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Trip Highlights

Set foot on Kala Patthar (5,550m), the most popular viewpoint in Everest Region
Stop by Kongde for breakfast and enjoy the world class scenery
Aerial views of Mount Everest, Everest Base Camp, Khumbu Glacier, Khumbu Icefall, Gokyo Lakes
Experience one of the best Ariel tours in the world
Enjoy close up views of 7,000 and 8,000-meter peaks


For those with limited time and those not wanting to take the grueling trek to Everest Base Camp and Kalapatthar,  but still wish to reach the Everest region or touch the Everest Base Camp Accessible Adventure’s Everest Heli Tour is perfect. The Everest Base Camp Helicopter tour starts early in the morning from Kathmandu valley where we depart aboard a helicopter from the domestic terminal of Tribhuvan International Airport. The helicopter travels in a circle over the valley before finally making its way to Lukla, which is considered to be the entrance to Mount Everest. The aerial view from the helicopter exposes the stunning sceneries, which consist of beautiful undulating hills ornamented with farm fields and are set against the backdrop of magnificent mountains. During the flight, you will be presented with a map that highlights the mountains that can be viewed from the view, and you will also receive information regarding the mountains that are visible from the view.  The mountain flight will not only present you with stunning panoramas, but it will also help you better understand Nepal's topography.

As we near the Lukla Airport, the flight experience becomes much more invigorating. We stop here in order to refuel. This is where you will catch your very first sight of Sherpa culture. The Everest region’s population mostly practices Buddhism which you will be able to get a glimpse of. Following a restful break at Lukla, we climb higher and fly over Mount Everest before descending to either Kala Patthar or the Everest Base Camp. During the Spring season in March-April, it is possible to land directly in Everest Base Camp, however, during other seasons the landing will be in Kalapatthar. As we land on the most famous viewpoints in the Everest Himalaya you will be treated to breathtaking panoramic views of the Nuptse, Lhotse, Everest, Ama Dablam well as numerous glaciers including the Khumbu Ice Fall.

We have breakfast at the Hotel Everest View in Syangboche, which is the highest-altitude hotel in the world, before continuing on our journey back to Kathmandu. We will stay at Syangboche for approximately twenty to thirty minutes. After we have breakfast, we will fly back to Lukla Airport to refuel, and then we will fly back to Kathmandu.


Best Season for Everest Helicopter Day Tours

The months of September through April are the best time to catch a glimpse of the mountain range's glittering peaks. At this time of year, the mountain peaks are blanketed in beautiful snow, and the glaciers and lakes are brimming with clean water that has descended from the Himalayas. During the spring months of March and April, it is feasible to land directly at Everest Base Camp. During other seasons, however, the landing will be at Kalapatthar.

Flights are more likely to be canceled during the summer and monsoon seasons when the weather is unpredictable since the peaks are relatively dry during those times. As a result, we advise booking mountain flights during the winter and spring seasons.

Why are Everest Helicopter Day Tours with Accessible Adventure?

At Accessible Adventure, we place a premium on our customers' happiness and enjoyment of our services. Planning a trip, especially to a foreign place, is a challenge we understand well. In order to ensure that your trip goes off without a hitch, our seasoned staff will be available to help you with every step of the process, from initial planning to final departure. When it comes to tours, the experts at Accessible Adventure put quality before quantity. We guarantee you the lowest prices, the highest level of safety, and the most experience for all of your mountain flight activities.


Route of the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour in Nepal 

A helicopter trip to Everest Base Camp is a short day excursion in the Everest region that provides a lifetime unforgettable experience. The Everest base camp helicopter trip begins and concludes in Kathmandu. It takes about 4 to 5 hours to fly from Kathmandu. The plane will land at Everest View Hotel for breakfast and at the Everest Base Camp (EBC) Kalapatthar for the greatest views of the Everest region. 


Phase 1: From Kathmandu, the helicopter will fly across the Kathmandu valley, via Nagarkot Hill, and Jiri Alpine Forest, and arrive in Lukla. 
Phase2: After refueling, fly past Namche Bazaar the historic Tengboche Buddhist Monastery, PhericheFer, and the Khumbu Glacier before landing at the Kala Patthar viewpoint.

