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The trekking expedition to the Everest Base Camp report

The trekking expedition to the Everest Base Camp 17,700feet and the Kalapathar 18,002 feet, is considered as one of the top 10 expeditions in the world,

The Solukhumbu region,
the Mega peaks, the friendly people, the Sherpas, the flora and the fauna, make it a truly rich experience, .

please follow the links below to see the clips of our experiences during the expedition,

Please do contact us if you are interested in EBC expeditions in the future, we plan to conduct an expedition around the same time next year too,
Hoping to see for this route next year and many more treks to be done ,

All video clips with Nepali folk music and Tibetian music in the back ground

The Expedition Report,

If you find problem opening the video clips in the above site, please go to the following links for direct access

Everest Base Camp Trekking Expeditoion: Part 1

Indian National Anthem at the Everest Base Camp (17,700 ft)

Summiting Kala Pathar

Part-1: Pre & Post Trek Events and Celebrations

Part-2: Between Lukla & Namche Bazaar

Part3 - Between Namche Bazaaz & Everest Base Camp & Kala Pathar
The higher Kumbu Regions

Part 4- Mountains, Peaks & Sceneries of the Kumbu region

Mountain Flight on Himalayas between Kathmandu & Lukla

The Spirit of a Volunteer

all the pictures are arranged in the following web Albums, also accessable through our website.

http://picasaweb. uk/tosunand/EverestBaseCampAndKalapatharexpedition
Everest Base Camp Part 3, higher altitudes EBC and Kalapathar
http://picasaweb. uk/tosunand/ EBCPart3HigherAl titudesAboveNamc heBazaar
everest Base Camp Part 1 , before and after the trek
http://picasaweb. uk/tosunand/ EverestBaseCampP art1
Everest Base camp Part 2. Between Lukla and Namche Bazaar
http://picasaweb. uk/tosunand/ EBCPart2lowerAlt itudesBetweenLuk laAndNamche
Everest Base Camp Part 4 .The Peaks , Mountains and raw elements along the Khumbu

Leh - Lamayuru to Chilling Trekking Expedition Print E-mail

The climb up the pass (4950m) is a strenuous one, but you will be rewarded by great views of the Ladakh, Karakoram and Stok ranges. In the summer months the shepherds from Hinju bring their livestock to the valley. The trail passes some of their huts where they make butter, cheese and curd. You may see the cheese spread out on the ground in small white, nuggets to dry. The name “Sumdo Chenmo” literally means “ Great Sumdah” and this isolated village shows few signs of change and the villagers are still largely self sufficient. There is a small gompa here as well and some large stone statues of the Maitreya Buddha.

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