The trip begins in Kathmandu as you prepare for the Everest Expedition, including gears and other equipment. A short and scenic flight takes you to Lukla Airport. Then, your trek begins as you trek past Phakding and enter the Sagarmatha National Park. Further, you reach Namche and visit nearby villages to adapt to the altitude. The trek continues as you go past Tengboche and Pangboche to reach Dingboche. Here, you will spend an extra day and head north to Thukla. Then, you continue along the Khumbu Glacier and reach the Everest Base Camp.
As the ascent to reach the top of Mt. Everest begins, you head to the Camp 1 at 6400 meters. As you climb across snowy walls and crevasses, you head to the Camp 2. This camp is located at the foot of Mt. Lhotse at an altitude of 6750 meters. As you begin to use mountaineering gears, you ascend to 7100 meters. Next, you head to the final camp before reaching the top of Mt. Everest at Camp 4. Wind, snow, unpredictable weather, and low oxygen are prevailing as you head to the top of the world. Finally, the top offers a sublime view of the Everest and Makalu ranges. The return trip sees you retrace your steps back to Lukla.
Mount Everest Expedition is one of the most challenging trips in Nepal. Thus, it is a must that climbers have ample training and excellent physical condition. Autumn and spring are the ideal time for Everest Expedition.
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