Luxury Everest View Trek - Booking Cost for 2024 - 2025

Trip Overview
  • Duration 9 Days
  • Difficulty Level Moderate or Grade B (**)
  • DestinationNepal
  • Meals & AccommodationBreakfast, Lunch & DInner
  • Trip Start & EndKathmandu to Kathmandu
  • Trip TypeTrekking
  • Major AttractionLukla, Namche, Everest
  • Maximum Altitude3880 Meters
  • Best TimeSpring and Autumn


  • Fly to and back the famous and dangerous  Hillary Tenzing Airport at Lukla by helicopter.
  • Be blown away by the up-close views of Mt Everest from the Everest View Hotel.
  • Epic sunset over Everest while enjoying breakfast at the best hotel in the world.
  • Feel the emotional and physical chill while gazing over the Khumbu Glacier and Icefalls. 
  • Take a trail that once Sir Edmund Hillary took.
  • Discover the fascinating Sherpa people and how they live. 
  • Spot some rare plants and animals in Sagarmatha National Park.
  • Relax in the cosy Yeti Mountain Home lodges.

This Luxury Everest View Trek is basically like all those other Everest View Treks. Still, we'll provide you with the absolute best accommodation, transportation, and food options throughout the journey.

So here's the deal: at specific spots called Lukla, Phakding, Everest View Hotel, Namche Bazar, and Monjo, we've got these best and most luxurious Yeti Mountain Home luxury lodges waiting for you. 

They're designed to be super fancy and blend in with the traditional Khumbu (Everest) Region vibes. Simply put, these lodges are like the five-star hotels of the Everest trails.

The Everest region is breathtaking, and let us tell you, a trek of the Everest view is worth it at least once in your life. 

On this journey, we hook you up with some fancy accommodations right from the start of your trek. Whether chilling in the lower villages or reaching for the sky at higher elevations, you'll stay in these luxury lodges. 

And guess what? We have a team of awesome caterers who'll provide you with delicious meals. They got everything from fresh local grub to fancy imported foods.

Your first glimpse of the breathtaking beauty of this place will be during a short helicopter flight to Lukla. Lukla Airport, which sits at an altitude of 2,860m, is in the middle of the mountains. How cool is that?

It's time to begin our trekking adventure once we touch down in the early morning. We'll head down to our first stop, Phakding, about a 4-hour walk from Lukla. Picture this: it's situated by the riverside, and you can just relax in the gardens of the Phakding Yeti Mountain Home for the rest of the afternoon. 

From then on, our typical trekking days will be around 5 hours long. Some days might stretch to 6 hours, but don't worry. We've got it all figured out. We've scheduled plenty of acclimatization time and never push you to go faster than you're comfortable. 

Along the way, we'll be strolling through enchanting forests filled with alpine trees and passing through charming Sherpa villages. 

Moreover, let's not forget about the crazy rivers you'll have to conquer before you finally make it to the famous market town of Namche Bazaar. Once you're there, we'll stay at a place called Yeti Mountain Home. They've got an excellent spa, a wellness center, and a fully stocked bar. We recommend taking full advantage of these amenities during your stay. 

While relaxing in Namche, we'll take a day off to get used to the high altitude because it's important to let our bodies adjust. 

We'll hit the trails again the next day and head towards Everest View Hotel. But before we get there, we'll pass through Khumjung Village and make a quick stop at the school Sir Edmund Hillary helped set up. 

Not only will we follow in the footsteps of mountaineers, but we will see every part of the mountains here. Our first stop is the Everest View Hotel, where we'll get a mind-blowing panoramic view of Mt Everest, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Nuptse, and Lhotse. It's going to take your breath away, no doubt.

This place is teeming with awesome plants and animals. It's part of the Sagarmatha National Park and the World Wildlife Fund's Sacred Himalayan Landscape initiative. So, get ready for some serious nature vibes too. 

And guess what? The trails will take us past glaciers and icefalls up to Everest View Hotel, also known as the Everest Viewpoint, for our trek. This is as close as you can get to Everest without needing a climbing permit or an expedition team. The views up there are insane, and it's like you can almost touch Everest, Mount Pumori, and Ama Dablam

And here's the best part, this package is customizable. We can make changes to fit your needs and wants, no problem. And guess what? We guarantee that all customized packages will depart with no flaking on you. And if you roll with a group you get a special discount to save some cash. 

Spring and Autumn are the best seasons to plan this trek. You will live a luxurious life with us, even in the mountains.

What To Expect on Luxury Everest View Trek

If you enjoy the mind-blowing views of Mount Everest and the Himalayan peaks but aren't keen on going through the exhausting trek to Everest Base Camp, then the Luxury Everest View Trek is the best! Here's why it's the best:

You get to chill in fancy lodges and hotels about that luxury life. Think cozy beds, hot showers, and gourmet meals to make your taste buds dance. It's the ultimate choice for trekkers who want to soak in the stunning mountain scenery without giving up their comfort.

The Luxury Everest View Trek is a shorter version of the regular Everest Base Camp trek, perfect for trekkers who are short on time or prefer a more laid-back adventure. The highest point on this trek is the Everest View Hotel at 13000 ft., which is way lower than the Everest Base Camp at 5,364 meters. 

That means you're less likely to get altitude sickness and can enjoy the journey without struggling too much with the high altitudes. You'll get to pass through Namche Bazaar, the busiest hub of the Sherpa community

Landscape along the trail

It's a great chance to soak up the local culture, traditions, and the Sherpas' warm hospitality. The Luxury Everest View Trek gives you mind-blowing views of Mount Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, and other stunning Himalayan peaks. 

Plus, the Khumbu region's landscape is simply breathtaking. This trek is usually less crowded than the traditional Everest Base Camp trek, so you can savor a more serene experience.

Add On Helicopter Tour to Everest Base Camp 

If you're up for it, you can spice up your stay at the Everest View Hotel by adding a fantastic helicopter tour to either Kala Patthar or Gokyo with a few extra costs. Imagine starting your day with an early morning chopper ride to these incredible spots. 

At Kala Patthar, you'll be treated to mind-blowing views of Mount Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Pumori, and the Khumbu Glacier. Or, if you prefer Gokyo, get ready to be blown away by the stunning Gokyo Lakes and the surrounding peaks like Cho Oyu, Everest, Lhotse, and Makalu. 

