Trip Code: TXE
Mount. Everest is situated at the edge of the Tibetan Plateau on the border between Nepal and Tibet. Most Nepali people refer this mountain as Sagarmatha, literally means "Forehead in the Sky." Tibetans and Sherpa people refer it as Chomolungma, which means "Goddess Mother of the World." This mountain looks like a pyramid-shaped horn, sculpted by the erosive power of the glacial ice into three massive faces and three major ridges, which soar to the summit from the north, south, and west separated by the huge glaciers that descend from the main peak and its nearby satellite peaks
Climbing Mt. Everest from Tibet side has become quite popular among the climbers. Low cost of royalty and other basic mountaineering services, as well as the safest route to the summit, are the key factors to attract more Everest climbers from North Col. than from the South Col. Technically, it is more challenging than the South side but does not have the ice fall danger. One of charming of Everest North Ridge route is that it offers the view of virtually the whole route from the base camp
After following a proper acclimatization schedule at Everest Base Camp we climb straight towards the North Face of Everest before branching east, towards advanced base camp at 6,400m/ 20,997 feet. Then we keep moving ahead to Intermediate Camp (6200m), Advance Base Camp (6500m), Camp 1, Camp 2 and finally Summit to Mt. Everest (8850m).
Mt. Everest North Col is truly a challenging expedition trip but the rewards, memories, and experience that one gets will be a lifetime memory.
If anyone would like to sign up for our Everest North Col expedition, please get in touch with us via email email@example.com and it would be your first step towards climbing on Everest in China.
Climbing Mt. Everest from Tibet side has become quite popular among the westerners. Low cost of royalty and other basic mountaineering services as well as the safest route to the summit are the key factors to attract more Everest climbers from North Col. than from the South Col.
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