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Makalu Base Camp Trek falls under the choice of erudite trekkers. It takes you to the fifth highest mountain base camp in the world, 8,485m or 27,838ft. Trek on the trail less frequented and enjoyed a Himalayan adventure. You will be trekking in Makalu Barun National Park, rich in the Himalayan flora and fauna. You will be trekking in the national park which is home to animals like snow leopard, red panda, and black bear.

Bask in the breathtaking view of Makalu and enjoy the stunning view of mountains, including Everest, Lhotse, Baruntse, and Kanchenjunga. Moreover, you will be trekking past lush green forest, high waterfalls cascading into deep gorges, huge boulders. Enjoy the Himalayan adventure, where you will be hiking on ascending and descending trails. Also, traverse high passes over 4000 meters like Shipton La and Keke La. Pay a visit to the holy Kalo Pokhari Lake adorned with prayer flags. Get an insight into the rich mountain culture and tradition. You will meet ethnic groups like Rai and Sherpa are with Tibetan roots. Get a sneak-peek into the daily lives of people in rural Nepal.

Highlights

  • Trek to the base camp of the 5th highest mountain on earth, Makalu. Savor the view of the mountains like Lhotse, Kanchenjunga, Chamlang, Baruntse and others.
  • Bask in the natural beauty with a wilderness trek in seclusion.
  • Cross high pass of Shipton La or Tutu La pass located at an elevation of 4,229m or 13,874ft.
  • Witness the highest mountain on earth, Everest, from the eastern Kangshung face.
  • Bask in the stunning view of eastern Nepal stretching as far as Kanchenjunga.
  • Get a closer look into the lifestyles of people in rural Nepal and see the variation in the landscape.
  • Trek in Makalu Barun National Park and get a chance to witness rare Himalayan flora and fauna, including the Red Panda, black bear, and snow leopard.
  • Trek through a lush green forest filled with rhododendron trees that bloom in spring, and the colorful flowers make the forest vibrant.
  • Trek past river gorges, glaciers, stunning waterfalls, steep granite cliffs while trekking in the Barun River Valley.
  • Get a sneak peek into the rich culture and tradition of Rai and Sherpa and also visit Buddhist monasteries along the way.

Brief Itinerary

Day Highlights
Day 1 Arrival in Kathmandu
Day 2 Kathmandu Sightseeing
Day 3 Fly to Tumlingtar and drive to the trailhead Chichila (1,980m /6,497ft)
Day 4 Trek to Num (1,980m / 6,497ft) - 5 to 6 hours trek
Day 5 Trek to Seduwa via the Arun River (1,500m / 4,922ft) - 6 to 7
Day 6 Trek to Tashigaon (2,100m / 6,890ft) - 4 to 5 hours trek
Day 7 Trek to Khongma Danda (3,500m / 11,483ft) - 6 to 7 hours
Day 8 Acclimatization day in Khongma Danda
Day 9 Trek to Dobate (3,650m / 11,975ft) via Shipton La (4,229m /13,874ft) - 6 to 7 hours trek
Day 10 Trek to Yangle Kharka (3,557m/11,670ft) - 6 to 7 hours trek
Day 11 Trek to Langmale Kharka (4,410m /14,468ft) - 5 to 6 hours trek
Day 12 Acclimatization day at Langmale Kharka
Day 13 Trek to Sherson (4,500m / 14,763ft) - 6 to 7 hours trek
Day 14 Trek to Makalu Base Camp (4,900m /16,076ft) - 4 to 5 hours trek
Day 15 Day walk around Makalu Base Camp
Day 16 Begin return trip; trek to Yangle Kharka (3,600m / 11,811ft) - 6 to 7 hours trek
Day 17 Trek to Dobate (3,650m / 11,975ft) - 6 to 7 hours trek
Day 18 Trek to Khongma Danda (3,500m / 11,483ft) - 5 to 6 hours trek
Day 19 Trek to Tashigaon (2,100m / 6,890ft) - 4 to 5 hours trek
Day 20 Trek to Seduwa (1,500m / 4,922ft) - 5 to 6 hours trek
Day 21 Trek to Num (1,980m / 6,497ft) - 5 to 6 hours trek
Day 22 Drive to Tumlingtar (51 km /31 miles)
Day 23 Fly to Kathmandu - 1-hour flight
Day 24 Final departure from Kathmandu

Trip Overview

Makalu Base Camp trek takes you to the base camp of the 5th highest mountain on Earth, 8,485 meters 27,838 feet high. The less frequented trail is best if you wish to avoid the crowd and are up for a Himalayan adventure. After reaching Kathmandu, spend a day sightseeing in Kathmandu before leaving for the mountains. Your trip starts and ends in Kathmandu.

