At 8,848 meters / 29,029 feet, Mount Everest is the tallest mountain in the world, the last dream of every climber. Climbing Mt. Everest is undoubtedly an adventure and every adventure seeker wants to be a part of the rich history of climbing in Mt. Everest, but the journey to the summit of Mt. Everest is not without challenges. With decades of experience guiding groups to the summit of Mount Everest, we have successfully made many people’s dreams come true.
The Mount Everest climbing itinerary is designed with experience, planning and meticulously designed to allow maximum days for the approach, and the highest level of service with a strong team of guides. We offer campaigns with security priority and service paramount. We provide additional oxygen support and comfortable logistics at Base Camp and Camp 2. We follow the standard trekking route to Namchebazar, Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorakshep and finally to Everest Base Camp followed by Everest Base Camp. You arrive at base camp, settle down and get organized as we prepare for the actual ascent.
Pre-training sessions / climbing courses will be conducted at the base camp, Ice Serac, Lower Khumbu Glacier, to check climbers’ equipment and review climbing and rescue techniques. You will also climb Lobuche East as part of your adaptation ascent, instead of frequently visiting the Khumbu Icefall.
Lobuche is one of the most exciting 6000 meter trekking peaks in the East Everest region. Lobuche East Climb serves as the perfect training base for Everest climbers and you will climb the Lobuche East wearing your high heel shoes and equipment to make you feel comfortable. This peak not only provides an attractive diversion but also provides an excellent part of the adaptation process while allowing the members to refresh and update the skill of Mount Everest before ascending.
After the ascent, we go to the base camp and according to the Tibetan calendar, we will hold a traditional sherpa style (pooja,) seeking blessings for a successful ascent of Mount Everest.
Our second adaptation phase begins with a tour of the high camps leading to the infamous Khumbu Icefall. Four camps will be set up above the base camp. We will be preparing Camp 1(5,900m/19,500ft) at the top of the Icefall, Camp 2 (6,400m/21,000ft)west, which will be our advanced base camp. We will set up Camp 3 (7,300m/ 23,700ft) at the top of the perimeter of Lhotse Face. Camp 4 (7,900m/ 25,912ft) will be the last camp before the summit. Camp 4 will be located in South Cole.
Your campaign leader will give you the best advice according to your situation. Generally, our customization program includes overnight tagging at Camp 2 and tagging Lhotse Face / Camp 3. After this, we relax and recover at the base camp waiting for the weather window for the summit effort. Oxygen cylinder will be used after Camp 3 for easy ascent. We provide 8 bottles of oxygen to each climber for maximum flow. From Camp 4, following the Southeast Ridge, we will take it to the South Peak from where we will proceed towards the Hillary Step before ascending to the summit.
First Acclimatization Schedule
Climb Lobuche East Peak (6,119m/20,075ft)
Second Acclimatization for Everest Summit
– Ascent to Camp 1 (5,900m/19,500ft)
– Ascent to Camp 2 (6,400m/21,000ft)
– Rest at Camp 2 (6,400m/21,000ft)
– Ascent Touch Camp 3 (7,300m/23,700ft) sleep at Camp 2 (6,400m/21,000ft)
– Descent to base camp (5,364m/17,559ft)
Pushing for the Summit (Weather most permitting,)
– Ascent to Camp 2 (6,400m/21,000ft)
– Ascent to Camp 3 with the use of oxygen (7,300m/23,700ft)
– Ascent to Camp 4 South Col use of oxygen (7,900m/25,912ft)
– Ascent to Summit (8,848.86m/29,029ft) and descent to Camp 4 using of oxygen,
– Descent to Camp 2 (6,400m/21,000ft)
– Descent to Base Camp (5,364m/17,559ft)
For the past 16 years, the leaders of this enterprise have been successfully organizing high-altitude campaigns, ensuring safety first service. The success of any campaign depends largely on a well-planned itinerary and excellent logistics, and this is what we offer. We are committed to making travel safe and successful with quality of service.
Our emphasis is always on maintaining small groups to make it easier to coordinate and co-operate with each other. You will be guided by highly professional mountain and they are one of the best in the area and have many times successfully climbed Mt. Everest. Our guides, sherpas and support staff bring decades of successful peaks to the table, and our ascent strategy reflects this.
Each year, we offer fully guided campaigns in support of the legendary Sherpas. At the peak and customer ratio and 1 to 4 leader customer ratio demonstrate our commitment to providing safe climbing strategies.
Compared to the facilities we provide to the clients, you will or can enquiry that Mount Everest cost is very reasonable. We have no hidden charges. This is the last payment you made initially. We are dedicated to providing the highest level of professionalism throughout the expedition, taking full care of all the logistics required for to Everest ascent.
