Pangboche is a village in Khumjung VDC of Solukhumbu District, Nepal at an altitude of 3,985 metres. It is located high in the Himalayas in the Imja Khole valley, about 3 kilometres northeast of Tengboche.
Moreover, the charming traditional Sherpa village on the hillside above. Stay in the latter to experience one of the most charming villages in the Khumbu.Hard-core hikers can head up the valley behind the village towards Taboche Base Camp, curving round the valley for jaw-dropping views of Ama Dablam.The village is mostly surrounded by farmed fields, growing vegetables for the lodges.
Similarly, It is considered to be a holy place. According to legend, Lama Sangwa Dorjee, who brought Buddhism to the region in the 17th century,the Pangboche Monastery is famous for being the home of a fragmentary mummified hand that is said to have come from a Yeti. Yeti are well-known characters in high-Himalaya popular mythology and have been incorporated into the local interpretation of Buddhism.
It is a pleasant village with great views and an old monastery which you can look around. this villages features heavenly beauty and offers you utmost excitement and thrills of trekking. Moving though this course, you will explore eternal peace in your mind that will bring complete rejuvenation of the body and the mind.This village holds a crucial position in this trekking route and features exquisite scenic beauty.