Everest Expedition


Everest Expedition

Often known as Mt. Sagarmatha, Everest is the tallest peak in the world standing at 8,848.86 metres. Located in the Northern part of Nepal Khumbu area, it is possible to ascend Mt. Everest from the Southern and Northern Ridges. Mount Everest Expedition is the greatest challenge of mountaineering, allowing outdoor lovers to reach the summit. Nevertheless, it also poses one of the best physical and mental obstacles of adventure and experience, as Everest lives up to its terrifying name. From Kathmandu's mild atmosphere to Mt. Everest's cold, windy, and snowy atmosphere, one has to face it all. Hence, it is best not to underestimate the altitude and technological problem. The Everest expedition takes about 68 days to reach an end. The first to successfully applaud Mt. Everest was Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa on 29 May 1953. The peak has since been widely praised by other trekkers. During the victorious ascent, Hilliary and Norgay took the South Col path. Their bravery has encouraged many other mountaineers to ascend the mountains even in the most difficult environments. The expedition starts from Lukla which is the gateway to other Everest zone treks. Heading to Namche Bazaar, you'll travel to Thame, Khumjung, Tengboche, Dingboche, Chhukung and finally get to Island Peak. From there, you move towards Everest and participate in a climb that takes a month to end. Finally, you ascend from Gorak Shep to the top of Mt. Everest which will take about a month. From where you return to Kathmandu, the path lands at Lukla. You will visit various monasteries along the way during the trek and attend the offering ceremony to receive blessings from the High Rinpoche. Scaling the peaks between 7000 m and 8000 m would give you a sense of pride and anticipation along with the spellbinding views of the surrounding countryside. Our well-drafted itinerary and team will direct you along the way to help you witness one of the most famous mountaineering experiences in the entire world.


Trip Code WPP-001-EXP
Destination Nepal
Altitude 8848.86m
Region Everest Region
Season Spring and Autumn
Difficulty Hard
Accomodation Hotel, Tea House & Tent
Duration 49 Days


Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.

You will land in Kathmandu valley at the Tribhuvan International Airport from where you will be picked by our agents at Wongchhu Peak Promotion. After being transferred to your respective hotel you can relax and have a warm authentic Nepali meal. In the evening you can join for some interesting folk cultural performance.

Day 2: Sightseeing around Kathmandu- UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Early in the morning after breakfast, you will be picked by our guide at your hotel who will take you on a sightseeing tour around the Kathmandu Valley. First, you can head to Swayambhunath Stupa located on a hilltop. The dome-shaped stupa known as the Monkey temple offers views of the wonderful Kathmandu city with its green hills surrounding the valley and of high snow-capped mountains. 

After visiting the 25000 years old Swayambhunath, next you can visit Boudhanath which is a similar stupa but is dubbed often as Little Tibet due to the clear depiction of Tibetian lifestyle and culture in the said area. Then to the east of Kathmandu valley, you can visit the Pashupatinath Temple. Although you cannot enter the gates of Pashupathinath temple if you are not a Hindu, you can certainly roam around its huge premise and even observe the rituals and the golden rooftop of the temple from across the Bagmati River. Pilgrims from across the world flock Pashupatinath during Shiva Ratri which is a holy ritual celebrating the birth of Lord Shiva.

Day 3: Preparation day

This day has been set aside for so long because getting ready for the Everest expedition is important. The guides will give you a comprehensive overview of the entire expedition. The guide will go over everything from the meals and lodging to the necessary supplies, clothing, and potential hazards. For the expedition to be successful overall, this day is crucial. In order to establish a link that must continue for more than two months, you will also be introduced to your team.

