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Dudh Koshi after the Village of Phakding
Nepal

The walk from Lukla to Phakding is mostly a downhill one until one reaches the small village of Phakding where the trail starts to climb , though only very moderately.

Phakding is no more than a collection of a few hostels and is a convenient place to  break for lunch and a bottle of ice-cold beer over the fast-flowing Dudh Koshi below.

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Tags: lukla; phakding; dudh koshi; everest; himalayas; khumbu; nepal
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