Everest Base Camp Trek map

Everest Base Camp Trek Map

Everest Base Camp Trek map: The above is a digital route map to the Everest Base Camp trek. The map is of high quality and has zoom-in and out features. The Everest Base camp trek route map details the trekking route you’ll walk through to get to your final destination. The map contains two significant features: Legend and Itinerary highlights.

The route map to the Everest Base Camp trek uses several symbols in different colors. The symbols used in a map include the main hiking trail, secondary route, viewpoint, lake, suspension bridge, and glacier. Also, at the top of the map, you can see the mountain’s icon symbolizing snow-capped peaks.

The Everest Base Camp Trek map includes Mount Pumori.

The map represents mountain peaks, including Mount Pumori (7165m), Everest (8848.86), Lhotse (8501), Lingtren (6749m), Lhotse Shar (8393m), Nuptse (7879m), Ama Dablam (6312m), Thamserku (6623m) and Island peak (6189m). Trekkers can also see all the mountains shown on the top side of the EBC route map.

To let the trekkers know about the elevation of the particular area they are hiking through, the map involves the altitude of each area represented on the map. As depicted in the Legend, the map involves the best season and highest point on the trek, Kalapathar, at 5555m.

The third day is acclimatization day at Namche Bazaar.

As shown on the bottom of the map, trekkers fly from Kathmandu (1400m) to Lukla airport (2850m). The itinerary highlight of the map shows that day 1 is Phakding; as represented on the map, you’ll trek to Phakding (2610m) after landing at Lukla airport. As clearly visible in the route map, day two takes to Namche Bazaar (3443m) after Phakding, passing the suspension bridge twice. The third day is acclimatization day at Namche Bazaar.

As depicted on the Everest base Camp route map, taking the main hiking trail, trekkers move forward to get EBC. Day four takes you to Tengboche (3860m), and day five to Dingboche (4140m), passing through Pangboche and Somare village and crossing the suspension bridge twice. The sixth day is your acclimatization day, and you’ll hike up to NangkarTshang Peak, a viewpoint taking the dotted line, which you can see above Dingboche village, in Sagarmatha National Park.

Trekkers reach Lobuche (4940m) after Dingboche, walking through Thukla and Thukla Pass. As you can see on the route map to EBC, day eight is the most awaited. It takes you to Gorakshep (5160m) and Everest Base Camp (5364m).

From day nine, you’ll start descending, but early in the morning on the ninth day, trekkers hike up to Kalapatthat (5555m) and descend to Pheriche (4280m). You can look at the itinerary highlight; after Pheriche, you’ll continue trekking to Namche Bazaar, Phakding, and Lukla and fly back to Kathmandu.