The journey begins with a domestic flight from Kathmandu to Tumlingtar, followed by a drive to Chichila, the trailhead of the trek. You will be trekking past hillside villages of Num and walking past farmlands, and crossing bridges to Seduwa via the Arun River. Moreover, you will be trekking past the quaint village of Tashigaon, followed by a trek to Khongma Danada where you will be spending a day acclimatizing. Take an acclimatization hike to Khongma La overlooking the stunning mountain views.

Further, you will be trekking on rugged terrain and traversing passes like Shipton La and Keke La over 4000 meters. Trek past the holy Hindu lake of Kalo Pokhari and descend to Dobate. Walkthrough a lush green forest to Dobate and continue your trek through a jungle and past meadows to Yangle Kharka. Enjoy a trek and bask in the view of the Himalayas on your way to Langmale. Spend a day acclimatizing at Langmale before trekking to Sherson.

You will be trekking to Makalu Base Camp, residing at 4900m or 16,076ft on the following day, which is also the highest point of your trek. Explore Makalu Base Camp for a day and bask in the stunning view of towering peaks. Retrace your steps back the same route as before. You will be trekking past Yangle Kharka, Dobate, Khongma Danda, Tashigaon, Seduwa, and Num on your way to Tumlingtar. You will notice ethnic diversity as you trek from lower to higher altitudes. Rai people inhibit the lower region, while you will find Sherpa people of Tibetan roots in the upper region. Further, you will be flying back to Kathmandu, and on the next day, you will be taking an international flight back home with memories for a lifetime.

Route Map

Makalu Base Camp Trek Route Map

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu

The gorgeous view of mountains will greet you before landing in Kathmandu. A representative from Third Rock Adventures will welcome you to the airport and drive you to your hotel. Later in the day, you will meet your guide and get a briefing on the trek. If you have any questions regarding the trek, you can ask your guide as well. Moreover, you can go through your gear list for the last time before going on the trek. If you want to add or forget anything, you can either buy or hire from the trekking gear shops in Thamel. Also, you can ask for help or recommendations from the guide.

Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 2: Kathmandu Sightseeing

Swayambhunath Stupa Swayambhunath Stupa

Go on a sightseeing tour of Kathmandu and visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites listed Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square.

Climb 365 steps on your way to the hilltop stupa of Swayambhunath, a holy site for Buddhists. It is also famous as Monkey Temple due to the presence of an abundance of monkeys. Visit one of the holiest places for the Hindus, Pashupatinath Temple, located on the bank of the holy river Bagmati. The two-story temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Also, stroll around the Kathmandu Durbar Square, which is filled with temples, palaces, and edifices dating back to the medieval era.

Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 3: Fly to Tumlingtar and drive to the trailhead Chichila (1,980m /6,497ft)

Duration: Around 1-hour long flight and 4 to 5 hours drive

Today you will be taking a flight from Kathmandu to Tumlingtar. Enjoy the stunning view of the snowcapped mountains from your aircraft’s window. Further, you will be driving on the meandering hilly road to the small town of Kandbari. You will get a glimpse of a rural hillside village, and you will be driving on the road lined with bamboo and sal trees. A drive further will take you to the Gurung village of Chichira, also the trailhead of your trek.

Overnight in Chichira.

Day 4: Trek to Num (1,980m / 6,497ft) - 5 to 6 hours trek

Today you will begin your trek after having breakfast. You will be trekking past traditional hillside villages and trekking through lush forest to Num. The village of Num is perched on a ridge and offers a stunning view on both sides. Overnight in Num.

