Sagarmatha – Mt. Everest Expedition

Sagarmatha – Everest Expedition is the highest mountain climb in the world and is not easy. Our IFMGA certified mountain guides are multiple times Everest summiteers.

Sagarmatha – Everest lies on the border of Nepal and Tibet. The south east ridge climb from Nepal, was the route taken by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay on the first ascent in 1953. The route starts with Khumbu icefall and climbs up to South Col, from where the south east ridge is gained.

The itinerary

This climb is from from Nepal side. We start with acclimatization trip, flying to Lukla and trek to Gorak Shep at 5170m. Then return back in Kathmandu by day 17 before the main expedition. We drive to EBC (5150m) over 5 days taking in Zhangmu, Nyalam, and Tingri. By day 25 we set into base camp living. Over the next week we establish advanced base camp at 6380m and continue to acclimatise. Climbing to the summit starts on about day 33. We drive back to Kathmandu by day 65.

Is this trip suitable for you?

Sagarmatha – Everest is the highest mountain in the world and is not easy. It is a very serious peak and bad judgement or even bad luck can be fatal.

In brief

Sagarmatha – Everest Expedition
Altitude: 8850m
Duration: 65 days ex-Kathmandu
Season: Spring & Autumn
Level: serious high altitude climbing

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