Everest Region Trekking
Everest region trekking; This superb trek takes us around the Everest region from the more frequented trails which is for any trekker the Everest region is 'the' must-visit destination of Khumbu Valley. However, physically getting there has always been an adventure, the classic expedition approach being long, exhausting and often uncomfortable.
Everest is the drawcard, but once you start trekking you will realize that there's much more to the Everest region than its iconic peak. There are three separate valleys to explore, each with equally impressive views, giant snowy peaks, and beautiful villages. Even if Everest wasn't here, the region would still boast some of the best trekking routes in the world.
All of the treks listed here start from Lukla (or below) and head north to the village of Namche Bazaar. From there, you can either head directly to Everest Base Camp or take one of the other two valleys. As with all treks in Nepal, the duration and route can vary depending on what you're looking for, how fast you trek, and the kind of experience you'd like to have. Sagarmatha National Park in the Everest region offers up some of the highest treks in the world. To help decide which trek is best for you, here's a list of the main trekking routes with the duration and highlights for each route. Each route has great views, so which one you choose largely depends on your time frame, budget, and appetite for adventure.