Hiking along the trails of Everest base camp trekking starts from a flight to Lukla airport via Kathmandu. The Everest region is at Solu Khumbu district in the northeastern part of Nepal. Moreover, getting to Everest is a memorable journey. Famous monastery Tengboche is at the Khumbu region, which is a popular highlight of Everest trekking. So, coming back to the topic, hiking trails for Everest trekking kicks off from Lukla (2800m). Now, from Lukla, the hiking terrains flows towards Phadking (2,610m) and Namche Bazaar. Along the trails of Namche, trekkers cross majestic Dudhkoshi river and observing the electric flow of Bhotekoshi River. Namche offers tribal Sherpa peoples heritages, who are the king of mountains. From Namche, trekkers chase the parts of Tengboche (3,860m) and from Tengboche to Dingboche.
Similarly, crossing the hiking trails of Dingboche (4,360m) trekker chases to Lobuche (4,930m). Crossing Lobuche reaches the breathtaking hiking paths of Gorakshep and Everest Base Camp. Moreover, Kalapathhar is the major highlight of Everest Base Camp trekking because of its scenic grace. Kalapathhar hails at an altitude of 5,545m, offering a 360 view of Everest and its sister peaks. So, after accomplishing the heart-stopping trails of Kalapathhar, trekkers descend to Namche Bazaar and further to Lukla. Thus, from Lukla valley hiking to Everest, trekking concludes as the trekkers will fly to Kathmandu. However, the journey does not end here because the Khumbu region offers lifelong memory via air fly also.
The flight takes from Kathmandu airport every morning to Lukla Airport. The Lukla airport is the official gateway for Everest trekking.
Road trip to march on the hiking route for Everest trekking is not that popular as compared to air-fly. But there are some routes for a road trip to the Everest region. Starting from Kathmandu, the trip chases to Jiri, Bhandara, Phaplu, and finally leads to Lukla valley. Hence, Lukla valley is the major hiking trails for Everest region trekking.