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Gokyo Cho La Pass Trek Via EBC

19 days

Journey from Everest Base Camp towards the awe-inspiring Cho La Pass, immersing yourself in the unparalleled beauty of the Himalayas. Traverse through picturesque landscapes adorned with towering peaks, tranquil lakes, and vibrant flora, as you follow the footsteps of legendary mountaineers. Dive deep into the heart of Sherpa culture, visiting ancient monasteries and engaging with local customs along the way.

Witness the breathtaking vistas of snow-capped mountains and cascading glaciers from vantage points like Kala Patthar and Gokyo Ri. Challenge yourself with a thrilling ascent over the rugged terrain of Cho La Pass, where every step unveils a new adventure. Explore the pristine Gokyo Valley, home to turquoise lakes and the mighty Ngozumpa Glacier, offering a serene retreat amidst nature’s splendor.

Experience the thrill of discovery as you uncover hidden trails and secret pathways, unveiling the untamed beauty of Sagarmatha National Park and the Gokyo region. Each moment on the Cho La Pass Trek promises an unforgettable expedition, brimming with adventure and wonder.

Trip Facts

Region Everest Region
Max Elevation 5545 meters
Mode of trek tea house
Best Season
Spring and Autum

Trip Overview

Commence a thrilling adventure through the awe-inspiring landscapes of the Everest Region with the Gokyo Cho La Pass Trek via EBC. This challenging yet rewarding journey offers unparalleled opportunities to witness the natural beauty and grandeur of the Himalayas. Traverse the majestic Khumbu Glacier, a remarkable highlight of this trek, showcasing the sheer strength and magnificence of nature.

One of the most memorable experiences of the Gokyo Cho La Pass Trek is conquering the formidable Chola Pass at an elevation of 5,420 meters, offering sweeping vistas of the Himalayan peaks. While demanding physical preparation and trekking expertise are essential, the breathtaking views and sense of accomplishment make it all worthwhile. The Everest Base Camp serves as the starting point for this epic adventure, attracting trekkers and climbers from around the world.

To enhance your trekking experience, it’s advisable to hire a local guide and porter who can assist with logistics and provide valuable insights into the journey. The optimal months for this trek are September to November and March to May, offering clear skies and comfortable temperatures.

The meticulously planned 16-day itinerary begins with a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, followed by a trek to Phakding and onward to Namche Bazaar, the gateway to Mount Everest. Take a day to acclimatize and immerse yourself in Sherpa culture before continuing your journey towards Tengboche, where breathtaking mountain views await.

As you ascend higher towards Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorakshep, and finally Everest Base Camp, you’ll traverse deep valleys and pass by ancient monasteries, all while marveling at the surrounding vistas. The ascent to Kala Patthar offers unparalleled views of Everest and its neighboring peaks, while the crossing of Cho La Pass leads you to the serene Gokyo Lake.

The trek concludes with a descent through Namche Bazaar to Lukla, where you’ll catch a flight back to Kathmandu. Mountain Hawk Trek offers this unforgettable journey with customizable options to suit your preferences. Don’t miss the opportunity to embark on this extraordinary adventure and create memories that will last a lifetime. Contact us for inquiries regarding the itinerary and pricing for 2024 and 2025

What to Anticipate on the Gokyo Chola Pass Trek via EBC

Beginning the Gokyo Chola Pass Trek via EBC promises an adventure filled with both challenges and rewards amidst the stunning landscapes of Nepal’s Everest region. Beginning in Lukla, trekkers traverse through the renowned Sagarmatha National Park, home to the majestic Mount Everest, the highest peak on earth. En route, explorers will be enchanted by the pristine glacial lakes dotting the Gokyo Valley and can ascend the magnificent Gokyo Ri peak for awe-inspiring panoramas of the surrounding mountain ranges.
A standout feature of this trek is the opportunity to navigate the Khumbu Glacier, the Himalayas’ largest glacier, offering an up-close encounter with nature’s awe-inspiring power and beauty. The journey also leads through the Ngozumpa Glacier, an impressive expanse in the Nepal Himalayas.

Reaching Everest Base Camp (EBC) is a pinnacle moment, affording trekkers views of the breathtaking Khumbu Icefall, nestled amidst towering peaks. EBC serves as the starting point for ambitious climbers aiming to conquer Mount Everest, and it remains a coveted destination for trekkers seeking unparalleled natural splendor.

