Fixed Departure Dates of Everest Expedition
To stand atop Everest is a dream for every alpinist. That’s understandable, as it is the highest point on earth at the altitude of 8848m (29029ft). Everest has attracted mountaineers from all over the world for decades and continues to do so. It’s glorifying history, and the alluring natural appeal is what makes these climbers dream so big, bigger than Everest itself.
After the first ascent in 1953, Everest was opened for mountaineers to climb. Out of the several attempts to conquer the peak, some made it while some of the top mountaineers couldn’t. Several expeditions turned into disasters while some made history.
Even after all these years, Everest stands tall and lures mountaineers with its beauty. If you’re one of those mountaineers, join us on our expedition to Everest. You can prepare yourself to immerse in the local culture and experience an adventure while being in safe hands. We believe expeditions are much more than climbing hence we have tailored a perfect package where you can explore more of Nepal and its culture with comfort.
The expedition is 63 days long with frequent climbing exercises across 4 camps and basecamp at different altitudes:
Camp I (6000m/20000ft): Your camp is set up at a flat area of mountain walls where there’s a perfect reflection of sunlight that heats up the ambiance.
Camp II (6400m/21000ft): The camp II is set up at the foot of the Lhotse wall at the altitude of 21000ft. At times, the wind here can be very strong and is powerful enough to destroy our tents. Otherwise, the weather is good. We will have a fixed full camping set up with a kitchen, dining tents, and kitchen crews.
Camp III (7100m/23294ft): This camp is set up adjoining Mount Lhotse wall. You will notice the decreased presence of oxygen on reaching Camp III. You can choose to use oxygen cylinders in case you need one.
Camp IV (8000m/ 26300ft): This is the final camp set up about 848m below the summit. Here the wind is ferocious. This is the final, dangerous, and challenging part of the expedition.
Short History of Everest Expedition
Several attempts were made starting from Britishers in the 1920s to scale Everest. However it was only in 1953, Sir Edmund Hilary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa scaled Everest for the first time using the southeast ridge. Prior to that multiple unsuccessful attempts were made from the northside. There are two main routes leading to the summit of Everest. One is the standard route from southeast Nepal, while the other is from the north in Tibet.
Technically Everest climbing is not that tough, however, other challenges like weather and wind, altitude sickness, and unpredictable avalanches make it a challenging experience. You need experience and expertise in mountaineering to scale Everest. If you have some previous experience of climbing and a strong willingness, you can join us on this journey with experts who have years of experience of extreme altitude mountaineering.
Why You Will Love Mount Everest Expedition
- You can enjoy this expedition which is one of the longest expeditions, full of challenges and opportunities unlike any other.
- You will be standing at the top of the highest mountain in the world which is a glorious feeling in itself.
- Our guided expedition ensures that you get the best guides and Sherpas renowned around the globe.
- You get to experience the traditional Sherpa culture and lifestyle of people and experience their warm hospitality.
- Acclimatization summit of Island or Lobuche Peak for 1 time.
- While going for the expedition, you’ll be trekking through beautiful hills, forests, rivers, and villages that are picturesque and pleasing.
- You will receive the best available services from basecamp to the top.
- You can experience the magnificent Himalayas, unlike anywhere else in the world.
Is Mount Everest Expedition Right For You?
- The Everest expedition takes you to the highest point on earth. So, to join the trip, you must be aware of what you’re stepping into.
- For this expedition, the permit from the Nepal Government is available only if you have prior climbing experience in Nepal at any of 6000+M peaks. Also, you will need to submit a health report stating that your health condition is good enough.
- The budget is another significant aspect of this expedition. The permit alone costs $11000, while the overall cost might range to something around $ 30000-$45000. Many climbers claim collecting the budget is as hard as climbing itself.
- Besides physical strength, the Everest expedition also demands mental toughness. The ability to make the right decision at the right time and work as a team is essential for the success of the expedition.
- During the expedition, for the first few days, you’ll be staying in well-facilitated hotels. But once you reach the base camp, the accommodation facilities are pretty basic. You’ll be staying in tents and eating regular/basic food for around 2 months. So, be prepared for that.
