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Ultimate Everest Trek

The alternative route to Everest Base Camp - Gokyo Lakes - Crossing the Cho La - Less busy trails

All meals on trek included

Duration

19 Days

Grade

Challenging

Max Altitude

5500m

Walking Days

16 Days

Accommodation

2 Nts Hotels - 15 Nts Trekking Lodges

Trip Overview

The ultimate Everest Trek? Possibly. For the strong, fit & experienced mountain walker this is a great alternative route to Everest Base Camp.

Taking a detour this is a different way to Everest. This trek heads up a side valley to the sacred lakes at Gokyo. An ascent of Gokyo Ri is made for great Everest views before crossing the usually snow-covered Cho La and down through a spectacular valley to emerge at Lobuche and onwards to EBC itself. Climb Kala Pattar for more classic Everest views before descending to Lukla on the usual EBC trails. The altitudes involved in this trek up to EBC demand respect and thus the walking becomes more challenging as a result. Don't forget our trekking holidays are tailor-made and whilst this itinerary includes acclimatisation days, you can always have more (not less) rest, acclimatisation and additional contingency days (highly recommended) added. The itinerary is merely a suggested itinerary and is  not entirely  'set in stone'. Sleeping bags (4 season) will be required for nights spent in trekking lodges. Additionally we strongly recommend the use of a walking ice axe and "in-step" crampons for the crossing of the Cho La. We can arrange sleeping bag & walking ice axe rental if required.This is a challenging trek and at high altitude and through experience we consider it as not suitable for novices. Previous experience is essential.

The ultimate Everest Trek? Possibly. For the strong, fit & experienced mountain walker this is a great alternative route to Everest Base Camp.

  • Taking a detour this is a different way to Everest. This trek heads up a side valley to the sacred lakes at Gokyo. An ascent of Gokyo Ri is made for great Everest views before crossing the usually snow-covered Cho La and down through a spectacular valley to emerge at Lobuche and onwards to EBC itself. Climb Kala Pattar for more classic Everest views before descending to Lukla on the usual EBC trails. The altitudes involved in this trek up to EBC demand respect and thus the walking becomes more challenging as a result. Don't forget our trekking holidays are tailor-made and whilst this itinerary includes acclimatisation days, you can always have more (not less) rest, acclimatisation and additional contingency days (highly recommended) added. The itinerary is merely a suggested itinerary and is  not entirely  'set in stone'. Sleeping bags (4 season) will be required for nights spent in trekking lodges. Additionally we strongly recommend the use of a walking ice axe and "in-step" crampons for the crossing of the Cho La. We can arrange sleeping bag & walking ice axe rental if required.This is a challenging trek and at high altitude and through experience we consider it as not suitable for novices. Previous experience is essential.

Example Itinerary

    • Day 1
      Arrive Kathmandu
    • Day 2
      Fly to Lukla & trek to Phakding
    • Day 3
      Trek to Namche Bazaar
    • Day 4
      Acclimatisation Day
    • Day 5
      Trek to Phortse Tenga
    • Day 6
      Trek to Dole
    • Day 7
      Trek to Machermo
    • Day 8
      Acclimatisation Day
    • Day 9
      Trek to Gokyo Lakes
    • Day 10
      Gokyo Ri and trek to Dragnag
    • Day 11
      The Cho La crossing to Dzongla
    • Day 12
      Trek to Gorak Shep
    • Day 13
      Everest Base Camp
    • Day 14
      Kala Patar and to Pheriche
    • Day 15
      Trek to Phortse
    • Day 16
      Trek to Monjo
    • Day 17
      Back up to Lukla
    • Day 18
      Fly to Kathmandu
    • Day 19
      Depart Nepal
  • DAY
    1

    Arrive Kathmandu

    Arriving at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, you'll be met and receive a private transfer for the short distance into central Kathmandu and to the "KGH" Hotel in the heart of the Thamel district. You'll be given a briefing on your forthcoming adventure, and in the evening can take dinner at your leisure in one of the many choices of cafes & restaurants in Kathmandu, although the open air courtyard cafe of the KGH Hotel is as good as anywhere.

