Everest Trek with Helicopter return map

Everest Trek with Helicopter return map

Everest trek with helicopter return map provides complete guidance for trekkers throughout their journey. The above map gives general information about the Everest trek with helicopter return. The map has the main hiking route with a yellow line, the secondary route with a black dotted line, and a red flag for high passes. Likewise, the essential features of the viewpoint, such as the mountain, lake, suspension bridge, and glacier, are also included on the map with different colors and symbols.

All the features used in a map are in Legend of the Map, which is on the left-hand side of the map on top. Below the legend, the map includes itinerary details for your journey. The red line on the map symbolizes the aircraft route on your Everest trek with heli return.

highlighted on the Everest Trek with Helicopter return map

As you can see on the itinerary highlighted on the map, day 1 has Phakding. The bottom of the map shows the airplane sign, which means you’ll first have a flight to Lukla from Kathmandu airport. Upon landing at Lukla (2840m), you’ll trek to Phakding(2652m) through the main hiking trail, as shown on the map.

As the map shows, you’ll get to Namche Bazaar (3440m), passing through Monjo and Jhorsale on the second day. As the map depicts, day three is your acclimatization day in Namche Bazaar. Continuing your journey, you’ll get to Tengboche monastery (3870m) on day four, passing through the settlements of Samsa.

As per the route map of the Everest trek with helicopter return shown, day fifth is a journey to Dingboche (4410m). The sixth day is your other acclimatization/ rest day on a trip, as you can see on the itinerary of the route map. Day seven leads you to Lobuche (4940m); you can see that the trail goes through the main hiking trail, and the red flag is there on the way to Lobuche from Dingboche, representing the high pass of Kongma La.

Eight days take you to Gorakshep (5160m). And the ninth day is the most awaited day that takes you to Everest Base Camp (5364m). You can see the letter H on the side of EBC representing the helipad from where you’ll get the helicopter and return to Kathmandu through the red-dotted line route.

The mountain peaks on the route map you can see are your companions throughout your trek. Mount Cho Oyu (8188m), Lobuche East (6119m), Pumori (7165m), Everest (8848 m), and many other unnamed peaks represented on the map will accompany you throughout the National Park Trek.