Everest short trek is one of the short and sweet scenic views trekking in Khumbu region.Visit traditional village of Khunde and Khumjung known as the twin green villages are above Namche Bazaar at 3800 m which is situated in a beautiful valley in the lap of the Khumbi Yul- Lha.
Everest short trek is one of the short and sweet scenic views trekking in Everest region. The region has several trekking routes among them the Everest short trek is one of the highlights of this region, can observe spectacular mountain view including world highest mountain Mount Everest(8848 m).
Everest short trek start from the Lukla and end same place to Lukla, first-day Phakding, second day Namche bazaar third as well same Namche bazaar fourth day same way back to Lukla. During in this trekking easily you can observe the view of world highest mountains Mt Everest, Mt Lotshe, Mt Amadablam, Tauche, Thamserku Kongde and other small mountains. On the other hand, you will observe the Sherpa people and their cultural and different kind of flora and fauna.
During the Everest short trek walking through the rhododendron forest and other green forest easily you can see Himalayan Thar, Musk dear, Pheasant and other animals. The short trekking facing fascinating River, Khumbu oldest glacier, biggest and oldest Buddhist monastery, traditional society and small Buddhist stupa.
In summer Everest short trek also fruitful to visit Khumjung village that time Sherpa’s rise yaks and grow potatoes as their staple products. In the valleys of Khumbu, the summer monsoon lasts from June to September. During this quiet but productive season people carry out their chores of herding and farming. To do farming is not easy but they grow potatoes buckwheat or barley to feed their families. most fields for cultivating food crops are at relatively lower elevations of about 3300 m near the main Sherpa village in Everest Region during the winter herds of yaks can grazed on nearby the hillsides.
Everest short trek leads to amazing landscapes broken up by deep gorges and glacial valleys with vegetation of pine and hemlock forests at lower altitudes, fir, juniper, birch and rhododendron woods, scrub and alpine plant communities, and bare rock and snow.