The trek to Kharta known as Khangsung Valley in Tibet is a trek to explore Himalayan Grandeur. A walk of its own significance provides you a challenging view of whitened peaks. The trek to Kharta comprises steep landscapes, valleys and lakes —glacial lakes. The valley of Khangsung is a place to allure the trekkers with its grassland and an enchanting bosom of flowers. The trek to Kharta in summer provides an outstanding view of greenery. The Khangsung Valley trek is lead through the Langma La Pass at an altitude of 5320m—the highest pass on the way. The high elevation of all peaks on the way in its full capturing motion is only and alone the Mt. Makalu.
To explore this trek, we drive to Nyalam from the border of Nepal and Tibet. The next day we drive to Kharta. Our real trek begins from here. We begin our trek from Kharta in a way like the one a white crane looks at the time to pounce upon its prey. After an interval of our driving, we lead our trek to Lundrubling and the Kaamo Tsangpo Valley through Shao La. Further we lead the way to Khangsung Valley the next day and Pethang Ringmo. Our trekking comprises Hoppo, Kangshung base camp and then the base of Langma La. After all, we return to our destination Lundrubling through Langma. The next day we trek to Kharta and finally drive to Rongbuk Everest Base Camp.