Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek

  • Duration 21 Days
  • Trip Grade Moderate
  • Max. Altitude 5364
  • Trip Start Kathmandu
  • Trip End kathmandu
  • Trip Area Everest Region Trek
  • Major Activities adventure
  • Best Season spring& autumn


  • Follow the footsteps of renowned climbers; Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, Sir Edmund Hillary,
  • One of the most adventure flights in the world Lukla to Kathmandu
  • Scenery of the world’s most spectacular mountains
  • Unique cultures and lifestyles of legendary Sherpa’s
  • Discovering some of the old and famous monasteries in the lap of mountains
  • Searching for the mysterious and mythical snowman Yeti
  • Years old mani stone, engraved with Tibetan Buddhist prayers
  • Challenging hikes to Kalapathar, Nagakarshang, and Everest Base camp trekking in less oxygen
  • Incredible Khumbu Glacier
  • Some of the dangers of glacial lake because of global warming
  • Flora and Fauna inside Sagarmatha National Park, listed in UNESCO

Jiri also known as Switzerland of Nepal, is one of the most famous sightseeing places. People from different parts of the world visit this place to explore its natural beauty. Known as the classic trail to Everest base camp, the trail from Jiri to Everest Base Camp was used by many famous mountaineers like John Hunt, Tenzing Norgay, and Edmund Hillary for Everest Expedition. Jiri is not only known for the classic trail but there are a lot of things Jiri is known for like Jiri Bazar, Shailung Hills, Cheese, Chhurpi factory, natural beauty, and many more. The amazing views of Shisha Pangma, Gauri Shanker, Dorje Lakpa, Ganesh Himal, and Lamjung Himal allure many visitors to visit this place.

Jiri to Everest Base Camp trek is a full-on adventure trek. The trek is suitable for those trekkers who are physically fit, mentally sound, and have long holidays. If you want to push the limit of your body, then Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek is the ultimate adventure that should be in 1st position on your bucket list of high-altitude adventure trekking. Normally trekkers chose to start the Everest Base Camp trek from Lukla but that is too mainstream. But this Jiri to Everest Base camp trek is not mainstream. Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary used this trail to the summit, Mount Everest. 

Since Jiri to Everest Base Camp trek is one of the most strenuous high-altitude trekking, the itinerary for this trail is designed with consultation from mountaineering experts and highly experienced guides to ensure the safety of our guests. Proper acclimatization points and overnight stay hotels have been chosen carefully so that trekkers won't have to suffer from any sort of health hazard.

Highly populated by the highlander Sherpas. this trek provides you a chance to learn about the Tibetan- Nepalese fusion culture, Buddhism, lifestyles in the Upper Himalayan region, and many more. Jiri to Everest Base camp trek is a complete package of fun, adventure, and learning.

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  • Accommodation3*
  • MealsBreakfast
  • Altitude/Time1400m

On reaching Kathmandu via various respective airlines, walk to airport terminal exit, here our guide and staff receive you with a warm greeting and then transfer into car or coach (depending upon group size) for the short drive into the heart of Kathmandu city. On reaching your hotel check into your rooms after rest and refreshment join in the main hall or lobby to join with other members of Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trekking for a complete briefing of the treks with do's and don'ts. The evening includes welcome group dinner in a nice restaurant introducing you with typical Nepali cuisine with folk dance program of all parts of Nepal as entertainment. 

  • AccommodationLocal lodges
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Altitude/Time1,900 m

An interesting drive towards east of Kathmandu on Nepal-Tibet/ China Friendship highway for few hours, on reaching at Khalichaur at Bhote Kosi River, leaving the main highway as the drive leads on winding uphill road to Charikot, a nice town of Dolkha distirct with views of Gaurishanker and Melung tse and as far towards Langtang and Everest on east directions.
From this town downhill to Tama Kosi River and climb back to reach at Jiri a nice hill town, regarded as Switzerland of Nepal, due to it beautiful location of hills and valley cooler climate and views of snow-clad peaks.

  • AccommodationLocal Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Altitude/Time1,770 m

After overnight in Jiri, our first day walk leads past market place and then avoiding the motor road, climbing a hill to reach a high ridge overlooking beautiful views of surrounding landscapes and mountains.
From the ridge top a long downhill walk leads you at Shivalaya village for overnight stop, a nice fair size village with number of lodges for travelers located by the bank of a river.

