Everest region of Nepal is the epitome of walking tourism in Nepal. The place is the home of world’s tallest mountain Mt. Everest (8848 m) and also the abode of another three top ten mountains of the world the Lhotse (8516 m), Choyu (8201 m) and Makalu (8463 m). The place is famously known as the Khumbu and heartland of Sherpa ethnic community of Nepal known for mountaineering. Mountain Hike Nepal would like to invite travelers across the globe to enjoy the majestic wonders of Khumbu region via lots of trekking routes to walk on. Everest region of Nepal holds various trekking routes ranging from short trails to long trails and easy trekking routes to strenuous trekking routes in Nepal. The most famous trekking route of Everest region trekking in Nepal is the Everest Base Camp Trekking. This is probably the most walked trekking route of Nepal. Most of the trekking in this region starts from the Lukla. However, some take the long route from the classical trekking start point at Jiri. For the exploration of Lower Solukhumbu this is the entry point while some take the Phaplu route as well. Everest Three High Passes Trekking route is the most strenuous trekking package to do in Nepal at Everest Region. This route takes trekkers to three daunting high passes as well as to the Everest Base Camp (5364 m). Renjo La Pass, Chola Pass and Kongma la Pass are three famous high passes of this region. Other trekking routes of the Everest region are Everest Base Camp Chola Pass Trek, Gokyo Valley Trek, Everest View Trek, Mani Rimdu Festival Trek, Sherpa Homeland Trekking, Jiri EBC Trek, Everest Mini Trek and Everest Helicopter tours. These trekking packages are diverse in nature as travelers can finish the course within a week to fortnight. Find out more about the trekking routes of Everest region in our trekking packages section.