Take your time, snap some photos, and soak in the breathtaking scenery before hopping back on the chopper and heading back to the Everest View Hotel. From there, you can continue your trek to Namche Bazaar as planned. 

Adding this helicopter tour will take your Luxury Everest View Trek to a new level of awesomeness. It's a once-in-a-lifetime experience that'll make your trip truly unforgettable. 

helicopter flight to Everest base camp

Everest View Luxury Trek is Best for All Occasions 

Sometimes it can be challenging to figure out how to make a special occasion even more special. Whether you're a local or just visiting, why not consider embarking on a Luxury Everest View trek in Nepal? It could be just the thing you need. You'll get the most incredible view of the Everest region and even Everest itself, minus the crowds. 

Certain events in life deserve extraordinary experiences to make them truly memorable. Whether it's a major milestone in your relationship, career, or personal life, we list some special occasions you should celebrate with a helicopter ride. Keep reading to discover why a trip to the Everest region is fantastic.

If you want a memory that will last forever, we've covered you with unique and personalized proposal ideas for you and your partner. Just give us a quick talk, and we'll develop fantastic suggestions. 

Once you've approved your dream proposal, we'll make it a reality by connecting you with the perfect vendors and venues and taking care of all the coordination.

Luxury Everest View Adventure Anniversary Trip

Whether it's your first or fiftieth anniversary, it's time to go all out and make this day more memorable. How about treating yourselves to an epic adventure? Picture this: a luxury trek to Everest, the tallest peak in the world. Yes, you heard it right. This is not your average anniversary trip.

You will wake up in a cozy 5-star mountain lodge surrounded by breathtaking views of snow-capped peaks. Moreover, you and your partner can gear up and get ready to reach the viewpoint of Everest here. But we're not talking about a tiring and challenging hike here. We're talking luxury up to the Everest View Hotel. 

Jump aboard a fancy helicopter to Luka and soar above the majestic Himalayas. As you soar higher, the landscape unfolds before you, leaving you in awe of nature's grandeur. You'll feel like you're floating among the clouds, hand in hand with your loved one. It's a surreal adventure that will leave you breathless.

Touch down at Lukla and then trek in style. Imagine the thrill of standing at the foot of this region, celebrating your anniversary in the most extraordinary way possible. Enjoy the beauty, snap some incredible photos, and create long-lasting memories. 

Afterward, retreat to your luxurious lodge, where comfort and pampering await. Moreover, indulge in gourmet meals, relax in a cozy room, and soak in a hot tub overlooking the majestic peaks. It's the perfect way to unwind and savor the moments together.

This Everest luxury trek will be a milestone in your relationship. It's not just an anniversary trip, as it's an adventure that symbolizes the heights you've reached together. So why settle for the basics if you can celebrate your love in extraordinary style? 

Luxury Everest View Birthday Trek - Celebration at 3880 Meters

Birthdays are the most exciting things and are celebrated by everyone. Why not gather your crew of awesome people and make it unique with our Everest view Luxury Trek?

Now, picture this: you and your gang, soaring high in a fancy helicopter, headed towards the Lukla. YeYesh, we're here talking about a luxury trek to view the highest peak on the planet for your birthday bash. 

Imagine the breathtaking views as you trek through the snow-capped Himalayas. Moreover, enjoy the views while sipping on some bubbly and having a blast with your loved ones. It's like a dream come true, right?

Once you land in Lukla, you'll embark on an epic adventure, trekking through picturesque trails surrounded by stunning landscapes that will leave you in awe. And don't worry, as this won't be some ordinary trek. We're talking luxury with comfortable accommodations, delicious meals, and expert guides to ensure you have the time.

So, forget about the boring old birthday parties and make this year one for the books. Treat yourself to a thrilling escapade on Mount Everest because you deserve it. 

Luxury Everest Panorama View Trip with Kids and Senior

For kids and seniors looking for a fantastic adventure suitable for all ages, the Everest View trek is just the ticket. We've brought something unique planned for you, and here it goes. 

First, we want to ensure you have a comfortable and hassle-free journey. So, we'll whisk you away on a thrilling helicopter ride to Lukla, where your trek will begin. No need to worry about delayed flights from the starting point (Kathmandu).  

Throughout the entire trek, we've got luxury facilities lined up for you. We've handpicked top-notch 5-star hotel accommodations and delicious food at Yeti Homes. Trust us, and you'll be pampered like royalty here with us.

Everest view hotel with sinior

Now, let's talk about the highlight of your trek – the Everest View Hotel. This place is truly magical. Not only will you get stupendous panoramas of Mount Everest. But you'll also catch glimpses of famous peaks like Makalu, Ama Dablam, and Lhotse.

And guess what? You'll be spending the night at the Everest View Hotel, which holds the honor of being the first hotel located at such a high elevation. It's the perfect spot to soak in the incredible scenery and enjoy the peaceful ambiance.

So, gather your loved ones, young and old, and prepare for an unforgettable adventure at the Everest View Hotel. It's a trek that combines luxury, natural beauty, and the thrill of exploration. 

What Makes the Value Of Your Everest View Luxury Trip

Lukla Airport

You will fly into Tenzing-Hillary Airport, also known as Lukla Airport, so get ready for a mix of beauty and pure terror. People always describe it as "beautiful yet terrifying." Picture this: the airport is stuck right on the side of a mountain, almost 2,900m high. On one end, there's a crazy 600m drop off a cliff face and a solid stone wall on the other. No wonder it's considered one of the most dangerous airports out there.

Don't expect to be sleepy during the short flight to the hillside runway. The tiny cabin, breathtaking views, and nerve-wracking approach will keep you on the edge of your sea. But don't worry; we'll take a helicopter flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, so you don't have to stress about your Lukla flights getting canceled or diverted to Mantahli.

Phakding monastery 

Phakding monastery got bigger, and if the weather's clear, you can see Thamserku, part of Kusum Kanguru, and even Tawachi way up north. Some people say you can even spot Everest from up on the ridge. This monastery is Nyingma-pa and pretty active.

About 20 monks and nuns live here, and they do their prayers, usually in the mornings, or so we've heard. The main building has a pretty intense statue of Guru Rinpoche, holding his Vajra/Dorje, the skull mace, and some vase-like objects.

