Renjo la Pass Gokyo Lake Chola Pass Everest Base Camp Trekking is one of the highly adventurous trekking in Khumbu region.
Renjo-La Pass Gokyo Lake Cho-La Pass Everest BC trek is one of the highly adventurous trekking in Khumbu region. In this trek, you cross two high passes Renjo La (5340m/17515ft) and Cho La (5368m/17607ft). Then you reach Kalapathar and Everest Base Camp (5545m/18187ft). This trekking starts from Lukla following up the Dudh Koshi river towards Namche Bazar. You spend one extra day here for acclimatization exploring beautiful Sherpa village Khumjung. Then you follow the trail to Thame, Lungdeng, and Yakkharka and cross Renjo Pass. You spend an extra night in Gokyo Lake and set off to cross Chola Pass. Renjo-la Pass Gokyo Lake Cho-La Pass Everest BC trek is regarded as the journey of the lifetime which reflects the major highlights from Everest region and after the journey you will be able to summarize the Khumbu valley in terms of landscape, people & mountain. This journey is antique itself because it goes through all the highland settlement in the upper Khumbu valley. The major attraction of this journey is Gokyo lake after crossing Renjo-La pass then next day we hike up to Gokyo Ri from where we can see four mountain over eight thousand including Mt Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Choyou then the holy Gokyo lake and the Ngozumba glacier at foothill of valley would be the amazing scenery that we can see at a single glance. After that, we head towards Dragnag crossing the glacier which is the authentic experience of this journey. Then we cross another pass called Cho-La 5368m/17607ft which offers the unique challenge of walking into the highland terrain.
Renjo-La Pass Gokyo Lake Cho-La Pass Everest BC trek final destination of this trekking is Kalapathar(5545m/18187ft) and Everest Base Camp and back to Lukla following the route to Tengboche & Namche Bazaar. While on this trekking you get an opportunity to have magnificent views of world highest mountains and experience unique lifestyle and culture of Sherpa people, the world-renowned mountaineers. The Renjo-La Pass Gokyo Lake Cho-La Pass Everest BC trek end at Lukla.