Everest Base Camp : Namche Bazaar TO TENGBOCHE:Day 6 April 19

  1. Starting elevation: 11,290 ft / 3,440 m.
  2. Ending elevation: 12,687 ft / 3,867 m.
  3. Elevation change: +1,397 ft / +427 m.
  4. Starting oxygen: 67% of sea level.
  5. Ending oxygen: 64% of sea level.
  6. Distance covered: 5.72 mi / 9.2 km.
  7. Time hiked: 4h 00m.+ 3 hours more as We HAD TO go to Pangboche : The walk is lovely and takes you through some ancient forests. Cross the river and then make the gradual ascent to the village of Pangboche (3985 metres), home to the Khumbu’s oldest monastery. Tengboche to Pangboche is roughly 3 hours more which was extended to get better accommodation … this was a KILLER WALK

As we head towards Tengboche / Deboche / Pangboche this day, this journey is full of unobstructed scenes consisting Himalayas like Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Ama Dablam and others. We descend along the famous Dudh Koshi River and ascend along the equally vibrant forests covered by Rhododendron Trees in Tengboche. We continue our trail along various Sherpa Villages and take a sneak peek at their culture and lifestyle. Tengboche village is also well known for the largest monastery in the region, Tengboche Monastery. It is a spiritual hub for the people from the Khumbu region. It is surrounded by beautiful forests and holds a great significance to the Sherpas. We will stay in Pangboche for the night.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Everest Summit Lodge in Pangboche
(Located to the right just off the main trail to Everest Base Camp Trek, conveniently sits Everest Summit Lodge in Pangboche. Set amidst Himalaya giants, Mt Everest, Mt Ama Dablam, Mt Thamserku, Mt Kang Taiga and Mt Kongde, Pangboche is a traditional Sherpa village and home to one of the oldest monasteries in Nepal. The lodge is the ideal starting point for a day walk to Ama Dablam Base Camp at 4,295 m (14,091 ft).   )

Everest Base Camp: Pangboche to Dingboche Day 7 April 20

  1. Starting elevation: 12,697 ft / 3,870 m.
  2. Ending elevation: 14,469 ft / 4,410 m.
  3. Elevation change: +1,772 ft / +540 m.
  4. Starting oxygen: 64% of sea level.
  5. Ending oxygen: 59% of sea level.
  6. Distance covered: 6.71 mi / 10.8 km.
  7. Time hiked: 3h 30m.

This morning, we begin our descent towards Dingboche from Tengboche. We’re still accompanied by the majestic Himalayas and scenes of forests and rhododendrons. It’s a steep trek down Imja Khola, a part of the Dudh Koshi River which takes us to Pangboche. The village is situated to the direct opposite to Mt. Ama Dablam so we’ll be rewarded with the immersive view of the summit. This trek also blesses us with the Buddhist pilgrims and monasteries and gompa in Pangboche and sacred Mani walls. As we arrive in Dingboche, we witness some alluring beauty of the crop fields. It is also known as “Summer Valley” of the region and has a kilometer of stone walls built to protect the crops from cold wind and grazing animals. We’ll stay in Dingboche for the night. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Accommodation: Dingboche resort

Acclimatization day at Dingboche Day 8 April 21

The Dingboche village is a beautiful place to be for the trekkers and mountaineers for Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam and Imja Tse. It is a village of vegetation surrounded with stony walls that protect crops like buckwheat, barley and potatoes. We will treked up the Nagerjun Hill today an amazing view of the mountains like Makalu, Lhotse, Ama Dablam and few more- hike .
Acclimatization : 14,000 feet to 15,060 feet verticle walk