Everest Base Camp trek is a high-altitude trek that takes you to the base of Mt. Everest, the highest peak in the world.
The 12 Days Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the shorter and more exciting alternatives to enjoy a fabulous Himalayan trekking experience in Nepal. It is ideal if you are short of time and yet wish to trek to the Everest Region.
Though short, this trek offers fabulous and intimate views of the Everest Region. A trek to this region is a dream come true for many trekkers and travelers from around the world.
Everest Base Camp Trek Cost
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12 Days Everest Base Camp Trek Difficulty
The classic Everest base camp trek 12 days is a moderate to strenuous level in difficulty. Hence, with proper preparation and the right equipment and supplies, anyone with a moderate fitness level can go on this trek. This includes beginners with little to no trekking experience.
For novice and beginners, make sure to train a few months before your actual Everest base camp trek 12 days. The physical training will help you prepare for the longer trekking hours and altitude as well. If you find this trek difficult or if 12 days is a bit longer for you, then you could have the same experience of Everest Base Camp Trek on our another package- Short Everest Base Camp Trek which is relatively shorter but gives you the same thrills and experience.
The fitter you are, the more comfortable your trekking experience will be.
Also, consult your doctor before any high-altitude trek like this one.
This way, you will be aware of any situation you may face during the trek. You can also prepare for whatever health complications you may face during the trek.
Let your trekking partner and local trekking staff know about your health complications. This way, they can help you if it occurs. Doing these things will help boost your confidence and morale to go on the trek.
If you want an easier trekking experience, you can skip Kala Patthar on your trek.
Else, instead of rushing for an early morning trek there, you can take your time and go in the afternoon for a sunset view. You can also take more days for acclimatization and rest. It gives you more time to enjoy and savor the experience.
It also allows your body to have time to adapt to the changing altitudes. It is a great way to reduce the risk of getting altitude sickness.
Most trek operators do have the added option of creating custom-made EBC Trek.
Best Time for Everest Base Camp 12 Day Trek
You can do treks in Nepal throughout the year. For the Everest base camp trek 12 days and all other treks in Nepal, the best time is the local spring and autumn season.
March to May are the spring months and late September-November are the autumn months.
These two seasons attract the largest numbers of trekkers in Nepal including the Everest Region.
Both these seasons offer moderate temperatures and more stable weather conditions. The trails are also dry and not slippery or muddy during these months.
December and January are very cold in the higher elevations. You can also get snowfall on the trails. June, July, and August are the summer monsoon months in Nepal. Hence, the trails are slippery and muddy in the lower altitudes. So, these months are not the ideal time for an EBC trek.