On both sides are even scarier statues of two female deities, Yeshe Tsogyal and Mandarava, in Nepal. The one on the right is a weird-looking white demon with a freaky mouth and scary eyes. The other one, called Dorje Tapu, is just as terrifying. There are also statues of Sakyamuni Buddha and Chenresig.

Hilary suspension bridge 

This final suspension bridge, situated above Nepal's Dudh Koshi River and named in honor of Sir Edmund Hillary, who, along with Tenzing Norgay, achieved the first summit of Everest, is among the many suspension bridges that adventurers heading towards Everest Base Camp must traverse. This bridge is popular for capturing photographs along the route, adorned with prayer flags and Khada Buddhist shawls and surrounded by rugged canyons.

Standing at a staggering length of 459 feet and a height of 410 feet, it frequently sways under the influence of high-altitude winds. As the last bridge to be crossed before reaching Namche Bazaar, famously known as the "gateway to Everest," it marks a significant milestone for trekkers journeying from Phakding to Namche.

Hillary Suspension Bridge

Sherpa museum 

The Sherpa Museum is a must-see when trekking in Everest View. It's located above the village and offers an extraordinary glimpse into the lives of the locals. You can check out a Sherpa house replica with a cozy family room and a small chapel. 

They've paid attention to every little detail and showcased the lost traditions of the Sherpa community from way back. You'll see all the regular stuff found in a Sherpa house, like their utensils and how they set up their surroundings. It's a great way to learn about the Sherpa people and their way of life.

The Sherpa Museum is a must-see when trekking in Everest View. It's located above the village and offers an extraordinary glimpse into the lives of the locals. You can check out a Sherpa house replica with a cozy family room and a small chapel. 

Everest viewpoint 

Namche Bazar is the major entry point for all mots of the Everest region trekking, including the Everest expedition. 

This is the same place where trekkers on a journey to Everest Peak and Everest base camp take an Acclimatization day. Namche Bazar's army headquarters is the first viewpoint to see the magnificent Mt. Everest (the tallest mountain in the world). This place is located at an elevation of around 3,440 and lies between e the mountains. 

Namche Village, nestled within a horseshoe-shaped valley, boasts many upscale hotels, opulent lodges, charming tea establishments, and a bustling market for keepsakes. 

For those with limited time to climb to Everest View Hotel, Namche Bazaar offers the perfect vantage point to view the awe-inspiring sight of Mount Everest. This scenic viewpoint captures the striking contrast between the picturesque Sherpa community and the majestic Himalayan range, making it an unparalleled highlight of the Everest Trek.

Everest view hotel 

Everest views hotel, one of the main highlights of our trek, offers the best viewpoint of Mt Everest after Namche Bazar. This place is so spectacular that even a whole book is dedicated to it. 

The Everest view trek provides the easiest route to get up close and personal with Mount Everest and is perfect for folks who don't have much time to spare. Here you get to feast your eyes with the views of peaks like the mighty Mt. Everest (8848m), Mt. Lhotse (8516m), Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Lhotse Shar (8393m), Mt. Thamserku, and Mt. Tawache. And hey, there's more.

You'll also get the most fantastic view of Mt. Ama Dablam (6812m) and a bunch of other small peaks and glaciers. Plus, there are some attractions along the way, like Sagarmatha National Park, Namche Bazaar (the Sherpa capital), the milky waters of Dudh Koshi River, and many cool suspension bridges covered in Buddhist prayer flags. 

Khumjung monastery

The Khumjung monastery is worth checking out. It's got this crazy thing going on where they have the only remaining Yeti scalp. The more famous one went missing from the Pangboche monastery. But if you find the guy with the keys, he'll let you in to explore. 

Once you enter the main chamber, you'll see all sorts of fabulous deities. Guru Rinpoche is like the main attraction, chilling in the center with his partners. Then you got Re Pa-Meh, this tiny red vision on the right, and on the left is Chowo Yeshe Norbu, both guarding Guru Rinpoche.

If you look further to the right, there's this golden dude called Jawa Changba, and on the left, you'll find the White Chenresig. And hey, guess what? The yeti scalp is stored in a metal box, all wrapped up. 

Himalayas  (amadablam, Khusum Kangaro, khumbi la, thamserku, Khongde, Everest, Tobuche, Lhotse)

You won't believe the Himalayas you can see while trekking. Picture this: Amadablam, Khusum Kangaro, Khumbi La, Thamserku, Numbur, Khongde, Everest, Tobuche, and Lhotse—these majestic peaks form the backdrop of the Everest View Trek. 

As you wander through the valley, you'll witness the Himalayas' sheer grandeur unfolding before you. The cliffs are rugged, the summits are covered with snow, and the glaciers are pristine. It's like stepping into a postcard-perfect setting like no other. And the best part? You'll be surrounded by the giants of the Himalayas, including the legendary Mount Everest itself. It's a trek that guarantees an unforgettable journey through a valley blessed with these magnificent peaks. 

Guide and porter

The guide and porter are absolute gems on your Everest View Luxury Trip. They go all out to make sure you have the best time ever. The guide is like your guardian angel, caring for your safety and sharing fantastic stories and facts about the local culture and environment. Moreover, they know their way around those tricky trails like the back of their hand. 

Not only do they show you the routes, but they also create this fantastic vibe throughout the journey. You can ask them anything, and they're always there to lend a hand. They ensure you get fully immersed in the experience, soaking up every bit of wonder and awe.

guide and porter on Everest trek

Now, let's talk about the porter. These guys are superheroes in disguise. They take on the heavy lifting so that you can focus on those jaw-dropping views and the mind-blowing landscapes. It's like having your assistant, ensuring you're comfortable and having the time of your life.

Together, the guide and porter are an unbeatable team. They bring so much value to your Everest View Luxury Trip, turning it into an unforgettable and genuinely remarkable adventure. 

Cost of Everest View Luxury Trek 

The price for a 9-day luxury Everest trek starts at US$3150 per person and can go up to US$4000 per person, depending on the group size. Based on group size, the 9-day luxury Everest View Trek cost information is here.

1-1 Pax                     Cost  $3150

2-6  Pax                    Cost $3000

7-12  Pax                   Cost $2900


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Welcome to Nepal! Once you step foot in this fantastic country, you'll be treated to breathtaking views of the majestic Himalayas. As you get closer to Kathmandu's capital, you'll notice houses scattered everywhere. Our team will wait for you at the terminal when you land at Tribhuvan International Airport. 