  • AccommodationLocal Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Altitude/Time2195 m

From Shivalaya morning leads to a steep climb to a ridge pat farm villages and terrace fields and then into a cool shade of alpine forest of rhododendron-oaks-pines trees to reach a small pass of Deurali at 2, 715 meters, here with lunch stop a long descend for two hours to Bhandar village for overnight stop, after walking past large Stupa and villages.
Bhandar also called as Chyangma village, the area around of mix tribe of people with Tamang, Newar, but predominantly Sherpa people.

  • AccommodationLocal Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Altitude/Time2,575 m

Morning starts with downhill through farm areas passing farm villages to reach at Kenja village a nice moderate size village, situated in a warm valley just beneath the high hills of Lamjura and Pikey danda, offering views of Numbur peaks. After Kenja, a steep uphill climb all the way to overnight stop at Sete village from here onwards the temperature gets cooler.

  • AccommodationLocal Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Altitude/Time2,675m to 3,530 m

  • AccommodationLocal Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Altitude/Time2,190 m

After a pleasant stop at Junbesi, morning walk leads to a winding path with glimpse of 
Mt. Everest and other snowcapped peaks, and then down towards a river to cross over the bridge, a short climb brings you at a nice Ringmo village, stopping here for lunch after a refreshing stop.
A slow climb into forested areas to reach Takshindu pass above 3,070 m, and then downhill to Nunthala past Takshindu village with its interesting old monastery, descend continues to reach to the bottom of a hill brings at Nuntahla village, also called Manidingma, a mix village of Rai and Sherpa people. 

  • AccommodationLocal Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Altitude/Time2,250 m

From here air gets cooler as our walk leads closer towards Khumbu area, on leaving Solu region, morning begins with downhill into forest to reach a bridge over Dudh Kosi River, after crossing the raging Dudh Kosi River on winding uphill to Jubing village.
After Jubing an hour climb to Kharikhola at 2,200 m high, which is a large village of Sherpa and Magar tribes, after a short break heading up hill after crossing Kharikhola with steep climb for an hour to our overnight stop at Bupsa, a small village perched on a ridge with superb views of rolling hills and valleys. 

  • AccommodationLocal Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Altitude/Time2,295 m

From Bupsa a slow and steady walk reaches high Khumbu area where the temperature gets cooler as the walk continues through mixed alpine forest. 
Walk leads over Kharte Dande pass at 3,880m high, way above Dudh Kosi River and then reaching at Puiyan (Paya) village at 2,800 m high a nice place in the midst of forest. 
From Puiyan after having lunch leading on a winding trail with views of Lukla town and its airstrip, then descends to Surkhe village for overnight stop in Khumbu area. 

  • AccommodationLocal Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Altitude/Time2,640m

Morning on pleasant undulating trail close to Lukla reaching at Choplung village where trail from Lukla and Jiri meets, from here to Phakding for overnight stop, as our walk leads past villages and farm lands with grand views of hills and valleys then finally reaching at Phakding village by the Dudh Kosi (river) for overnight stop.

  • AccommodationLocal Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Altitude/Time3,440 m

Today a long day to reach Namche Bazaar, starting with a gradual walk following the river upstream and crossing few bridges to reach Sagarmatha National Park entrance near Monjo village. Sagarmatha for Everest in Nepalese and Sherpa call Chomolungma in both languages means 'Great Mother' from here a pleasant walk on the river bed and then climb for few hours into the forested trail with views of snow-capped peaks, as the walk reaches you at exciting town and village at Namche Bazaar.

  • AccommodationLocal Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Altitude/Time3,440 m

A rest and free day at Namche Bazaar for proper and necessary acclimatization at this great height of above 3,440 m high before heading higher ground, at Namche spend the day with scenic hike around and browsing the streets and shops, Namche holds a colorful and busy Saturday Market every week.

  • AccommodationLocal Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Altitude/Time3,867 m

From Namche walk leads on a gradual scenic winding path with downhill to Imjatse River to reach at Phunge-Tenga for lunch, an afternoon with an uphill climb into tall rhododendron, pines, fir forest with grand views of snowcapped peaks. After few hours of scenic and strenuous climb reaching Thyangboche Monastery area, here enjoy the marvelous views of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Kangtenga, Tharmarserku, Kwangde with magnificent Mt. Amadablam, an afternoon with time to visit its interesting monastery and observe monks and priest on prayer.

