Chola Pass with Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the best and most thrilling treks in the Everest region. The highlight of the trek is the visit to Dzongla via Cho La Pass (5,350 m). The beautiful lakes of the Gokyo region and the mesmerizing mountain view from Everest Base Camp (EBC) are other highlights of the trek.
The Chola Pass with Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the longest and most adventurous trek routes in the Everest region. A minimum of 16 to 20 days is required to complete this trek. We’ve designed the itinerary for 20 days for maximum experience.
In the Chola Pass with Everest Base Camp Trek, you’ll enjoy a beautiful view of the mountains like Mount Everest, Gokyo Peak, Cho La, Thamserku, Lhotse, and Nuptse throughout the trek. The best view of the mountains is best viewed from Kalapatthar, Everest Base Camp, and Cho La Pass. You’ll also visit ancient monasteries like Tengboche.
The people of the region practice Buddhism and there are many Buddhist shrines in all communities in the region. Everest Chola Pass Trek can be done throughout the year but the best time is in autumn and spring because the climate is more favorable and stable.
Trip Route: Kathmandu- Lukla-Namche-Gokyo-Chola-pass- Everest Base Camp-Tengboche-Lukla -Kathmandu
Best Month: September to December and March to May
Chola Pass with Everest Base Camp Trek Notes and Safety
If your flight is canceled, we will attempt to get you on a chartered helicopter, but you are responsible for the extra costs which can range from $200-$600 or more depending on the number of people on the flight.
We suggest you add a couple of extra days at the end (never at the start) of your trip in case of any delays.
Trekking is not just walking. Some of our trips are extremely adventurous. We kindly request you to come well prepared before these extreme treks. Buying proper and reliable insurance coverage with Helicopter Evacuation in an emergency is the most important thing before starting the adventures. For serious injuries or sickness, Helicopters can be the only means of evacuation.