Trip Grade Extreme
Duration: 21 Nights/22 Days
Max. Altitude: 8848.86M
Destination: Nepal
Region: Everest
Activity: Climbing & Expedition
Theme: Climbing Tented Camps

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Everest (8848m) Express Expedition South

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). Trekking Experts offer Everest Express Expedition from South Route (Nepal) to bring you to the top of the world within just three weeks.

 

Everest Express Expedition with Trekking Experts begins with spectacular chopper flight to Namche Bazzar (3440m). Trekking Experts offers this exclusive Everest Express Expedition which makes possible to climb Mount Everest in just three weeks of time. Generally, it takes about nine weeks time to climb Mount Everest. But many people don’t have two months and more for climbing world’s highest peak. So, Trekking Experts offers you this special edition of climbing in speed which saves your valuable time.  Spending nearly nine weeks (60+ days) of time in high altitude as preparation to accomplish goal of climbing Mount Everest was kind of hardship and time consuming. But, through this Everest Express Expedition, you’ll just spend less than three weeks in the mountain which will save your most valuable time and tolerance hardship in the mountain. This trip minimizes the high risk of illness or infections caused by spending lots of time in high altitude and very cold climate. It also saves your energy for acclimatization.
 

In order to maximize chances of success, the participants of the expedition have to sleep in a hypoxia tent at your own home for 6-8 weeks before the journey starts. For pre-acclimatization, you have to sleep in hypoxia tent at your own home which saves your time. In this case, you don’t need to spend time for acclimatization in the Himalayas, can start climbing immediately when you arrive in Nepal. You’ll be guided by our experts for using hypoxia tent while you’re at home.

Trip Highlights

Climb the highest mountain in the world Mount Everest (8848m) in just three weeks

Save your time and energy while you’re climbing Mount Everest

Pre-Acclimatization from your own home by using hypoxia tents

Two High Altitude Climbing Sherpa for every member

Unlimited Oxygen* each members

Led by experienced High Altitude Climbing Guide

Itinerary

Upon your arrival at the Tribhuvan airport Trekking Experts representative welcomes you and assists to transfer in your hotel in Kathmandu. Upon arrival at hotel, our tour manager will brief you about trekking information and other necessary information. And then you’ll free time in Kathmandu to check all the climbing gears are in order.

  • Hotel Yak & Yeti*****
  • Dinner
  • Hours Walk
  • 1310 meter

Today early morning after breakfast, you’ll be transferred to airport and you’ll take a spectacular helicopter flight to Namche Bazzar. You can enjoy the scenic views of Langtang, Jugal ranges, Rolwaling Himal, Gaurisankar and Menlumtse before getting your first glimpse of Everest. From Namche, you can view clear view of Mount Everest and other mountains like Lhotse, Amadablam, Thamserku, Kantega and many snowy peaks. Namche is one of the most popular local markets for Sherpa people. You’ll spend tonight at Namche with 3440 meters from sea level for adjust with your pre-acclimatization. In the day, you can hike little higher to Syangboche airport, Khumjung village and Khunde villages to again little higher.

  • Comfort Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Hours Walk
  • 3440 meter

After first night at Namche, today you’ll trek to Pangboche which will again around 500 meter from first night. You’ll have a gentle walk through the forest with magnificent view of mountains. The great view of the mighty peaks of Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku and Kongde peak with view of the eastern snow capped mountains. The trail leads uphill through the forested path and the hardly walk to get to Tengboche. One of the most beautiful place in the Himalaya and the first thing that comes to your eye is the big Monastery, then the large field with campsites and teahouses, lodges beneath the towering majestic beautiful peak Ama Dablam. From Tengboche, you’ll trek further to Pangboche village which is located just in front of beautiful Amadablam (6812m) .

  • Comfort Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • 6/7 Hours Walk
  • 3930 meter

After breakfast at lodge, you’ll trek further towards Everest base camp following Pheriche and Dugla on the way. You’ll have gentle ascend to Pheriche and then continue up along the broad valley bottom towards Dugla. Ahead of you, you’ll see Lobuche East (6119m), which is one of the objectives on our Khumbu Climber itinerary, and to your left is the formidable north face of Taboche, the scene of many cutting-edge Himalayan ascents of the 1980s and 1990s. After three hours you’ll reach the small collection of lodges at Dugla (4620m). You might choose to walk up to the Sherpa memorials, from where there are outstanding views of Ama Dablam, Cholatse and Taweche. From Dugla, the trail starts steeply to climb up beside the glacier moraine. After a few hours the track eventually leads to a small cluster of tea houses pleasantly situated at Lobuche (4940m).

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • 6/7 Hours Walk
  • 4910 meter

Once you’re at Lobuche, you’re already at high altitude place. You’ll spend whole day at Lobuche in order to digest high altitude in real ground. Today you can hike further to stretch your legs and again some altitude. Also you can separate your climbing gears for Everest and Lobuche because you’ll be climbing Lobuche Peak (6119m) as preparation and climbing practice. You’ll have knowledge of using climbing gears and climbing skills. You’ll be guided to use and climbing by our experienced climbing Sherpa guides.

  • Lodge
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Hours Walk
  • 4910 meter

After breakfast at lodge, you’ll pack up your gears for Lobuche and will head towards Lobuche Peak towards southwest from Lobuche. Our climbing guides will set up high camp at around 5250 meters from sea level. And prepare for next days’ summit push.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • 6/7 Hours Walk
  • 5250 meter

After early morning breakfast at camp, today you will summit the Lobuche East Peak with the guidelines of your climbing guide. You will slowly climb the steep ascending trail crossing paths that require technical guidelines. Your guide will help you with the use of trekking gears. On summiting the peak, you will be rewarded with the mesmerizing views of the mountains like Mt. Everest (8848 m), Lhotse (8516m), Mt. Ama Dablam (6812m), Mt. Makalu (8463m) in the far distance. After spending some time there you will descend back to the base camp and then to Lobuche.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • 8/9 Hours Walk
  • 4910 meter

After breakfast at lodge, you’ll trek to Everest Base Camp today. You’ll leave Lobuche and eventually cross the moraine of the great Khumbu Glacier to reach Everest Base Camp (5364 m), which lies beneath the sweeping ridges of Mt. Everest and Mt. Nuptse. For your convenience, our expedition team will have already set up camps at the base camp. Upon arrival at base camp, you’ll meet your High Altitude Climbing Sherpa guides and will explain about following days planning for climbing.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • 5/6 Hours Walk
  • 5364 meter

From day onwards, we have estimated about 10 days for climbing. During these days you’ll ascend to higher camps Camp II, Camp III and Camp IV. Since you’ll quite late then other climbers there, ladders in Khumbu Icefall and rope in the route will be already places. Depending on weather report, you’ll ascent up to summit and back to base camp. Tentative program during climbing period will be as follows: Day 09: Base Camp Set Up/Pooja Ceremony After spending first night at Base Camp, today you’ll start your daily routine of climbing period. Your climbing guide/High Altitude Sherpa will brief you about your next day’s schedule for attempts to Camp I, training at Icefall. Today we’ll set up base camp and conduct a Pooja Ceremony (worship/pray) for good luck of climbing. Day 10: Base Camp- Camp I (alt. 6400m) Today, after consulting with weather experts/reports, you’ll ascent to Camp I. Camp I is situated at a rather flat area where you will spend one night for acclimatization. Camp I have a deep fissure below and surrounded by mountain walls; glacial areas through which you will trek to reach Camp II. The crevasses beneath you, on one hand creates a deep murmuring sound especially audible at the night time but on the other hand, the mountain walls provide a warm sensation because of the sun’s reflection on the walls. Camp I is also an intermediate camp until Camp II is established. Day 11/12: Camp I -Camp II (alt. 6800m) Today, you’ll move further up to Camp II (6800m). Camp II is located at the base of the icy Mount Lhotse. It is a safe place indeed but sometimes the dark clouds from the lower Himalayan valleys create a not so favorable weather. It will be your bases before making summit. After communicating with base camp team and weather report, you’ll spend one extra at camp II before heading towards camp III. Day 13: Camp II -Camp III (alt. 7000m) Depending on weather report, your climbing guide will decide to move further to Camp III (7000m). From camp III, you’ll move further to Camp IV for summit push. From Camp III, oxygen will be used as air will thinner onwards. Camp III is adjoined to Mount Lhotse’s wall. Day 14/18: Camp III- Camp IV-Summit Everest (8848m)- Camp IV/III From Camp III, your target is to make summit of Mount Everest (8848m). First you’ll ascend to Camp IV (8400m) and rest there couple of hours and then make push for summit. Depending on the weather and physical condition of participants, your climbing guide will plan for summit. You’ll climb the Mount Lhotse’s wall by using fixed ropes and equipment to reach Camp IV (8400m). Camp IV is the last major camp before climbers make their summit push. It is the first perilous night of an adrenaline packed adventure. From this point, the Everest is about 500m away, but this is also the final and most dangerous part of the climbing. From Camp IV, climbers hike to The Balcony, at 8450 meter. It provides a podium where climbers can rest. Mountaineers then proceed to The Cornice Traverse, and finally onto The Hillary Step where only one climber can ascend or descend at a time. It is at this point, the lack of oxygen and extremely cold temperature clouds a climbers' reflex, judgment, decision skills making the Hillary Step one of the most challenging elements of the climb. On the summit day, you will start early morning and attempt to reach the summit before midday. Near the top of the world, you will observe examination and scientific equipment’s, prayer flags, and mementoes left by climbers. From the top you will see a breath-taking view of the majestic Himalayas beneath you. On top you’ll spend sometimes to capture breath-taking views beneath you and enjoying some beautiful moments, you’ll descend to camp IV through the same route. And then if time permits descend to camp III. Day 19/20: Camp III- Base Camp (alt. 5364m) After final summit, you’ll back to Base camp.

