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Mt. Everest – North Col Route

Mt. Everest – North Col Route

$35000 per person

Mount Everest, rising 8,850m (29,035ft) above sea level reigns as the highest mountain on Earth. It is through the North Ridge Route that the first of the expeditions to scale this majestic mountain were made and a lot of history has been etched on the slopes of this mountain facing the Tibetan plateau. From George Mallory’s intrepid explorations in the start of the 20th century to Poorna Malvath’s youngest climb in 2014, The North Side of Everest has stood as a witness to a lot of exciting stories. Today, the drive up to the North side Base Camp throught the breath taking landscape of Tibet is an unforgettable experience.

    Day-1
    Arrive Kathmandu, Nepal and briefing by Leader / BC Manager
    Day-2Kathmandu local sightseeing & Preparations.
    Day-3Documentation and purchase of personal equipment and last minute arrangements
    Day-4Fly from Kathmandu Airport to Lhasa
    Day-5Acclimatization at Lhasa – local sightseeing
    Day-6Acclimatization hike at Lhasa
    Day-7Drive to Gyantse (3950m)
    Day-8Drive to Sigatse (3880m).
    Day-9Drive to Tingri (4300m)
    Day-10Acclimatization hike at Tingri
    Day-11Drive to Mt Everest North Base Camp (BC) (5,100m)
    Day-12 to 15Acclimatization and packing
    Day-16Trek to Interim camp (IC) (6,200m)
    Day-17 to 20Arrive at Advance Base Camp (ABC) (6500m) Setup ABC and Puja Ceremony
    Day-21 to 23Climb up to Camp -1, establish camp-1 and back to ABC
    Day-24 to 25Rest in ABC
    Day-26 to 27Climb up to Camp -2, establish camp – 2 and back to ABC
    Day-28 to 49Establish camp – 3 and summit. (Spare days for weather, route opening and rest at Base Camp/ABC before summit push)
    Day-50Return to Advance base camp (ABC)
    Day-51Return to base camp (BC)
    Day-52Disassemble BC
    Day-53Drive to Sigatse
    Day-54Drive to Lhasa
    Day-55 to 57Fly to Kathmandu, Free day
    Day-58Depart for Home

    Cost Includes

    Complete pre-departure information, documentation and preparations support.
    All arrival and departure transfer services to and from Kathmandu Airport.
    6 Nights accommodation in Star hotels at Kathmandu on BB basis.
    One full day Kathmandu local sightseeing.
    Mt. Everest Peak Royalty and Peak registration fee.
    Group Chinese VISA.
    Chinese Liaison Officer and Interpreter
    Private transport from KTM to Mt. Everest Base Camp with group.
    Full board accommodation en-route Mt. Everest Base Camp.
    One experienced mountain guide as expedition manager at Base camp.
    Truck to carry load and Food till Base camp.
    Personal Baggage transfer to & from Base Camp to Advance Base Camp and back by Yaks.
    Ozark tents at Base Camp and Advance Base Camp on Single or Twin sharing basis as per client requirement.
    Hygienic and appropriate food for members, climbing Sherpas and crew at base camp and Advance Base Camp.
    Best quality high altitude food and tents for high camps (Camp 1, 2 & 3).
    Permanent setup of camp at Crampon point, which is between Advance Base Camp and Camp 1.
    Required group equipment for trekking and camping.
    A personal Sherpa for each client, who has participated in numerous 8000m expeditions and who has summited Mt.Everest atleast once.
    Separate Dinning tent for team in Base camp.
    Portable toilet and Shower at Advance Base camp
    Heater for Base Camp dining tent
    Generator / Solar Panel for Power back up and Battery charge at Advance Base Camp.
    All wages, equipments, medical and accidental Insurances for all involved staff in expedition.
    One Medic with high altitude experience will be accompanying the team always and will be stationed at ABC/BC.
    First Aid, medical kits and Gamow bag for the Group and the staff.
    Satellite phone with permit carried by Guide for communication and Emergency purpose (call charges will be payable by used client).
    Radio walkie-talkie set to each client with base station & permit cost.
    Required group equipment and hardware for climbing.
    Required EPI Gas cartridge and Stoves for high camps with packet food
    6 (Six) Oxygen Bottles (4kg) with mask and regulators per client.
    4 (Four) Oxygen Bottles (4kg) with mask and regulators per Sherpa.
    Climbing Sherpa's tents, food, Equipment allowance, wages and insurance.
    Sleeping bag, Duffel Bag and Feather jacket for Base Camp and Advance Base Camp (returnable basis).
    Expedition Puja ceremony at Base Camp and Blessing Puja at Kathmandu.
    Farewell Dinner in Kathmandu
    Personal risk insurance.
     

    Cost Excludes

    Lunch & Dinner during stay in Kathmandu.
    Expenses incurred towards usage of landlines, mobiles and satellite phone.
    Personal gear, clothing and equipment (Approx US$5000 per person).
    Any other item not included in “COST INCLUDES” section.