Phase3: Depart from Kala Patthar and fly above Everest Base Camp (EBC). Then we arrived at the Everest View Hotel for breakfast and lunch. 

Phase4: After eating breakfast, fly to Lukla through Namche market, with a brief stop in Lukla for refueling before returning to Kathmandu airport

Everest helicopter tour price 

 The cost of an Everest Base Camp helicopter tour will vary depending on the services and amenities requested by the customer. 
If more facilities are added, the price of the Everest Base Camp Helicopter trip will rise. 
Furthermore, the total group size, individual and group joining, single or couple( or more) of pax make a difference in the cost of the Everest Base Heli landing trip. 
The cost of an Everest Base Camp helicopter trip, according to the schedule, will begin at US 950 per person. 
If you have a party of 5 people with your own group of relatives and friends, the cost of the Everest Base Camp Helicopter trip will be USD 899 per person. If you are a solo traveler or a couple looking to join a group Everest Helicopter journey, we have a group departure every day during peak season. We will organize a group helicopter journey to Everest Base Camp you or your reference. 




Everest base camp helicopter tour time schedule

Kathmandu to Lukla- 45 min flight
Lukla landing and fueling time: 15-20 min
Lukla to Everest base camp (Kala Patthar): 30 min
Landing at Kalapatther viewpoint: 5min-10 min
Kalapatther to Everest View Hotel: 15 min flight
Landing At Everest View hotel for breakfast: 50 min - 1 hour
Everest View Hotel(Syngboche) to Lukla: 15 min
Fueling time to Lukla: 10-15 min
Lukla To Kathmandu: 45 min flight
Total time to Everest base camp helicopter tour: 4-5 hours


6:00 am-6:30 am: We will pick you up from your hotel via private vehicle and take you to the Tribhuvan International Airport Domestic Departures section where you will go through airport formalities, obtain a boarding pass and wait for the flight to be boarded. 

7:00 am-8:00 am: As you board the helicopter, you will be given certain safety protocols to be followed on the flight.  The helicopter ascends and makes a circle atop the Kathmandu valley. During the flight, you'll get a beautiful bird's-eye view of the Kathmandu Valley. From the air, the dispersed human communities are plain to discern.A lovely hillside covered with rhododendron forests and a number of rivers and waterfalls can be seen. The flight offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the Rolwaling Ranges, the Langtang Ranges, the Ganesh Himal, and other peaks.

8:00 am-8:15 am: At Tenzing-Hillary Airport in Lukla, the aircraft will be refueled upon landing. The flight may require 15 minutes to refuel.

8:15 am-8:30 am: We fly for around 15 minutes to reach Kala Patthar or Everest Base Camp.

 Kala Patthar is encircled on all sides by mountain peaks. The flight will land in Kalapatthar, where you may experience 360-degree views of the mountains, including Everest, Pumori, and Lhotse. Everest's summit is not visible from its base camp, hence most climbers and hikers visit Kala Patthar to observe the mountain's summit. After landing, you will get 10 to 15 minutes at Kala Patthar to take photos and movies of the area.

After around 15 minutes also, we will reach the Everest Base Camp a dream for many come true for you. There are many locations that are prohibited near the base camp. Glaciers and icefall locations are prohibited. This is where Everest expeditions start. During the spring season, the Everest base camp becomes a small town. You will be able to meet the many climbers and trekkers making their way to Everest. You can take plenty of shots with your camera, take in the gorgeous scenery, and enjoy your time at EBC.

8:45 am- 9:00 am: After spending time in Kala Patthar, you will travel to Hotel Everest View, the world's highest hotel. The hotel is only a 15-minute flight from Kala Patthar, and the flight offers breathtaking views of the Khumbu Glacier, Khumbu Ice Fall, Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Cho Oyu, and numerous other peaks in the Everest Region.