Day 5: Trek to Seduwa via the Arun River (1,500m / 4,922ft) - 6 to 7

You will be walking on an ascending and descending trail. Walk on a big and steep descending trail to the Arun River and the trail features big stone steps to the river. Enjoy the beautiful scenery of rural Nepal on the way. Cross the suspension bridge over the Arun River and hike on a meandering trail before hiking on an ascending trail to Seduwa. En route, you will be trekking past giant bamboo trees and lively villages filled with traditional houses, small shops and tea houses spread across the hillside. Moreover, you will be entering Makalu Barun National Park and there is also a checkpoint to register the permits.

Overnight in Seduwa.

Day 6: Trek to Tashigaon (2,100m / 6,890ft) - 4 to 5 hours trek

Tashigaon Tashigaon

It will be comparatively easy than yesterday and an undulating walk as well. You will be climbing stone steps and trekking past many Mani walls. Moreover, you will be walking through farmlands and forests filled with bamboo and rhododendron forests.  A walk through a dense forest will be filled with the chirping birds. The forest is home to birds including cuckoos, laughing thrushes, drongos, and barbets. Cross the small settlement of Chyaksa Danda and descend to a bridge. You will be climbing up the stone steps to Tashigaon.

Overnight in Tashigaon.

Day 7: Trek to Khongma Danda (3,500m / 11,483ft) - 6 to 7 hours

Your trek starts with ascending and you will be climbing many stone steps. Further, you will be crossing a bridge followed by a hike on an ascending trail through a rhododendron forest. The rhododendron blooms in the spring season making the forest colorful. A wonderful walk through a forest will take you to Dhara and where you will be stopping for lunch and refreshments. Further, you will be climbing a steep trail and trekking past a giant rock before reaching Unshisa. Climb stone steps through rhododendron forest and a trek further will take you to Khongma Danda.

Overnight in Khongma Danda.

Day 8: Acclimatization day in Khongma Danda

Today you will be spending the day acclimatizing at Khongma Danda. You can either choose to relax or go on a hike to Khongma La situated at an altitude of 3,890m or 12762ft. However, going on a day hike is highly recommended as you will better acclimatize before crossing high passes the next day.

The day hike begins with climbing stone steps and the trail is lined with rhododendron trees. It takes around an hour to reach Khongma La Pass and enjoy the view from the pass. Retrace your steps back to Khongma Danda.

Overnight in Khongma Danda.

Day 9: Trek to Dobate (3,650m / 11,975ft) via Shipton La (4,229m /13,874ft) - 6 to 7 hours trek

The trek to Dobate will be one of the trek's major highlights as you will be traversing high passes overlooking a stunning view. You will be ascending on a trail filled with rhododendron trees before reaching Khongma La situated at an elevation of 3,890m or 12762ft. Khongma La rewards you with the stunning view of an astounding mountain like Makalu and Chamlang. Upon descending for a brief, you will climb up and walk on a ridge before reaching Sano Pokhari Danda. Enjoy the view of the Sano Pokhari Lake situated right below Sano Pokhari Danda. A trek on a steep and ascending trail takes you to Shipton La situated at an altitude of 4,229m or 13,874ft. You will see fluttering prayer flags and mani walls with mantras in this pass.

Further, you will be descending to Kalo Pokhari Lake which lies at an altitude of 4,080m or 13,386ft. Pilgrims pay a visit to this holy lake on the occasion of the Janai Purnima festival. Continue your trek to Keke La situated at an elevation of 4,170m or 13681ft. Enjoy the view of snowcapped mountain ranges from Keke La. A walk on a descending trail through a stunning valley will take you to Dobate.

Overnight in Dobate.

Day 10: Trek to Yangle Kharka (3,557m/11,670ft) - 6 to 7 hours trek

Yangle Kharka Yangle Kharka

Enjoy a pleasant trek on a descending trail through a forest filled with rhododendron, redstarts, minivets, and pine trees. The trail steeply descends towards Barun River through the forest and you need to be extra cautious if there is snow. Enjoy the view of snowy mountains like Chanlang and Tutse. Upon trekking on an ascending trail you will reach Themathang Kharka. On the way will also come across an impressive waterfall. Moreover, you will be crossing a wooden bridge, walking on rugged terrain before reaching Yangle Kharka.

Overnight in Yangle Kharka.

