Everest Expedition is one of the challenging in the world. Mount Everest (Tibetan Qomolangma) is the Earth's highest mountain, with a peak at 8,848 metres (29,029 ft) above sea level. It is located in the Mahalangur section of the Himalayas. The international border between China and Nepal runs across the precise summit point.
Mount Everest expedition the highest mountain on the Earth attracts many well-experienced mountaineers as well as capable climbers willing to hire professional guides. While not posing substantial technical climbing challenges on the standard route, Everest presents dangers such as altitude sickness, weather and wind. Trip Himalaya Treks will organize all necessary things for Tibet Everest Expedition.
Everest expedition from Tibet (The north ridge route) begins from the north side of Everest in Tibet. Expeditions trek to the Rongbuk Glacier, setting up base camp at 5,180 m (16,990 ft) on a gravel plain just below the glacier. Tibetan expeditions to reach Camp II, climbers ascend the medial moraine of the east Rongbuk Glacier up to the base of Changtse at around 6,100 m (20,000 ft). Camp III (ABC – Advanced Base Camp) is situated below the North Col at 6,500 m (21,300 ft). To reach Camp IV on the north col, climbers ascend the glacier to the foot of the col where fixed ropes are used to reach the North Col at 7,010 m (23,000 ft). From the North Col, climbers ascend the rocky north ridge to set up Camp V at around 7,775 m (25,500 ft).
Tibet Everest expedition the route crosses the North Face in a diagonal climb to the base of the Yellow Band reaching the site of Camp VI at 8,230 m (27,000 ft). From Camp VI, climbers will make their final summit push. Climbers face a treacherous traverse from the base of the First Step: ascending from 8,501 metres (27,890 ft) to 8,534 m (28,000 ft), to the crux of the climb, the Second Step: ascending from 8,577 metres (28,140 ft) to 8,626 m (28,300 ft). (The Second Step includes a climbing aid called the "Chinese ladder", a metal ladder placed semi-permanently Himalayan Expeditions in 1975 by a party of Chinese climbers. It has been almost continuously in place since, and ladders have been used by virtually all climbers on the route.) Once above the Second Step the inconsequential Third Step is clambered over: ascending from 8,690 m (28,510 ft) to 8,800 m (28,870 ft). Once above these steps, the summit pyramid is climbed by a snow slope of 50 degrees, to the final summit ridge along which the top is reached. Climbing Expeditions in Tibet Himalaya drive from Kathmandu to Kodari Boarder and North Everest Base camp.
Day 01: Arrival in Ktm and transfer to Hotel
Day 02- 03: In Ktm for Tibet Visa Procedure
Day 04: Drive Ktm/Zangmu ( 2350m)
Day 05: Drive to Nyalam (3750m)
Day 06: In Nyalam for acclimatization (explore around)
Day 07: Drive to Shegar (4350m) O/N Guest House
Day 08: In Shegar for acclimatization & meet with group from Lhasa
Day 09: Drive to Everest BC (5200m)
Day 10- 12: At the BC
Day 13: Trek to Interim Camp (6200m)
Day 14: Arrive at ABC (6500m)
Day 15-.53: Climbing Period
Day 54: Back to ABC
Day 55: ABC to BC
Day 56: Drive to Nyalam (3750m)
Day 57: Drive to Ktm
Day 58: In Kathmandu
Day 59: Departure
Cost For Oxygen As Follow
4Litre Poisk Oxygen Bottles
1-4 Bottles = US$ 440 per bottle
5-10 Bottles = US$ 430 per bottle
11-20 Bottles = US$ 420 per bottle
21 & Above = 410 per bottle
3Litre Poisk Oxygen Bottles
1-4 Bottles = US$ 410 per bottle
5-10 Bottles = US$ 400 per bottle
11-20 Bottles = US$ 390 per bottle
21 & Above = US$ 380 per bottle.
Mask & Regulators:
1-4 Sets = US$ 400 per set.
5-10 Sets = US$ 390 per set.
11-20 Sets = US$ 380 per set.
Regarding Booking $ Payment Procedure:
An advance payment of USD 1000.00 per person must be transferred to our bank address
In an event of cancellation, the following charges will be made:
* a)One month before the start of the expedition: US$ 300 per person
* (b) Two weeks before the start of the expedition: US$ 500 per person
* (c) One week before the start of the expedition: US$ 1000 per person
* (d) After the start of the expedition: No Refund.