Mount Everest with 8848 m is the world's highest peak. Climbers aiming for the summit must survive the extreme conditions of the 'Death Zone' and perform great feats of endurance. The highest mountain in the world attracts well-experienced mountaineers as well as novice climbers who are willing to pay substantial sums to professional mountain guides to complete a successful climb. The mountain, while not posing substantial technical climbing ...
Deposit for reservations 9 000 $
Full payment 90 days before
No refund if you cancel less than 90 days!
The leader and guide of the expedition 7 Summits Club Alexander Abramov
Personal high-altitude porter (Sherpa) (ascendant to Everest) - 2 Sherpas for each climber.
Doctor at Base Camp
Oxygen mask + gear: two sets for each climber (for use only)
Oxygen cylinders (4 l.) “Poisk”: 8 pcs for each climber (for use only)
Full service in BC and ABC
Flight members and all cargo Kathmandu-Lukla
Permit to climb
Meeting - seeing off at the airport
Transfers to Kathmandu
Yaks and porters for carrying personal items and public equipment
Hotel “Yak & Yeti” 5 * BB in Kathmandu, 2 nights at the beginning and 1 night at the end of the expedition, in double rooms
All the lodges in Khumbu
Breakfasts in Kathmandu
Food in BC, ABC and for climbing
Tents for members and staff in BC and ABC
Kitchen in BC and ABC, tables and chairs
Fuel for cooking in BC and ABC
Kitchen equipment and utensils in BC and ABC
Base Camp Generators
Health Care Kit
Nepalese Liaison Officer
Kitchen Cook Assistants
High-altitude porters - Sherpas: 2 per 1 expedition member
Tents for high camps
Sleeping bags for high camps
Team Branded Jacket - windblock
Price does not include
Extra nights in Kathmandu
International flight to Kathmandu
Personal climbing equipment
Lunches and dinners in Kathmandu
Meal during trekking
Obligatory Summit Sherpas Bonus
Obligatory Summit bonus for your 2 high-altitude Sherpas from $ 1,500 to $ 2,000 * 2 = $ 3,000 - $ 4,000 (provided that you started moving up with them above the South Col Camp (7900m)
The obligatory Summit bonus is given at the end of the expedition at base camp to Sirdar Mingma Gelu Sherpa and he distributes this money between high-altitude porters and sherpas.
Tips for the kitchen and Base Camp staff is preferably $ 250 per member, hand over to the base camp manager
Tips for Russian guides according to your desire, preferably $ 500 per member, hand over to the Chief Expedition Guide
All tips are paid at your discretion, except for the Summit Bonus, which is mandatory for all Companies working on Everest.
Katmandu – Lukla – Namche-Bazaar – BC – summit – BC – Namche-Bazaar – Lukla - Katmandu
Why go there?
In spring 2020 we have decided to offer you a full service Everest Expedition from the South Side of Everest
The price includes:
- High-altitude sherpa — 2 for 1 member
- Guides — multiple Everest summiters — 1 for 5 members
- Oxygen cylinders "POISK" — 8 items for one climber
- Stationary radios in all camps and walkie-talkies — 1 for 1 member
- fully equipped Base Camps 5100m and 6000m
- we provide sleeping bags and mattresses for common use in high camps
- 2 fully equipped High Camps 7600m and 8000m — including tents, sleeping bags, mattresses, gas-stoves, pans, gas-cylinders, dried food, oxygen bottles, delivered to High Camps by expedition Sherpas
All high-altitude Sherpas have Everest experience. They bring all shared equipment and oxygen cylinders in high-altitude camps and accompany team all the way from ABC to the Summit
Our expedition starts in Katmandu: we meet in “Yak & Yeti” 5* hotel. We have transfers from the airport to the hotel for those arriving with later flights. First few days we do the formalities and organize excursions around Katmandu city.
Two days later we start our journey to Everest: we fly from Katmandu to Lukla and than we have about a week for trekking to Everest BC. In 6 days we get to the Everest BC (5100m). By this time yaks and porters bring our stuff, Sherpas are establishing BC. After 2-3 days rest in BC our Sherpas carry equipment to IBC (6000m) and to ABC (6400m). One day later after ABC is ready, the expedition members start for ABC. ABC is a very comfotable will-built camp very similar to BC.
After our Sherpas have established Camp 7300m, we move there and spend one night for acclimatization. Then we descend to BC and have 3-4 days rest there. At the same time our Sherpas establish Camp 8000m on the South Col.
Next push: we reach Camp 7300m and try to climb higher (about 7800m). Usually it is difficult to achieve due to the bad weather or lack of acclimatization. In the later case we will descend to ABC, have a short rest there, and try to reach 7800m again. After that we go down to BC and have a long rest there.
