Everest Expedition summit on 8848m!!!

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Trip Facts

  • Destinations: Nepal
  • Total Duration: 61 Days
  • Trekking Duration:
  • Trip Grade: Strenuous Plus
  • Max Elevation: 8848m
  • Best Season: March -May
  • Walking Hours: 5-6hrs
  • Styles: Tea House + Tent
  • Starting point of trek: Lukla
  • Finishing point of trek: Lukla
  • Meals and Drinks: Guest houses + Tent

Trip Map

  • Destination:Nepal

Annapurna Discovery Treks and Expedition Company has been established for those who are interested and desired to stand on the world’s highest Mount Everest.

The World famous mountain everybody dream to success summit on it. If who really determine to stand on top absolutely he/she achieve it. To do all this before a lot of obstacles appear, harsh challenges as like high altitude, severe weather, crevasses, an avalanche. To achieve your goal dream we organize effective expedition by professional and very highly experienced mountain guides leading you well care, acknowledge your day to day ascent and descent above base camp. Our company is very much aware of your value of money, lure gold of life, risky on a mountain. To summit on Everest itself challenging though on the behalf of the company, we have selective Sherpas to assist you techniques and overcome difficulties to summit smoothly.

In 1921 British Mount Everest Expedition led by Colonel Charles Howard with Harold Raeburn, George Mallory, Guy Bullock, and Edward Oliver Wheeler. Their climbing route was to the North Col. Since 1921 continued expedition team effort to climb the Everest in 1922, 1924, 1933, 1934, 1936, 1938, 1947, 1950, 1951, and 1952 finally 25 May 1953 Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa did success to top of the world, Mount Everest. After this year every year expedition team were the success to reach on top of the world, Mount Everest.

Mount Everest is waiting for you such a goal life, achievement and with the world’s most adventurous excitement. Everest Expedition cost comparatively very high due two-month duration, carrying ladders, ropes, high quality of equipment and all expedition necessary things.

Everest Base Camp point is initiative climbing step crossing the Khumbu Icefall which consists of harsh and unpredictable weather with glacier parts of crevasses and seracs every few steps.

CLIMBING ROUTE CAMPS:

  • Camp 1 5900m
  • Camp 2 6400m
  • Camp 3 7100m
  • Camp 4 8000m South Col

Outline Itinerary

  • Day 01 Arrival in Kathmandu
  • Day 02 Sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley
  • Day 03 Fly to Lukla then walking to Phakding (3-4hrs) (2680m)
  • Day 04 Phakding to Namache Bazaar (3450m)(6-7hrs)
  • Day 05 Acclimatization in Namche Bazaar
  • Day 06 NamcheBaaar to Debuche (3820m)(5hrs)
  • Day 07 Debuche to Dingboche (4420m) (5hrs)
  • Day 08 Acclimatisation day in Dingboche
  • Day 09 Dingboche to Lobuche Base Camp (5190m) (5hrs)
  • Day 10: Base Camp to High Camp
  • Day 11: High camp to summit then return to High Camp
  • Day 12: High Camp to Gorak Shep (5140m) (max. 5hrs)
  • Day 13: Gorak Shep to Everest Base Camp (5365m) (3hrs)
  • Day 14: Acclimatization in Base Camp
  • Day 15-19: Rest day
  • Day 20: Training climbing
  • Day 21: Climb up through the Icefall to Camp 1 (5900m) stay the night to create more red blood cells.
  • Day 22: Climb Camp 2 (6,450m).
  • Day 23: Climb down through the Icefall to Base Camp. Rotation 1 is over
  • Day 24-28: rest acclimatization process
  • Day 29: Climb from Base Camp to Camp 1. Stay the night at Camp 1.
  • Day 30: Climb at Camp 2 stay the night at camp 2
  • Day 31: Climb to Lhotse Face to Camp 3 (7,100m). Remain for an hour and descend to Camp 2 and stay the night at Camp 2.
  • Day 32: Climb down to Base Camp. Rotation 2 is a success.
  • Day 33- 37: Rest or waiting for favorable and safe weather. Base Camp.
  • Day 38: Climb from Base Camp to Camp 1
  • Day 39: Climb to Camp 2
  • Day 40: Climb to Camp 3
  • Day 41: Climb to Camp 4 (7,950m), probably using oxygen bottles.
  • Day 42: Reach the summit midmorning (8,848m).
  • Day 43: Descend to the Base Camp. Expedition over.
  • Day 44: Rest day in Base Camp
  • Day 45-53: contingency day
  • Day 54: Base Camp to Pheriche
  • Day 55: Pheriche to Kyangjuma
  • Day 56: Kyangjuma to Phakding
  • Day 57: Phakding to Lukla
  • Day 58: Lukla to Kathmandu
  • Day 59- 60: Free day in Kathmandu
  • Day 61: Departure from Kathmandu