Day 4: Fly to Lukla (2,840m/9317ft) and trek to Phakding (2,610m/8,562ft)

You will take a picturesque 35-minute flight on this day to go from Kathmandu to Lukla. You should wear warm clothing because Lukla, which is 2,880 meters (9,448 feet) above sea level, typically experiences colder temperatures than Kathmandu. You get a bird's-eye view of the mountain ranges and the beautiful scenery as you soar through the skies. Prior to starting your trip into Phakding, you can have some tea and a second breakfast or lunch. Approximately 4 hours are needed for the journey to Phakding. Choplung (2,660m) and Nachi Pang are both places the trail travels through. You will be able to see Kusum Kanguru's snow-capped summit majestically from the walk. There is a small monastery in the village of Ghat, which is on the road. On either side of the Dudh Koshi, the Phakding settlement includes lodges, and on the west side, far above, is the Phakding monastery. In the highlands over 8,000 meters, (26,240 ft.) the monastery provides the greatest views. You will stay overnight in a lodge.

Day 5: Trek to Namche Bazaar (3,440 m/11,286 ft)

After a delicious breakfast, the day will get underway with a hike through a gorgeous Rhododendron forest, where you'll be treated to mesmerizing views of the river. Following that, the Phakding track ascends and meanders through a lovely pine forest. Bengkar, which sits at a height of 2,630 meters /8,628ft) and is the next town along the route, is well renowned for its apple pies. From there, you ascend to Monjo (2,835m/9,301ft), which is the Sagarmatha National Park's entrance. After arriving in Monjo, proceed all the way up to Jorsale (2,740 m/8,989 ft.). By the time you catch a glimpse of Everest, you will have arrived in Namche (3,440 m/11,286 ft.). It will take between 6 and 7 hours to complete this long trip, depending on your fitness level. You'll probably nod off right away once you get to your lodging in Namche Bazaar.

Day 6: Hike to Everest View point and trek to Khumjung (3,780m/12,401ft)

Namche is a beautiful place which is surrounded by the mountains and is also a gateway to the Everest Region. It has a stunning view of Kongde Ri (6,187m/20,298ft) to the west and  Thamserku (6,823m/22,385ft) to the south. It has three small museums, a stupa, a historical monastery, several bakeries, several shopping centers, modern communication facilities, and many well-stocked story's to see at Namche Bazar.

We will hike up to Everest View Hotel from where, the remarkable scenes of the Khumbu peaks like Ama Dablam (6856m/22,493ft) and Mt Everest will captivate you. Plus, we will wander to Thami (3,810m/12,500ft) over the glorious Bhote Khola River Valley.

Finally, climb to Khumjung Village (3,790m/12,434ft). The historical settlement of Khumjung has given birth to a significant percentage of Sherpas who specialize in mountain climbing. Additionally, inside the former monastery, there is a school that is supported by Sir Edmond Hillary's charity and a piece of Yeti's head. Khumjung is the location for the night.

Day 7: Trek from Khumjung to Tengboche (3,870m/12,694ft)

The next trek destination is to Pangboche and it takes almost 6 – 7 hours to reach the destination. The trail descends to the Dudh Khosi. There are spectacular views of Ama Dablam (6,812m/22,349ft) and Kantega (6,782m/22,250ft) as well as Everest (8848.86m/29,031ft) and Lhotse (8,516m/27,939ft). Keep a look out for pheasant in the undergrowth. We will cross the river at Phunki Thanga and climb through the afternoon amongst rhododendron forest to the saddle at the top of the hill. Suddenly in front of us is Tengboche (3,860m/12,664ft) the principal monastery of the Khumbu area; the views from here are unforgettable. 

Tengboche is one of the well-known traditional places and it is famous for its Tibet Buddhist monasteries with Sherpa religion and lots monks as well. You will also have wonderful sunset views from here. Tonight in Tengboche Lodge.

Day 8: Trek from Tengboche to Dingboche (4,410m/14,464ft)

The most stunning routes in Dingboche offer breathtaking views of the huge Mountain and wide valley. It is located at 4,410 meters above sea level. You will explore the area's natural places right from the start of the walk. The entire day's hike will take you through forests with a variety of luxuriant species, including birch, conifers, and rhododendron.

