Everest Base Camp Trek
This is my first trek in the Himalayas and chose Everest Base Camp because of the tea house. I think it’s something I can do on my own!
I understand that adding dates to a lot of these things does not really make sense. There are risks of delays with the flights in/out of lukla and the treks and also weather.
My Previous Experience : Did a week and half trek in the alps going upto 3000 m. I guess that does not count when I’m going to the Himalayas.
I’m relatively fit with a lot of sports!
24 FEB 17 : Hyderabad to Kathmandu
25 FEB 17 : KTM to LUKLA 6:15 AM and Lukla to Monjo
26 FEB : Monjo to Namche
27 FEB : Acclimatization in Namche
28 FEB : Namche to Pangboche
1 MAR : Pangboche – Ama Dablan BC – Pangboche
2 MAR : Pangboche – Dingboche
3 MAR : Dingboche – Chukung Ri – Dingboche
4 MAR : Dingboche – Lobuche
5 MAR : Lobuche – Gorakshep – EBC – Gorakshep
6 MAR : Gorakshep – Kala Pattar – Gorakshep – As far down as I can go
7 MAR to 10 MAR
I will plan this based on
How far I made it until now?
How is my body reacting?
Will I be able to find somebody to accompany me on the pass?
Great things is all my flights are reschedulable – so if I feel good, I want to push on and do Gokyo.
Would love to go to Gokyo and/or Gokyo Ri but would not want to push my self!
11 – MAR 17 LUKLA – KTM FLIGHT TA 142 -> 11-MAR-2017 7 AM
12 MAR 17 Kathmandhu to Hyderabad
I’m not against using a guide for the last parts of the trek but will I be able to find one in the later parts of the trek?
It would be great if I can find partners atleast for the last parts of the trek!Reply