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Gokyo-Cho la Pass – E.B.C Trekking

Cho la pass trek is one of the famous and popular adventurous trekking trail of Everest regions. Cho la pass trekking is interesting because cho la pass trek connect to Gokyo Lake, Everest base camp, and Kalapathar, in chola pass trekking you can reach Gokyo Ri (5480m), Cho La pass (5,420m), Kalapatthar (5545 m) Everest base camp (5364 m) Visit Gokyo lake Everest base camp and Kalapathar via Cho La pass once in life time for ultimate experience. We design Gokyo Lake and Kalapathar via Cho La pass trekking itinerary is safely. Gokyo Lake,

 

Chola Pass trek is the definitive high-altitude trek; in the world’s most stunning mountain topography which is unquestionably difficult but the surroundings presents more than sufficient rewards. Consider this not just as an easy trekking trail but additional as one of the adventurous mountain journey. Note that Cho la pass trek is not very difficult how much you think. Cho la Pass trekking known as Everest circuit trek also because Cho la Pass trek that goes through Lukla, Namche bazaar Khumjung and all the way to Gokyo, gokyo ri, Chola Pass, Kalapattar, Everest base camp and Tyangboche monastery.

 

Interesting feature of this trekking are hiking gokyo ri, crossing Nepal largest Ngozumpa Glacier, Cho La pass, Kalapathar and Everest base camp. Cho la pass trek combines the two world famous trekking routes to Gokyo Lake explore trek and Everest base camp trek by crossing Ngozumpa Glacier and Cho La pass. After crossing Cho La pass, we reach Dzongla. We ascent continue towards Lobuche, Gorak Shep and hiking to KalaPathar (5545m) from kalapathar we enjoy an impressive views of Mt. Everest.

 

High light of the Trip

Everest (8850), Nuptse, Lhotse, Makalu, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Cho-oyu, Kantega, Pumori, Kusum Khagaru, Kongde, Twache

peak, Cholaste peak etc

Recent pictures of Chola Pass  Trekking.

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