Everest Expedition In Spring

Everest Climbing in Spring Cost
  • Duration 65 Days
  • Trip Grade Very Strenuous
  • Max. Altitude 8,849 m
  • Trip Start Kathmandu
  • Trip End Kathmandu
  • Trip Area Everest Region
  • Nature of Trip 8000 m Expedition
  • Major Activities Summit mt Everest
  • Best Season Spring (March, May, April)

Everest Expedition in Spring (March, May, April) takes you to the peak of the tallest mountain in the world, i.e., Everest, at 8,849 m. Suppose You've always dreamed of standing on top of the world. Now's your chance to realize that dream with our Everest Expedition in Spring package. 

Above all the peaks of the Himalayas, Mount Everest stands dominant at 8848.48 m (29,030 ft) as the true King of all peaks. This famous mountain is situated on the borderline between Nepal and Tibet. It is highly regarded by the Nepalese and Sherpas, who worship it as 'Sagarmatha,' and the Tibetans, who revere it as 'Chomolungma.' 

Mount Everest Climbing in Spring Itinerary takes you from Kathmandu to Base Camp and guides you every step up the tallest mountain on Earth. Our experienced Sherpas have summited Everest countless times before - you can trust them to get you up and down safely, which is all-inclusive in the Everest Expedition package. 

Since the first British expedition in 1921, Mount Everest has always invited adventurers from across the globe, calling them to test their mettle and attempt to reach lofty peaks. Finally, on May 29, 1953, Tenzing Norgay Sherpa of Nepal and Sir Edmund Hillary did the impossible and mounted the first successful ascent to the summit. With the Everest Climbing Spring package, you follow their footsteps and reach the peak of the tallest peak. 

With Everest Expedition in Spring Package, You'll join the elite few who have experienced the exhilaration of summiting Mount Everest. Trek across crevasse-filled glaciers, climb near vertical faces and push yourself to the limit. The air will be thin, but the views will be astounding. Don't let this opportunity pass you by. Reserve your spot today for 2024, 2025, and 2026 with the Mt Everest Expedition in Spring package and start the adventure of a lifetime. 

Our Everest expedition in spring Itinerary consists of a thrilling 65-day journey to the top of the world. After arriving in Kathmandu, you'll fly to Lukla to follow the Everest Base Camp trek route. Along the way, you'll pass through charming Sherpa villages, walk through Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and view the Himalayan peaks like Ama Dablam and Lhotse.

Once you reach the Everest Base Camp, our expert Sherpa guides will help you acclimatize to the high altitude for a few days as per the Everest expedition Itinerary. Then, you'll go through the treacherous Khumbu Icefall and up the Lhotse Face to Camp 2. After a rest day, follow up the Everest expedition route and continue to Camp 3 in the "Yellow Band," a distinctive yellow limestone cliff. Two more camps and you'll finally reach the South Col and prepare for the final ascent.

With the Everest expedition in spring, The thrill of scaling massive cliffs and walls, reaching the top, and enjoying the breathtaking views draws many climbers to Nepal. The stunning scenery amid the snow-capped Himalayas provides the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable climbing experience. The physical and mental challenges required on the Everest expedition pushed you outside your comfort zone and built confidence in yourself and your abilities.

For the Mountaineers interested in the Everest Climbing Expedition in spring 2024, 2025, and 2026, now is your chance to book. Adventure altitude treks now offer the Everest climbing spring package at a discount cost. It's best to join the Everest expedition in the group as we offer group discounts for the 2024, 2025, and 2026 spring packages. Contact us and Book this Everest expedition spring package now and reach the top of Everest with our experienced sherpa guide team. 

Everest Expedition in Spring Cost 2024, 2025, and 2026 packages are still on. Book early and benefit from group discounts.

