Far and away, the most well known name in Nepal is Mt. Everest. Located in the Khumbu region, the tallest mountain in the world is framed by neighbors vying for some of the attention and lined with trails leading all the way up to the summit. These trails are some of the best known in the country as the allure of seeing the famed summit is a strong pull for many. Visiting and trekking in this area is great! The region is accessible, the path is wide and comfortable for hiking, there are some great lodges and the trails are shared with some of the best mountaineers in the world.
Best Months to Visit:
Spring: *March, April, May
Fall: October, *November
Trek the roof of the world
Follow the path of the best climbers on the planet
Be amongst the giants of the Himalayas
Great lodges, sherpa villages and monasteries to explore
Difficulty Range & Duration Options:
Moderate to Strenuous
7 — 24+ Days
Shorter treks are still Moderate because of the altitude of the area and longer treks lean towards Strenuous due to the high elevation, longer days and trail conditions.
Extended your trek to include the lower (far less listed) Khumbu
Heli-trekking at it's finest!
Include Ama Dablam or Everest Base Camps
World class Everest Summitter as a guide
Don't let the standard off the shelf trek fool you! Treks in this area can be done in as short as a week and as long as a month. The trails are well traveled and the options are endless! The difficulty level varies and if seeing the top of the world with your own eyes is on your bucket list - we're more than happy to hand craft a journey to fulfill your dreams and get you there!
If you’re looking to get off-the-beaten-path and explore local culture, take some time to connect with this adventure mecca. This area has a multitude of treks from mild to strenuous that can be as short as a week or as long as a month and is one of the best kept secrets of Nepal.
If you’re on a tight time line, want to see some of the biggest peaks on earth up close and experience trekking in the Himalayas - this is a great area to consider.