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Mount Everest Expedition 2014 (69 days)

Mount Everest Expedition 2014
Mount Everest Expedition

Mt. Everest is the highest mountain on earth, when measuring the height of its summit above sea level. Everest's summit ridge marks the border between Nepal and China. The summit of Mount Everest is thought to be rising at a rate of around 4 millimeters per year.

The mountain is called "Sagarmatha" in Nepal, which means "Forehead of the Sky" and in Tibetan language it is called Chomolungma or Qomolangma meaning "Mother of the Universe". The mountain was given its English name by Andrew Waugh, the British surveyor-general of India. With both Nepal and Tibet closed to foreign travel, he wrote:

Hence Waugh chose to name the mountain after George Everest, first using the spelling Mont Everest, and then Mount Everest.

To climb Everest there are two main routes, the south-east ridge from Nepal and the north-east ridge from Tibet, as well as thirteen other less frequently climbed routes. Of the two main routes, the south-east ridge is technically easier and is the more frequently-used route. It was the route used by Hillary and Tenzing in 1953. This was, however, a route decision dictated more by politics than by design as the Tibetan border was closed to foreigners in 1949.

Most attempts are made during April and May before the summer monsoon season. A change in the jet stream at this time of year also reduces the average wind speeds high on the mountain. While attempts are sometime made after the monsoon in September and October but the additional snow deposited by the monsoon makes climbing even more difficult.

Mount Everest South Side Expedition
After few days acclimatization and observation the himalayas at the Everest Base Camp, we start up through the Icefall to the Camp1 early morning and return to our more comfortable Base Camp. Our practice leader at Base camp will guide all the members to become familiar with Icefall. We provide our valuable expedition members enough time to be acclimatizing with environment, altitude before we head to Camp3 and Camp4. Our Everest summit plan in general will be a single push on 7-9 days from Base Camp as follows: Everest Base Camp to Camp1, Camp1 to Camp2, Camp2 to Camp3, Camp3 to Camp4 to Summit to Camp4, Camp4 to Camp2, Camp2 to Base Camp and continue walk back to Lukla and fly to Kathmandu. The Summit program will be dependent upon weather and snow conditions.

Everest Base Camp: 17700ft. / 5380m
Base camp is situated at the Khumbu Glacier, on active ice which melts during monsoon and camp side moves slightly every year. Our professional base camp sherpa and helpers manage comfortable camp side. There will be practice ladders at Base Camp so that Members will have the chance to become familiar with how to walk across these before travelling through the Icefall for the first time. We take plenty of time exploring Khumbu Ice Fall, Kala Pathar, Gorakshep for well acclimatizes before we head to the Camp 1.

Camp 1: 19900ft. / 6065m
Camp 1 is situated at the height of 19900ft. / 6065m on flat area of snow endless snow deep crevasses and mountain walls. Because of the Sun's reflection from this place we get warm and hitting ambience at this place. In the night we listen the deep murmuring cracking sounds of crevasses beneath our tent, where we have to walk to reach camp 2.

Camp 2: 21300ft. / 6500m
Camp 2 is situated at the height of 21300ft. / 6500m . It is located at the foot of the icy mount Lhotse wall though where we have to go ahead. Some time wind here seems very violent enough to destroy the tents. Hear bad clouds roll-in from the low range of the Himalayan valleys to the bottom of our camp 2. After climbing these palaces we reach camp 3.

Camp 3: 24500ft. / 7470m
Located at the height of 24500ft. / 7470m., adjoining to mount Lhotse wall. After climbing 4000ft by using fixed rope on Lhotse wall prior acclimatization it leads us to camp IV. Also on the way we have to ascend the steep allow bands (lose, down -slopping and rotten limestone). From their crossing short snowfield the route moves ahead up the Geneva Spur to the east before finishing the flats of the south col. (Another wells name meaning Saddle of pass). As you are climbing over 22000ft oxygen should probably be use incase of needed.

Camp 4: 26000ft. / 7920m
Located at height of 26000ft / 7920m. It is the last camp of the Expedition to reach on top of highest mountain on earth; it is only about 500 m to the top. Camp4 to the summit is the final and dangerous climbing because it is weighty snowy and violent winds. The best way to reach on top is via the narrow South-East ridge and it this is the final and dangerous part of the climbing. This place is besieged by ferocious and violent winds. The normal best way to reach to summit is via the narrow South - East Ridge to the summit.

