- Clean Everest region on the descent
- 380 view of mountain
- Climb the highest Mountain
- Participation in the world's highest marathon
- Have special Khumbu experience
Multi Mount Everest is a special program for extreme adventures with a consciousness for the environment. Participants in the program will climb the highest mountain in the World, Mt. Everest (8,848m), and run the highest Marathon in the world, Tenzing Hillary Everest Marathon. While descending from Mt. Everest, participants will bring down as much trash with them as possible.
Summiting Mount Everest is a test of endurance, determination, and patience. The total of 58 days packages consists of 28 days climbing period. The trip starts with a trek through the Everest Region. A scenic flight towards Lukla, World’s most dangerous airport from Kathmandu kicks off the program. The trek towards Everest Base Camp (EBC) starts from Lukla and moves through Namche Bazar (3,440m), Tyangboche(3,867m), Dingboche(4,260m), Lobuche(4,930m) and Gorakshep(5,100m). After the trek to Everest Base Camp (EBC), participants will begin the climbing phase, moving up and down camps to acclimatize the body for the final push to reach the top of the world, Mount Everest.
Numerous reports from BBC and National Daily Himalayan times have stated that Everest is being contaminated with a lot of trash. Hence, to promote and minimize the trash flow in Everest, participants will collect and bring down as much waste as possible on the descent from the summit of Everest. After the descent participants will run the highest marathon in the World, Tenzing Hillary Everest Marathon to complete a grand adventure.