Day to Day Itinerary – Everest Expedition
|Days||Itinerary||Altitude(in meters)||Duration(in hours)|
|Day 01||Arrival In Kathmandu Airport And Transfer To Hotel||1400||-|
|Day 02||Rest And Preparation Day For Assignment & Briefing||1400||-|
|Day 03||Fly From Kathmandu To Lukla(2840m) and Trek To Phakding||2610||4 hours|
|Day 04||Trek From Phakding To Namche Bazaar||3440||7 hours|
|Day 05||Acclimatization day in Namche||-||-|
|Day 06||Trek From Namche Bazaar To Tengboche||3860||5 hours|
|Day 07||Trek From Tengboche To Pheriche / Dingboche||4410||5 hours|
|Day 08||Trek From Pheriche / Dingboche To Lobuche||4910||4 hours|
|Day 09||Lobuche Rest Day For Acclimatization||-||-|
|Day 10||Trek From Lobuche To Gorakshep||5164||3 hours|
|Day 11||Trek From Gorakshep To Everest Base Camp||5364||2 hours|
|Day 12-57||Climbing Period (Summit Period For Summit)||8848|
|Day 58||Clean Base Camp and Trek To Lobuche||4910|
|Day 59||Lobuche to Tengboche||3860||7-8 hours|
|Day 60||Tengboche to Namche Bazar||3440||3-4 hours|
|Day 61||Namche Bazar to Lukla||2850||4-5 hours|
|Day 62||Lukla to Kathmandu, Farewell dinner /group celebration||1400||45 minutes flight|
|Day 63||Rest day in Kathmandu or Departure||1400||-|
Mount Everest Expedition Itinerary (63 Days)Expand/Close
On the first day as you arrive at Kathmandu airport, our representative will greet you at the airport and guide you to your hotel. The hotel will be a 3-star or 5-star hotel depending on your package. You can rest throughout the day or even explore a little and taste delicious Nepali cuisine by the evening for dinner.
- Accommodation at a 3-star hotel.
- Authentic and delicious Nepali cuisine for dinner.
Your second day in Nepal will be spent in Kathmandu. You will have plenty of time for all kinds of last-minute preparations before the adventure kicks off. Besides that, there will be a briefing session with your guide to give you a clear picture of the itinerary.
The briefing will be helpful to clear all your doubts if there’s any. It is also an opportunity to know your guide better as you will be on the journey for a long time.
- Introduction and briefing about the trip with the guide
- Last-minute preparation in Kathmandu
- Explore the markets of Kathmandu
You will be introduced to your guide for dinner. Followed by the dinner is a short briefing session where you can get complete insights and be clear on your queries. The session will last for about half an hour. You will also receive your permit. Do not forget to attend the session.
Starting from the third day, you set out on the journey to the top of the world. Early morning you will take a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. It is a thrilling flight with spectacular views of the Himalayas.
The flight over the mountains is a perfect start to the adventure of a lifetime. A 45 minutes flight takes you from 1400m in Kathmandu to Lukla at 2840m, which is the gateway to Everest.
Followed by the flight is a half-day trek from Lukla to Phakding. After having lunch in Lukla, you are out on the trails passing through dense rhododendron forest and some small villages along the way. The trail is fairly easy on the first day with 4 hours of walk hike, which is mostly downhill. After reaching Phakding, it is time to call the day off and enjoy the serenity.
- Exhilarating flight over the great Himalayan range.
- Exquisite views of the world’s highest peaks, including Everest.
- Short downhill walk through rhododendron forests
- Walkthrough traditional Sherpa villages
On day four, the trek starts after a quick breakfast in Phakding. This day is the first full day hike of the trek. Warm-up a little and hit the trails passing through the highest altitude national park, the Sagarmatha National Park. You can expect to see wildflowers, dense forests of pine trees and rhododendrons. If you’re lucky enough, you may as well see some wildlife.
You will come across small Sherpa villages that reflect the traditions and culture of these mountain people. Beautiful stone houses provide picturesque scenery throughout the hike. Namche Bazaar, which is the headquarter of the Khumbu region, is our destination for the day. After about 7 hours of walking, you’ll reach Namche Bazaar.
- Walkthrough one of the highest altitude national parks, the Sagarmatha National Park.
- Witness the wilderness of Himalayas firsthand
- Immerse yourself into the traditional Sherpa culture
- Night at a well-facilitated lodge.
On this day you will sit back, relax, and enjoy the beauty of Namche. Get up early at around 5 in the morning for a sunrise view. You may as well hike to Everest View Hotel for spectacular 360-degree views of the highest mountains in the world. It is a 2 Hrs uphill walk from Namche Bazaar.