Day 11: Trek to Langmale Kharka (4,410m /14,468ft) - 5 to 6 hours trek

You will be walking on a descending trail and trekking past the river and small monastery. Enjoy a walk through a jungle and bask in the gorgeous view of dramatic cliffs on the other side. Also, you will see astounding views of the mountain ranges. It will be a pleasant trek in comparatively flat land. Walk past pastures of Jhak Khark, Yak Kharka and Merek before reaching Lagmale Kharka. Trek past Mani walls and watch prayer flags flutter with a breeze.

Overnight in Langmale Kharka.

Day 12: Acclimatization day at Langmale Kharka

Today you will be spending a day acclimatizing at Langmale Kharaka. You can either choose to relax or go on a hike to a nearby hill. Going on a hike will help you acclimatize to the rising altitude better and your guide can suggest you the best.

Overnight in Langmale Kharka.

Day 13: Trek to Sherson (4,500m / 14,763ft) - 6 to 7 hours trek

The mountain scenery along the trail is amazing and mountains like Peak 6, Peak 7 and Peak 4 will greet you. You will be walking on ascending trail gradually and trekking past a river. Each bend on the trail will open up to a stunning mountain view. You will be trekking past boulders, hiking on a sandy trail and traversing few steeper sections. The marvelous view of Peak 4 appears before entering a wide flat section of Sherson.

Overnight in Sherson.

Day 14: Trek to Makalu Base Camp (4,900m /16,076ft) - 4 to 5 hours trek

Makalu Base Camp Makalu Base Camp

Today you will be trekking to the base camp of the 5th highest mountain on earth, Makalu 8,485 m or 27,838 ft. high. Also, you will see Makalu along with its formidable face featuring icefalls, crevasses, jagged edges and seracs. You will be trekking on the trail with many bends. Further, the trail descends and you will be crossing the river before reaching the Makalu Base Camp situated at 4,900m or 16,076ft. It is also the highest point of the Makalu Base Camp Trek. Makalu dominates the skyline of base camp and you will also notice Tibetan snowcocks, black redstarts, hill pigeons and others here.

Overnight in Makalu Base Camp.

Day 15: Day walk around Makalu Base Camp

Makalu Base camp is a barren and rocky area with a big Barun Glacier beyond it. You will be spending a day in Makalu Base Camp and exploring the area. If you want some easier options then go on a hike to see the lakes beyond the Makalu Base Camp. Also, you can climb a short ridge right above the base camp marked by prayer flags.

 If you want some adventure then go on a day hike to the ridge which overlooks the awe-inspiring panoramic mountain views. Cross the river and hike on an ascending rugged trail to the vantage point overlooking mountain ranges. Savor the up-close view of mountains like Makalu, Peak 7, Peak 6 and Peak 4. Also, you will see mountains like Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse and others. After basking in the marvelous mountain views retrace your steps back to the base camp. It is a strenuous hike on a steep trail and the altitude of over 5,000 meters will be an added challenge.

Overnight in Makalu Base Camp.

Day 16: Begin return trip; trek to Yangle Kharka (3,600m / 11,811ft) - 6 to 7 hours trek


Today you will be leaving for Yangle Kharka and hiking back on the same route as before. You will be descending and trekking past Sherson, Langale Kharka, Merek before reaching Yangri Kharka. Moreover, you will be trekking through dense pine forest to Yangle Khara. Enjoy the scenic mountain view en route.

Overnight in Yangle Kharka.

Day 17: Trek to Dobate (3,650m / 11,975ft) - 6 to 7 hours trek

Enjoy a pleasant walk following the meandering river to Themathang. You will be trekking on a trail lined with rhododendron trees and a crossing bridge adorned with prayer flags before reaching Themathang. Traverse the landslide area with extra caution and you will come across an area with a narrow path. Bask in the amazing mountain view and ascend on a steep trail through the rhododendron forest. A trek on a rugged terrain past lush green forest and valley will take you to Dobate.

Overnight in Dobate.

Day 18: Trek to Khongma Danda (3,500m / 11,483ft) - 5 to 6 hours trek

Savor the breathtaking views of Mount Kanchenjunga on your trek to Khongma Danda. You will be traversing high passes and taking the same route as before. Ascend to Keke La Pass and gradually make your way to Shipton La which is also known as Tutu La Pass. Continue the trek overlooking mountain views on your way to Sano Pokhari Danda that holds religious significance for the Hindus. Moreover, you will be trekking to Khongma La which is marked by a mani wall. Upon descending stone steps you will reach Khongma. You might get a chance to see blood pheasant roaming in the snow between the rhododendron bushes in Khongma.

