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Time: April 2, 2017 at 6pm to July 11, 2017 at 7pm
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Event Type: trekking
Organized By: Adventure Master Treks
Latest Activity: Apr 2, 2017
Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek has a begins comparatively like the old Annapurna Circuit Trek, going through the swamps and terraced towns of different ethnical individuals always taking after the valleys cut by the waterways originating from the Yalung and Kanchenjunga Glacier. Gradually the trek moves into the higher valleys with mountains becoming bigger and nearer with every day. The trek has two fundamental valleys prompting North and South Base Camp; Oktang (Kanchenjunga Base Camp North) from Suketar and Pangpema (Kanchenjunga Base Camp South) from Mitlung isolated by Sele La. On the off chance that began through Suketar, one can appreciate perspectives of Kanchenjunga Range, Kabru Range and Jannu from removed and watch them develop with each passing days of trek. After some days however tropical atmosphere and Limbu towns the trek at long last enters higher rises at Thungim (recorded in the trekking map as Yamphudin). Some hard days takes after as the move from Thungim by means of Sherpa Gaon to Lasiya Bhanjyang is a lofty 1300 meters climb and is not suggested too. An option course from Thungim by means of Amji Khola more than two days is suggested. This hard day is compensated with perspectives of Everest and Makalu (for this one needs to leave the fundamental trail and keep on for the top for additional 15 minutes close Lasiya Bhanjyang) and furthermore blossoming rhododendrons (in spring) can help lifting the inclination. The thin valleys and little cabins at Tseram and Ramche prompts Oktang (Kanchenjunga Base Camp, South) going through some yak pasturelands on the way to Oktang from Tseram. This piece of the trek offers perspectives of Kanchanjunga, Kabru Range, Rathong, Boktoh and a few other 5000-meter crests lying on the fringe of Nepal and India. Oktang additionally denote the finish of north side of Kanchenjunga Trek.