Mount Everest




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South Col-South East Ridge 

In 2020 Everest One will be undertaking an expedition to summit Mount Everest, following the success of our 2011 expedition.

The ultimate dream of most mountaineers is to one day take on the biggest mountaineering challenge possible – climbing Mount Everest – and Everest One is here to help you make that dream a reality!


Of course, turning this dream into reality requires a lot of hard work. Everest One will only accept climbers who have the requisite skills and level of experience.

The aim of Everest One’s Mount Everest expedition is to provide the necessary framework for expedition members to have a safe, enjoyable trip, with the best possible chance of summiting. The key components of this framework include:

  • Employing an experienced, strong, caring and professionally trained team of Sherpa guides, all with previous Everest experience/summits

  • Creating a small, cohesive team of climbers and Sherpas

  • Strictly vetting the calibre of expedition members

  • Providing a comfortable base camp

  • Ensuring everyone remains healthy, mind and body

We will tackle Mount Everest via the South Col and South East ridge route. You’ll feel like you’re climbing through history as you pass through and across such infamous features as the Khumbhu Icefall, the Western Cwm, the Yellow Band and the Geneva Spur.

Once you’re on the summit push, you’ll look back in awe towards Makalu and Lhotse. When you’re standing on the South Summit you’ll stare across towards the Hillary Step and the true summit, and know that your dream is within reach.







































Technical grading

This expedition requires excellent fitness and prior experience of a Himalayan expedition.

You should be able to carry at least 15kg, demonstrate strong endurance and high mountaineering experience.

 The South Col-South East ridge is the classic route that passes through the K
humbhu icefall and involves a steep climb on the Lhotse face.

The maximum altitude is 8848m.


Stunning views of Lhotse, Nuptse, Oho Oyu, Makalu, Shispangma and Makalu.

Colourful Buddhist culture and spirited Sherpa people.

Summiting the highest mountain in the world.

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Day 1            Arrive in Kathmandu

Day 2-3        In Kathmandu (Preparation)

Day 4            Fly to Lukla Trek to Phakding

Day 5-6        Trek to Namche and Acclimatize

Day 7-8        Trek to Dingboche Via Tengboche 

Day 9            Rest and acclimatize in Dingboche

Day 10          Trek to Lobuche

Day 11           In Lobuche

Day 12          Trek to Everest Base Camp

Day 13-16     Rest, acclimatize and Puja at EBC

Day 17-18     First rotation to Khumbu Icefall

Day 19-20    Rotation to C1, touch C2, return to EBC

Day 21-24    Rest and recover

Day 25-31    Rotation up to C3 and return EBC

Day 32-39   Walk to Dingboche or Debuche for Rest

Day 40-59   Preparation and summit Everest

Day 60-64   Pack up Base camp and trek to Lukla

Day 65         Fly to Kathmandu

Day 66         In Kathmandu

Day 67         Depart Kathmandu​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​



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Arrive Kathmandu

In Kathmandu, final preparation

Fly to Lukla and trek to Chutanga

Acclimatization walk from Chutanga

Trek to Kharki Teng

Trek to Toktok

Trek to Kothe

Trek to Thangnak

Rest and acclimatise in Thangnak

Trek to Khare (Mera Base Camp)

In Base Camp rest day and training



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Trek/Climb to Mera La

Climb to Mera High Camp

Climb Mera Peak and descend to Khare

Trek to Kothe

Rest day or Contingency day

Trek to Thuli Kharka

Trek to Lukla

Fly to Kathmandu

In Kathmandu

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