- Basic costs:
- 32.450,00 €
- Full service:
- 40.700,00 €
Mount Everest - 8,848 m (29,029 ft) - Climb from Tibet / China
Climb Mount Everest with Summit experts:
+ Since 2004 in Tibet
+ Experienced Leaders and Sherpas
+ Fair value / individual solutions
1 - easy / simple
2 - quite difficult
3 - difficult
4 - very demanding
5 - extreme
Stamina - Endurance
A mountain athlete needs endurance above any other specific fitness skill. Cardiovascular fitness is of course always subject to the movement (as climbing rocks or steep ice, you will not be able to transfer your triathlete or running fitness to mountains without being solid in the required mountaineering skills).
Easy treks to EBC or on top of Kilimanjaro. You should be an active person.
More demanding treks, simple climbs, like the climb of Elbrus. You should be a sportive person regularly exercising (at least 2-3x per week).
Very demanding treks like to the top of Aconcagua, or expeditions at the physical lower level like Ama Dablam. You should be an endurance athlete wit mountaineering experience. You should train endurance at least 3x/week.
Some of our special self-supported 8000m+ peak climbs as on Makalu, or to climb Everest (without oxygen-support) fit into this category. Your endurance should be near the level of a professional mountain athlete.
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Everest Expedition - Ascent from Tibet / China
- Basic costs:
- 32.450,00 €
- Full service:
- 40.700,00 €
Airport of departure:
Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, München oder Wien
Everest - Tibet expedition - Costs & Services
- Organization of the entire expedition
- Experienced SummitClimb expedition leader
- Scheduled flights to Nepal and back from various European airports:
- please indicate your wish
- incl. 30kg free baggage allowance and 8kg hand baggage
- Preparation and training weekend (optional)
Our basic climb on Mount Everest includes:
- Organization of the expedition
- British, European, or American leadership:
- until advanced basecamp
- recommendations for your Mount Everest ascent
- All permit fees and liaison officer
- Basecamp meals; basecamp sleeping tent, basecamp dining tent, and tables and chairs
- Skillful base camp cooks
- Three meals each day
- Transport to base camp to/from Kathmandu, for you and personal equipment only (boots, ice axe, clothing, sleeping bag), including accommodation and meals on the road
- Yak transport of personal equipment to advanced base camp
- VHF radio
- Emergency equipment and supplies
- Access to team fixed ropes and camps (sites, not tents)
- Two nights stay in a Kathmandu hotel on arrival and two nights prior to departure in a double room. Private rooms are available for a small additional fee.
- British, European, or American leader:
- leadership (not guiding) for the entire expedition
- organization of your Mount Everest Ascent
- Expert climbing Sherpa
- min. 1 sherpa per 2 clients on summit push
- gear allowance, salary, and insurance
- Full base camp with dinning tent, showers, bathroom, and solar charger
- Private tents in basecamp (no sharing)
- Double occupancy tents above base camp
- Use of group gear and supplies
Additional services are available on Mount Everest - Tibet:
- Private Sherpa (personal guide/porter)
- Carries up to 10 kg (22bs) of your personal equipment between camps
- Carries up to 5kg of our personal equipment on summit day
- Climbs with you, melts water, cooks, and will be with you every step of the way.
- Personal equipment carriage service:
- Sherpa carries up to 10kg (22lbs) of personal equipment up and down the mountain between camps.
- Mountain climbing rescue and travel insurance
- Personal climbing equipment and clothing (available on request)
- Additional oxygen bottles (for standard ascent not needed)
- Gratuities for staff
- Nepalese visa
- Cost of jeep transportation if leaving early
Everest Climb Tibet - Expedition itinerary
I. Travel to Everest Base Camp - Tibet, China
Day 1 • Flight to Nepal: We can help you with your travel arrangements. For convenience, we can arrange your direct travel to China (meeting the group on day 7 in Tingri) too.
Day 2 • KTM: Arrive in Kathmandu, pickup from the airport, drive to hotel - 1,350 meters (4,429 feet).
Day 3 • Explore Kathmandu: Our passports go to Chinese embassy for visa, team orientation meeting, purchasing, packing, visit temples, city tour, shopping. Overnight at the hotel
Day 4 • Drive to Tibet: Early morning drive to Rusuwaghadi. Overnight at local Nepalese hotel - 2,557 meters (8,389 feet).
- Lhasa option: Fly from Kathmandu to Lhasa or if you are coming from a city in China, arrive in Lhasa on this day.
Day 5 • Enter Tibet: Border crossing and drive to Gyirong. Stay at CTMA-hotel - 2,700 meters (8,858 feet)
- Lhasa option: Rest in Lhasa, tour Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple, the most sacred building in all of Tibet.
Day 6 • Tibet: Rest and acclimatization in Gyirong. Walk around the local hills. Stay at CTMA-hotel.
- Lhasa option: Drive to Shigatse. Rest and acclimate. Tour the surrounding area. Visit the 15th-century Tashilunpo Monastery, the largest active monastic institution in Tibet.
Day 7 • Tibet: Drive to Tingri, Stay at CTMA-hotel - 4,300 meters 14,108 feet.
- Lhasa option: Drive to Tingri. Rest and acclimate, tour the surrounding area.
Day 8 •Tibet: We stay at Tingri. Rest and acclimate, tour the surrounding area.
