NORTH EVEREST EXPEDITION

  1. There is probably no other country in the world that arouses as much curiosity as this vast expanse of myth and religion known to the world as Tibet. Steeped deep in religious mysticism and ancient practices.

    In Tibet each mountain has its own story and each story is the quintessence of fortitude and steadfastness, a quality that the denizens of the land hold most precious. Share these immortal moments with the mountains and its people.

    Everest in Tibet straddles the east section of the Nepal/Tibet border, with its northern side lying in the Tingri Country. Before 1949 all approaches had to be made from Tibet as Nepal was closed. Once the latter opened its doors that of the former were shut. It was only in 1980 that Tibet was reopened for expeditions and with that a whole new world of exciting opportunities unfolded.

    Since the earliest Himalayan expeditions the North Ridge has represented staggering achievement. It was this side of the mountain that the pioneering British expeditions of the early 1900's had come. Reinhold Messner had this to say. "......the north side of Everest was to me one of the most historic and interesting places of all".

    The route is complex and difficult and the summit day long and tiring but the allure of climbing the Everest from the Tibet side is always

    Base camp is established at Rongbuk glacier at 5180m though the real climbing starts at camp 1 at an elevation of 7000m.

  2. ITINERARY

    Best Season: March/April/May7

  3. Day 1: Kathmandu to jangmu
    Day 2: jangmu to Nelam
    Day 3: Nelam (rest)
    Day 4: Nelam to Thingri
    Day 5: Thingri (rest)
    Day 6: Thingri to Base camp
    Day 7: Base camp (rest)
    Day 8: Base camp (rest)
    Day 9: Base camp (rest)
    Day 10: Base camp (rest)
    Day 11: Base camp to Chhanje BC
    Day 12: Chhanje BC to ABC and back Chhanje BC
    Day 13: Chhanje BC to ABC
    Day 14: ABC (rest)
    Day 15: ABC (rest)
    Day 16: ABC (rest)
    Day 17: ABC to Base camp
    Day 18: Base camp (rest)
    Day 19: Base camp (rest)
    Day 20: Base camp (rest)
    Day 21: Base Camp to Chhanje BC
    Day 22: Chhanje BC to ABC
    Day 23: ABC (rest)
    Day 24: ABC (rest)
    Day 25: ABC to C1(north cole) and back ABC
    Day 26: ABC (rest)
    Day 27: ABC to North cole(C1)
    Day 28: C1 to C2 and back ABC
    Day 29: ABC (rest)
    Day 30: ABC (rest)
    Day 31: ABC to North cole(C1)
    Day 32: C1 to C2
    Day 33: C2 to ABC
    Day 34: ABC to Base camp
    Day 35: Base cam (rest)
    Day 36: Base cam (rest)
    Day 37: Base cam (rest)
    Day 38: Base cam (rest)
    Day 39: Base camp to Chyanji BC
    Day 40: Chhanje BC to ABC
    Day 41: ABC (rest)
    Day 42: ABC (rest)
    Day 43: ABC to North cole (C1)
    Day 44: C1 to C2
    Day 45: C2 to C3
    Day 46: C3 to summit (if good weather)
    Day 47: if weather was not good we will attempt on 17 ( to summit and back C3)
    Day 48: C3 to north cole
    Day 49: North cole to ABC
    Day 50: ABC (rest)
    Day 51: ABC to Base camp
    Day 52: Base camp( rest)
    Day 53: Base camp to Thingri
    Day 54: Thingri to Jangmu
    Day 55: Jangmu to kathmandu
    Day 56: departure from Ktm.
  4. The price offers following facilities:
    • peak permit
      liaison officer fees
      hotel charge at Katmandu
      arrival and departure( transport)
      transportation service from Katmandu to Jammu
      transportation service from Jangmu to Katmandu
      lodging and fooding from Jangmu to Base camp
      land cruiser (Jangmu to Base Camp and Base camp- Jangmu)
      base camp food
      transportation by yak from BC to ABC and ABC- BC
      base camp tent
      high camp tent
      kitchen tent and dining tent,
      kitchen equipment
      fixed rope and snow bar, ice crew, rock python
      sherpas ( one for each members)
      7 oxygen bottles per each member and regulator mask one set too.
      4 oxygen bottles per each sherpa and regulator mask one set too.
      cook and cook boy(helpers)
      Epi gas and gas stove
      High altitude cooking pots
  5. Cost does not include:
    • Personal equipment & Insurance,
      Alcoholic beverages, Nepal visa fee
      Airport taxes for International
      Emergency rescue evacuation if required,
      Personal nature expenses.
      Extra night Hotel in Kathmandu