    Accommodation: KGH Hotel - Kathmandu
    Included Meals: None

    DAY 1

    Arrive Kathmandu

    Arriving at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, you'll be met and receive a private transfer for the short distance into central Kathmandu and to the "KGH" Hotel in the heart of the Thamel district. You'll be given a briefing on your forthcoming adventure, and in the evening can take dinner at your leisure in one of the many choices of cafes & restaurants in Kathmandu, although the open air courtyard cafe of the KGH Hotel is as good as anywhere.

    Accommodation: KGH Hotel - Kathmandu
    Included Meals: None

    DAY
    2

    Fly to Lukla & trek to Phakding

    A private transfer to the airport for the 40min spectacular flight to the airstrip at Lukla. Here you'll meet your porter team and then your first day of trekking is actually downhill and relatively short as you descend a trail to the bottom of the river valley below. It's around 3-4hrs of walking to the village of Phakding (2610m) and your overnight halt staying in a typical trekking lodge. The walking distance is around 10km with approx 650m descent and 390m ascent.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Phakding
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Find out more about Trekking Lodges

    DAY 2

    Fly to Lukla & trek to Phakding

    A private transfer to the airport for the 40min spectacular flight to the airstrip at Lukla. Here you'll meet your porter team and then your first day of trekking is actually downhill and relatively short as you descend a trail to the bottom of the river valley below. It's around 3-4hrs of walking to the village of Phakding (2610m) and your overnight halt staying in a typical trekking lodge. The walking distance is around 10km with approx 650m descent and 390m ascent.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Phakding
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Find out more about Trekking Lodges

    DAY
    3

    Trek to Namche Bazaar

    Todays walk begins in a straightforward manner as you follow the trail alongside the river and through pine forests to Jorsale. You'll cross the river a couple of times by suspension and plank bridges and in around 2hrs you'll hopefully get your first glimpse of Everest's summit poking over the Nuptse ridge in the far distance. It's then a stiff climb of 2-3 hrs as the Everest Base Camp trail winds its way up and up to the Sherpa capital of Namche Bazaar. Walking time approx. 5-6hrs to an altitude of 3440m. Altitude gain 800m. The distance today is around 10km with 1150m ascent and 400m descent.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Namche Bazaar
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 3

    Trek to Namche Bazaar

    Todays walk begins in a straightforward manner as you follow the trail alongside the river and through pine forests to Jorsale. You'll cross the river a couple of times by suspension and plank bridges and in around 2hrs you'll hopefully get your first glimpse of Everest's summit poking over the Nuptse ridge in the far distance. It's then a stiff climb of 2-3 hrs as the Everest Base Camp trail winds its way up and up to the Sherpa capital of Namche Bazaar. Walking time approx. 5-6hrs to an altitude of 3440m. Altitude gain 800m. The distance today is around 10km with 1150m ascent and 400m descent.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Namche Bazaar
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY
    4

    Acclimatisation Day

    Now at 3440m you really have to have an acclimatisation day today and let your body take it easy. Namche is a fascinating place to explore with plenty of souvenir shops, cafes and bars, as well as a particularly good German bakery too! If you like you can take an acclimatisation walk up to the Museum of Sherpa Culture. Near to the museum is an excellent Everest viewpoint and magnificent views of the iconic peak of Ama Dablam.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Namche Bazaar
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 4

    Acclimatisation Day

    Now at 3440m you really have to have an acclimatisation day today and let your body take it easy. Namche is a fascinating place to explore with plenty of souvenir shops, cafes and bars, as well as a particularly good German bakery too! If you like you can take an acclimatisation walk up to the Museum of Sherpa Culture. Near to the museum is an excellent Everest viewpoint and magnificent views of the iconic peak of Ama Dablam.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Namche Bazaar
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY
    5

    Trek to Phortse Tenga

    A relatively short day in order to further aid the essential acclimatisation process as from now on, the trekking increasingly becomes higher and higher. It’s a stiff climb out of Namche, with the reward of spectacular views as the trail then eases of a bit, before rising steadily to cross the Mon La (approx. 3900m) to then descend to Phortse Tenga (3860m). Around 3-4hrs walking

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Phortse Tenga
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 5

    Trek to Phortse Tenga

    A relatively short day in order to further aid the essential acclimatisation process as from now on, the trekking increasingly becomes higher and higher. It’s a stiff climb out of Namche, with the reward of spectacular views as the trail then eases of a bit, before rising steadily to cross the Mon La (approx. 3900m) to then descend to Phortse Tenga (3860m). Around 3-4hrs walking