Overnight in Khongma.

Day 19: Trek to Tashigaon (2,100m / 6,890ft) - 4 to 5 hours trek


You will mostly be walking on a descending trail. Enjoy a hike through a rhododendron forest and trek past giant rock and prayer flags marking Unshisa Pass. Continue your trek to Dhara with an eatery serving food and refreshments. It is a popular stopover among trekkers. Further, hike through dense forest filled with rhododendron and magnolia trees. A trek in spring is colorful with rhododendron blooms. Across a river lies the Sherpa village of Tashigaon.

Overnight in Tashigaon.

Day 20: Trek to Seduwa (1,500m / 4,922ft) - 5 to 6 hours trek


Retrace your steps back to Seduwa from Tashigaon with which you will also be exiting the Makalu Barun National Park. Climb down the stone steps and cross the bridge followed by a jungle walk through dense forest. Moreover, you will be crossing a number of bridges. The forest is home to many birds so you will hear birds chirping during the trek. Also, you will see farms dotted on the hillside and watch out for cardamom plants. Upon trekking past Mani walls and descending stone stairs you will reach Seduwa.

Overnight in Seduwa.

Day 21: Trek to Num (1,980m / 6,497ft) - 5 to 6 hours trek

Start the day with a hike past a lively village and giant bamboo groves. Continue your trek on a meandering trail to the Arun River. Upon crossing the suspension bridge you will get to see a beautiful landscape of rural Nepal. Further, you will be trekking on big stone steps and following the descending river. The trail ascends and descends and passes through a lush green forest to the village of Num.

Overnight in Num.

Day 22: Drive to Tumlingtar (51 km /31 miles)

Tumlingtar Airport Tumlingtar Airport

Take a scenic drive to Tumlingtar on the meandering hilly roads of Nepal. Moreover, you will see hillside villages, terrace farms along with the stunning view of snowy mountains and verdant hills. Rest and relax before leaving for Kathmandu.

Overnight in Tumlingtar.

Day 23: Fly to Kathmandu - 1-hour flight

Today you will be taking a domestic flight from Tumlingtar to Kathmandu. Enjoy the stunning view of the Himalayan landscape along with snowy mountain ranges and verdant hills from the comfort of your aircraft. After reaching Kathmandu you will check into a hotel. Relax after a tiring trek or you can explore the bustling city of Kathmandu and stroll in the streets of Thamel.

Overnight in Kathmandu.

Day 24: Final departure from Kathmandu

The day of saying goodbye has arrived. A representative from Third Rock Adventures will drop you at the Tribhuvan International Airport around 2 hours before your scheduled international flight. You will be flying out of Kathmandu with beautiful memories to cherish for a lifetime.


Best Time to Travel Makalu Base Camp Trek

The best time to do Makalu Base Camp Trek is spring (March to May) and autumn (mid –September to November). The sky is mostly clear, and you will get to enjoy the uninterrupted mountain views. Also, the weather is dry, which makes it good weather to trek. The days will be warm, while nights can be chilly. All these features make spring and autumn the best time of the year to trek, and unlike other trekking regions, you will find less crowd.

When trekking in spring, the trail will be covered with rhododendron blooms which add color to the forest. Also, you will see wildflowers blooming as well. There lies the chance occasional shower in spring and also the haze might cover the mountain view. The most popular month for trekking is autumn, when the monsoon clouds would have clear the weather. You can enjoy the astounding view of mountains, and the chances of rainfall are the least.

Winter trek are least popular, and you need to be prepared with the proper gear to withstand harsh cold. Also, the tea houses or the lodges in this trekking route aren’t well equipped. The high passes might be closed due to snow. It will be best not to trek in the monsoon as flights might be canceled due to bad weather, and clouds might cover the stunning view. Also, the risk of injuries increases with a trek on a slippery trail.

