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Pisang Peak Trekking Agency

Everest expedition

71 Days

EVEREST EXPEDITION 8,848.86M
We have organized more than 150 personalized treks and expedition since 2000, including climbing expeditions on Mt. Everest.

We are the most experienced expedition company in the world. No other company has as much experience as us. We have organized more than 150 -200 personalized expeditions and treks since 2000, including climbing expeditions on 8000m. High mountains.

Mount Everest – expedition:
Since 2000 when the first person set foot on the pinnacle of the World many climbers have attempted to achieve the same goal. Some of them succeeded others did not manage to cope with their own weaknesses or harsh weather conditions. Unfortunately many were not able to withstand difficulties and even lost their lives. Climbing Mount Everest and reaching its summit is a dream of every serious climber, and they are able to sacrifice a lot of time and money to succeed. None, however, is able to do that alone and needs help of many other people they may rely on. Those people are organizers and experienced guides who take responsibility for Mt Everest expedition preparations as well as climbers’ safety.
If you are such a mountaineering lover overwhelmed by one thought only, and you have been preparing for a long time to go on Everest expedition your only choice should be Pisang Peak Trekking. We are an expedition company that has been operating since 2000 and has helped lots of experienced climbers make their dreams come true. It is a number one licensed company that has led fifty expeditions on Mount Everest and many more on other eight- thousanders, let alone personalized quests and treks which can be counted in thousands.

Climb Mount Everest with the best:
During the years of our operation we have developed our skills and now we are able to organize any expedition and support mountaineers providing them with everything they need except for personal climbing equipment. Not only do we specialize in legal organization of our expeditions but also give climbers the opportunity to achieve success as painlessly as it is possible. Are you interested in our services and you want to fulfill your dream of standing on Mount Everest peak? We are there for you, so just enroll on one of Everest expeditions in the near future, and we do our best to help you get to the summit which will be one of your most wonderful experiences.

Client Requirements
It is worth knowing that Pisang peak Trekking got a licence from the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation of Government of Nepal and can organize expeditions in the Himalayas. There are not any foreign companies that can get such a permit or can operate without it. Only Nepalese companies are allowed to provide all kind of support for mountaineers. Even if you decide to choose any western company, it is allowed to operate through a Nepalese one and you will have to pay extra for intermediaries. That is why it is better to contact us directly and another reason is the fact, that we take responsibility for your safety, and provides you with all legal, administrative, logistical, guiding and support services once you get off the plane.

Difficulty to climb Everest
As it is the most difficult to get to the top Himalayan Mountain, Mount Everest is also the biggest dream of many climbers who want to finish their career with such a climbing experience that requires overcoming the obstacles that their bodies build. However, they also have to understand the risk and have some experience. Climbing Everest is an enterprise that has to be prepared in detail but before climbers head for the Himalayas they have to devote a long time to build stamina and train to get used to harsh conditions such as low temperatures and low-oxygen environment at higher altitudes. It is worth remembering, that the most difficult it is to get by in the “death zone” at 8 000 meters above the sea level. The body starts to rebel against the lack of oxygen. Even the strongest climbers may experience impaired judgment, strokes, heart attacks or difficult to overcome altitude sickness. Nevertheless, every year some mountaineers decide to climb Mount Everest to prove themselves they are able to do it. To achieve the set goal climbers have to acclimate to the lower rate of oxygen in the air before they attempt to get to the peak. It can be done by going on a few trips from Everest Base Camp each time higher. Doing this they allow their body to produce more hemoglobin that carries oxygen from lungs to the rest of the body preventing it from dying. That is why every Mount Everest expedition has to be properly prepared, and this can only be done right by such an experienced company as Pisang Peak Trekking whose employees are Sherpa guides coming from the community known to have spent almost their whole lives trekking in the Himalayas.