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Cost Includes

  • Breakfast at Everest View Hotel
  • Three hour charter helicopter service
  • All ground transportations by private vehicle
  • Sagarmatha National Park permit fee
  • Government taxes and office service charge

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  • Any optional/ Additional activities outside of the program
  • Meals and Accommodation
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USD 4410.00

2-2 Pax

USD 2205.00

3-3 Pax

USD 1465.00

4-4 Pax

USD 1200


USD 995.00

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) 

1) Up to what Altitude Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour?

Kathmandu is located at an elevation of 1300 meters. In addition, Tour Starts in Kathmandu and then flies to Lukla (2830M). Flight to Kalapatther (5545m) and Everest Base Camp once more (5364m). After arriving at Kalapatther (5545m), fly to Everest View Hotel Syangboche (3880m), then back to Kathmandu.

2) How long is the landing at Kalapatther?
The flight excursion will last around 4-5 hours. You will have ample time to exit the helicopter and explore the tallest mountains in the Everest area, including Mt. Everest (8848m), Mt.Pumori, Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Amadamlam, and many more.

3) Is the cost entirely refundable if the excursion is canceled?
Yes, there is a full refund in the event of a cancellation due to terrible weather or climate. However, if the trip is canceled due to their fault, a 40% cancellation fee will be charged to the entire cost.

4) Can I join a group with your firm for the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Trip?
 You are welcome to join a group. We have several groups traveling on various dates, and during the peak season, we have daily set departures. You can simply find a group to join during the primary season.

5) How do I arrange/book a private or family trip (Everest Helicopter Day Tour)?
Booking a private trip with family or friends to Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour is extremely simple; simply notify us of your available date and personal information to proceed with your booking for Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour. We can recommend that you select acceptable time dates for your visits and email us at the address below or call us through social media.

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6) I'm a solo traveler. Is it feasible to organize a helicopter tour of Everest Base Camp?
Yes, you may book an Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour with us even if you are a solo tourist. We have another individual who would want to join you in a group. If you book a trip with us, we will match you with a group that is available on your dates. To schedule your single excursions, please get in touch with us and let us know when you are available.

7) Is an oxygen cylinder accessible onboard the helicopter if required?
Yes, an oxygen cylinder will be provided aboard the helicopter in case of an emergency. 

8) What is the weight restriction for the helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp?
The overall weight restriction for the Everest base camp helicopter trip is 500 kg. So the maximum number of passengers on an Everest base camp helicopter trip is five. The weight of the passengers on your trip determines the capacity of your helicopter tour. Your Everest base camp helicopter trip must have a maximum weight of 500 lbs. So knowing your weight is critical.

Every helicopter has a weight limit, and the Everest base camp helicopter ride has a weight limit of 500 kg. The helicopter can carry a maximum of 5 passengers from Kathmandu, and if there are just one, two, or three passengers, the aircraft will fly directly to Everest Base Camp (Kala patter). If there are more than three people (meaning 4 pax, or 5 pax). The helicopter trip will arrive in Pheriche, followed by another shuttle flight to Everest Base Camp, with a landing at Kalapatter (Due to the weight limit control for high altitude we should manage it before your flight for your safety)

No. of Pax

Total Weight Limit (1 Helicopter)/kg

5 pax


4 pax


3 pax


2 pax


1 pax


9) Is it feasible to take more than 5 people at once?
Due to weight restrictions, the To Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour will not be able to transport more than 6 passengers. It will be able to book more than six people. We will handle your trip at the same time with separate helicopters, but you will be charged an additional fee for a helicopter.

10) Does the weather have an impact on the EBC Helicopter Tour?
Yes, the weather will have an impact on the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour. Clear weather in the mountains is required to enjoy the greatest view during your flight. As a result, the flight may be delayed due to weather. And we will recommend the finest.

11) Can the weather affect the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour?

Yes, the weather will have an impact on the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour. Clear weather in the mountains is required for this excursion to get the greatest view throughout your flight. As a result, the flight may be delayed due to weather. And we will recommend that you have a few additional hours and the ideal time of year to explore your trip to Everest Base Camp by helicopter.