While in Namche Bazaar, you can visit the Hilary Museum named after Sir Edmund Hilary. The museum reflects the long-glorifying history of the mountaineering community.
Likewise, there is a Sherpa Museum too. There you can find a prototype of a traditional sherpa house to help you get a better insight into the Sherpa culture.
Besides, you can sit in a restaurant and enjoy quality food or collect souvenirs from the local market. Do not sleep during the day as it may negatively affect the acclimatization process.
- Early morning hike to the Everest View Hotel for unmatchable views of surrounding peaks
- Visit the Hilary Museum
- Get familiar with a traditional sherpa culture visiting the Sherpa Museum.
- Explore the local market and enjoy your dinner in a quality restaurant
Do not sleep or drink during the day time on the day of acclimatization. Sleeping and drinking will not let your body acclimatize properly to the altitude. Seeing all the fancy looking bars and pubs sometimes can be alluring for a couple of drinks with friends. But, you can do all the celebrations on the way back.
After enjoying a day in Namche acclimatizing, you continue your hike the next day. Day 6 is easy in terms of walking. Since the walk is not so steep, you will be walking on easy trails. It is also the day when mountains start to appear all around you. You will be awestruck with the beautiful mountain views all around you.
Soak yourself into the beauty of the Himalayas enjoying the trail. Many trekkers regard this day of the trek as the most rewarding one. The trail to Tengboche follows through small villages and forests passing through Imja Khola and finally reaching the spiritual epicenter of the Khumbu region.
Do not forget to check out the biggest monastery in the Khumbu region, the Tengboche Monastery.
- Feel the spiritual energy of the mountains
- Visit the largest monastery of the region, Tengboche Monastery.
- Walk alongside the Dudh Kunda river.
- Exquisite view of mountains to constantly keep you motivated
After a delicious breakfast in Tengboche, you start your hike descending through a hillside towards the small village of Deboche. Deboche is a secluded place with its unique charm. Leaving Deboche behind, you cross multiple suspension bridges over the Imja Khola. For our lunch break, we stop at Pangboche, which is a comparatively bigger settlement that we come across on this day.
Views of Amadablam are the best from Pangboche. From Pangbocbhe, the trail is uphill with prayer flags alongside mani walls. Since you will be above the altitude of 4000m mark, it is ideal for getting some rest and acclimatizing before continuing further.
Dingboche is a village known for its agricultural livelihood. Though it is above 4000 meters, it receives rainfall from the monsoon, making it favorable for food production. You will be at Dingboche in the afternoon and can enjoy the rest of the day as you wish.
- Cross multiple suspension bridges with prayer flags.
- Mesmerizing views of Ama Dablam and several other peaks.
- Pass through multiple settlements above 4000 m
The trek on this day begins with a short climb to the Pheriche valley. Walking through the valley, you will notice the difference in the landscape. Alpine shrubs and yak pastures are frequently encountered. Surrounding peaks of Tawoch, Cholotse, and Ama Dablam are an absolute delight to the eyes.
Since you will be walking at the altitude above 4500m, we suggest you go slow. From there, the trail continues to Thokla Pass. That’s where the ascent becomes a bit challenging. However, the views will make you forget all your troubles. On reaching Lobuche, you are rewarded with panoramic views of Nuptse, Lhotse, and some other above 7000-meter peaks.
- The surrounding rocky landscape with a few alpine shrubs
- Delightful panoramic views of Nuptse, Lhotse, and some other 7000 meter peaks.
- An excellent day for photographers and videographers.
You will rest and acclimatize in Lobuche while enjoying the majestic views of surrounding peaks. Peaks like Lhotse, Nuptse including many others above 7000m surround the valley of Lobuche. Though Lobuche marks the end of quality hotels in the Everest region, you need to stay here and acclimatize. You can take pictures, observe the local lifestyle, or just rest on this day.
- Majestic views of peaks like Nuptse, Lhotse, and some other above 7000 m.
- Get a chance to know the local sherpa culture better.
Do not doze off during the day as it can harm your acclimatization process.
After an early breakfast in Lobuche the next day, you will head out for Gorakshep. It is an exciting day as you will be walking just for a few hours at the altitude above 5000m.
You will have the option of either going for the top of Kalapatthar to enjoy the best view of Everest or save yourself some time for rest.
