Everest Expedition 2012 South cool -61 Days
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Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world measuring 8,848 m(29,028 feet) in height. It was first climbed on May 29, 1953 by a New Zealander Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay of Nepal. Mount Everest is also known by the Tibetan name Chomolangma (Goddess Mother of the Snows), and by the Nepali name Sagarmatha (Mother of the Universe).
Everest had been attempted many times before the important expeditions being that of 1922, 1923 and 1924. The body of George H. L. Mallory, who died in an earlier attempt (1924), was discovered on the mountain in 1999. More than 600 climbers from 20 countries have climbed the summit by various routes from both north and south. Climber’s ages have ranged from nineteen years to sixty. Climbing on Everest is very strictly regulated by both the Nepalese and Chinese governments. Climbing Everest and Treks to Everest Base Camp are becoming increasingly popular on both the north and south sides of the mountain. On the north side, a Buddhist monastery stands at the foot of the Rongbuk Glacier, beneath Everest spectacular north face. The monastery is one of two whose locations were selected specifically to allow religious contemplation of the great peak. The other is the Thyangboche Monastery in Nepal. The once active Rongbuk monastery in Tibet has required much rejuvenation from the destruction it experienced following China’s invasion of Tibet.
Day 1 Hometown to Kathmandu
Day 2 In transit to Kathmandu
Day 3 Arrival Kathmandu. Expedition briefing.
Day 4 In Kathmandu, rest, sightseeing, ministry duties, final packing.
Day 5 Fly to Lukla trek to Phakding for a night at lodge.
Day 6 Trek to Namche Bazaar over night at lodge.
Day 7 Acclimatization hike to Kunde and Khumjung have lunch, visit the Hillary School, Kunde Hospital and return to Namche for the night.
Day 8 Trek to Tengboche, visit the monastery and the new Buddha information facility while there over night at lodge.
Day 9 Morning visit to Tengboche Monastery and Puja ceremony for the team. A very important pre-expedition spiritual event. After the ceremony continue on to Dinboche to spend the night at lodge.
Day 10 Acclimatization hike to Chukung, lunch at there, return to Dingboche to sleep low. Climb high, sleep low rule.
Day 11 Trek to Lobuche, stay in the lodge.
Day 12 Trek to Kala Pattar summit- 18,000 ft. and return to Lobuche for the night.
Day 13 Trek to Everest Base Camp
Day 14 Rest day and organization and performance of any very important ritual. The Puja ceremony to bless your climbing equipment, Sherpas, your food and all other team members. No mountain shall be climbed by the Sherpas without the Puja and ceremony of burning of juniper.
Day 15 Post Puja rest day- very much needed.
Day 16 Climb to Camp 1 through the ice-fall (5500m-6100m) and return to Base Camp.
Day 17 Rest day
Day 18 Climb to Camp 1 (6100m)- spend the night.
Day 19 Climb to Camp 2- (6400m) return to Base Camp for the night. Climb 4- 7 hours , after acclimatization 3 - 5 hours.
Day 20 Rest day
Day 21 Climb to Camp 1- spend the night
Day 22 Climb to Camp 2- spend the night.
Day 23 Retreat to base camp-rest.
Day 24 - 27 Rest days
Day 28 Climb to Camp 3- spend the night.
Day 29 Rest day at Camp 2
Day 30 Climb to Camp 3- spend the night
Day 31 Climb to the South Col- return to Camp 2
Day 32-35 Rest day
Day 36-50 Prepare for summit bid
Day 51-58 Depart Base Camp to Kathmandu- Welcome back party!
Day 59-61 Depart Kathmandu for home (However long it takes and pending ice-fall condition comes late spring.)
Detail Itinerary for Everest Expedition 2012 South cool
- Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu en-route to the Base Camp and on the return including daily breakfast.
- All local transfers in Nepal.
- Cargo bond storage Nepal/ Cargo gear to BC and back.
- Domestic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and return.
- Required Liaison officers
- All peak fees and Ministry of Tourism administration fees.
