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    Mt. Everest Expedition 8848.86

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    About Mt. Everest Expedition 8848.86 - 60 days

    At a Glance

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    • Durations
      60 days
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    • Mx.altitude
    • Vehicle
      Flight/Tourist bus/Private vehicle
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    Trip Highlights


    Trip Overview

    For adventurers, the dream is often encapsulated in a single word: EVEREST. The allure of standing atop the world, touching the sky, and experiencing the grandeur of the Everest Expedition is unparalleled. Mount Everest, the highest peak on Earth at 8,848.86 meters, straddles the border between Nepal and China. Known as Sagarmatha in Nepali, Everest's southern face lies in Nepal, while its northern face is in Tibet.

    Historically, Everest was first surveyed by China in 1715 and later by the British Indian government in 1856, who named it Peak XV. It was subsequently renamed in honor of Sir George Everest, a Welsh surveyor-general of India. The fascination with Everest dates back to the 1920s, with numerous expeditions attempting to conquer its summit. The first successful ascent was made by Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay on May 29, 1953, via the southern route.

    The Everest Expedition: A Lifetime Opportunity

    Attempting the Everest Expedition is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. However, climbers must be prepared for extreme challenges, including high altitude, severe weather, and the risk of avalanches. Comprehensive training is essential to build cardiovascular and muscular strength, as oxygen levels drop significantly at higher altitudes. Acclimatization to weather conditions and mastering rescue techniques are also crucial.

    Our Everest Expedition begins in early April in Kathmandu, following the southern route to the summit. Preparations include gathering equipment and completing paperwork before flying to Lukla, where the trek to base camp starts, taking approximately seven days. This expedition is ideal for those with experience on peaks above 7,000 meters.

    Key points along the route include:

    Camp I (6,065m): Views of the Khumbu Glacier.
    Camp II (6,750m): A gradual slope from the glacier.
    Camp III (7,300m): Located at the head of Lhotse; from here, oxygen cylinders are necessary.
    Camp IV (7,910m): Known as the Death Zone, just past 8,000 meters.

    Throughout the expedition, our Airbus Heli provides support, delivering fresh food daily and ensuring safety.

    Why HLT for Your Everest Expedition?

    • Expert Guidance: Our team includes highly qualified, professional, and friendly Sherpa IFMGA guide, kitchen staff, and a basecamp manager.
    • Comprehensive Equipment: We provide all necessary climbing equipment and logistic support.
    • Safety First: We prioritize safety, taking every step to minimize risks and ensure client well-being.
    • Customized Itineraries: We offer various itineraries to suit different abilities and interests.
    • Advanced Technology: We use the latest in weather forecasting and communication.
    • Helicopter Support: helicopter charter service is available when needed (extra charges apply).
    • Dedicated Support: One climbing Sherpa is assigned to each member.

    At Himalaya Land Treks, we are committed to providing an exceptional Everest Expedition experience. We eagerly await the opportunity to serve you and share our expertise. Embark on this incredible journey with us and fulfill your dream of conquering the world's highest peak.


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