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Climbing the highest peak in the world represents, in many ways, the culmination of a climber's mountaineering career. The decision of whether or not to attempt it and with whom to go climb it are not to be taken lightly.

We are offering a professionally guided Everest expedition to the south side of the mountain. We provide everything to make this a successful expedition to the highest mountain in the world. Our Sherpa team is highly experienced and our American guides are the best in the industry. Unlike some Everest expeditions, ours does not contain any hidden costs, extras or add-ons with this trip.

Our 2010 expedition will provide all the leadership and logistics necessary to climb Mt. Everest via the normal (SE Ridge) route on the Nepal side. This route has the highest success rate on the mountain. We will have our own luxury base camp, Sherpa cooks and staff. Highly supported, this team will consist of a maximum of 4 climbers per American guide, and will be supported by an average of two Sherpas per climber.

Logistical preparations are paramount on an Everest expedition, and our team will be organized and led by Scott Woolums, a five-expedition Everest veteran and one of the most experienced high altitude guides in the USA. This is an incredible opportunity for qualified climbers to join a very well organized Everest trip, with a proven and solid Sherpa team, base camp services, oxygen systems, communications, and medical support. If the weather cooperates and you put in the proper training that such an endeavor requires, we feel that our acclimatization schedule and leadership will provide you with the best possible chance for summitting.

Anyone considering an attempt on Mount Everest should contact Mountain Trip or, if you prefer, Scott directly, for additional information to help better determine if this is an appropriate decision for you to make at this time.

Included in the trip fee:

  • Climbing permits and park fees
  • 2:1 climbing Sherpa support
  • All oxygen and equipment (masks, regulators)
  • R/T flights and extra baggage fees between Kathmandu and Lukla
  • 4 nights hotel lodging in Kathmandu at a 4-star hotel
  • All food and lodging during the trek in to BC
  • Tents, base camp facilities, including a single tent at BC, solar power, and heaters in BC
  • Group climbing and camping equipment
  • Fixed line fees, Liaison officer fees, Sherpa and LO equipment charges
  • All yaks and porter support to/from basecamp
  • Telephone and high speed internet are available for additional fees.

Not included in trip fees:

  • International flights to and from Nepal
  • Kathmandu personal expenses (apart from those included above)
  • Personal equipment per our equipment list
  • Sodas, beer, bottled water, internet, and assorted "extras" during the trek in

 

 

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