The trek culminates in traversing the formidable Chola Pass, standing tall at 5,420 meters, boasting sweeping vistas of the Himalayan panorama. While the crossing demands a good level of physical fitness and trekking acumen, the breathtaking rewards make every step worthwhile.
Beyond the natural marvels and physical feats, trekkers will encounter traditional Sherpa villages and ancient monasteries, offering insights into the rich cultural heritage and way of life of the local communities.

Optimal trekking seasons are between September to November and March to May, offering favorable weather conditions with clear skies and moderate temperatures. As altitude poses a challenge, trekkers are advised to enlist the expertise of local guides and porters to ensure a safe and memorable journey.

Preparation for the Gokyo Chola Pass Trekking via EBC is essential to ensure a safe and rewarding experience. Here are some key considerations to keep in mind as you prepare for your adventure:

Physical Conditioning

The trek presents demanding terrain and altitude variations, necessitating a good level of physical fitness. Begin training several months before your trek, focusing on cardiovascular exercises like hiking, jogging, or cycling, combined with strength training to build endurance.

Altitude Awareness

Acclimatization is crucial when trekking at high altitudes. Spend a few days in Kathmandu before your trek to adjust to the altitude. Familiarize yourself with the symptoms of altitude sickness and be prepared to adjust your pace or descend if necessary. Consider consulting a healthcare professional about medication options like Diamox for altitude sickness prevention.

Mental Resilience

Mental preparedness is as important as physical conditioning. Anticipate the challenges of trekking in remote and rugged terrain, and be mentally prepared for the physical exertion and potential discomfort. Maintain a positive mindset and be flexible in adapting to changing conditions.

Gear and Equipment

Pack appropriately for the trek, ensuring you have essential gear such as sturdy trekking boots, warm clothing layers, a reliable sleeping bag, and a good quality backpack. Invest in high-altitude trekking gear like insulated jackets, gloves, and hats to stay warm in cold temperatures.

Hydration and Nutrition

Stay well-hydrated throughout the trek by drinking plenty of water and electrolyte-rich fluids. Pack energy-rich snacks like nuts, dried fruits, and protein bars to fuel your body during long days of trekking. Maintain a balanced diet to support your physical exertion and recovery.

By prioritizing physical conditioning, altitude awareness, mental resilience, proper gear, and nutrition, you’ll be well-prepared to embark on the Gokyo Chola Pass Trek via EBC and create lasting memories of this extraordinary adventure.

For inquiries about the cost of the Gokyo Chola Pass Trekking via EBC for 2024 and 2025.

Please feel free to contact us directly. The cost may vary depending on your specific requirements and the services provided by different travel agencies. You can also opt for the clockwise orientation by booking the EBC Trek via Gokyo Cho La Pass Trek. If you have any questions or need further assistance, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

Departure Dates and Cost

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Day 01   Arrival in Kathmandu airport (1345meters). Overnight at hotel.

Day 02   Pre-trip Meeting and Sightseeing around Kathmandu valley. Overnight at hotel.

Day 03   Fly to Tenzing and Hillary Airport in Lukla (2800 meters) from Kathmandu, trek to Phakding (2610 meters) 3 hours. Overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 04   Trek to Namche Bazaar (3480 meters) 5 hours. Overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 05   Namche Bazaar Acclimatization day. Overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 06   Trek to Tengboche Monastery (3860 meters) 5 hours. Overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 07   Trek to Dingboche (4450 meters) 6 hours. Overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 08   Day trip to Chhukung valley (4710 meters) and trek back to Dingboche. 4 hours. Overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 09   Trek to Lobuche (4920 meters) 5 hours. Overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 10   Trek to Everest Base Camp (5300 meters) then back to Gorak Shep. 8 hours. Overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 11   Hike up to Kalapattar (5555 meters) early in the morning then trek down to Dzongla. (4800 meters). 7 hours. Overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 12  Trek to corrssing over Cho-La ( 5322 meters) then trek down to Thangnak(4700 meters). 7 hours. Overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 13 Trek to Gokyo (4770 meters) 4 hours. Overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 14  Hike up to Gokyo Ri (5360 meters) early in the morning then Back to Gokyo 4 hours and trek down to Dole ( 4130 meters) 6hours. Overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 15   Trek to Namche Bazaar (3480 meters) 6 hours. Overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 16   Trek to Lukla (2800 meters) 6 hours. Overnight at Guesthouse.

