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Mountain Climbing in Nepal

Fixed Departure
05 April 2018
Everest (8,848m) The first highest peak in the world.


The Mount Everest is the highest peak of the World 29028ft. (8848m.) through which the climbing toppers feel them selves as the most proud and adventurous personnel of the World. Sir Edmond Hillary and Late Tenzing Norge Sherpa first climbed this peak in May 29, 1953 , after their long time's effort.

Everest Base camp is situated on the north of Khumbu glacier at high of 18000ft. All the international Mt. Everest climbers assemble here during the starting and at the ending time of there climbing. Normally the climbing duration of this expedition lasts for 90 days. All the climbers who mass there at the base camp seem really busy with excitement for the preparation of their expedition to reach on the summit.

Some climbers climb this mountain on their own risk without any climbing Sherpa guide; and some climbers go with their own climbing Sherpa guide. Most of the teams carry own their on Internet, Satellite phone, Medical Doctor and rest of the modern requirement.  
After the Base camp, we have to cross crevasses, Seracs and ice block. Similarly we should face to the way up having Chunks of ice as large as our houses where we should used fixed ropes and aluminum ladders to climb ahead camp 1 st 6400m.

Camp 1: 20000ft. (6,400m)
This camp 1 is situated at the flat area of endless snow deep crevasses and mountain walls. Because of the Sun's reflection from this place we get warm and heating ambience at this place. In the night we listen the deep murmuring cracking sounds of crevasses beneath our tent. These are the areas where we have to walk to reach camp 2.

Camp 2. 21000ft. (6,750m)
This camp 2 is situated at the height of the 21000ft, which is located at the foot of the icy mount Lhotse wall though where we have to go ahead. Weather is here is good but bad clouds roll in from the low range of the Himalayan valleys to the bottom of our camp two. But wind here some times seems very violent enough to destroy our tents. After climbing these palaces we reach camp 3.

Camp 3. 22300ft. (7,100m)
Camp 3 is located at the height of 22300ft, adjoining to mount Lhotse wall. After climbing the 4000ft. Lhotse wall by using fixed rope and with prior acclimatization it leads us to camp 4. Also on the way we have to ascend the steep allow bands (lose, down -slopping and rotten limestone). From their crossing short snowfield the route moves ahead up the Geneva Spur to the east before finishing the flats of the south col. (Another wells name meaning Saddle of pass). Oxygen should probably be use above base camp 3 incase of needed to the climbers.

Camp 4.  26000ft. (8,400m) 
Now we are on  camp 4 which located  at theheight of 26000ft; it is the last camp of the Expedition. From here summit is about 500m, distance far. This is the final and dangerous part of the climbing. This place is besieged by ferocious and violent winds. The normal best way to reach the summit is via the narrow South - East Ridge and it precedes the South Summits 28710ft.  
From here the way is easy to reach at the summit of the Everest 29028ft; and late Sir Edmond Hillary and l Tenzing Norge Sherpa used this route in 1953.

Everest South Face 8,848m. Expedition

Fixed Departure
05 April 2018

Itinerary:


02 April 2018 Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu, Nepal and transfer to hotel  
03 April 2018 Day 02: Kathmandu  
04 April 2018 Day 03: Prepared Expedition & Briefing in Ministry of Tourism  
05 April 2018 Day 04: Fly to Lukla & trek to Phakding (2640m)  
06 April 2018 Day 05: Phakding - Namche Bazar (3446m)  
07 April 2018 Day 06: Namche (3446m) & Acclimatization  
08 April 2018 Day 07: Namche - Thyanboche Monastry (3867m)  
09 April 2018 Day 08: Thyanboche - Pheriche (4243m)  
10 April 2018 Day 09: Pheriche - Lobuche (4930m) Lodge /camp  
11 April 2018 Day 10: Everest Base Camp (5400m) O/N Camp
12 April - 31 May 2018 Day 11-60 Climbing Period for Mt. Everest 
01 June 2018 Day 61: Base Camp - Thyanboche (3800m)  
02 June 2018 Day 62: Thyanboche - Phakding (2600m)  
03 June 2018 Day 63: Phakding - Lukla (2800m)  
04 June 2018 Day 64: Lukla  - Kathmandu  
05 June 2018 Day 65: Final Departure

International Dhaulagiri 8,167m, Expedition

Fixed Departure  
07 April 2018

Itinerary 01: (Easy Itinerary)

