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Mt. Everest from North [Tibet Side]

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60 days

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Min 4 pax

All ground transportation and flight from Kathmandu-Lhasa  as per itinerary
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Sept, Oct, Nov, March, April, May
3*** Hotel in Kathmandu and Tea House / Lodge during the expedition.
Breakfast in Kathmandu and all meals during the expedition
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  • Embark on an adventurous expedition to Mount Everest from North Side. The Tibet side remains famous for its difficult terrain.
  • Drive past four different high passes, namely Karo La (5010m), Kamba La (4794m), Tropu La (4890m), and Gyatso La (5250m), and three different counties namely Gyantse, Xigatse, and Xegar towards Everest Base Camp.
  • Explore the historical Lhasa City and witness the iconic sites of Potala Palace, Jokhang Monastery, and Norbulingka Palace.
  • Enjoy a scenic tour to UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu.
Mount Everest, known as Qomolangma in the Tibetan language, is the highest and one of the most challenging mountains to climb. A well-guided expedition takes you along the sprawling Tibetan Plateau to the top of North Face of Everest. Dare to take up this challenge and add your name in a shortlist of climbers who successfully climbed Everest.

Mount Everest (8848m) is a part of the Greater Himalaya that extends from Bhutan to Afghanistan. Although mostly climbed from the Nepal side, only a few climbers take up the challenge to climb from the Tibet side. The Northeast ridge in Tibet comprises of difficult terrain, isolated sections, perpendicular ice wall, and sharp ridges.

First attempted by George Mallory in 1924, the peak was only successfully climbed in 1953. As one climber pointed out, “a simple slip would mean death,” Everest from Tibet Side is prone to a high fatality rate. The 60-days expedition begins upon your arrival at Kathmandu. After preparing permits and necessary papers, you’ll embark on a short trans-Himalayan flight to Lhasa City in Tibet.

Enjoy a scenic road journey along the 613km long trail in the sprawling Tibetan Plateau. Cross four different high mountain passes en route to Everest Base Camp. The climb begins with a short trek towards Advance Base Camp (6500m). After a few days of acclimatization and preparation, you’ll begin climbing through Camp I and Camp II towards Camp III. Make the final approach for the summit from Camp III.

An 8hr long climb will take you past treacherous and isolated rocky faces towards the summit. Enjoy a majestic panorama of the surrounding mountains before retracing your path back to Advanced Base Camp. Climb down to Everest Base Camp and catch your commute to drive back to Nepal.

Embark on adventurous 60-day Everest Expedition (Tibet side) with Everest Extreme Adventure. We specialize in full-board expedition trips to different mountain peaks around Nepal and Tibet. Our Sherpa leaders are experienced for over 20 years, and they have led a countless number of expeditions to Everest.

Trip Itinerary



The trip officially begins upon your arrival in Kathmandu, Nepal. A transit to Kathmandu makes it easier to obtain a Chinese VISA and the climbing permits. Upon arrival, we’ll greet you outside the airport and drive you to your hotel. Stay in one of the finest hotels overlooking the entire city. Your Sherpa guide will meet you at the hotel and other teammates. He will brief you about the expedition in detail—overnight in Kathmandu.



The day begins with a delicious breakfast. You will spend the day assembling needed gear and equipment. Visit the local outdoor shop around Thamel to buy or rent necessary gears. In the meantime, your guide will visit appropriate agencies to obtain necessary permits, including expedition permits, VISA, garbage disposal, expedition permits, etc.

To help prepare for the upcoming climb, you can visit the local rock-climbing arena. Spend another day indulging in a beautiful sightseeing tour of Kathmandu City. Guided by an experienced tour guide, you will visit some of the most famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites around the city. Overnight in Kathmandu.



The day begins with a delicious breakfast. After packing your bag, you’ll leave for the airport. From Tribhuvan International Airport, you’ll catch a short flight to Lhasa. The beautiful trans-Himalayan flight lasts almost 1.5hr and will take you along some of the highest mountains on Earth, Mount Everest, Makalu, Dorje Lakpa, and Kanchenjunga. Enjoy the scenic view of the sprawling desert-like Tibetan plateau.

Upon arrival in Lhasa, you will get to catch the majestic aerial sight of Potala Palace. Check into one of the finest boutique hotels in the city. In the evening, you can explore the main market of Lhasa. Overnight in Lhasa.



Enjoy a delicious breakfast at the hotel. Embark on an exciting journey around Lhasa City. The tour commences with a visit to the 16th Century fortress, Potala Palace, located atop the Red Hill at the heart of the city. Also known as the winter palace, the Dalai Lama resided in Potala until the late 50s. You will get to witness the Dalai Lama’s private chamber, imperial office, library, and prayer rooms.

Head down from Potala and walk towards the historical Jokhang Temple. The temple dates back to the reign of King Songtsang Gampo in 3rd CE. Explore the beautiful Buddhist temple and witness the pilgrims making circumambulation around the temple. Head outside to explore the majestic Barkhor Street.

