All you Need to Know About Trekking to Everest Base Camp

Are you thinking to trekking to Everest Base Camp. Here are all our important links and pages you need to read before trekking to Everest base camp.  You need to explore this information and apply to your preparation and journey into the Everest region. I have climbed Everest to the summit, helped people train to climb Everest and led over 35 treks to Everest base camp. Check out our upcoming trips.

Important Pages

1). Pick the best acclimatization itinerary for your Everest base camp trek

2). Get training and learn the best way to prepare for your Trek to Everest

3). Get FREE constant advice from our professional team

4). Understand the daily distance on the way up and down the Trek to Everest

5). Have the right clothing and gear for your Everest base camp trek

6). Pacing each day on the trail is critical to success

7). Why hydrated is critical at high altitude and in low oxygen environments

8). Elevation gains on the Everest trail. This will help you formulate a training plan

9). What sort of food will I get on the Everest Base Camp Trek.

10). Read our Top 10 Tips for a successful Everest trek.

11). Read our Top 11 Tips for when you are on the Everest Base Camp Trek.

12). Read about the best time to trek to Everest Base Camp.

13). What vaccinations should you consider for your Everest Base Camp Trek.

14). What type of trekking boots should you have for the Everest Base Camp Trek.

15). What Insurance do I need for my Everest Base Camp Trek.

16). What additional expenses will you incur on the Everest Trek.

17). What are the differences between trekking to Everest and climbing Kilimanjaro.

18). What are the best months for trekking to Everest Base Camp.

Pick the right Everest Base Camp Itinerary

The first think you need to do is pick the right itinerary, there is no one size fits all and you need to have as much acclimatization in the critical points of the trek. You need 3 nights acclimatization in Namche Bazaar on the way up the trail. This is vital to a safe, enjoyable and success experience in a low oxygen environment higher up the trail. If you fail to acclimatize well lower down you run the risk of getting altitude sickness higher up.

The Everest Trek requires excellent physical preparation

Breathing techniques, low heart rates, excellent hydration and pacing are all really important to be safe and successful. You also need excellent physical conditioning to be able to walk up and down hills with a weighted back pack at high altitude. We can help you with this. DROP US AN E-MAIL today and get access to the Everest base camp professionals who have made the journey many times.

Support the Local People as you Journey to Nepal

Support a company who has invested in Nepal. We set up the Goli village trust after the 2015 earthquake. We have our own full time staff on the ground in Kathmandu and we run a quality service on all our trekking and mountaineering itineraries. CONTACT US and we can explain how we operate in Nepal.

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