Mount Everest (8848m) is the highest mountain the world towering above 8848 meters from sea level. Mount Everest also the most awaiting peaks in the world that people dream to conquer it. Obviously, there is no other place in the world more spectacular than Mount Everest. Obviously, due to its high altitude level, it is one of the toughest mountains to climb in Nepal. Mount Everest is located between Nepal and Tibet (China). So Mount Everest can be climbed from both Nepal and Tibet (China) side. Mount Everest is highest mountain in the world and every human being dream to conquer on the top of Mount Everest. Mount Everest was climbed by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgey Sherpa in 1953 for the first time ever. Since then more than 5000 people have climbed Mount Everest so far by using both south route (Nepal) and north route (Tibet). Climbing Mount Everest from North route (Tibet) is comparatively safer and easier than south route (Nepal). Trekking Experts offer Everest Expedition from North Route (Tibet) to bring you to the top of the world.
Everest Expedition North with Trekking Experts begins six hours’ drive to Rasuwghadi-border between Nepal and Tibet. You’ll drive to Rongbuk base camp (Everest North Base Camp) through beautiful Tibetan landscape. Chinese climbers claimed Mount Everest was climbed in 1960, but there is no evidence of it. Reinhold Messner who is regarded as the greatest climber ever, he pioneered a new road on the north col/face. Messner trekked the Northwest route for three days only himself from his base camp at 6,500 meters without oxygen tanks for the first time in the history in 1980. North route is a perfect choice to make the success happen without less crowd comparing to south every year. You will do several rounds of practice climbing to acclimatize before actual climbing to the top. The literal base camp for north route will be from advance base cap which is about 20 kilometers away from Chinese base camp/Rongbuk base camp. In order to make summit you’ll do rotations between camps and will ascend gradually setting up camp I, Camp II, Camp III, Camp IV and will continue onto the North East Ridge, where you will encounter the first obstacle known as the first step. First step is rock structure about 30 meters high. From the top of the world, Mount Everest, you’ll enjoy heavenly views of all mountain ranges and clouds beneath you.
Climb the highest mountain in the world Mount Everest (8848m)
Heavenly views of mountain ranges and clouds beneath you from the top
Guide and led by experienced Everest summiteers High Altitude Climbing Guide
Climb Mount Everest from North comparatively easier and safer than south route
Experience beautiful landscapes of Tibet and Tibetan culture