Enjoy a delicious lunch before heading to Norbulingka Palace. Also known as the summer palace, the 17th Century palace served as the residence of the former Dalai Lama. Explore the beautiful garden at Norbulingka Palace before heading back to the hotel. Overnight in Lhasa.



Enjoy a delicious breakfast at the hotel. Embark on a rather long road journey through the scenic Tibetan Plateau towards Gyantse valley. Leaving Lhasa, you’ll begin driving south via two high passes towards Karo La Pass. Cross the pass overlooking the spectacular glacier hanging from a snowy peak of Nazin-Kang Sa (7252m). Drive past Kamba La and numerous small settlements to reach Gyantse. Overnight at Gyantse.



Enjoy a delicious breakfast and then embark on a tour of the Pelkor Chode Monastery and Gyantse Kumbum in Gyantse valley. A short drive towards the foothills of Dzong Hill will bring you to Pelkor Chode Monastery. Explore the monastery and then head towards Gyantse Kumbum, a sizeable gold-domed Stupa with numerous chapels.

Afterward, you’ll head back on the road and begin driving towards Xigatse prefecture. Xigatse or Shigatse is the second-largest city in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. Enjoy a short tour to Tashi-Lunbu Monastery, one of the four monasteries of the Gelug Sect, en route to Xigatse. Overnight at Xigatse



Explore the beautiful Xigatse prefecture, the part of the historical Tsang province of Tibet. From here, you’ll begin driving for almost 270km to reach Xegar. Along the way, you will cross the scenic high passes of Tropu La (4890m) and Gyatso La (5250m). These passes remain inaccessible because of snow almost half of the year. You can make a brief stop at the Sakya Monastery and explore the beautiful sight before driving towards Xegar. Overnight in Xegar.



Leaving Xegar County, you’ll begin driving towards the Everest Base Camp. Xegar connects the famous Nepal-Tibet Friendship Highway that goes along the Rongbuk and Everest Base Camp into Nepal. Begin driving south for almost 90km to reach the majestic Rongbuk Monastery.

Located at 4,980 meters, the 8th Century monastery offers insights into the life of Padmasambhava Guru Rinpoche. Leaving Rongbuk, you’ll begin driving towards Everest Base Camp. Catch the majestic sights of Qomolangma (Mount Everest), Shishapangma, and Makalu North along the way. Overnight in Everest Base Camp.



You’ll wake up early and begin trekking towards the Advanced Base Camp. You do not require a climbing permit to trek through the 22km long trail. The same route is undertaken by climbers attempting to summit Everest through the North Col and the Northeast Ridge. You’ll trek along the Rongbuk River to arrive at the Interim Camp. After a brief rest, you’ll continue climbing uphill along the Changtse Glacier to reach Advanced Base Camp.



You’ll spend a few days at Advanced Base Camp. This will help you to acclimatize to the altitude and thin-air before undertaking the climb. You’ll spend four days preparing for the expedition. Your Sherpa guide will assess your entire equipment and gear. A brief training session will follow with your teammates. Your Sherpa guide will provide you with the necessary training for using ascenders, carabineers, ice-ax, and ropes.



Leaving Advanced Base Camp, you’ll begin to climb down along the Changtse Glacier and head towards Rongbuk Glacier. The easy trail will take you alongside the Rongbuk River towards Interim Camp. As the name suggests, the interim camp lies just between Everest Base Camp and Advanced Base Camp. George Mallory first discovered the trail in 1922. Overnight in a tented camp.



Leaving Interim Camp, you’ll begin climbing the rugged, icy trail towards Advance Base Camp. The base camp lies on a flattened gravel mound next to Changtse glacier. Witness the beautiful snow and rock moraines along the path. A half-day of the trek will bring you to Advance Base Camp. Catch the majestic sight of Mount Everest from the base camp. Overnight in a tent.



After preparing for the climb, you’ll embark on the expedition and begin climbing towards Camp I (7010m). The scenic trail goes through the snow moraine towards North Col. Some section of the climb requires using a fixed rope.

The comparatively safe climb will take you towards North Col., where you’ll make your first camp. Leaving Camp I, you’ll approach the rocky northeast ridge to climb towards Camp II (7775m). A reasonably angled snow slope may prove to be challenging to climb. Camp II site is often windy. Leaving Camp II, you’ll descend back towards the Advanced Base Camp. Overnight in a tent.



Leaving Advance Base Camp, you’ll begin climbing the snowy path towards Camp I. Take the same approach as before and head towards Camp II at the North Col. From the North Col., you’ll make a push towards Camp III. Climb along the North Face and cross the Yellow Band to reach the campsite at Camp III. Catch the beautiful sights of some of the highest mountains, hanging glaciers, and Tibetan plateau en route to Camp III. Overnight in a tent.



You’ll spend some essential days recuperating and acclimatizing before commencing the climb to the summit. You can use these extra days to discuss with your Sherpa guide, ascertain route and difficulty, assess weather conditions, and practice.