They'll pick you up and take you to your hotel, where you'll be greeted traditionally with garlands and tika. Once settled in your room, you can do whatever you fancy for the rest of the day. You'll stay at either Ramada Encore or Hotel Malla, both fantastic 4-5 star hotels, where you'll be treated to top-notch amenities and luxury.

Kathmandu Elevation:(1400m / 4,593ft)

Airport To Hotel (Thamel) Driving Time: 20-30 Minutes

Luxury Accommodation: Ramada Encore or Hotel Malla)

  • Ramada Encore or Hotel Malla
  • NO
  • 30 Minutes
  • 1400 Meters

Our journey starts bright and early in the morning. Once we've had our breakfast, we'll go to Tribhuvan International Airport for this super cool and scenic helicopter ride to Tenzing Hillary Airport at Lukla. 

From there, we'll start trekking to Phakding. Don't worry. Today's trek will be short and sweet, giving us plenty of time to get used to the altitude. And during our rest, we can check out some local monasteries and explore Phakding. 

  • Lukla Elevation: (2,850m / 9,350ft)
  • Phakding Elevation: ( 2,650m / 8,562ft )
  • Flight Duration: 30-40 minutes
  • Trekking Distance: 6.2km / 3.8miles
  • Trekking Hours: 3- 4 hours
  • Luxury Accommodation: Yeti mountain home
  • Yeti mountain home
  • Breakfast-lunch-Dinner
  • 4 Hours
  • 2,650 Meters

We will start our trek early in the morning on the north side of the Dudh Koshi River. You'll cross many cool suspension bridges, including the Hillary Suspension Bridge. And ahead, you'll find the Sagarmatha National Park check post where we registered our permits. 

Then, we'll make our way through this super-dense forest. And guess what? That's where you'll catch your first glimpse of Mt. Everest. As we trek, we'll eventually reach Namche Bazaar, the Everest Base Camp entrance. Today's trek will be a bit tougher, but it will be worth it once we make it to Namche Bazaar.

  • Namche Bazaar Elevation: (3,440m / 11,285ft)
  • Trekking Distance: 7.4km / 4.6 miles
  • Trekking Hours: 6 hours
  • Luxury Accommodation: Yeti mountain home
  • Yeti mountain home
  • Breakfast- Lunch- Dinner
  • 6 Hours
  • 3440 Meters

Today's the scheduled acclimatization day and exploration day around Namche Bazaar. You can roam around Namche Bazaar, packed with cafes and restaurants with Wi-Fi, shops selling souvenirs and gear, cool clubs, and bars. You can even hike to Sagarmatha National Park Visitor Center if you like it. 

Check out famous spots like Hillary School and Sherpa Museum to taste the local culture. In Namche, there are two awesome places where you can learn all about Sherpa traditions. First, swing by Nauche Gonda Visitor Centre. It's this temple-turned-visitor center situated uphill from Khangba Ngingba. And for a unique experience, grab a drink at The Irish Pub. It's the highest Irish pub on the planet and probably the toughest to reach. Plus, they even serve yak dishes. 

  • Namche Bazaar Elevation: (3,440m / 11,285ft)
  • Luxury Accommodation: Yeti mountain home
  • Attractions: Hillary School, Sherpa Settlements, mt Everest View, Shera Museum
  • Hotel
  • Brekfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Free day
  • 3440 Meters

After you've fueled up with a delicious breakfast, it's time to gear up for an uphill hike to Hotel Everest View. Brace yourself because it can take 1.5 to 3 hours to get there from Namche Bazaar, passing through the charming Khumjung Village.

Once you've reached the Hotel Everest View, enjoy the night exploring the magnificent Khumjung region. And guess what? You'll have the golden opportunity to check out the local market, grab a tasty treat at awesome restaurants or bakeries, and browse many cool souvenir shops.

 Feast your eyes upon the majestic mountains that'll be laid out before you. Picture this: Mount Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Cholatse, Kwangde, Thamserku, and many others. 

So prepare for an epic adventure filled with awe-inspiring mountain views, delightful local experiences, and endless exploration. It's going to be one for the books. 

  • Khumjung Village Elevation: (3,790 meters/ 12434 ft)
  • Everest View Hotel Elevation: 13000 ft
  • Trekking Hours: 2-4 hours
  • Luxury Accommodation: Everest View Hotel (with Mt Everest view)
  • Hotel
  • Brekfast, Lunch, DInner
  • 4 Hours
  • 3880 Meters

Today, our journey leads us toward Lukla. As we travel from Monjo to Lukla, we'll be greeted by numerous quaint monasteries and beautifully painted Mani walls along the trail. 

We'll pass through several cozy Sherpa settlements before descending to Chauri Kharka via Phakding. The final leg of our trek entails a challenging uphill climb from Chauri Kharka to reach Lukla. Once we arrive, we'll have the opportunity to relax and then leisurely explore the village, immersing ourselves in the captivating tales the locals share. We'll spend the night in Lukla.

  • Lukla Elevation: (2840 Meters)
  • Trekking Hours: 4-5 hours
  • Luxury Accommodation: Yeti mountain home
  • Hotel
  • 5 Hours
  • 2840 Meters

You are scheduled to take on an early morning return journey to Kathmandu. The subsequent 40-minute flight to Kathmandu promises serenity, allowing you to indulge in the reminiscence of your trail experiences.

 Upon arrival in Kathmandu, an entire day awaits for your enjoyment. If you so desire, we can organize a city tour of Kathmandu on your behalf. Kathmandu boasts numerous UNESCO World Heritage sites and other notable attractions that may capture your interest.

  • Kathmandu Elevation: (1,400m / 4,593ft)
  • Flight Duration: 30-40 minutes
  • Luxury Accommodation: Ramada Encore or Hotel Malla)
  • Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • 45 Minutes
  • 1400 meters

After taking a few photos with our team, we'll drive you to the airport three hours before your flight.

  • NO
  • Brekafast
  • 30 Minutes
  • 1400 Meters

We are pleased to offer the flexibility of tailoring your journey to your desired duration and places, whether extended or shortened, as our proficient team of locals-cum-guides, porters, and accompanying staff have an in-depth understanding of every location traveled.