Makalu Base Camp Trek Difficulty

Makalu Base Camp Trek is a moderate to difficult trek and is recommended for experienced trekkers. It is one of the best wilderness treks in Nepal, filled with adventure. You will attain the maximum altitude of 4,900m or 16,076ft at Makalu Base Camp. Moreover, you will be crossing mountain passes like Shipton La at 4,229m or 13,874ft, Khongma La 3,890m or 12762ft, and Keke La 4,170m or 13,681ft. Further, you will be trekking past holy Kalo Pokhari Lake, located at 4,080m or 13,386ft.

It would help if you were physically fit as it is a physically demanding high-altitude trek. You will be trekking in rugged terrain with steep ascends and descends. Experienced trekkers will enjoy this trek, and previous experience of trekking at high altitudes will be advantageous. In a day, you will be trekking for a maximum of 7 hours and a minimum of 3 hours. On average you will be trekking for around 5 to 6 hours daily.

Altitude Map

Makalu Base Camp Trek Altitude Map


Images: Mark Holi



Trip Reviews

Travel experiences of our clients who recently returned from their trips.
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Raul Pugliesi
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Mar 16, 2021
Ever-lasting Memory
Had I done other trek, I wouldn't have enough much, I mean this trek has a lot to offer any trekkers. From authentic experience to lofty mountains, this trek is best suitable for anyone. But that said, your prior trekking experience counts a lot. The trail is not so developed as the popular Annapurna and Everest Base Camp Trek. It is comparatively difficult than Annapurna Base Camp Trek but is doable even for novice trekkers. Glad I chose Third Rock as they accompanied me with the most experienced guide. He was knowledgeable and experienced. He knew the trail, the people there, and their culture. Thanks, Third Rock for your service.
Shawn Murphy
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Mar 14, 2021
Mesmerizing Makalu Adventure
I've seen incredible views of Everest, Lhotse, Baruntse, and Kanchenjunga and the trek is Makalu Base camp trek. You might never have heard of this trek, but I promise you this trek is one of the best treks in the Himalayas. I didn't shoot for this trek when searching online but stumble upon the trek. My curiosity to know a new trek made me dig more about the trek, and I craved to complete the trek. I consulted with THIRD ROCK ADVENTURES. They shared all the trek details with me, and in just about a week, I watched few videos on YouTube, and I booked for the trek. For more than 15 days, I spend days in the Himalayan wilderness, exploring the beauty of Makalu Barun National Park. For sure, and your guide needs to be experienced and friendly And I was lucky to have one of the best guides. He had more than 10 years of experience as a guide. I would attribute his experience to the successful trek. I mean I never had to think about what next. He would manage everything. And most importantly, he had contact back to the office in Kathmandu. The trek is a must-do trek. I enjoyed the trek to the fullest. But make sure to take an experienced guide with you.
Sophia Weber
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Mar 06, 2021
Wonderful Adventure
Had awesome trek to the base camp of Makalu. At first, I was bit confused about the trek. Looked thoroughly through the itinerary, highlights and attractions. I even consulted with the travel consultants and was convinced afterward. This trek is not like Annapurna Base Camp Trek or Mardi Trek. The trail is different and features distinct highlights. The trail is less-frequented which draw my attention at the very first. I wanted to walk through less crowded trail. Makalu Barun National Park was yet another highlight of the trek. I enjoyed the sight of Everest, Lhotse, Baruntse, and Kanchenjunga. Overall the trek was as excited as I was for my first trek to Everest Base Camp. ???? Wir hatten eine tolle Wanderung zum Basislager von Makalu. Zuerst war ich etwas verwirrt über die Wanderung. Ich habe die Reiseroute, Highlights und Attraktionen gründlich durchgesehen. Ich habe mich sogar mit den Reiseberatern beraten und war danach überzeugt. Diese Wanderung ist nicht wie Annapurna Base Camp Trek oder Mardi Trek. Der Weg ist anders und weist deutliche Höhepunkte auf. Der Weg ist weniger frequentiert, was meine Aufmerksamkeit gleich auf sich zieht. Ich wollte durch einen weniger überfüllten Pfad gehen. Der Makalu Barun National Park war ein weiterer Höhepunkt der Wanderung. Ich habe den Anblick von Everest, Lhotse, Baruntse und Kanchenjunga genossen. Insgesamt war die Wanderung genauso aufgeregt wie ich für meine erste Wanderung zum Everest Base Camp.

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