- All agency fees.
- All Sherpa Base Camp staff.
- All high altitude Sherpa staff, all high altitude Sherpa staff, Sherpa climbers and porters and their equipment. All high altitude Sherpa staff, Sherpa climbers and porters and their equipment.
- All meals en-route to and from the Base Camp, at Base Camp, and on the mountain All meals en-route to and from the Base Camp, at Base Camp, and on the mountain.
- On mountain tents, dinning facility at Camp 2, and organic mountain food.
- Composting ready toilet tent and shower tent.
- Warm, comfortable and bright base camp facilities with sky lights and non polluting LED and solar quiet light.
- Heated dinning tent and solar panels for charging photo equipment and computers.
- All on mountain group equipment, such as tents, stoves, ropes, climbing equipment, party first aid.
- Ice fall permit and fees to Sherpa teams for fixing and maintaining the ladders and ropes.
- Hyperbaric high altitude recovery bag.
- Satellite phones and daily webcasts.
- Sponsorship maintenance
- Weather reports for monitoring mountain weather.
- Professional Avalanche Forecasting- CAA certified.
- Individual radios for climbers and Sherpa.
- Oxygen: 4 bottles above 7800m and plus backup emergency oxygen.
- Availability of second attempt oxygen supplements.
- Top out Masks- the newest technology available, regulators and back up masks.
- Unlimited consultation services from the Everest ER medical facility.
- One to one Sherpa support
- Private Sherpa climber options. Providing a 2 to 1 Sherpa/climber ratio for those who want extra support.
- Custom high altitude down suit options.
- Western Guide leadership who climbs along side you.
- Air travel to Kathmandu from your home town and return.
- Drinks, laundry, postage, telephone calls, and all other items of a personal nature.
- Lunches and evening meals in Kathmandu
- Departure tax at Kathmandu airport (RS1000) or $16.00US
- Personal medical and travel insurance
- Personal spending money
- Communications line charges.
- Personal climbing equipment and gear.
Group joining or your own private group (all prices are in USD)
On Request per person
Fixed Departure Dates
No fixed departure dates for this trip. Please contact us for your intrested date.
The best time to climb Everest is in the spring, March - May.
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Training for a trip
What kind of physical condition should I be in for mountaineering?
Climbing requires strength & endurance. Being in sound physical condition is the single most important aspect for climbers to maximize their climbing potential. The better your physical condition, the more likely you are to perform well and have an enjoyable experience. The most frequent comment we have received over the years is that climbers have underestimated the fitness level needed to fully enjoy their climb. Additionally, inadequate fitness has a direct effect upon the atmosphere, pace, and overall enjoyment of the trip for all team members. We encourage you to consult our office and the resources below when preparing for your climb or course.
Physical conditioning should be approached on two fronts:
Cardiovascular conditioning. Traditionally improved by activity sustained for at least 45-60 minutes, 4-5 times per week. Suggested activities include running, bicycling, swimming, stepping, etc. Proper stretching and warm-up are very important.
Strength conditioning. Traditionally improved by training with free weights or Nautilus machines.
- General conditioning for mountaineering:Hike steep outdoor trails with water weight added to your pack. A physical goal for the course or climb should be to ascend 3,500ft carrying 55-65lbs in a 2-3 hour period. Increasing amounts of water in collapsible plastic jugs can be carried to vary the workout and slowly work up to a heavier pack. (Water weight is suggested so that when the climb up is complete the weight can be dumped to save knees on the downhill return). If you are training in a gym you can use a "Step-Mill" machine that is similar to an escalator or even better an elliptical trainer. If not in a gym stairs or small hills also work well. If you train indoors, be sure to work gradually up to training with a heavy pack & boots.
Mount Everest Expedition Camp Elevation South Ridge in Nepal
Camp 1- 5900m-19,500ft
Camp 2- 6500m-21,300ft
Camp 3- 7300m-24,000ft
Camp 4-7900m -26,000ft