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Short Everest Base Camp Trek – 10 Days

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Trip Duration Trip Duration
10 days
Group Size Group Size
Min 1- 20 people
Maximum Altitude Max. Altitude
Trip Difficulty Difficulty
Activities Activities
  • Trekking
  • Hiking
Best Season Best Season
  • Sep – Dec
  • Mar – May
Calendar Accommodation
  • 9 Nights in Lodge
Calendar Meals
  • 10 Breakfast
  • 09 Lunch
  • 09 Dinner
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Highlights of Short Everest Base Camp Trek – 10 Days

  • Scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla.
  • Explore Everest base camp in a short period of time.
  • In a short Everest Base Camp trek, you can explore the beautiful Namche Bazaar and Everest viewpoint.
  • Warm hospitality and generosity of the local Sherpa Community, along with the common view of ancient Buddhist monasteries and traditional agricultural farms.
  • Spotting endangered animals and birds in the Sagarmatha National park.
  • Panoramic sight of mountain peaks, including Mt. Everest from the top of Kala Patthar and Everest Base Camp.
  • Close View of Mt. Everest and Khumbu Ice Glacier.

Overview of Short Everest Base Camp Trek – 10 Days

Short Everest Base Camp Trek provides a thin-air trekking experience for expedition enthusiasts who only have a limited amount of time to summit Everest Base Camp. This trek is suitable for those who do not have long periods days and want to trek to Everest Base camp in short durati.

This short EBC trip to Everest Base Camp rises above 5000 meters above sea level and does not include any acclimatization days to allow your body to adjust to the high altitude. The walk begins in Lukla, the gateway to the Himalayan region. Lukla serves as the entry point to the Khumbu region. It indicates that you will fly to Lukla and begin your adventure to Everest Base Camp.

After a day of hiking, we will enter Everest National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and then to Namche Bazaar, a picturesque village. Cross the Suspension Bridges above the Dudh Koshi River. Namche Bazaar is a well-equipped trading center in the Himalayan region, with all of the modern conveniences.

Inside This Short Everest Base camp Trek, you meet Sherpa culture, lifestyle, and religion. The rhododendron in the below part and Pine trees are also welcome you. You May encounter Himalayan Thar, Jharal, Ghoral any other animal. If luck comes over can see Snow Leopard in the far distance.

And for the many Kinds of birds Including on national Bird of Nepal Himalayan Peasant (Danphe) can be seen on the way from Namche to Tengboche, Dingboche, and Lobuche. As you progress towards Everest Base Camp, the air becomes thinner and the altitude rises. You’ll pass through a gorgeous Rhododendron and Pine forest packed with magnificent waterfalls and plants along the way.

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This hike will take us across the Khumbu region’s glaciers, which are also known as Nepal’s big glaciers. Once we arrive at Everest Base Camp, we will be treated to a spectacular panoramic panorama of several silver mountains. The return route is much easier to follow. The walk can be completed at any time of year; however, the path sees the most traffic in the autumn and spring seasons.



Short Everest Base Camp Trek – Best time/season

Spring Season

During the Spring Season, the Khumbu Region encourages vacationers to immerse themselves. With the clear weather, the sunshine will be wonderful. There will be a few small clouds and some dampness. Even though the night will still be cold, the day will eventually begin to get warmer.

This season will provide spectacular views of the Everest region as a whole. With temperatures ranging from 15 degrees Celsius to -6 degrees Celsius, the months of March through May are ideal for a short Everest Base Camp trek in Everest Region.

Autumn Season

The winter season will be banging on the Everest Region’s doorstep. However, setting that on hold, the Khumbu Region experiences breathtakingly spectacular landscapes from September to November. During the walk, it’s typical to see exotic fauna, bird species, and thick, luxuriant greenery.

It will be one of the most significant times to go trekking since Dashain, Tihar, and Lhosar, as well as other festivals, fall around this time. The temperature will range from 20 to -10 degrees Celsius, making it perfect for the trek.

Summer Season

The weather will be warm and gloomy during the day, with an easterly wind. The Khumbu Region experiences heavy rains frequently, making the trial tricky to traverse. Around 25 degrees Celsius will be the temperature during the day, and at night, it will dip to -5 degrees Celsius.

