Expédition du Evereset (8,848.86m)

Expédition du Evereset (8,848.86m)

L’expédition Everest 8848.86m
L’expédition Everest 8848.86m
L’expédition Everest 8848.86m
L’expédition Everest 8848.86m
Commençant par

Kathmandu

Se terminant à

Kathmandu

Durée

Hébergement

Lodge et camping

Noter

Difficile

Altitude maximale

8848.86

Plan de repas

Petit-déjeuner,déjeuner et diner

Taille de groupe

1-15

Le mont Everest (8,848.86 m) est le sommet le plus haut du monde. Le mont Everest est également appelé Chomolangma en tibétain, Sagarmatha en népalais. C’est la plus haute montagne sur cette Terre. Il est situé à la frontière entre le Népal, et le Tibet. L’everest a atteint le première fois en 1953, par sir Edmund Hillary et tenzing norgay Sherpa. Ils ont grimpé la crête sud-est, ce voie a accessible par la vallée de Khumbu, menant à la célèbre chute de glace de Khumbu. La crête sud-est est la voie classique de l’himalaya.

 

La description de la route de l’expédition Everest:

Nous nous réunirons à Katmandou, au Népal, nous passerons quelque jours dans la ville pour se reposer, visiter les sites touristiques locaux, et se préparer. Ensuite, nous prendons un vol intérieur vers le village de Lukla et commencerons notre randonnée de 9 jours jusqu’au camp de base.

Camp I(5900m)

Le camp de base de l’Everest se trouve à 5,273 mètres du niveau de la mer, où vous passerez jusqu’à 45 jours. La route de camp de base traverse la chute de glace de Khumbu jusqu’au camp I(5900m).Après avoir dormi en C1, nous retournons au camp de base pour nous reposer et commençons notre planification pour la prochaine montée vers les camps supérieurs.

Camp II(6400m)

Puis, nous retournons à la haute montagne, en contournant la C1 et aller directement au camp II(6400m). Le camp II se trouve dans un moraine à la partie inférieure du bord ouest. C’est une zone trop protégée, où nous maintenons une tente confortable à manger dôme et le personnel de cuisinier permanent. Après avoir dormi en C2 pendant plusieurs jours, nous retournons au camp de base.

Camp III (7,100m)

Nous montons de camp II à camp III(7,100m) sur la face Lhotse, C’est raide, et la glace est dure, mais la route fixée la corde, et les pente de glace de 30 à 45 degrés. Nous devons montée longue pour camp III. Vous passerez deux nuits au camp trois pour l’acclimatation.

Camp IV(7,995m)

Le camp IV(7,995m) est Situé au Col Sud , c’est le dernier camp de l’expédition. plupart des grimpeurs sont facilement accessibles sans oxygène supplémentaire. Il y a deux sections rocheuses à naviguer avant le camp IV. Maintenant, nous sommes sur le camp 4 qui situé à la hauteur de 26000ft; c’est le dernier camp de l’Expédition. De là, le sommet est d’environ 853m, loin. C’est la partie finale et dangereuse de l’escalade. Cet endroit les vents est féroces et violents.

Le jour du sommet(8,848.86m)

Nous continuons jusqu’au Sommet du Sud et sur l’étape Hillary. Enfin, nous atteignons le plus haut sommet du monde, Everest(8,848.86m).

 

 

 

01

Katmandou

A votre arrivée à Katmandou, vous êtes accueilli à l’aéroport et transféré à l’hôtel. Après-midi libre, Repas libres. Nuit à l’hôtel.

02

Katmandou

Visite guide culture dans la vallée de Katmandou. Vérification de l'équipement et de l'emballage, introduction entre nos équipes et les membres sur la façon de communiquer entre eux. Réunion d’information au Ministre du tourisme et de l’aviation civile, Division de l’industrie du tourisme.

03

En vol Kathmandu - Lukla (35min-2800m) et Trek à Phakding (4h-2600m)

04

Phakding - Namche Bazaar (6h-3440m)

05

Journée d'acclimatation à Namche

06

Namche - Tengboche Monastery (6h-3867m)

07

Tengboche - Pheriche (6h-4243m)

08

Pheriche - Lobuche (6h-4930m)

09

 Lobuche - Lhotse base camp (6h-5500m)

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Aascention du Expédition du Evereset (8,848.86m)

Aascention du Expédition du Evereset (8,848.86m)

