The new innovative method of climbing Mt. Everest

Much better acclimatization, personalized training, and expert guidance

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UPCOMING MT. EVEREST EXPEDITION: 25 APRIL, 2020

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Why should you trust and climb with us?

Because of our unique method, which we crafted from the experience gained on many climbs in the Himalayas. Here is what what we do better:

EXPERT GUIDANCE

We have an excellent team of very experienced Everest leaders and climbers. Many have led expeditions on Everest for years and reached the summit many times. One of our guides has climbed Everest 12 times! 

All of our mountain guides on Mount Everest are UIAGM – Guides and went through the highest and most demanding mountain guide certification course. The make sure you always stay on the safe side of life.

PRE-ACCLIMATIZE

The perfect acclimatization plan: We leave the normal path that leads from Lukla – Namche Bazar – Tengboche – Everest Basecamp = we choose a different approach and go climbing a few other peaks.

While others start their acclimatization process for the summit in Everest Basecamp, we are already well acclimatized as we have climbed up to 7200m before = height of Camp 3 

TRAINING

Personalized, customized training plan for 16 week. You will build up on strength and flexibility, on terrains that mimic that found on Everest. We will constantly monitor your progress. 

NUTRITION

Eating smart and well is an important part of the preparation. You will receive weekly meal-plans and we will measure your food intake, so that your body is balanced.

We provide you with everything you need

Preparation
Personalized training plan,
Pre-acclimatization
Enrollment fee

Expert team
A Nepali mountain guide UIAGM, one Sherpa
Liaison Officer, Ice-fall Doctor Fee (Ice-fall Team), Rope Team
Experienced Mount Everest team incl. Staff (cook, assistant guide, carrier, etc.)

Accommodation
Overnight stays in hotel in Kathmandu
Overnight stays in lodges where appropriate
Double tent in EBC, 2 - 3 persons per tent from C1

Transportation
All transfers in Nepal incl. Taxes
Transport of material and staff
Rent, maintenance and shipping height tents, generator, other

Food and drinks
Eating on the way, crockery, cutlery
Food, gas, cooker for camps above Basecamp
6 bottles of oxygen with mask and regulator
Closing dinner on the last evening in Kathmandu

Authorizations and miscellaneous
Charge Khumbu Ice-fall Route
All fees and authorizations, such as Sagarmatha National Park
Radio on Mount Everest
1 satellite phone per group
Solar panels in the EBC
Waste disposal fee

Step One

Departing for Kathmandu. This will be your first flight into your expedition. You will bring all the gear with you for your expedition.

Step Two

Our team will be waiting for you in Khatmandu and help you settle with the accommodation part. A little rest is necessary after a lengthy flight.

Step Three

You have the option of staying in Khatmandu for some sightseeing or fly to Lukla. Either way, you will be in for a great experience.

Step Four

Now we will start with the acclimatisation process again. Trekking and climbing some mountains up to 7200m. Then go to basecamp, do some shifts.

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EXPERT
GUIDANCE.

YOU’RE IN
SAFE HANDS.



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Pascal Manetsch

Mountain Instructor Swiss Alpine Club

Member of Swiss Society of Mountain Medicine

Mountain Specialist Swiss Army Forces

25+ years of mountaineering experience

 

 

 

 

 

Tendi Sherpa

Technical Co-Director UIAGM – Mountain Guide Instructor NMGA Nepali Mountain Guides Association Multiple Mount Everest summiteer Expedition leader

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