Ultimate guide trekking to Everest Base Camp

Ultimate guide trekking to Everest Base Camp : After managing over 220+ Everest Base Camp Treks, we have developed a quality service and set up for our Everest Base Camp trips. We have 100% success on most of our treks. Join us in 2018 / 2019 / 2020 

Ultimate guide trekking to Everest Base Camp

We have the best information, team and service for trekking this famous trail to Everest. Read our tipstraining information and all the information needed to make this adventure a life changing experience. We have put over 1,500 in Everest Base Camp. chose Ian Taylor Trekking as your ultimate guide trekking to Everest Base Camp.  READ SOME REVIEWS.

Ultimate guide trekking to Everest Base Camp

We have achieved this success because of a wide range of factors. We have decided that the quality of our trips should be to the highest level. We have the same team of staff in Nepal now for over 12 years We have 9 full time working for Ian Taylor Trekking on the ground. Some of our Nepalese staff have been on our trips to climb Kilimanjaro. Our staff all get constant training and understand the Ian Taylor Trekking way of running quality trips that exceed expectations.  We have decided to give people the best chance at success. So, we have added 3 nights in Namche Bazaar on the way up the trail. So you either arrive into Everest Base Camp on day 9,10 or 12 depending on the itinerary you pick.  You really need these additional days on the trek to Everest. More acclimatization at 11,500 feet gives you a safer, more enjoyable experience going into this low oxygen environment. CHECK OUT our unique itinerary.

Ultimate guide trekking to Everest Base Camp

We want to help you to understand the commitment and training involved. The right gear and kit needed to be successful. We promise that our staff will help you maximize your enjoyment on the Everest trail and safely lead you through this amazing trek.  The journey is far more important than the destination and we run all our trips with this in mind.

Your Ultimate guide trekking to Everest Base Camp should have following in place

1). Talk to and work with professionals

Talk to and trek with people who have actually climbed Everest and trekked to Everest Base Camp in all seasons, conditions and more than just a few times. Ian has climbed Everest to the top and lead over 30 treks to Everest.  All of our head climbing guides have climbed Everest and lead numerous treks in the Everest region. The Ian Taylor Trekking staff you speak with will have made over 6 treks to Everest Base Camp. If you want to give yourself the best chance at reaching Everest Base Camp and climbing Kala Phatar, then call, e-mail or skype us We can help you fully prepare for your journey so that you experience the Everest region with our Sherpa staff to it’s fullest.  Read some reviews.

2). Have quality food, equipment & experience

Good food is needed to fuel your adventure. We use the best available lodges with the best food. Watch our food and accommodation video.  Cheap lodges do not have the best food. The rooms are colder and damp. We want to offer you the best available,  helping you each day, as you journey through these big mountains.

3). You need a proper training plan in place

We believe that strength and condition along with more acclimatization are the key ingredients for a success trekking into Everest Base Camp. Read more about our training advice. After your base phase of training, you need to be training with a weighted back pack building the weight you are carrying over a long period of time. (This will depend on the individual) You should also do a fitness test to see what heart rate zones you personally need to be training in to maximize your strength, endurance and ability to slowly develop your training for the Everest base camp and Kala Phatar trek.

4). Pick the right acclimatization schedule for you

In my opinion after leading 30+ treks to Everest Base Camp. The longer you spend acclimatizing the better. I have also trekked all the different routes up through the Everest region. I highly recommend and itinerary that has a minimum of 9 days trekking into Everest Base Camp. If you want to get the most our of your experience have more days on the day up to any low oxygen environment.  I would not recommend it anything less.  Always remember there is no one size fits all when it comes to anything in life. So if you want to be safer, and give yourself the best chance at success you need to pick the best acclimatization for your Everest Base Camp Trek.

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