Fully guided expedition to the world’s highest mountain
Everest [8,848m/29,029ft] Being the highest mountain in the world is the ultimate dream of every climber. Climbing Mount Everest is undoubtedly the ultimate mountaineering adventure and every adventure seeker wants to be a part of the rich history of climbing Mount Everest but the journey to the summit of Mount Everest is not without its challenges. With the experience of guiding groups to the summit of Mt. Everest, we have successfully made many people’s dreams come true.
Everest Expedition (Climbing Special)
— 1:1 Sherpa guide to client ratio
— Expedition Manager/Sirdar
— Maximum oxygen flow 11 bottles (8 for you and 3 for your Sherpa)
— Premier climbing experience on Mount Everest
— A cohesive team of climbers
— Ascent of Lobuche Peak for acclimatization
— Guided by some of the best guides and experienced Sherpa team.
Our Everest climbing itineraries are designed with experience, planning and careful attention to allow maximum days for the approach, the highest level of service and a strong team of guides. We offer campaigns with safety priority and service paramount. We provide additional oxygen support and comfortable logistics at Base Camp and Camp 2. Such: We follow the standard trekking route to Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorkshep and finally Everest Base Camp. Upon arrival at base camp, settle in and get organized as we prepare for the actual climb.
A pre-training session/climbing course will be conducted at Base Camp, Ice Seraks of Lower Khumbu Glacier to check climbers’ equipment and review climbing and rescue techniques. Instead of frequenting the Khumbu Icefall you will also climb Lobuche East as part of your custom climb. Lobuche is one of the most exciting 6000m trekking peaks in the East Everest region. Lobuche East Climb serves as a perfect training base for climbing Mt. You will climb Lobuche East wearing your high-altitude shoes and equipment to get you comfortable. This peak not only provides an attractive diversion allowing members to refresh and update their mountaineering skills before heading to Everest but also provides an excellent part of the acclimatization process. Climbing Lobuche East Peak before climbing the actual Mt. not only helps to create an environment but climbers do not have to cross the Khumbu Icefall multiple times to visit the high camp. After the climb, we will go to the base camp and after observing the auspicious date according to the Tibetan calendar, we will hold a puja ceremony in the traditional Sherpa way, asking for blessings for a successful Mt.
Our second acclimatization phase begins with a tour of the high camps that lead to the edge of the infamous Khumbu Icefall. Four camps will be established above the base camp. We will prepare Camp 1 [5,900 m/19,500ft] on the summit of the icefall, Camp 2 [6,400 m/21,000ft] in the Western Cwm, which will be our advanced base camp. We will set up Camp 3 [7,300m/23,700ft] at the top of the Lhotse Face cirque. Camp 4 [7,900m/25,912ft] will be the last camp before climbing the summit. Camp 4 will be located at South Col. Your expedition leader will give you the best advice according to your situation. Typically, our acclimatization program involves overnighting at Camp 2 and tagging along to Lhotse Face/Camp 3. After this is done, we rest and recover at base camp while waiting for a weather window for the summit attempt. After camp 3 oxygen cylinders will be used for easy ascent. We provide 8 bottles of oxygen to each climber for maximum flow. From Camp 4, following the southeast ridge, we will make it to the South Summit from where we will proceed to Hillary Step before climbing to the summit.
Provisional Recognition Scheduled
Climb Lobuche East Peak [6,119m/20,075ft]
Climb to Camp One [5,900 m/19,500ft]
Climb to Camp Two [6,400m/21,000ft]
Rest at Camp Two [6,400m/21,000ft]
Touch Camp Three [7,300m/23,700ft] and sleep at Camp Two [6,400m/21,000ft]
Base Camp [5364m/17,559ft]Please note that these adaptation programs may vary during the expedition as each climber adapts to altitude differently.
Peak climbing push (weather permitting, possibly May 11-20)
Climb to Camp 2 [6,400m/21,000ft]
Climb to Camp 3 [7,300m/23,700ft] using oxygen.
Climb to Camp 4 South Call using oxygen [7,900m/25,912ft]
Summit push [8,848.86m/29,029ft] and descend to Camp 4 using oxygen
Descent at Camp 2 [6,400m/21,000ft]
Descent to Base Camp [5,364m/17,559ft]
1:1 Summit day Sherpa to client ratio
All our Sherpa guides are former Mt Everest climbers with extensive experience in high altitude expeditions. We provide a 1:1 Sherpa guide to client ratio on peak days. Each of our Sherpa guides has extensive experience climbing high altitude peaks. Our Sherpa teams are critical to the success of your climb with us. We, our professionally trained Sherpa guides and Sirdars who are not only mountaineers and climbers but have been trained to do this task with a lot of common sense and guile.
Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu [1,350m/4,430ft]
Day 2: At Kathmandu for formalities and last minute preparations.
Day 3: Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding [2,600m/8,531ft]
Day 4: Trek to Namche Bazar [3,440m/11,286ft]
Day 5: Rest and acclimatization day [3,450m/11,319ft]
Day 6: Trek to Deboche [3720m/12,205ft]
Day 7: Trek to Dingboche [4,412m/14,475ft]
Day 8: Rest and Acclimatization Day [4,412m/14,475ft]
Day 9: Trek to Lobuche [4,910m/16,109ft]
Day 10: Trek to Gorkshep [5,140m/16,864ft]
Day 11: Trek to Everest Base Camp [5,364m/17,559ft]
Days 12 – 13: Get organized, worship ceremonies and climbing clinics
Day 14 – 16: Climb Lobuche East (6119m/20,070ft)
Day 17: Trek to Everest Base Camp [5,364m/17,559ft]
Days 18 – 20: Climb training, rest and prepare for second circumnavigation
Day 21 – 27: 2nd Acclimatization Rotation Period
Days 28 – 31: Days left for the final summit push
Days 32 – 44: The final summit push
Days 45 – 49: Contingency days for any delay
Day 50 – 52: Trek to Lukla [2,800m/9187ft]
Day 53: fly to Kathmandu [1,350m/4,430ft]
Day 54: In Kathmandu [1,350m/4,430ft]
Day 55: International Departure
Important Note: Your safety is an imperative concern when traveling with AlpineTrav Treks & Expeditions. Please note that your leader/guide reserves the right to modify or cancel any part of the itinerary if deemed necessary due to your safety concerns. Every effort will be made to keep the above itinerary; However, since this adventure travels through remote mountainous areas, we cannot guarantee that it will not be disturbed. Weather or health conditions of group members, unexpected natural disasters, etc., can all contribute to changes in the itinerary. The climb leader/guide will try to ensure that the trip goes as planned, but be prepared to be flexible if necessary.