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Expedition Everest

Expedition Everest

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Trip Facts

Duration : 64 Days Max-Altitude : 8848 M Program Type : tea house / camping Best Season : April- May. Per Day Walking : 5/6 h Trek Grade : Grade 2:

These treks are suitable for any walker looking for something a little more challenging and energetic. They are a combination of some longer and shorter walks and hill-walking experience is desirable. The duration is usually from 10 to 15 days. Following the up and down terrain of Nepal and walking to higher elevations contrasts these treks to those in the easy classification. However, you will be rewarded for your efforts with spectacular close-up views of glaciers and of the high Himalayas. Although the terrain is not difficult, some vigorous hiking experience is useful. There may be up to 6 hours a day on the trail and the elevation rises and falls from 800m/ 2624ft to 4000m/13210ft above sea level.


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All price inclusive
$45000 $ 40000
USD per person

Group Price

No. of Persons Price per Person
1 Pax $45000
2 Paxes $40000
2-6 Paxes $30500
6-10 Paxes $30000
10-15 Paxes $29500
15+Paxes $29500

Number of Travellers


Mount Everest is the tallest mountain in the world, located in the Himalayas on the border between Nepal and Tibet. Many people dream of climbing it, and the journey to the summit is both physically and mentally challenging.

Expedition Everest led by Nepal Wilderness Trekking. We are pleased to provide a lifetime adventure with world-class service from Everest Base Camp to all the high camps of Mt. Everest (8848.86m) from its South Face and Southeast Ridge in Nepal. Expedition Everest’s ultimate mountaineering adventure of all time is still. Standing at the pinnacle of the Earth is one of the most rewarding experiences one can have in life. In Nepal Wilderness Trekking’s 29 years of guiding Everest expeditions, we are recognized as pioneers of guided ascents that are renowned for enabling members of our expeditions to achieve their summit aspirations.

Everest is the world’s highest mountain, standing at 29,029 feet above sea level. It is also the tallest mountain on Earth. The first person to climb Everest was a British man named George Mallory who disappeared while attempting the summit in 1924. It took mountaineers decades of effort to finally conquer Everest and make it a part of history. To attempt an Everest expedition, you will need to be physically fit, mentally prepared, and have mountaineering experience. You will also need to have the necessary equipment, including climbing gear, clothing, food, and shelter.

Everest Expeditions‘ thrill and the dream to reach the summit of the world’s highest mountain are only possible with highly experienced Expedition Organizing Companies. Most of the companies boast that they are the most reputable and have been in the mountaineering industry for decades, but the claims are hollow. The Expedition Everest journey begins with the support and training provided by highly experienced High Altitude Mountain Climbers and the Ultimate Sherpas, “The Ultimate Heroes of the Himalayas”.

Climbing Everest Expedition is one of the most challenging and adventurous activities, so you should select the best Everest Expedition company. Climbing and Expedition Sherpas from Everest climbing companies are the real heroes of the Himalayas capable of guiding you to the summit of the Himalayas. The Great Himalayan range includes Mount Everest Asia, one of the most popular adventure climbing destinations in the world.

During the Everest base camp trek and Expeditions Everest climbing, we provide you with a full board package. The price includes both flights except for the hotel in Kathmandu. Our Everest climbing guides are highly qualified and skilled, regularly reviewed and re-trained, and recognized for their training and experience throughout the profession. Only the most experienced guides and staff will be on this expedition. Mistakes can have serious repercussions on this expedition. Consequently, we place a great deal of emphasis on safety and accident prevention for both clients and guides on our Everest expeditions. Expeditions to the highest mountain in the world are not without risk. Our safety protocols reduce the risk as much as possible. Additionally, we would like to emphasize that our guides and staff are all employed according to ethical standards.

Expeditions Everest Climbing has been organizing Nepal Wilderness Trekking for decades, and we’re confident we can assist expedition mountaineers and climbers in achieving their dream of climbing Mount Everest (8848.86 m). Since Everest from the Nepal side is more difficult than Everest from the North Col, many climbers fail to reach the summit. When the hands and collaborative efforts of experienced Sherpas are combined with the right equipment management, high altitude gear, and properly managed evacuation plans during an emergency, the summit of the world’s highest mountain can be reached.


