Mount Everest - die klassische Ansicht von Norden.

Mount Everest Northcol - Trek & Expedition

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Technical skills: Hiking

Mountaineering

Technical scale: Mountaineering skills required for our expeditions, alpine tours and demanding trekking.
 
1 - easy
2 - quite difficult
3 - difficult
4 - very difficult
5 - extreme
 
Mountaineering is the underlying ability to climb any mountain. On classic expeditions, many exposed areas are secured.
 

1 - easy / simple

"Easy" on expedition already includes mountaineering in alpine terrain or on glaciers up to grad ZS/AD "quite difficult" according to alpine scale. Exposed areas and crevasses are fixed if possible. Basic knowledge in handling ice axe / crampons and rope is required.

2 - quite difficult

Route with extensive passages in the grad ZS/AD: Safe handling with an ice ax, crampons and rope are required. Exposed places or crevasses are fixed if possible or walked in rope team.

3 - difficult

Persistent suspended passages must be managed. These will be insured if possible. Mountaineering on the alpine scale S/D "difficult" with exposed climbing passages (up to IV. UIAA degree). Good use of crampons and rope is required, as well as safe climbing in combined terrain.
 

4 - very demanding

Exposed and demanding route. The difficulties range up to the alpine scale SS/TD "very difficult" and are mostly insured. Dealing with fixed rope and climbing clamps, increased demands on climbing technique, physical conditions and experience are required, as are all the demands of "difficult" mountaineering.
 

5 - extreme

Very demanding mountaineering, even without the possibilities of protection. The terrain will rarely exceed the alpine difficulty SS/TD, but can reach the requirements of the alpine scale AS/ES "extremely difficult". Above-average ability and a lot of experience in alpine mountaineering are expected.
 
Danger Warning: For safety reasons, your personal skills and sufficient experience are required for each expedition and ascent (specific description under Information / Requirements).

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).

1 - Active Tour
Easy treks to EBC or on top of Kilimanjaro. You should be an active person.
 
2 - Sportive Tour
More demanding treks, simple climbs, like the climb of Elbrus. You should be a sportive person regularly exercising (at least 2-3x per week).
 
3 - Demanding Trek / Expedition
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.
 
4 - High Endurance - Expedition
To climb Everest (with oxygen-support) or some of the "easier" 8000m peaks you need a strong endurance. You should train specifically at least 4-5x per week.
 
5 - Very high Endurance - Expedition
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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Mount Everest Northcol - Trek & Expedition

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Airport of departure:

Berlin, Frankfurt oder München.


Everest North Col - Costs and Services

Dear climber, our home valley lies in Switzerland so all our information is originally in German. Yet, we are currently translating this page into English! Work is in progress, but please contact us if you are interested in this tour.

Mount Everest - North Col Trekking

1.Tag - Flug nach Nepal: Individueller Abflug per Linienflug ab Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, München, Wien. oder Zürich am Nachmittag.

2.Tag - Kathmandu, Nepal: Ankunft in Kathmandu am frühen Nachmittag, Unterbringung in einem komfortablen Hotel, Treffen der Gruppe,

3.Tag - Kathmandu, Nepal: Expeditionseinführung und Abklärung der Einreisegenehmigung mit der chinesischen Botschaft (unsere Reisepässe müssen dorthin), Organisation vom Permit, Material-Check. 

4.Tag - Langtang: Früh geht es los Richtung tibetische Grenze. Die Reise führt furch das Langtang-Gebirge über Dhunche in Richtung Syapru Besi reisen wir an die tibetische Grenze. Vors. übernachten wir in Rusuwaghadi (ca. 2600m) in einem einfachem Hotel.

=> Option am Tag 4: Flug nach Lhasa

5.Tag - Tibet: Nur ein kurzes Stück geht es heute mit dem Bus weiter, bis wir Gyrikong (2700 m) erreichen.

=> Option am Tag 5: Lhasa Besichtigung inkl. Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple (3600m)

6. Tag - Tibet: In Gyrikong (2700m) planen wir einen weiteren Tag zur Akklimatisation, untergebracht sind wir in einem bequemen Hotel. Zum Zeitvertreib und zur Akklimatisation können wir eine Wanderung bis in eine Höhe ca. 4500 m unternehmen.

=> Option am Tag 6: Tibet Overland Fahrt von Lhasa nach Shigatse (4000m)

7. Tag - Tibet: Entlang des Gyrikong Zangbo Flusses fahren wir weiter, dann östlich über einen 5000m-hohen Pass in die Hochebene um Tingri (4340 m) mit Blick auf Mount Everest und den Cho Oyu. Wir übernachten in einem einfachen Hotel.