Day 9 • Everest, Tibetan Base Camp (EBC): Drive to Chinese / Tibetan basecamp. Camp - 5,200 meters (17,060 feet)
Day 10 • EBC: Rest and acclimatization at the Chinese base. Organize equipment and supplies.
Day 11 • EBC: Acclimatization hike near Chinese base. Meet the Lama and participate in a Puja ceremony.
Day 12 • EBC: Rest & acclimatization in Chinese base. Organize equipment and supplies.
II. Preparation of our Everest Climb from Tibet
Day 13 • Ascent to Advanced Basecamp: Walk with the yaks halfway to interim camp, 5,800 meters (19,029 feet).
Day 14 • Ascent to Advanced Basecamp: Rest and acclimatization at interim camp.
Day 15 • Advanced Basecamp (ABC): Walk with the yaks to advanced base camp at 6,400 meters (20,997 feet).
Day 16 • ABC: Training/rest day at ABC.
Day 17 • ABC: Training/rest day in ABC.
Day 18 • North Col: Climb to the top of the North Col 7,000 meters (22,966 feet). Return to ABC.
Day 19 • ABC: Extra day in case of weather, acclimatization, etc.
Day 20 • EBC: Walk down to Basecamp.
Day 21 • EBC: Rest at our comfortable Chinese base camp.
Day 22 • EBC: Rest at our comfortable Chinese base camp.
Day 23 • Ascend to ABC: Trek to interim camp.
Day 24 • Ascend to ABC: Trek to ABC.
Day 25 • ABC: Rest in ABC.
Day 26 • Camp 1: Climb to North Col, camp 1. Sleep there - 7,000 meters (22,966 feet).
Day 27 • Camp 2: Climb to camp 2, return to ABC.
Day 28 • EBC: Walk down to Basecamp.
Day 29 • Rest: Drive to a lower village for an extended rest.
Day 30 • Rest: Lower village. Explore historical temples and light hiking.
Day 31 • Rest: Rest at lower village.
Day 32 • Rest: Rest at lower village.
Day 33 • EBC: Drive back to Chinese base and rest.
Day 34 • ABC: Trek to ABC.
Day 34 • ABC: Rest in ABC.
III. Summit push - to the top of Everest
Day 35 • Camp 1: Climb to camp 1. Sleep there.
Day 36 • Camp 2: Climb to camp 2, sleep there.
Day 37 • Camp 3: Climb to camp 3, sleep there.
Day 38 • Summit Day: Attempt summit if conditions allow. Summit Mount Everest - 8,848 m (29,029 ft).
Day 39 • Descent: Descend to Camp 1.
Day 40 • Descent: Descend to ABC.
Day 41- 54 • Extra days: We have 14 extra days for your summit attempt: Important reserve for weather, conditions, extra days to acclimatize.
IV. Finishing the Expedition
Day 55 • ABC: Packing in ABC.
Day 56 • EBC: Walk to Chinese Base Camp.
Day 57 • EBC: Packing in basecamp.
Day 58 • Tibet: Early morning drive to Gyirong. Stay at hotel.
Day 59 • Nepal: Early morning drive to Kathmandu. Stay at hotel.
Day 60 • Kathmandu: In Kathmandu. Final packing, celebration, and say goodbye to new friends.
Day 61 • Fly home: Thank you for joining our Mount Everest Expedition
Day 62 • Home: Mount Everest achieved, safely back at home.
Everest North - Participation
- Fullservice-members: You should have 7,000m+ / 23,000 ft+ high-altitude experience and be an independent mountaineer (alpine tours at least AD according to UIAA scale), have experienced camping ad cooking in the wintry conditions. Ice techniques, glacier travel with crampons, and alpine climbing techniques er needed. You should have knowledge of crevasse rescue techniques and of frostbite symptoms, high altitude sicknesses, and their basic treatment.
- Less experienced, you can only join with a 1:1 guide and personal training to climb Mount Everest should be considered.
- Basic-members: To climb Mount Everest without supplementary oxygen and Sherpa support, you should have successfully climbed at least one 8,000m+ peak in a similar style.
"I was there! Summit Climb brought me to the Top under the leadership of Dan. This expedition was not only extremely well organized (all these important details taken care of for you, so that you can concentrate on your inner voyage...and focus on the goal), but we also had lots of excellent food (I am French :-)), as well as fantastic people interactions. If you have a chance: go with Summit Climb, these guys are smashing."
(Jacques aus Frankreich - 05. July 2012 )
Everest Expedition - Ascent from Tibet / China
04. Apr - 04. Jun 2023
In Kathmandu there are countless hotels in all price ranges. We choose a simple hotel at the edge of Thamel for our expeditions. The rooms are simple but clean, there is a simple breakfast. For lunch and dinner, there is a wide range of restaurants in the nearby area, offering great variety.
In Tibet, China, we can not guarantee single room upgrades, and it is more difficult to find hotel upgrades.
Please inquire if you want a little bit more luxury before and after your expedition.
Personal Sherpa - Guide
We test the bottles with our own analysis equipment to guarantee 100% oxygen. On the mountain, our Sherpas carry the oxygen to the high camps. If you want to use more than the 5 personal oxygen bottles, you should order extra bottles in advance.
Lhasa is the capital of Tibet. It was founded in the 7th century near a temple, where today the Potala Palace is located. For Buddhism, Lhasa still has great religious significance and is home to many monks.