What is included in the climbing price?
Pisang Peak Trekking takes care of Mt Everest expedition members from the moment they come to Kathmandu. They are accommodated for 4 nights in 4 or 5-star hotel with breakfast. During the first day they attend welcome dinner with a founder and a chairman of the company Mr Amar Lama who is also a Member of Nepal Mountaineering Association. When the expedition finishes, its members will also stay in the hotel for three nights before they return home. Of course there will be transfer from and to the airport as well. As it comes to the expedition organization, enrolled climbers may expect as follows: an assistant and at the same time a guide for each climber who will carry all food and equipment to high camps. The person is a certified by Nepal Mountaineering Association High Altitude Sherpa, who has already been at the summit at least once, every group of four will be assisted by a certified veteran Sherpa who has summited the mountain at least few times, at the Base Camp climber will have access to a doctor working for Pisang Peak Trekking and to any other medical services, each climber will get a single tent lit by solar power, a mattress and a pillow, all climbers and assistants will be given high altitude tents, fuel for higher camps and food prepared by a cook and a cook boy, CE certified oxygen cylinders with British top out mask and regulator, ropes, ice bars, ice screws, a maximum 60 kg climbing equipment will be carried on the way Kathmandu – Lukla – Base Camp – Katmandu by porters, restop toilet bags will be given to climbers and Sherpas. They are to be carried off the mountain.
The expedition members will also be given: solar panels for charging mobile devices, Access to Sat Phone, Access to the Internet connection with nominal charge.

Not only does Pisang peak Trekking organize group expeditions but also carefully tailored to a climber’s needs personal treks. We try to make our clients happy so it is possible to have some extra facilities on request like a large personal tent with a wooden platform and carpets, a private kitchen with a professional cook, a special dining tent, a private toilet and even a shower tent. We can also arrange photo and filming sessions as well as a helicopter flight from and to Kathmandu.

Our company organizes climbing expeditions on other eight-thousanders as well as treks along beautiful treks

Pisang peak Trekking does care about the environment and is disappointed with the fact, that many climbers leave rubbish on the way to the summit. That is why we organize cleaning expeditions thanks to which tones of waste have been carried out of the mountains. We also try to raise awareness of climate change among local people and convince them to care about the nature. Our company is involved in many projects that help both the environment and the people. We employ a lot of them to support their economy and in fact they are the best for the job, as they know the mountains and how to survive in them. But for their skills, a lot of people had not been able to make their dreams come true or even had lost their lives.

When is the best time to climb Mount Everest?
Some experienced climbers say that there is always time to do it, however, the most friendly period for such climbing experience is from April to June when so called “climbing window” opens. It is the best time to attempt an ascent to the summit. This is the time when the nature awakens so the trail to the Base Camp can be very interesting taking a biodiversity of plants into consideration. In May however, which is said to be the warmest month in the region, some clouds may appear that deprive you of beautiful views. In fact, it is almost impossible to predict the weather but if you do not like cold, may is an ideal month. That is the reason why every Everest expedition organized by us starts in April and finishes at the end of May or at the beginning of June.

How long does it take to climb Everest?
Climbing on “the roof of the world” as Everest is sometimes called is not a calm trekking. It definitely does not mean a stroll along picturesque snow-covered slopes and for inexperienced or with a minimum risk of an illness people it might be even dangerous. That is why acclimatization in the Base Camp may be quite long and last up to 40 days. During that time climbers are cared for by Sherpas until their organisms do not get used to the tension and lack of oxygen. Only then is it possible to continue climbing. Usually 63 day is a summit day the most exciting and challenging part of the ascent, especially if the weather is nice. On average, as far as tourists are concerned, the whole expedition lasts about 71 days from the arrival to Kathmandu to summiting the peak. When everything is settled and the climbers feel well, the ascent to the top takes about seven days. The way back to the Base Camp takes about 5 days.

Why should Pisang peak Trekking be chosen for climbing?
Not only do we have the richest, long-lasting experience and a lot of knowledge about the conditions in the mountains, but we also provide the high class services both for skilful mountaineers who want to climb Everest and crown their climbing experience with conquering the peak and for tourist attracted by the majestic beauty of the Himalayas. Having been in the business for such a long time our company contributed to the tourism development. During our operation we have specialized in fulfilling even the most demanding clients’ expectations, at the same time taking care about their descending safe and sound. No other company can provide mountain lovers with such excellent services as we do.

Overview

During the years of our operation we have developed our skills and now we are able to organize any expedition and support mountaineers providing them with everything they need except for personal climbing equipment. Not only do we specialize in legal organization of our expeditions but also give climbers the opportunity to achieve success as painlessly as it is possible. Are you interested in our services and you want to fulfill your dream of standing on Mount Everest peak? We are there for you, so just enroll on one of Everest expeditions in the near future, and we do our best to help you get to the summit which will be one of your most wonderful experiences.

