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All cost Included

US $33400


55 Days

Difficulty Level

Strenuous Plus

Best Time

April - May

Max. Altitude

8, 448 M

Climb Everest – North Face from Tibet
Perso lo gan unforgettable climbing experience, consider climbing Mount Everest’s North Face from Tibet with Deepak Adventure. Our cost-effective full-service expedition caters to a maximum of eight climbers in a group with a 1:1 climbing Sherpa to climber ratio. Our experienced climbing Sherpas ensure your safety, and our top-of-the-line gear and latest climbing equipment maximize your chances of success.
In Spring 2012, all six climbers with their six climbing Sherpas scaled the top of Everest successfully on 25 May 2012, including a father and son who made history by climbing together. We are proud of our 100% summit rate and strive to maintain this level of success.
Climbing Everest from Tibet’s North Face is rated E4 in difficulty, making it a strenuous journey with challenging climbing routes. Each expedition member must have a high degree of physical fitness and mental preparation with appropriate climbing training or a mountain climbing expedition experience beforehand. We understand the importance of proper preparation and will provide comprehensive guidance to ensure that you are fully prepared for this challenging climb.
Our expedition preparation begins in Kathmandu, where we conduct a thorough briefing on the expedition’s requirements and logistics. From there, we take a drive to Everest base camp in Tibet, where we spend two acclimatization nights at Nyalam and Tingri to ensure proper acclimatization before reaching the Chinese Everest base camp. We set up a base camp until the climbing Everest last. Each member has a personal tent with an insulated foam mattress. A great dining hall with comfortable chairs and tables, carpeted, heated, and lit by solar electricity, makes the stay at base camp luxurious with internet facilities at hand. The shower tent and toilet tent are all in order. All the climbing staff have their tent and Kitchen and store tents. We have an expedition cook and expedition manager staying permanently at base camp to cater the excellent full-board meals and deal with all the required logistics for the Expedition.
We set up an Advanced Everest base camp at 6400 meters, which is our base station for the summit push and acclimation climbing training. Like in base camp, each member has a personal private tent. In addition, a dining tent with comfortable chairs and tables, heated, carpeted, and lit by solar electricity, provide the required comfort during your stay there. We have a full-time kitchen crew throughout the Everest expedition. The climbing Everest team cook has long experience and training in food preparation and strict hygiene standards and prepares varied and nutritious Western and Nepali meals.
Before heading to the advanced base camp, we spend several nights at the base camp for proper acclimatization, with a stay at the interim camp. First, we take good acclimation climbing practice on Rongbuk Glacier and spend some nights at Camp 1. After that, we climb even to Camp 2 for proper acclimatization. Climbing Sherpas complete their preparation duty by stocking all the high camps with tents, food, and Oxygen for the summit push. We return to base camp for rest and refresh before a summit attempt. After getting the confirmed weather forecast, we head back with the summit plan to the ABC, CAMP 1, CAMP 2, CAMP 3, and then SUMMIT. We provide Mountain Hardware expedition tents on all higher camps.
Deepak Adventure provides all the expedition gear and group climbing gear, including all high tents, solar lights, dining tents with chairs and tables, Oxygen, regulators, masks, climbing rope, etc. We provide enough excellent hygienic foodstuff at both base and advanced base camps for a while climbing Mt. Everest. High altitude foods while on higher camps. All the expedition load ferries from base camp to advance base camp and all higher camp load ferries, including camp three at 8300 meters, are included in the cost, which most other expedition operators don’t have in the expedition cost.
Our climbing Sherpas have done wilderness medical training and are competent in dealing with all typical medical issues. In addition, comprehensive medical kits and Gamow bags are available at both base and advanced base camps for safety backup. We also motivate all the climbers to carry their micro medical kits. We use the most recent & tested TOP-UP mask and Oxygen regular and 4-liter Poisk oxygen bottles. Satellite phones and two-way radios are available for communication. We provide regular weather updates to ensure the safety of everyone.
we believe that climbing Everest is not just about reaching the summit; it’s about the journey itself. We provide a personalized and unique experience that will stay with you for a lifetime. Join us and make history by climbing Everest’s North Face from Tibet.

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Outlined Itinerary for a trip to climb Everest from Tibet

Day 1: Arrive in Kathmandu and transfer to the el.
Day 2-3: Stay in Kathmandu to complete official formalities and prepare for the expedition.
Day 4: Drive to Zangmu to begin the climb from Tibet.
Day 5: Drive to Nyalam and stay at a hotel.
Day 6: Rest at Nyalam for acclimatization and stay at a guest house.
Day 7: Drive to Tingri and stay at a guest house.
Day 8: Rest day for acclimatization and stay at a guest house.
Day 9: Drive to Everest Base Camp and stay at a tented camp.
Day 10-14: Trek to Advance Base Camp.
Day 15-48: Climb Everest from Tibet.
Day 49-51: Trek back to Base Camp and clean up.
Day 52: Drive from Base Camp to Nyalam and stay at a hotel.
Day 53-54: Drive back to Kathmandu and stay at a hotel with a free day.
Day 55: End of the Everest climb, and airport transfer for the return flight.

Cost Included

  • Airport transfers in Kathmandu
  • Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu on BB plan (before and after the expedition)
  • Transportation from Kathmandu to Tibet
  • Everest Base Camp and back
  • Experienced climbing guide for each climbing member
  • Everest Expedition climbing permit
  • Transport of food supply and expedition equipment to Base Camp and back
  • Full board in lodges during travel to Base Camp and back
  • Base Camp single tent for each member, BC staff, and Liaison Officer
  • Equipment like kitchen tent, store tent, toilet tent, table and chairs, and cooking utensils for Base Camp
  • Hygienic food at Base Camp
  • Service of cook and kitchen boy at Base Camp
  • Equipment allowance, wages of cook, kitchen boy, and Liaison officer
  • Insurance of cook, kitchen boy, Liaison Officer, and porters
  • High altitude Sherpa to carry all food and gear to higher camps and assist members during climb and summit attempts
  • Daily wages and insurance of high altitude Sherpa
  • Five oxygen bottles (4 liters) per member with mask and regulator (for use only)
  • Three oxygen bottles and mask and regulator set for climbing Sherpa
  • Standard climbing equipment (necessary rope, ice bars, ice screws, pitons, etc.)
  • Everest expeditions high altitude food and beverage
  • Expedition duffel bag for members and expedition preparation

Cost Excluded

  • Medical and personal high-risk insurance
  • Nepal entry visa fees
  • The main meal in Kathmandu
  • Personal equipment and climbing gear
  • International airfare and airport tax
  • Climbing Bonus, tips, and personal nature expenses
  • Applicable permit fees and customs charges for Sat phone, communication equipment, and commercial filming