You will frequently have the opportunity to encounter many yaks on the trip. Until you reach Dingboche, this picturesque trail will continue to descend to Debuche by crossing the Imja River. Overnight in Dingboche Lodge.

Day 9: Acclimatization day at Dingboche

It is very important to spend an additional night at Dingboche to aid the acclimatization process. Many trekkers are happy to spend the day exploring Dingboche but there are several interesting day hikes in this area. One enjoyable short walk is the hour long climb past prayer flags and chortens to Nangkartshang Hermitage, a collection of retreats built around the meditation cave of Sange Dorje, on the ridge north of Dingboche. 

The trail continues up the hillside for another 90 minutes to a viewpoint at 5070m that offers fantastic views north to Cholatse (6443m/21,128ft) and Taboche (6495m/21,309ft) south to the lakes at the foot of Ama Dablam and east to Chhukung and Makalu (8481m/27,824ft), the fifth- highest mountain in the world. Throughout the journey, trekkers will simultaneously follow the invaluable suggestion of WPP guides. Trekkers will stay overnight in the Dingboche.

Day 10: Trek from Dingboche to Lobuche Base camp (4,940m/16,207ft)

From here onward, the trek will move more gradually be more challenging, due to the higher altitude. We’ll pass Dungla (Thukla), but not before a tough, steep walk to the top of a high hill. At the top hill small Chorten can be seen. It is a memorial stupas dedicated to the climbers and trekkers who lost their lives to Everest over the years. The next part of our adventure brings over craggy mountain terrain to Lobuche, a small settlement with amazing views of Mt. Lobuche, Mt. Pumari and the Nuptse. Prepare to snuggle up for a cold night, as we are now almost three miles above sea level and the evenings can be downright chilly! Overnight in Lobuche base camp.

Day 11: Trek from Lobuche base camp to Lobuche High camp (5,400m/17,716ft)

By departing from Base Camp for Lobuche High Camp, you will get one step closer to the Lobuche peak. As you continue your walk, you'll notice that the trails have changed; they are now steeper and more difficult. The walk only takes 3 to 4 hours to complete, but the slope will lengthen it. A tent will be set up by our team members so you can rest there.
Your climbing guide will demonstrate various climbing techniques and gear usage hacks later on in the afternoon. All of this is done to get you ready for tomorrow's major Lobuche Peak Climbing day. You'll be able to sleep well after lunch because you need to get going early in the morning.

Day 12: Climb from Lobuche High Camp to Lobuche Summit (6,119m/20,075ft) and back to Base camp

Today's climb of Lobuche Peak will be successful in its sole purpose. Due to the early start required for the climb, your breakfast will be ready sooner than usual. Through icy, steep trails, you will approach the southern crest. Finally, it will be time to use the ropes, crampons, and ice axes. You will ascend Lobuche Peak's challenging sections with the aid of your guide. You will arrive at Lobuche East's summit point after ascending the final section, a 45-degree inclined hill.

The excitement of a successful ascent will cause your heart to race. The expansive view of the Everest region will make your celebration more exciting. From the top of Lobuche Peak, you can see the entire Everest region, which will increase your sense of how worthwhile the journey was. You will descend toward the high camp of this peak after having the time of your life at the Lobuche top. Overnight in Lobuche Base camp.

Day 13: Trek from Lobuche Base camp to Everest Base Camp (5,364m/17,598ft)

Following a successful ascent of Lobuche Peak, our track from Lobuche continues past the turnoff to the Italian Pyramid and into the little opening between the glacial moraine and the mountain wall. You must hike for approximately three hours to get to Gorkshep, which is located at an elevation of 5,164 meters (16,863 feet). From there, we continue on to Everest Base Camp (5,364 meters (17,598 feet). You will continue your ascent up the Khumbu glacier to Everest Base Camp, which is the closest point you can get to Mount Everest without using climbing gear. The view of the Khumbu Icefall from Base Camp is magnificent.

