EBC via Gokyo Ri

Trek Type : Pre and Post Monsoon

Departure Dates 2017

April 08 (Open) April 22 (Open)
April 29 25 (Open)  May 06 (Open)
May 20 (Open) 

Kathmandu to Kathmandu

Trek Grade : Moderate to Hard

Duration : 19 Days

Cost : ₹ 80,000/-

Group Size : 10 members

Emerald Gokyo lakes and Cho La Pass


          Everest base camp trek including high altitude emerald Gokyo lakes and Cho La Pass   is one of the most adventurous trekking route in entire Everest region. The trekking trail is popularly known as Everest Circuit trekking. It follows the route over high altitude pass called Cho - La Pass at 5330 meters into Everest Base Camp. This trek begins from Lukla a  hamlet situated 2860 M . After one day acclimatization in Namche bazaar it follows all the way to Gokyo Lake. Explore glacier lake  around the Gokyo valley.  From Gokyo lake  two hour climb to the Gokyo-Ri (5480m). Here one can enjoy the  stunning view of  summit views of mountain scenery including 8000 m peaks such as Everest peak ,Makalu peak and Cho Oyo peak .

The thrilling part of the  whole trek is to cross Cho  La Pass (5330m) over moraine and snow and finally reaching at Dzongla. After Dzongla the trail continuing rises steadily lateral moraine from the crest. On the left at the head of this valley a snow covered glacier can  see which is another pass to the right of the Kangchung peak. The final ascent  to the Cho La pass is the most prominent part in this trekking. The Cho La Pass also known as a Chhugyuma La in Sherpa communities. After crossing glacier lake can be seen major snow peak in Everest region including Mt. Everest. The trail continues downhill icy and rocky before to reach easier Yak pastureland in Dzonglha at 4830m.

Everest Gokyo Chola pass trek is another exiting opportunities is to reach foot of the world  highest mountain mount Everest. After  visiting  Everest Base camp via Gorakshep the  ultimate goal is  to  climb the summit of Kalapathar (5545m) from where you enjoy a glimpse and panoramic view of Mt. Everest and surroundings.

During Everest Base camp downhill circuit  trek you will  pass through Tyangboche, a place where a famous magnificent monastery is located. We take a rest there and savor the incredible scenery enchaining views of Mt. Everest, Mt. Amadablam 6812 M - Popularly known as Mothers Necklace, Mt. Thamserku, Mt. Kangega, Mt. Kwangde, Mt. Nuptse etc and back to Lukla airport 2860 M . On the next morning you take flight to Kathmandu. 

Last modified on Wednesday, 09 August 2017 18:00


Mahalangur Range ; Nepal Himalayas

South Everest Base Camp is situated at a Altitude of 17,592 ft and Kalapathar at 18, 517 ft.

Trail Type
It is a beaten trail and well marked with gradual descents and ascents.

Food & Accommodation
Lodges & Guest Houses

Trekking Distance
130 km Lukla to Lukla

Khumbu  Glacier and Icefall

Mount Everest 8848 m
Highest peak on the Earth Known in Nepal as Sagarmāthā and in Tibetan language In China as Chomolungma.

Pumori 7161 m
It is opposite to Everest peak ."Pumo" means young girl or daughter and "Ri" means mountain in Sherpa language.

Ama Dablam 6812 m
Name Ama Dablam is derived from two words: “ama,” meaning mother, and “dablam,” meaning pendant. Together the name Ama Dablam means mother’s necklace.

Kang Tega 6782 m
It is known as the Snow Saddle peak.

Thamserku 6608 m & Lobuche 6119 m

Nuptse 7861 m
Its name is derived from the Tibetan words nup,which means west, and tse, which means peak.

Lhotse 8516 m
Next to Mount Everest stands Lhotse, the fourth highest mountain in the world at 8,516 meters. Located in Sagamartha National Park, Lhotse and another mountain called Nuptse are connected to Mount Everest and form the group of mountains called the Everest massif. The name Lhotse comes from the Tibetan words lho, meaning south, and tse, meaning peak - hence the name “South Peak”.

Tengboche Monastery 3,867 m
Known as Dawa Choling Gompa, in the Tengboche village in Khumjung in the Khumbu region is a Tibetan Buddhist monastery of the Sherpa community.

Best Season 
Pre Monsoon March - May – Post Monsoon September - November

Entry to Nepal 
Indians require Voter Id issued by Govt of India ( OR ) Valid Passport with minimum 3 months validity.

One rest day at Namche Bazaar at 3513 m and hike to Kumjung Kunde 3883 m. Following Climb High ; Sleep Low adage and do a short hike.


  1. Acclimatize well, Walk steadily, Eat well, Consume lot of liquids and sleep well, Do not over stress yourself.
  2. Climatic conditions in the high altitudes vary from the plains; take adequate time to get acclimatized to high altitudes.
  3. Pay heed to the trek leader or instructor in order to enjoy a safe and sound trekking experience.
  4. Do not consume alcohol or any other intoxicants during the trek.
  5. Avoid trekking during the nights.
  6. Before undertaking the trek, consult a physician.
  7. Carry basic medications and a first-aid kit during the trek.
  8. The trek takes place through eco-friendly zone; do not encourage littering the local sites or campsites.

Water Resources 
Tap and Mineral water  is available in Lodges. We recommend you carrying water purification Iodine tablets or drinking hot water.

Siddahartha Bank ATM  is in Namche Bazaar

Helicopter or Chopper facility is available at all campsites. Contact Guest houses for Assistance. Evacuation would cost 1200 $ and Above

Medical Aid
Available at Periche along the EBC trail. Available at Gokyo & Machermo Along Gokyo trail.



By Air : Thribhuvan International Airport at Kathmandu

By Road : Sunauli Border of Nepal – India. About 70 km from Gorakpur

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