Mount Everest Thamserku

Mount Everest Expedition – 8,848m/29,028ft

Highlights:

  • Trek to Everest Base Camp on full board.
  • Benefits of logistic arrangement at base camp and rotations to Camp I, II, III & IV.
  • Safe climb and descend with the assistance of an experienced climbing crew.
  • A Pooja ceremony and technical climbing skill training.
  • Climbing on Khumbu Icefall and experience walk on the ladder to cross crevasses.
  • A steep climb on blue ice and snow to Camp III.
  • Steep climb and traverses on Yellow band and rock band to Camp IV.
  • A climb to Balcony (8,382 m) The South Summit (8,747 m) and The Hillary Step (8,778 m) to the Everest Summit (8,848 m).

Overview of Everest Expedition Nepal

Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world which lies at an elevation of 8,848 meters. It is located in the Mahalangur Himal on the border between the Nepalese Khumbu region and the north of Tibet. On both sides, it is surrounded by a vast sanctuary – Sagarmatha National Park on Nepal Side and on the Tibetan side by the Qomolangma National Nature Reserve.

The mountain was named after the British land surveyor George Everest. In Nepal, the mountain is referred to as Sagarmatha “forehead of the sky”, in Tibetan as Qomolangma “mother of the universe”.

Mount Everest was first climbed by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa on 29 May 1953 from the South Col. Since then many expeditions have been carried out to Mount Everest from both Nepal and Tibet Side.

Summit Everest Expedition Nepal with Thamserku Expedition

Adding up to the records, the first ascent of Mount Everest (from Nepal Side) without oxygen was succeeded on 08.05.1978 by Peter Habeler and Reinhold Messner.

Mount Everest (8,848m), the greatest challenge, is more than a famous mountain on earth. It has unique beauty and mystery. This is the ultimate quest the one that dreams of climbing the roof of the world.

After final preparations of the Everest Expedition in Kathmandu, we will fly to Lukla and begin our Tea-house Lodge trek towards Everest base camp.

We will establish our base camp at 5300m at the foot of the Khumbu Icefall (Base Camp) before making our way to Camp 01 at 6200m, camp 02 at 6,600m smacks in the middle of the Western Camp up to the Lhotse face to Camp 03 at 7200m.

Finally, we’ll head up the South Col to Camp 04 at 8000m before making our Everest summit push.

We admit that no amount of finely tuned organization will guarantee you the summit of Mount Everest. However, we do believe that our experience, combined with your enthusiasm, determination, and good team spirit will provide you with the best possible chance of standing on top of the world.

We also strive to conduct a safe, successful, and enjoyable experience and will do everything possible to achieve each of these goals.

Lhoste Expedition

Mount Lhotse Expedition – 8,516m/27,940ft

EXPEDITION OVERVIEW

Highlights
  • Summit of Lhotse the 4th highest mountain
  • 11 days back and forth trek to Everest base camp on full board
  • Benefits of 30 days logistic arrangement at base camp and rotations to Camp I, II, III & IV
  • Safe climb and descend with the assistance of an experienced climbing crew
  • A Pooja ceremony and technical climbing skill training
  • Climbing on Khumbu Icefall and experience walk on the ladder to cross crevasses
  • A steep climb on blue ice and snow to Camp III
  • Steep climb and traverses on Yellow band and Lhotse Face to Camp IV

Overview

Mount Lhotse is the fourth highest mountain in the world standing at an elevation of 8,516 meters above sea level. It is a neighboring mountain to Everest, located in the Mahalangur Himal on the border between the Nepalese Khumbu region and the north of Tibet. On both sides it is surrounded by a vast sanctuary – Sagarmatha National Park on Nepal Side and on the Tibetan side by the Qomolangma National Nature Reserve.

Lhotse is connected to Everest via the south cole so it is named the “South Peak” in Tibetan. Lhotse is the only mountain having three summits, the main summit, the middle summit at 8,414m, and Lhotse Shar at 8,383m above sea level.

The main summit of  Lhotse was first climbed on 12th May 1970 by the Swiss Mount Everest/Lhotse Expedition team member Ernst Reiss and Fritz Luchsinger. Lhotse and Everest share the same route and camps up to the Yellow Band beyond Camp III. From Yellow Band, the route separates, Everest towards the left while Lhotse to the right further up to the Lhotse face. The technical part for climbing Lhotse is the icy and rocky gully known as “Reiss Couloir” – the last part of the summit.