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  • Upon arrival and departure, the airport picks up and drops in Kathmandu (international and domestic).
  • Pre-trek briefing.
  • Provide a sleeping bag and down jacket (Refundable)
  • Everest area trekking map.
  • One professional, licensed, and English-speaking mountain guide.
  • One Porter between two Trekkers.
  • Well-experienced English-speaking assistant guide if the group size exceeds 7+ persons.
  • Five nights' accommodation at Yeti Mountain home. 
  • One night's best accommodation in Everest View Hotel.
  • Two-night accommodation in Kathmandu. (Before a trip and at the end)
  • Worst case, help with all rescue and evacuation arrangements.
  • Helicopter flight Kathmandu - Lukla- Kathmandu inclusive with all taxes and transfers.
  • Food during the trek (entire board with breakfast, lunch, and dinner with a cup of tea/coffee).
  • All necessary trekking permits: Sagarmatha National Park and Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) fee.
  • All applicable taxes are as per the government rules and regulations.
  • All organizing costs.


  • Nepal Visa cost.
  • Foods in Kathmandu.
  • Your international flight fare.
  • Travel insurance (for helicopter evacuation if needed while trekking).
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone, internet/e-mail, etc.
  • Bar and beverage bills.
  • Tips for guide, porter, driver.

Dates & Price

Upcoming Departure

Few Seat LeftStarts: MondayApr 29, 2024
Ends: TuesdayMay 07, 2024
Status: AvailableUS$3150

Essential Info

 Luxury Accommodation- The Trek Yeti Mountain Home (YMH) Chain and Everest View Hotel

The Everest view trek is like a total bucket-list thing. You get to see the tallest mountain in the world, and the journey through the Himalayas is just mind-blowing. Plus, you can chill in fancy lodges along the way and feel like a boss, taking a break from all the hiking and stuff. Some top-notch accommodations we will take here are as follows. 

Ramada Encore Or Hotel Malla in Kathmandu 

Your accommodations will be either at Ramada Encore or Mall Hotel during your stay in Kathmandu. According to our itinerary, you will say for at least three days in Kathmandu (for the first two days at the start of your trek and one day at the end). Both hotels fall under the 4- and 5-star hotels, so there is no need to worry about not getting the best available services here. 

Prime Location

Located in the vibrant Thamel neighborhood of Kathmandu, the Ramada Encore by Wyndham offers a convenient stay for business travelers and tourists. Situated just seven kilometers away from Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM), our hotel provides easy access to the airport, ensuring a hassle-free arrival and departure.

The prime location in Thamel puts you in various businesses and establishments. Whether attending meetings or exploring the city, you'll find everything within reach. Additionally, our hotel is only a stone's throw away from the enchanting Garden of Dreams, known for its stunning landscapes. 

The Malla Hotel is super easy to get to from the airport. You can even pre-book your airport transfer to make things even smoother. Just hit up the "Let us know what you need" section on the booking page and inform the hotel that you want a ride. 

They'll reach out to you through the Agoda messaging service. And hey, if you're planning on bringing your wheels, The Malla Hotel has got you covered with a car park. Best part? Parking is free for guests; they even offer valet service to make your stay easier.

Comfortable and Big Rooms

Borth Mall Hotel and Ramada put a lot of effort into ensuring every room in our fancy hotels is super comfy and relaxing. They have decorated them with everyday stuff and local touches, so you'll feel at home and taste the region's incredible culture. You'll love staying in their standard rooms, they're inspiring. You'll have a cozy king-size or double bed, plus a cool 43" Smart LED TV, a bathtub for some chill time, and super fast Wi-Fi that you can use all by yourself. 

Top-Notch Dining Experiences

Enjoy stunning city views and breathtaking mountain scenery while you bite at Ramada's rooftop bar and grill. They have delicious Mediterranean cuisine, live cooking stations, and tasty mixed drinks for lunch and dinner. And guess what? Their place is open 24/7, so you can swing by anytime for a diverse complimentary breakfast that includes dosa, paratha, and other international options. If you're in the mood for something specific, they also have à la carte lunch and dinner.

In addition, Hotel Malla consists of a coffee shop, bar, and bakery for snacking. Plus, if you feel like chilling in your guest room, you can order from their room service menu whenever you want, day or night.

Regarding dining options, Rendezvous Restaurant serves up delicious continental, Indian, and Nepalese cuisines. If you're in the mood for relaxation, head to our Patio, Garden, and Coffee Shop for refreshments throughout the day. And if you fancy a drink, they have got a luxurious Cocktail Club and Aviary Bar where you can stay and enjoy. 

Modern Amenities

Both Ramada and Malla Hotel offer you all the facilities you need, like a smoke-free environment, a 24-hour front desk and room service, an ATM, all-inclusive amenities, banquet facilities, a bar to unwind, parking for your big ride, a business center for work stuff, a concierge to assist you. 

Moreover, you will also get currency exchange services, daily housekeeping, dry cleaning services, early check-in options, elevators for easy access, event planning services, express check-in and check-out, a fitness center to stay fit, a delicious and free breakfast buffet, and free parking.

In addition, there will be free WiFi to stay connected, late check-out options, luggage hold services, meeting rooms for your gatherings, a friendly and multilingual staff, convenient public transportation nearby, the option to park before you fly, an outdoor pool to chill, a restaurant to satisfy your cravings, a sauna for relaxation, a spa for pampering, tour and ticket assistance for your adventures, and valet parking for your convenience.

Yeti Mountain Home 

Trekking to Everest view trek with all the fancy luxuries is like an epic adventure that tests your body and soul. Amid all those wild terrains, you can chill out and feel cosy at the Yeti Mountain Home (YMH) chain, a bunch of super luxury lodges along the EBC trail. These expensive places blend Sherpa style with all the cool modern stuff, giving you this crazy comfortable and authentic, unmatched experience.

Prime Locations and Panoramic Views

The Yeti Mountain Home lodges are luxuriously placed along the EBC trail. They know exactly where to be to give you the most mind-blowing views of the incredible Himalayas. Remarkably, these lodges are nestled right in the lap of nature, so when you wake up, you're greeted with these jaw-dropping sights of snowy peaks and green valleys. 

