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Gokyo Trek

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The Gokyo valley and lakes trek investigates the heart of the Sherpa country. You will visit Namche Bazaar and Tengboche preceding climbing the staggering Gokyo valley to the cold lakes under the immense pinnacle of Cho Oyu (8153m), where you can likewise summit Goyko Ri (5457m).

 

This enterprise gives you the chance to look upon Nepal's greatest ice sheet and appreciate a portion of the best perspectives of the Everest run in the locale.

 

The course takes after the great Everest Base Camp trail up until Sanasa before taking after the Dudh Kosi waterway to its source. The little settlement of Gokyo lies on the banks of one of the Gokyo lakes and gives a shocking scenery to four 8000m pinnacles, Cho Oyu, Everest, Lhotse and Makalu.

 

While not customarily as well known as different courses in the Everest area, the perspectives from Gokyo are astoundingly lovely and really offer a greater amount of the fanciful mountains than the perspectives from Kalapattar along the Everest Base Camp trek.

 

Gokyo Lakes Trek is characterized as an option trek of the Everest base camp. The extraordinary scenes that can be investigated this trip make your trek a lifetime encounter. Gokyo Lakes are quiet and the icy lakes charge you to stroll around the shocking scene. Gokyo Ri climbing from that point outperform your creative energy with adequate chances to amuse with the Everest locale white pinnacles and icy masses.

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