Day 17   Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu in the morning. Overnight at hotel.

Day 18   Leisure day in Kathmandu Overnight at hotel.

Day 19   Transfer to international airport for your final flight departure.

Dear Trekkers, In our commitment to providing personalized service, please note that the Gokyo Cho La Pass Via EBC Trek’s itinerary and cost can be customized to suit your preferences and requirements. Your satisfaction is our priority, and we are flexible to accommodate changes for an optimal trekking experience.

Feel free to discuss your expectations and preferences with our team, and we will tailor the itinerary and cost accordingly. We are dedicated to ensuring your Mardi Himal adventure is not only breathtaking but also perfectly aligned with your aspirations.

Important Notice: Lukla Flight Details and Itinerary Impact

Dear Traveler, We wish to update you on Lukla flight details that may impact your itinerary. During peak seasons (March, April, May, October, and November), flights to Lukla will operate from Ramechhap/Manthali, approximately a 5 to 6-hour drive from Kathmandu. Conversely, in non-peak seasons (January, February, June, July, August, September, and December), flights are from Kathmandu. Please note that the airline determines flight operations based on traveler volume each month. Flight decisions are beyond our control.

Lukla flights are subject to delays or cancellations due to adverse weather, airport congestion, runway conditions, and topographical challenges. For Everest region treks, we recommend allocating an extra one or two days in your schedule to account for potential flight disruptions. This precaution ensures timely boarding of your pre-planned international flight. Thank you for your understanding and preparedness.

Cost Includes

  • Airport / Hotel / Airport pick up & drop by private car / van / bus.
  • Standard twin sharing accommodation in two/three star hotel in Kathmandu breakfast included (4 nights). if you want to upgrade the accommodation please let us know.
  • Guided city tour in Kathmandu by private car / van / bus.
  • Stander meal Lunch, Dinner, and Breakfast ,2litters waters per person everyday and Tea house accommodation during the trek.
  • A government licensed English speaking Guide during the trek, required number of porters, their food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment and a general first aid kit.
  • Shagarmatha National park permit, TIMS card and all necessary permits.
  • Flight fare from Kathmandu- Lukla – Kathmandu including airport departure taxes in Kathmandu and Lukla.
  • Surface Transfer from Kathmandu.
  • We provide Down Jacket, duffel/kit bag and sleeping bag (which needs to be returned after the trek.)
  • All our government taxes.
  • Tourist service charge, vat.
  • Official expense:

Cost Exclude

  • Lunch and dinner whilst in Kathmandu.
  • Your travel insurance (compulsory).
  • Nepal entry visa fee.
  • Items of a personal nature such as hot drinks, alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, laundry.
  • Personal trekking Equipments.
  • Tips for trekking staff and driver.
  • Sightseeing/Monument entrance fees.
  • Any others expenses which are not mentioned on Price Includes section.

Dear guest, should you require additional accommodation in Kathmandu, we are pleased to offer the following rates: US$60 per person per night for a single room and US$35 per person per night for a double (twin sharing) room, both inclusive of breakfast.

Recommended Equipment list for Gokyo Cho La Pass Trek Via EBC.

Duffel bag ( Company provide complementary)
Down Jacket and Sleeping bag 4 season ( if you need nice and clean down jacket and sleeping bag company provide which needs to be returned after the trek)
Hiking pants
Waterproof jacket
Full – sleeves shirt
Jumper or pile jacket
T – shirts
Trekking boots (Water proof)
Camp shoes/Sandal
wool socks
Light cotton socks for under wool socks( take quite several pairs of these too. Better to carry some extra weight rather than spend the whole time washing socks)
Sun hat
Sun block for lips
Sun lotion
Goggles or sunglasses ( with spare )
Thermal Long underwear (take quite a few pairs. Although the weather may be cold one tends to sweat a lot)
windproof pants
Water bottle
Sewing kit
Medical & first aid kit
Flash light ( with spare batteries)
Personal towel
Personal toiletries and medication which should be labelled Please.