12) What is the significance of the Everest base camp helicopter tour?
The Everest base camp helicopter trip is one of the greatest helicopter tours in the Everest region since it takes you to the base camp of the world's tallest mountains, as well as other mountains. On this journey, you will fly by helicopter from Nepal's capital city to Kala Patthar (Kathmandu). A helicopter first landed in Kalapathar before flying close to Mount Everest and other high mountains in the Everest area. After that, the plane will land for an hour at the Everest View Hotel to eat breakfast. Breakfast will be served with a beautiful view of Mt. Everest and other high mountains from the Everest View Hotel.

13) Why don't you stay at Kala Patthar for a long time?
Everest base camp helicopter tour offers a high-altitude tour of Nepal. The Everest base camp (Kala Patthar) is located in Nepal at an elevation of 5545 meters. Landing at high altitudes above 4000 meters is riskier. There is a greater chance of suffering from high altitude as you spend more time. Trekkers normally spend 11 to 14 days to finish their trip to Kala Patthar and Everest base camp, while the Everest base camp helicopter tour takes only 4-5 hours from Kathmandu. Also, because of the high altitude, it is not permitted to turn off the helicopter engine before landing at Kalapatter, and weather conditions will also have an impact on the Everest base camp helicopter trip.

14) Is it feasible to land for 30 minutes in Kala Patthar?
The standard Everest base camp helicopter trip package includes a 10-15 minute landing time at Everest base camp (Kala Patthar) (5545m). There are options for staying longer, but you will face a considerable danger of altitude sickness. If you have your private helicopter tour or your own Everest base camp helicopter tour party. You may easily spend a long time in Kala Patthar by paying extra fees. If you cannot remain at a high altitude, you can fly back from the Everest base camp (Kala Patthar).

15) Why will the helicopter not land at Everest Base Camp?
Because Everest base camp is located on the Khumbu Glacier. As a result, there will be no opportunity of landing the helicopter owing to a shortage of landing space. Another place where helicopter tours do not land at the Everest base camp is the Kalapatther. You will be able to view Mount Everest if you land at Kalapatter. Mt. Abadablam, Mt. Pumori, and other high peaks in the Everest area However, because you will be at the foot of the mountains, you will not be able to view all of the high mountains in this region from the Everest base camp. As a result, the Everest base camp helicopter tour will strive to deliver the greatest trip possible of your life.

16) What is the "Everest base camp helicopter tour" helicopter shuttle?
Each helicopter trip has a weight restriction. A high-altitude helicopter ride excursion to Everest Base Camp. Due to the high altitude, the EBC helicopter trip will have a weight limit of up to 250 kg (over 4400 meters). As a result, the Everest base camp helicopter trip must adhere to the weight restriction. Due to high altitude risk management, we must conduct two shuttle flights from Pheriche (4370M) if there are more than three persons.

17) How can the middle passenger enjoy the view while there are 4/5 people on board?
The maximum number of passengers on the Everest base camp helicopter trip will be five. If you consider how I can appreciate the view if I am seated in the middle? There will be opportunities to swap seats to enjoy the view, and while you are at high altitude, we should have two shuttles to decrease high altitude danger. Once you reach Pheriche, you can only handle the weight restriction with up to three people. There will be enough space to enjoy your view of the high mountain and others from the Everest base camp at that time, and everyone will have a window seat to enjoy your once-in-a-lifetime experience.

18) Is there any additional cost for the tour?
No, there will be no additional fees for the Everest base camp helicopter excursion. Because this is a four-hour helicopter excursion from Kathmandu. The helicopter trip price will include all costs. Breakfast and Sagarmatha National Park permit costs are not included in this trip because the helicopter will land at the Everest View Hotel for breakfast.

19) Why do we advise landing in Kala Patthar?
Some individuals wish to land at Everest Base Camp, however, the base camp is not always available for commercial aircraft. There is also no view of Mount Everest or other high mountains. From the Kala Patthar, you can get a 360-degree vista of the Everest area and many other mountains. As a result, landing in Kalapathar is advised for Mt. Everest base camp helicopter tours (Gokak shep).

20) How many persons can land at Kala Patthar in one helicopter at the same time?
Kalapathar is 5545 meters above sea level. There will be a weight limit above 4400 meters, therefore one helicopter will only transport 250 kg at a time. So, in terms of weight management, we will handle a maximum of three people at once. So, depending on the weight, we may need to make three suttles; if we do three suttles, we must charge one extra suttle to our clients.

