This trek combines a chance to visit Everest Base Camp with a chance to get off the beaten track and see a part of the shocking woodlands of the Khumbu Region. It's a trying course crossing three high stature passes yet with points of view of 4 of 10 of the world's tallest mountains its positively advocated paying little mind to the effort. Like the regular Everest Base Camp Trek the course starts from Lukla and just veers after Namche. Leaving Namche one treks up the chasm of the Bhote Koshi for a couple days before crossing point the Renjo La go at 5360m and heading into the Gokyo Valley. Uncommon viewpoints are gotten from the most noteworthy purpose of Renjo La and Gokyo Ri of Cho Oyu (8,201m), Makalu (8,463m), Lhotse (8,516 m) and Everest (8,850m). In the wake of crossing point the essential pass rest at Gokyo and take in the celebrated viewpoints of mount Pharilapche (6017 m/19741 ft) as it raises over the smooth blue pool of Dudh Pokhari. We leave Gokyo heading down the Ngozumpa Glacier which at 36km is one of the greatest in the Himalayas. We head over Cho La (5400m) with great points of view of Ana Dablum before progressing toward Gorekshep and Everest Base Camp. By the day's end the course meanders from the essential course and head over Kongma La (5535m). The pass gives marvelous points of view of Cholatse, Pokalde, Nuptse, Lhotse, Makalu and Ama Dablam. We cross the pass and dive into the valley of the Niyang Khola where we stop at Chukkung which is the bob off demonstrate for excursions Island Peak. The straggling leftovers of the course takes after the standard dive back to Lukla by methods for Tengboche and Namche.