek in the Everest region.
Plus, you will be walking through the lush rhododendron forests in the lower altitudes. While you will explore the forests of pines and juniper as you ascend further on the trail. The diverse alpine vegetation, birds, and animals keep you accompanied throughout your walking time.
This trek fulfills your dream of trekking to the Everest region. The trek keeps you aside from the risk of altitude sickness. Because you ascend to the maximum height of 3880 meters. There are least chances of altitude-related sickness if you walk cautiously.
Best Time for Everest View Trek
The month of September, October, November (Autumn) marks the best time for the Everest View Trek. These months have an average daytime temperature in the Namche Bazaar ranging from 12 - 16 degree Celsius. This is the time when the days are usually warm with the best scenic views under the deep blue sky. This is the dry month with the least chances of rain and snowfall. So, trekking is quite easier and pleasant this time.
While the temperature remains around -6 to 20 degrees in the Spring season (March, April, May). Such temperatures make this season the second best time for trekking in the Khumbu region. Trekking in Spring means you will be walking under the rhododendron blossoms. The glowing of flowers everywhere adds charm to your trek.
Plus the clearest views of the mountainscapes, landscapes, and the patches of Sherpa villages add beauty to the trek. On this dry time, there is the least chance of fog and cloud obstructing the visibility.
Beside Autumn and Spring, the months of Summer (June, July, August) and Winter (December, January, February) are also the time for the Everest View Trek. Summer month make the trail slippery with bugs and leeches. While the winter month is quite cold with dense snow. These months add a bit difficulty to the trek but with proper packing and preparation, you can do the trek.
To plan the trek according to your preference or to customize the trip, contact us.
Trek Difficulty During Everest View Trek
This is moderate trek where you do not have to learn technical skills for the trek. With a good physique and well-prepared backpack, any trekker can opt for this trek.
On this trek, you will walk to the largest heights at 3880 meters to the Everest region. Although the chances of altitude sickness are low, some may feel the symptoms of the sickness. In such a case, you need to maintain your body hydration and walk slowly.
You will be walking on average of 5-6 hours each day along the rugged terrains on the bank of Dudh Koshi river. Walking slowly and enjoying the side-views this is not a difficult trail.
Plus, unlike other trekking trails, you will find ample of teahouses in the trekking trail. So, despite the season of your trek, you will have lesser difficulty in finding the place for comfortable accommodation and food.
Excluding the trek’s lesser difficulties, you will have to take a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. As Lukla is nearest to the mountains, the bad weather can hit the place at any time. Because of which the flight delays and cancellations are very common. So, before you come for this trek, you should come prepared for such unexpected happenings.