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Phortse Tenga
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY
    6

    Trek to Dole

    Gaining height you are now heading up a side valley and are now off the main EBC trail. Once again, it’s a relatively short walk today to aid the acclimatisation process by not over exerting or gaining height too quickly as you gradually ascend to Dole (4060m). Walking time around 4hrs

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Dole
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 6

    Trek to Dole

    Gaining height you are now heading up a side valley and are now off the main EBC trail. Once again, it’s a relatively short walk today to aid the acclimatisation process by not over exerting or gaining height too quickly as you gradually ascend to Dole (4060m). Walking time around 4hrs

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Dole
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY
    7

    Trek to Machermo

    Heading further up the Gokyo Valley things begin today on a reasonably level trail and you'll see your destination for today further up in the valley. Machermo (4460m) is a nice place and invites further exploration, which is just as well as tomorrow is a necessary acclimatisation day. A shorter day of around 4hrs walking covering some 5km but still with 570m ascent and 200m descent.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Machermo
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 7

    Trek to Machermo

    Heading further up the Gokyo Valley things begin today on a reasonably level trail and you'll see your destination for today further up in the valley. Machermo (4460m) is a nice place and invites further exploration, which is just as well as tomorrow is a necessary acclimatisation day. A shorter day of around 4hrs walking covering some 5km but still with 570m ascent and 200m descent.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Machermo
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY
    8

    Acclimatisation Day

    Before overnighting any higher, today is a further acclimatisation day. It's good practice to aim to go a little higher and then to come back down again to allow the body the best chances of acclimatising. An acclimatisation day isn't necessarily a rest day as such. So, today you can walk up to the ridge line above the village and get some excellent views of the surrounding peaks.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Machermo
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 8

    Acclimatisation Day

    Before overnighting any higher, today is a further acclimatisation day. It's good practice to aim to go a little higher and then to come back down again to allow the body the best chances of acclimatising. An acclimatisation day isn't necessarily a rest day as such. So, today you can walk up to the ridge line above the village and get some excellent views of the surrounding peaks.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Machermo
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY
    9

    Trek to Gokyo Lakes

    The sacred, glittering turquoise lakes of Gokyo await you today. There's a little bit of up and down to begin with as you walk alongside the Ngozumba Glacier. Pretty soon you pass one of the lakes and a little further you'll pass the route which you'll take tomorrow across the glacier and eventually to the Cho La. But, for now you continue steadily up the valley to reach Gokyo (4790m). It's around 7km and a bit to Gokyo and the walking takes between 4-5hrs ascending 575m and descending 200m overall.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Gokyo
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 9

    Trek to Gokyo Lakes

    The sacred, glittering turquoise lakes of Gokyo await you today. There's a little bit of up and down to begin with as you walk alongside the Ngozumba Glacier. Pretty soon you pass one of the lakes and a little further you'll pass the route which you'll take tomorrow across the glacier and eventually to the Cho La. But, for now you continue steadily up the valley to reach Gokyo (4790m). It's around 7km and a bit to Gokyo and the walking takes between 4-5hrs ascending 575m and descending 200m overall.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Gokyo
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY
    10

    Gokyo Ri and trek to Dragnag

    The mountain known as Gokyo Ri (5360m) is a classic Everest view point and other than the extra hard effort and additional determination due to the high altitude to ascend is not technical at all. You'll need to leave just after dawn and it's a steep trail that zig zags it's way up the mountain side to the view point. There's around 600m of ascent and descent for Gokyo Ri. But, it is most definitely worth it. Back to the lodge for brekkie and then down to one of the lakes to take the trail you saw yesterday across the Ngozumba Glacier. The route itself is well marked with cairns and takes under an hour. A little way up from the glacier and you reach Dragnag (4700m). The lodges for the next few days become increasingly simple and basic. Walking distance today (excluding the Gokyo Ri climb) is around 6km with 430m ascent and 520m ascent over 4hrs walking.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Dragnag
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 10

