Gokyo Ri chola pass Everest Trek. The Gokyo valley trekking is the large valleys cut from corner to corner the Solu Khumbu Everest region from the north to the south- the Nangpo Tsangpo valley leads to Tibet and is not allowed to trekkers; the lobuche valley, described in the earlier part, leads to Everest Base camp: and the Dudh kosi valley whose source is in Nepal’s most important glacier, the Ngozumpa. If one goes up the Dudh kosi River, the (milky river) one comes to the sacred lakes of Gokyo. Slightly less popular than the more important trek to Everest base camp, this route offers equally spectacular views, but is less crowded. The final destination of the trek is the village of Gokyo (4,750 meters) by the bank of the third and also biggest lake. Lakes called tsho in the Sherpa dialect have a deep religious meaning for booth Buddhist and Hindus, even if they attract fewer pilgrims than Gosainkund. The village is overlooked by the Gokyo Ri or Gokyo eke kind of grassy hill inhabited only by Yaks and Daphne’s or Pheasant. The views from top are more or less similar to that of Kala pathar. Everest Base camp Trek leads to the hit the highest point of Kala pathar (5,545 meters). The Highest point you can reach in the Nepalese Himalayan range. From the top you have the best view of the surrounding enormous peaks. Because of the extremely high altitude and the rough weather conditions, it is also the toughest trek of the whole range. Beginners are supposed to think twice before they accept it. This trek is dangerous during the winter, when snow blocked the way, and during the monsoon, when the peaks are covered with clouds during the day. The best time, for this reason, is from March to May or even if it is busier, from September to November. This region, called the Solu Khumbu, includes some of the world’s highest packs, such as Everest (8,848 meters) also called Chomolungma by the Tibetans, or Sagarmatha by the Nepalese, Lhotse (8,501 meters), and Lhotse Shar (8,383 meters), Makalu (8,475 meters) and Cho Oyu (8,153 meters). This Concentration of high mountains leads one to believe that the region is a desert of ice, but this is not so. This is the land of the Sherpa’s, people originally from Tibet, who is traditionally farmers. Even as they are better known the world over for their incredible physical strength and mountaineering skills, their customs and legends are often overlooked. Those who visit in this region will personally experience their hospitality; an aspect modern tourism has not changed. For trekkers from the Everest base camp to leading to the Gokyo Lakes, it is little hard to climb to Chola Pass. The Chola pass, 5,420 meter high. Gokyo Chola Pass trekking gives you the quick look of Sherpa villages, homes and monasteries offering you an insight into the quiet, but culturally lively Sherpa way of Life.