The trail to Gorakshep is a bit rough but a short one. It takes just 3 hours to reach Gorakshep from Lobuche.
- An easy walking day with just a few hours of walk.
- Exceptional views and a rocky trail.
Altitude: 5364 m
This day will mark one of the most rewarding days of the expedition. Walking through rocky moraine and crossing a few streams, you will reach the Everest Base Camp in a couple of hours. For a mountaineer, this feeling is euphoric. It’s like getting to the start point of a marathon.
Everest Base Camp is the place for all kinds of last-minute preparations for an expedition. Our representatives at the base camp will make all the arrangements that are needed.
- Trials passing through rocky moraines and river streams
- Surrounding views of the mountains are exceptional.
- Camping at the base of the world’s highest mountains.
Ultimate Destination: Mount Everest (8848 M)
After properly acclimatizing at the base camp, we begin our expedition slowly and steadily to the top of Everest from this day. Getting to the top of the world takes a lot of hard work, determination, and practice. Starting from this day, you will be training, learning, and preparing yourself for the climb of your life.
You will be ascending and descending to and from different camps at different altitudes. In general, there are 4 camps besides base camp. The ascending and descending process helps you acclimatize properly with the surreal altitude. It is a complete test of your physical, mental, and emotional strength.
One of the challenging parts of the Everest expedition is climbing the Khumbu Icefall. While on this icefall, large crevasses can open up in no time with little or no warning. Huge ice blocks of ice break out from the glacier from time to time. These blocks can be anywhere from the size of a car to the size of a multi-storeyed building. That is why climbers take on this icefall early in the morning as the sun’s heat during the day can cause the icefall to break down.
Throughout the climb, your safety will be the priority as you will have world-class professionals to guide you and help you in any situation. Everest summiteers sherpas will help you get to the top just like they do.
Talking about the views, we can say there’s nothing in the world like the view from the top of Everest. All other 8000 meter peaks surrounding Everest make you realize the grandeur of this mighty peak. Once you’re the top, the feeling of being at the top of the world takes over everything else and gives you an ultimate feeling of achievement and satisfaction.
On the 56th-57th day, you will be down at the base camp after a successful ascent of the world’s highest peak. With a tired body and heart full of joy, you finally get to rest properly in the well-managed camps at the base camp. You can celebrate the success with the team.
- Stand up at the top of the world’s highest mountains, Mt. Everest.
- Work with the best sherpas and mountain guides.
- Getting yourself acclimatized by ascending and descending between the camps.
- Safely ascend and get back to the basecamp.
- Celebrate your success at Everest base camp.
Before you begin the actual climbing, a small ritual/”puja” is performed at the base camp. Following the local Sherpa culture, this tradition is performed to ensure the safety of everyone and please the mountain god. It is performed by the local lama with other sherpas involved in the team.
Once the expedition is complete, get along with your team and clean up your mess in the base camp before leaving. We as a company are concerned about keeping our mountains free of pollutants. You along with the team will be packing to head home so you will be busy packing in the morning.
On the same day, you will be trekking back to Lobuche. This time it is a lot easier, and trekking above 4000 meters feels like a privilege. You will walk the same trail through rocky moraine and streams flowing by the sides. After a couple of hours we reach Gorakshep which our rest and lunch spot. Walk further for 4-5 hours and you’ll be in Lobuche.
- Clean up the base camp area
- Enjoying the pleasing sound of streams flowing and wind blowing while you walk through high altitude rocky moraines.
You will walk for a slightly longer period today. But, it’s an easy walk through scenic landscapes and most of it is downhill. Do not forget to take some photographs. And most of all, do not forget to use trekking poles as walking downhill becomes harder after a while.
- Unforgettable views of Ama Dablam
- Pass through picturesque villages
- The warm hospitality of local Sherpas.
Altitude: 3440 m
Today is a fairly short day of the trek. After an early breakfast, you’ll be trekking down to Namche Bazar. You can check-in at the Tengboche Monastery for the successful completion of the expedition.
The walk on this day is mainly through stairs so it’s better to have a trekking pole with you for balance.
- Forests and settlements will make you more comfortable in walking.
- Comfortable stay in Namche.
This is the final day of the two-month-long journey. Starting early morning, you will be walking through dense forests of pine and fir trees. It is a comfortable walk through small settlements.
You can tip the staff members from the team and bid farewell to them. Sleep it off early tonight as you will be leaving early the next morning.
- Final day of walking in the mountains.