Itinerary
Mt. Everest Expedition Itinerary:
Everest Expedition South Side (2014 spring)
Itinerary:
03 April 2014 (Day 01): Arrival Kathmandu
04 April 2014 (Day 02): Kathmandu / Explore around Kathmandu
05 April 2014 (Day 03): Free day in Kathmandu, prepared the equipments for expedition
06 April 2014 (Day 04): Brefing in Ministry of Tourism
07 April 2014 (Day 05): Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding (2600m)
08 April 2014 (Day 06): Fakding to Namche (3440m)
09 April 2014 (Day 07): Namche Bazaar (3450m)
10 April 2014 (Day 08): Namche Bazaar to Tengboche (3870m)
11 April 2014 (Day 09): Tengboche to Dingboche (4389m)
12 April 2014 (Day 10): Dingboche to Lobuche (4910m)
13 April 2014 (Day 11): Lobuche – Ghorakshep (5190m)
14 April 2014 (Day 12): Gorakshep to Everest Base Camp (5380m)
15 April 2014 (Day 13)
To (15 April to 04 June / 52 days)
04 June 2014 (Day 63): Climbing Period for South Route to Mt. Everest (8848m)
05 June 2014 (Day 64): Everest Base Camp to Pangboche (3800m)
06 June 2014 (Day 65): Pangboche to Namche (3440m)
07 June 2014 (Day 66): Namche to Lukla (2800m)
08 June 2014 (Day 67): Lukla to Kathmandu
09 June 2014 (Day 68): Free day
10 June 2014 (Day 69): Departure
Trip Outline
  • Trekking days - 60
  • Total days - 69
  • Min. Altitude - (2800m./9186ft.)
  • Max. Altitude - (8848m./29029ft.)
  • Overal walking - 5/6 hrs P/D
  • Trip Nature - Climbing And Expedition
  • Difficulty - Very Hard
  • Min. group size - 2
  • Age Limit -
  • Best Time - April, May, June, October, November, December
Services
Service Includes up to Base Camp
1. All land transportation arrival and departure transfer services to and from Airport both Domestic and International with other necessary surface transport as per itinerary.
2. Assistance at the International airport by Utmost Adventure Trekking's representative while arriving and departing.
3. 6 Nights Hotel accommodations in Kathmandu at 3/4 star Hotel on Bed & Breakfast plan (before & after expedition).
4. Schedule flight KTM/Lukla/KTM for member, Liaison officer & Expedition staffs.
5. Transport of food supply & expedition equipments to Base Camp & back.
6. Full board in lodges during trekking to base camp and back.
7. Base Camp single sleeping tent & Mattress for each member, BC staffs & Liaison Officer.
8. All kitchen tent, store tent, dining tents, toilet tent, table, chairs & cooking utensils for BC.
9. Fresh Food (we serve hygienic foods) and fuel at Base Camp.
10. Service of Government Liaison Officer.
11. Service of cook and kitchen boy at Base Camp.
12. Equipments allowance, daily wages of cook, kitchen boys & Liaison officer.
13. Insurance of cook, kitchen boy, Liaison Officer and porters.
14. Expedition Permit fee of Mt. Everest.
15. Sagarmatha National Park entrance fee.
16. Khumbu Ice Fall route fee.
17. 2 Expedition duffel bag for each member.
18. Generator or Solar panel at Base Camp for light and charging.
19. Sat Phone available at Base Camp, but nominal charge for use.
20. Emergency medical oxygen at Base Camp.
21. Visa extension fee.
22. Agency service charge.
23. Government Tax/Vat

Service does not include
01. International airfare from/to your country.
02. Nepal entry visa fee (can be obtained at the airport at upon arrival).
03. Lunch and dinner during your stay in Kathmandu.
04. Hotel after 6 night stay in Kathmandu.
05. Personal climbing gear and equipment above Base Camp.
06. High Tents above Base Camp.
07. High altitude food and fuel above Base Camp.
08. Oxygen & Mask and regulator (will be provided as per request).
09. Personal insurance such as travel, accident, medical, emergency evacuation & lost luggage.
10. Applicable permit fees & customs charges, etc. for SAT phone, communication equipment & commercial filming.
11. Expenses of personal nature such as drinks, laundry, postage, telephone etc.
12. Tips and bonuses.
13. Garbage deposit.
Long Itinerary
Mt. Everest Expedition South Side (2014 Spring)

