Everest Base Camp Trek, the dream of standing on the base of the highest mountain in the world.

At an elevation of 5164 m from sea level, it had different approaching routes. There are multiple itinerary for this adventure. Itinerary varies on the number of days, difficulty grade and start point for the trek. From Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek, additional Gaurishankar Conservation Area Project permit is needed. Know more about the necessary permit for Everest Trek. Also here is a useful link for independent trekkers to know more where, when and how to issue independent permits.

Special thanks to the Himalayan Map House for providing special Everest Base Camp Trek Map. Here is a trail detail with elevation and walking time. You can also download this for offline references. Below you can find six different itinerary used for trekking in Everest Region. Choose the right one for you. For more information browse the homepage.

 Lukla-EBC-Trek

  • Start point – Lukla
  • Number of days – 13
  • Max elevation – 5545 m

 Jiri-Everest-Base-Camp

  • Start point – Jiri
  • Number of days – 21
  • Max elevation – 5545 m

 Gokyo-Valley-trek-Itinerary

  • Start point – Lukla
  • Number of days – 12
  • Max elevation – 5369 m

 Gokyo-Chola-Pass-EBC-Trek

  • Start point – Lukla
  • Number of days – 15
  • Max elevation – 5545 m

 Everest-Thress-Pass-Trek-Info

  • Start point – Lukla
  • Number of days – 17
  • Max elevation – 5545 m

 Everest-Panorama-Trek-Itinerary

  • Start point – Lukla
  • Number of days – 7
  • Max elevation – 3960 m