Note:- Tight fitting, figure-hugging clothing, such as those made with Lycra can often be offensive to locals, especially on women. If you find these items comfortable as a base layer then please pack something to wear over the top of them.

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What our clients Say?

Anil Shah Kenya

Trip of a lifetime

August 17, 2023

I trekked with a group of 12 to Everest Base Camp in May 2023 with Mountain Hawk(MH) . Prem and his team organised the trip to the finest detail. MH is a an experienced operator ensuring that the trekkers fitness levels are looked at the outset. This ensures almost 100% success rate. I will definitely recommend MH as a responsible enabler.

Rakhee Shah United Kingdom

Trip of Life Time! An Experience I will never forgot!

November 5, 2019

Prem and his team made the expedition a magnificently memorable experience. The views were amazing and feeling of achieving daily goals to reach the Everest Base Camp under Prem’s leadership was incredible. Prem’s invaluable experience and knowledge of the mountains, his confidence, competence and considerate attention to everyone’s specific needs helped us successfully reach the Everest Base Camp. He provided guidance on what we should wear, what to eat (or not to eat in my case as I like being adventurous!), to keep hydrated and he set the pace for trekking each day – kept on reminding us it is our own race! He made sure we were medically and physically fit each day for the trek. Thank you to Prem and his team for making my first Everest Base Camp trek an incredibly memorable experience. I have no hesitation in recommending Mountain Hawk Trekking for a splendid experience – the best in class!!

Lindsay MacDonald Australia

Gokyo Ri, Cho La pass, & Island Peak !

May 25, 2018

Gokyo Ri, Cho La pass, & Island Peak ! Prem – Weather god, protector of stomachs, and guide extraordinaire! I cannot speak highly enough of Prem and Mountain Hawk trekking. Prem led us on an amazing 22 trek through Gokyo Ri, Cho La Pass and the summit of Island Peak. It was the adventure of a lifetime and Prem made sure it was perfect. He had everything organised and he quickly adapted plans and arrangements when things needed to change. He managed our acclimatisation well, taking us up slowly and monitoring our O2 each day. He also kept us away from dodgy foods and no one got sick. While others were flown back down the valley, we continued. He also has a great sense of humour and was really part of our team. And the porters are fantastic! Those tough guys carried all of our stuff, helped us over Cho La Pass and were always smiling. The Island Peak summit was as amazing as the climb was hard. Without Prem’s acclimatisation and preparation we wouldn’t have made it. In years to come I will bring my children to see the beauty Nepalese mountains and I will definitely go with Prem. Thanks for an amazing experience!

Thomas and Marian Corbyons United States

The most remarkable trip Mustang

November 20, 2016

My wife and I went to Upper Mustang in October of 2016 with Prem Pandit from Mountain Hawk Treks. I can only say that it was the most remarkable trip we’ve ever been on. Mustang is vast, stark, raw, remote, and to date, unspoiled.

The landscape is most reminiscent of the old American West–just bigger, and with the Himalayas as the backdrop, and more spectacular. It is high desert with altitudes ranging from 2800 to 4000 meters (9000 to 13,500 ft). Daytime temperatures were a comfortable 15C (60F), nighttime approaching 0C (32F).

The culture is Tibetan, and the entire area is dotted with Buddhist monasteries, stupas and chortens. Beautiful works of religious art are found within the monasteries (which are dark inside: a flashlight is a necessity) and the chortens. The villages themselves are small, with people living traditional Tibetan, Buddhist lives. You feel that you are looking back in time. I suspect this will begin to change as adventure tourism continues to grow.

Our guide Prem was indispensable. He not only planned our trek with us in mind (we are in our sixties), but he is very flexible and made wonderfully thought-out changes to our plans when circumstances dictated. Our impromptu trek to Muktinath comes to mind as one of the highlights, and it was added because we needed an extra day in Lo Manthang which changed the original itinerary.

Prem is passionate about what he does. He is very well informed about the wildlife, the cultural and the religious aspects of this region. He loves trekking and it shows. His thoughtfulness and insight made sure we had a successful trip. I recommend him highly to anyone who wants a real adventure. Prem is honest, considerate, and highly respected in the villages and among his peers. He will not let you down. This was our second trek with Mountain Hawk, and we’d go again with Prem.

