Gokyo Ri trek
Gokyo Ri trek is 10 days length Moderate Alpine Peak Trekking in the Everest region. This peak is known as Trekking peak which allows to the summit without climbing gears and peak permits; the Sagarmatha national park permit will let to the summit. The Gokyo Ri rises 5,483 m height above the sea level, which is impressive Panorama Himalaya views Countenance from the Peak.
Gokyo Ri trek difficulty sections are between peak and Lake which is 733 m. Distance from the Gokyo village, there are narrow rocky trails, and icy, slippery hill, particularly November and December are more difficult climb because of the frozen snow.
The peak is more delight for trekkers who are doing the Renjo La pass, Cho La pass, and Everest Base Camp.
Gokyo village also one of the attractions lake for the visitors, it is beautiful blue colour largest Gokyo Lakes; 4,750 m above seas level.
Teahouse in the Gokyo village
There is nice and clean tea houses accommodation in the Gokyo village; side of Gokyo lake, most of the tourist love to stay two nights in the Gokyo village for explores the Gokyo Ri and fifth highest Ice Lakes for the panorama Himalaya views.
Time to climb the Gokyo Ri
Climb to Gokyo Ri from Gokyo valley, it takes one and half hours to difficulty summit, and make a group photo session, absorbs the Mountain views of Mount Everest, Mount Lhotse, Cho Oyu, slowly sunrise and mountain colour converts copper colours, smoothly flash silvers as natural white.
The trek starts flying to Lukla, treks to Phagding, Namche Bazaar, dole Machhermo, and Gokyo Lake, which follow naturally stone step trails same trails as used by locals Sherpa and “Yak” caravan supply the stuff to Machhermo and Gokyo.
Nepal Wilderness Trekking team leads with a qualified guide and sturdy well equip porters, those who locally from Everest regions Sherpa guide
however, ten days Gokyo Ri Trek offer reasonable cost and well accommodate schedule including pick you up and drop to the international airport, Hotels in Kathmandu, both way flight, guide porters, meals, National park permits, TIMS permits, officially paperwork, etc.