Everest Basecamp Christmas New Year`s Trek
Everest Basecamp Christmas New Year`s Trek
News of our recent trek: Christmas - New Year's Trek + Optional Island Peak
Dec 30 - Everest Base Camp! Both Tauras and Alvydas feels good, healthy and happy!
Dec 29 - Gorak Shep and Kala Patthar - 5550m. It's feeling to be so close to the Everest!
Dec 28 - On the way to Lobuche
Dec 27 - We hiked to the mountain nearby to Dingboche and reached altitude of 5100 meters - that is good preparation for Everest Base Camp.
Dec 26 - We came to Dingboche. Here we stay again for two nights.
Dec 24 - Now we are for two nights in Namche Bazar for better aclimatization. So we have free day what we have used for easy trek around. Wheather is perfect, mood as well. It’s so beautiful scenery here.
- Alvydas G. Lithuania
- Tauras E. Lithuania
- Tenji Sherpa
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Christmas trek and island peak optional group are on the way to Pangboche on christmas day. Climber approching near ladder for next point.
Climber using fixed rope during climbing with SummitClimb. Climbing on Island wall.
Crossing Icefall during Island Peak climb. Having breakfast at christmas day.
Joe and Colleen at Pangboche monastry where they got married. Team are on the way to basecamp.
Team at Everest basecamp. Team at Tenji norge sherpa statue background everest Ama Dablam.
Ama Dablam SummitClimb expedition ladder. Ladders are fixed in Island peak glacier.
Celebrate Christmas in the Sherpa capital of Namche Bazaar and bring in the New Year in GorakShep, which is the closest village to Mount Everest
- A wonderful way to have fun over the holiday, do something different, make new friends, and have a blast.
- Go to Everest during a less crowded time of year.
- Dates : 22 December, 2018 , to 6 January, 2019 . Everest Basecamp Trek.
- Add on Island Peak $1,350 to 9 Jan, 2019.
- REDUCED PRICE! - Cost: $2,150 £1,650 €1,826. (Converted 11-06-2018)
Team mate resting and having tea. On the way to Kalapather. Photo Kaji
Everest Basecamp. Tanboche
Everest Tea house Menu. Mani see during our trek
Member posing for photo back ground Everest, Lhotse and AmaDablam. LandScape seen while hiking.
Supension bride near Phakding. Sun set from Pangboche
Phakding. Everest Basecamp during Christmas Trek
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Pedro and Jangbu at the summit of Island Peak. Photo Pedro Llanos. Chhukhung Ri south summit, 17,700 ft. Pyramid of Pumo-Ri at left and Nuptse behind and at right. Photo Meryl Lipman.
View point of Mount Everest from Namche. Photo Pedro Llanos. Meryl is on one of the many suspension bridge. Photo Meryl Lipman.
Climbing the Imja Glacer on Island Peak. Photo Pedro Llanos. Climbing the Imja Glacer on Island Peak with the help of fixed rope. Photo Pedro Llanos
Climbing the Imja Glacier on Island Peak with the help of Ladder. Photo Pedro Llanos. Ice carvers seen while climbing Island peak. Photo Pedro Llanos
Exciting Himalayan range. Photo Meryl Lipman. Fog start to come right after we summit. Photo Pedro Llanos.
Going for Summit of Island Peak. Photo Pedro Llanos. Island Peak, Jangbu fixing rope and Erik in Yellow suit. Photo Pedro Llanos.
Island Peak basecamp map. Photo Meryl Lipman. Jangbu Sherpa and Erik ready for climbing the Imja Glacer on Island Peak. Photo Pedro Llanos.
Jangbu Sherpa fixing Ladder for climbing the Imja Glacer on Island Peak. Photo Pedro Llanos. Meryl showing sign for Island Peak. Photo Meryl Lipman
View while climbing Island peak. Photo Pedro Llanos. Meryl near Glacier. Photo Meryl Lipman
26 Dec - Update from Meryl Lipman - Merry Christmas to you and yours from Gorak Shep on the SummitClimb.com trek! One of our guys went to Everest Basecamp in high winds, one stayed in Lobuche to further acclimatize and I parked myself at the lodge here and drank tea. We love Jangbu Sherpa and are having a wonderful time!!! Thank you for everything!!!
25 Dec - Update from Jangbu Sherpa: Merry Christmas to all from Lobuche. Yesterday we walk along to the village Lobuche, 4,930 metres/16,200 feet . We celebrate our Christmas Eve here. All fantastic. We will update you more stay tune.
Long mani wall outside Tengboche Monastery. Photo Meryl Lipman. On the road to Pangboche. Photo Meryl Lipman
23 Dec - Update from Jangbu Sherpa: Christmas and Island Peak Team walked from Namche to Pangboche. Day was excellent, perfect weather great view of Everest, Lhotse Shar and AmaDablam. Today we are going to next village call Dingboche. Team feeling good.
22 Dec - Team doing good and took a rest day in Namche Bazaar. Today we are walking towards to Pangboche.
20 Dec - Christmas trek group are in Namche. All is well. Tomorrow rest day.
19 Dec - Our www.ChristmasNewYearTrek.com is underway! The team arrived in Kathmandu and the weekend. They spent time getting to know each other and checking equipment. Yesterday the members flew safely to Lukla and are now walking down to Phakding. Keep checking back for further updates and thanks for following.
The big mani rock in Ghat. Photo Meryl Lipman. Pedro and the giant mani wall. Photo Meryl Lipman
The pyramid at the top is Everest. Photo Meryl Lipman. Another random pup. This one must have been 6wks old. There was a whole litter. One of them tried to steal my walking pole! I wanted to take them all home. Photo Meryl Lipman.
Jorsale on the way to Namche. Photo Meryl Lipman. Suspension bridge in the sun. Prayer flags are hung everywhere and the wind is supposed to carry the prayers around the world. Photo Meryl Lipman
These were crows of some sort, who kept flying up and down the valley, taking these berries back with them. Photo Meryl Lipman. Yaks are use for carrying loads in khumbu valley. Photo Meryl Lipman
Musk deer near Diboche hill. Photo Pedro Llanos. Signature. Photo Meryl Lipman
Mane, stupa in Everest Trek. Photo Meryl Lipman. Nice art. Photo Meryl Lipman.
Hindu God. Photo Meryl Lipman. Budha statue. Photo Meryl Lipman.
Kathmandu Domestic Airport. Photo Meryl Lipman
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- Erik S., Canada
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