Your safety is a must when travelling with Himalayanrandonner. Please note that your leader / guide has the right to modify or cancel any part of the itinerary if deemed necessary due to your safety concerns. Every effort will be made to include the above in the travel schedule. However, since this adventure travels to remote mountainous areas, we cannot guarantee that we will not be distracted by it. The weather or health conditions of the group members, unforeseen natural calamities, etc. can all contribute to the change in the itinerary. The trek and climb leader / guide will try to make sure the trip goes according to plan, but be flexible if necessary.
Day 01: Arrival from Kathmandu international airport to Hotel 1,350m/4,430ft, Overnight Hotel with BB,
Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, Nepal. Upon completing the visa formalities and collecting your luggage in the airport, kindly proceed to the exit of the arrival hall. We will await you just outside the arrival hall and will escort you to your hotel in Kathmandu. Please look out for a placard of Himalayanradonner at the exit of arrival exit. Once you have refreshed, your leader will brief you about your trip in the lobby of your hotel in the evening. Get familiar with your surroundings by taking a walk down the street.
Day 02-03: Rest In Kathmandu for official formalities and preparations, Elevation1,350m/4,430ft,
Day 04: Flight to Lukla and Trek to Phakding, Elevation: 2,600m/8,531ft,
Day 05: Walk to Namche Bazaar, Elevation: 3,450m/11,319ft,
Day 06: Relaxation and Acclimatization in Namche, Elevation: 3,450m/11,319ft,
Day 07: Trek to Dengboche/Diboche, Elevation: 3720 m/12,205ft,
Day 08: Trek to Dingboche, Elevation: 4,412m/14,475ft,
Day 09: rest in Dingboche, Elevation: 4,412m/14,475ft,
Day 10: Trek to Lobuche, Elevation: 4,910m/16,109ft
Day 11: Rest in Lobuche, Elevation: 4,910m/16,109ft,
Day 12-14: attempt to climb Lobuche east for acclimatize, Elevation: 6119m/20,070ft,
Day 15: Trek to Gorepshe, Elevation: 5,140m/16,864ft,
Day 16: Trek to Everest Base Camp, Elevation: 5,364m/17,559ft,
Day 17-21: Organizing in the base camp and conducting the pooja, Elevation: 5,364m/17,559ft,
Day 22-54: Attempt to ascend Mount Everest, Elevation: 8848m,
Day 55-57: Trek to Lukla, Elevation: 2,800m/9187ft,
Day 58: by flight return to Kathmandu, Elevation: 1,350m, Overnight Same hotel with BB,
Day 59: Rest in Kathmandu, Overnight same hotel, with BB,
Day 60: Departure from International airport back home
>Mount Everest royalty fee (USD 11,000)
>Root fixing (SPCC and EOA) fees
>Garbage collection and management fee
>Campaign Liaison Officer Salary and Fees
>For Nepali UIAGM/IFMGA Campaign Head 4 and above climbers
>1-1 Sherpa Guide (Mount Everest) and Climber Ratio
>Service of Campaign Manager at Everest Base Camp
>11 bottles of Oxygen (8 for you and 3 for your Sherpa) using the >latest masks and regulators.
>Skill Training Clinic at Everest Base Camp
>Climb Lobuche peak for convenience with 1-3 guide in customer
>Freshly prepared food (B, L, D) by our chef at Everest Base Camp
>wide variety of nutritious high altitude mountain foods for high campers
>Individual box tent, food tent, kitchen tent, toilet tent and other logistics
>Heaters, generators, showers and more for your comfort at base camp
>High altitude tent for high camps above base camp (north face VE25 or similar)
>Stay 5 nights in a five star hotel in Kathmandu.
>All food (B, L, D) and accommodation during the trek
>Satellite communication system in base camp but nominal fee for use
>Radio set for communication between camps
>Domestic airfare with 60kg baggage cargo
>Staff salaries, helicopter allowances and medical insurance
>General climbing equipment (rope, ice screw, snow bar etc.)
>Weather report for the entire campaign period
>Emergency medical supplies with a 24/7 on-call doctor throughout the campaign period.
>Portrait of 60kg luggage for each member (Lukla-base camp-Lukla)
>2 waterproof duffel bags
>Everest summit certificate from Nepal Tourism Department
>Lunch/Dinner stay in Kathmandu
>Customizable for carrying any travel luggage
>Nepal visa fee
>Personal clothing and climbing equipment
>Peak Bonus (USD 1500)
>Grants for employees
>Extra oxygen in addition to the 11 bottles provided
Furthermore, if you need help to manage plans for this Expedition, kindly keep in touch with Himalayanrandoner, we will support you.
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