Heavy rain and enigmatic clouds may obscure the view, but this season will be excellent for The short Everest Base Camp trek during the clear weather. Moreover, the summer season lasts from June to August.

Winter Season

Above the Tengboche to Gorakshep trial, there will be a substantial amount of snow. The severity of the Khumbu Region’s deep snowfall and bitter weather increase the trek. However, with the proper equipment and attire, one may also embrace the icy atmosphere of the Khumbu Region.

The temperature will be approximately 5 degrees Celsius during the day and -15 degrees Celsius at night. Winter becomes active during the period of mid-November to February.

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Accommodation and Meals During Short Everest Base Camp Trek

The meals and accommodations vary depending on the location. First and foremost, accommodation will be in a three-star hotel in Kathmandu. With a hot shower, comfortable bed, roomy grounds, breathtaking rooftop views, and an attached bathroom, the amenities in the three-star hotel will be of the highest caliber.

Furthermore, middle-range restaurants and teahouses will provide services along the trek. Along with teahouses, one may anticipate high-quality accommodation in the Khumbu Region. The most excellent lodging options with wonderful amenities are available at lower altitudes.

Likewise, The teahouses offering typical Nepali amenities will gradually appear around the high altitude. The Yeti Mountain Hotel, Sherpa Lodge, and the Everest View Hotel are some of the top lodging options in the Khumbu Region during the short Everest base camp trek.

Similarly, the teahouses provide amenities such as a double bedroom, a shared bathroom with no hot shower, a wooden balcony, and a magnificent view from the window.

The meals three times a day are a part of the trekking package during the Short Everest Base Camp Trek. A variety of options, including tea, toast, coffee, juice, fruits, and boiled eggs, will be available for the hearty breakfast.

Along with meat variations and various delicacies, the lunch will feature the renowned Nepali delicacy “Dal Bhat Tarkari.” One can appreciate both Italian and Spanish dishes. Also suitable for short trekking, snacks include food ingredients, chocolate bars, cereal, juice drinks, and others. The lunch and dinner menus will be identical and feature tremendous alternatives.

Travel Insurance

Most trekkers don’t want anything unpleasant to happen to them while they are out on the trail. However, the Short Everest Base Camp Trek analyses all trekkers’ competencies. As a result, one must be ready to overcome any hurdles that may arise throughout the trek. Make sure you prioritize travel insurance before setting out for Everest Base Camp.

An altitude above 5000m is not considered normal, and various obstacles may reveal themselves to you throughout your trek. In Kathmandu, several establishments offer travel insurance in exchange for payment and proper documentation.

More than this, travel insurance covers additional costs that could evaporate during a contingency in the Everest region. Altitude sickness, avalanches, floods, landslides, and earthquakes can occur anytime. Thus it is best to cover all itineraries in your travel insurance, as well as helicopter rescue above 5000m.

With all these precautions in place, managing the situation during an emergency will be smoother for you. Furthermore, you can purchase travel insurance that is good for the duration of your trek in the Everest region.

Moreover, Depending on the time of year and the amount of time you spend trekking, the cost of travel insurance will range from USD 100 to 150.

A typical day on the Short Everest Base Camp Trek

The morning begins with the soothing atmosphere of the Everest region and a glimpse of “Mount Everest,” the highest peak in the world. Similarly, breakfast will be held around 7 a.m., with toast and rich milk tea.

Once we have finished our breakfast, the Everest region’s trekking trail will greet us. After navigating the dense flora and Rhododendron forest at approximately noon, we will arrive at another destination for lunch. We will marvel at the magnificent Himalayas to the north as we continue our trek while taking in the scenery.

The majestic perspective of Lhotse, Makalu, Ama Dablam, and Cho Oyu won’t fade from our eyes during the short Everest base camp trek. After more than 3 hours of trekking, we will arrive at our leading destination. After having a quick snack, we will then tour the Sherpa Hamlets.

Monasteries, neighborhood markets, dining options, and art and craft stores will all be available for exploration. Around 7 or 8 o’clock, there will also be dinner. After supper, we’ll play cards, watch television, and read books.

More than this, guides and porters join us to play fun games and pass the time. Similarly, after admiring the stars in the Everest region at night, we’ll get a great night’s sleep.