65

Camp de base - Lobuche/Pheriche

66

Pheriche - Namche

67

Namche - Lukla

68

Lukla - Katmandou

69

Katmandou

70

Départ

  • Départ
    Fin
    Prix min
    Le statut
     
  • 2022-09-19
    2022-11-04
    19200

Le coût comprend

  1. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE: Pick up and drop off services for both international & domestic flights as per the itinerary.
  2. HOTEL ACCOMMODATION:4 nights in Hotel Annapurna or in similar other hotels with one double room with breakfast.
  3. WELCOME DINNER: A welcome dinner with Office Staff in a typical Nepali restaurant in Kathmandu.
  4. DOMESTIC AIR: Both way air tickets for Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu with airport tax.
  5. TRANSPORTATION: Land and air domestic transportation cost for our overall expedition crew for the entire expedition.
  6. CLIMBING PERMIT: Expedition Royalty and Climbing Permit Charge by Nepal Government to climb Mount Everest.
  7. ROUTE FIXING CHARGE:Khumbu Icefall route and summit route fixing charge.
  8. TRASH:Stool shipment and other garbage disposal fee.
  9. MEALS: Fresh Meals on full board (Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner) with Hot Drinks/ Tea/ Coffee, Soup items, fresh meat, and fresh vegetable.
  10. LIAISON OFFICER: Government Liaison officer and his daily wages, equipment, food, insurance, and both way airfare.
  11. COOK AND KITCHEN HELPERS:Experienced and well-trained base camp cook, Camp-2 cook, and Kitchen Helpers.
  12. PORTERS: Porters up to the Base Camp and they’re the return from the base camp.
  13. STAFF WAGES:All wages, equipment, food, accommodation, and insurance for all staffs in trekking and expedition.
  14. MEMBER PERSONAL BAGGAGE:Maximum sixty kilograms per member as a personal baggage.
  15. BASE CAMP TENT:North face, Kailas, Red Fox or any other branded tent and each expedition member will have an individual tent available at the base camp.
  16. BASE CAMP EQUIPMENT:Dining tent, kitchen tent, toilet tent, hot shower tent, communication tent, mattress, pillow, table, chair, and other required equipment.
  17. ELECTRICITY:Generator at the base camp and solar panel at C2 for light or charging any electronic devices.
  18. HEATER:  We will provide a heater at the base camp for a member and staff.
  19. COMMUNICATION:Walkie-talkie per member and climbing staff as required.
  20. INTERNET AND CELL-PHONE: Internet service, satellite and cell-phone network available at the base camp (chargeable as per use).
  21. MEDICAL SERVICE:HRA medical camp provides emergency medical services with certain charge.
  22. WEATHER FORECAST:Availability of the daily weather forecast during the entire expedition.
  23. OXYGEN:O2 Poisk oxygen 6 bottles allocated for member and 3 bottles for each climbing Sherpa.
  24. MASK AND REGULATOR: will be provided Top Out or Summit mask regulator for each member and climbing Sherpa.
  25. BACKUP OXYGEN AND MASK REGULATOR:In case of emergencies, sufficient oxygen and mask regulator available at our Base camp.
  26. HIGH ALTITUDE TENT:North Face, Kailas, Red Fox or any other branded tent from Base Camp to C1, C2, C3, and C4.
  27. GENERAL CLIMBING EQUIPMENT:EPI gas and gas burner, dynamic climbing rope, ice screws, snow shovel, snow bars, carabineer etc.
  28. CLIMBING SHERPA:One Everest summiteer professional climbing Sherpa per member.
  29. CLIMBING SHERPA ALLOWANCE: Equipment that requires advance payment, daily wages and carrying bonus.
  30. EQUIPMENT ALLOWANCE FOR STAFF: Equipment allowance for the base camp cook, camp two cook, and kitchen helpers.
  31. RESCUE INSURANCE:Helicopter rescue insurance for high altitude climbing guide, cook, and staff.
  32. FAREWELL DINNER:Farewell dinner with expedition staff in a Nepali typical restaurant with a cultural show in Kathmandu.
  33.  

Le coût exclut

1: Nepal entry visa fee
2: International airfare
3: Entrance fees for sightseeing/monument visit as per the itinerary
4: Lunch and dinner during your stay in Kathmandu and Pokhara (except farewell dinner)
5: Rescues, repatriation, medicines, medical tests, and hospitalization expenses
6: phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, mineral water, and hot shower
7: Items of personal nature, laundry expenses, tips
8: Clothing packing items or bags, personal medical kit
9: Personal equipment for climbing & trekking( Down Jacket and Sleeping Bags)
10: Any additional staff other than specified
11: Tips and Gratitude.
12: In case of natural calamities i.e. political unrest, cancellation of flight due to weather, landslides etc the extra charge should be born by themselves.
13: Summit bonus for climbing Sherpa and staffs’ tip (US$500 to US$1,500)
14: Personal expenses

15.: Special filming, camera, and Drone permit fee.