    Gokyo Ri and trek to Dragnag

    The mountain known as Gokyo Ri (5360m) is a classic Everest view point and other than the extra hard effort and additional determination due to the high altitude to ascend is not technical at all. You'll need to leave just after dawn and it's a steep trail that zig zags it's way up the mountain side to the view point. There's around 600m of ascent and descent for Gokyo Ri. But, it is most definitely worth it. Back to the lodge for brekkie and then down to one of the lakes to take the trail you saw yesterday across the Ngozumba Glacier. The route itself is well marked with cairns and takes under an hour. A little way up from the glacier and you reach Dragnag (4700m). The lodges for the next few days become increasingly simple and basic. Walking distance today (excluding the Gokyo Ri climb) is around 6km with 430m ascent and 520m ascent over 4hrs walking.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Dragnag
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY
    11

    The Cho La crossing to Dzongla

    The Cho La is a glaciated mountain pass that reaches 5425m. The route involves crossing a boulder field and old moraine. At times it is very steep and a bit of straightforward scrambling is required, as there are bits of loose scree. You may be amazed as to how well your laden porters manage this whilst you're huffing and puffing you're way up. The pass itself is often snow covered and we do recommend you have a walking ice axe and in-step crampons with you for this. NB: in-step crampons are not mountaineering crampons. Do ask us if you are unfamiliar with these. After enjoying the great views from the pass you head down a usually glaciated section to pasture lands below and onto Dzongla (4830m). It's a tough day of around 9hrs walking the 9km distance and involves around 930m ascent and 840m descent.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Dzongla
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 11

    The Cho La crossing to Dzongla

    The Cho La is a glaciated mountain pass that reaches 5425m. The route involves crossing a boulder field and old moraine. At times it is very steep and a bit of straightforward scrambling is required, as there are bits of loose scree. You may be amazed as to how well your laden porters manage this whilst you're huffing and puffing you're way up. The pass itself is often snow covered and we do recommend you have a walking ice axe and in-step crampons with you for this. NB: in-step crampons are not mountaineering crampons. Do ask us if you are unfamiliar with these. After enjoying the great views from the pass you head down a usually glaciated section to pasture lands below and onto Dzongla (4830m). It's a tough day of around 9hrs walking the 9km distance and involves around 930m ascent and 840m descent.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Dzongla
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY
    12

    Trek to Gorak Shep

    You continue descending and drop down to join the main EBC trail at Lobuche. From here you walk steadily uphill alongside the moraine of the Khumbu Glacier and on to Gorak Shep (5140m). It's around 12km walking distance today. Quite a long day though of 7-8hrs walking and with around 870m ascent and 550m descent.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Gorak Shep
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 12

    Trek to Gorak Shep

    You continue descending and drop down to join the main EBC trail at Lobuche. From here you walk steadily uphill alongside the moraine of the Khumbu Glacier and on to Gorak Shep (5140m). It's around 12km walking distance today. Quite a long day though of 7-8hrs walking and with around 870m ascent and 550m descent.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Gorak Shep
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY
    13

    Everest Base Camp

    Today you will walk up to EBC and then back to Gorak Shep. The round trip sounds easy....just under 7km with under 200m ascent and descent. But, it generally takes a good 6 hours to get to EBC and back at this high altitude. Still, you should have a good hour or so to appreciate EBC itself. The summit of Everest cannot be seen from EBC, but there are some pretty impressive views of the tumbling Khumbu Icefall and the west shoulder of Everest. During the trekking season there is little in the way of activity at EBC (other than curious trekkers) and whilst it is from Kala Patar that the best views of Everest can be had on the Everest Base Camp trek, you so 'sorta kinda' have to come to EBC to say you've been there.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Gorak Shep
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 13

    Everest Base Camp

    Today you will walk up to EBC and then back to Gorak Shep. The round trip sounds easy....just under 7km with under 200m ascent and descent. But, it generally takes a good 6 hours to get to EBC and back at this high altitude. Still, you should have a good hour or so to appreciate EBC itself. The summit of Everest cannot be seen from EBC, but there are some pretty impressive views of the tumbling Khumbu Icefall and the west shoulder of Everest. During the trekking season there is little in the way of activity at EBC (other than curious trekkers) and whilst it is from Kala Patar that the best views of Everest can be had on the Everest Base Camp trek, you so 'sorta kinda' have to come to EBC to say you've been there.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Gorak Shep
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY
    14