Why with us?

Ambition Himalaya is one of Asia’s leading trekking organizations. With decades of exceptional amenities in the Himalayas, we have already established a solid reputation in the eyes of our clients. Trekkers from all over the world admire our expertise and trekking voyage.

As long as it has been in business, Ambition Himalaya has never let any of its guests disappointed since safety and security are our top priorities. Our Trekking organization’s decade of expertise, competent workforce, and continuous improvement have significantly influenced Nepal’s trekking and tourism sectors.

Local Sherpa Guides with extensive knowledge of Nepal’s East and West Himalayas will accompany you on the trek. The crew of guides and porters affiliated with Peregrine is competent in leading the adventure ingeniously and ambitiously. We also have an emergency response team and medical personnel at all times.

In addition, our trip itineraries are unlike any other organization, with loads of experiences and the ability to increase the number of days based on the guests’ requests. Ambition Himalaya has already left its mark over the Himalayas in Nepal, and the remarks and responses we receive are consistently encouraging and uplifting.

Moreover, scheduling an expedition through our organization is a simple process. Moreover, there won’t be a problem with the paperwork or the reservation systems. Our envoy has been in contact with various federal agencies assisting the Ambition Himalaya for decades.

Furthermore, because Ambition Himalaya is a government-approved trekking organization, there won’t be any deception or scams during the scheduling of the expedition or the trek.

As a result, by choosing us for your Nepal trekking expedition, you will be lucky enough to experience the real Himalayan and alpine thrill entirely differently.

Trip Difficulty


The trek begins at an altitude of 2500m in Lukla and ends at 5,554m in Kalapathhar. The Short Everest Base Camp Trek is moderate to simple in difficulty. Thus one should be cautious of the altitude. Furthermore, the altitude climb from Namche Bazaar to Lobuche would be significant.

Altitude sickness is also a possibility over 3000 meters of elevation. Acclimatization and recuperation from Tengboche to Dingboche will allow endurance to be replenished for the trek. Aside from that, appropriate nutrition and hydration throughout the trek may reduce the severity of altitude sickness.

Distance and Landscapes

The trek from Lukla to Tengboche will be straightforward. However, as you approach the Dingboche, there will be a rough, steep trail that you must traverse while leaning across mountain cliffs.

Similarly, the overall distance of the Short Everest Base Camp Trek will be roughly 110 to 120km, with a daily trekking distance of 10 to 15k km. In addition, you will spend around 6 to 7 hours each day on trial.

It is usual for seasoned trekkers, but occasionally weather conditions and the challenging terrain might lead to issues. Consequently, one must have a basic understanding of the landscapes of the Khumbu Region before setting out.

Fitness and Training

Trekking with a backpack along the trail that goes to the lap of the world’s tallest peak will be tricky. One can efficiently finish this incredible expedition with an excellent fitness level. Three to four weeks into the expedition, one can begin practicing a certain degree of workouts and exercises.

One of the most crucial things to undertake is to combine muscular endurance with core strength training. Furthermore, you can make your trek easier by bicycling, swimming, practicing yoga, and jogging uphill while carrying your pack.

The adventure becomes adventurous with the correct stamina and strength during the trek. Otherwise, you may lose stamina and be left out of the adventure due to poor physical condition.

Short/Detail Itinerary of Short Everest Base Camp Trek – 10 Days

DayModeRoute ItineraryElev.(m)DurationOvernightIncluded
01FlightKathmandu - Lukla - Monjo2,860/2,835 30m/5 hrsLodgeB L D
02TrekMonjo - Namche Bazar3,440 4/5 hrsLodgeB L D
03TrekNamche - Tengboche3,860 5/6 hrsLodgeB L D
04TrekTengboche - Dingboche4,410 5/6 hrsLodgeB L D
05TrekDongboche - Lobuche4,910 5/6 hrsLodgeB L D
06TrekTrek - Everest BC - Gorakshep5,364/5,163 8/9 hrsLodgeB L D
07TrekTrek - Kalapatther - Pangboche5,545/3,985 8/9 hrsLodgeB L D
08TrekPangboche - Namche Bazar3,440 6/7 hrsLodgeB L D
09TrekNamche Bazar - Lukla2,860 6/7 hrsLodgeB L D
10FlightLukla - Kathmandu1,300 30mYour HotelB
Note: B - Breakfast L - Lunch D - Dinner

Detail Itinerary

The quiet and peaceful breeze of the Kathmandu valley soothes us as we wake in the early morning. For transportation to the airport, we will use a private vehicle. We will board the flight to Lukla from TIA Airport with the Dornier or Twin otter aircraft.

