Everest View Trek – Can it Change Your Life?

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The glory of Mount Everest, the World’s tallest mountain cannot be expressed in words. Just being in its proximity gives you the peace and calmness that has never been felt before. Everest has the power over people’s souls. While many trekkers set a tough journey to Base camp, many people don’t know that there’s another easier alternative. Everest View trek (follow himalayan-masters.com for booking) by Himalayan Masters offers the great Panorama of Mount Everest, Nuptse, Island peak, Ama Dablam, and Lhotse.

Along with the awesome Mountain View, we shall also trek to the Everest view hotel at 13000ft, one of the highest-suited hotels. The cultural insight into the Sherpa lifestyle at Namche and witnessing their century-old monasteries and Gombas is also a blessing. Around 50,000 trekkers from all around the world go for Everest base camp walk each year. The stunning beauty of Mount Everest and other tallest peaks globally makes it extraordinary. Also, the unique mountain landscape and the diverse vegetation make the Everest base camp expedition an incredible journey.

So, like all other treks in the Everest region, the Everest View trek also starts after you fly to Lukla. From there, trek to Phakding and then to Namche. We stopped at Namche bazaar for hiking to Everest View Hotel. From there, we walk down to Phakding and then to Lukla. Within a week, you will be back in Kathmandu. It’s a short journey with thousands of things to explore.

Every perk of Everest Base camp, other than the pain of a hard walk can be felt in this Everest View trek. So, are you ready for a great adventure?

Let’s explain this trek in detail.

Everest View Trek Highlight

  • A very thrilling flight to Lukla with one of the world’s most exciting landing
  • Breathtaking views of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and dozens of other peaks in Everest
  • Witness the rich Sherpa culture that has been driven by the Buddhist values
  • Discover the rear wild-life and sub-tropical biodiversity of Nepal
  • Trace the route used by the greatest mountaineers of the world
  • A short and easy trek with a wholesome experience
  • Experience utmost luxury and comfort while trekking to the remote village of Nepal

Climate and weather of Everest View Trek

The best thing about the Everest View trek is that it’s possible throughout the year. Since we will be dwelling in the lower region of Everest, the disturbance of cold and snow is almost nill. SO, you can pack your bag whenever you wish to explore this great nation. However, the right information about the Everest Weather will help you prepare for the trek well…

Everest in Summer

June, July, and August in Nepal are three summer months. In this region, Summer also means monsoon. Almost 20 days of June and July are wet, with above 100cm rainfall. However, most of the rain pours in the evening and night, the mid-day is often clear and the mountains look great. It’s the warmest month of the year and you get to trek with little clothes. The temperature of Namche in Summer is almost 20 degrees Celsius.

Everest in Autumn

After August, the cloud is seen nowhere. As we approach November, the temperature starts to drop, reaching about 12 in the Everest region. The sky is very clear, opening up the views of mountains throughout the day. You can see Everest shining even in the daytime. This is also the time for Nepalese festivals like Dashain, Tihar, and Chhat. So, everything is vibrant.

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Now, if you were to trek to the Everest Base camp or Gokyo in Winter, we would have suggested against it. However, our trek route roams around Namche Bazaar. This region rarely gets any snowfalls, and the winter days are equally warm, December and January have Everest temperatures of about 5 in the daytime. The nights are a little cold, but it’s not a big deal. The higher regions are all covered in snow and the mountains look their best. The flow of tourists is also low, making the trail calmer. Winter is definitely a good time for Everest View Trek.


It’s the season of warmth, flowers, and clear views. However, there might be some rainfalls and clouds in April. Trekking in May, right after winter, is very pleasing. The temperature is about 15 degrees Celsius, and the Rhododendron makes the entire area very stunning.

In short, this trek can be done throughout the year but it’s especially pleasant in Autumn and Spring.

Things to see

Obviously, you will be amused by the mesmerizing beauty of Everest. Beyond that, you can find dozens of other peaks, including Makalu, Lhotse, Mera, Ama Dablam, Kanchenjunga, Nuptse, and more. Also, you get to visit the classic Sherpa settlements like Namche and Tengboche to witness their mountain culture in the rawest form. All rich biodiversity of Nepal- both flora and fauna is not to be missed.

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How to choose an organization for trekking?

They are among the highest rated Travel agencies with years of experience in the travel industry. Our excellent service, honesty, and dedication have been the major attractions of our company. Our trips offer quality accommodation and food. It covers the charge of guide/ porters and all of their expenses. All permits and transportation arrangements will be done professionally. Basically, there’s no hidden cost and we are fully transparent. The comfort and safety of our travelers are always our topmost priority.

Can I take the Everest View trek solo?

Yes, it’s safe for both male and female solo trekkers. However, if you are trekking in the off-season, we suggest taking a guide for your safety.

Final words

So, that was only a short detail about the Everest View Trek so that we could raise interest in your minds. The full guide is available online. Anything else you wanna know about this Everest View trek In Nepal?

Really hope that you think about traveling to Nepal anytime soon.