Vladimir and Trisha Prpich Australia

Cho La high pass from EBC to Goyko third time in 2016.

February 17, 2016

We first used Mountain Hawk Trekking in 2010 when we completed a short 8 day Annapurna circuit and the Everest Base Camp Trek – see previous testimonial below.

We came back to Nepal in January 2014 and once again relied on Prem and his team at Mountain Hawk Trekking. This time Prem looked after us on two treks: Kanjing Gompa and Goyko – Goyko Ri.

Once again, his level of planning, care and attention was simply outstanding. Both treks were simply awesome. Given that it was winter with freezing temperatures overnight, Prem made sure we had additional blankets to ensure that we were warm and comfortable at night. There were days when the temperatures fell to well below freezing whilst we were trekking and to ensure we remained warm and well looked after, Prem made sure the porter trekked with us so that if needed we could raid our packs for additional supplies.

The scenery on the way to Goyko was quite simply majestic and upon reflection I believe it was a better trek than Everest Base camp. The panorama from the top of Goyko Ri is breathtaking with 360 degree views overlooking the Ngozumpa Glacier which is the longest glacier in the Himalayas.

We are planning to return for a third time in 2016 and if weather permits undertake Cho La high pass from EBC to Goyko and thus complete a loop. If you are planning to trek in Nepal, do yourself a really, really huge favour and use Mountain Hawk Trekking; we highly recommend them.

Gokyo Valley Trek
Team Libra United Kingdom

Best trekking Company for Gokyo valley

November 28, 2013

Only 2 members of our team of 18 had been to Nepal before and both times with Prem and his team at Mountain Hawk (MH). The fact that we chose MH again is a testament to their excellent organisation and ability to manage such a large group. There was a lot of correspondence before the trip which was very efficiently handled by Prem and his guidance in preparing us for the expedition was invaluable. As you can imagine, looking after each one of a group of 18 with diverse needs is not easy but throughout the trip, the entire crew was superb and attended to all our needs with patience and a smile. There were some tricky moments as weather conditions were testing but their encouragement and support got us through. Above all, we all had a lot of fun and laughter with them as we felt they were like a family to us. Thank you MH from all our hearts and look forward to more trips with you.

UK and Kenya, London and Nairobi

John Alchin Australia

Guest houses were very good and the food excellent.

April 19, 2012

Had a great trek to EBC with Mountain Hawk in March 2012. Badri was our excellent guide and Niraj our porter. Everything was organised so well and our safety came first. Guest houses were very good and the food excellent. I recommend Mountain Hawk to anybody.

Steve and Sarah Australia

Travelled with Mountain Hawk

March 6, 2012

Sarah and I travelled with Mountain Hawk Trekking to Everest Base Camp in Jan 2012. Prem was recommended to us by friends as a very professional and knowledgeable guide and we were not disappointed. Our flights from Kathmandu to Lukla and back, meals and accommodation on the trek, porters, park passes, were all arranged by Mountain Hawk Trekking. Prem‚Äôs attention to detail is fantastic, as is his knowledge of the area. He ensured we were well looked after while walking, and in guesthouses each night. Prem and his team are very professional, friendly, and have a wonderful sense of humour, all of which added up to an absolutely wonderful trip. I can highly recommend Mountain Hawk Trekking for your trip to Nepal ‚ we are certainly planning to return.

Rod Poxon Australia

Very memorable Annapurna Trek

February 22, 2012

Thanks for a very memorable Annapurna Trek that you and your group managed for my party. We found the Mountain Hawk team to be excellent, and everyone involved did their utmost to ensure our trip was successful, safe, and enjoyable. Our trek leader, Badri Karki was great, and he really went the extra mile to make sure our trekking experience was first rate. Thanks again, and best wishes.

Rod Poxon, Martin and Tom Beanland, Nick Cook, Rod Poxon, David Reynolds, Peter Addlem, John Denny.

Martin Coveney United Kingdom

Great beer guide around Kathmandu

February 15, 2012

I trekked to EBC in January 2012 with Prem as our guide. What a fantastic bloke he is, brilliant guide, ensures that food at guest houses is tip top and also a great beer guide around Kathmandu on our return. I have recommended Prem to others and they have booked him for EBC later this year Prem you took loads of photos you choose which one to go on.

