Gokyo Lake Trek 990/-

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Gokyo Lake Trek

Gokyo Lake Trek 10 Days to 12 Days Presents an Exceptional chance of gigantic mountain ranges including four giants, Makalu, Lhotse, Everest, and Cho-oyu with more than 19 chilly lakes in the region.

The popular Ngozumba Glacier is the largest one in the Himalayas Nepal. We will passing throw Sagarmatha National Park with several views of the protected floras and faunas. After Namche we continue Gokyo Lake Valley which is less travelers comparing Everest Base Camp Region. You will see Sherpa local settlement with collection of stoned house and meadow s of a great Lake Dudh Pokahara or third lake.

Our Gokyo Lake Trek begins from short flight to Lukla Airport slowly down to Cheplung village above the holy Dudh Koshi River and we will stick the major track to Namche Bazaar. From Namche Bazaar the trekking routes continue via Khumjung village either from Kyangjuma hotel camp. Last of this settlement most major Everest trekking trail go slowly down to River and way to Gokyo Lake Trek continue uphill to Mongla then to Phortse Thenga River from Lake. You can explore around this untouched tourist village Phortse for a day hike or rest day.

Dole is a beautiful Sherpa temporary settlement for yak in previous years with mysteries story about Yeti (the mountain man).Early 1974 Yeti killed three Yaks and attacked to Sherpa woman in Dole according locals. After that no one has seen any yeti yet. Day from Dole to Gokyo Lake could be increase the altitude sickness, so our expert guide will advise you to walk slowly as possible until the gokyo lake valley. Many trekkers just visit Gokyo Ri for Himalayas view, but our guide will try to help you to hike day a to 5th lake glacier either Cho oyu base camp for another incredible mountain views with glaciers lakes and small peaks.

In previous years many expedition groups use to cross Cho oyu glaciers to Nangpa La known as Thame Valley, the tradition trade routes to between Nepal and Tibet. Now this trekking route is closed due to avalanche and most of trails is blocked from snow and very hard to find the exact way. If you planning to cross this route make sure you have a professional experienced guides and Sherpa.

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