Imja Khola river with Ama Dablam in the background
|• location||Imja Glacier|
|Dudh Kosi at Tengboche|
|River system||Koshi River|
The Imja Khola (Nepali: इम्जा खोला) is a tributary of the Dudh Kosi in Nepal. It drains the slopes of Mount Everest. The Khumbu Glacier melts into the Lobujya (Lobuche) River, which flows southward as the Imja Khola to its confluence with the Dudh Kosi at Tengboche.
The Imja Khola collects water from the Imja Glacier through the Dingboche Valley.
The river rises in the lake Imja Tsho, which is mainly formed by the waters of the Imja Glacier, it flows in the direction southwest through the village of Dingboche, then it merges with the river Lobuche, which flows south from the Khumbu Glacier. then flows southward to its confluence with the Dudh Kosi near the village of Tengboche
The Imja Khola is on the trekking route in the Everest base camp region, between Thyangboche and Dingboche at 4,360 metres (14,300 ft). During the Everest Base Camp Trek, trekkers cross a suspension bridge, over the Imja Khola, moving towards the village of Dingboche. Dingboche, the 'Summer Valley; of the Khumbu has a kilometer-long wall built to protect the village's crops from the cold winds that descends down the Imja Valley. Trekkers get to observe the stunning views of Lhotse, the AmaDablam and the Island Peak from Dingboche.  There is a monastery at Pangboche at 3,900 metres (12,800 ft). The trek is through beautiful Rhododendron forest.
See also – video of bridge over Imja Khola
See also – pictures of a hike up the Imja Khola valley
See also – map of a Map of Imja Tse
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