Martin and Tom Beanland Australia

Happy to recommend your company

December 17, 2011

Hi Prem, Badri and the team, Thank you for all of your help and support. We had a fantastic trek to annapurna base camp. You were very professional and helpful and will certainly be happy to recommend your company to our friends and family. We will remember this wonderful trip forever.

Thank you.

Martin and Tom Beanland, Nick Cook, Rod Poxon, David Reynolds, Peter Addlem, John Denny

Polly Marley United Kingdom

Absolutely first class

November 15, 2011

I had a wonderful week in Nepal in 2007 on the Poon Hill trek. I was very fortunate to have Prem (Pandit) as my guide. Prem is a very experienced guide who speaks excellent English. He was a delight to spend time with as he was able to tell me all about the mountains and the flora and fauna. He was also able to tell me about the local customs and lifestyles of the people who live in the small Himalayan villages. Prem goes out of his way to make sure that you are comfortable at all times. I wholeheartedly recommend Prem as a guide. He is absolutely first class.

Caroline and Dan Canada

Excellent and very attentive.

September 18, 2011

Mountain Hawk treks organized a great trek for my family and I during the month of August 2011. The team of porters and our guide were excellent and very attentive. We had beautiful weather and plenty of wildlife. All in all was everything we wanted. Will be coming back for sure!

Caroline + Dan from Canada

My father, sister and I spent 21 days with Ram, Raju and badri on the Annapurna circuit. I couldn’t have imagined a better group of guides/ porters to spend time with. They were always extremely professional and made the trek a great experience altogether.

Nitin Shah Kenya, Narobi

Annapurna Circuit in May

June 26, 2011

hi mahesh and the rest of the trekking team

it was great while we were there together on the mountains etc. All in the same boat and as they say that sinking feeling but we were adamant and were keen on not letting the ship drown and carried on and persevered and eventually we saw light at the end of the tunnel – literally – we reached muktinath -a very holy place for buddhists and hindus alike !!!

dipak did do a wonderful job and same for prem and his team – so a big asante sana

so hip hip hurray to us all for adding another chapter in our lives !! a milestone by any standards

mahesh it was apity we lost ‘mzee’ earlier on but we inherited another mzee …. you were sorely missed for your chili sauces etc and of course as been our senior member and the wisdom thats comes with it – but we all have to heed the call from above and do what is the right thing for our health and safety !!

so hope all are ok and getting down to business of our daily routines and work loads and asking hte same question -should i be sitting at the desk and do what i do or take time out and do something more adventurous and meaningful ?

its all in our hands

all the best
from the most dangerous aadmi
Nitin Jadu

Annabelle Australia

Everest Base Camp and Kalapattar

March 14, 2011

Mountain Hawk treks provided a fantastic trek to Everest Base Camp and Kalapattar. We had fantastic weather, wonderful wildlife sighting and a caring guide. A very enjoyable eleven day trek! We had the pleasure of meeting many tourists and local Sherpa people alilu. The traditional Nepali Dalbhat un proves…… as you walk down! Fantastic atmosphere and feeling among the trekkers and guides. Our generous, fun- loving porter was an absolute champion!

Sam and Naoko Japan

Experienced and extremely knowledgeable guide about trekking

January 24, 2009

We completed the Everest Base Camp and Cho La pass trek in December 2008 with Prem and we had an incredible time. When you have no previous serious trekking experience and no experience in Nepal, travelling with the right guide is the single most important element of your trip and we have to say we felt very lucky. Prem was friendly and flexible, yet always gave us the space we needed. He is experienced and extremely knowledgeable about trekking, mountain and Nepali culture. With him we felt safe – we believe his advice contributed a great deal in us not getting altitude sickness – and well taken care of. He for example managed to get us the best rooms in the lodges we stayed in whenever he could – so all we had to do was to focus on enjoying our trip. With his knowledge of less traveled trekking regions, including in India, as well as his experience of the most popular technical trekking peaks in Nepal, we felt that there is a lot more to discover and we will contact him for sure for our next trekking adventures. Sam & Naoko Japan

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