03 April 2014 (Day 01): Arrival Kathmandu
Welcome to Himalayan country of Nepal. Upon your arrival at the Tribhuvan intl. airport our representative welcomes you and assists to transfer in your hotel in Kathmandu (1,300m). After time to get refreshed, evening you will meet and transfer for welcome dinner in one of the typical Nepalese restaurant in the heart of Kathmandu and after meal briefing about your trip and overnight at Hotel.

04 April 2014 (Day 02): Kathmandu / Explore around Kathmandu
Today, morning we will ready after your breakfast to head on for our relaxing guided day trip to world heritage sites in Kathmandu valley and visit the highlights of Kathmandu and the surrounding areas. We take you to visit the pilgrimage sites of Hindus temple Pashupatinath, one of the most important shrine of Shiva temples on the subcontinent which is place of thousand of devotees, Saddhus (holy men/Baba), and can be seen the cremating body most of the times in the holy riverbank of Bagmati. Hundreds of monkeys are giggling with you and take a time to exploring surrounding area and visit Bouddhanath stupa an another pilgrimage centre which is most popular and important place for Buddhist. You can explore with rounding prayer wheel and flattering colorful flag with melodious chanting noise. After your lunch at Bouddha visit Swoyambhunath stupa also known as monkey temple covering wide range of area with highest point of Kathmandu valley and enjoy the 360 degrees of valley view. After exploring the surrounding areas visit to Kathmandu Durbar Square which is old royal palace of Kathmandu and can be seen lot of temple, architectures and Kumari (living goddess) and walk in a freak street and late afternoon back to hotel and evening briefing about your trip, what is your responsibility, what to do and does not in the trek? Introduce with our fellow trekking staff and chances to ask remaining question and simply relax at the hotel.

05 April 2014 (Day 03):Free day in Kathmandu
Prepared the equipment for expedition. Overnight at hotel.

06 April 2014 (Day 04): Briefing in Ministry of Tourism
We take you to the office of Tourism Ministry for briefing program. And free day. Overnight at hotel.

07 April 2014 (Day 05): Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding (2600m)
Kathmandu to Phakding (2600m) Early morning flies to Lukla (2800m). Trek to Phakding around 3 hrs easy walk. Overnight at Teahouse lodge.

08 April 2014 (Day 06): Fakding to Namche (3440m) Fakding to Namche (3440m)
Early wake-up today because this is a big push.  First part is pretty easy.  Today is a higher altitude day so slow and steady will work best.  You can see Mount Everest (Chomo-lungma) from the new style bridge crossing at Dudh Koshi .Keep walking up to Nauje (Namche Bazaar).  We will have nice hot snacks in Nauje which has many Sherpa shops, lodges, and restaurants.  Nauje (Sherpa name for Namche Bazaar) is a fun place for both Sherpas and trekkers to enjoy.

09 April 2014 (Day 07): Namche Bazaar (3450m)
Acclimatization day which gives us time for a sightseeing tour or an excursion towards the village of Thame or Khumjung, which has fantastic views of Mt. Thamserku (6608 m), Ama-Dablam (6856 m), Mt. Lhotse (8510m), Mt. Everest (8848m), Mt. Nuptse (7861m), Island Peak (6189m), Tobuche (6367m) and many mountains. Overnight at lodge.

10 April 2014 (Day 08): Namche Bazaar to Tengboche (3870m)
Walking about 5 hrs. Our journey starts to walk with sunshine great views of the Everest, Lhoste, Nuptse and Ama Dablam. Steep descent towards a bridge over the Dudh Kosi at (3250m), which is deepest valley after Namche and Before Base Camp and then climb up a zigzagging path through rhododendron bushes. Some superb mountain sceneries towards Tengpoche, famous for its legendary monastery, the largest in Khumbu. Overnight at lodge.