So after May 15-17 we will all move to ABC and start looking for a break in the weather
After a night at 8300m and a summit attempt you run out of strength for the second attempt and out of oxygen. So the most important thing here is to calculate everything properly: your strength, weather.
The advantage of our expedition is that it does not start too early and that it finishes before May 31. The end of May and beginning of June is usually the best time for the ascent in terms of weather.
At the end we return to Katmandu. We stay at “Yak & Yeti” 5* hotel and from here we will depart for the airport to take a flight home, each of us taking a piece of Everest in his heart.
Tips guidelines (important information!)
You entrust your life, health, your time and money to the guides. And the guides take this responsibility for you and for the success of the whole trip. They are doing this 24 hours.
Necessary travel papers (documents)
Passport valid at least 6 months after the end of the expedition
2 photos for visa
Climbing Permit- special climbing permit for the ascent in Nepal
By air and by land
Transportation up to BC
Meeting and seeing-off in KTM airport
Necessary transfers in Katmandu
Airfare Kathmandu — Lukla — Katmandu
Transportation of the loads above BC
Yaks carry loads from from Lukla to BC including members` personal gear. 1 Yak per 1 member
Yaks carry community and personal expedition equipment
High altitude Sherpas carry all shared expedition equipment above BC. They establish high camps and take all tents, sleeping bags, foam pads, dehydrated food, gas cylinders, gas stoves, kitchen utensils, snow shovels and ropes there.
Transportation of personal oxygen cylinders is carried out by our expedition Sherpas.
Hotel i “Yak & Yeti” 5* BB in Katmandu for 5 nights in double rooms (3 nights before and 2 nights after expedition)
All lodges on the trek in Khumbu
In BC and ABC - 1 tent for 1 member
High camps – 1 tent for 3 people
Breakfast in Katmandu (lunch and dinner are not included)
We did not include food on the trek to BC, because lodges have their own restaurants and it is easy to oder according to tastes on the spot
Food in BC and ABC – 3 times a day. The food is prepared by Nepalese cooks on gas stoves in special kitchen tents. You can also get here any amount of hot water for washing or boiled water for drinking. We eat in spacious dining tents equipped with tables and chairs.
Food for the ascent – We provide special dehydrated western mountain food, which you have to prepare yourself in high camps (above BC) on gas stoves. Water should be melted from snow.
Experienced expedition leader (Everest Summiter) from "7 Summits Club"
Guides (Everest Summiters) - 1 for 5 members
Nepalese liaison officer
Cooks from Nepal
Kitchen boy from Nepal
High-altitude Sherpas – 2 for 1 member
All our high-altitude Sherpas have Everest experience.They bring all shared equipment and oxygen cylinders to high-altitude camps and accompany team members all the way form ABC to the summit
Health and medical insurance
We will have Doctor in BC.We provide a big expedition first aid kit with all the necessary medicine, but we also recommend that you bring your own specific medicine.
In Everest region the weather is very changeable.
Every day we get new weather forecast by Internet and choose the best period for acclimatization and ascent.
Equipment needed for BC and ABC:
- Duffle bag
- Sleeping bag -2 (one for BC, one for ABC, we supply bags for the other camps)
- Personal items for washing
- Your Notebook
Technical Equipment for the ascent:
- Crampons (e.g. Grivel G12)
- Backpack 45-50 liters
- Self belay
- Carabiners with locks: 5 items
- Jumar (ascender)
- Ski/walking poles
- Thermosflask 1L
- Rappel device
- Ice Axe
- Head lamp with extra batteries
- Photo camera
Equipment for body and feet:
- Trekking shoes
- Boots rated for 8000m+ for example the "Everest" Millet type
- Down jacket + down trousers (or down suit/overall)
- Gore-tex jacket with wide hood
- Gore-tex trousers (better semi-overalls/bibs)
- Windblock jacket (we already supply one)
- Windblock trekking pants
- Fleece Jacket "Polartec - 100" - 2 items
- Warm underwear - 2-3 sets
- Personal underwear
- Polartec gloves – 2 pairs
- Thinsulate gloves
- Thinsulate mittens - 2 pairs
- Warm woolen socks - 4-5 pairs
- Warm hat
- Windblock face mask
- UV glasses, UV-400
- Ski goggles, UV-400
- We have the biggest record of orginizing many commertial technical and altitude expeditions.
- Our guides are highly experience with guide work on many serious climbs all over the world.
- We offer the best accommodation and food conditions. Your personal needs any special kinds of food will be considered.
- You can contact your personal advisor in the gear issue for free consultation. Plus free delivery of your personal rented gear to base camp.
- We offer the scheme of discounts for loyal clients.