A short yet thrilling flight from Lukla will take you to Kathmandu this morning. You will be flying over the Himalayas. Enjoy the last and mindblowing view of the Himalayas.
- Exciting flight with an exotic view of mountains.
This is the last day in Kathmandu. You can choose to either explore the city or rest on your own. Enjoy the comfort of standard hotel rooms and its facilities while in Kathmandu. Since you’ll be flying in the evening for home, plan accordingly.
- Enjoy the comfort and luxury of a 3-star hotel.
Mount Everest Expedition Cost
- Arrival and departure cost on domestic and international flights
- Food and accommodation in Kathmandu on B/B plan
- All the meals (Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast) During the Trekking and climbing of Everest Summit and back
- All of the transportation service from initial and endpoints of Everest Expedition
- Climbing Sherpa guide for the expedition
- Everest Expedition Group climbing equipment like climbing rope, ice ax, ice screw, ice bar, etc
- All the required permits for Everest Expedition
- Acclimatization summit of Island peak or Lobuche Peak for 1 time.
- High altitude meals
- All of the insurance and expenses of Liaison officer (Government of Nepal)
- All necessary camping and kitchen equipment provided including base camp tents, dining tent with table and backrest chair, kitchen with all utensils, toilet with commode, etc
- High altitude tents and the crucial gadgets like EPI gas and burner for the high climb
- Warm clothes and trek gear for Nepali staffs including porters
- Life and medical insurance of all the staff and porters
- Portable Altitude Chamber (PAC) and Gamow Bag along with the comprehensive first-aid kit
- Communication devices like a walkie talkie and satellite phone in case of emergency
- 60 Kg Baggage included on flight to lukla and YAK or porter to base camp
- 6 bottle of oxygen with mask and regulator for summit
- Agency service charge
- Farewell dinner with Nepali song and dance
- International airfare as well as airport tax
- Nepal entry visa fees
- Medical and personal high-risk insurance
- Lunch and dinner while in Kathmandu
- Bar and beverage bills
- Personal climbing gears and equipment
- Emergency rescue evacuation
- Climbing bonus and tips for Everest Base Camp staffs and personal expenses
- Permit fees and charge for satellite phone, communication gadget, and commercial filming while on Everest Expedition.
- Garbage deposit USD3k (sharing of the total person), and the deposit fee won’t be refunded if the climbers don’t take back their garbage to Kathmandu.
Why Nepal Social Treks for Everest Expedition?
Lives up to expectation
Nepal Social Trek is clear about its service and does not make any false promises. We are also highly concerned about providing everything that’s mentioned in the contract. We do not risk any aspect of support or safety and ensure that everything is delivered as specified. We make sure our teams are of small size and are not merely focused on filling on more and more people on the expedition.
Higher success rates
Our highly professional guides, along with our tactical approach in climbing, has given us higher success rates in the past. We have organized 100+ expeditions in the Himalayas of Nepal, including those to various 6000+, 7000+, and 8000+ peaks.
Well organized teams
With NST, you get the most hardworking, dedicated, and well-organized team. We have managed to gather a team of experts with years of experience in their respective fields. The guide to climber ratio we offer in our expedition depends on the mountain.
For a 7000+ and 8000+ peak, we offer the climber to guide ratio of 1:1. Either it is the mountain guide, sherpas, people in logistics, doctors, cooks, or anyone else in the team, top performance and friendly nature are what you can expect from these groups of professionals.
Highly qualified leaders
One main reason for our successful expedition year after another is our highly qualified guides who perform exceptionally as leaders. They are associated with the International Federation of Mountain Guides Association (IFMGA) or Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). With experience around the world, these guides ensure your safety and make sure you successfully reach the summit and back.
Our expedition guides are certified guides with the experience of more than 5 years and have at least summited Everest 3 times. The leaders will ensure your successful ascent and will not hesitate to go beyond what’s expected of them.
For weather forecasting and communications, we are known for using the most advanced technologies available for the mountains. Communication becomes vital between different camps once the expedition starts, and we make sure there’s no breach. The accuracy of the weather forecast is trustworthy, with a dedicated team of veterans supporting meteorologists.
Excellent fooding and accomodation
We realize the diversity in our team of climbers and ensure they do not have to compromise on their food habits. For this, we manage food of all kinds like bacon, pasta, cereals, pizza, etc. Our sherpa friends at the base camp and camp II, will make you feel home with their delicious cooking. At times when you are at camp I and camp IV, dedicated cooks will help you maintain your appetite with healthy ready-to-cook food and high altitude foods.
