Everest Expedition North Ridge Tibet
Duration: 42 Nights / 43 Days
Altitude: 8,848m
Location: Tibet

The Everest Expedition North Ridge Tibet is quite wide, with small steps and little height gain until the First Step. The First Step is a short rock buttress, which will have fixed ropes. Above here the climbing is more exposed but again without much height gain until the Second Step. The Second Step is across a series of small ledges which are sometimes snow covered, then around a large boulder and up the famous ladder. Again, all of this section will be fixed with rope. Above this step there is relatively gentle mixed ground until what is called the Third Step. Although not as serious as the previous steps, there is fixed rope to the col before the final summit snow slopes. These can be quite steep often with deep snow, so again we have fixed rope to the summit rock buttress from where there is a short section of corniced ridge to the summit.

Guide Pemba set up Advanced Everest base camp at 6400 meter which is our base station for the summit push and acclimation climbing training. Like in base camp each members have personal private tent. Dining tent with comfortable chair and table, heated, carpeted and lit by solar electricity give you required comfort on your stay there. We have full-time kitchen crew throughout the duration of the Everest Expedition North Ridge Tibet. Everest Expedition cook have long experienced and trained in food preparation and strict hygiene standards who prepare varied and nutritious western and Nepali meals.

Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu / hotel accommodation
Day 02-03: In Kathmandu for official formalities and expedition preparation.
Day 04: Fly Kathmandu to Lhasa. Stay at hotel
Day 05: Free day in Lhasa. Stay at hotel
Day 06: Drive Lhasa 3650– Gyantse 3950m. Stay at guest house
Day 07: Drive Gyantse 3950m–Xigatse 3900m. stay at guest house
Day 08: Drive Xigatse – Xegar 4350m/ guest house
Day 09: Drive Xegar – Base Camp 5200m. Stay at tented camp
Day 10: Trek to Advanced Base Camp of Everest at 6500m
Day 11-15: Rest day at Advanced Base Camp of Everest at 6500m.
Day 15- 35: Tibet north side Everest expedition climbing Period.
Day 36: Climb back to ABC
Day 37: Trek back to Base Camp.
Day 38: Clean up the Base Camp.
Day 39: Drive from Base Camp to Xigatse. Stay at hotel
Day 40: Drive Xigatse to Lhasa / stay at hotel
Day 41: Fly back to Kathmandu / stay at hotel
Day 42: Free day in Kathmandu
Day 43: Airport transfer for return flight.
  • International Arrival/Departure Transfers
  • Eco-friendly hotel in Kathmandu (total 4 nights, twin sharing, BB)
  • Kathmandu - Lhasa - Kathmandu Flight
  • Private transportation to/from Tibet border
  • Tibet Travel Permit, Expedition
  • Permits & other entrance fees
  • Transportation in Tibet by private land cruiser (1 for every 4 people)
  • Support Truck to transport luggage, equipment and expedition logistics
  • Liaison Officer and Interpreter
  • Accommodation on lodges/hotels as mentioned (twin sharing, full board)
  • Sightseeing tours, entrance fees at monuments, guide
  • World class camping equipment (HA tents, inner sheet, table, chairs etc)
  • Kitchen and Dinning equipment, Eating utensils
  • 3 Yaks for each member on way up, 2 Yaks on way down [1 'yak load' means 40kg in spring and 50kg in autumn]
  • Full staff support up to the Advance BC
  • Daily meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) while staying at ABC and lower camps
  • Insurance of support staff
  • Basic First Aid Supply for support staff
  • Portable Altitude Chamber (PAC)
  • Satellite mobile telephone (pay call)
  • Petrol Generator
  • Solar Panel
  • International flight fares
  • International airport departure tax
  • Nepal entry visa fee (See Trip Note for Details)
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Single supplement during entire trip
  • Note: Additional cost applies for single supplement
  • Personal specific high altitude climbing food
  • Personal climbing gears–clothing, sleeping bags, climbing equipment. Please click ‘equipment check list’
  • Personal Travel/Medical/Accident/Emergency evacuation insurance
  • International cargo custom clearance fee
  • Alcoholic beverage & bottle drinks
  • Climbing Sherpa summit bonus
  • Personal Satellite phone permit
  • Filming & Videography
  • Extra personal expenses
  • Climbing Sherpa bonus
  • Tips for Nepali staff
  • All expenses incurred in the event of early departure (evacuation fee, transport, extra hotel night, food etc.)
  • If scheduled flight gets cancelled due to bad weather from Lukla to Kathmandu on return. In such situation, we need to send chartered helicopter which costs US $ 450 per person. Helicopter cost has to be borne by the clients to get outbound flight on scheduled time.
  • Any changes incurred as a result of delay beyond the control of ‘Guide Pemba’
  • Personal communication (phone, fax, e-mail, internet between Nepal and your home country)
  • Medical evacuation insurance policy is mandatory
  • Any other services not specified in the ‘Cost Includes’

USD 3850 - For Minimum 3 Climber.

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