Anyone looking for a quick and simple climb in the Everest region of Nepal can consider doing the Mount Everest View Trek, also known as the Everest Panorama Trek. With this quick hike, it takes just eight days to fully experience Mount Everest's magnificence. The track is well-traveled and clearly marked.
The Everest mini trekking of 8 days starts from Kathmandu to Lukla after a 30-minute flight and reaches maximum up to Tengboche Monastery including a German bakery shop.
Nevertheless, it helps to understand the culture of Sherpas (mountain people) who have inhabited the region since the time of yore. You can explore the site and get acquainted with many Sherpas in the region. It is a trekking that combines natural beauty with the culture of the region.
The fascinating beauty of Khumjung and memorable meetings with legendary Sherpa people will make the trip more meaningful. They are expert mountaineering people without who the Everest expedition is almost impossible. Due to genetic reasons, Sherpa can easily adjust to such an altitude.
Some of these adaptations include unique Hemoglobin and doubled nitric oxide production. Everest View Trek starts from Lukla - a 30-minute flight from Kathmandu. Landing at this tiny airstrip, the adventure really begins.
During the trek, we spend several days passing through the homelands of the Sherpa people, their villages, and Buddhist monasteries, with close-up views of Mt. Everest and neighboring Ama Dablam, considered by many to be among the most beautiful mountains in Nepal.
Much of the Everest View Trek takes place at high altitudes, and so we spend a few days at the beginning of the trek acclimatizing. Everest View Trek gives a chance to see the best view of the Everest Region from Syngboche, where there is a luxurious hotel called Everest View Hotel. This place is famous for Everest View from distance and provides some local villages sightseeing in Mountain.
Everest View Trek Guide
The guide provided by Nepal Trek Adventures works with 100% success on every trek and tour in Nepal. They are well experienced, licensed, and professional related to this field with excellent English speaking skills.
They have dealt with many clients throughout the world and are very good at connecting with people even in a very short period of time. As they are from this field and are working for years, they have knowledge about the trek and provide information related to this trek and the route completely throughout the journey.
Health and Physical Fitness Required for Everest View Trekking
As we all know, trekking is somehow a challenge. We won’t say the trek route will be easy because it's not easy as walking on a straight path. So for trekking, a person's health and physical fitness are necessary. As we hike from low land to high land, it's better to be fit both physically and mentally.
Every day, we will hike for 4 to 5 hours approximately so it is better to be prepared for that. So to make this view trek to Everest a bit easy, you can do some pre-training courses regarding some physical activities like jogging, climbing, stair-case walking, running, swimming, etc. Your health is very important so it is better to do a regular whole-body check-up before the trek and act according to the doctor's prescription.
Everest View Trek Difficulty
Everest View Trek is rated at a moderate (and difficult in some places) level of trekking. This Trek is less difficult than Everest Trek. The first half of the trek is easy and moderate but the second half of the trek is slightly difficult (i.e. Namche Bazar). Some of the trail (up to Namche bazaar) is rocky, steep, and sloppy.
But during the trial, it's easy to trek but some trails (from Namche Bazaar to Tengboche) are moderately to difficult as the trail is sloppy to steep. Sometimes, the weather also affects the difficulty level of trekking. So maintaining your pace and packing wisely and lightly will help in trekking easily.
Essential Things to carry during Everest View Trek
The following things are essential while trekking to Everest View Trek:
- Day backpack with cover and thermal bottles
- Trekking/Walking pole (if you need it)
- Water purifying pills
- Thick sleeping bag
- Personal things like toothbrushes, paste, soap, shampoo, wipes, tissue paper, sanitizer, etc
- Camera, cell phone and accessories, headlight, etc
- First aid kits
- Carry some cash as well
Best Season for Everest View Trek
There are four seasons in the Everest Region and in the whole country – summer, winter, autumn, and spring. Autumn and spring are the most popular for trekking in the Everest region as moderate sunshine and low rainfall make this season a favorite for trekkers.
If you are trekking in summer (monsoon), there is the possibility of rainfall and can experience an accidental slip on wet trails. In winter, trekking might be tricky for new trekkers as they would not have been familiar with the coldness of the Everest Region. Also, some trails might be closed due to heavy snowfall as the temperature might get low to -25 degrees.
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