04 April 2018 Day 01: Arrival and transfer to Hotel.  
05 April 2018 Day 02: Preparing Expedition  
06 April 2018 Day 03: Briefing in Ministtry of Tourism  
07 April 2018 Day 04: Drive by Bus to Beni & Galeshor Camp  
08 April 2018 Day 05: Beni - Darban - Camp
09 April 2018 Day 06: Darbang - Baskot village
10 April 2018 Day 07: Baskot village - Bagar - Camp
11 April 2018 Day 08: Bagar - Dovan - Camp
12 April 2018 Day 09: Dovan - Pina (forest camp) sallaghari  
13 April 2018 Day 10: Pina (forest) -Italian Base Camp - Camp
14 April 2018 Day 11: Italian Base Camp - Dhaulagiri Base camp - Camp
15 April - 12 May 2018 Day 12-39: Climbing Period of Dhaulagiri 8167m. Expedition
13 May 2018 Day 40: Prepared for coming back  
14 May 2018 Day 41: Dhaulagiri Base camp - Yak Khark  
15 May 2018 Day 42: Yak Khark - Jomsom  
16 May 2018 Day 43: Fly Jomsom - Pokhara - Kathmandu  
17 May 2018 Day 44: Kathmandu  
18 May 2018 Day 45: Final Departure

Itinerary: 02

04 April 2018 Day 01: Arrival and transfer to Hotel.  
05 April 2018 Day 02: Preparing Expedition  
06 April 2018 Day 03: Briefing in Ministtry of Tourism   
07 April 2018 Day 04: Drive by Bus to Beni & Galeshor Camp  
08 April 2018 Day 05: Galeshor - Tato Pani  
09 April 2018 Day 06: Tatopani - Ghasa
10 April 2018 Day 07: Ghasa - Marpha  
11 April 2018 Day 08: Marpha - Yak Khark  
12 April 2018 Day 09: Yak Khark - Dhaulagiri Base Camp 
13 April - 12 May 2018 Day 10-37: Climbing Period of Dhaulagiri 8167m. 
14 May 2018 Day 38: Prepared for coming back  
15 May 2018 Day 39: Dhaulagiri Base camp - Yak Khark  
16 May 2018 Day 40: Yak Khark - Jomsom  
17 May 2018 Day 41: Fly Jomsom - Pokhara  & Pokhara – Kathmandu is by bus
18 May 2018 Day 42: Kathmandu  
19 May 2018 Day 43: Final Departure

Cost:

International Shishapangma 8012m. Expedition Spring 2018
12 April 2018
Shishapangma 8012m. the 14th Highest Peak in the world

Shishapangm is one of the very lovely mountain of China, which lies in the autonomous region called the Tibet of China, only a very few people in the world had idea about the Shishapangma before the Chinese opened Tibet to the western summiteers iloven 1978. The Tibetans regard it as the very holy mountain. It is the youngest mountain among the peaks situated above the height of 8000m, and there are only fourteen mountains above in the 8000m high Himalayan ranges. Till to date many climbers have succeeded to approach on its apex.

Route  
The North West normal route to Shishapangma takes us up easy angled snow slopes up to 35 degrees with one steeper section. The necessary lines will be fixed and placed on the steeper or crevassed sections. Following our acclimatization in Zhangmu & Nyalam, we will arrive at the base camp (5000m) to make ready our final preparations and acclimatization walks. Yaks transport our expedition gear from Base camp 5000m, to ABC at 5,400m. Three further camps will be place en-route.

Camp 1 - 6,730m – After 6-7 hours walk we reach in camp 2 through crossing many snowy slopes by fixing ropes in the places of crevassed.

Camp 2 - 7,045m – After 5-6 hours we reach camp 3 via steep ascent leading to very gentle ground below the northwest ridge.

Camp 3 - 7,400m – From Camp 3, it takes 9-12 hours to reach on the summit. The situation of the groups/climbers' progress and the condition of the physical fitness; and also the favorable condition of the weather depends the climbing ahead.

Some times the extra additional days are also required for acclimatization at different places until climbers succeeds the summit. If the climber succeeds the mountaineering early than the scheduled tenure they may leave the base camp before the prescribed time as well.

Climbing Sherpa for Himalayan:

We facilitate highly professional, well trained and qualified climbing Sherpas for the your expeditions. Many climbers avoid Sherpa guides for the climbing, so because of this, they have been found to facing many hindrances on their way. If you take Sherpas along with you on the expedition, they are very useful in your each and every step of support, which makes your climbing easier to restore your strained energy; and it gives you vigorous strength for your next day's climbing. Most of the groups, who have gone with the Sherpa guides on the expedition, is found to be succeeded as per our past experiences. So we suggest you to operate your expeditions along with the Sherpa guides.