    Kala Patar and to Pheriche

    We firmly believe that the 'jewel in the crown' of this trek is the view from the top of Kala Patar and not EBC itself. Hoping for the often clear morning weather it takes around 2 hours to follow the now well worn trail to Kala Patar (5500m) and for the classic view of Everest. Returning to Gorak Shep you walk back down to Lobuche and then onto Pheriche (4270m), where there is also a permanent clinic staffed by western doctors during the main trekking season. Todays walk of just over 16km takes around 7-8hrs with around 500m ascent and 1400m descent.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Pheriche
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 14

    Kala Patar and to Pheriche

    We firmly believe that the 'jewel in the crown' of this trek is the view from the top of Kala Patar and not EBC itself. Hoping for the often clear morning weather it takes around 2 hours to follow the now well worn trail to Kala Patar (5500m) and for the classic view of Everest. Returning to Gorak Shep you walk back down to Lobuche and then onto Pheriche (4270m), where there is also a permanent clinic staffed by western doctors during the main trekking season. Todays walk of just over 16km takes around 7-8hrs with around 500m ascent and 1400m descent.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Pheriche
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY
    15

    Trek to Phortse

    You're essentially heading down today & the walk to Phortse takes around 6-7 hrs to complete the 14km distance with around 450m ascent and 1300m descent.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Phortse
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 15

    Trek to Phortse

    You're essentially heading down today & the walk to Phortse takes around 6-7 hrs to complete the 14km distance with around 450m ascent and 1300m descent.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Phortse
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY
    16

    Trek to Monjo

    A long descent down to the river and then up a zig zagging trail to the Mon La. A slight deviation off the main EBC trail, which you now rejoin and descend to Namche and a couple of hours of mostly downhill and you're in Monjo. Distance is around 14km with 650m ascent and 1350m descent and takes around 6-7hrs walking.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Monjo
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 16

    Trek to Monjo

    A long descent down to the river and then up a zig zagging trail to the Mon La. A slight deviation off the main EBC trail, which you now rejoin and descend to Namche and a couple of hours of mostly downhill and you're in Monjo. Distance is around 14km with 650m ascent and 1350m descent and takes around 6-7hrs walking.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Monjo
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY
    17

    Back up to Lukla

    At first you continue to head down the valley, passing through Phakding and then to climb back up to Lukla. The distance is around 13.5km with about 670m ascent and 580m descent and takes about 5hrs of walking.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Lukla
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 17

    Back up to Lukla

    At first you continue to head down the valley, passing through Phakding and then to climb back up to Lukla. The distance is around 13.5km with about 670m ascent and 580m descent and takes about 5hrs of walking.

    Accommodation: Trekking Lodge, Lukla
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY
    18

    Fly to Kathmandu

    An adrenalin filled take off from Lukla for the short flight out of the Himalayas and back to Kathmandu. A private transfer will take you from the airport back to the KGH Hotel.However, you may wish to consider some additional contingency for this trek, whether it be for any delays/cancellations that can and do occur for flights both to and from Lukla, or any difficulties that may arise on the trek.

    Accommodation: KGH Hotel, Kathmandu
    Included Meals: Breakfast

    DAY 18

    Fly to Kathmandu

    An adrenalin filled take off from Lukla for the short flight out of the Himalayas and back to Kathmandu. A private transfer will take you from the airport back to the KGH Hotel.However, you may wish to consider some additional contingency for this trek, whether it be for any delays/cancellations that can and do occur for flights both to and from Lukla, or any difficulties that may arise on the trek.

    Accommodation: KGH Hotel, Kathmandu
    Included Meals: Breakfast

    DAY
    19

    Depart Nepal

    A private transfer will take you to the airport for your return international flight.

    Included Meals: Breakfast

    DAY 19

    Depart Nepal

    A private transfer will take you to the airport for your return international flight.

    Included Meals: Breakfast

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    This is an EXAMPLE ITINERARY and can be customised for you accordingly.

    Please consider whether you want your customisable, private trip itinerary to also include CONTINGENCY.

    See our ABOUT CONTINGENCY Information

    Please CONTACT US to discuss CONTINGENCY and ADDITIONAL ACCLIMATISATION, as well as other CUSTOMISATION POSSIBILITES for your PRIVATE CUSTOM TREK

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  • € EUR 1710

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