11 April 2014 (Day 09): Tengboche to Dingboche (4389m)
Walking around 5 hrs. An easy descent through woods towards a suspension bridge over the Imja Khola river, then a steady climb up to Pheriche via Pangboche (3930m) that houses the most ancient monastery in the region and continue to Dingboche. Overnight at lodge.

12 April 2014 (Day 10): Dingboche to Lobuche (4910m)
Walking about 5 hrs. The trail starts from the easy walk but is little bit difficult walk cause of high altitude. After 3 hrs walking distance, the trail starts to climb up to the Memorial Camp and continue to Lobuche. Visit to Italian Research Camp, views of many mountains including Nuptse, Pumori (7165m), Khumbu Ice Fall etc. Overnight at lodge.

13 April 2014 (Day 11): Lobuche to Ghorakshep (5190m)
Walking in the Khumbu valley alongside of Khumbu Glacier and after Ghorakshep walking along the glacier or some time on glacier too. Hard catching breathes and spends some time at Gorakshep. Overnight at teahouse lodge.

14 April 2014 (Day 12): Gorakshep to Everest Base Camp (5380m)
We take it easy day to move to the Base camp. Overnight at hotel.

15 April 2014 (Day 13) To 04 June (Day 62):
Climbing Period for South Route to Mt. Everest (8848m)
Base camp is situated at the Khumbu Glacier, on active ice which melts during monsoon and camp side moves slightly every year. Our professional base camp sherpa and helpers manage comfortable camp side. There will be practice ladders at Base Camp so that Members will have the chance to become familiar with how to walk across these before travelling through the Icefall for the first time. We take plenty of time exploring Khumbu Ice Fall, Kala Pathar, Gorakshep for well acclimatizes before we head to the Camp 1.

Camp 1: 19900ft. / 6065m
Camp 1 is situated at the height of  19900ft. / 6065m  on flat area of snow endless snow deep crevasses and mountain walls. Because of the Sun's reflection from this place we get warm and hitting ambience at this place. In the night we listen the deep murmuring cracking sounds of crevasses beneath our tent, where we have to walk to reach camp 2.

Camp 2: 21300ft. / 6500m
Camp 2 is situated at the height of  21300ft. / 6500m. It is located at the foot of the icy mount Lhotse wall though where we have to go ahead. Some time wind here seems very violent enough to destroy the tents. Hear bad clouds roll-in from the low range of the Himalayan valleys to the bottom of our camp 2. After climbing these palaces we reach camp 3.

Camp 3: 24500ft. / 7470m
Located at the height of  24500ft. / 7470m, adjoining to mount Lhotse wall. After climbing 4000ft by using fixed rope on Lhotse wall prior acclimatization it leads us to camp IV. Also on the way we have to ascend the steep allow bands (lose, down -slopping and rotten limestone). From their crossing short snowfield the route moves ahead up the Geneva Spur to the east before finishing the flats of the south col. (Another wells name meaning Saddle of pass). As you are climbing over 22000ft oxygen should probably be use incase of needed.

Camp 4: 26000ft. / 7920m
Located at height of  26000ft. / 7920m. It is the last camp of the Expedition to reach on top of highest mountain on earth; it is only about 500 m to the top. Camp4 to the summit is the final and dangerous climbing because it is weighty snowy and violent winds. The best way to reach on top is via the narrow South-East ridge and it this is the final and dangerous part of the climbing. This place is besieged by ferocious and violent winds. The normal best way to reach to summit is via the narrow South - East Ridge to the summit.

05 June 2014 (Day 63): Everest Base Camp to Pangboche (3800m)
Gharak Shep – Kalaptthar (5550m) – Lobuche
Wake up early morning and walk up to Kalapatter for Sun rise Views of Everest, Nupse, Lohtse, Pumori just above and Khumbutse and beautiful views of Khumbu Glaciar and back down to Lodge and walk down to Lobuche. Overnight at teahouse lodge.

06 June 2014 (Day 64): Pangboche to Namche (3440m)
Trek back to Namche Bazaar. Overnight at teahouse lodge.

07 June 2014 (Day 65): Namche to Lukla (2800m)
Trek back to Lukla. About 6 hours walk will finished our great journey to the highest mountain. Overnight at teahouse lodge.

08 June 2014 (Day 66): Lukla to Kathmandu

09 June 2014 (Day 67): Free day

10 June 2014 (Day 67): Departure
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