The airplane soars above breathtaking green landscapes that run alongside the snow-capped Himalayas. After a 30-minute flight, we will arrive at Lukla. While spending the night in Lukla, we will take in the surroundings and exhilarating Himalayan scenery.

The morning glimpse of the majestic Himalayas surprises us. After a cup of tea and bread, we’ll hit the trail that leads deeper into the woods. After traversing the Hillary Suspension Bridge and the Dudhkoshi River Trial, we will arrive at the picturesque Alpine Hamlet.

After stopping for lunch and appreciating the scenery, we will continue down the trail, arriving at the beautiful hamlet of Namche Bazaar after a three-hour trek.

The first glimpse of Mount Everest will astound us. Our overnight stay will be in Namche Bazaar as we take in the scenic landscape and tranquil Himalayan hamlet.

The excellent morning atmosphere in Namche Bazzar’s picturesque hamlet will be incredible. During our short Everest base camp trek journey, today’s trial will be easy to ascent but challenging to complete. After navigating the rhododendron forest, we will descend to the Dudh Koshi Valley.

Moreover, we will take the right trail from the Pungi Thanka and pass through the picturesque Sherpa community. We will arrive at the Tengboche within a few hours after crossing the yak’s trial. Likewise, one of the spectacular sights to view will be the beautiful Tengboche Monastery.

The monastery’s art and painting, prayer flags, and prayer wheels will be major attractions. Overnight at Tengboche.

Waking up in the morning with the stunning view of Ama Dablam to the north will be unforgettable.

Following the trail and traversing the steep slopes, we will arrive at the stream to the south. Similarly, the height increase will be more than 2000m, so there will also be a continuous ascent.

From the Imja Khola’s edge, we shall make our way toward Deboche by trekking. After a short interval, the rhododendron woodland once more astounds us with its beauty.

Furthermore, we will continue on the northern trail. We will cross the Pheriche and arrive in the verdant meadow. Finally, Dingboche will greet us after a while. Likewise, we will spend the night in Dingboche while exploring the neighborhood.

Trekking early in the morning, the trail becomes higher and steeper. The greenery will gradually disappear as we climb the cliffs, leaving just a few shrubs and pine trees in their place.

The trail ascends gradually to Dughla before beginning a challenging ascent that takes approximately an hour to reach Memorial Hill. It is home to a memorial honoring trekkers who lost their lives while scaling Eastern Nepal Mountains.

Furthermore, after crossing the Dughla, we will continue the three-hour trek to the Thukla. After a fantastic lunch and a glimpse of the valley and Himalayas, we will resume our trek.

Moreover, following the trial, we will arrive at the Lobuche after a strenuous ascent from the rock layers and icy terrain. Our overnight stay will be at Lobuche on the fifth day of our short Everest base camp trek journey.

The day will be adventurous after waking up amid the mystical Himalayas and a snowy atmosphere. We’ll take the trial and keep the wonderful uphill trek toward the Khumbu Glacier.

The glacier crossing will include an extremely demanding task. The hamlet of the spectacular Gorakshep will wow us after we cross the elegant bright glacier.

At the Gorakshep, where we will have a little rest, we will follow a simple but rugged trail that passes through a mountainside. Likewise, we’ll be at Everest Base Camp in a matter of hours.

After taking in the magnificent settings and gasping at the beautiful backdrop of the Khumbu Valley, Ama Dablam, Everest, Kanchenjunga, Makalu, and Nuptse, we will head back to Gorakshep and spend the night there.

The trial will be a straight upward climb above the magnificent glaciers, providing an unforgettable experience. The scenery in Khumbu Valley will be spectacular as we ascend to a height of 5545m.

The trek seems intriguing because of the black rock and snow. We’ll be at the Kallapathar in around two to three hours.

