Everest base Camp stories are one of the adventurous trekking destinations in the Everest region. It is a time in our lives that we still can’t believe actually happened and we keep a journal sorts, writing down our thoughts and feelings along the way during the time of trekking. A modest dream for many, but also a dream that rarely comes true, and lack of knowledge and resources stops it. While doing this trek, the trek offers wonderful mountain views and knows about the lifestyle of the Sherpa people. The whole trail is through forests of the rhododendron and the sky is bursting with pink and red flowers. The trekking route goes through the alpine forest, through villages, rivers and streams, and the villages of the Sherpa people. Mostly we can see Sherpa people on this route because Sherpa’s are the local inhabitant of this route. And most of the people of this region are influenced by Tibetan Buddhism. It is a great place to catch your breath as you spend some time here enjoying the views and the relentless wind. You just can’t help but take a dozen pictures in all kinds of poses on the engineering marvel that is practically the lifeline of the Khumbu region.
Everest base Camp stories are in a bucket list of many adventure lovers as the destinations of the dream to reach once in a lifetime. In the route, we will have a wonderful view of the mountain and glaciers, and not only that we will have an opportunity to know about the culture, traditions, and lifestyle of the Sherpa people. A suspension bridges hanging high above the rivers and swings from side to side in the wind and daring to cross. To this place goes a well-attended hiking trail that tens of thousands of people trek every year. We will have wonderful views of the world’s highest mountain Mt Everest and not only that we will also have wonderful views of Mt Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Lhotse, and many other mountains of the route. This is the tough part of the trek and the gathering rain clouds add to our fears. It is a huge snow wall and an additional treat on the Gokyo trail as compared to the standard of the Everest base camp trail. And their height is awe-inspiring and they are nothing less than broken and twisted rock thrust into the sky.