Imja Khola

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Imja Khola
Imja Khola.JPG
Imja Khola river with Ama Dablam in the background
Location
CountryNepal
Physical characteristics
Source 
 - locationImja Glacier[1]
Mouth 
 - locationDudh Kosi at Tengboche
 - coordinates27°47′35″N 86°42′58″E / 27.793°N 86.716°E / 27.793; 86.716Coordinates: 27°47′35″N 86°42′58″E / 27.793°N 86.716°E / 27.793; 86.716
Basin features
River systemKoshi River

The Imja Khola (Nepali: इम्जा खोला) is a tributary of Dudh Kosi river which flows in estern part of Nepal. This river is on the trekking route Which passes through the Rhododendron forest in Everest base camp region.

References[change | change source]

  1. Bradley, Mayhew; "Trekking in the Nepal Himalaya" ;(2009); 9 edição; pp 86-94-97-118-122; Lonely Planet; ISBN 9781741041880.