The view of the sunrise from here, coming from Mount Pumori’s south, will be magnificent.

Moreover, we will pause to photograph the 360-degree panorama of the Khumbu Valley and Mount Everest. The Lhotse will awe us with its grandeur as it continues to descend and the height steadily decreases.

Likewise, we’ll reach Pangboche by returning to the south and crossing the Pheriche valley. At one of the teahouses, we will stay the night at the Pangboche.

Today’s trek will be simple as we steadily descend and our altitude decreases by 1000m. We will arrive at Tengboche after an early breakfast and a short trek.

A little portion of the Monjo Valley will be visible as we trek past the Himalayan monasteries and progressively descend.

We will gradually descend from the hardwood forest along with verdant vegetation to Namche Bazaar and spend the night there.

Early in the morning, we will head to the south after catching a stunning sight of Lhotse, Everest, and Nuptse to the north. Likewise, we will ascend to the Alpine Vegetation and Greenery by trekking along the Dudh Koshi river valley and the Suspension bridge.

Also, we may see various unusual species as well as birds here. There may be a glimpse of the national bird, the “Danfe.”

After passing through the serene Buddhist hamlet and the stone-paved trial, we will arrive at Lukla, where we will spend the night of ninth day of our short Everest base camp trek journey.

After an exquisite breakfast and enjoying the last day’s splendor of the Himalayas, we will depart from Lukla. The flight will be picturesque as it passes over highlands and rich flora.

Amazing views of Makalu and Everest will be visible from the plane’s window as we fly across them. Within 30 minutes, we will arrive at Kathmandu’s TIA Airport.

From here, our private vehicle will transfer us to the accommodation, where we will spend the night.


What's included
  • Air Ticket of Kathmandu to Lukla and return from Lukla to Kathmandu
  • Includes all the domestic airfare taxes.
  • Sagarmatha national park entrance Permit fees
  • Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality entrance Fees
  • Trekkers Information management System Fees
  • Meal main course ( Breakfast Lunch and Dinner ) during Trekking
  • Accommodation in lodge during trekking (09 nights)
  • Well trained English Speaking guide for trekking his all expenses and insurance
  • Strong Sherpa Porters ( 2 trekkers = 1 porter, Carry 10 kg each maximum) but for solo traveler also can use. and his all expenses with Insurance
  • For groups of over 6 people – the assistant guides his all expenses and insurance
  • Sleeping bag and down jacket used in trekking
  • Duffle bag to use in trekking
  • Free Ambition Himalaya t-shirt
  • Achievement Certificate if you curious to have it
  • First aid kit with guide
  • Taxes, paper works, and company service charges for the trek.
  • Farewell dinner in Kathmandu
  • Pre-trip meeting in Kathmandu before the trek
  • Worst-case rescue and medical evacuation arrangements
Optional Addons

(Available addons on extra cost)

  • Hotel in Kathmandu
  • Sightseeing tours in Kathmandu
What is excluded
  • Travel, emergency rescue charge, and insurance.
  • Extra food, hot and cold drinks, hot showers, etc.
  • Telephone bills, laundry charges, and shower fees are excluded.
  • Wi-fi, Battery charging bill during the trek are off the package.
  • Activities not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Hotel and any activities in Kathmandu.
  • Extra costs caused by natural disasters, flight delays, early arrival, etc.
  • Extra incentives such as tips, gifts, gratitude for the guide, and Porters
  • Any benefits not mentioned in Service Includes Section unless indicated on booking of the trekking

Important Note:

The flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, where the journey begins, is normally trustworthy, but if the weather is poor, all flights for the day will be delayed or canceled. We will try to get you on a hired helicopter (depending on your interest )if the flight is canceled, but you will be liable for the additional fees, which can range from $300 to $600 or more depending on the number of passengers on the Helicopter.

Some itineraries include an extra day in the trek as a buffer in case of delays, But some itinerary no includes extra days. However, because flights can sometimes be delayed for many days, we recommend that you add a couple of extra days to the end of your trip in case of any delays. Extra days should always be added at the conclusion of the journey rather than the beginning.

Special Information for Lukla Flight

Some of the Peak travel Season The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal may run flights from Ramechhap to Lukla and Lukla to  Ramechhap Airport in an effort to relieve congestion at Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport.