Day 01 Arrival in Kathmandu

Arrival at Kathmandu International Airport transfer to your hotel. A short briefing is given about your trekking route. It is your choice whether you like to visit nearby sanctuaries or rest at the hotel.

Day 02 Sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley

On this day you are busy for sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley .Tour of Buddhist and old Hindu temples which are regarded as shrine and local traditions. There are many places to visit.

Day 03 Fly to Lukla then walking to Phakding (3-4hrs) (2680m)

Lukla to Phakding trail is easy and gentle. The trail heads to through the north of Lukla you are ask to register permit and belonging value able things. Leaving back Lukla the trail enters the village of Cheplung,Thado Koshi, Ghat and Phading, Several bridges are crossed and meeting people going up and down on the trail.

Day 04 Phakding to Namache Bazaar (3450m)(6-7hrs)

Today’s walk is relatively longer than yesterday. As you start the trek a suspension bridge is crossed over the Dudh Koshi River and the trail follows up along the river through forests of pine. Three hours walk to village of Monjo is a pretty settlement where the entrance checkpost for Sagarmatha National Park. The trail drops to Jorsale has about half dozen nice lodges. Passing Jorsale the path crosses the river then on the bank of the river confluence of Bhote Koshi and Dudh Koshi rivers. From the confluence steep trail crosses a long suspension bridge festooned with prayer flags. The trail to Namche Bazaar climbs zigzagging through forests of pine and about half way up is Everest View point where there is a public toilet. The gentle climb and wide path leads you to a check post then continues up about 20 minutes to Namache Bazaar.

Day 05 Acclimatization in Namche Bazaar

Namche Bazaar is a big and beautiful Sherpa town gate way to Everest, Gokyo Lake and Thame. Acclimatization day is important for trekkers who prepare to go high altitude. One day acclimatization will improve fitness and help adjust altitude in further trek in elevation. In Namche there are numerous cafes, trekking gear-shops, grocery stores lodges and hotels. It has internet access, wifi, money changer cash, banking service changer cash and the accept visa and Master Card. In main trekking season crowded of foreigners are at shops, lodges, cafes and streets.

Day 06 NamcheBaaar to Debuche (3820m)(5hrs)

The trail to Tengboche starts from just above Namche Bazaar on the right side. The trail out and in passes ridges to memorial chortenTenzing Norgay. From this memorial place is for grand panorama views of Thamserku, Ama Dablam, Lhotse and Everest. The path continues to Kyangjuma (3550m) where there are two nice lodges and closer views of Ama Dablam. From Kyngjuma the trail descends to Phunki Thenga where Dudha Koshi Rive is crossed by a bridge then two hours continue climb through forest of Rhododendron to Tengboche has a wide grassy land, lodges and Tengboche Gompa is a large and most popular monastery in Khumjung region. 15 minute descend past rhododendron to beautiful village of Debuchne.