  • AccommodationLocal Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Altitude/Time4,260 m

Morning walk leads to pleasant downhill for an hour to a bridge, where tree lines stop for short juniper and rhododendron bushes known as azalea facing a dramatic change in landscapes. Heading higher up to the last permanent village at Pangboche, from here onwards are temporary settlements to cater to the needs of trekkers at Dingboche, Lobuche, and Gorakshep areas. As trek progress reaching Somare and then on the windswept country to reach a bridge following the Imjatse River, with the last climb to enter into beautiful Imjatse valley surrounded with famous peaks Amadablam-Lhotse with views of Island peaks towards east. The last leg of the day brings you to Dingboche, a summer settlement with barley and buckwheat field within its patch of stone walls to keep the animals off from grazing.

  • AccommodationLocal Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Altitude/Time4,930 m

Morning start with a short climb on top a ridge with Buddhist prayer monuments and then on the nice gradual path with slow up as the walk leads with excellent mountain views to reach a small place at Thugla for lunch. Here Khumbu glacier melts into a raging river, this where the path from Pheriche and Dingboche joins after a rest and refreshing stop, the walk follows with a steep climb for an hour to Thugla pass, where you can find witness memorials of unfortunate climbers who have died climbing on Mt. Everest, Lhotse or other high mountains. From this isolated spot, walk on a gradual path to reach at Lobuche for an overnight stop.

  • AccommodationLocal Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Altitude/Time5,364 m

Today walk leads to our main highlight of the adventure at Everest Base Camp, walk carries on for few hours with short steep climb in between over glacier and moraine, reaching at Gorakshep, beneath lofty peak of Pumori and Kalapathar. 
Walk continues towards Everest Base Camp over moraine and ice to reach at base camp, here enjoy the view of tumbling and notorious Khumbu Ice Fall and glaciers.
After a marvelous and exciting time with adventure of a lifetime experience retrace the journey back to Gorakshep for overnight stop.

  • AccommodationLocal Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Altitude/Time4,240m to 5,545 m

Morning a steep uphill hike to reach on top of Kalapathar at 5,545 meters, the highest point of the adventure with fabulous and unique views of mountains includes Mt. Everest at its closest.
After a great thrill with sweeping views descend back to Gorakshep and continue to walk up to Thugla, from here on the downhill to Pheriche within the windy valley. A nice scenic walk leads you all the way to Pheriche for an overnight stop with many good lodges and a health post of HRA (Himalayan Rescue Association).

  • AccommodationLocal Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Altitude/Time2,880 m

From Pheriche, upon departure from this point, the trekking phase one forms comprises a downhill trail to get to Tengboche. Leave the site, then go uphill to reach the village. It is a steep hike from the town before one finally reaches the land of the valley.

Wave goodbye to the Imja Valley River that stretches over a suspension bridge of the Dudh Koshi. As the views of Mt. Everest and Ama Dablam become farther away and fainter, you will make it to Namche Bazaar within a couple of hrs. Finally, reach a tea house and enjoy a hot shower after the long hike.

  • AccommodationLocal Teahouse
  • MealsB/L/D
  • Altitude/Time2860 m

Our last day walk of the great adventure, starting on gentle trail crossing a long bridge to reach at Phakding, and then on the way to Lukla with few ups and downhill with last and final climb of an hour to reach at Lukla for last overnight stop in Khumbu and Everest region.

  • Accommodation3*
  • MealsBreakfast
  • Altitude/Time1400 m

Fly to Lukla From Kathmandu Today. Reserve this day as spare or contingency in case of flight delay and cancellation at Lukla, which might happens sometimes due to unfavorable bad weather which is quite normal with Himalayan weather pattern.
With a day in Kathmandu, relax and enjoy with individual activities or join in for another sightseeing tour.

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Last day in amazing Nepal the country of Himalaya wonders, depart from the hotel as per your international flight for homeward bound or to your next destination country, our staff transfer you bidding with farewell. 

Not satisfied with this regular itinerary?

Are you interested on planning custom trip? Feel free to contact us.

