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Lobuche Peak - Nepal Everest View Glacier School Cost

  • Everest Glacier School Summit Loboche. Photo Photo Martina
  • Everest Glacier School A view of the snow summit on Lobuche East. Photo Valerie Hovland
  • Everest Glacier School Squash leading the glacier travel rope team on the cho la pass. behind her are Gary, Phoebe and Irma. Thats Ama Dablam in the background. Photo Dan Mazur
  • Everest Glacier School Ang Sangay Sherpa standing on the sub-summit. In the background is the main summit of lobuche east, with the team making the final ascent. Photo Dan Mazur
  • Everest Glacier School Working on the climbing equipment in Glacier. Photo Deha
  • Everest Glacier School Instructor showing his skill on Ice wall. Photo Deha
  • Everest Glacier School Keith practicing abseiling above Lobuche basecamp. Photo Dan Mazur
  • Everest Glacier School Climbers roping together to climb. Photo Martina
  • Everest Glacier School Abseiling up. Photo Dan
  • Everest Glacier School From Crampon Point. Photo Martina
  • Everest Glacier School Team members on the Cho La Glacier having fun. Photo Valerie Hovland.
  • Everest Glacier School Members enjoying Climbing at Lobuche. Photo Max
  • Everest Glacier School On the way to Basecamp. Photo Max
  • Everest Glacier School Team Members enjoying the trek and taking rest. Photo Max
  • Everest Glacier School Yaks crossing Bridge. Photo Max
  • Everest Glacier School Members taking rest before climbing. Photo Max
  • Everest Glacier School Members working in the ropes. Photo Max
  • Everest Glacier School Member using rope for climbing to summit. Photo Max
  • Everest Glacier School Member using Ice Axe and Rope. Photo Max
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* Our “full-service” trekking peak climb includes:

  • Trek Leader: Cost includes a very experienced and qualified British, European, or American leader;
  • Organizer: Daniel Mazur, over 20 years experience trekking in Nepal;
  • Nepalese Sherpa-English speaking guides for the group (we are also able to provide Sherpa French and German speakers);
  • Transport to basecamp and Lobuche East Peak to/from Kathmandu, for you and equipment;
  • Internal / domestic flights Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu;
  • Yak and porter transport for all your equipment from Lukla to and from to your final destination on the trek and back down;
  • Three meals per day during the trek, normally these may be cooked, but sometimes, during trekking, they may be a "packed-lunch".
  • All permit fees, trekking fees, climbing fees and liaison officers;
  • Emergency equipment and supplies: medical oxygen, gamow bag, basecamp medical kit, high-altitude medical kits, etcetera;
  • All group equipment like ropes, anchors, tents, stoves, etcetera.
  • Sleeping arrangements will be in comfortable and roomy bunks in teahouses, except for tents during the glacier training portion of the trip and on Lobuche East;
  • Your trip includes 2 free Kathmandu hotel nights at the beginning and two free Kathmandu hotel nights at the end of the trip. You will be sharing. If you want your own single room, the cost is an aditional $32 per night (during the included four free hotel nights) and for extra nights $65 per person for single occupancy. Please bring extra cash to pay for your extra nights and / or your single supplement. We often stay at the comfortable three star Hotel Shakti. Its an excellent and classic hotel surrounded by green gardens and located in the heart of the city action near many delicious restaurants, the city's best mountain equipment shopping, and abundant nightlife all within a few minutes walk. The Shakti also offers lots of entertaining day trip (and night outing) options such as city tours, walking tours, rock climbing, mountain biking, wild game safaris, horse back riding, art classes, volunteer opportunities at orphanages, hospitals, schools, women's centres, bird watching, cooking classes, sport fishing, day peak climbing, herbal medicine seminars, day hikes, pottery classes, car tours, sightseeing, temple tours, henna handpainting classes, massage, swimming, beauty salon, motorbiking, yoga retreats, river rafting, painting classes, golf, language courses, kayaking, writing seminars, bungie jumping, religious worship, canyoning, hot tubs, health club, saunas, fitness center, spa treatments, Mount Kailash Treks, night clubs, meditation retreats, gourmet restaurants, cultural dance performances, wine tasting, pedicures and manicures, casino gambling, barber shop, discotheques, airport transfers, Scenic flights around Mount Everest and much much more. Meals in Kathmandu are at your expense.

Five-Day Option: We are offering a five day trip for those members that wish to meet our team on day 9 of the itinerary in Dzongla and arrange their own trek before and after the 5 days of glacier travel. All of the services provided to our full-service members will be offered to members who wish to only do the 5 day program. This may be a great option for those who are participating in other treks/climbs in the region. Five day option cost: $1350 USD.

