Welcome to you from the land of Everest. This region offers you great trekking opportunities and tranquil and unique experiences in your life. Most of the mountains are situated in northern side but the Everest region is in eastern Nepal. The Everest region is under the protection of Sagarmatha National Park, established in 1976 with 1148 square kilometers of territory. The altitude of the Himalayas in this region range from 2845 meters (9,330ft) to 8848 meters (29,028ft) on the top of the world, Mt. Everest. Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world is also known as “Sagarmatha”. Sagarmatha is the combination of the two words. Sagar means the sky and Matha means head. Thus it’s the head of the sky. The heartland of the Everest Region lies in Solukhumbhu District of Nepal.
In the Everest region the trekkers can be overwhelmed by the incredible views of peaks, Buddhist monasteries, and friendly Sherpa villages. Maybe even catch a glance over the Yeti! As we progress slowly to allow for good acclimatization we will have incredible views of the snow capped Himalayan peaks before finally reaching our goal of the summit at Kala Patthar. The Everest region hosts a number of variations as far as trekking trail are concerned. Such as Everest Basecamp trek, Kala Patthar trek, Gokyo Cho la pass trek, Gokyo Lake explore trek, Everest transverse trek and Everest view trek. To reach any of these trekking routes you can either hike in from Jiri or fly directly to Lukla. Walking in from Jiri usually takes an additional 7 days.
The trek begins in the Nepali speaking lowlands and ends in the Tibetan Buddhists highland inhabited with Sherpa’s. Sherpa’s are known for their bravery and devotion to their work in the mountains. Most of Sherpa’s work in tourism in the Everest region. Hence, tourism is the backbone of their economy.
All of the different trail variations in the Everest region have been guided by us, All Trekkers Team. We are the most experienced trekking guides in Nepal and are committed to giving you optimum satisfaction. Thank you and look ahead.