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Nepal- A small country in South Asia offers multiple trekking adventures to the hiking lovers. Everest base camp trek is one of the most popular trekking destinations among a few more trekking routes with its natural beauties. You might have some amazing sceneries through some social media platforms which attract you to this place. Getting some information about this region, what else would you like to know more? What do you expect from the trek and how is the Everest base camp trek in reality then?

Everest base Camp Trek

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It might raise some questions to you seeing the title of the post. The scenery and the other natural things should not change on Everest base camp trek but it makes huge differences if you do late to do the Everest base camp trek. You should do it now if you would like to do it easier and cheaper. So, if you don’t trek to the Everest base camp now, you will hate yourself later for sure. So, find out 'why you must trek now to the Everest base camp?'

Everest base camp trek

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Everest high passes trek is also known as Everest 3 passes trek which covers all 3 major high passes. You will have Kongma La pass, Cho La pass and Renjo la pass on this trek. This trek covers everything from the Everest region and applies one of the best adventure experience of the Nepalese Himalaya.


Why you should trek to the Everest high passes trek for the most adventure Everest trek? 

Everest Base Camp Trek

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Even until today, many days after visiting the area, I don't know whether there are more sheep or hills in the Lake District, a region in North West of England, covered with cloud flirting mountains mirroring on vast tranquil, limpid lakes.   Yes, there were hills that roll one after another once we left the M6 motorways to enter the LAKES peninsula. They began with green hills that become steeper and rockier when we went farther into the West side of the Lake District, near Wasdale. The roads became more winding, more up and down, and much narrower. We drove sometimes next to teh edge of cliffs that are tens of meters deep, or close to imposing rocky mountain surfaces. Far away were mountains and valleys, all covered with an eternal green colour of pine trees. And over there, among ranges of mountains, was a white line of waterfall flowing down, playing hide and seek with the deep forest, seemingly to be there well before we came and still there...See more

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Please be nice to opossums if you find them in your barns, garages or sheds. They are North America's only marsupial (pouched mammal) and they are ill-equipped for the snow. They have no fur on their feet, ears or tail, so are very susceptible to frost bite. Often when opossums are seen, they are ravaged by frostbite, so they are missing toes, missing part of their tails, and their ears are crumpled. They are beautiful, gentle animals and one of the few mammals that rarely, if ever, get rabies. Why? Because they have a normal body temperature that is below most other mammals. The rabies virus can't survive at this lower body temperature. A healthy opossum's normal reaction to the presence of a human is to stay still, open its mouth and drool. This is a normal reaction! Many people think these are symptoms of rabies in an opossum and that is not true! Opossums are not athletes. They can't run fast, jump well or climb well, so their only defense is to be very...See more

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