=> Option am Tag 7: Tibet Overland Fahrt von Shigatse nach Tingri (4340m), ab dort wieder gemeinsames Programm.

8.Tag - Tingri, Tibet: Weiterer Tag in Tingri. Ruhe oder Wanderung zur Akklimatisation.

9. Tag – Everest Basislager: Wir fahren ins chinesische Fahrerlager. Das Basislager wurde schon errichtet, es folgt die Einrichtung und Organisation der persönlichen Ausrüstung (5100m)
 
10. Tag – Everest Basislager: Akklimatisation / Ruhetag (5100m)
 
11. Tag – Everest Basislager: Bis auf 6000 Meter Höhe bieten sich viele schöne Wanderung um das Basislager an. Übernachtung im Basislager (5100m)
 
12. Tag – Everest Basislager: Akklimatisation / Ruhetag (5100m)
 
13. Tag – Everest Trek: Entlang des Rongbuk Gletschers steigen wir Richtung ABC (Advanched Base Camp) und übernachten auf ca. 5800 Metern Höhe im Zwischenlager.
 
14. Tag – Rongbuk Gletscher: Am Ruhetag im Zwischenlager geniessen wir das Ambiente der umliegenden Gletscherwelt.
 
15. Tag – Everest ABC, 6300m: Aufstieg zum ABC (Advanched Base Camp), dem 2. Basislager, welches der eigentliche Ausgangsort für die Mount Everest Besteigungen und dem Nordsattel.
 
16. Tag – Everest ABC: Ruhetag /Reservetag und Organisation des Lagers.
 
17. Tag – Training: Wir trainieren im Gletscher alle notwendigen Techniken für den Aufstieg zum Nordsattel wie die Verwendung von Jümar/Steigklemme am Fixseil, Selbstsicherung und Abseilen.
 
18. Tag – Richtung North Col: Eine Erkundungsausflug Richtung Nordsattel dient auch unserer Akklimatisation.
 
19. Tag – Everest ABC: Reservetag / Ruhetag
 
20. Tag – North Col, 7020m: Wir steigen die 700 Höhenmeter über Gletscher und eine Eisflanke zum Nordsattel. Von dort sieht man den weiteren Aufstieg zum Mount Everest entlang des Nordgrats. Abstieg ins Everest ABC (6300m).
 
21. Tag - Everest BC: Zusammenpacken und Abstieg ins Basislager
 
22. Tag - Everest Reserve: Ruhetag / weiterer Reservetag für Wetter, etc.
 
23. Tag – Tibet: Rückfahrt nach Gyirong
 
24. Tag – Nepal: Rückfahrt nach Kathmandu
 
25. Tag – Kathamndu: Es bleibt Zeit sich zu packen, zu feiern und sich von den neu gewonnen Freunden zu verabschieden. In der Nacht oder früh am nächsten Tag zum Flughafen.
 
26. Tag – Rückflug: Ankunft in Deutschland, Österreich oder der Schweiz (zurück in der Heimat).

Participation - North Col Trek

Soon you will find more information on joining our North Col Tour translated.

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Mount Everest Northcol - Trek & Expedition

03. Apr - 28. Apr 2021


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Lhasa Experience

Should I fly to Kathmandu, Nepal or Lhasa, Tibet?

We are now offering a Lhasa option at the start of the expedition for those members wishing to tour this ancient capital of Tibet before arriving at basecamp. The cost starts at $2450 USD.

Most members fly to Kathmandu first because of the excellent equipment shopping and because it is easiest. From Kathmandu, you will fly to Lhasa on the day the rest of the team leaves by motor vehicle. There are two to three flights each week. The flight takes about 1 hour and 45 minutes and goes over Mount Everest. It's only possible to take 20 kilos on the flight, so your big expedition bags will be brought to basecamp by truck from Kathmandu.

Some members wish to fly to Lhasa from another city in China. We can also help you to arrange that.

Upon arrival in Lhasa, you will rest for 2 nights and one day. It's important that you use the rest day to get acclimated to the high altitude. Also, during your rest day in Lhasa, you could visit the beautiful Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple.

It is a three-day drive from Lhasa to basecamp. You will be driven in government cars. One car can hold four people and some luggage. If you have a lot of luggage you may incur high excess baggage penalties. Generally, you only bring a small bag with essentials and all your climbing equipment and clothing go on the truck overland. The cost of hotels and meals are included in the transport cost. If you wish to do the Lhasa option, please tell us as soon as possible.

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