“Experience, explore and enjoy the highest summit (8848m) on Earth, the Mt. Everest (Qomolangma) in association with Snowy Horizon Expeditions through the easy path from Tibet, the North Face Route via North Ridge.”
Mt. Everest called The Sagarmatha(the forehead of the sky) in Nepali and Qomolangma in Tibetan is the highest summit on Earth with an altitude of 8848.86m and thus is known as the roof of the world. The Jewels of Asia Mt. Everest has its two major faces South and North. The South face of the most popular mountain lies in Nepal whereas the North face lies in China’s autonomous state Tibet. History says that in 1715, China surveyed the mountain for the first time while they were mapping Chinese territory and depicted it as Mount Qomolangma.
However, Mt. Everest was first officially measured in 1856 during the Great Trigonometry Survey of the British Indian Government and was named as Peak XV certified with a height of 8840m. Sir George Everest, the General of British India during the survey period was the major surveyor in 1856. Hence to honor him the name of this highest peak was chosen as Mt. Everest. During the period, Tibet and Nepal were closed to foreigners, so it is reasonable to assume that local names of the mountain were unknown which made the name Mt. Everest, popular in the world.
Many people in the world credit the discovery of the peak and its height to Sir George Everest as above. However, in the Indian Journal of History of Science, 50.4 (2015) 642-645 named “Trigonometrical Survey of India and Naming of Peak XV as Mt. Everest” says Radhanath Sikdar, an Indian native, and Andrew Waugh, the subsequent Surveyor-General, deserve the true recognition. The paper will explore the old materials to give more accurate details on the discovery of Mt. Everest. Most of the data was gathered from the book EVEREST the Man and the Mountain written by J. R. Smith.
Due to the highest elevation and summit point on earth, the mountain has now become a lifetime dream for most mountaineers. There are two commercial routes on Mt. Everest Expedition. One is the South Face route via Southeast Ridge from Nepal and the other is the North Face route via North Ridge from Tibet. The royalty of this Expedition from the Tibet side (North Face) is now higher than in Nepal. Before it was significantly lower. Tibet is now charging a minimum of US$ 15800 per climber for a minimum of 4 members required on a team that covers the border to BC and BC to border transportation with jeep/minibus and BB Plan accommodations en-route before the campsite and limited yaks to carry the logistics up to Advance Base Camp. Whereas, Nepal is charging only US$ 11,000 per climbing member as the royalty fee for the same. However, there are other hidden charges on formalities for climbing Sherpa and base camp staff insurance covering the search and rescue with helicopters and the government-appointed liaison officer for each expedition team.
The climbers who can manage the huge funding for Mt. Everest Expedition personally or through business sponsors are eligible to take part since the climbing experience and techniques are not the major requisitions. In the project of Mt. Everest Expedition North Face in Tibet, a professional mountain guide with a team of climbing Sherpa can take the climbing member individually to the summit for a substantial fee added to the package.
Snowy Horizon Treks & Expedition is delighted to offer world-class services in the Everest Expedition in Tibet in Base Camp, Advance Base Camp and the high Camps like C1, C2 and C3. Our service covers arrivals, departures and hotel accommodations in Kathmandu, transfer to Kerung border (Rashuwa Gadhi of Nepal)of Tibet, drive to and from Mt. Everest BC and all Tibet side hotel accommodations on BB Plan in Kerung and Old Tingri. All 3 meals a day with unlimited hot and cold drinks are prepared and served by our expedition professional cook and full logistics support of camping in BC and ABC as mentioned on the cost information index.
For Mt. Everest Expedition in North face, the climbing guides of team Snowy Horizon are highly skilled, qualified and time-to-time reviewed and recognized through their training and experiences in this profession and are reasonably paid by us. To these climbing guides in our Everest Expedition, we are going to put on a rope. This is a serious climb with serious consequences should things go wrong. So, one of the most things we have to keep in mind while operating the Mt. Everest Expedition is anticipation. We are ready and get set for welcoming you in our fixed departures each year for Mt. Everest North Face Expedition from Tibet. You can join us for the required hassle-free hospitality and a high rate of expectation for summit success with the prime attention to your safety.
North Base Camp is approached from the Tingri Plain through Rongbuk (4880m), the location of the famous Buddhist Monastery. Two days trek to Everest North Base Camp (6500m) begins at the Chinese Base Camp (5100m) with intermediate acclimatization in Middle Camp (6200m). Typically it takes 3 days to drive to Tingri (4300m) from Kathmandu with acclimatization stops in Kerung (2850m). It takes typically 10 days to reach ABC from Kathmandu according to the Itinerary index.
07 April: Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu Airport & transfer to hotel (1350m).
08-11 April: Day 02-05: Rest, preparation, visa collection, assignment & briefing.
12 April: Day 06: Drive (8 Hrs.) to Kerung Town via Timure Immigration formality; hotel(BB Plan).
13 April: Day 07: Rest and Acclimatize day in Kerung (2850m), overnight hotel (BB Plan).
14 April: Day 08: Drive to Old Tingri (4390m); overnight hotel (BB Plan).
15 April: Day 09: Rest and acclimatization at Old Tingri; overnight hotel (BB Plan).
16 April: Day 10: Drive from Tingri to Rongbuk, Chinese Base Camp (5200m) four hours; Camp.
17-19 April: Day 11-13: Rest and acclimatization; prepare and arrange yaks for Advanced Base Camp (ABC).
20 April: Day 14: Trek from Rongbuk (CBC) to Middle Camp (MC-5700m-5 Hrs.); overnight in Camping.
21 April: Day 15: Trek to Advance Base Camp (ABC-6400m); prepare camp overnight camping.
22 April-26 May: Day 16-51: Climbing Period (summit period of Mt. Everest 8848.86m).
27 May: Day 52: Dismantling ABC; drive to Chinese BC; drive to Tingri, overnight hotel (BB Plan).
28 May: Day 53: Drive from Tingri to Kerung Town (7 Hrs.); hotel.
29 May: Day 54: Drive from Kerung to Kathmandu; overnight hotel (BB Plan).
30 May: Day 55: Rest and leisure day and shopping in Kathmandu.
31 May: Day 56: Final departure to your port of destination.
(Beginning from a minimum of US$ 1800 per summit per Sherpa).
(Per climbing member beginning from a minimum of US$ 300.00 in total for all)