International Shishapangma (8,012m) Expedition

Entry/Exit Zhangmu  
Fixed Departure  
12 April 2018

Itinerary:


09 April 2018 Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu (1350m.) and transfer to Hotel   
10 April 2018 Day 02: Preparing Expedition/visa for Tibet ( Kathmandu )   
11 April 2018 Day 03: Preparing expedition ( Kathmandu )   
12 April 2018 Day 04: Drive to Kodari Border & Zhangmu   
13 April 2018 Day 05: Drive Nylam 3750m. Over night at
14 April 2018 Day 06: Nylam rest for acclimatization  
15 April 2018 Day 07: Drive to Chinese Base camp 5000m
16 April 2018 Day 08: Acclimatization  
17 April 2018 Day 09: Prepare load for Advance Base Camp  
18 April 2018 Day 10: Trek to Middle Camp,
19 April 2018 Day 11: Trek to Advance Base Camp 5400m.
 20 April - 15 May 2018 Day 12-37: Climbing Period Shishapangama 8012m.
 16 May 2018 Day 38: Trek to Base Camp  
17 May 2018 Day 39: Drive Nyalam  
18 May 2018 Day 40: Drive to Zhangmu & Kathmandu  
19 May 2018 Day 41: Kathmandu  
20 May 2018 Day 42: Final Departures

Lhakpa Ri Expedition

Mount Lhakpa Ri is the newly becoming famous expedition in Tibet; and many climbers have been attracted these days to this mountain climbing through Tibet side. It divides the upper east Rombuk and Kharta glacier. It is very close to Mount Everest and one feels as equal to be climbed Mount Everest the moment, he reaches on the top of this mountain.

It was first climb by George Mallory who was on his way to the Everest Reconnaissance in 1921; and he had seen its North Col.

Bill Tilman made the second ascent during his Everest reconnaissance in 1936. The Third ascent made by French Everest Summiteers Michelle Pelle in 1988. The Fourth ascent by Ken Mc Connell in 1991 the present expedition teams are also using these same routes as the previous four expedition teams had used in the past.

The Expedition starts from Kathmandu- Zhangmu-Nyalam-Tingri and Everest Base Camp (Lhakpa Ri Base camp) 5200m. After that you have to spend a few days for acclimatization. After this base camp, you should start your expedition ahead towards the Middle camp 5780m, with the preparation of loading yaks and expedition crews. Then you have to take a night’s rest in this middle camp. Continuing ahead to this track you reach at the Advance Base camp, which is situated at the height of 6400m.

After this at this, point you may feel some altitude sickness; and in case of this you should take a couple of day’s rest there. After that climbing up ahead you reach almost at the level of East Rombuk Glacier to the Rophu La from where fantastic view of Makalu & Kanchnjunga are seen. Then you get a good look of your route up to the Lhakpa Ri.

From ABC, start early in the morning; and you should go crossing the Rongbuk glacier. There are few crevasses and slopes from the Rongbuk and Kharta glacier and they are relatively low angled which are linked by the Lhak Pa pass 6848m; and it is just to the North of Lhakpa Ri until you reach at the very foot of the slope, leading to you to the North ridge of the Summit. The routes are 20 –30 degrees vertical elevations. This route to climb is not so hard but the vertical way is very long. You have use main rope with the group of 4-6 climbers at this time here. Following the way of the North ridge on the other side you see Kharta glacier and the views of North Col of Everest. The same way of the ridge leads up to the Summit of Lhakpa Ri. From the Lhakpa Ri, a very beautiful views of above the 8000m. High Mountains are envisioned; and also the good panoramic views of small mountains down below there can be seen.

After reaching the summits, on your way back you can choose the different route to get down via Lhasa the capital of old city of Tibet. And this new route may give you another enthusiastic and charming feeing inside you.

Climbing Sherpa for Himalayan:

We facilitate highly professional, well trained and qualified climbing Sherpas for the your expeditions. Many climbers avoid Sherpa guides for the climbing, so because of this, they have been found to facing many hindrances on their way. If you take Sherpas along with you on the expedition, they are very useful in your each and every step of support, which makes your climbing easier to restore your strained energy; and it gives you vigorous strength for your next day’s climbing. Most of the groups, who have gone with the Sherpa guides on the expedition, is found to be succeeded as per our past experiences. So we suggest you to operate your expeditions along with the Sherpa guides.

