10 Best Place To Visit In Everest Three High Passes Trek
10 Best Place To Visit In Everest Three High Passes Trek Overview
Everest three high passes trek is one of the countless viewpoints in the Everest region that takes you on the most thrilling journey, which is especially for those trekkers who want to experience adventuring and a challenging trip around Nepal. This trek is much more difficult but makes your struggling efforts worthwhile by taking you to the cold climatic viewpoint of seeing eye-catching snow-capped high altitudes.
Everest three high passes trek lies at the Sagarmatha National Park, which is listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO and also known as the homeland of spotting rare and endangered species of 118 birds, rare animals like Musk Deer, Snow Leopard, Red Pandas, and Himalayan Black Bear. This park covers an area of about 1148 sq. km.
Everest three high passes trail offers a close view of the world’s highest peaks, Mt.Everest, Mt Lhotse, Mt. Mkalau, Mt.Cho Oyu, and other small peaks, including religious aspects of Sherpa culture, spotting monasteries and glacial lake can be the best exciting and overwhelming journey on Everest Region.
Everest region is a paradise for trekkers and mountaineers to explore scenic natural views. Every place has an equally eye-catching view. Besides them, here are some of the ten best places to visit on Everest three high passes trek;
Namche Bazar is the most famous living heaven in the Everest region of Nepal, which is known as the gateway to the world’s highest peak Mount Everest. It is located at an altitude of 3440m above sea level.
It is located on the northeastern side of Nepal in the Solukhumbu district. Namche Bazaar lies at the heart of province No.1 in the Khumbu region of Pasanglhamu rural municipality.
Namche Bazaar is well-known as the best trading place to get all the essential trekking gear and pieces of equipment, food products, hotels, and restaurants. Namche Bazar has many lodges and guest houses with excellent sanitation, which will fulfill the guest’s requirements with appropriate accommodations, food menus, and proper guidance.
The beautiful and colorful town of Namche Bazaar is enriched with Buddhist and indigenous Sherpa culture. Despite having natural views, cultural aspects, and a Sherpa museum, Namche Bazar has innocent locals who believe their guests to be the living god. They heartily welcome their guests with fine hospitality and respect.
Everest View Hotel:
Everest View Hotel is the world’s most famous hotel in the Everest region, which offers perfect services for travelers on an eye-catching viewpoint of Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Amadablam, and other peaks.
It is listed on the Guinness Book of World Records for situating on the world’s highest place of about 13000ft. This highly praised hotel is also mentioned in the world heritage sites by UNESCO and is still featured among thousands of guidebooks with high popularity of name and fame.
Many trekkers from Namche Bazaar choose to go to the Everest view hotel in the morning time to maintain altitude sickness.
Hotel Everest View was built with the main purpose of providing the perfect experience of enjoying 360-degree views of Mount Everest and other Mountain ranges from every door to the windows of rooms.
The fine structure of the hotel was designed by Japanese architecture, Yoshinobu Kumagaya. It was completed with the mutual coordination and cooperation of the local Sherpa residents.
Tengboche Monastery is one of the most famous monasteries in Nepal, which is also well known as Dawa Choling Gompa. It is located in the Khumjung in the Khumbu region of eastern Nepal. This place offers visitors a spectacular panoramic view of snow-capped mountains like Mt. Everest, Mt. Ama Dablam, and Mt. Lhotse.
This place is situated at the top of the hill, surrounded by a dense forest of pines and colorful vegetation.
Every October, Tengboche Monastery hosts the colorful festival of Mani Rimdu, which is celebrated by Buddhist people by dancing and singing the songs and music played by the Lama and Guru with their instruments.
During this festival, the local peoples offer their visitors or guests to participate in their festivals. Tengboche has a few lodges and guest houses of great hospitality in its village and also has many camping sites where a visitor can build their camps and enjoy nature.
Kong Ma La Pass:
Kong Ma La Pass, situated at 5540m above sea level, is an exciting but challenging pass compared to others in the high-altitude of Everest region. This pass will take you to the foot of the world’s highest peak Mount Lhotse.
This pass offers travelers spectacular views of Mountain ranges like Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Amadablam, and other peaks with a beautiful glacial lake.