And guess what? These lodges are in excellent spots like Lukla, Phakding, Monjo, Namche Bazaar, etc. This means you will say in the Yeti Mountain Home lodges throughout the trek except for day 5.  So, no matter where you stop to catch your breath, you can relax in style.

Comfortable and Big Rooms

After a tiring day of trekking, all you need is a super cosy room to chill and recharge. YMH lodges cover excellent rooms with comfy beds, private bathrooms, and heaters to keep you warm on those cold nights in the Everest Region. 

And the best part? These rooms are decorated with cool Sherpa stuff, giving off a rad vibe representing local culture. Plus, some rooms even have balconies, so you can soak up the mind-blowing views without stepping out of your pad. It's like having a front-row seat to nature's epic show right from your rooms.

Top-Notch Dining Experiences

Every YMH lodge brings you the charm of a casual experience, where you'll discover an enchanting in-house eatery. Prepare to be enticed by mouthwatering dishes crafted from the finest organic ingredients sourced locally.

Our food menus are thoughtfully designed to accommodate various dietary preferences, embracing the desires of vegetarians, vegans, and those seeking gluten-free options. Our skilled chefs take pride in creating a delightful fusion of Nepali, Tibetan, and international flavors, ensuring that even the most discerning taste buds find satisfaction. 

As the day's adventures on the trail wind down, trekkers are warmly welcomed into the cozy ambiance of their YMH dining rooms, where they can treat themselves to a hearty feast.

Modern Amenities

YMH lodges provide all the cool stuff to make your stay super comfy and fun. You can enjoy free Wi-Fi at every lodge to keep in touch with your family and friends. They also provide:

  • Laundry services.
  • Charging spots for your gadgets.
  • A library to relax while reading after a long day of trekking.
  • The YMH lodges staff are fantastic and always there to care for your needs with big smiles on their faces.

Everest View Hotel at 13000 ft (3,962 m)

Everest View Trek is a cool adventure that takes you through some rugged landscapes in the Everest region. And when you need a break from all that hiking, there's the Hotel Everest View. This place is like a fancy oasis in the mountains, where you can chill out and enjoy breathtaking views of the highest peak in the world and the mountains around it. 

Let us tell you about our stay at the Hotel Everest View. We will spent a whole night there, and of course, it will be amazing. The views we will get from this place are mind-blowing. You could see the entire Everest region, including the mighty Everest itself. It will be like being in a dream.

Even cooler is that this hotel is the highest-altitude luxury hotel on the EBC trail. So, if you're looking for a bit of luxury and elegance while trekking, this is the place to be. Their services and features are top-notch, making your experience truly unforgettable.

Prime Locations (In Front of Mt Everest)

Hotel Everest View is in front of Mount Everest, at a whopping 13,000 feet in Sagarmatha National Park. Can you imagine waking up to that view every day?

They have fantastic views of Mount Everest, and you can also feast your eyes on Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and other badass peaks. 

Now, let's talk about the hotel itself. They have huge windows and private balconies perfect for taking in those jaw-dropping views. It's like having a front-row seat to Earth's most epic natural show.

So, if you're into breathtaking vistas, chilling at high altitudes, and making memories that'll last a lifetime, you must hit up Hotel Everest View. 

Comfortable and Big Rooms 

At Hotel Everest View, every room is designed with your comfort and relaxation in mind. They have put much thought into ensuring you feel at ease during your stay. The rooms perfectly blend modern amenities and traditional Sherpa elements, creating a cozy, inviting atmosphere that captures the region's spirit. You'll have everything you need, including en-suite bathrooms, room heaters, and electric blankets, to keep you warm and snug during the chilly Himalayan nights.

All twelve rooms at Hotel Everest View were specifically designed to give you a breathtaking view of Mt. Everest and the surrounding peaks. The rooms are spacious and equipped with en-suite bathrooms, and they have a sitting area and access to beautiful stone-walled balconies. So you can enjoy the stunning scenery right from your room.

You'll experience the true art of relaxation when you stay in our luxurious rooms. The serene and peaceful atmosphere will instantly help you unwind. Our rooms feature a dressing area, a small study, a room heater, a thermos, and electric blankets to keep you warm and cozy. Plus, you'll have free WiFi throughout the hotel to stay connected during your stay.

Top-Notch Dining Experiences With Everest View

The hotel's restaurant provides you with a mix of delicious cuisines from Nepal, Tibet, the West, and Japan. They know how to please everyone's taste buds. Moreover, the talented chefs use organic, locally sourced ingredients to create mouthwatering dishes that bring out the region's flavors. You can enjoy your food in the fancy dining room or dine outside on the terrace, where you'll be treated to breathtaking mountain views.

Modern Amenities in The Himalayas

Hotel Everest View is dedicated to giving you an incredible experience during your stay. Their super-friendly staff is here to care for all your needs, whether getting trekking permits or setting up cool hikes and helicopter tours. Moreover, they also got free Wi-Fi everywhere so that you can stay in touch with your friends and family. And they even have fantastic wellness stuff like massages and yoga classes to help you relax and recharge after a long day of trekking. 

Indulge in Gourmet Meals and Premium Spirits

Many fancy lodges and hotels in the Himalayas have joined forces with famous chefs to give you an incredible dining adventure. You won't believe the variety of mouthwatering dishes they serve. Here you get to enjoy food from Italian to French to Japanese cuisine. And the best part? Enjoy all this deliciousness while soaking in breathtaking mountain views and chilling in their super posh interiors.

Lately, Nepal has been all about that eco-friendly and sustainable dining scene. Fancy lodges are into it, growing organic goodies and getting ingredients straight from local farms. It's a win-win situation. 

The food is super fresh and top-notch and better for the environment. There are some excellent farm-to-table spots that people are raving about, like the Yeti Mountain Home. It's on the Everest Base Camp trail, and they have their organic gardens. 

You can savor a specially crafted meal and top-notch wines in a secluded spot with fantastic mountain views. It's the perfect way to celebrate special moments or have a romantic dinner with your loved one.

The food at these posh lodges is always prepared by skilled chefs who use fresh, local ingredients. You can expect a variety of dishes, from traditional Nepali favorites like dal bhat and momos to international classics like pasta, steaks, and even sushi. These meals are all about quality, presentation, and delicious flavors, making them a wonderful treat after a day of trekking in the mountains.

How Tough Will Luxury Everest View Trek Compared To EBC Trek?  