  • Basically, the South route is an easy climb with a little objective danger after passing the Khumbu icefall apart from a few crevasses and seracs that need to be bridged with ladders, a couple of ice cliffs around Camp 3, and rock sections that need to be protected with fixed lines. It is obvious that there is a danger of high altitude sickness complications and that mountain weather can be unpredictable and changeable.
  • Generally speaking, Khumbu Icefall is a steep glacier with a lot of crevasses and treacherous unstable seracs as well making navigation difficult and with a great deal of objective danger from falling ice. It is one of the most dangerous parts of the climb. The climbing Sherpa set the route through the icefall at the beginning of the climbing period by installing ladders across crevasses and along Seracs vertical ice walls in order to facilitate efficient and easy climbing. It is due to these arrangements that climbing the Khumbu icefall is possible, efficient, and relatively safe, especially early in the morning before sunrise when the ice structure is well frozen. A very dangerous aspect of the Khumbu Icefall is its western aspect, which makes it very hazardous in the afternoon.
  • There are two camps located on the Khumbu Icefall. Camp 1 (6000m) is located at the base of the icefall and is a desolate and exposed area used primarily as a transition and rest stop on the way to Camp 2. There are some large crevasses that remain close to Camp 1 even though the glacier between Camps 1 and 2 flattens. These crevasses are also fixed with ladders.
  • A lateral moraine is located at the bottom of the west ridge, where Camp 2 is located. This is a very safe and sheltered location with spectacular views of Lhotse, as well as being very safe. It is the responsibility of all companies to set up their main climbing camp for the duration of the climbing period with tents for individual climbers, kitchens, and dining tents. This is the main acclimatization camp and will serve as the base for the camp 3 acclimatization climb and the final summit attempt.
  • There is a small ledge on the wall of Lhotse, which is where Camp 3 (7200m) is located. Before 40 degrees, one needs to cross the glacier from the left side to the right side. There is a 600-meter climb on a compact snowfield. There are some short ice cliffs less than 3m high, which Sherpa’s set up with fixed ropes on the route, though they are very safe.
  • The last camp is located at South Col (7950m); it is easily accessible for the majority of climbers without the use of supplementary oxygen. The two rock sections to be navigated before our arrival at camp 4 are Yellow Bands, an interlayer of marble, Phyllis, and semi-schist rocks; and Geneva Spur, an anvil-shaped rib of black rocks; they are again set up with fixed ropes.
  • Here comes the challenging part of the climb, the last section of the southwest ridge. Most of the way is on snow with some rock sections at the Balconies, but there is a resting platform at the top of the mountain. In addition to the entire route being set up with fixed ropes, it is crucial for the safety of all climbers, since they are all affected by altitude with low energy levels and impaired judgment because of the deprivation of oxygen to the brain and muscles.
  • The most exposed section of the climb stretches between the 3150m Kangshung face and the southwest face, with Hillary step at the end, an impressive series of steps with serious avalanche danger; from the south summit, you can reach a knife-edge southeast ridge; there is a risk of avalanche from a dangerous overhang; it is an exposed but rewarding climb.

Climbers must have to know for the Everest expedition

If you’re planning an Everest expedition, there are several things you should know to prepare yourself:

Physical fitness: Climbing Mount Everest is a physically demanding and challenging activity. It requires a high level of cardiovascular fitness, strength, and endurance. Before attempting the climb, you should engage in a rigorous physical training program that includes cardiovascular exercise, strength training, and endurance training.

Altitude acclimatization: Climbing at high altitudes can be dangerous, and it’s important to acclimatize properly to reduce the risk of altitude sickness. You should spend several weeks at base camp and higher altitude camps to allow your body to adjust to the high altitude before attempting the summit.

Climbing experience: Climbing Mount Everest is not a beginner’s activity. You should have previous climbing experience and be comfortable with the use of crampons, ice axes, and other mountaineering gear.

Mental preparation: Climbing Everest can be mentally taxing and challenging. You should be prepared to face challenges, setbacks, and unexpected events during the climb. Mental preparation is just as important as physical preparation.

Equipment and gear: You’ll need high-quality mountaineering gear and equipment, including proper clothing, climbing boots, crampons, ice axes, and ropes. It’s important to invest in high-quality gear and ensure that everything is in good condition before setting out on the climb.

Safety: Safety should always be your top priority during the Everest expedition. You should choose a reputable guide company with experienced guides who prioritize safety. You should also be familiar with emergency procedures and have a plan in place for dealing with emergencies.

Respect for the mountain and local culture: Climbing Mount Everest is not only about personal achievement; it’s also about respecting the mountain and the local culture. You should be aware of the environmental impact of climbing and take steps to minimize it. You should also respect the local customs and traditions of the communities near the mountain.


An Everest expedition is a serious undertaking and can be dangerous. Climbers must be prepared for extreme weather conditions, altitude sickness, and other hazards. It is important to choose a registered Local agency a Nepal Wilderness Trekking Pvt reputable guide company and to follow our instructions carefully.

