The World’s Highest Trek – Mount Everest(North) Advance Base Camp (6400m) Trek

The World’s Highest Trek – Mount Everest(North) Advance Base Camp (6400m) Trek

Posted Apr 29th, 2011 under Company News, Trekking & Hiking,

An exploratory journey across the Tibetan highlands and trek to the Advance Base Camp of Mount Everest (North side). The World’s Highest Trek that takes you as close to the summit of Everest as any non-climber can go…
After an insightful sightseeing tour in Kathmandu, you will fly to Tibet – the Forbidden Land. Tibet, with an average altitude in excess of 3500 meters, is the highest plateau in the world. Lying to the north of the great Himalayan range, Tibet is more or less an untamed land of nomads (drokpas), monasteries and high altitude desert that seem to stretch endlessly. Driving overland past the Tibetan plateau (‘Roof of the world’), a picturesque mosaic of Tibetan settlements, nomadic herdsmen, ancient monasteries, high Mountain passes, wide arid plains and awe-inspiring mountain views opens up before you.
After reaching Rongbuk , you prepare yourself  for the world’s highest trek that takes you as close to the summit of Everest as any non-climber can go without using any technical climbing gears and without mountaineering skill.

ABC TRek

Check out our  Mount Everest Advance Base Camp Trek itineraries & Photo Gallery.

 

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Comments

  1. Hi ,

    Since I’ve been to Lhasa and Tibet Base Camp is there just a trip to ABC from Katmandu.If so when would you leave Katmandu,April or May and what would be be the expense.Thank you
    stew

    - stewart moscovitch
    • Stewart, your query has been forwarded to our sales& marketing dept. You will hear from them soon!

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