16: Any other item not mentioned in “THE PACKAGE COST INCLUDES” section.·   

Equipment List:

Climbing Gear

  • Helmet: Must be able to fit over your ski hat
  • Alpine Ice Axe: General mountaineering tool (65-70cm)
  • Crampons: 12 points
  • Ascender: 1 right or left-hand ascender
  • A mountaineering harness, with adjustable leg loops
  • Carabiners: 3 lockings and 6 regular*
  • Rappel device: ATC or figure 8*

 

Clothing

Footwear:

  • Mountaineering boots: suitable for above 8000m; Scarpa phantom 8000 or equivalent (This is because we can work under extreme weather conditions and also preparing you for your ultimate goal to climb Everest)
  • Hiking shoes for the trek to base camp.
  • Booties: Optional, down is best.
  • Bridgedale Summit socks or equivalent: 6 pairs
  • Bridgedale Liner socks or equivalent: 3 pairs

 

Body Layers:

  • 2 merino base layers: top and bottom
  • 1 mid-layer top: breathable
  • Underwear
  • Lightweight Nylon Pants: 1 pair
  • Soft Shell jacket with hoody: To be worn over other layers
  • Soft Shell Pants: Very breathable and water repellent
  • Hard Shell Jacket with hood: A waterproof and breathable shell jacket
  • Hard Shell Pants: Waterproof and breathable shell pants
  • Insulated Down Jacket with hood: (fill power 800) or equivalent to Rab’s Electron Jacket. We primarily wear this when climbing below Camp 3
  • Insulated synthetic Pants: Worn primarily when climbing below Camp 2
  • Long jones equivalent to Rab’s Polartec or equivalent: 2 pairs
  • Summit Down Suit 

 

Headgear and Handwear:

  • Warm Hat: Synthetic or wool hat (ski hat)
  • Sunhat: To shade your face/neck from the sun on a hot day
  • Buff: To protect your neck/face from the sun
  • Glacier glasses: Full protection with side covers or wrap around
  • Ski goggles: To be worn on summit day in the event of high winds
  • Lightweight synthetic liner gloves: For wearing on a hot day; 2 pairs
  • Softshell gloves: To wear for moderate cold/wind
  • Shell glove with insulated liner: To wear for severe cold / strong wind
  • Expedition Mitts

 

 Personal Gear:

  • Expedition Backpack: 65L pack should be large enough.
  • Trekking Backpack: To carry on the trek to base camp. Simple and light.
  • Sleeping Bag (for high camps): Rated to at least -40°F. Goose down or synthetic.
  • Sleeping Bag (for base camp): rated to at least -20°F
  • Compression stuff sacks: 3 large ones; for reducing the volume of the sleeping bag, down parka, etc., in your pack
  • High-Quality sleeping pad (1 for base camp and 1 for high camps): Full length is preferred
  • Closed-cell foam pad: To be used in conjunction with the inflating pad for warmth and comfort when sleeping
  • Trekking poles with snow baskets: Adjustable poles
  • Cup: Plastic insulated cup for drinking
  • Bowl: A plastic bowl for eating dinner or breakfast
  • Spoon: Plastic spoon
  • Head torch: 1 normal for base camp and 1 with remote battery systems for climbing at night. This will be used whilst climbing at night
  • Sunscreen: SPF 50 or above
  • Lip balm with sunblock
  • Water bottles: 2 wide mouth bottles with a 1-litre capacity
  • Water bottle parkas (2): fully insulated with zip opening
  • Thermos: 1 litre (buy a good one to keep your water warm for longer hours)
  • Pee bottle: 1-litre minimum bottle for convenience at night in the tent
  • Toiletry bag: Include toilet paper and hand sanitizer and a small towel
  • Hand warmers & toe warmers
  • Penknife or multi-tool (optional)
  • Camera: bring extra batteries and memory cards.
  • Personal solar charging system (optional but recommended)
  • Travel Clothes: For days in-country
  • Duffel bags (2) with locks: To transport equipment
  • Base Camp Items: Kindle, I pad, smartphone, etc
  • Snack food: Please bring a few days of your favourite climbing snack food such as bars, gels, nuts, beef jerky, etc. A variety of salty and sweet is good
  • Small personal first aid kit: Include athletic tape, Band-Aid’s, Ibuprofen, blister care***, personal medications, etc
  • Medications and Prescriptions: Bring antibiotics (Azithromycin, etc.), and altitude medicine such as Diamox and dexamethasone
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