View of Everest and Kalapattar

The breathe taking close up view of world’s highest peak Mt Everest can be seen only from the Kalapattar (5545m). The trekkers need to climb up Kalapattar (5545m) from Gorakshep teahouse the last stop which takes about an hour to the top of the ridge. Those who are seeking ultimate dream of Everest to see closely and put foot step to its bottom can be fulfill entire trek to Base camp. The unforgettable views also include Mt. Nuptse, Khumbu Ice fall, far corner of Everest Base Camp and massive Khumbu Glacier. It is worth to trek everyone’s life time once to enjoy superb view as well explore Himalayan wonders. Since 1953 May 29 first conquered by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa made well renowned to world.

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