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Even though this trek requires some stamina, it is definitely worth doing. We find some of the grandest Himalayan sceneries on this spectacular walk, which takes us along steep-sided valleys and glacial lakes. In the summer, the magnificent grassland flowers bloom in the remote Kangshung valley, which is also called the Valley of Flowers. The highest point on this trek is the Langma La Pass [5,320 metres], which offers outstanding views on a clear day. Towards the South we see Makalu, which dwarfs all the other peaks from this angle, including Everest. From here we marvel at the big trio in the far west of the Kangshung valley - Lhotse Shar, Lhotse and Mount Everest. The valleys and ridges below the snowline are richly covered with grass and thick vegetation nurtured by the monsoon rain that manages to sneak behind these mountains. Before we fly back to Kathmandu, we spend a couple of days in Lhasa exploring the heart and soul of Tibet and object of devout pilgrimage.

Outline Itinerary
Day 1: Drive to Nyalam [3780m]
Day 2: Rest day at Nyalam for acclimatization
Day 3: Drive to Kharta
Day 4: Rest day in Kharta for further acclimatization
Day 5: Trek to Lundrubling
Day 6: Cross Shao La [4970 m] & trek to Kaamo tsangpo valley
Day 7: Trek to Khangsung valley
Day 8: Trek to Pethang Ringmo
Day 9: Pethang Ringmo to Hoppo
Day 10: Trek to Kangshung base camp & return to Hoppo
Day 11: Trek to Base of Langma La
Day 12: Cross Langma La [5330M] & trek to Lundrubling
Day 13: Trek to Kharta
Day 14: Drive to Rongbuk
Day 15: Explore Everest base camp & drive to Lhatse [4050m]
Day 16: Drive to Gyantse [3950m]
Day 17: Sightseeing & drive to Lhasa [3600m]
Day 18: Sightseeing in Lhasa
Day 19: Sightseeing in Lhasa
Day 20: Fly to Kathmandu.