Multi Mount Everest

Multi Mount Everest is a special program for extreme adventures with a consciousness for the environment

Multi Mount Everst- Clients near Hillary-Step before summitting Mt Everest.

Highlights

  • 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.

What do you get with Multi Everest ?

Trek Itinerary

2nd April
Arrive to Kathmandu and transpot to Hotel
3rd-4th April
Preparation before expedition
5th April
Fly to Lukla, trek to Phakding
6th April
Trek to Namche Bazaar
7th April
Rest Day at Namche Bazzar
8th April
Trek to Debocue via Tyangboche Monastary
9th April
Trek to Dingboche
10th April
Rest to Dingboche
11th April
Trek to Lobuche
12th April
Trek to Gorakshep
13th April
To Everest Base Camp (EBC)

Climb Itinerary

14th-16th April
Rest Pooja and Preperation
17th-19th April
Khumbu Glacier & Ladder Training
20th-27th April
Ascent to Mount Everest and return to Everest Base camp

Clean

Clean Everest Base camp after the completion of the expedition 

To tackle this situation, we have initiated a simple act of bringing down as much garbage as possible from the Everest Base Camp. We provide a small garbage bag to each participant in the program.

Run Itinerary

28th May
Join Everest Marathon Group
29th May
Race Starts and finish at Namche Bazar
30th May
Rest at Namche Bazzar
31st May
Trek to Lukla
1st June
Fly to Kathmandu. O/N Hotel
2nd June
Free day for Leisure. Afternoon Marathon Party
3rd of June
Depart Kathmandu

