World’s highest the number one mountain Mt. Everest at an altitude 8,848m (29,028ft) straddle the border with Nepal-Tibet. China, it is much safer climbing from the North face, than the climb from the South is totally different, demanding a life time experience. There are few routes that’s been climbed with much difficulties the Lho –la and Khangsung Face ( East Face) However, to make it accessible we have set the expeditions from the North Face from Tibet, China side. The Great Adventure Treks & Expeditions to Mt.Everest North Face details has been prepared on the experience of our involvement in major Mountaineering Expeditions to Mt. Everest, over the past and present years. GA experience on commercial mountaineering expeditions with support and service of climbing Sherpa’s, High Altitude porters and by expert professional Mountain Guides to the world highest mountains and peaks, with an ultimate destination normal route in Tibet to the summit of Mt. Everest. North Face 8,848m (29,028 ft.).
The Great Adventure Treks & Expeditions will fully support with all the guidance and setting this itinerary has been prepared to offer an outline helping you to design your own expedition schedule program with care. Mount Everest North Face is considerably more impressive than the south (Nepal) side. Towering at 3,000 m from the Rongbuk Glacier, above the Tibetan Plateau, It was from this side of North Face of Everest that the British Expedition in the 1920’s and 30’s came, when Nepal was closed to foreigners. Since its first ascent by the Chinese in 1960, the North Ridge has been climbed numerous times. In the last few years it has received the attention of several commercial expeditions, and with careful planning the same success rates as the south sides are possible. Gaining 8000m is demanding but it is the last 8848m that are the most difficult. After several days of acclimatization with practice climbing, then back at the base camp for the final summit bid with the team of The Great Adventure Treks & Expeditions.
Trip Highlights: “On top of the world, high spirit, breathtaking scenery, warm hospitality of the highlanders the Tibetans of Rongbuk Everest area, traditional culture and religions, in the world heritage Chomulungmo (Qumolungmo) National Park.”
Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu – 1350m
Day 02-03: Sightseeing and Preparation in Kathmandu.
Day 04: Fly to Lhasa, Tibet – 3656m
Day 05: Drive Gyantse 3950m, 265km.
Day 06: Drive to Shigatse (3900m). Overnight in hotel.
Day 07: Drive to Shegar (4350m). Overnight in hotel.
Day 08: Drive to Base Camp (5200m).
Day 9-12: At the Base Camp
Day 13: Trek to intermediate camp (6200m).
Day 14: Advance Base Camp (6500m).
Day 15-54: Climbing Period.
Day 55: Return to Advance Base Camp.
Day 56: Return to Base Camp.
Day 57: Cleaning up Base Camp.
Day 58: Drive to Shegar. Overnight in hotel.
Day 59: Drive to Shigatse. Overnight in Hotel.
Day 60: Drive to Gyantse. Overnight in Hotel.
Day 61: Drive to Lhasa. Overnight stay.
Day 62: Fly back to Kathmandu, Nepal.
Day 63: Rest Day in Kathmandu
Day 64: Final Departure