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135,13 km

Vista 7153 veces, descargada 113 veces

cerca de Lukla, Eastern Region (Nepal)

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Byangar

28-SEP-11 5:59:54
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centro interpretacion

29-SEP-11 5:12:24
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Chheplung

27-SEP-11 5:21:41
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Chhumkung

02-OCT-11 8:49:58
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Chiamboche

29-SEP-11 12:03:46
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comieno ascenso

05-OCT-11 3:56:00
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Debuche

01-OCT-11 4:51:07
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Desvío Gokio

30-SEP-11 6:20:49
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Dingboche

01-OCT-11 12:20:28
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Entrada P.N.

28-SEP-11 6:52:49
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Escuela

29-SEP-11 11:10:54
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Everest Base C

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fuente

30-SEP-11 10:53:14
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Ghat

27-SEP-11 7:07:44
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Gorak Shep

04-OCT-11 6:55:30
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Hotel Everst Sherpa

29-SEP-11 7:17:15
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Hotel Japonés

29-SEP-11 7:59:28
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Jorsale

28-SEP-11 7:19:40
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Kala Pattar

05-OCT-11 5:33:39
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Lausasa

30-SEP-11 6:49:09
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Lobuche

03-OCT-11 11:18:15
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Lukla

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Mirador Everest

28-SEP-11 10:28:22
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Monasterio

01-OCT-11 5:13:14
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Monzu

28-SEP-11 6:40:28

2 comentarios

  • Foto de hikehimalayas

    hikehimalayas 12-ene-2013

    In November 2012, I did the 14day trek to Mount Everest base camp. I decided not to go with an organised group / tour, and had a Nepalese guide recommended to me through someone on Trip Advisor. My reason not to go with one of the large organised company, is that I wanted to ensure the money went all the the Nepalese people - who work so hard. If you use Nepalese company / guides - it is cheaper and the big companies are not taking a big cut.

    The guide I was recommended was Sanjib Adhikari, http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/ or you can reach him on sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com, was a great guide. He has been doing treks for the last10+ years, and speaks very good english. He arranged everything exactly how I wanted, he gave me good advice before getting to Nepal and on of course on the trek.

    When I got sick with what we thought was altitude sickness, but turned out to be food poisoning, he was fantastic, he looked after me and ensure I did the right thing to get better. We made it to Base camp, and I don't think I would have done it without his direction and guidance. I would highly recommend him.

    You have alot more flexibility going with a Nepalese guide than an organised group. The organised group walk to the slowest person, which is frustrating for people who are faster, and pressure for those who are slow and feel like they are holding up the group. I had the most magical once in a life time trip. Please feel free to contact me about the trip or Sanjib.

  • Foto de hikehimalayas

    hikehimalayas 12-ene-2013

    In November 2012, I did the 14day trek to Mount Everest base camp. I decided not to go with an organised group / tour, and had a Nepalese guide recommended to me through someone on Trip Advisor. My reason not to go with one of the large organised company, is that I wanted to ensure the money went all the the Nepalese people - who work so hard. If you use Nepalese company / guides - it is cheaper and the big companies are not taking a big cut.

    The guide I was recommended was Sanjib Adhikari, http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/ or you can reach him on sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com, was a great guide. He has been doing treks for the last10+ years, and speaks very good english. He arranged everything exactly how I wanted, he gave me good advice before getting to Nepal and on of course on the trek.

    When I got sick with what we thought was altitude sickness, but turned out to be food poisoning, he was fantastic, he looked after me and ensure I did the right thing to get better. We made it to Base camp, and I don't think I would have done it without his direction and guidance. I would highly recommend him.

    You have alot more flexibility going with a Nepalese guide than an organised group. The organised group walk to the slowest person, which is frustrating for people who are faster, and pressure for those who are slow and feel like they are holding up the group. I had the most magical once in a life time trip. Please feel free to contact me about the trip or Sanjib.

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