Everest Basecamp Extension Option: For those members wishing to see Everest Basecamp after the Glacier School, we are offering a 4 day extension. You will branch off from the main team on day 12 of the itinerary and together we retrace the rest of the classic "Everest Approach March" made by Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, as well as climb Kala Patar (5,545 metres/18,200 feet). For more about the route to basecamp, please click here. 4 day Everest Basecamp extension cost: $550 USD.

Trekking: The cost of this expedition includes one of the most beautiful treks in the world. For more information and photos, please visit our Everest Basecamp trek. The trek follows almost the same route as Everest Basecamp, with the exception of branching off to the Cho La Glacier, southwest of Everest (photo right by Tunc Findik: Namche Bazaar, the capital of the Sherpa people. See this unique village on our trek to and from basecamp).

Sherpas and Equipment Transport: Our expedition includes transport of all of your equipment from Kathmandu to your destination, and returned to Kathmandu, including internal/domestic flights from Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu. While climbing on the mountain, we DO NOT ask our members to carry heavy group equipment (although it is an option if you really want to), such as tents, rope, fuel, food, etcetera. We employ climbing sherpas, and high-altitude porters, to carry group equipment and supplies.

Cooks and Food: On the trek our experienced trekking cooks provide delicious meals. Our skillful and hard working cooks prepare three hot meals each day with a very healthy diet of fresh vegetables, cheeses, eggs, and fresh as well as tinned fruits, meats and fish (all meats and fish are prepared separately out of respect for the vegetarians in our midst). They supply you with unlimited hot-drinks, the key to successful acclimatization. We have large weather-proof kitchens and dining tents, with comfortable chairs and tables. On the mountain, above basecamp, we provide you with abundant and nutritious locally available quick-cooking food, so that you may prepare at least three meals and lots of hot drinks each day, in our specially designed high-altitude stoves using our butane-propane expedition mix fuel.

Hotel: Your trip includes 2 free Kathmandu hotel nights at the beginning and two free Kathmandu hotel nights at the end of the trip. You will be sharing. If you want your own single room, the cost is an aditional $25 per night. This a clean and comfortable "two-star" hotel. We use good quality hot water hotels in a central neighborhood, near many tasty restaurants, and excellent mountain equipment and gift shopping, as well as our trekking and mountain climbing office where we meet before and after the adventure. 

Group Equipment: We provide a plethora of top-quality, and time-tested equipment, group gear, and supplies, including: rope, ice, rock, and snow anchor protection; basecamp and altitude tents; cookers, fuel, high-altitude food, walkie-talkie radios, bamboo marker wands, etcetera. Please see the above EQUIPMENT link, to study what we bring for your use and safety.

Staff: Our staff, working together as "Everest Parivar Expeditions, Pvt. Ltd." led by the experienced and influential Mr. Murari Sharma, are hospitality experts and have, for the last 21 years, been arranging overland tours, safaris, raft trips, treks, mountain climbs, trek support staff, cooks, peak climbing permits, satellite phone permits, video and film-making permits, translators, liaison officers, climbing Sherpas, oxygen, helicopter flights, air tickets, equipment purchase/hire, storage, import/export, shipping, customs clearance, transport bookings, advance hotel bookings, visas, repatriations, and permits.

Safety: Our expeditions are allowed access to our extensive communications equipment, medical supplies, first-aid kits, medical oxygen, and a gamow bag in case of emergency. Thank you for being a well-prepared and safe team member!

*What is not included?

  • Visa and Passport: Your Nepal visa is conveniently purchased by you upon arrival at the Kathmandu airport. It is not necessary to purchase a Nepalese visa prior to landing in Nepal. In 2016, the cost of a 90 day visa was $100 USD. 30 days visa cost $60. Please bring cash and 2 extra passport-sized photos (extra photos are necessary to obtain the visa in the airport). Thank you. Please Note: Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months fom the END of the expedition and contain at least 2 blank pages.
  • Additional expenses like bottled or canned drinks on the trek, tips and gratuities, and expenses of a personal nature (ie: laundry or gift shopping) are not included
  • We recommend the following tip for our group staff: Everest Glacier School : $150. Expect to pay the above tip no matter what.(photo right by Elselien te Hennepe: A view of Swayambhunath Stupa, the "Monkey Temple". It is the most ancient and enigmatic of all the holy shrines in Kathmandu valley. Swayambhunath's worshippers include Hindus, Vajrayana Buddhists of northern Nepal and Tibet, and the Newari Buddhists of central and southern Nepal. Each morning before dawn, hundreds of pilgrims will ascend the 365 steps that lead up the hill, file past the gilded Vajra (Tibetan: Dorje) and two lions guarding the entrance, and begin a series of clockwise circumambulations of the stupa. On each of the four sides of the main stupa there are a pair of big eyes. These eyes are symbolic of God's all-seeing perspective).
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