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  • Everest Expedition Climb with the Most Experienced and Succesful Team of the Year.
  • Climb the uncrowded Tibet North Col route made famous by possible 1924 summit of Mallory and Irvine.
  • 2014 success: 100% summit success. 6 team members on the summit
  • Full Service Cost: $28,450, £21,350, €25,450; Basic Climb Cost: $9,950, £7,450, €8,850.  (Converted 16-08-2016)
  • Date: 6 April to 4 June, 2017 60 days in Tibet & Nepal
  • New Flexible Date Option: arrive anytime at your convenience during April or May.
  • Leader Dan Mazur and David O'Brien , from UK and USA, 10 Everest expeditions, friendly, organised, good teacher.
  • 72 of our members and 41 Sherpas have reached the summit during 8 expeditions.
  • Full Service Price Includes: Leader Dan Mazur, expert Sherpas, climb permits, oxygen, transport from Kathmandu (KTM) to basecamp (BC), hotels in KTM and drive to BC, comfortable BC and advanced basecamp (ABC) high camps, tents (individual BC tent per member), expedition costs, meals & food, climb equipment, fixed ropes and fees, radios, internet, international phone, etc.
  • We are available to help you buy & rent - hire inexpensive climbing gear, equipment, clothing, & boots.
  • The Tibet side of Everest is less expensive than Nepal and does not have the Khumbu Icefall.
  • Drive to basecamp experiencing the unique culture of the Tibetan plateau.
  • Trek to ABC on the "Golden Highway" with the best views of Everest from either Nepal or Tibet.
  • Add an exotic and historical trip to the ancient Tibetan city of Lhasa. Optional trip to Lhasa, add $2450.
  • Now offering exciting Tibet to Nepal Everest traverse option. Climb one side and descend the other.
  • Not ready for Everest summit? Need more training? Join our Everest Training Climb
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Recent news: Our spring Everest Tibet Expedition has just returned from a successful climb, where all members and staff reached the summit. Please click here to view news of our expedition. Please also view our "Archived News" for more stories of past trips.

Please view our new Mount Everest Tibet video clips.