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Cost Details
What's Included
  • Airport pick up and drop off by a private vehicle
  • 3 Nights hotel in Kathmandu a 3-star category hotel with breakfast on twin sharing basis
  • Kathmandu Valley sightseeing (Private vehicle and a tour guide)
  • Flight (Kathmandu-Lukla and Lukla-Kathmandu)
  • Sagarmatha National Park fee and Pasang Lhamu Village entrance fees.
  • An experienced English-speaking guide and his all expenses including his insurance
  • Porter (1 porter for 2 trekkers) including all expenses including their insurance
  • Food on the full board during the trekking with 3 compliment teas and teahouse accommodation
  • Complimentary sleeping bags and down jackets
  • Trekking route map
  • First aid kit
  • All the Governmental taxes and service charges
What's Excluded
  • International airfare
  • Travel insurance
  • Nepal visa fees
  • Personal expenses (Wifi, bar bills, laundries, hot shower during the trekking, gadget charging fees- US$ 1- US$ 5 per gadget, mobile recharge, etc)
  • Extra nights accommodation in Kathmandu in case of early arrival from the trek due to unforeseen circumstances
  • Extra luggage charges (Only 15 kgs- 10kgs+5kgs are included if more you need to pay US$ 2 per kilogram)
  • Emergency evacuation (our company will help to arrange the evacuation if needed)
  • Tipping
  • Anything does not mention in the inclusion list
Useful Info

The difficulty of Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek.

As we all know, high-altitude trekking is never easy. But Jiri to Everest Base Camp trek demands really good physical fitness and long holidays. Since we are trekking 5-6 hours a day through many ascents and descents, stamina, endurance, and agility matter. A month of physical fitness exercise is proven useful to do this trek.

Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek involves a tremendous amount of up-and-down walking. All the rivers in this part of Nepal flow south from Himalayan glaciers, but the trek route proceeds east. Therefore the track must climb to the ridge that separates two rivers, descend to the river itself, and ascend the next ridge. Even though the trek begins at an elevation of 1860m, on the sixth day it crosses the Dudh Koshi at only 1500m – after considerable uphill (and downhill) walking. So the trail of Jiri to Everest Base Camp trek is graded as strenuous.

But, with us, no beginners should worry. We will customize the itinerary according to your ability. We can add resting places in between an acclimatization point also. We can extend days so the beginner can complete this strenuous trail safely and successfully.

Lifestyle and Culture in Jiri- Everest Base Camp trek region:

Jiri to Everest Base Camp trek is one of the most fabulous trekking routes in the Khumbu region. This is the classic Everest Base Camp trek route which is also called Hillary Trail as Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary trekked through this trail to summit Mount Everest. The region is mostly inhabited by Local Sherpa people with Buddhist and Bon religions and mixed Tibetan- Nepalese culture. The main festival of this region is Lohar. Every single day of hiking allows you to explore different aspects of the region from flora and fauna to landscapes, farms to forests, warm to cool weather, etc. The trek starts from Jiri which means your body will get acclimatized accordingly while you trek. So there's no need for an extra acclimatization day. The trail is relatively less crowdy as most of the trekkers prefer Lukla as a starting point so it will be peaceful and calm. Locals rely on farming as the main source of food and income during the off-season.

Guides and Porters

Adventure Altitude Treks is a government-registered trekking company. We provide you with the best guides for your utmost satisfaction regarding services. Though this trek can be done without guides and porters we highly recommend you hire a guide and a porter. This makes your trip more knowledgeable and easy. The time for searching for accommodations, and learning about places of interest, culture, and lifestyles on your own is completely saved which means you can enjoy your extra time chilling out with fellow trekkers, hiking around the places, etc. Since this is a strenuous trek, you want to carry as little as possible with you. So hiring a porter is highly recommended. A poster is provided for every two trekkers. The max load a porter can carry is 30 kg which divides into 15 kg per trekker. You only have to carry your backpack which not only saves energy for such a long and strenuous trek but also gives you enough time to enjoy the scenery.

