Plan your Everest Expedition from Nepal with AlpineTrav Treks one of the best
destination remarked on World. Adventure
Height: 8,848.86 m
Location: Sagarmatha Zone, Nepal
Range: Mahalangur Himal
Rank: Highest Mountain in the World
Classification: Highest Mountain in the World
Climbing Route: Highest Mountain in the World
Everest Summit from South Side (Nepal) is an opportunity to climb up to the top of Mount Everest the highest mountain in the world with an Height of 8848.86 M. This trip would be a suitable objective for someone who has previous mountaineering experience with good standard of Mountain Equipment.
This is not only a fantastic experience in itself but could also be used as a good reconnaissance for someone with ambitions to climb to the summit of Everest at a later date going back to the Beautiful Views and Memory, climbing from the North side is a perfect opportunity to see how you perform at an extreme altitude.
Outline Itinerary of Mt. Everest-Nepal
Day 01: Arrival and Transfer
Day 02: Preparation and Briefing for Departure to Everest Region
Day 03: Kathmandu-Lukla Scenic Flight and short trek
Day 04: Phakding to Namche Bazaar Trek.
Day 05: Rest day for acclimatization
Day 06: Namche Bazaar to Tyangboche Trek
Day 07: Tyangboche to Dingboche Trek
Day 08: Dingboche to Lobuche Trek
Day 09: Rest for acclimatization at Lobuche
Day 10: Lobuche to Gorakshep Trek
Day 11: Gorakshep to Base camp Trek.
Day 12-58: Everest Summit Climbing
Day 59: Trek down from base camp via Lobuche to Dingboche
Day 60: Dingboche to Tengboche trek
Day 61: Tengboche to Namche Bazaar Trek
Day 62: Namche Bazaar to Lukla Trek.
Day 63: Fly Back to Kathmandu.
Day 64: The Leisure day and sightseeing
Day 65: Transfer for Final Departure
Note: AlpineTrav Treks and Expeditions always puts full efforts to operate the itinerary as per the negotiation made. Not always, but extreme adventure activities being operated in remote mountain regions, bears high risk and needs to be flexible. Unpredictable incidents such as bad weather conditions, natural disasters, and accidents may be the reasons that compel us to make slight changes in our scheduled programs. We anticipate for your patience and cooperation in such circumstances.