After optimum rest, you’ll embark on the climb towards the summit. You’ll make numerous ascents and descents to help acclimatize your body. The route climbs along the Northeast Ridge and goes past Camp I, Camp II, and Camp II towards the summit.

Leaving Camp III, the 8-10 hours long climb goes past the natural snow and rock trail towards Chinese Ladder. Chinese ladder is a ladder placed semi-permanently in 1975 by a party of Chinese climbers, which is virtually used by all climbers on the Northeast Ridge.

After crossing the Second step, you’ll begin climbing towards the Third Step. The altitude rises from 8,690m to 8,800m. After completing the third step, you’ll make your way towards the summit. The final climb encounters a snow slope of 50 degrees.

Upon climbing the summit, you will enjoy the majestic panoramic scenery of the Himalayan giants such as Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam. Catch the beautiful view of the sprawling Tibetan plateau from the top. You’ll retrace your path and continue climbing down towards the Camp I.



After clearing the camp, you’ll begin trekking downhill towards Advanced Base Camp. Your staff will follow later with the Yak Caravan. Take a brief rest at Changtse Glacier and enjoy your lunch. Afterward, you’ll begin heading down to Advanced Base Camp. You can choose to head down towards Interim Base Camp. Overnight in a tent.



Retrace your path and head towards the Friendship Highway. Here on, you’ll drive south towards Nepal. The scenic highway goes along the beautiful landscape towards Tingri County. From here, you’ll continue driving past Thorong La to arrive at Paige-Tso Lake. Continue driving along the massive Brahmaputra River to reach Kyirong.

You’ll exit Tibet at Kyirong overlooking the beautiful peaks of Shishapangma, Cho Oyu, Melungtse, and Gauri Shankar. Enter Nepal at the Nepal-China border and continue driving along the forested hills and massive Bhote Koshi River towards Syabrubensi. From here, you’ll make your way towards Kathmandu.



You can choose to spend the rest of the vacation touring Kathmandu or other parts of Nepal. We’ll drop you off at Tribhuvan International Airport on time for your flight back home.



  • 5 Nights Hotel accommodations in Kathmandu on BB Plan in 3 Star category
  • 1:1 Experienced private climbing Sherpa guide during trek and climb (Everest Summiteers)
  • 1 Legion Officer from the Government and his insurance, Equipment, salary, food, and accommodation
  • Flight tickets to the climbing member and his guide.
  • All camping equipment like camp furniture (table, chairs), kitchenware, kitchen, dining, guest, shower and toilet tents in Advance Base Camp.
  • Three meals a day (BLD-tea-coffee) and twin sharing teahouse accommodation during the trek, freshly cooked 3 meals, tea or coffee by the Himalayan professional cook in Base Camp.
  • Baggage allowance for trekking up and down is 60kg: 40kg ratio per person.
  • Expedition royalty and climbing permit for climbing Mt. Everest
  •  Wages, equipment, medical and accidental Insurances for Sherpa guide and other staffs
  •  Required base camp and high altitude food for climbing member and all involved staffs
  •  Required fixed and dynamic rope during climbing period
  • Emergency oxygen mask and regulator upon the requirement of guest with reliable charge
  • Each expedition member will have an individual tent in the EBC.
  • 5 Oxygen Bottles (2.5L) for Climbers and 3 for Sherpa with mask and regulators.
  • Solar panel for light and battery charger in Base Camp.
  • All tents for camp 1, 2, 3 and 4; Icefall charges First Aid medical kits for the Group and the staffs.
  •  Free assistance service for cargo and duty clearance.
  •  Our service charge and Government Taxes levied in Nepal.
  •  Farewell Dinner in a typical Nepali restaurant with domestic culture show in Kathmandu.
  •  Special Gifts (T-shirt/Pashmina etc.)


  • International flight
  • Nepal Visa and cargo clearance
  • Extra porter if needs
  • Alcoholic products during trekking product
  • Emergency rescue services cost
  • Lunch and Dinner during your stay in Kathmandu (except for the farewell dinner)
  • Items of personal nature and laundry expensesExpenses of landlines, mobiles, walkie-talkies, satellite phone, and internet expenses.
  • Clothing, packing items or bags, personal medical kit, camera/video fees or trekking gears
  • Any extra expenses arising out of various/unforeseen situations like natural calamities, landslides, political disturbances, strikes, changes in Government regulations, etc.
  • Any additional staff other than specified
  • Rescue, repatriation, medicines, medical tests and hospitalization expenses
  • Medical and travel Insurance with helicopter search and rescue for a climber.
  • Summit bonus for the Sherpa after approaching the summit. (Minimum US$ 1000.00)
  • Special Permits for walkie-talkies & filming if a special camera
  • All personal climbing gears.
  • Nepal custom duty for import of expedition goods
  • Tips, gifts, souvenirs
  • Any other item not mentioned in the above cost includes


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