During the journey, you will have beautiful views of Mt .Everest, Pumori, and other so many Himalayan ranges. Kala Pathar hill provides perhaps the best view of Mt. Everest in the Nepal Himalaya. Mornings are usually sparkling clear, and this is the best time to make an ascent. For many people this is the highlight of their trek, but cloud can roll in quickly, obscuring the peaks.  Tonight at Everest  Base Camp.

Day 14: Climbing period of Mount Everest (8,848.86m/29,031ft)

From this day on you will begin your climb up to Everest Summit. This is one of the most crucial phases of the entire expedition. You will first check all the necessary equipment and in close coordination with your team and guide, will make plans for all the upcoming days. You will have to walk up early in the morning before dawn for many days. After reaching the top of Mount Everest and hanging the prayer flags, you will feel a sense of pride and excitement as you watch the world below you. The view from Mt. Everest is one that gets many strong people to their knees and weeping.

Day 15 - 41: Climbing period of Everest

We set out on a glacier trek to the midpoint of the Khumbu Icefall before starting our ascent which is technically a little danger pass. Through the use of a few ladders, we will be able to climb up to 5,500 meters, which will reduce the main climbing risks in this region. The weather at the mountain can be unpredictable and changeable at times.

The Khumbu icefall is the part of the ascent that poses the most risk. Large crevasses and deceptively unstable seracs are abundant on this high glacier. This obstacle makes navigation challenging and increases the high objective hazard of falling ice. Ladders will be first erected by the Sherpas along the steep serac ice walls and over crevasses to ease the climbing process. The icefall path will be established throughout this procedure, which will also make the climbing efficient, safe, and effective.

Because the ice is thoroughly frozen, the climb to the summit is done in the early morning hours. The afternoon's bright sunlight heats the ground, which reduces the friction between the ice structures and raises the possibility of crevasses appearing or ice blocks falling. It is quite risky to attempt the Khumbu icefall in the afternoon because of this key fact.

To prevent the summit being hit by strong afternoon winds, we get going as early as possible. Your expedition will be managed and led by experienced climbers from our group. By carrying our equipment, the Sherpa guides will aid us. On the way to the top, there will be a total of four camps built.

CAMP I: (6,400m/20,997ft)

On top of the Khumbu icefall, Camp 1 has been set. The mountain cliffs are encircled by a horizontal layer of thick snow. Due to the strong winds blowing on the mountain, the nights are cold and the days are warm. The glacier that separates Camps 1 and 2 is level. Ladders are used to mend the wide crevasses adjacent to Camp 1. From beneath the tents, there is a distinctive crackling sound. Before transferring to Camp 2, Camp 1 serves as a place of relaxation and changeover.

CAMP II: (6,750m/22,145ft)

The second camp is established either at the base of the Lhotse wall or on the lateral moraine at the base of the west ridge. Amazing views of Mount Lhotse can be found in a protected and safe area. Aside from the cooking and dining tents, the camp will be furnished with individual tents. As the primary acclimatization camp and the starting point for the ascent to Camp 3, Camp 2 also serves as a base.

CAMP III: (7,100m/23,292ft)

With the aid of a fixed rope, Camp 3, which is close to the Lhotse divider, can be reached. The Geneva Spur, which is located to the east, is reached by continuing to climb. At this height, the oxygen levels will quickly decline. Additional oxygen is available in case of any inconvenience. But until Camp 4, the majority of climbers won't need extra oxygen. On the right side of the glacier, there is a 600-meter climb up snow at a 40-degree angle. Only a few ice cliffs less than 3 meters high exist along the route, making it safe.

