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Climbing the Highest mountain in the world


  • Standing on Mt. Everest, the highest point on earth
  • Trekking through Everest National Park, a world heritage site
  • Visiting Namche, Thyanboche, Kalapathar
  • Sherpa culture and hospitality

From Nepal side, the popular routes followed by climbers to reach the top are South Col route, Southwest and Northeast Ridge.  The first two routes will involve crossing South Summit and the famous Hillary Step.

At 8850m, Everest is the highest mountain on earth straddling the border between Nepal and China (Tibet). Called Chomolungma (Mother Goddess of the Universe) by Tibetans and Sagarmatha by Nepalese, today Everest is part of Sagarmatha (Chomolungma) National Park, which is home to Sherpa people and impressive ecological biodiversity. The Everest region has long been enlisted as a world heritage site.

After decades of failed attempts to conquer it starting in the 1920s, Everest was successfully climbed by New Zealander Edmund Hillary and Nepali Tenzing Norgay Sherpa in 1953. Ever since Everest, occasionally known as the 'Third Pole', attracts hundreds of climbers every season. 

From Nepal side, the popular routes followed by climbers to reach the top are South Col route, Southwest and Northeast Ridge.  The first two routes will involve crossing South Summit and the famous Hillary Step. As compared to other eight-thousanders, Everest is technically less challenging however it is not without its share of difficulties. The notorious 'death zone', located at 7620m, in particular, is where mountaineers often have to struggle with oxygen deprivation due to thin air. Avalanches, sudden snowstorms, crevasses, extreme cold temperature, blizzards are some of the other risks of climbing Everest. Everest expedition is strictly regulated from both Nepali and Chinese side making it mandatory for climbers to get necessary permits. 

The popular South Col route first opened by Tenzing and Hillary advances through the Khumbu Icefall setting up four camps before the summit launch. The base camp is located in Khumbu Glacier at 5500m. Great team coordination is required in fixing ropes, ladders and rappel lines, especially in the icefall section. As you move higher through Khumbu Glacier you will pass the western cwm where one has to cross deep crevasses and seracs. Beyond Camp III, you will have to straddle the Lhotse face before coming onto Geneva Spur. Camp IV will be installed at around 8016m just below the famous Hillary Step. Attempts for the summit are made in the early morning hours so as to be on the summit before midday. 

Throughout the expedition, climbers will need to have strong ice and snow climbing skills as well as strong focus and determination.  Our strong team of Sherpa guides and climbers will assist you every step to the summit. Adventure Thirdpole Treks organizes all the logistics and preparation for the Everest expedition including obtaining necessary climbing permits from concerned government agencies. 

What you'll need

Includes excludes


  • All land transportation: Airport /Hotel/Airport, trekking, expedition pick up & drop.
  • Accommodation in Kathmandu on bed & breakfast plan as per given itinerary.
  • Transport as per itinerary for members, staff and Liaison Officer.
  • Transportation of all food and climbing equipments to base camp and back.
  • Peak permit fee.
  • Full board basis during the trekking.
  • All kitchen equipments; kitchen tent, dining tent, toilet tent, shower tent, chairs and tables at the base camp.
  • Cook and Kitchen boys at the base camp.
  • Base camp tents for members and staff.
  • Per Person 50 KG. Equipment’s luggage / barrels allowed till to Base Camp.
  • Equipment allowance, wages and insurance for base camp staff and Liaison Officer.
  • National Park Conservation Fee.
  • Air fare: KTM/Lukla/ KTM & domestic airport tax with Cargo fees.
  • Satellite phone (Pay calls).
  • Visa extension.
  • Emergency Oxygen -Mask and regulator.
  • Agency service charges.


  • Lunch and dinner during your stay in Kathmandu.
  • Airfare from / to your country.
  • Nepal entry visa fee. (Can be obtained at the airport upon arrival).
  • Service above Base Camp.
  • Drinks except tea and coffee.
  • Personal climbing gear and equipment above base camp.
  • Walki -Takie permit & Satellite phone permit.
  • Climbing Guide (Sherpa).
  • Oxygen & Mask -regulator for climbing.
  • Personal insurance such as travel, accident, medical and emergency evacuation.
  • Nepal custom duty for import of expedition goods arriving to Nepal by air or road.
  • Expenses of personal nature such as drinks, laundry, postage, telephone, etc.
  • International airport departure tax & tourist tax.
  • Tips and climbing bonus.
  • Garbage deposit US $ 3000.00 for a team. After expedition deposit will be refundable.
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    Quick facts
    • Elevation: :
      29,029 ft/ 8, 848 meters
    • Location::
      Khumbu region of Nepal
    • Latitude::
      27° 59′ 17″N
    • Longitude::
      86° 55′ 31″E
    • Best season for climbing::
      Spring & Autumn
    • Year First Climbed: :
      29 May 1953
    • First Climber(s)::
      Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay
    • Convenient Center(s)::
    • Entry / Exit: :
      Lukla (Khumbu Region)
    • Nearest Major Airport: :
      Kathmandu (minor: Lukla)
    • Easiest Summit Route: :
      South East Ridge
    • Itinerary type: :
      Fixed / Customized
    • Accommodations: :
      Lodge / Camping
    • Trek grade: :
    • Total days::
      A: 60 days, B: 70 days
    • Total royalty: :
      US$ 2,000 up to 7 members & additional each US$ 300
    • Garbage deposit::
      US$ 3000 refundable
    • Air rescue deposit: :
      US$ 2000.00 for a group (Refundable if not used)
    • Air fare: :
      Current fare applicable if required
    • Liaison Officer Charge: :
      Depending on the size of group
    • Climbing Guide fee: :
      Depending on the size of group
    • For detailed program and price: :
    Tough and Technical: Tough and Technical
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