Itinerary

Day 1 :

Day 1-2 – International flights to Kathmandu.

Day 2 :

Day 3 – Arrive in Kathmandu and relax while enjoying the color and energy of Nepal’s capital city. Duffels of personal climbing gear and high-altitude clothing will be collected for the cargo flights to Lukla and will be waiting for you at Base Camp. Exploring Kathmandu

Day 3 :

Day 4-5 – Enjoy Kathmandu with a city tour and attend any governmental and media affairs involving team members.

Day 4 :

Day 6 – Early morning passenger flights to Lukla. Begin the trek through the Khumbu to Base Camp.

Day 5 :

Day 7-16 – Trek to Base Camp, taking plenty of time to acclimatize and to visit the Sherpa families and support facilities that will become increasingly important during our expedition. We will spend several days in Namche ahead of most trekkers, and will visit the monasteries in Tengboche and Pangboche. Additional acclimatization days are scheduled at Namche (11,400ft/3,475m) and Pheriche (14,000ft/4,267m).

Trekking to Base Camp (Photo Credit: Jimmy Chin)

Day 6 :

Day 17 – Projected team arrival at Base Camp. The camp will be fully established and operational. Climbers will be reunited with their gear and extra clothing and can organize their personal tents the way they like them.

Base Camp – our temporary home

Day 7 :

Day 18-21 – On the day that the lamas choose to be most auspicious, we will hold a traditional Buddhist ceremony called a pooja to bless the team. Following the pooja, climbers can begin their first journey into the Icefall.

Day 8 :

Day 22 – Possible first trip to Camp I at the top of the Icefall.

Climbing ladders in the Ice Fall

Day 9 :

Day 23-27 – “First Rotation”—two nights at Camp I, three nights at Camp II, and the return to Base Camp.

Feeling good at Camp I

Day 10 :

Day 28-31 – Rest days at Base Camp.

Day 11 :

Day 32-35 – “Second Rotation” with nights at Camp I and Camp II, and a day trip to Camp III.

The beauty of Camp II

Day 12 :

Day 36-38 – Rest at Base Camp.

Day 13 :

Day 39-42 – “Third Rotation” including nights at Camp I and Camp II, and a night sleeping at Camp III.

Climbing the Lhotse Face

Day 14 :

Day 43-48 – Rest days. Some team members might elect to descend to lower elevations to recuperate before our summit attempt begins. Others may choose to remain at Base Camp. Depending on the individuals and the events of the season, both methods can work well and both options will be fully supported by staff.

Day 15 :

Day 49-54 – First chance for a summit attempt. We will spend two nights at Camp II, one night at Camp III, and a short night at the South Col before climbing. We elected to spend a second night on the South Col. We had plenty of oxygen to support this addition rest before climbing to the summit. The descent will include a South Col night after summit day, and a night at Camp II during the descent to Base Camp.

Approaching the summit
On the Summit of Everest:

Day 16 :

Day 55-70 – Weather and route conditions will affect our schedule. They always do. Climbers coming down from Mount Everest are often eager to continue descending into the forests and villages of the Khumbu and then make their way quickly to Kathmandu and beyond. To accommodate that need, team members are not obligated to wait for the Icefall route to be removed or for Base Camp to be disassembled. On the other hand, climbers are also welcome to linger at Base Camp and further down the valley as they savor the camaraderie and take in the culture and warmth of the people of the Khumbu. our summit historically the summit has been reached anytime between early and late May. Berg Adventures autumn expedition summit dates have ranged from October 18 to November 2.

Excited to be back at Base Camp

Day 17 :

Day 71 – Make your international plane reservations to leave Kathmandu on this date. As the Berg Adventures Everest Expedition unfolds and our schedule becomes clearer, Berg Adventures staff will help adjust your reservations to match the actual date of your departure. Making a changeable plane reservation is important to account for changes in the schedule. We are happy to help you with your flight arrangements.

** Trip dates are approximate. Fall expeditions typically begin around August 30 and end around November 1. Actual trip departure date to be announced 120 days prior to your expedition.

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Everest expedition