Accommodations and Foods in Jiri - Everest Base Camp Trek

Accommodations: The accommodations for Jiri to Everest Base Camp trek are teahouses. A teahouse is a combination of a guest house and a restaurant. Most of the rooms of tea houses are equipped with twin beds which means most of the trekking part will be on sharing basis. The bedrooms are fairly basic equipped with twin beds and minimal furniture. The living room is devoid of any electric sockets for charging pieces of equipment unless the village has hydroelectric power. Teahouses in the upper region lack any sort of hydroelectric power and completely rely on solar power. Bedrooms may not have any lighting but the dining room is powered with solar energy where you can charge your small electric appliances for a minimal amount. The dining hall is a large common area fitted with a Bukhara stove to keep the area warm.

Foods: Chinese, Continental, Indian, Nepali, and Italian cuisines are found along the way. We recommend our guests avoid any meat supplements in the higher regions as they may not be fresh. It takes weeks to supply food to the upper region so the meat items may not be fresh and may result in food poisoning. Breakfast is mostly Tibetian style with huge Tibetan bread and tea. Dinner is mostly Nepali cuisine but you can find other options too. Chinese foods like noodles, thukpa, and momos are available in most tea houses. But Italian cuisines are mostly confined to Pizzas, burgers, pasta, and spaghetti. But the most preferred dinner is typical Nepali cuisine which is Dal Bhat. Dal Bhat includes boiled rice, lentils, curry, and pickles.

Our recommendation: Dal Bhat for dinner. Veg snacks for lunch and traditional Tibetan breakfast.

Best time to do Jiri - Everest Base Camp Trek

Two seasons are best for Jiri - Everest Base Camp Trek. The Spring season ( March to May ) provides trekkers with comforting greenery throughout the whole trail. The beautiful rhododendron forests covered with their flowers, green and serene coniferous forests, and landscapes covered with snow are the main features of this trail during the Spring season. The weather is super fine and stable with far visibility. The occasional rain clears up the clouds from the sky. The temperature in the lower region might be a little bit warm but higher up, it is still cold and can reach up to -10 degree Celsius at night.

Another best season for doing Jiri - Everest Base Camp trek is during Autumn or Fall ( September to November ): If you hate warmer climates and want a different experience than the green forests, Autumn is the perfect season. The temperature is comparatively colder than in the Spring season but the weather is amazing. Clear blue skies and beautiful sunny days make this trail a fun adventure.

Acclimatization and Altitude Sickness:

Altitude sickness is always a risk factor in high-altitude trekking. The oxygen concentration level in the atmosphere decreases along with the increase in altitude. The higher you go, the harder you find it to breathe. There are certain ways to decrease the risk of suffering from altitude sickness. To minimize the risk, the following points should be kept in mind:

Trek at a slow pace, never hurry

Take acetazolamide tablets in case of emergency

Avoid using sleeping pills or any type of medications that slows down proper physical and mental functions in high altitude

Avoid heavy consumption of alcohol

Take some sips of water frequently to prevent dehydration

Stick to the traditional local cuisine as they are fresh. Foods like meats, bread, etc might not be fresh in upper regions so better consume freshly prepared local foods.

Plan your trip in such a way that you have acclimatization points in the proper place.

Always follow the ' Trek High, sleep low ' rule. This means avoiding sleeping at a higher altitude if you have options at a lower altitude.

It’s hard to predict exactly how your body will react to high altitudes because everyone is different. Your best defense against altitude sickness is not to climb too high too fast and to be prepared by practicing the tips above. If you have any existing medical conditions, like heart problems, trouble breathing, or diabetes, you should talk to your doctor before traveling at a high altitude. These conditions may lead to additional complications if you get altitude sickness.

So to avoid those risks and make the trek accessible for anyone, we, Adventure Altitude Treks have prepared the best itinerary with acclimatization points at different places. This helps your body accustomed to a new climate and altitude.

  • The Everest Base Camp trek is an exciting and challenging journey that takes trekkers to the base of the world's highest peak, Mount Everest. The trail can vary in difficulty depending on your experience level, but it is generally considered to be moderate for experienced trekkers and more difficult for beginners. The trek begins at an altitude of 3000 meters and ends at 5400 meters at the base camp, with most of the trail gradually ascending. The trail can be rocky and the weather can be extreme, so it is important to be properly prepared with a customized itinerary that includes acclimatization points, rest stops, and experienced guides and porters. Don't let the challenges of the trail deter you, as our team is dedicated to ensuring a safe and enjoyable trek for all of our clients.