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Hours Walk
  • meter

After successful summit of world’s highest peak Mount Everest, you’ll fly to Kathmandu by helicopter. You entire climbing crew will return later as they have to take out all the gears, equipments from Camp IV to base camp.

  • Hotel Yak & Yeti*****
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Hours Walk
  • 1310 meter

  • Breakfast
  • Hours Walk
  • meter

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What’s Included

3 nights in Kathmandu at Hotel Yak & Yeti***** or similar five star hotel on twin sharing basis on half board basis (breakfast and dinner) 5 nights in comfort lodges during the trek till Everest Base Camp on twin sharing basis on with full board basis (breakfast, lunch and dinner) 12 nights at Everest Base Camp in tented camps on single tent with full board basis (breakfast, lunch and dinner) Farewell Dinner in Kathmandu at the end of the trip with typical Nepalese food

All airport/hotel/airport transfers by private air-conditioned vehicle Kathmandu-Namche by helicopter flight Everest Base Camp-Kathmandu by helicopter flight 60 kg baggage per person for trek

Everest National Park Fee Everest Expedition Permit Fee Garbage Deposit Fee Human Waste/Kitchen Waste Fee Icefall Route Charge Rope Fixing Charge Insurance for guide in order to obtain permit 1 Government Laison Officer with his/her insurance, food allowance and flights

1 English speaking experienced trekking guide 1 expedition cooks and required kitchen helpers at base camp 2 porters for every member to carry personal baggage All required porters to carry camping equipment, food, fuel and climbing gears for Lukla-base camp and base camp to Lukla

2 professional high altitudes climbing Sherpa for every member (2:1 ratio) with his daily wages, climbing equipment and carry bonus charges

Support for airport pick up, drop and farewell dinner Support for tented camp, food and porters’ services for Base Camp All required insurance for entire trekking and climbing crew Support for transfer of cargos

1 sleeping tent for every member 1 Foam mattress for every member Dining Tents and kitchen tent Store Tents Required toilet tents Required Shower tents Required tables and chairs Required kitchen utensils with fuel Solar light for lighting purpose only 2 pairs of walki-talkies 1 Satellite Phone (rental) Comprehensive First Aid Kit 1 Gamov Bag Spare Oxygen and Mask & Regulator at Base Camp (pay only if used) All drinks (soft drinks, water and 2 types of alcoholic beverages) Free Internet (Wi-Fi locally available) at base camp

2-men high altitude sleeping tent for sharing basis Required Coffel Set and Gas burner/Epi Stoves High Altitude food for both Sherpas and members Climbing Gear in the mountains such as fixed rope, main rope, snow bars, snow shovel, carabiners etc. Cooking set in the mountain such as Epi gases, gas burner, cooking pots etc for members and sherpas 12 Oxygen Bottle for every member (4 ltr) 6 Oxygen Bottle for every HA Sherpa (4 ltr) < 1 set mask & Regulator for every member 1 set mask & Regulator for every HA Sherpa

What’s Not Included

All personal expenses like alcoholic beverages, bottled drinks, telephone calls, laundry services Medical and travel insurances International airfare and taxes Nepal Visa fees Additional High-Altitude Sherpa if required (2:1 HA Sherpa is included) Summit Bonus and Non-summit bonus for all HA Sherpas Additional Oxygen if required Cost for second attempt if first is failed Emergency helicopter rescue charges Main meals in Kathmandu (lunch and dinner) Tips for trekking/climbing crew

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