Booking

For online booking you should deposit us USD 500.00 bank transfer in our bank account in advance which enables you for your secured seats. After this deposition, your expedition will be final confirmed; and in case if you cancel the expedition, the deposition will not be refunded. This is the terms and conditions of our company.

Lhakpa Ri (7,745m) Expedition

Fixed Departure
20 April 2018

Itinerary:

17 April 2018 Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu - Transfer to Hotel.
18 April 2018 Day 02: Kathmandu (Prepare Expedition)
19 April 2018 Day 03: Kathmandu
20 April 2018 Day 04: Drive to Kodari - Cross border & Zhangmu
21 April 2018 Day 05: Zhangmu - Nyalam
22 April 2018 Day 06: Nyalam - Tingri
23 April 2018 Day 07: Tingri Acclimatized
24 April 2018 Day 08: Tingri - Lhakpa Ri Base Camp
25 April 2018 Day 09: Lhakpa Ri Base Camp
26 April 2018 Day 10: Lhakpa Ri Base Camp - Middle Camp
27 April 2018 Day 11: Middle Camp – Advance base camp
28 April - 14 May 2018 Day: 12-26 Climbing period of Lhakpa Ri
15 May 2018 Day 27: Base camp - Shigatse
16 May 2018 Day 28: Shigatse - Gyantse
17 May 2018 Day 29: Gyantse - Lhasa
18 May 2018 Day 30: Lhasa
19 May 2018 Day 31: Lhasa
20 May 2018 Day 32: Lhasa to Kathmandu flight & transfer to Hotel.
21 May 2018 Day 33: Kathmandu
22 May 2018 Day 34: Kathmandu
23 May 2018 Day 35: Final departure

Cost: (Minimum 5 person)

International Baruntse 7,129m. Expedition Spring 2018

18 April 2018

It is at the height of 7129m. in between on the lap of Everest and Makalu mountain. This mountain was first ascended first by Colin Todd and Geoff Harrow on 30 May 1954. They have climbed the mountain by the South -East Ridge. Since then many climbers have used this route and got succeeded. This mountain has also been becoming coveted day by day like the other Pumori, Ama Dablam  and the Everest as well.

he south - East Ridge of Baruntse it is little bit difficult because of being straightforward hard ways to climb. There are hard sections of 50 Degree's elevation with a prominent ice cliff to be climbed facing the risk of avalanche. The climbers have succeeded the mountain mostly in the spring season because of being the season the best to the climber safety. But also some climbers have reached on its top in the autumn season as well.

According to our Friendship World Treks and Expedition's scheduled itinerary the expedition starts from Kathmandu - Lukla flight; and approximately 11 days trekking on foot to Baruntse Base camp; then via the same route on their way back to Kathmandu. The Base camp of Baruntse located very near to Pach Pokhari at the height of 5200m. This Baruntse can be climbed through Arun valley to Makalu Base camp as well.
International Baruntse 7129m. Expedition

18 April 2018

Itinerary:


15 April 2018 Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu - transfer to Hotel  
16 April 2018 Day 02:prepared Expedition  
17 April 2018 Day 03: Briefing in Ministry of Tourism  
18 April 2018 Day 04: Fly to Lukla - Chutanga - Camp  
19 April 2018 Day 05: Chutanga - Nau Lekha- Camp  
20 April 2018 Day 06: Nau Lekha - Kothey -Camp  
21 April 2018 Day 07: Kothey - Thangnak - Camp  
22 April 2018 Day 08: Thangnak - Khare - Camp  
23 April 2018 Day 09: Kare - Mera BC - Camp  
24 April 2018 Day 10: Mera BC - Seto Pokhari Camp  
25 April 2018 Day 11: Seto Pokhari - Baruntse BC- Camp
26 April -  09 May 2018 Day 12 - 25 Climbing period of Mt. Baruntse  7129m.
10 May 2018 Day 26: Baruntse BC - Setopokhari Camp  
11 May 2018 Day 27: Setopokhari - Mera BC - Camp  
12 May 2018 Day 28: Mera BC to Khare - Camp  
13 May 2018 Day 29: Khare to Thagnag - Camp  
14 May 2018 Day 30: Thagnag to Kothey - Camp  
15 May 2018 Day 31: Kothey to Chutanga - Camp  
16 May 2018 Day 32: Chutanga to Lukla - Camp  
17 May 2018 Day 33: Lukla - Kathmandu fly  
18 May 2018 Day 34: Kathmandu  
19 May 2018 Day 35: Final Departure
 
Cost: