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Everest base camp trek ranked on top 4th best trek on Lonely Planet
June 27, 2020 No Responses (Shreeram) Nepal Trek Hub
Everest base camp trek ranked on top 4th best trek on Lonely Planet published an exclusive article on 25 June 2020 in the title of The 10 best treks in the world. Lonely Planet is one of the world’s oldest guidebooks providers and has the world largest information on its website which includes all the world tourism activities data.
The Everest base camp trek is an adventure trek that passes through Sherpa villages, diversified landscape, glaciers and finally to the lap of the world’s highest mountain–Mt Everest 8848 Meter. The lonely planet website published the article on The 10 best treks in the world and included the trek to it’s no 4 rankings.
Reaching a height of 5,545m (18,193ft) at Kala Pattar, this 2-3 week trek is extremely popular, thanks to its spectacular scenery but also romanticism; successful trekkers are able to proudly say they’ve stood at the base of the world’s highest mountain According to the Lonely planet.
In a recent year, the Everest base camp trek has been one of the top attractions to the trekkers despite being the crowd as well. Everybody who comes to Nepal wishes to see Mount Everest but almost 1/7 people go to Everest base camp trek which is a 2 weeks hike from Kathmandu to Everest base camp then back to Kathmandu.
The Everest base camp trek trail threads between small, characterful mountain villages en route to the famous campground and are trafficked by Sherpa people of the Solu Khumbu. The treks offer you the breathtaking views of the High Himalayas range of Nepal. Mt. Everest 29,377 feet from the Kala Patthar. Lhotse 27,940 feet, Nuptse 25,791 feet, Amadablam 22,349 Feet, Makalu 27,825 feet, Choyou 26,906, cholatse 21,129 feet, Thamserku 21,729 feet and many other peaks can be explored during your 2 weeks. Not only Himalayan peak, the ever-smiling sherpa people and their unique cultures are other attractions of the Everest base camp trek.
Trekkers can fly to Lukla then start their trek choosing the Everest base camp best time ( Feb end to May end) and (Sept end to December Mid). During this period they can have the best experience. For maps, they can look for the online google Everest base camp trek maps where the descriptions and photos are placed.
The trek is through the Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Sagarmatha is the Nepali name for Everest). The national park is also a home for musk deer, snow leopard, Himalayan tahr, black bear and many species of the fauna.
In the list they have included the GR20 trail that goes through Corsica, France diagonally from North to South; Inca Trail in Peru and Pays Dogon in Mali, one of Africa’s most breathtaking regions above the Everest base camp trek and six other destinations below it. Everest base camp trek ranked on top 4th best trek on Lonely Planet is a good thing for Nepal despite this pandemic