Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world. Its elevation of 29,030 feet (8,848 meters) was determined using GPS satellite equipment on May 5, 1999. The new elevation has been confirmed by the National Geographic Society. (Chomolungma, Goddess Mother of the World).
Arrival at Kathmandu and transfer to hotel
Kathmandu Sight Seeing
Drive to Timure Border. O/N Hotel
Cross the Border, Day in Keyrong. - O/N Guest House
Drive to Thingri.
Rest day in Thingri for acclimatization - O/N Guest House
Driving to Everest BC (5200m/16640ft)
At the Base Camp to acclimatize and preparing loads for advance base camp
Moving from Base Camp to the Intermediate Base Camp (6200m/19840ft)
To Advanced Base Camp (6400m/20480ft)
Moving to Summit for summit attempt
Advance Base Camp to Base Camp
Driving to Keyrong.
Driving to Kathmandu
Departure from Kathmandu
Climbers wishing to join this expedition must already be experienced with rock and ice climbing and have successfully completed previous climbs at high altitude, over 4500m (15,000ft).
This expedition requires excellent levels of fitness to endure the extreme conditions of summiting big peaks. To prepare for this, climbers should undergo a regular and strenuous exercise regime for at least 6 months to build their strength, stamina and endurance.