Day 07 Debuche to Dingboche (4420m) (5hrs)

From Debuche the route crosses through forests of rhododendron and birch dripping with white Spanish moss. The path reaches Dudh Koshi River is crossed on suspension bridge. From the river the trail climbs to Chorten and Kani. From Kani 10 minute further is Pangboche village (3860m) where there are several lodges and guest houses. Above Pangboche the trail enters on arid landscape and alpine meadows along the Imja River. The gentle path leads you Shomare (4000m) then 30 minute walk reaches at separation route upper and lower. We take lower route ascends to Khumbu River over it a bridge is crossed and then climb up through alpine meadows passing chortens and cairns to Dingboche village from where Lhotse (8501m) Island peak and Ama Dablam can be seen. Dingboche village is a pleasant and agreeable. There are internet service, bakery, cafes and grocery stores. Several lodges and guest houses are though out the village.

Day 08 Acclimatisation day in Dingboche

It is important to do acclimatization at 4410m. Many trekkers love to spend to explore in Dingboche village. There are several interesting hiking spots are Nangkar Tshang, Chukung and opposite side up at bottom of Ama Dablam. Nangkar Tshang is the best view point (5075m) walking is two hours just above Dingboche on ridge that offers panorama views of Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Taboche, Cholatse and even Makalu (8465m). Valley views are enjoyable and fantastic. From Dingboche to Chukung it takes about 2 hours. The path is agreeable through on arid along the Imja Khola. Chukung is surrounded by mountains and glaciers. There are enough lodges. Two hours walk to popular Island Peak Base Camp from Chukung.

Day 09 Dingboche to Lobuche Base Camp (5190m) (5hrs)

From Dingboche the trail to Lobuche goes left side passing above Pheriche at the top of ridge. On the way, there are outstanding views of Taboche, Chilatse and Ama Dablam. The path passes through opened and arid yak pasture lands. At the end of the trail a glacial stream is crossed and then reaches Dughla (4620m) has Yak and Kala Pathar lodges. From here the trail climbs up the ridge then gentle walk to the north inner valley is the base camp. Overningt at tent.

Day 10: Base Camp to High Camp

Day 11: High camp to summit then return to High Camp

Day 12: High Camp to Gorak Shep (5140m) (max. 5hrs)

Day 13: Gorak Shep to Everest Base Camp (5365m) (3hrs)

Day 14: Acclimatization in Base Camp

Day 15-19: Rest day

Day 20: Training climbing

Rotation acclimatization Camp 1:

Day 21: Climb up through the Icefall to Camp 1 (5900m) stay the night to create more red blood cells.

Day 22: Climb Camp 2 (6,450m).

Stay for an hour or two, then descend to Camp 1. Stay the night at Camp 1. For more red blood cells are created.

Day 23: Climb down through the Icefall to Base Camp. Rotation 1 is over

Day 24-28: rest acclimatization process

Rotation phase 2:

Day 29: Climb from Base Camp to Camp 1. Stay the night at Camp 1.

Day 30: Climb at Camp 2 stay the night at camp 2

Day 31: Climb to Lhotse Face to Camp 3 (7,100m). Remain for an hour and descend to Camp 2 and stay the night at Camp 2.

Day 32: Climb down to Base Camp. Rotation 2 is a success.

Day 33- 37: Rest or waiting for favorable and safe weather. Base Camp.

Interpret weather forecasts to predict a 5 day calm weather window, within which there will be a 48 hour period of only light winds or zero wind near the summit. Getting caught in a storm near the summit will be fatal.
The Summit period

Day 38: Climb from Base Camp to Camp 1

Day 39: Climb to Camp 2

Day 40: Climb to Camp 3

Day 41: Climb to Camp 4 (7,950m), probably using oxygen bottles.

The climber is now in the death–zone, and the less time spent there the better. That evening, set out for the summit and climb through the night.

Day 42: Reach the summit midmorning (8,848m).