CAMP IV: (8,400m/27,559ft)

Camp 4 is the final camp before the summit. Camp 4 is the most hazardous part of the climb and is located on the south col. The distance to the summit is only 500 meters. Here, the winds are ferocious and forceful. The most direct path to the summit is along the curvy southeast ridge. It is simple to go to Everest's 8,848.86m/29,310ft) summit via this route.
From Camp 4, which is the final segment of the southeast ridge, one begins the ascent to the summit. Mostly made of rock and snow, it is steep. In order to protect climbers, the entire route is fixed with ropes. Since practically all climbers experience the effects of altitude and have poor judgment owing to a lack of oxygen, additional oxygen is provided.

Day 42: Base Camp Clean up

When we reach Base Camp after reaching the summit successfully, you will spend the day cleaning up whatever you left behind at Base Camp. To keep the base camp tidy, this is essential.

Day 43: Trek from Base camp to Pheriche (4,240m/13,907ft)

We shall descend to the Pheriche village. We will be walking downhill, therefore the pace of the journey will naturally be slower. We will experience a nearly 1000-meter elevation change. If we were acceding, such a large elevation change would not have been conceivable. At Pheriche, we'll take a nap and spend the night.

Day 44: Trek from Pheriche to Kyangjuma (3,550m/11,646ft)

Today, we will move from Pheriche to Kyangjuma as we have to walk by the river and through the forest. We can notice the change in landscape as the tree line increases. Then descending through the village of Pangboche, Deboche and Tengboche, we will reach Kyangjuma. Kyangjuma is yet another beautiful resting place. We can get a beautiful view of the majestic Ama Dabla (6,856m) from Kyangjuma. Overnight in Amadablam Lodge.

Day 45: Trek to Monjo (2,835 m/9,298 ft)

Crossing on yet another suspension bridge, we climb up the opposite side of the valley to reach the contouring path leading back through Namche Bazaar. We will have our lunch in Namche and have few hours for shopping. A steep descent for down Namche Hill leads to the suspension bridge crossing the Dudh Koshi River and the small village of Monjo. Monjo a quieter place to stay than Namche, it also means our porters have a less strenuous walk back to Lukla tomorrow. Overnight in Monjo.

Day 46: Trek to Lukla (2,840 m/9,315 ft)

Retracing our steps along the east bank of the Dudh Koshi we make our final ascent down to Lukla, arriving sometime in the middle of the afternoon, affording ample time to relax and enjoy the feeling of a job well done. Lukla itself is a thriving community that is an eclectic mix of Sherpa’s, trekkers and soldiers and makes for a fascinating place to explore at the end of the trek. Overnight in Lukla.

Day 47: Fly to Kathmandu

After a wonderful Everest Expedition, you will take a flight to Kathmandu. The 35-minute flight is scenic and will keep those memories of the trek alive as you see the mountains and the landscape from up above. After reaching Kathmandu you will be picked by our coordinates at Wongchhu Peak Promotion and dropped off at your respective hotels. You can take a rest at your hotel and have a warm dinner at a nice restaurant in Thamel at night. 

Day 48: Leisure Day - Farewell dinner

This day has been set aside for any flight delays. You can utilize this day by going to the Narayan Hiti Museum in the valley. The museum was the abode of the past kings of Nepal. You may also visit the Kesharmahal which is an age-old Palace-turned restaurant and public attraction situated in Thamel. 

In the evening you will be offered a warm farewell dinner in an authentic Nepalese restaurant with cultural performances. You will also get to meet other dignitaries from the tourism arena in Nepal.


Day 49: Departure from Kathmandu

Our coordinates at Wongchhu Peak Promotion will see you off at the Tribhuvan International airport as your board on a flight towards home. As you head home, you can plan your next adventure here in Nepal with the wonderful service of Wongchhu Peak Promotion.


