Everest Climbing

The Everest Climbing in the Himalayas presents one of the world’s greatest physical and mental challenges with such a wonderful feeling of pride and the sense of being most adventurous person on the planet. The South Col route on the Nepal side of Mt. Everest is the route taken by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa who were the first to climb Everest successfully on the 29 May 1953 thus became world’s famous heroes of the adventure climbing. Climbing to Mt. Everest has been successfully guided and climbed many times since then, but this should not lull prospective Everest climbers into complacency – climbing Everest is the ultimate challenge. To join our International Everest Expedition team in Nepal, you must have extensive mountaineering experience of climbing expeditions at least of 6000 meters as well as a experience of scaling difficult alpine mountain peaks, preferably, some climbing experience of the 7000 or 8000 metre peaks in the Himalayas. Although fixed ropes will be used, Everest expedition members must be able to ascend and descend fixed lines independently and be proficient with crampooning on very steep ice and snow slopes.