  • 2. How to be prepared for Everest Base Camp Trek ?

    Althoug Everest Base Camp trek may seem challenging, is is definitely not bone cracking for sure. To be more accurate , the trail is more like a long hike at high altitude . The trek requires no climbing skills or techical expertise as the trail ends at the base of Mighty Everest. However, one should be physically fit and mentally determined. One can start basic physical training that boosts stamina, agility and endurance.


  • Although Mount Everest Base Camp Trek can be done at any seasons , the best time to trek Everest region are Spring ( March-May ) and Fall ( September-November) . With clear skies and no rainfall , one can get the best out of Everest region during these times. However , the trail is mostly crowded by other trekkers as it is the best time trek Everest Base Camp. With extra care , Everest Base Camp trek can be done during monsoon ( June-August) only if your are comfortable with a little rain and mud. The upper Himalayan region experience low rainfall so weather will be mostly clear . The benefit of trekking during off season is the trail is usually quiet with little to no crowd.


  • The trail may seems challenging but with enough preperations , it is absolutely safe to trek Everest Base Camp.

  • Trek to Everest Base Camp can be done without hiring guide/porter. However we recommend you to hire a guide/porter. A guide with lots of eperience can provide you a lot of information about the locality , culture, traditions, geography and climatic pattern of the place and also the language barrier wont be problem if you want to connect with locals. And a porter can carry your dufflebag and this will surely ease your trekking. The 6-7 hrs uphill with 15-20 kg on your back may make you feel uncomfortable and fatigues early . A porter can carry upto 25 kg total so that you can enjoy your trek without having to mind about your back.

  • why do people have to get Altitude sickness?

    Especially Nepal is a mountaineering country in the world. located in south Asia there are many of the highest mountains above 8 thousand meters Mount Everest, Makalu, Kanchan Ganga, and Annapurna surrounding Nepal. more trekkers have to plan to visit the highest mountain in Nepal but they have a big issue with mountain altitude sickness. who are interested to do the Nepal trekking need to must preparing the waking to snowy mountains. when they are arriving in Kathmandu starting to Diamox but why they can use the medicine what is the Diamox, is a solution to the problem that does not use Diamox at sea level. I have more than 15 years of trekking guide experience in the snow mountain in Nepal.

    we always support and give good confidence to our valuable able customers my suggestion for those who are going to the highest mountain for trekking and expedition all around the world first need to do light training and find the fitness level for yourself. mountain site, not the same temperature and climate every 1h to changing so you need to use a long slip t-shirt and jumper not open your body in the mountain site. so when you have a get cold and your body power or thinking power is gone less. you think negative wow my got I think I feel altitude sickness. that's the way first you need to think positive altitude sickness is not a direct problem to an altitude sickness first they give us symptoms like blogging your eyes, don't like to eat anything to food, vomiting, and back headache problem so you need to carefully mention the food and health your body is recovering don't care anything you got altitude sickness

    what is the solution of altitude sickness

    we have a great idea to solve altitude sickness in all Himalayan parts of the world. when you are starting to trekking you need to care about your health first thing is the food you can eat green vegetables and organic food so you got energy, and you need to eat garlic soup once a day 1 time don't be trying to meat item in highest mountain area if they have to fresh its ok but mountain site, not fresh meat item so you need to control for above the 4000 m high and energy bar chocolate when you are hungry you need to eat at least your body get power to move further step so not attack the altitude sickness. every trekker needs to take five liters of water per day so when the traveler uses the Diamox so when time your body is dry you need to recycle for body and trekking time swatting to use the good thermal. for example, mount Everest base camp trekking

    if travelers have altitude sickness what we do

    when trekkers have to get altitude sickness first step you need to come to lowes1000 elevation to where you are and the second step we need to eat soup & energy food, after that use 1 pers Diamox and take rested 2hours then they feel much better if their feet try to go again to further if they have to still problem need to camp back don't try to go more altitude. sometimes people try to go to high altitudes that's a way people go die in a mountain first need to care for yourself if any trekkers carefully follow that information differently they got a destination. the last thing is Diamox is not a medicine that just sorts time gives to control your body time if can don't drink water that time problem the side effect

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