The budget for an expedition is generally fixed with most of the agencies. However, we at NST are open to any budget adjustments in case there is a need for adjustment. Flexible budget plans, depending on the specific requirements of clients, can be agreed upon. Also, remember that we do not compromise on any necessities required for a two-month-long expedition and have a reputation for delivering quality service at the best price.
Everest expedition is the ultimate expedition for all climbers. To join in on this experience of a lifetime, you’ll need to have some previous experience of climbing some 6000-7000 m peaks in Nepal. Only then you’re eligible for the permit. Besides that, you also need to submit a certificate of good health and physical fitness and be accompanied by a professional mountain guide.
To be honest, climbing Everest costs quite a lot. Simply, acquiring the permit from the Nepalese government costs around $11000. Besides that, there are many miscellaneous costs associated with a climb. So on average, climbing with a Western agency can cost you anywhere around $45000-$70000, including everything. Whereas, if you choose to climb with a Nepalese agency it can cost anywhere around $30000-$45000
We at Nepal Social Treks are concerned about providing a standard service for all. So, we choose to climb from Southern Col, which is the easiest route to the top of Everest as called by many mountaineers. After it was first discovered by Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Sir Edmund Hillary in 1953, it has since been the standard route for climbing Everest.
During the first few days, you will be staying at a 3-star/5-star and eating food just like your home, although you’re away from home. While on the trek to base camp, you will need to adjust in twin-sharing rooms as you go higher. At the basecamp, there are well-facilitated tents where our sherpas cook the best food for you. Rather than freeze-dried food, we choose MRE’s(Meals Ready-to-Eat). Food like pizza, bacon, eggs, pasta, etc. is available.
Once you register your trip with us, we provide you with an extensive list of equipment you need to get for the expedition. You must follow the list strictly. In case you want a few extra personal stuff, you may bring that too. Remember, the weight limit should be around 40 kgs. So, if the weight limit is exceeded you will need to pay extra on flight, you can bring anything that helps you make base camp your home.
All in all, the whole trip from Kathmandu takes about 63 days, including 11 days of getting to Everest Base Camp, 46 days of climbing, and 1 day for clean up. It is one of the longest climbing trips that will test your physical and mental strength to its core.
Yes, oxygen cylinders are an essential part of the expedition. NST encourages all of its clients to use an oxygen cylinder while climbing, which will help you perform better. Climbers have reported increased energy levels, ease in breathing, better health by the end of the expedition, and also said they were able to better enjoy their time at the top with the oxygen cylinder on.
For an Everest expedition, you are asked to submit your health report before you’re granted a permit. However, in case of emergencies, we suggest you get an insurance policy that covers the cost of a rescue. Nonetheless, we have a team of the experienced medical staff at the base camp.
Here are some of the personal trekking gear that you can carry during the Everest Expedition:
Waterproof Stuff Sacks (large and small)
Trekking Shirt – Pack 4 to 5 breathable trekking shirts, balancing both half and full sleeves.
Thermal Layer – At least one pair of a thermal layer.
Fleece Jacket – Pack a lightweight fleece jacket for the lower region.
Trekking Trousers – Minimum 2 water and wind-resistant trekking pants.
Trekking Shorts – Pack a couple of trekking shorts for lower reaches of the trek.
Lightweight, long underpants – pack 2-3 pairs.
Mid-weight long underpants – pack 2-3 pairs.
Down Jacket – Carry a high-quality down jacket to keep you warm from the extreme weather in the upper reaches of the trek.
Waterproof Shell Jacket – One waterproof jacket to stay protected in the wet weather.
Breathable Underwear – Carry at least 4 to 5 pairs of breathable and comfortable underwear.
Gaiter (For Winter)
Sun Protection Hat
A Pair of Inner Gloves
A Pair of Outer Gloves
Heavy gloves (mitten)
Sleeping Bag for Base Camp
Down Sleeping Bag – 20 to -40 degree celsius for extreme conditions
Thermarest Mattress (Cell Foam and Inflatable)
UV Protection Sunglasses
Water Purification Tablets
Headlamp with Spare Batteries
Climbing Gear List For Everest Expedition
These are some of the important climbing equipment that you should carry while taking on the Everest Expedition: