Everest Base Camp to Camp II

Locations: Nepal.
Difficulty: 6
Next Trip: 04/08/2016
Trip Cost: 11,500.00

Everest Base Camp to Camp II Climb if for those that have  dreamed of being on Mt. Everest, working through the famous Khumbu Icefall and staying on the mountain, but may not have the time or desire to attempt the summit.  This is your chance as we are now offering climbers an opportunity to climb though the ice fall and ascend to camp I and camp II on the mountain.

The Everest Base Camp Trek is arguably the most famous and real adventure trekking route in the world.  Many claim that if there were such thing as paradise on Earth, it is in Nepal and along the Everest Base Camp Trek.  This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to see some of the most breathtaking scenery imaginable. When you climb up to Kalapatther (5,545 meters) early in the morning,  you may see the sun rise on the snow capped peaks above the Khumbu Glacier, along with other unforgettable sights. This trek is suitable for people who are generally fit and used to walking, but the experience will never be forgotten.  This trek also provides a chance to approach the world’s highest mountain, Mount Everest.

Everest Base Camp to Camp II  allows you the chance to follow in the footsteps of legendary mountaineers while climbing through the labyrinth of ice towers, crevasses and ladders. After spending the night at Camp I you will have the chance to climb to Camp II at over 21,000 feet.  From this point, view of the Southwest face of Mt. Everest are spectacular.  This trip allows climbers the experience of a lifetime, especially those that may not have the desire or time to climb to the summit.

Everest Base Camp to Camp II:  Overview

  • Tour Region:  Everest
  • Best season:   Spring
  • Transportation:  By private tourist vehicle/Flight
  • Accommodation:  Tea house(lodge) /camping
  • Grade:  Moderate & fairly strenuous
  • Trekking style:  Tea house / camping
  • Highest access of the trip: 21,000 feet
  • Culture: Sherpa
  • Himalayan sights: Mt. Everest, Amadablam, Lhotse, Nuptse.



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September 28, 2015