21) Is there an age limit for the Everest base camp helicopter trip in Nepal?
One of the commercial flights to the Everest region is the Everest base camp helicopter trip. It is a simple and enjoyable helicopter trip in a nice setting. We will prioritize customer health; if any of our clients feel uncomfortable, we will endeavor to stop the helicopter and then fly back as swiftly as feasible. As a result, we offer our Everest Base Camp Helicopter tour to people of all ages.

22) How do I pay for the Everest Base Camp helicopter tour?
We are a licensed foreign currency exchange firm. As a result, we accept CASH, BANK TRANSFER, and CARD (Any). (NOTE: If you pay by card, an additional 4% bank fee will be applied.) You will make your payment to the account information listed below.

NPR Account : 

Name of the Beneficiary:  ACCESSIBLE  ADVENTURE PVT. LTD 

Bankers Name:  Himalayan Bank Ltd 

Bankers Address: Karmachari Sanchaya Kosh Building, Tridevi Sadak, Kathmandu, Nepal 

Branch: Thamel 

Account No.: 01904436100019

 Swift Code: HIMANPKA


To reserve your Everest Base Camp helicopter excursion, make an advance payment using one of your preferred payment methods.

To confirm your trip, a deposit of 25% or more is required.

23) Do you take credit and debit cards?
Yes, we accept all major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Debit Card, JCB, American Express, and others) to book Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour. If you pay by card, there will be an additional 4% bank charge.

24) Is landing at Everest base camp possible?
Yes, landing at Everest Base Camp is conceivable. Only during the climbing period and in emergency situations. Normal landings at Everest Base Camp are not feasible since the base camp of Mount Everest is located atop a glacier, making landing difficult and risky. The terrain structure of the Everest base camp is deficient. As a result, travelers on an Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour arrive at Kala Patthar, the highest point on the EBC Trek.

25) How safe is the Everest base camp helicopter tour?
The Everest base camp helicopter trip is a commercial helicopter fly tour to the base camp and Kalpatter. This is a high-altitude aircraft trip in Nepal that will show you the tallest mountains in the Everest area. To ensure our customers' safety, we employ a powerful helicopter for your trip. If the weather does not cooperate or if there is a technical failure, the flight will not take off. The Everest Base Camp helicopter trip will not begin with any kind of pressure from Kathmandu. So this flight is completely safe, and we will always recommend it to anyone who has a day and wants to see Mt. Everest and other high mountains.


Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Packing List:

The Everest area is, as one might assume, chilly all year. It is very crucial to pack appropriately for the Everest Base Camp Heli Tour. It is vital to pack appropriately due to the high-intensity UV radiation at high altitudes. Here is a packing list for the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour that includes all of the necessary/recommended equipment:

  1. Windproof down jacket
  2. UV protection sunglasses
  3. A water bottle
  4. Lip balm and moisturizer
  5. Silk/Nylon scarf
  6. Toiletries
  7. Full sleeve shirts
  8. Warm pair of trousers
  9. Camera essentials

It should be noted that the above gears will be enough since carrying too much weight increase the weight. We recommend taking only the necessary clothing.

The Everest Base Camp Helicopter Trip with Landing is widely regarded as the greatest helicopter tour available, and it can be accomplished in a matter of hours. The journey from Kathmandu to the base camp takes between 3 and 3.5 hours. The journey begins and concludes in Kathmandu. There are, however, various checkpoints for performing flying procedures. Because we are leaving early in the morning, we will have breakfast at the Everest View Hotel, the highest hotel in the world at 3,880 meters. Furthermore, the flight continues to Everest Base Camp or Kala Patthar to witness the spectacular mountain range up close.

