We were so blessed with having clear skies in the morning and afternoon each day above 4000 meters. The moments were precious as I mentioned in the video so working fast to capture these moments on video was crucial. I would usually jump out of bed between 5:30-6am, 90 minutes before our scheduled breakfasts on most mornings, to ensure I captured footage of these giants of the Himalayas. Fortunately most of the time the skies remained clear up until the early afternoon. Then like in Lobuche, the skies would clear up again just before sunset, enabling me to get some video of beautiful Nuptse.
This was my second time on this trail, I previously completed the Gokyo Valley/Everest Base Camp trek 4 years ago and was still completely overjoyed to be in this setting again.
i hope you enjoyed the video and perhaps it will inspire you to head to Nepal to trek to the highest mountain in the world!

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About the Author John Saboe

I am a broadcaster, photographer, writer and videographer with a passion for travel throughout Asia. I love making connections and engaging with people. I am spiritual and seek adventure wherever I go.

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