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Mount Everest Climbing Expedition

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Everest Nepal Summit Climb. The classic climb to the top of the world. Friendly leader Dan Mazur has led 12 expeditions to the summit during October and May. With super strong and helpful Sherpas. Join Leader Dan Mazur friendly, good teacher, well organised and leader of 12 successful Everest expeditions on the climb made famous by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Sherpa. The trek on the Nepal side is gorgeous, with lots of little green terraced villages with lovely teahouses in Everest National Park. Price includes everything for the climb and walk to basecamp. Free Oxygen, hotels and internal flights. . View the latest news at: & check out this amazing video;


1) Arrive in Kathmandu, 1300 meters (4,265 feet). Stay at hotel.
2) Orientation meeting and chance to buy last minute supplies, visit temples, and tour the city. Stay at hotel.
3) Fly to Lukla, 2860 meters (9,385 feet). Walk to Phakding 2650 meters (8,695 feet). Teahouse or camping.
4) Walk to Namche Bazaar, 3450 meters (11,320 feet). Teahouse or camping
5) Rest day with acclimatization hike in Namche. Teahouse or camping
6) Walk to Pangboche, 3750 meters (12,300 feet). Participate in a Buddhist Puja blessing ceremony with the local Lama at the monastery if you wish. Teahouse or camping
7) Walk to Pheriche, 4250 meters (13,945 feet). Visit the Himalayan Rescue Association health clinic. Teahouse or camping
8) Walk to Dugla, 4600 meters (15,090 feet). Teahouse or camping
9) Walk to Lobuche, 4900 meters (16,075 feet). Teahouse of camping
10) Walk to GorakShep, 5150 meters (16,900 feet). Teahouse or camping
11) Walk to basecamp, 5340 meters (17,400 feet). Camping
12) Rest, organization, and training day in basecamp
13) Rest, organization, and training day in basecamp
14) Walk to Pumori basecamp, 5300 meters (17,390 feet). Sleep there.
15) Walk to Pumori ABC, 5700 meters (18,700 feet). Return to Everest basecamp.
16) Rest in basecamp.
17) Acclimatization trek to the top of Kala Patthar, 5644 meters (18,520’). Return to basecamp
18) Rest in basecamp.
19) Climb to camp 1 at 6100 meters (20,010 feet). Sleep at camp 1.
20) Climb to camp 2 at 6400 meters (21,000 feet). Return to camp 1, sleep there.
21) Return to basecamp,
22) Rest in basecamp.
23) Rest in basecamp.
24) Climb to camp 1. Sleep there.
25) Climb to camp 2. Sleep there.
26) Rest in camp 2.
27) Climb to camp 3, 7300 meters (23,950 feet). Return to camp 2, sleep there.
28) Return to basecamp.
29) Rest in basecamp.
30) Rest in basecamp.
31) Climb to camp 1, sleep there.
32) Climb to camp 2. Sleep there.
33) Rest in camp 2.
34) Climb to camp 3. Sleep there.
35) Descend to camp 1 or camp 2. Sleep there.
36) Return to basecamp.
37) Rest in basecamp or descend to a lower village such as GorakShep.
38) Return to basecamp from lower village. Rest in basecamp.
39) Climb to camp 1, sleep there.
40) Climb to camp 2, sleep there.
41) Climb to camp 3, sleep there.
42) Climbto camp 4, 8000 meters (26,245 feet). Sleep there.
43) Attempt summit.
44) Return to camp 2, sleep there.
45) Return to basecamp.
46) Rest in basecamp.
47) Climb to camp 2, sleep there.
48) Climb to camp 3, sleep there.
49) Climb to camp 4, sleep there.
50) Attempt summit.
51) Return to camp 2.
52) Return to basecamp.
53) Pack up basecamp.
54) Trek down to Pheriche. Teahouse or camping.
55) Trek down toPangboche. Teahouse or camping.
56) Trek to Namche. Teahouse or camping.
57) Trek to Lukla. Teahouse or camping.
58) Flight to Kathmandu. Stay at hotel.
59) Extra day in Kathmandu, in case of delay, and for sightseeing, gift shopping. Hotel.
60) Fly Home. Thanks for joining our expedition!


Our “full-service” expedition includes:

  • British, American, and European leader/coordinator
  • 5 bottle set of oxygen, mask, hoses, and regulator (More oxygen available on request)
  • Climbing Sherpa for the group
  • All internal / domestic transport
  • Full service trek to / from base camp
  • Three meals per day
  • Permit fees and liaison officers
  • Group gear, emergency equipment, satellite phone
  • Personal tents in basecamp (no sharing)
  • Double occupancy tents above base camp
  • Full base camp with dinning tent, showers, bathroom, and solar charging
  • Two nights stay in Kathmandu hotel on arrival and two nights prior to departure in a double room. Private rooms are available for a small additional fee.


  • International flights to Kathmandu and back home
  • Mountain climbing rescue and travel insurance
  • Personal climbing/trekking equipment and clothing
  • Extra Oxygen (available on request)
  • Nepal visa
  • Gratuities for staff
  • Personal Sherpa


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Everest via South Col (Nepal) 
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8,848 m / 29,029 ft
27.9881 N°, 86.925 E°