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Dudh Koshi River flows through the Sagarmatha National Park and accompanies you during most of the journey to EBC. The crystal clear water adds on to the beauty of the river. There are several hanging bridges in the lower elevations that needs to be crossed...More
We followed this river all along our trek to Pangboche. It's really beautiful. I especially enjoyed going over the suspension bridges above it. Lots of travelers on the trail at this time of the year. Bring a buff to keep out the dust.
The Dudh Koshi is one of the main rivers draining the Everest region. It flows up from near Lukla before north west just below Tengboche. The valley walls can get very steep and there are a series of suspension bridges which traverse the river the...More
If you are doing the Everest Base Camp trek from Lukla to EBC, you will follow the path of the Dudh Koshi river, crossing it several times on suspension bridges as you make your way up the valley towards EBC.
It's beautiful, a bright turquoise...More