Best time for Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour

The Everest Region is located at a high altitude, and the weather varies often. However, because our journey only involves a few hours of flying time, this should not prevent us from witnessing the beauties of the Himalayas in Nepal. However, the flight cannot be completed when it is cloudy or rainy. It's pointless to fly if we can't see the mountain range and distinctive aerial view of diverse terrain.
If we had to select a season, spring and fall would be ideal for an unforgettable journey to the Everest area. The weather is mostly clear and bright during these seasons. There is a lower chance of rain, and humidity is low. During the winter, the layer of snow accumulates, emphasizing the grandeur of the mountains. If you are unable to go in the spring, winter may be an option. However, helicopter trips are not recommended throughout the summer. It is pouring severely, and the weather is unpredictably changing. Let's take a closer look at the weather patterns of the seasons.
Accessible Adventure would never, ever choose a dangerous time for a helicopter trip. Our professionals examine the weather conditions ahead of time to ensure a safe and secure journey to Nepal's Everest Base Camp.

Season of Spring
The Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour with Landing is highly recommended during the spring season. The weather in the Everest region is pleasant and clear. Beautiful scenery and Rhododendron blooms may be seen throughout the woodland. The temperature is pleasant during the day but can drop to -10°C at night. However, because the spring season is popular for heli tours, you may have to wait in line. Speak with our agent about scheduling dates, and he will walk you through the process.

Season of Autumn
Autumn is the greatest season to visit Nepal for the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour, which runs from September to November. Autumn temperatures are neither too hot nor too chilly. The average temperature during the day is around 20° C, although it can drop to - 10° C at night. The landscape is spectacular. You will be able to see breathtaking mountain ranges as well as green hills bursting with flowers. Again, there may be a wait during peak season, so the sooner you book, the better.

Season of Monsoon
Monsoon season begins in June and lasts until early September. The period between Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour with Landing is not advised. During this season, the Everest area is generally overcast, making navigation difficult. Flight delays and cancellations are especially probable during the monsoon season.

Season of Winter
Winter lasts from December through February, with severely low temperatures near Everest Base Camp. The temperature averages 15°C during the day and drops to negative 17°C at night. Despite the subzero temperatures, the vistas are breathtaking. In addition, there is less traffic, which is why many tourists select winter for their Heli trip. It is all up to you. Be prepared for flight delays, though, because you never know. Consult with our experts to have a better idea of what to anticipate.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour's Principal Attractions:

Kala Patthar
Kala Patthar (5,644m), which is situated on the southern slope of Pumori in the Himalayas, is well known to hikers who are attempting to reach Everest Base Camp. The highest elevation that the majority of people may access without a climbing permit is this one. The breathtaking up-close views of Everest, Nuptse, Changtse, and the surrounding peaks are what make Kala Patthar so famous.

The alternative to the Everest Base Camp is Kala Patthar. Travel specialists much love it since the slope provides a view of the Everest summit that is not available from the base camp.

Hotel Everest View at Syangboche
At 13,000 feet, the Hotel Everest View in Syangboche has the title of the highest hotel in the world and was recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records in 2004. When Takasi Miyahara saw how spectacular the view of Everest from the Syangboche ridge was, he had the idea for the hotel in 1968.

A beautiful hill called Syangboche is located near Khumbila's foot. It has the highest airport in the world, where regular operations of helicopter shuttle and porter light services are conducted. You can enjoy the rich natural scenery and a very tranquil setting in Syangboche, Nepal, especially from the Hotel Everest View. If you are drawn to the outdoors, want to see the vast Himalayas up close, or just want to have a delicious breakfast at the world's highest hotel, the EBC Helicopter Tour with a landing in Nepal is the way to go.

Glacier in Khumbu
The Khumbu Glacier, which rises from 4,900 meters at its terminus to 7,600 meters at its source, is the tallest glacier in the world. The Khumbu Glacier, which is situated between Mount Everest and the Lhotse-Nuptse Ridge, is the biggest glacier in Nepal. On the last route leading to the base camp, hikers come across it. The Khumbu Icefall, a significant icefall on the glacier, is enormous. It is also one of the riskiest obstacles for climbers who are trying to reach the top of Everest. But when viewed from above, the enormous glacier is gorgeous, and the Himalayan mountain range around it is breathtaking. Therefore, the EBC Helicopter trip is a convenient option to view the icefall without taking too many risks.

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