Eight of the world’s fourteen highest peaks are found in this region and we can assure you the memories of this charity challenge will last a lifetime.
This specially designed itinerary will maximise our chance of success and the trekking is taken at a measured pace in order for us to acclimatise sufficiently. You will experience amazing, motivational and securing support from our local guides – our crew are simply the best around incorporating traditional Sherpas who are from the Everest region. Their generous and loving support will motivate you to push on to reach and achieve your goal.
Words cannot describe the true feelings you will experience on this charity challenge; the sights of Buddhism and Hinduism surround us making this the ultimate trek in the challenge events market – a truly spiritual and humbling experience for all.
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We depart the UK for our overnight flight to Kathmandu.
Arrive Kathmandu and transfer to hotel. Free time to explore and refresh after flight.
Day of sight-seeing around Kathmandu, taking in Boudhanath Stupa – the biggest Buddhist shrine in the world!
Fly to Lukla. Trek to Phakding – 2,650m.
Trek to Sherpa capital of Namche Bazaar – 3,400m.
Acclimatisation day in Namche Bazaar. Optional trek to help acclimatise to Sagamartha National Park Headquarters – a must!
Trek Namche Bazaar to Khumjung – 3,795m.
Trek to Tyangboche – 3,867m. Visit the amazing monastery.
Trek to Dingboche – 4,350m.
Acclimatisation day in Dingboche. Optional trek to summit a peak surrounding the town – highly recommended!
Dingboche to Lobuje – 4,928m.
Lobuje to Everest Base Camp, then to Gorak Shep – 5,280m.
- £449 Registration Fee
- £3,750 Minimum Sponsorship
- £250 Airport Tax