Kong Ma La pass goes through the beautiful small village of Dingboche and the Chhukung valley.
Various praying flags and chortens of great spirituality and purity can be spotted while crossing the Kong Ma La.
Everest Base Camp:
The world’s highest mountain, South Everest Base Camp, with an altitude of 5,364m from sea level, is a popular worldwide destination for trekkers and is located in the Everest Himalayan region of Nepal.
Everest base camp lies in the Sagarmatha National Park, which is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and offers to explore the world’s tallest snow-capped mountain peak Mount Everest and many other peaks with many scenic views of the Khumbu glacier, diverse plant life, and wildlife.
Trekkers and mountaineers can enjoy an attractive and impressive hike around the alpine topography of snow-capped mountains and ice.
Kala Patthar View Point:
Kala Patthar is the highest destination for panoramic and close views of the world’s highest peak Mt. Everest and many other peaks on the Everest three high passes trek.
Kala Patthar lies at an altitude of 5,555m above sea level, which is the best place for seeing sunrise and sunset views. It is the closest site to the Everest base camp, lying at the southern ridge of Mt.Pulmori of the Mahalnagur Himalayas.
Kala Patthar is a viewpoint with no lodges that can be reached within two-three hours from Gorakshep, the last stop for Kala Patthar and Everest base camp.
Scenic Gokyo Valley:
Scenic Gokyo valley, located in the Everest Region of Nepal in the Solukhumbu district, has the best eye-catching views of its surroundings. This valley lies at an elevation of 4,750m which offers stunning views of snow-capped mountains.
Gokyo valley offers a less crowded and peaceful environment with a beautiful glacial lake beside the valley.The valley is the leading destination for traveling up to the summit of Gokyo Ri and Renjo La Pass.
There are lots of guest houses and lodges which will welcome their guests with warm- hospitality and offers their guests proper food items and accommodations according to the needs of their guests.
Gokyo valley not only offers natural views, but this valley is also enriched by local people of great hospitality, religious aspects, and cultural vistas of Hindus and Buddhists.
Cho La Pass:
Chola Pass is the most popular high pass among Nepal’s three high passes trek. This exciting route lies at 5420m above sea level in the Solukhumbu District of Nepal.
Cho La pass is quite challenging because of unstable glaciers, so one must need special trekking equipment from the concerned authority for a safe and comfortable journey.
The paradise place, Cho La Pass, offers perfect panoramic views of snow-capped mountains like Mt. Cho Oyu ( 8,201 meters), Mt. Everest (8,848 meters), and other peaks. This heavenly land on the earth also rewards trekkers with the fantastic reflection of mountains above the surface of a glacial lake.
Gokyo Ri is the ideal place in the Everest region on the western side of the Ngozumpa glacier, also known as the most prominent Himalayan glacier in Nepal.
Gokyo Ri, located at an altitude of 5,357m, is well-known as the best scenic spot in the Khumbu region. This scenic route has 19 freshwater lakes and a small beautiful Gokyo village at the base of Gokyo Ri.This place offers magnificent close views of peaks like Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, and Mt. Cho Oyu, which are above 8,000 meters. It is the most beautiful destination for trekkers around the globe because of the eye-catching scene of Gokyo Lake, Ngozumpa glacier, and 360-degree Mountain views.
Renjo La Pass:
Renjo La pass is located at an altitude of 5,360m in the Everest region of Nepal, which offers a majestic landscape view of Mount Everest, Mt. Lhotse, and Mt. Makalu from the top of Renjo La Pass.
Renjo La Pass is among one the three high passes of the Everest region that goes crossing Gokyo Lake. After crossing from Renjo La, travelers can explore various religious peoples of indigenous Sherpa and Rai, having unique lifestyles. Most of the World’s highest peak climbers, Sherpa people, live in this area.
This trekking route is well enriched by both Hindu and Buddhist historical places. Besides, the ideal time to visit the Renjo La Pass trek is from march-to May and September to November because, during this season, there are lesser trekkers, and the climate is quite soothing and pleasant. The weathers in these months are relatively stable, and you can explore the great charms of Renjo La Pass without facing any issues.
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