Trip report & podcast of Everest base camp trek suspension bridges
There are many scary suspension bridges on the Everest base camp trek route. Among the Everest base camp trek suspension bridges, upper bridge of Larja Dovan attracts the attention of all tourists. Exquisite sites of Khumbu region with Everest base camp trek recommended for all levels of adventure lover with good fitness.
Travelers can extend tours schedule to discover all sights beyond the EBC trail like Gokyo Lakes, Thame and Amadablam base camp. The wonderful views of Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, Island peak, Lobuche, Towache and Thamserku add extraordinary image on your mind forever.
List of Mount Everest base camp trek suspension bridges
Travelers have to cross 9 suspension bridges on the way to Everest base camp trekking route.
01: First suspension bridge located in between Chheplung and Thadokoshi over landslide area of Lukla to Phakding distance.
02: Second suspension bridge after Phakding village over Dudhkoshi River
03: Third suspension bridge at Banker to cross the same river again
04: Fourth Bridge connect the Manjo and Jorsalle village after Sagarmatha national park office
05: Travelers cross fifth suspension bridge after Jorsalle in Khumbu
06: Sixth Bridge situated at Larja dovan. It is known as a Hillary suspension bridge. Height of this bridge is about 125 meters. After crossing Hillary suspension bridge travelers heading to Namche bazaar & on-wards.
7: Seventh suspension bridge is in Phunki tenga, it connect Namche bazaar and Tengboche
8: Eighth Bridge on the way to Everest base camp trek in between Deboche to Pangboche village in Everest region Nepal.
9: Ninth or The last suspension bridge on Everest base camp trekking route situated in between Phereche village and Pheriche pass. Most of the trekker crosses this bridge on the way back from Mount Everest base camp trek Nepal.
Donkey, yak, Jo and porters with heavy load also pass through the same suspension bridges. Give the first priority for porters to cross, make sure that donkey or yak coming or not before crossing. Always stand on mountain side / inn side and provide the space to pas these animals.
Be careful of the Yaks that suddenly start running along the trails and bump into people that trekkers fly off. Of course, you can hear them coming from their bells sound from distance. They are amazing, silent animals and cause no harm.
Everest base camp trek is an adventurous trip where you reach an altitude about 5555 meters above sea level. Someone with good physical health can take this and should be able to trek for around 5 to 7 hours per day. Given information, trip report & podcast of Everest base camp trek suspension bridges may help you to make successful journey towards the base camp of highest peak in the world. We are Everest trekking specialist local guide, if you interested to discover Mount Everest base camp trek with expert email for booking in advance.