Mt. Everest North

Mount Everest North is Located in the border area with Nepal and Tibet. It rises at altitude of 8848 m (29,028 ft) high above sea level. It is the tallest mountain in the world. It is also called Sagarmatha in Nepali which means ‘Goddess of the Sky”. Mount Everest was first climbed on May 29, 1953 by Sir Edmund Hillary from New Zealand and Tenzing Norgay from Nepal via the South Col route.

Mount Everest expedition begins after your arrival in Kathmandu. Our team member will welcome you at Kathmandu airport and transfer you to the Hotel. Next day we will have a meeting at Adventure Extreme office in Thamel. We will meet our expedition crews and discuss about the expedition and check required expedition equipments for safety purpose.

As Adventure Extreme Trekking and Expedition team is working as sale agent of Tibet Mountaineering Association, we will have all expedition permits and required documents in our hand. We will just collect passport from all climbers and make Tibet visa on the same day.

According to the expedition program team will drive to Zangmu via Aranico highway and Friendship Bridge. At the friendship bridge staff from Tibet Mountaineering Association will be waiting for our expedition group. Expedition team members will drive on 4WD land cruiser and expedition equipments will be carried by truck.

After driving 5 days (1 night in Zangmu, 2 Nights in Nylam and 2 Nights in Tingri) we will reach Everest Base camp. Chinese call it Chinese Base Camp. Everest base camp is situated at altitude of 5200 m. We will set camp here for 2 days to acclimatize and check expedition equipments once more.

After, we will walk for 2 days to reach Everest advance base camp. It is situated at altitude of (6400m) which is on the moraine below the North Col.

Mount Everest Expedition climbing starts from this point.

Short information about climbing route:

Camp 1 (7010m) established on the North Col and is probably the most important camp and Offers the springboard for the remainder of the ascent.

Camp 2 (7800m) high on the North Ridge, often a wild and windy place but one that offers superb views. The climb is a straight forward snow slope. We advise members to start using oxygen from here in order to save their strength for the task ahead.

Camp 3 (8200m) established below the first step and the start of the technical difficulties. The ascent is over slightly steeper more broken ground. The final summit push will be made from this camp, the highest in the world.

Climbing Sherpa guide:

We facilitate highly professional, well trained and qualified climbing Sherpas for your expeditions. They are very useful in your each and every step of support, which makes your climbing easier to restore your strained energy and it gives you vigorous strength for your next day\\\'s climbing.

If you have your private group, please e-mail us to know the price and detail of expedition.
If you are alone and looking for a group to join….. please e-mail us.

Mt. Everest North
  • Duration60 Days
  • Height8848 m
  • Latitude27° 59' 17.16
  • Longitude86° 55' 31.08
  • RouteNorth East Ridge
  • Flight
  • Caravan RouteKathmandu/Zangmu/Nylam/Tingri/CBC


Days Itinerary
1 Welcome at Kathmandu airport- transfer to Hotel
2 Day in Kathmandu for expedition arrangment and Tibet visa procedure
3 Day in Kathmandu for expedition arrangment and Tibet visa procedure
4 Drive to Tibet Border( Zangmu)
5 Drive to Nylam
6 Rest day for Acclimatization
7 Drive to Tingri
8 Rest day for Acclimatization
9 Drive to Everest Base Camp
10 Rest day for Acclimatization
11 Rest day for Acclimatization
12 Trek to middle camp
13 Arrive at Advance Base Camp
14-53 Climbing Period- Mt. Everest (8848 m)
54 Reserve day
55 Trek back to Base Camp
56 Clean up Base Camp
57 Drive back to Nylam
58 Drive back to Kathmandu
59 In Kathmandu
60 Depart Kathmandu

We will provide you the expedition cost as per your group size or expedition service requirement. If you are alone and looking for a group to join, please e-mail us OR use "Inquiry Form" to send us message. Expedition Cost: USD 2999 Per Person Extra: Climbing Royalty Fee of Mt. Everest North

Cost Includes

  1. Airport transfers in Kathmandu
  2. Accommodation in Kathmandu at 3 star hotel for 5 nights(BB plan)
  3. Tibet visa fee
  4. Permit fee of Mt. Everest
  5. Road permit and travel permit
  6. Service of Liaison officer and interpreter
  7. Transportation as per program/itinerary
  8. Accommodation in Tibet on full board basis (breakfast, lunch & dinner)
  9. Nepalese Sherpa cook and kitchen boy at Base Camp and Advance Base Camp
  10. Entry fee of Kitchen staffs
  11. Equipment allowances and daily salary of kitchen staffs, Liaison officer and interpreter
  12. Insurance of kitchen staffs, Liaison officer and interpreter
  13. Required kitchen equipment such as kitchen tent, store tent, toilet tents, chair, table at BC and ABC
  14. Comfortable dining tent at BC/ABC with heater inside
  15. Comfortable shower tent at BC/ABC with hotwater inside
  16. Hygenic food at base camp and advance base camp
  17. Single sleeping tent and mattress at BC and ABC
  18. Transfer of all expedition goods and equipment’s to BC and back
  19. 2 expedition duffel bag for each membe to pack up expedition equipment
  20. Solar panel for light
  21. Generator for charging electric devices
  22. Emergency Oxygen at advance base camp (for medical use)
  23. Garbage deposit fee
  24. Agency Service charge
  25. Expedition cost for service up to Summit: US$ ........../Person (One climbing member:One Climbing Sherpa guide). We request you to send us e-mail or use "Inquiry Form" for further inquiry.

Cost Excludes

  1. International airfare from / to your country
  2. Nepal entry visa fee (can be obtained at the airport upon arrival)
  3. Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  4. Hotel after 5 night stay in Kathmandu.
  5. Personal climbing gear and equipment above base camp
  6. Tents above base camp
  7. High altitude food and fuel above base camp
  8. Oxygen & Mask and regulator (available on request)
  9. Personal insurance such as travel, accident, medical, emergency evacuation and lost luggage
  10. Applicable permit fees and customs charges, etc. for SAT phone, communication equipment and commercial filming
  11. International airport departure tax at Kathmandu Airport.
  12. Expenses of personal nature such as drinks, laundry, postage, telephone etc.
  13. Tips and bonuses

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