The trek to Sherpanicol Pass is considered to be the most difficult trek in the Himalayas that is opened for trekking. To ascend the Sherpanicol Pass, one must have adequate knowledge of climbing and prior experience of ascending other mountains. The trekking trials into the glaciers and climbing three difficult high passes all over 6000 meters. The trek starts in the Arun valley area in eastern Nepal and heads the base camp of Mt. Makalu (8463m). From the Makalu Basecamp, the trek heads westwards via the Mount Barunche Base and climbs to the high passes of East Col (6100+m) West Col (6100+m) and Amphulabcha Pass (5845m) to arrive the Mount Everest Region. As the trek reaches completely alpine zone, several nights are spent in the glaciers and snow camping. The trek ends at Lukla where most of the Everest trek starts and finishes.
Sherpanicol Trekking trail will provide a stunning view of the mountains like Kanchenjunga, Makalu I, Makalu II, Jannu, Baruntse, Lhotse, Everest, Ama Dablam, Pumori & Thamserku from Base Camp of the Baruntse. There will be possibly -05 to -10° C temperature so that we should have well equipped with all the required gears and an experienced team of experts.
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