Gokyo Lakes Trek

Gokyo Lakes Trek

The Gokyo Lake Trek is much grand, somewhat less demanding and less swarmed elective course to Everest Base Camp trek. It incorporates emotional perspectives of the northwest face of Mt. Everest set among different monsters.

After a 35min short Mountain flight to Lukla, take after the Everest Base Camp trail for two days to Namche Bazaar, a rest and acclimatization day. Stroll to the cordial Sherpa town of Khumjung to investigate their way of life, culture and convictions.

The Gokyo trekking trail, then branches North West into the Dudh Koshi Valley and the nose of the Ngozumpa icy mass. Rise the peaceful valley nearby the chilly moraine, pass two lakes to Gokyo Lake, a mid year brushing town on the inclines of the moraine. A hardened compensating move up Gokyo Ri (5,360m/17585ft) offers taking off perspectives of Cho Oyo, Everest, Lhotse and Makalu past the icy mass underneath. The arrival travel requires three days: remaining at various Sherpa towns.


Coming extremely close to the world’s most elevated pinnacle, Mt Everest;

Trekking to Mt Everest Base Camp at 5364m and rising Kala Patthar, a rough slope at 5550m for the best perspective of Mt. Everest (8848m), Mt Lhotse (8516m, fourth tallest mountain on the planet), Cho Oyu (8201m, sixth tallest mountain on the planet), Thamserku (6623m), Nuptse (7816m), Amadablam (6812m), Pumori (7161m), Island Peak (6189m, one of the world’s most well known trekking peaks)and Khumbu Glacier;

Stunning view of the remote Gokyo Valley and its arrangement of wonderful turquoise lakes, and moonscape-like icy masses;

Staggering mountain vistas from Gokyo Ridge that incorporate Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu – four of the eight most astounding tops on earth;

Perspective of Ngozumpa Glacier, the biggest in the Himalayas of Nepal;

Perspective of the enormous ice edge between Cho Oyu and Gyachung (2922m) situated in Khumbu area;

Watching the lives of the Sherpa individuals, the spread of Buddhism in this remote however astounding spot, and a progression of old cloisters.

Best Time to be Gokyo Lake

Despite the fact that the best time to be here is September to December in winters and March to May in summers; yet it depends totally upon the voyagers which one they settle on. In the event that you are coming here for trekking then be here in the start of March or start of September to get the best view. This enterprise voyage through Gokyo Lakes is a standout amongst the most well known one among the explorers. The off-beaten treks, shimmering water lakes, Sherpas strolling with their crowds, snow capped campgrounds, excellent displays, peaceful ways impeccably mixed picturesque excellence of earth and sky and the mountains which encompasses the valley is something which one can expect in this trail. It’s something other than a characteristic delight!