Boasting the tallest mountain in the world, the Everest region is understandably popular. Travelers make the journey to the region for trekking, mountaineering, peak climbing and expedition. Despite itse poor accessibility, Everest Region is still the second most population trekking region in Nepal. Unlike Annapurna which boasts easy accessibility getting to Everest can be a bit more challenging. The options are a week of bus and walking, or a flight to Lukla. The number of trekkers to Everest has grow significantly in the last few decades due to its famous name. Solu Khumbu is known not only for its proximity to Everest (8848m.), but because it boasts interesting Sherpa villages and age-old monasteries. For most who travel there, the goal of hiking in the Everest region is to reach base camp.
Mount Everest itself cannot actually be seen from its base camp. There, many trekkers climb Kala Pattar (5545m.), situated on the southern flank of Pumori (7145m.). The peaks of Mt. Lhotse , Mt. Nuptse , Mt. Amadablam , Mt. Pumori , Mt. Thamserku , Mt.Kantega, Kwangde and others can be seen from the top of Kala Pattar. The Everest region includes trekking trails such as Everest Base Camp Trek, Kala Pattar Trek, Gokyo-Ri Trek,, Gokyo Cho- La Pass Trek, Renjo La Pass Trek, Everest High Pass Trek, Everest View Trek, Everest Panorama Trek, Everest Comfort Trek, etc. An allure of all these treks is to experience typical Sherpa culture in the villages including Lukla, Phakding, Monjo, Namche Bazaar, Khumjung, Thame, Tyangboche, and others. The region has high risk of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) if trekkers are not properly acclimatized.
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