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Everest Expedition from Tibet Side

Trip Overview


Mount Everest Expedition is unquestionably a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Mount Everest, also known as The Sagarmatha in Nepali, is the world's highest peak, standing at 8848 meters. The southern face of the mountain is located in Nepal, while the northern face is located in Tibet. While mapping Chinese territory in 1715, China surveyed the mountain for the first time and named it Mount Qomolangma. 

The Rongbuk Glacier runs around the North Peak of Everest, also known as Changtse, and is followed by the Mount Everest north side route. It is a safe climb since it avoids Khumbu Icefall, one of the most treacherous sections on the peak’s south side. In addition, it is less expensive than climbing Everest from Nepal. However, the north side is more technically difficult since there are more exposed rocks and the camps are at a very high altitude.

Nonetheless, Everest Expedition from Tibet Side faces numerous challenges, including high altitude, extreme weather, and avalanches. Before attempting it, one must be well-trained. Weather conditions must be acclimatized to, and rockfalls and avalanches must be anticipated. Learning how to perform a rescue would be beneficial. You may need to train for several months before beginning your ascent, depending on your present level of fitness. A climber must develop both cardiovascular and muscular strength because oxygen levels decline by 60-70 percent above sea level. Also, make sure you can carry bag packs to the summit, as you'll be carrying an oxygen cylinder and heavy bag packs.



Upon your arrival at the International Airport in Kathmandu, you will be welcomed and transferred to the hotel by our representative. Once you check in at the hotel, you can rest and roam around the streets of Thamel in the evening. Overnight at a hotel.
Today, you will visit some of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Kathmandu Durbar Square and Swoyambhunath Stupa. Later in the day, we will visit the Chinese embassy for a visa, attend a team orientation meeting, and go shopping. Overnight at a hotel.
Begin the day with a tasty breakfast and be ready for a city tour where you will be taken to some temples and heritages sites like Pashupatinath Temple and Boudhanath Stupa. In the evening, you can roam around the trekking markets for last-minute shopping to buy or some trekking and expedition equipment. Overnight at a hotel.
Drive from Kathmandu to Zhangmu. Overnight at a hotel.
Drive from Zhangmu to Nyalam. Overnight at a lodge/teahouse/guesthouse.
Acclimatization and rest day in Nyalam. Overnight at a lodge/teahouse/guesthouse.
Drive from Nyalam to Tingri after breakfast. Overnight at a lodge/teahouse/guesthouse.
Acclimatization and rest day in Tingri. Overnight at a lodge/teahouse/guesthouse.
Drive from Tingri to Chinese Base Camp. Overnight at the tented camp.
Another day at Chinese Base Camp. Overnight at the tented camp.
Another day at Chinese Base Camp. Overnight at the tented camp.
Chinese Base Camp to Middle Camp Overnight at the tented camp.
Middle Camp to Advanced Base Camp. Overnight at the tented camp.
Climbing period of Everest. Overnight at the tented camp.
Advanced Base Camp to Base Camp. Overnight at the base camp.
Drive from Base Camp to Tingri. Overnight at the lodge/tea house.
Drive from Tingri to Zhangmu border and drive to Kathmandu and rest. Overnight at the hotel.
Leisure day in Kathmandu. After breakfast, you can opt. to rest at your hotel, visit some massage centers, or have guided sightseeing of some of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of the vibrant city of Kathmandu such as Patan Durbar Square and Bhaktapur Durbar Square. You can also hit some ancient markets of Ason and Indrachowk and buy some souvenirs for your friends and family back at your home. Overnight at the hotel.
Your adventurous trip ends here with a lifetime experience. Our representative will transfer you to the airport 3 hours before your scheduled flight back to your home. We wish you a safe journey and hope to see you soon.

What is Included?

    • Airport pickup & drop-offs
    • Twin sharing hotel accommodation in Kathmandu on a BB basis
    • Private transportation to/from the Tibet border
    • Tibet Travel Permit, Expedition Permits & other entrance fees
    • Transportation in Tibet by private vehicle
    • Sightseeing tours, entrance fees at monuments, guide
    • Kitchen and Dining equipment, Eating utensils, Shower Tents, Toilet Tent, Store Tent, etc.
    • Insurance of support staff
    • Basic First Aid Supply for support staff and climbers
    • Portable Altitude Chamber (PAC)
    • Mask and Regulator and extra Mask and Regulator for emergency
    • Welcome/farewell dinner
    • All applicable government taxes

What is Excluded?

    • International flights, airport taxes, excess baggage charges
    • Visa Fees
    • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu & Tibet 
    • Personal climbing gears
    • Personal expenses like bar bills, laundry, telephone, wifi, hot showers, etc.
    • Personal medical and travel insurance
    • Extra permits that may be required for activities like filming etc.
    • Tips and gratitude for the guides and porter  


Equipment Checklist

Boots, Crampons, Gaiters

  1. Light hiking boots
  2. Climbing boots 
  3. Gaiters
  4. Crampons (step-in bindings preferred)

Climbing Tools

  1. Ice Axe: (standard; around 65-70 cm, depending on height)
  2. Seat harness
  3. Locking carabineers : 6 (Automatic locking type with large pear shape)
  4. 2 folding- ski pole

Technical Clothing


  1. Polypro or Capaline long underwear (4sets)
  2. Pile jacket and pants (pants must have full separating side zips)
  3. Gore-Tex shells (top and bottoms, bottoms must have full separating side zips)
  4. Down jacket (medium & heavyweight)

Mitts, Gloves & Socks 

  1. Light synthetic gloves - 3pr (Capaline or polypropaline)
  2. Wool (or pile) mitts and Gore-Tex overmitts
  3. Wool or pile socks (6pr light liners, 4pr heavy liners)


  1. Headlamp (spare bulbs and batteries)
  2. Glacier sunglasses
  3. Wool or pile hat


  1. Sleeping bag (expedition quality, rated to -15 & 40F)
  2. Sleeping pads
  3. Backpack: Internal frame pack 5,000
  4. Pee bottle (one-liter largemouth)
  5. Water bottles (2 one-liter largemouths)
  6. Sunscreen (maximum block)
  7. Lip sunscreen
  8. Large duffel bag for transporting all your gear at airports and on pack animals.
  9. Toiletry bag        
  10. Travel clothes
  11. Personal first aid kit
  12. Small day pack: for trekking days (optional)

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