Everest

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Everest Region

Everest Base Camp Trek in December

With sunny days, non-existent rainfall, and empty trails, December is one of the most underrated months to do the Everest Base Camp Trek. Weather for Everest Base Camp Trek in December December is the driest month in the Everest Region. But to be fair, it is usually a tight competition between December and November. Parallelly, […]

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Ama Dablam from Khumjung
Everest Region

Everest Base Camp Trek in February

If you are willing to tolerate snow and cold for biblical solitude and spectacular mountain views, February is your month to do the Everest Base Camp Trek. Weather for Everest Base Camp Trek in February February is the month of winter snow in the Everest Region. While the westerlies start bringing snow from late December […]

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Himalayas 2.0- Digitizing Mountain Travel in Nepal
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Trekking in Nepal

Himalayas 2.0: Digitizing Mountain Travel in Nepal

Despite having massive potential and competitive advantage, Nepal only sees a minuscule number of trekkers every year. See the following data from various popular hiking destinations around the world. While the most important factor is infrastructure, there are also the issues of price and perception. Lower the prices, more the trekkers, period. As for perception, […]

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Ev-K2-CNR or The Pyramid (research center) at Lobuche
Everest Region

5 Best Side Trips of Everest Base Camp Trek!

Also, please note that for a trek like Everest Base Camp Trek, side trips are more than just cute good-to-have additions to the main trek. They are the excursions that will make sure that you are acclimatized well enough to fully enjoy the main trek. Basically, due to the altitude gain in the trek, there are two acclimatization breaks during a trek to Everest Base Camp: one at Namche and another at Pheriche/Dingboche. During these breaks you stay two nights at the same spot to give your body the chance to get used to the rarefied atomosphere. And the best way to increase your acclimatization is by going high during the day and coming back to sleep at a lower altitude. And the worst thing you can do is to stay at the same spot lazily throughout the day, or worse doze off. For one of the things that happens during acclimatization is that your blood thickens which increases the chance of internal blood clots especially if you are inactive.

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Ama Dablam from Pangboche
Everest Region

An Independent Trekker’s Guide To Everest Base Camp

Your guide to the right information, lodge/flight booking to trek independently to the Everest Base Camp.

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Mount Everest
Everest Region

7 Problems during the Everest Base Camp Trek

As you plan your trek to Everest Base Camp, there are certain things we want you to know in order to have the best possible experience and avoid unpleasant surprises.

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Everest Region

Everest Base Camp Boosts Medical Staff and Rescue Operation

After last year’s disaster where 16 guides died in an avalanche, Nepal, now has decided to provide more doctors and rescue equipment at Everest Base Camp. As climbers arrive for the busiest period, new provisions are aimed at avoiding the repeat of last year’s deadly tragedy which shook Nepal and the mountaineering world. Devi Bahadur […]

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Everest Region
Trekking in Nepal

Mountains in Nepal – Everest Region

As we all know, mountains are the major highlight in Everest Base Camp Trek, and they are served in many flavors. There are of course the high peaks, and then there are the tough, the easy-going, the photogenic and the sacred. Hell, there is even one reputed to contain a door to heaven for the […]

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is going home.’
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men and mountains meet.’
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