Everest trekking is the most popular trek destination in Nepal. It is regarded to be one of the classic trekking destinations in the country. The ultimate aim of the Everest region trek is to reach at least on the lap of the highest point of earth, Mt. Everest, (8,848 m). Therefore, these are popular trekking destinations in the sense that travelers from across the globe wish to have the experience of reaching at least on the lap of the highest peaks in the world, and many people across the globe have the aim to reach the top of the highest point of earth, therefore, this trekking destination has been of the popular among millions of travelers from across the globe.
Mt. Everest, locally known as Sagarmatha is located in the northeast of the country, the trip to Mt. Everest is popularly known as the Everest region trek. The trekking to this region has been popular ever since, duo New Zealand citizen Sir Edmund Hillary and Nepali citizen Tenjin Norgay Sherpa for the first time made the summit on Mt. Everest, the highest peaks in the year 1953 successfully. Following their trip, the trekking to Everest region has been of the most demanded and popular trekking destinations primarily among those who wish to have an expedition on the on this highest peaks on the earth or at least reach on the lap of the mountain, take snaps of the majestic mountains including of Mt. Everest and other mountains adjoining with Mt. Everest, therefore why hundreds of travelers come to Nepal every year for making ascend on this peak, ever since it was opened for climbing purposed in the country. Although the ultimate goal of the travelers is to reach the top of the highest peaks on the earth, this region trekking offers you ample picturesque valley, sloppy and rocky hills, superb white-Himalayas lying around, where you can capture the fantastic scenes of the mountains, green forest, Buddhist monasteries, explore the flora and faunas, local culture, tradition and lifestyles of Sherpa ethnic groups. These all the features are explicit enough about how popular Everest trekking is in Nepal.
Everest region is protected by the Sagarmatha National Park was established in 1976 covering an area of 1148 sq. km. The park has also been listed underworld natural heritage sites by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), where you can explore a number of rare birds and animals including the mountain man called 'Yeti'. Throughout the trail, you are overwhelmed with the scenic views of majestic mountains, fantastic landscapes, Buddhist monasteries, unique and warm hospitality of Sherpa ethnic groups, who are famous due to their valor for being able to successfully climb the highest peaks and courage to inhibit in the high altitude areas.
Everest trekking revolved in and around the Solukhumbu district, the heartland of the Sherpa ethnic groups. One of the features of this trekking is that you will be able to capture beautiful scenes of majestic mountains including Mt. Everest and dozens of others lying in the area such as Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Amadablam, Mt. Pumori, Mt. Thamserku, Mt.Kantega to name a few. Everest region trekking is regarded to be one of the most challenging trails because trekking usually revolves in high altitude areas. But then you do not need to worry about anything because the trail goes through a well-developed trekking route and there are ample places for taking a rest and having accommodation. Everest region trekking is one of the frequently organized trekking packages, among the Nepal Adventure Team of Nepal. There are a number of trekking destinations operated in this region, namely 15 days Everest base camp trek, Everest Gokyo Ri Trek, Kala-Pattar trekking, Gokyo Cho la pass trekking, Renjo la pass trekking, Everest view trek, Everest high passes trek, Jiri Everest base camp trek, Gokyo valley, and Tyangboche trekking, Mera peak climbing, Everest balcony trekking among others.