They say challenging roads usually take you to unique places, and the Everest base camp trek challenge is no different. It's a journey that helps you find peace of mind, but it won't be a walk in the park. The difficulty level of the Everest Base Camp trek is moderate, so you'll face some challenges along the way. 

It generally takes around two weeks to complete the trek. But don't worry; you don't need to be a pro hiker to do it. Just ensure you're determined and in good shape, and you'll be all set.

The journey to Everest Base Camp begins with a flight from Lukla. From there, trekkers make their way to Phakding (2,652 m) by passing through the scenic Cheplung village and a majestic pine forest. Movg forward, Benkar and Jorsala Valley are left behind as the path leads to Namche Bazaar, where most trekkers take a day off to explore the region. 

Resuming the trek from Namche, visitors traverse the Loche River and reach Tengboche Monastery before embarking on a slight ascent to Dingboche (4,400 m). Continuing the expedition, the trail leads to Lobuche via Duglha and then to Gorak Shep (5,180 m), culminating at Everest Base Camp (5,364 m).

The Everest view trek is way easier than the EBC trek. For this trek, you kick things off with a sweet helicopter ride to Lukla, then hike to Phakding, Namche Bazaar, and finally reach the Everest view hotel. After that, it's a backtrack to Monjo, Lukla, and Kathmandu on another helicopter flight. Piece of cake, right?

The only real challenge you'll face on the Everest view trek is when you have to trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar. That part might get tough, but it's all part of the adventure. Remember to pack your determination and some comfy hiking boots, and you'll be ready.

Flora And Fauna To Explore Among The Luxury Settings  

When you're way up in the mountains where it's super high and crazy weather, hardly any humans can survive. And guess what? It's the same deal for the creatures living in the Everest region. Only a few rare animals, like Snow Leopards, Himalayan Tahrs, Musk Deer, Clouded Leopards, Red Pandas, and Wild Yaks, can handle the extreme conditions. 

That's why the Nepal government and UNESCO are all about protecting "Sagarmatha National Park."Moreover, this place s even on the list of UNESCO's natural sites. 

Let us tell you, the Everest Region is like a paradise for animal enthusiasts. Here you can see many rare and endangered animals like the snow leopard and red panda. And if you're trekking to the Everest View Hotel at around 13000 ft, keep your eyes open for yaks, black bears, tahrs, blood pheasants, and wild and domesticated animals.

These animals are pretty wild and have thick fur and tough skin to handle the cold weather. Moreover, there are also some other popular animals, like Blue Sheep, Pika, and Tibetan Gazelle, that you'll spot at high altitudes. 

But when you're in the lower areas like Lukla, Phakding, and Namche Bazaar, you'll find dense forests with a whole bunch of wildlife to check out. So, while indulging in the luxury of your Everest view trek, watch for these exotic and awe-inspiring creatures that call this majestic region home. 

Experience Sherpa Culture in Namche Bazaar

Namche Bazaar is a village in northeastern Nepal, up in the mountains, at around 11,286 feet. It's a hotspot for hikers and climbers to Mount Everest. 

You won't believe the views in Namche Bazaar! The Himalayas, including Mount Everest, are right there, and they're breathtaking. And the vibe in the village is fantastic, too. It's got lots of shops, restaurants, and places to crash for all the trekkers passing through. There are some cool monasteries and museums where you can learn about the local Sherpa culture and history.

Namche Bazaar is not just famous for the Everest Base Camp Trek, though. It's also a central hub for other excellent treks, like the Gokyo Lakes Trek and the Three Passes Trek.

And guess what? Saturday is the day when the village goes wild with its weekly market. Locals all around come to buy and sell stuff like fresh produce, clothes, and household items. And you know what's cool? Even the trekkers get in on the action, shopping for gear and souvenirs. You'll find all kinds of handmade goodies like hats, scarves, gloves, and traditional crafts from Tibet and Nepal.

The Saturday market is a total blast. You get to soak up the local culture and see everyday life in the Solu Khumbu region. 

If you want to learn about Sherpa life, this place is perfect! They've recreated a traditional Sherpa household and have all sorts of old stuff on display. We're lucky because we'll be trekking to Namche Bazaar from Lukla and then to Phakding, and we'll have a whole day to spend here. The building has a family room, prayer room, stable, and yard to see all aspects of Sherpa's life, from their homes to their religion.

Other suggested Customised Itinerary?

Everest View Trek is a fantastic short trip to Mount Everest. But there are many such people here who want to stay longer in the region around Everest. For such travelers, we reroute you to our other side trips that you can do after completing your trek up to Everest View Hotel. Some alternative tours we provide at affordable cost ranges are as follows. 

  • Everest View Trek with a Helicopter Ride to Kala Patthar and Kathmandu

If you're interested in joining a trek starting from Everest View Hotel and want to save time on your itinerary. Or if you have a strong desire to explore Everest and its surrounding areas up close, a cost-effective and advantageous alternative is available. You can opt for an exhilarating helicopter tour from Everest View Hotel to Kala Patthar and Kathmandu

This helicopter tour promises an unforgettable adventure. It has gained immense popularity among both locals and tourists alike. 

As the helicopter soars to an incredible altitude of 5555 meters (18,225 feet) at Kala Patthar, you will be treated to an unparalleled view of Mount Everest, the world's highest peak. Astonishingly, this breathtaking experience is just a 35040-minute journey away from Everest View Hotel.

Throughout the helicopter ride, you'll be mesmerized by seeing approximately 80% of the Khumbu region adorned with snow-capped mountains. Once you have immersed yourself in the surroundings and absorbed the beauty, it will be time to board the helicopter again for the return journey to Kathmandu.

Now, let's discuss the cost factor. The helicopter tour follows a sharing basis, typically from USD 500 to USD 900 per person. Considering the magnitude of this extraordinary experience, it is a worthy investment to contemplate.

  • Everest view Trek and Helicopter to Kala Patthar and back to Lukla Overnight

Naturally, many people still want to be around the Everest Region, and we have the perfect deal for them. Flying directly from Everest View Hotel to

Kala Patthar and return back to Lukla is something that we believe will enhance your experience. 

A helicopter ride to Kala Patthars is like a dream come true. Especially for those who want to soak in the majestic Everest's most incredible and breathtaking views.  The natural beauty of Khumbu is out of this world, and you can imagine what the region looks like when flying high above it all.