  • Airport/Hotel transfer in Kathmandu,
  • All ground transportation as per the itinerary by private vehicle in Kathmandu,
  • Hotel in Kathmandu for 3 nights pre and 2 nights post on B/B plan on sharing post,
  • Full-day Kathmandu Heritage site sightseeing by private tourist vehicle,
  • Professional English-speaking tour guide during sightseeing,
  • City tour entrance fees of the heritage site,
  • Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu domestic flights for members, climbing guides, liaison Officers, Assistant guides, Sherpas, kitchen staff, and cargo,
  • Yaks and porters for transportation of equipment from Lukla to Base Camp and back,
  • Experienced and government-licensed high-altitude trekking and climbing guide during the trekking and climbing period,
  • All trekking and mountaineering equipment like; Kitchen tents, store tents, dining tents, toilet tents, tables chairs, and cooking utensils for advanced Base Camp and high camp,
  • Common climbing equipment (necessary fixed and main rope, ice bars, ice screws, snow bars, etc.)
  • Service of cook and kitchen boy at Base camp and cook at Camp 2,
  • Food and accommodation during the trek in full board,
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner will be served at base camp, and camp 2,
  • All food and fuel for Base Camp and higher camps during the expedition for both members and crews,
  • Daily weather Report service from Seattle based,
  • Khumbu Pasang Lhamu entrance fees,
  • Sagarmatha National Park entry fee,
  • Expedition Royalty and climbing permit of Nepal Government to climb Mt. Everest (8,848.86m),
  • Nepal government Royalty and fees,
  • One experienced, trained, government-licensed, Everest summiteer climbing/expedition Guide (Sherpa) per client,
  • All wages, equipment, medical and accidental insurance for all involved staff in trekking and expedition,
  • Medical consultation services at the base camp with the HRA clinic at the base camp,
  • Equipment allowances and wages for climbing Sherpas, cooks, Kitchen boys,
  • Equipment allowance and wages for Government Liaison Officers,
  • Solar equipment for light and also for charging various electric devices,
  • First Aid Medical kits for the Group and the staff,
  • Headset radios for communication in the mountain,
  • Satellite Phone (for personal use on the participants’ charge),
  • Internet at base camp (for personal use on the participants’ charge),
  • Appropriate food for high altitude and all climbing crew at base camp and above as required,
  • Rope fixing costs from camp II to summit,
  • The heater will be provided at the base camp for heating the dining room,
  • Emergency Oxygen, mask, and regulator will be provided,
  • Travel and rescue arrangements,
  • Ice fall usage Charge,
  • 5 bottles of 3LTR Poisk Oxygen for members,
  • Daily Dispatches on
  • Welcome and Farewell dinner with beverages.


  • International fare to and from Kathmandu,
  • The current cost of a Nepal entrance visa USD 30 for 15 days, USD 50 for 30 days, and USD 125 for 90 days,
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, early return from the mountain (due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary,
  • Travel and high altitude insurance ( Accident /Medical/emergency evacuation)
  • Personal Trekking and Climbing gear, Sherpa Summit Bonus: Mandatory – Minimum USD: 2,000,
  • Meals in Kathmandu (except welcome and farewell dinner),
  • Alcohol and Beverages during the trek and climbing period,
  • Personal expenses (Phone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, shower etc.),
  • If needed an Emergency rescue evacuation cost will be additional,
  • Tips for base camp staffs and porters,


Everest defies the adage that "when you have the right tools, you have half the job done," but with the wrong tools, the results are very clear: disaster. Equipment that can survive heights of 8,000 meters or above is needed for Mount Everest. It is equally important for climbers to test each piece of equipment and have expertise in using it. Here is our checklist for ascending Everest.

1.0 Travel Documents

  • Valid passport
  • Credit/debit card
  • Passport size photo (6 pieces)
  • Insurance paper and contact address
  • Family contact members

2.0 Upper Body Wear

  • Expedition down jacket
  • Base camp down jacket
  • Lightweight fleece top
  • Wind shirt
  • Gore-Tex Jacket
  • Waterproof shell Jacket
  • Base layer tops
  • Trekking cloths
  • Casual wear