Detailed Itinerary

2nd April
Arrive to Kathmandu and transpot to Hotel
Once you arrive at the Tribhuvan International Airport, you will be greeted by the representative of Tenzing Hillary Everest Marathon. The representative will drop you at your respective hotel and help you through the check-in process. You may then freshen up and enjoy your leisure time.
3rd-4th April
Preparation before expedition
The priority of these days will be to check the equipment of all the members to ensure that the members are well-equipped to cope with all the possible circumstances on Everest. The equipment will be checked thoroughly by our climbing leaders. Upon necessary, you will have enough time for the last minute purchases from a well-stocked climbing store in the city
5th April
Fly to Lukla, trek to Phakding
Early morning, one of our representatives will transfer you to the domestic airport from your hotel. You will then take a scenic flight to one of the world’s most adventurous airport, Lukla. At Lukla, our guide or porter will receive you upon landing. Once your flight lands at Lukla, you will start trekking. The trek initially starts with a gradual downhill and few ups with the breathtaking view of Kusum-Kangru (6,369m). After a gradual descent, we reach Phakding village for overnight stay.
6th April
Trek to Namche Bazaar
The trail passes through an amazing pine forest from Phakding. You will cross the bridge of Dudh-Koshi river with a splendid view of Thamserku (6,608m). After few hours of strenuous walk, you shall reach Monjo village and then to the entrance gate of Sagarmatha National Park. From the park gate, you will descend to Jorsalle village and then the trail leads towards the river bank of Dudh-Kosi and Bhote Koshi rivers. After a steep ascends, you will reach Namche Bazaar for the overnight stay.
7th April
Rest Day at Namche Bazzar
Namche, the primary town of Khumbu region, is an ideal place for acclimatization. So, you have a leisure day in this beautiful town. You can take a short hike or walks around the town and the colourful marketplace.
8th April
Trek to Debocue via Tyangboche Monastary
Early morning trek on a fairly easy trail for the first half, with short, ascends and descends with majestic views of towering peaks like Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku. After few hours of a pleasant walk, you will reach Phungitenga village (3,250 m), a small settlement in the midst of the alpine forest. Afternoon walk leads to a tough climb for almost two hours under the shades of tall trees until you reach Thyangboche Monastery. Blessed with the panoramic views of the towering mountains, the monastery is the biggest in Everest region. You will stop for an overnight stay at Thyangboche.
9th April
Trek to Dingboche
On this day, our route descends into a colourful forest with the views of Everest, Ama Dablam and Lhotse on the backdrop to reach Deoboche (3,650). The trail then continues with a strenuous uphill. Upon crossing the bridge of Imja River, you will reach Pangboche village at 3,900 m. After a stop at Pangboche, the trek continues to Imjatse valley before ascending to Dingboche for an overnight stay
10th April
Rest to Dingboche
Having a leisure day at Dingboche will help you acclimate in the higher altitude. Activities for the day will include a short hike up the hills for splendid views of the valley and magnificent peaks.
11th April
Trek to Lobuche
Walk from Dingboche starts early morning leading north towards a small ridge. After few hours, you will reach a junction where the route of Pheriche and Dingboche joins at Thugla. After Thugla, the trek leads towards an exhausting hour-long steep to the top. After a short rest, the walk continues for nearly an hour with gradual uphill until we reach our overnight destination to Lobuche.
12th April
Trek to Gorakshep
The first hour of the trek is fairly easy on a gradual path with few ups and downs. After that, the trail leads to a short glacier path. After almost half an hour of the tough climb, we reach a moraine just above Khumbu glacier. A walk on a rocky moraine path leads us to our overnight destination, Gorakshep which is located on a flat sandy area below Kalapatthar (5,545m) and Mt. Pumori (7,145m).
13th April
To Everest Base Camp (EBC)
On this day, our destination is to reach the foot of the World’s Highest Mountain, Mt. Everest. Departing from Gorakshep in an early morning, we climb to Kalapatthar (5,545m) which offers a magnificent panoramic view of the surrounding mountains. Walking over moraines and streams, we shall reach our overnight destination at Everest Base Camp (5,364m).
14th-16th April
Rest Pooja and Preperation
For the next couple of days, we will be resting at the Everest Base Camp to prepare for the ascent. We will also organize a ritual at Everest Base Camp to worship the mountain god for the successful ascent to the summit of the Everest.
17th-19th April
Khumbu Glacier & Ladder Training
For the next couple of days, we will be climbing the Khumbu Glacier to prepare for the expedition. Our climbing leader will also help you with the ladder training.
20th-27th April
Ascent to Mount Everest and return to Everest Base camp
We move on the Camp II through the Khumbu Icefall which we will use our main base for achieving the summit. We have planned 4 phase of climbs (from Camp I to Summit) to acclimatize, get used to psychologically and physically and create a maximum chance for success. Outline plan is as follows: Climb Phase I: Reach Camp I through Khumbu Icefall, sleep 1 night and decent back to Base Camp. We will try to reach Western Cwm (6,200m) during this time. Climb Phase II: Head up from EBC again sleep a night at Camp I then move to Camp II to for three nights. During the 3 nights, we will do acclimatization below Lhotse face. Stay at Camp II for familiarization training of mask and oxygen. We will head to Base Camp after this. Climb Phase III: At Camp II for about 4 nights then push onto Camp III for a night. We will use oxygen to sleep at Camp III. We will get back to camp II of and continue back to Base Camp after this. Note: Now we will be well acclimatized. Our lungs and feet will be well trained also. We get back and focus on getting rest, stocking up calories and wait for good summit weather window for the final summit push. Climb Phase IV: This is our ascent attack! We will take 8-9 days from Base Camp to Summit and back. From Base Camp, we will climb to Camp II to spend a night there. Next day we will climb to Camp III spend a night. Then we climb to Camp IV where we will reach by early afternoon where we will take a full rest with oxygen support and after rehydrating, we will start our summit push in the evening to reach the summit early next morning. After achieving the summit, we will descend down to Camp IV or Camp III depending on the weather and physical condition. Next day we descend all the way to Base Camp.
28th May
Join Everest Marathon Group
After the successful ascent to the summit of the Everest, the team will then head back to Everest Base Camp and join the Tenzing Hillary Everest Marathon Group. At the Everest Base Camp, we will prepare for the race. Interest ones can also participate in a mock race which will be organized at the base camp. Overnight at Everest Base Camp.
29th May
Race Starts and finish at Namche Bazar
Race Day! The marathon will start early morning on this day. The Ultra Marathon (60 K) will start at 06:00 am and Full Marathon (42 K) will start at 07:00 am from the Everest Base Camp. We will descend rapidly from 5,364m to 3,440m towards the finishing point at Namche Bazaar.
30th May
Rest at Namche Bazzar
After the race day, we will have a free day at Namche Bazaar. This is to ensure all the participants get enough rest from the exhaustion. The interested participants are free to walk around the town and colourful markets.
31st May
Trek to Lukla
Beginning our trek from a rocky terrain at Namche Bazaar, our trail mostly leads downhill alongside Dudh Koshi River. We pass through several monasteries, suspension bridges and villages before reaching our overnight destination, Lukla.
1st June
Fly to Kathmandu. O/N Hotel
We will catch an early morning flight from Lukla airport to Kathmandu. Upon arrival, Tenzing Hillary Everest Marathon representatives will pick all the participants from the airport and transfer them to their respective hotel. Rest of the day will be leisure.
2nd June
Free day for Leisure. Afternoon Marathon Party
On this day, the participants will have a leisure day at their hotel until the afternoon. All the participants are free to roam around the city during their leisure time. In the afternoon, we will organize a Marathon Party at the hotel and celebrate the success of the event.
3rd of June
Depart Kathmandu
On the final day, the Tenzing Hillary Everest Marathon representative will transfers you to the airport for the final departure according to your international flight schedule.

Beginner Packages

Everest Marathon - Island Peak

Everest marathon with Island Peak

Price:   $3500

Days: 12 MAY - 03 JUNE

Difficulty: Hard

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