In this circumstance, for any affected departures, you will have to get up early on Day 01 drive the 135 kilometers (about 4-5-hours) from Kathmandu to Ramechhap Airport, and also return. Transfers in a private vehicle will be provided at no additional cost. We will provide you with the most up-to-date information about flights.

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Frequently Asked Question

  • What will the Short Everest Base Camp Trek booking process entail?

    This trekking booking procedure is effortless and straightforward. Visit the Ambition Himalaya’s website, scroll down to the list of trips, and register. There will be a variety of packages available; click, complete the form, and reserve the trekking package. If you scroll down, you’ll find more information, including how to get in touch with the Ambition Himalaya agent.

  • Should I bring my medicines on the trek?

    Of course, you can carry your medicines on the short Everest base camp trek. On the other hand, our guide will carry all the necessary medicines for the trek.

    Similarly, if you are experiencing a personal issue, you can bring your medicines without any concerns. Similarly, packing altitude sickness medication would be more functional while trekking.

  • Is it necessary to have prior trekking experience for the Short Everest Base Camp Trek?

    It is optional to have prior trekking experience to complete the Short Everest Base Camp Trek. There won’t be any complicated maneuvers during the trial, and there won’t be constant high ascent.

    However, you may do a few exercises and condition yourself before the trek to make it more enjoyable. Due to the moderate to easy trekking difficulty, all categories of trekkers may complete this expedition very adventurously.

  • Will there be ATMs or a currency exchange facility in the Everest Region?

    Of course, there will be ATMs and a method for exchanging currency in the Everest region. Both Lukla and Namche Bazaar have access to the banking system.

    Past that point, finding ATMs and such will be problematic. So the suggestion will be to exchange your money in Kathmandu before arriving in the Everest region.

    Along with this, a few businesses in Everest Regions accept the international currency, which depends upon the time and the season.

  • Should I get the necessary trekking gear for this trek?

    You do not need to carry any trekking gear. We will manage the necessary trekking gear to complete the Short Everest Base Camp Trek. More than this, you can bring your list of things to pack, such as warm clothes and accessories for the trek.

  • Will there be medical personnel on-site in the event of an emergency?

    If an emergency scenario arises, we are always ready to handle it appropriately. More than that, there will always be a connection to the medical and rescue teams along the trail.

    There will also be some medical personnel stationed near the Everest Region. Our guides are also skilled at handling emergencies and are always armed with first aid equipment. Therefore, if such a crisis arises, our medical team will be there promptly.

  • Is it feasible to trek solo in the Everest region?

    Of course, you can trek solo in the Everest region. As there are no restrictions on trekking solo in the Everest region, we can set up a solo trekking itinerary for you.

    You can trek alone with the assistance of trained guides and porters. More importantly, do your research before the trek and ensure you have a booklet or manual to aid you.

    However, if you wish to enjoy your Short Everest Base Camp Trek alone, there will be no issues.

  • Where can I find a spot to charge my electronics in the Everest Region?

    The use of electronic equipment is crucial throughout the trek. Among other things, one may use it to snap photos and interact with others.

    Several teahouses will present you with charging alternatives. These teahouses will additionally charge an additional USD 15 to 20 for charging outlets. Similarly, you may pack a wireless charger to charge your electronics if there is no electricity.

  • Will there be internet access available throughout the trek?

    Of course, there will be internet access available during the trek. You can do this by purchasing a Sim Card for roughly USD 1 and using the internet freely.

    There will also be wifi access at the teahouses and hotels where you stay. Apart from a few locations, there won’t be any connection issues.

  • Can altitude sickness pose a risk to the trekkers during Short Everest Base Camp Trek?

    The maximum height of the trek will be almost 5000 meters above sea level. More than this, as you exceed the elevation of 2500m, altitude sickness will become effective.

    Altitude sickness is prevalent, but with proper rest and acclimatization, it will be easy to eliminate the threat of Altitude Sickness.

    Additionally, by eating and frequently resting along the trek, one may take safeguards against altitude sickness. Nausea, vomiting, shivering, and fatigue are just a few symptoms that indicate the effects of altitude sickness.

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