If you are a free spirit who loves to seek adventure and thrill, then the combined trip of Phokalde Peak Climb with Everest Base Camp Trek will surely satisfy your hunger. The trekking trail is filled with rocky ridges, narrow paths, infrequent passes, hanging glaciers, and steep rises which will challenge the inner adventure seeker in you.
The entire trekking extravaganza is divided into enough breaks to the Everest Base Camp trek that enable both novice and habitual trekkers to acclimatize before climbing vertical steep and extremely rocky trails like that of Pokalde.
The stops are planned in such a way that you can enjoy and experience unforgettable moments at the campsite, by pitching camps at comfortable altitudes with amazing views.
The scenic beauty of Phokalde Peak Climb with EBC will surely emerge as one of the most beautiful programs providing ample opportunities to showcase your photography skills. The views of the peaks become clearer when moving ahead on the journey.
Trekking overnight stops like Labuche and Gorak Shep offer incredible views of surrounding peaks, so does the steep ascending trail leading to the Tengboche monastery, which is immensely popular among the trekkers.
Tengboche monastery is surrounded by the alluring views of Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Kantega and Nuptse apart from a clear view of the mighty Mt. Everest.
The southern part is less traversed by travelers but has an undisputed view as it leads you to Khongma La and to Chhukhung Valley. The northern part is beautifully wrapped in hanging glaciers.
You will get enough opportunities on your hike to enjoy the culture of the locals and to mingle with them as the trails pass through the local settlements of the Sherpas, a village of Jorsale, Periche, and others.
Trek Highlights of Pokalde Peak Climb and Everest Base Camp
- The extravagance of scenic beauty.
- An overdose of adventure on narrow challenging trails and rocky steeps.
- Amazing view from Tengboche of the majestic Everest Khumbu region.
- Beautiful trails through blazing Rhododendron and dense pine forests.
- A diverse range of flora and fauna.
- Experience of Sherpa culture from up close.
- Ample opportunities for honing photography skills.