In summary, an Everest expedition is a challenging and rewarding adventure but requires significant preparation and experience. It is important to approach the climb with caution and to prioritize safety at all times.

Detail Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to the hotel.

Day 02-03: Preparation, briefings, shopping and formalities to obtain the permit.

Day 04: Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding (2652m; 4 hours hike); lodge.

Day 05: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3440m/6 Hrs. ); stay at a lodge.

Day 06: Rest and acclimatization; explore Everest View Hotel (3800m-3 hrs.).

Day 07: Trek to Tyangboche (3850m-5 hours); Explore Buddhist monastery; lodge.

Day 08: Trek to Dingboche (4350m-5Hrs. ); stay in a lodge.

Day 09: Trek to Lobuche (5,018m - 4 hours); lodge.

Day 10: Rest at Lobuche to allow your body to acclimatize.

Day 11: Trek to Gorakshep (5172m-3 hrs. ); overnight in a lodge.

Day 12: Trek to Everest Basecamp (5200m, 2 hours), camping.

Day 13-56: Summit Everest (8,848.86m), full camping period.

Day57: Trek down to Gorakshep, overnight at the lodge.

Day 58: Trek to Dingboche (4260m), via Lobuche (5216m) (5 hours), lodge.

Day 59: Trek to Tyangboche (3860m-5 hours), lodge.

Day 60: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3440m-4 hours), lodge.

Day 61: Trek from Kathmandu to Lukla (2840m-7 hrs.).

Day 62: Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu, hotel transfer, and D-briefing.

Day 63: Farewell-Celebration dinner.

Day 64: Transfer to the airport for final departure.

Cost Included

  •         All arrival and departure transfers in Kathmandu.
  •         Hotel accommodations for four nights in Kathmandu on a BB basis.
  •         Flights and transfers Kathmandu-Manthali-Lukla-Manthali-Kathmandu.
  •         Mt. Everest expedition permit (Royalty; $11,000 for members).
  •         Liaison officer for the Everest Expedition for the government. 
  •         TIMS card and entry permit for Khumbu village and Sagarmatha National Park.
  •         All camping equipment at Advance Base Camp and other camps.
  •         During trekking, meals, lodging, and a guide are provided in a teahouse/lodge.
  •         Our experienced cook prepared the food during the expedition period. This was followed by C2 and EBC.
  •         Private climbing Sherpa for climbing support on a one-to-one basis.
  •         Three oxygen bottles for each climbing member and six oxygen bottles (4 Ltrs.) for each Sherpa.
  •         Mask and regulators for one climber and one Sherpa.
  •         Gamow bag at the EBC for emergency rescue purposes.
  •         Yaks and porters may carry 50 kg of luggage up and down to EBC.
  •         Climbing members and Sherpas required high-altitude food for C1, C3, and C4.
  •         Insurance, wages, meals, and allowances for climbing Sherpa and BC staff.
  •         The base camp is equipped with solar panels for lighting and battery charging.
  •         Charges for icefall and rope fixing, tents at high camps EBC,C1,C2,C3, and C4.
  •         First Aid medical kits for the group and its employees.
  •     Communication is provided by walkie-talkies and satellite phones (for which a charge of $5 per unit is charged).
  •         Nepal imposes office service charges and government taxes.
  • ·         Snowy Horizon Special Gifts & Farewell Dinner.

Cost Excluded


  •         Lunch and dinner during your stay in Kathmandu except for farewell dinner.
  •         Items of a personal nature, such as laundry, telephone calls, and use of the Internet.
  •         The following items will be needed: clothing, packing items, personal medical kit, trekking/climbing gear, etc. 
  •         If there are any extra services or products or offers or activities that are not listed in the itinerary.
  •         Any additional costs incurred as a result of various/unforeseen events such as natural calamities, landslides, political disturbances, strikes, changes in government regulations, etc.
  •         The climbing member may require any additional staff (s) if special assistance is needed.
  •         This includes rescue, repatriation, medicines, medical tests, and hospitalization expenses.
  •         Insurance for medical-travel and emergency rescue evacuation in the event of an emergency.
  •         Fees for international and domestic flights other than those specified.
  •         Nepali custom duty fees for the import of expedition goods if required.
  •         Summit bonus for the personal climbing Sherpa (Starting from US$ 1800 per summit per Sherpa at the minimum).
  •         Tips for the staff at the base camp at the beginning of the climb (the minimum is US$ 300.00 for each climber in total)
  •         Other items are not mentioned in the "The Service Package Excludes" section.





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