Everest Classic Trek From Jiri

Everest Classic Trekking From Jiri

Trek start from Jiri into Sagarmatha National Park to Everest is called the classic route to Everest. Jiri (जिरी) is a village development committee in Dolakha District in the Janakpur Zone of north-eastern Nepal. Jiri is the trail head for many treks into the Mount Everest region. Normally people to fly to Lukla directly and start the Everest trek which is 7-8 days shorter than trek to Lukla from Jiri.Jiri offers much benefit through gradual altitude acclimatization as well as a very special experience in getting to know the countryside lifestyle of this region and their Buddhist culture, rather than direct flight to Lukla. This area is mostly populated by hospitable Sherpa, the major attraction of this area are the majestic mountains, the high mountain villages, charming monasteries and congenial people. Some of the highest mountain located in this area is the world tallest mountain Mount Everest, the alpine forests, glacial rivers and amazing rhododendron and pine forests.

Everest Classic Trekking From Jiri

Everest Classic Trekking From Jiri

Starting the trek from Jiri the Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek will join with main trekking trail in Lukla or Phakding. The trail is same both both routes from Lukla onwards. Jiri to Gokyo Lake Trek reaches Gokyo Lake crosses the Chola Pass and visits the Everest Base Camp. From Phakding we travel to Namche Bazaar and enjoy the majestic region that offer great views of beautiful mountains and the Himalayan range. Leaving Namche behind we trek along a high traversing path where we have our first glimpse of Mt. Everest. Walking further we reach Tyangboche Monastery which resides at the height of 3867m.The view even looks magnificent during mornings when the first rays of sun paints the mountains yellow and shiny like a sparkling gold. The trail further descends to Imja Khola and continues to the villages of Pangcoche and Pheriche before reaching Khumbu Glacier. The steady walk following the glacier takes us to Lobuche from where we get to see the spectacular views of Mt. Ama Dablam, Taweche and some other Himalayas.We continue our journey to reach the famous vantage point, Kala Patthar, which offers a splendid 360-degree panoramic view of the world’s tallest mountains. You will experience an unbeatable combination of natural beauty and cultural splendor. One can enjoy beautiful mountains views, verdant terraces and Himalayan streams and water falls as the trail crosses through villages and landscapes covered by rhododendron, magnolia and giant forests.

Outline Itinerary:
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel
Day 02: Preparation of the trip, explore the town
Day 03: Drive to Jiri [2050M / 6725FT]
Day 04: Trek to Shivalaya [1900M / 6233FT]
Day 05: Trek to Bhandar [2150M / 7053FT]
Day 06: Trek to Sete [2500M / 8202FT]
Day 07: Trek to Junbeshi [2650M / 8694FT]
Day 08: Trek to Nunthala [2300M / 7545FT]
Day 09: Trek to Bupsa [2400M / 7874FT]
Day 10: Trek to Chheplung [2790M / 9153FT]or Phakding [2,650M / 8694FT]
Day 11: Trek to Namche Bazaar [3,440M / 11286FT]
Day 12: Acclimatization day in Namche Bazaar, explore around
Day 13: Trek to Tengboche [3,800M / 12,467FT]
Day 14: Trek to Dingboche [4400M / 14,435FT]
Day 15: Trek to Lobuche [4,900M / 16,076FT]
Day 16: Trek to Gorakshep [5,130M / 16,830FT], hike to Everest Base Camp [5,316M / 17,440FT] and return back to Gorakshep
Day 17: Hike to top of the Kalapatthar [5,545M / 18,192FT] and trek to Pheriche [4,350M / 14,271FT]
Day 18: Trek to Tengboche [3,800M / 14,467FT]
Day 19: Trek to Monjo [2,835M / 9,301FT]
Day 20: Trek to Lukla [2,850M / 9,350FT]
Day 11: Fly to Kathmandu, transfer to Hotel
Day 22: Departure or extend your trip

Trip Cost

Trip Cost will be depending on service quality that you are going to use accommodation (Deluxe, Standard & Budget) in cities and entire the trekking either way normal teahouse or best available or Camping (Fully tented camp) so better to mention us what you are expecting?


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