Everest High Passes Trek

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**Everest region is famous for three main passes: Renjo La, Cho La and Kongma La lying in the region. Everest High Pass trek includes all the three passes in one package and thus is also known as Everest Three Pass Trekking. Being the most arduous and challenging trek of Everest region, it requires a great level of physical fitness and willpower from trekkers. Everest High Pass Trekking is great way to enjoy unique taste of nature and culture of Everest Region including more beautiful landscapes, impressive mountains, narrow ridges and magnificent villages that make the trip a memorable experience for lifetime When you go for this trek, you will get an opportunity to explore the destination of your dream: Everest Base Camp (base of the tallest peak Mount Everest) and Kalapatthar (mountain of black rock) as well as Gokyo Lake and cool glacier flowing down high Himalayas.
As in any normal trekking, you begin this trekking through Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Dingboche, Nagarjuna and so on until you reach Gorakshep. From Gorakshep, trekkers will get the ultimate opportunity to stand in the lap of Mount Everest, i.e. Everest Base Camp. The three main passes are the most significant part of this Everest High Pass Trekking or Everest Three Pass Trekking, which you will get to cross one by one. While climbing and crossing Cho La, Renjo La and Kongma La, it’s going to be the biggest moments of Everest Three Pass Trekking. The toughness of adventure that awards you with intense pleasure – it’s worth undertaking.

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