Everest Expedition - 60 Days

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Everest Expedition
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At a Glance
Duration60 Days
Trip GradeStrenuous Plus
Maximum Altitude8848 m
Best TimeApril - May

Ultimate Everest Expedition - Conquer the 8848.86-meter Summit

The Mount Everest Expedition presents an unparalleled challenge, both physically and mentally. Scaling Mount Everest instills an extraordinary sense of achievement. Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa conquered the top on May 29, 1953. They climbed via the South Col route, becoming iconic adventurers. Since then, many have followed in their footsteps. Climbing Everest remains the ultimate adventure.

Our previous expedition achieved a remarkable 100% success rate. Six climbers and six Sherpa on the summit.

Requirements for Joining the Everest Expedition

To join our Everest Expedition in Nepal, you must possess substantial mountaineering experience. That includes ascents of 6000 and 7000-meter peaks. Of course, preferably, some exposure to 8000-meter peaks in the Himalayas. Proficiency in using crampons on steep ice and snow slopes is essential. We follow the traditional South Col route for a safe summit.

South Col Route Strategy

Throughout the climb, we establish a base camp for your comfort. We have personal tents and mattresses at the base camp. Our spacious dining hall includes chairs, tables, mattresses, and solar lighting. Internet and phone access are available. Hygiene is a priority. We have shower and toilet tents maintained in pristine condition. Our expedition cook and team prepare delicious and sanitary meals.

We repeatedly navigate the Khumbu Icefall during acclimatization hikes to Camps 2 and 3. Climbing Sherpas stock all high camps with tents, food, and oxygen for the summit push after returning to base camp for rest and wail for favorable weather. We climb to ABC, Camp 1, Camp 2, Camp 3, Camp 4, and finally, the summit. We provide expedition tents at all higher camps. We have a 1:1 climber-to-sherpa ratio on this Everest Expedition. It ensures safety during the ascent and descent.

Climbing Gear, Food, and Logistics

Mountain Monarch supplies all expedition group climbing gear. It includes the high-altitude tents, solar lights, and dining facilities. We provide oxygen, regulators, masks, climbing ropes, and more. We cater plentiful and hygienic food. We ensure high-altitude foods at higher camps.

Safety and Communication

Our experienced Climbing Sherpa team excels in high-altitude support and wilderness first aid. We equip the expedition with oxygen and a medical kit. We encourage you to bring the Personal micro-medical kits with you. We offer top-notch masks and oxygen regulators. We provide 4-liter Poisk oxygen bottles to each climber. Internet at base damp and Satellite phones ensure communication. Favorable weather is crucial for a successful expedition.

Book Your Everest Expedition for Spring 2025 and 2026

Following our 100% summit success, we now accept Spring 2025 and 2026 bookings. We limit each Everest expedition to a maximum of 8 climbers. Take advantage of this opportunity to fulfill your dream of conquering the world's highest peak. You could be the next adventure hero to stand atop Everest's pinnacle. Reserve your spot now!

Tour PlanExpand All
Day 1-3

Your Everest Expedition kicks off as you arrive in Kathmandu. Our representative will welcome you and escort you to your hotel. Group Dinner in the evening.

Over the next two days, you'll meet your team, including Sherpa. They will provide a comprehensive Everest Expedition briefing. It covers duration, logistics, meals, acclimatization, and key landmarks. This is also the time to acquire any necessary climbing equipment. We'll handle the essential permits and paperwork for the expedition.

Day 4-14

An early start takes you to the airport, where you'll catch a scenic 30-minute flight. We drive to Ramechap for the Lukla flight, avoiding Kathmandu's air traffic. Upon arrival, enjoy breakfast before commencing your trek.

It is a week-long trek through picturesque Sherpa settlements to the base camp. You'll enter Sagarmatha National Park and ascend to Namche Bazaar. We explore historical monasteries along the way. The journey continues through Pangboche, past Mani Walls, and leads to Lobuche. Finally, you'll reach Gorakshep, between Kala Patthar and Everest Base Camp. A short hike along the Khumbu Glacier brings you to Everest Base Camp. It is the launching pad during the Everest expedition. We explore, train, and acclimatize here. You can chat with team members and sherpa climbers, enjoying the surroundings.

Day 15-54

Following acclimatization, you'll undergo rigorous training with your Sherpa guide. You'll learn essential skills such as crevasse crossing, ladder use, and rope techniques. Practice climbs to Camp I help with acclimatization.

Then, begin the challenging ascent, crossing the Khumbu Icefall to Camp I. Continue to Camp II, navigate snow crevasses, and reach the Western Cwm. The journey to Camp III involves traversing the Lhotse Wall. From Camp III, ascend to Camp IV below the death zone.

The final push to the summit includes crossing the treacherous "Balcony" and "Hillary Step." Reaching the summit rewards you with breathtaking panoramic views. Descend to various camps and eventually return to base camp.

Day 55-57

Descend through Sherpa villages and visit monasteries on your way back to Lukla. Celebrate your successful Everest expedition with teammates and the climbing crew.

Day 58-60

Catch an early morning flight from Lukla to Kathmandu. Spend a few extra days in Kathmandu for exploration and relaxation. Your incredible Everest Expedition concludes today. We'll arrange your airport transfer based on your onward flight schedule.

Cost Details
  • Airport transportation.
  • 06 nights hotel accommodation in Kathmandu on B/B plan.
  • All domestic airfare with the airport tax.
  • Everest Summiters Climbing Sherpa (01 Sherpa: 01 Climber).
  • Everest Expedition peak permit fee and all government taxes.
  • National Park Entrance fees.
  • Khumbu Icefall route fees.
  • Full board high-altitude meal while trekking to base camp and climbing Everest.
  • Liaison officer with all his expenses.
  • Well-experienced climbing guides with their equipment, daily wages, food, insurance
  • Base camp cook, cook helper, and Base camp Leader and Manager.
  • All necessary camping and kitchen equipment provided
  • Oxygen with regulator for emergency medical purposes.
  • High Altitude New member and Sherpa tent.
  • EPI gas and burner for the high climb.
  • Gamow bag / Portable Altitude Chamber (PAC).
  • All necessary climbing Everest hardware group equipment.
  • Satellite Phone in case of emergency.
  • Medical and personal insurance of any kind.
  • Nepal visa fees and international airfare
  • The main meal in Kathmandu.
  • Expedition personal equipment and climbing gear.
  • Summit bonus and Tips to the crew
  • Any other expenses not mentioned on Climb Everest cost above.
Dates & Availability
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Mar 2025
Start DateMarch 30, 2025
End DateMay 28, 2025