Trekking in Tibet
Tibet Trekking has been a great getaway to all the trekking fanatics. If you have been trekking in Nepal but not in Tibet then get packing as Tibet trekking gives you an entirely different perspective as we approach the Himalayas from the north, otherwise we usually trek from the south. The first thing we find differences in Tibet trekking is the weather. It is much drier and colder compared to Nepal as the Himalayas block the monsoon rain from reaching this far north. Another factor that affects the weather is the elevation as the average elevation in Tibet is 4,900m.
Tibet also shares the world’s highest peak, Mt. Everest with Nepal. However, getting to the Everest Base Camp from the Tibet side is much easier than from Nepal’s side. Also, the base camp in Tibet offers a spectacular view of the north face of Everest. Other than snow-clad mountains trekking in Tibet offers a lot more. There is definitely the landscape including the high plateaus and to top it off there is the Yamdrok Tso Lake and Namtso Lake, two holy lakes of Tibet, to make our trekking more pleasant. The age-old tradition, ancient monasteries, and friendly locals are the cherry on top.
Adventure Club Trek offers Tibet trekking options at reasonable prices with no compromises on the quality of service. We have Everest-Kangshung Face Trek Tibet-21 days during which we get an up-close view of the east face also known as the Kangshung Face a rarely seen face of Everest. During this 21 day trek, we visit some of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in major cities like Lhasa before setting off to the spellbinding Himalayan landscapes. We also have an 18-day Tibet-Advanced Everest Base Camp Trek for avid trekkers who want to scale the higher altitudes of Tibet and enjoy a closer view of Mt. Everest’s north face.