Day 1
Arrival in Lhasa (3700m)
Day 2
Excursions in Lhasa (3700m)
Day 3
Drive to Shigatse (3900m)
Day 4
Drive to Shegar (4200m)
Day 5
Acclimatization in Shegar (4200m)
Day 6
Drive to to Chinese BC (4900m)
Day 7
Rest and acclimatization in Chinese BC (4900m)
Day 8
Ascent to ABC (5400m)
Day 9
Rest and acclimatization in ABC (5400m)
Day 10
Rest and acclimatization in ABC (5400m)
Day 11
Ascent to Camp 1 (6400m)
Day 12
Descent to ABC (5400m)
Day 13
Rest and acclimatization in ABC (5400m)
Day 14
Ascent to Camp 1 (6400m)
Day 15
Ascent to Camp 1 (6400m) - Camp 2 (7100m).
Day 16
Descent to the Advanced Base Camp (5400m)
Day 17
Rest and acclimatization in ABC (5400m)
Day 18
Rest and acclimatization in ABC (5400m)
Day 19
Climbing and overnight in Camp 1 (6400m)
Day 20
Climbing and overnight in Camp 2 (7100m)
Day 21
Climbing and overnight in Camp 3 (7500m)
Day 22
Climbing ShishaPangma. Descent to ABC (5400m)
Day 23
Reserve day
Day 24
Reserve day
Day 25
Reserve day
Day 26
Reserve day
Day 27
Descent to BC (4900m)
Day 28
Drive to Shigatse (3900m)
Day 29
Drive to Lhasa (3700m)
Day 30
Departure home

Deposit for reservations 5 000 $

Full payment 90 days before

No refund if you cancel less than 90 days!

September 10 - October 09, 2023
41 310 $

Price includes

-Experienced expedition leader (Everest Summiter) from «7 Summits Club»
-High-altitude porters (Sherpas): 1 for each member of the expedition -
* * Sherpas establish public camps and carry public loads at an altitude above 6,400 m, and also accompany the participant during the days of the summit assault from the upper assault camp to the summit.
-Chinese liaison officer
-Nepalese cook
-Kitchen worker assistant
-The Tibetan visa
-Permit (official permission) to ascent
-Meeting and seeing off at the airport
-Necessary transfers in Lhasa
-Bus and truck for cargo to the sun and back
-Minibus and truck for the participants of the team from Lhasa to Base Camp and back
-1 Yak (40 kg) for personal cargo for one member of the BC-ABC expedition and 1 Yak (40 kg) for one member of the ABC-BC expedition
-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 with Breakfast
-Meals starting from the Base Camp
-Food in BC, ABC and food for climbing
-Tents for participants 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
-1 generator
-First aid kit
-Gas cylinders
-Gas burners
-Tents for high-altitude camps
-Sleeping bags for high-altitude camps
-Ice screws (ice-axes)
-Radio stations-1 for 2 members of the expedition
-Oxygen mask gear: 2 sets per climber (for use only)
-Oxygen cylinders: 3 for each climber (only for use above camp 7000m) and 1 for each Sherpa
-Branded team jacket
-2 Team T-Shirts

Price does not include

-Flight to Lhasa
-Personal climbing equipment
-Tips for staff
-Medical insurance (mandatory for each participant)
-Conducting search and rescue and transportation operations
-Personal high-altitude porter
-Additional yaks for carrying personal belongings of the participant (if necessary, the price is $ 300 for each Yak)
-Additional oxygen cylinders (on request)
-Lunch and dinner in Lhasa and on the way to Base Camp 

Tibet, Shisha Pangma (8013m), Mountaineering

Trip overview

Chengdu - Lhasa - Shigatse - Shegar - Chinese BC - Advanced Base Camp - Camp 1 - Camp 2 - Camp 3 - Climbing ShishaPangma - Chinese BC - Shigatse - Lhasa - Chengdu


Why go there?

ShishaPangma is the 14th highest among 8 thousand tops in the World, and was conquered by the last. This ascent was made for the first time by a Chinese group of climbers in 1964.

The peak is located in the Northern spur of the Main Himalayan range. It is located in the South of Central Tibet, a few kilometers from the border with Nepal. This is the only 8 thousand top, that is located inside the territory of China, and not on its border.

Climbing ShishaPangma, like any other eight-thousand-meter peak, is dangerous at any time of the year! You should understand that no one can guarantee your safety at heights above the Base Camp and especially above 7000 and 8000 meters, especially if this is Your first attempt to try yourself at such heights. Therefore, each participant makes the ascent with his personal Sherpa.

Good advice

Climbing is a potentially dangerous pastime, high-altitude climbing is dangerous at all times. There can be no possible guarantee of your success and safety at the altitudes above BC and especially above 7000 and 8000m. So we strongly recommend you to hire a personal high altitude Sherpa guide-porter, especially if you do not have any experience in high-altitude climbing. This will increase immensely your safety and chances of summiting.


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. 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. 10-20 USD per day is expected as the normal amount of tips for the Guides and the staff of the program. If you liked everything about the trip, please don't forget to thank them. You can give the tips directly to the Main Guide and he will distribute it among the staff.

Necessary travel papers (documents)

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

By air and by land

Transportation before the Base Camp:

Meeting and seeing off at the airport
Necessary transfers in Tibet
Bus and truck for the loads
A minibus for the mountaineering team, a truck for Luggage and staff, for moving to and from the Base Camp.

Transportation cargo above Base Camp:

Yaks carry loads from BC to ABC: 1 Yak per expedition member between BC-ABC and 1 Yak per expedition member between ABC-BC.
Yaks carry all the public and personal equipment of the expedition.
High-altitude porters (Sherpas) help participants carry all the expedition's public equipment above the ABC. They help set up high-altitude camps and bring all tents, sleeping bags, mats, food, gas cylinders, gas stoves, dishes, snow shovels and ropes.


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 and ABC - 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) on gas burners.


Guide and expedition leader from the "7 Summits Club" (Everest climber)
Chinese liaison officer
Chefs from Nepal
Kitchen boys from Tibet
High-altitude porters (Sherpas) - 1 for each member of the team.
All high-altitude porters have experience of climbing and working on 8-thousand meters. They help lift public equipment and oxygen to high-altitude camps, and accompany expedition members above the assault camp on the Summit day.

Health and medical insurance

We provide 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 Shishapangma area is usually stable. And in the Autumn you will have chances for good weather. Every day we get a forecast on the Internet and based on it we choose the best period for acclimatization exits and ascents.

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

Phone :
When drive through Lhasa you can buy SIM cards if you wish
local operator China Telecom and call not roaming. Also, the satellite phone "Thuraya" works well everywhere on the route"

We organize Wi-Fi in the Advanced Base camp (5700m).
Bring your computers, communicators, tablets and work on them 24 hours a day (with a lunch break)

Personal gear

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
- Harness
- 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
- Balaclava
- Warm hat
- Windblock face mask
- UV glasses, UV-400
- Ski goggles, UV-400