• Trip duration
    60 days
  • Trip level
  • Max people per guide
  • Mountain range
  • Best period
    Mar, Apr, May


Reaching the summit of the giant Mount Everest (8848 m) is the greatest mountaineering challenge in the world. Located in the border of Nepal and Tibet, it is possible to climb it from both sides. This time, I invite you to a fascinating Mount Everest north side expedition, starting from the Chinese territory of Tibet.

The main climbing routes to attempt Mount Everest are the southeast ridge from Nepal, and the north ridge from Tibet.

Tibet was closed to foreign expeditions in 1950 and was reopened in 1980. Since then, it has become a very popular climbing route, with a wide range of opportunities for climbers.

Mount Everest north side route follows the Rongbuk Glacier system, which flows around the North Peak of Everest, also known as Changtse.

It is a safe climbing route, as it avoids Khumbu Icefall, one of the most dangerous stages in the south side of the mountain. It is also cheaper than climbing Everest from Nepal.

However, the north side is technically challenging because there’s more exposed rocks and camps are at a very high altitude.

For further information about this Mount Everest north side expedition, you can find the complete program below.

Please contact me if you want to be a part of this once in a lifetime adventure! I am an IFMGA local guide with wide experience in the Himalaya highest mountains. 

I will be glad to provide you all the information you need and help you plan this amazing trip.


Day 1

Arrive at Kathmandu (capital city of Nepal)

Transfer to a hotel.

Day 2


Briefing and shopping.

Day 3


Day 4


Drive from Kathmandu to Zangmu (2350m). Overnight in hotel.

Day 5


Drive from Zangmu to Nyalam (3750m). Overnight in hotel.


Day 6


Acclimatization day.

Day 7


Drive from Nyalam to Shekar (4250m). Overnight in hotel.

Day 8


Acclimatization day.

Day 9

Everest base camp

Drive to Base Camp (5200m).

Day 10

to 12. Base camp

Day 13

Intermediate camp

From base camp to intermediate camp (6200m).

Day 14

Advanced Base camp

From intermediate camp to Advanced Base camp (6500m).

Day 15

to 53. Climbing period.

Day 54

Advanced Base Camp.

Return to Advanced Base Camp.

Day 55

Base Camp

Return to Base Camp.

Day 56

Base Camp

Cleaning Base Camp.

Day 57


Drive from Base Camp to Nyalam.
Day 58


Drive from Nyalam to Kathmandu. Transfer to hotel.

Day 59

to 60. Kathmandu

Stay in Kathmandu.

Price per person

Price includes

  • Guiding fee
  • Accommodation
  • Half-board meals during trip
  • Transport during the trip
  • Luggage transfer during the trip
  • Permit and entrance fees
  • Visa fee

Other details

Meeting point

Kathmandu airport.


5 nights in Kathmandu with bed & breakfast, at a 3 star hotel.
Full board hotel in route to Tibet side Lhasa, Gyantse & Tingri & Zhangmu (bed & breakfast, with lunch and dinner).
1 tent for 1 person (North Face brand) at Everest's Base Camp and Advance Base Camp.

More info

-A 50 kg load per person is carried by Yak from Base Camp to ABC.
-A 40 kg load per person is carried by Yak on the way back from ABC to BC.
-ABC - There is oxygen for emergency, but you must pay for its use.


The Garbage Deposit and the Deposit fee will be not refund to the clients (climbers) if they don't take back their garbage.