Providing expeditions
since 2005

Everest - the highest peak in the world (8850 m) is the cherished dream of every climber. We help make this dream a reality. However, if you have some doubts about your readiness to climb Everest, then the best choice for you is this route - climbing the Everest North Col (7,000 m). It is a less difficult and dangerous route, but it gives you a real chance to evaluate your strength if you want to try to climb Mount Everest. Our expedition ...

от 6 чел.
27 370 $
3 000 $
Day 1
Flight to Lhasa (3400m).
Day 2
A day in Lhasa. Tours of the monastery and the Dalai Lama - Potala Palace
Day 3
Transfer to Shigatze (3900m)
Day 4
Transfer to Shegar (4200m).
Day 5
Rest day in Shegar, with the aim of acclimatization.
Day 6-8
Arrival at the Base Camp and acclimatization in BC
Day 9
We pass 4-6 hours to the Intermediate Camp (5800m). Overnight in tents.
Day 10-11
Ascent to ABC (6400m). Overnight and acclimatization day at ABC
Day 12-14
Descent to the Base Camp and rest days in BC
Day 15
Ascent again to Intermediate BC
Day 16
Ascent to the Advanced Base Camp (6400m).
Day 17
Training on the movement of ropes railing.
Day 18
Climbing the North Col (7000m) Climbing usually takes 5-7 hours up and 2-3 hours down. Descent to the Advanced Base Camp (6400m). Overnight at Camp.
Day 19
Descent to ABC (6400m) and Base Camp Everest (5200m).
Day 20
Reserve day.
Day 21
Reserve day.
Day 22
Descent to BC. Overnight in BC.
Day 23
Early departure from BC. Overnight at the hotel in Lhasa.
Day 24
Departure from Lhasa

Deposit for reservations 3 000 $

Full payment 90 days before

No refund if you cancel less than 90 days!

April 15 - May 08, 2024
27 370 $

Price includes

Guide from the 7 Summits Club
Required high-altitude porters - Sherpas
Tibetan visa
Climber's Permit to the North Col
All excursions in Lhasa
Meeting - seeing off at the airport
Necessary transfers
Jeeps and a truck for team members to Base Camp and back
1 yak for one member of the expedition BC-ABC and 1 yak for one member of the expedition BC-ABC
All hotels in Tibet accommodation in DBL rooms
Breakfasts in Lhasa and Tibet (lunch and dinner not included)
All meals in BC, ABC and when climbing the North Col Tents for memberss 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
2 electric generators: 1 for BC and 1 for ABC
First aid kit
Chinese liaison officer
Nepalese cooks: approximately 4 cooks
Kitchen Workers (Tibetans): - 3 for BC and 3 for ABC
Ice hooks
2 Radio stations
Team Branded Jacket - windblock
Team T-shirt

Price does not include

Chinese visa
Extra nights at hotel in Lhasa
Flight to Lhasa
Personal climbing equipment
Tips for sherpas and staff
Medical insurance (at least 50,000 USD)

Nepal, Tibet, Everest from Nepal (8848m), Everest (8848m), Mountaineering

Trip overview

Chengdu - Lhasa - Shegatze - Shegar - Everest Base Camp - Advanced Base Camp - Climbing the North Col - Everest Base Camp - Shegar - Shegatze - Lhasa - Chengdu

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)

Valid passport
Chinese visa
Climbing insurance
Special permission for climbing in Tibet

1. Please check with our manager the need for a visa to enter the country

2. Please to make sure there are free pages in your Foreign Passport and that the passport expires in more than 6 months

By air and by land

Meeting - seeing off at the airport
Bus for a team of climbers, truck for climber's baggage and staff


Hotel in Lhasa for 2 nights at the beginning and 1 night at the end of the expedition in double rooms
All hotels in Tibet in double rooms
In BC and ABC - 1 tent for 1 person.
High-altitude camps - 1 tent for 2-3 people.


Breakfasts in Lhasa and Tibet (lunch and dinner not included)
Meals in BC, Middle Camp in ABC and on the North Col - 3 times a day. Nepalese and Tibetan cooks cook 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 climbing - we provide special dehydrated products. Cooks and Sherpas prepare meals for the participants in high-altitude camps (above ABC / NC) on gas burners.


Expedition Leader (Everest climber)
Guides (climbers on Everest) -1 for 5 participants
Chinese liaison officer
Chefs from Nepal
Kitchen Worker from Tibet
High-rise porter (Sherpas) - 1.5 for 1 participant
All high altitude porters have experience on the slopes of Everest. They also accompany climbers.

Health and medical insurance

The Expedition has a doctor who provides services in the BC and, in extreme cases, in the ABC (6400m). Guides are provided with the necessary first-aid kit for medical care. But we also recommend that you bring your own first-aid kit with specific medicines.
Attention! A necessary condition for participation in the expedition is that the participant has special climbing medical insurance.


The weather in the Everest region is very unstable. Every day we get a forecast on the Internet.
In BC, the temperature during the day is + 5 + 20C. At night -5-10C. In ABC during the day 0 + 5C. At night -10-20C. On the North Col, 0-20.

Extra expenses

Single accommodation in Lhasa and Tibet
Lunches and Dinners in the cities
Extra nights at a hotel in Lhasa
Tips for Nepalese kitchen staff - usually $ 200

Internet, phone

In Base and Advanced Base Camp we organize 220 V with
generator and 12v using solar panels
There will be opportunity to work with electronic equipment in these two camps

Walkie Talkies:
On the route we use radio stations with a frequency of 144.00 Mg Walkie-talkies all Guides and Sherpas will have

Everest Base Camp has GSM communications (regular mobile communications at a frequency of 1800)
We drive through Lhasa. We organize local sim cards with 3G from the local operator China Mobile. Also, the Thuraya satellite phone works well in routes.

The Internet:
We will organize local sim cards with 3G
Connect your computers, communicators, tablets and work on them for 24 hours a day (with a lunch break)

Personal gear

Shared Equipment (provided by 7 Summits Club)
We provide all the shared equipment for the expedition.
Shared Equipment for BC and ABC (provided by 7 Summits Club):
Dining tent
Kitchen tent
Shower tent
Toilet tent Sleeping tent (1 for 1 member)
All kitchen utensils (gas-stoves, pots, etc.)
All kitchen equipment (plates, spoons, cups, tables, chairs)
Wash tabs and detergents
Gas heater for dining tents
First-aid kit
Generator + fuel
All the necessary electric equipment (bulbs, sockets, etc.)

Approximate list of personal equipment you will need for the expedition:
Duffle bag
Sleeping bag
Foam pad
Gas lamp
Gas stove
Gas cylinders - 1-2 items
Personal items for washing

Technical Equipment for the ascent:
Crampons (e.g. Grivel G12)
Rucksack 45-50 liters
Karabiners with screwgate lockers - 3 items
Jumar (ascender)
Telescope ski poles
Rappel device
Head lamp
Photo camera

Equipment for body and feet:
Trekking shoes
Boots of Everest Millet type or doulbe plastic
Down jacket + down trousers (or down overalls)
Gore-tex jacket with wide hood
Gore-tex trousers (better semi-overalls)
Windblock jacket
Windblock trousers
Jacket "Polartec - 100" - 2 items
Warm underwear
Personal underwear
Polartec gloves
Thinsulate gloves
Thinsulate mittens
Warm woolen socks - 4-5 pairs
Warm hat
Windblock face mask
UV glasses
Ski goggles (preferably)