Everest Region of Nepal
It’s doesn’t matter if you say Mount Everest, sagarmatha, chomolongma (mother goddess of the world) it is the ultimate aim for all who dream of mountains. No wonder this journey has became the most popular trek in the Himalayas. Everest is simply the best known summit among dozens of bewitchingly beautiful mountains that flank valleys inhabited by people whose hospitality is celebrated worldwide.
Known also as the solu khumbu the towering mountains of the Everest region are unrivalled in their sheer scale and majesty. Most routes In the Everest region lead to Everest Base Camp, however there are side trails to explore and more remote path to discover as well as challenging trekking peaks to climb. Whatever paths you follow though you will soon be immersed in the austere beauty of this inspiring trekking region.
The People of the khumbu !
The hope land if Sherpa people who renowned for their immense and strength as well as their wonderful disposition. Sherpa tensing norgay is still the most famous of the all sherpas having successfully summated Everest with sir Edmund Hillary in 1953 many others sherpas has famous in mountaineering histories. They are predominantly Buddhist and earn their income primarily from tourism and climbing mountains.
The Mountains in Everest Region
Of course the head of the globe Mount Everest now (8848.86m) however this is a region blessed with a multi of soaring peaks such as Lotse,Nupse and Makalu, although it is perhaps AmaDablam that the most beautiful of them all and can see like next step of you. Whichever if you choose Everest trek you will enjoy spectacular views of numerous Himalayan mountains. You may be lucky enough to see climbing preparing for their summit attempts if you trek to base camp.
When to go!
Whenever! you can go are the prime months for the trekking in the Everest region is the March and April and September to November in the autumn. It is also possible to trek to EBC in December when the paths ate quieter although it can be pretty chilly at this time of years. Trail can certainly be busy during the autumn and spring but the days warm clear views and camaraderie with other trekkers In the tea houses and lodges along the path make a great trek in your life.