Just picture yourself in the sky, taking in the jaw-dropping sight of the snow-capped Himalayas. The helicopter glides over the famous Khumbu glacier, and you even get a sneak peek of Everest Base Camp. Does this not sound interesting? 

And the best part is, it only takes a quick 20-25 minute ride to touch down at Kala Patthar, located above 5000m here. 

After you have explored the surroundings here, you will take a ride back to Lukla, known to have the most dangerous airports in the world. You will stay overnight at Lukla and take off early in the morning on a helicopter ride to Kathmandu. 

Cost: Helicopter on a shared basis For Everest View Hotel- Kala Patthar - Lukla- Kathmandu- may cost around 900- 1500 per person.

  • Everest View Trek and Helicopter To khong de - Kala Patthar- Kathmandu

Kongde, named after the peak Kongde Ri, is an excellent spot at an elevation of around 4,250 m. Our Kongde to Kala Patthar-Kathmandu helicopter flight is like the ultimate luxury tour. On a short and comfy trip, you get to encounter the best form of the Everest region of Nepal. 

Usually, it takes about 15 days or even longer to do the whole Kongde and Kala Patthar Trek. But guess what? We allow you to skip all that and go straight to Kongde, where you can chill overnight in fancy mountain lodges.

When you're out and about on this tour, you'll see all the great peaks in the Khumbu region, including four massive ones over 8,000 m high: Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu. It's going to be one epic experience, my friend!

About our itinerary, we will finish our trek to the Everest View Hotel and begin our side trip to Kongde and Kala Patthar. We'll stay overnight at the Everest View Hotel and then hop on a helicopter to take us directly to Kongde. You'll stay overnight in a luxury setting with all the luxury vibes. We'll catch another flight to Kala Patthar the following day and return to Kathmandu.

Cost- A side helicopter Trip on sharing basis to Kongde- Kala Patthar- Kathmandu will cost around $1000- $2000 per person. 

Outline Itinerary for Everest view luxury trek

Day 1:  Arrival in Kathmandu 

Day 2: Fly To Lukla and  Trek to Phakding 

Day 3: Trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar 

Day 4: Namche Bazaar: Rest day-

Day 5: Trek to Everest View Hotel Via Khumjung

Day 6: Trek To Monjo

Day 7: Trek from Monjo to Lukla 

Day 8: Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu

Day 9:Airport Drop


  • Q1. What is the Everest View Luxury Trek?

    The Everest View Luxury Trek is a unique trekking experience that combines the breathtaking beauty of the Everest region with luxurious accommodations and amenities. It is designed for those who want to explore the Everest region's natural wonders while enjoying the comfort and hospitality of high-end lodges and resorts along the way.

  • A: No, previous trekking experience is not required for the Everest View Luxury Trek. However, a reasonable level of fitness and stamina is recommended as the trek involves walking for several hours each day in mountainous terrain. Engaging in physical training before embarking on the trek is always a good idea.

  • The Everest View Luxury Trek offers luxurious accommodations, such as well-appointed lodges and resorts along the trail. These accommodations provide comfortable beds, hot showers, and delicious meals experienced chefs prepare. You can expect a cosy and pleasant stay amidst the stunning Himalayan landscapes.

  • The Everest View Luxury Trek has no strict age restriction. However, considering the physical demands of the trek, it is recommended for participants aged five and above. Younger participants should be accompanied by a responsible adult who can ensure their safety and well-being throughout the trek.

  • The best time for the Everest View Luxury Trek is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. These months offer stable weather conditions, clear skies, and excellent visibility, allowing you to enjoy the panoramic views of the Everest region fully.

  • A: There is a risk of altitude-related illnesses during the Everest View Luxury Trek. However, the itinerary is designed to include gradual ascent and good acclimatization days to minimize these risks. 

  • During the trek, you will enjoy delicious meals prepared by experienced chefs at the lodges and resorts. The menu typically includes a variety of Nepali, Tibetan, and international cuisines. You can expect hearty breakfasts, nutritious lunches, and satisfying dinners to fuel your energy for trekking days.

  • The Everest View Luxury Trek offers a unique blend of adventure and comfort. While experiencing the breathtaking beauty of Mount Everest, you'll also enjoy luxurious accommodations in upscale lodges and teahouses. These accommodations provide modern amenities, comfortable beds, and delicious meals experienced chefs prepare. The trek is designed to provide a high level of comfort while still allowing you to immerse yourself in the Everest region's natural beauty and cultural richness.

  • Yes, we understand that every traveler has unique preferences and requirements. We at Mountain Rock Treks offer flexible itineraries, and our team can work with you to tailor the trek according to your specific needs. Whether you want to extend the trek, include additional activities, or make any other adjustments, we will do our best to accommodate your requests.

Client Reviews

  • The Everest View Trek: A Lavish Exploration of the Himalayas

    The travel company went all out to ensure everything was taken care of during our trip, from keeping us safe to providing top-notch equipment and emergency plans. It was awesome because we could enjoy our trek without any worries, knowing that they had our well-being as a top priority. Also, let's not miss the accommodations and food, which were all top-notch. Our Luxury Everest view trek was incredible. We got to experience the thrill of reaching the hotel built in such a high location while enjoying the comforts and fancy extras carefully planned for us. It was like the perfect mix of adventure, breathtaking scenery, getting to know the local culture, and chilling out in style.

    Adil TrevinoThailandMay 30, 2023
  • Up High in Style to Everest View Hotel

    Everest View Trek with Mountain Rock Treks was an unforgettable experience that surpassed all my expectations. What made this adventure even more special was the occasion we were celebrating - my son's birthday. We celebrated his special day at the Everest View Hotel to make it unique. I must compliment the hotel staff and Mountain Rock Treks for their exceptional arrangements and attention to detail. We were blown away by its stunning location and luxurious amenities when we reached the Everest View Hotel. The arrangements made by the hotel for my son's birthday were beyond our expectations. The staff had decorated the room with balloons, and a beautiful birthday cake awaited him, creating an atmosphere of joy and celebration. The hotel's and Mountain Rock Trek's attention to detail and personalized service made us feel like valued guests.

    Jennie BoyleUnited KingdomMay 20, 2023
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