Remain for 20 minutes. Return to Camp 4. After a brief recovery, descend to Camp 2.

Day 43: Descend to the Base Camp. Expedition over.

Day 44: Rest day in Base Camp

Day 45-53: contingency day

Day 54: Base Camp to Pheriche

Day 55: Pheriche to Kyangjuma

Day 56: Kyangjuma to Phakding

Day 57: Phakding to Lukla

Day 58: Lukla to Kathmandu

Day 59- 60: Free day in Kathmandu

Day 61: Departure from Kathmandu

Cost Includes

  • Airport pickup and drop off
  • 4-night hotel accommodation and breakfast in Kathmandu
  • Licensed trained trekking guide
  • Experienced climbing guide and porters
  • Porters to carry bag pack/good
  • Accommodation (breakfast, lunch, dinner) included coffee & tea.
  • Transportation by land and air
  • Annapurna Conservation Area Entry Permit
  • Himlung climbing royalty permit
  • Restricted Narphu permit
  • Peak climbing Permit
  • TIMS card

Cost Excludes

  • International airfare
  • Travel trekking insurance
  • Major meals, lunch, dinner during the stay in Kathmandu
  • Excess baggage charge more than airlines allowed both domestic and international
  • Personal expenses such as alcoholic beverages, drinks, phone & laundry
  • Visa fee (easily get on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport
  • Personal climbing gears and clothes
  • Tips and gratuities for staffs and climbing bonus for climber sherpa
  • Emergency Rescue
  • Travel insurance
  • Trips cancellation costs
  • Accident or health emergency
  • Lost theft and damage to baggage
  • Garbage deposit USD 3000 for a team. After the expedition the deposit is refundable.

Equipments & Gears

Climbing Gears (personal)

  • Ice axe
  • Crampons
  • Harness
  • Tape slings (2)
  • Screwgate karabiners (2 locks, 2 unlock)
  • Descender/eight figure
  • Plastic mountaineering boots
  • Ascender/ Jumar
  • Helmet

Group Climbing Gears:

  • Ice crew
  • Snow bar
  • Rope
  • Ice hammer

Head clothes

  • Light balaclava
  • Sun hat
  • Neck cover
  • Warm hat that covers your ears (wool or synthetic)
  • Headlamp with extra batteries and bulbs
  • Sunglasses with UV protection minimum 50+sun block lotion

Clothing lower Body

Hiking shorts

  • Lightweight cotton long pants
  • Polypropylene shirts
  • Light expedition weight thermal bottoms
  • Fleece or wool pants
  • Waterproof shell pant

Clothes upper body

  • T-shirts
  • Light expedition weight thermal tops
  • Fleece wind-stopper jacket or pullover
  • Waterproof breathable fabric shell jacket
  • Down vest/jacket     

Feet clothes

  • Thick warm wool socks
  • Thin lightweight inner socks
  • Hiking boots
  • Light camp shoes or sandals
  • Gaiters

Hands clothes

  • Lightweight poly-liner gloves
  • Lightweight wool or fleece gloves
  •  Mittens waterproof, polar-fleece mitt liner

Accessories

  • Sleeping bag rated -30 degrees (extra sleeping bag rated -15-20 for base camp)
  • Fleece sleeping bag liner
  • Headlamp with spare batteries
  • Large plastic to keep clothes dry
  • Daypack/backpack waterproof of 35to 50kg
  • Large waterproof rucksack/ duffel bag
  • Trekking Poles
  • 2 water bottle contains more than 1 ltr for cold and hot water
  • Toilet papers
  • Earplugs
  • Electronic charging devices

Medical

  • Basic first aid kit
  • Pills Anti-headache
  • Pills anti-diarrhea
  • Water purification tablets
  • Aspirin
  • Diamox
  • Cough and cold medicine
  • First-aid tape
  • Sunscreen

Free time (your choice)

  • Binocular, camera
  • Pen and notebook
  • Reading books
  • Indoor games

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