Mt. Everest 8,848m (North)
Duration: 64 Days
Grade: [css3_tooltip content=’Hard At least basic mountaineering knowledge is required, must be physically fit,must have previous mountaineering climbing experience above 7,000m (it would be best to have previous experience on Mountain like Cho Oyu).
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Region: China (Tibet)
Activity: Mountaineering Expedition
Max. Altitude: 8,848 m
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Mt. Everest is the highest mountain on the planet with an altitude of 8,848m. It is considered to be a safer climb from the North face.
We offer the best balance of quality and value. Safety is our goal with an excellent staff to client ratio, radios that always work, AC power and email-satellite phones at BC and ABC. Everything you would expect and more!
Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu And Transfer To Royal Penguin Boutique Hotel
Day 02: In Kathmandu for official formalities And Shopping Day
Day 03: Final Packing Climbing Equipment For Expeditions
Day 04: Drive to Kodari and overnight at Hotel.
Day 05: Drive to Nyalam.
Day 06: Rest at Nyalam for acclimatization.
Day 07: Drive to Tingri
Day 08: acclimatization rest day
Day 09: Drive to Everest Base Camp.
Day 10: Everest Base Camp.
Day 11: Camp setup
Day 12: Rest Day and prepare for puja
Day 13: Puja day
Day 14: Rest Day
Day 15: In term camp
Day 16: Trek to A.B.C
Day 16-59: Climbing Period Mt.Everest North Side.
Day 60: Trek to Base Camp
Day 61: Drive To Zangmu And Process For Pass To Nepal
Day 62: Drive to Kathmandu
Day 63: Free day in Kathmandu
Day 64: Transfer to Airport from Hotel.
All transfers, trips by bus and jeep
Organisation of the entire expedition
Full-board during entire expedition
Hotel accommodation in double rooms
Good group tent, toilet tent, shower tent
1 tent per member at base camp
1 tent per 2 members on the walk-in and in the high camps
Light mats for the high camps
Fixed ropes, climbing ropes, ice screws, etc.
High mountain stoves (gas) and cutlery
Communication (radio) in base camp (12 volt)
Walkie talkies (9 volt), 1 per 2 participants
Satellite phone, (Member have to pay as per their usages)
Solar equipment with light in the group tent
Electricity in BC to charge electrical appliances (only limited!)
Yaks to BC and back
Oxygen for emergency
Extensive pharmacy at BC including a pulse oximeter
Pharmacies in the high camps
Kitchen: cook and kitchen assistants at BC
Local tourist guide
Professional Climbing Sherpa
Certified mountain guide
Personal porter for high camps (reservation recommended)
Extra costs arising due to changes in the programme
Summit Bonus, Tips