3.0 Lower Body Wear

  • Thermal Bottom Base Layer (2 – 3 pcs)
  • Fleece Trouser (2 – 3pcs)
  • Gore-Tex Pant (1pcs)
  • Mid Weight Pants ( 1 – 2pcs)
  • Lightweight Quick Dry trekking pants ( 2 – 3pcs)
  • Gaiters for trekking boots
  • Down Pants (1pcs)
  • Underwear ( 4 – 6pcs)

4.0 Head Wear

  • Sun cap
  • Desert Cap
  • Balaclava
  • Banadana or Buff
  • Fleece hat
  • Neoprene face mask
  • Neck Gaiter
  • Sunglass
  • Ski Goggles

5.0 Hand Wear

  • Thin Fleece Gloves (2 pairs)
  • Liner Gloves (2pairs)
  • Wind Stopper/ Screen tap Gloves (2pairs)
  • Mountaineering gloves with removable liners
  • Summit gloves – 8000m

6.0 Footwear

  • Socks (6pairs)
  • Lightweight shoes/sandals
  • Trekking boots
  • 8000m mountaineering boots
  • 6000m mountaineering boots
  • Save gaiters
  • Down bivvy boots
  • Camp boots
  • Foot-wearing system

7.0 Sleeping Bags

  • Sleeping bag -20°c to -30°c for Base camp
  • Down Sleeping Bag -40°c for extreme comfort
  • Thermarests Matteres (Cell foam)
  • Down Matteres (Inflatable)
  • Sleeping bag Liner
  • Inflatable Pillow

8.0 Climbing Equipment

  • Power Bank
  • Pee Bottle
  • Altimeter watch
  • Pocket Knife
  • Walking Stick/Trekking Pole
  • Satellite Phone with credit
  • Battery
  • Headlight 500-700Lumens
  • Spare Snow Goggles 
  • Tape Slings/240cm
  • Unlock Carabiner (2pcs)
  • Lock Carabiner (3pcs)
  • Climbing Helmet
  • Summit Down Suit – 8000m
  • Jumar / Ascender
  • Belay Devices / Figure of 8/ATC guide
  • Harness Ice Axe with Spike & Axe Protector
  • Crampons (fit with boot)/ Packing cover

9.0 Bag packs

  • Rucksacks 35 L -50 L
  • Duffle Bag 120 L – 150 L (2pcs)
  • Laundry / Garbage Bag (Large)
  • Water Proof Stuff Sacks / Dry Bag –small/medium / Large (3-4)pcs)

10.0 Sun Stuffs

  • Banana Boat/Nivea Sun Cream (up to -50SPF)
  • Lip Guard - 30 to -50 (SPF)
  • Sun Glasses (Uv Protection)
  • Glaciers Glasses (Uv Protection)
  • Moisturizer / Lotion

11.0 Toiletries (Personal)

  • Toilet Paper / Wet Tissue
  • Toothpaste
  • Toothbrush
  • Soap
  • Shampoo
  • Towel
  • Garbage Bag

12.0 Eating & Drinking

  • 1 Ltr. Water Bottle
  • 1/1.5ltr. Thermos Mug (Opt.)
  • Spoon / Fork (opt.)
  • Bowl (opt.)

13.0 Medical / First Aid

  • Brufen / Ibuprofens
  • Antibiotic
  • Diamox
  • Paracetamol
  • Handy Plaster
  • Crack Bandage
  • Tincture Iodine
  • Ondem
  • Cetirizine
  • Electrolyte
  • Minil 10mg (Palpitation, anxiety)
  • Codopar (Headache & chest pain)
  • Salbetol 4mg (Breathless) Azithromycin 500mg (chronic tonsillitis, fever, nose, throat infection-must take 5 days)
  • Flupen 250mg (prevent wound infection)
  • Allegra 120/180mg (Allergic tonsil)
  • Menstrual Products

14.0 Miscellaneous

  • Nail cutter
  • Umbrella /Raincoat
  • Hot water bag
  • Tenacious Tape Repair Kits
  • Camera
  • GPS Tracker (Recommended)
  • Hand & Toe Warmer

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