Major Highlights of the Everest Expedition In Spring 

  • Conquer the world's highest mountain, which reaches 8848 m above sea level.
  • Stand on top of the world and see the breathtaking snow-capped Himalayan range.
  • Best Everest Expedition In Spring package at discount cost 2024, 2025, and 2026.
  • Hike across the mystical Everest region, where Mother Nature has fully shown her magnificence.
  • Throughout the expedition, experience drastic changes in weather and geology.
  • The varied plant and animal life of Sagarmatha National Park is interesting.
  • Start your expedition with the most thrilling Lukla flight. 
  • Succeeding to the peak of mountaineering via the top of Mount Everest.
  • Photographing the mesmerizing sunset of Mount Everest.
  • Soaking in the spiritual ambience of prayer wheels, colourful flags, and ancient monasteries.
  • Fully guided Everest Expedition In Spring
  • Dive into Sherpa culture and its magical mountaineering legacy.
  • Marvelling at the rich colours of the Rhododendrons covering the forests, which look gorgeous.
  • Encountering rare wildlife like the elusive snow leopard and Himalayan tahr amidst the rugged terrain.

Benefits of Everest Expedition In Spring package

  • Everest Expedition in Spring is a Fully guided expedition that gives assurance and Support to the team during the trip.
  • Climbing Support from the best sherpa climbers.
  • International and domestic airport pickup and drop-off service for hassle-free travel logistics.
  • Free Everest climbing route map for better navigation and planning.
  • An oximeter should be provided to check blood oxygen saturation levels, prioritizing climbers' health.
  • Medical kits were provided, ensuring preparedness for any unforeseen situations.
  • Great History of Successful high altitude expeditions with Everest expedition in spring.
  • Best-tented accommodation offers comfort and rest after a challenging day of climbing.
  • Delicious and nutritious foods catered to replenish energy levels and sustain climbers throughout the expedition.

Is the Everest Expedition In Spring Safe? 

Spring may be the safest season for the Everest Expedition because the weather seems favourable, and innovations have been made regarding safety measures. Spring is mainly known for the milder weather and is less dangerous during winter, making it the high season for climbing. The drop in fatalities between 1923 and 1999, from 14.5% to 1.4% in 2000 to 2021, indicates the improvement of safety measures. Such a decline is connected with the improvement of the equipment, weather forecasting development, and the existence of more commercial passages.

Along with these improvements, the Everest Expedition in Spring Still has its own risks. Unstable snow and ice conditions and serac collapses create major hazards. Frost-bite and AMS-related pathologies like hypothermia and HAPE are still possible risks. These conditions make the Everest Expedition in Spring attempt risky, requiring experienced climbers only to do this. Although the safety regulations have improved, the climbers should be on alert and always ready for the unexpected challenges of Mount Everest.

How Fit Should I Be For Everest Expedition in Spring?

For the Everest expedition in spring, being at a five fitness level on the scale is recommended. At this level, one's fitness needs to be of the highest level, encompassing outstanding endurance, strength, and mental toughness to deal with the challenges of high altitude and harsh weather conditions. Climbers must deal with heavy loads, long walking days and drastic weather changes on Everest Expedition in Spring. Previous mountaineering skills offer the physical and mental persistence required to meet the environment's challenges, such as the altitude and terrain. Aim at least fitness level 5 since you need to be well-prepared and capable of dealing with the high physical requirements of this trip.

Why Choose Adventure Altitude Treks for Everest Expedition?

In a remarkable adventure, Team Adventure Altitude Treks Invites you for your Everest Expedition in Spring. Adventure Altitude Treks is ideal for enthusiasts to enhance their adventure skills. We are the best at organizing ultimate adventures in Nepal, including the Everest expedition and remote treks in Nepal, which will be a testament to the region's beauty and culture. We have tailored tours to meet different preferences: trekking, cultural immersion, and mountain climbing.

Our guides on the Everest Expedition in Spring are experienced with safety and comfort being their topmost concern when you are out to have a wonderful trip to the beautiful wonders of Nepal. Offering our hospitality, having 24/7 customer support, and practicing eco-friendly and payment security, we are your trusted partner for a responsible and enjoyable Everest Expedition in Spring at Adventure Altitude Treks. Our team is committed to delivering a unique and memorable trip that will be done in a way that is friendly to the environment and protects local traditions and customs.

Come with us for a unique experience where we connect every step with the best skills and care with the Everest Expedition in Spring. At Adventure Altitude Treks, let us accompany you and discover the Everest region's stunning scenery and rich culture. Make your Everest Expedition in Spring a lifetime experience.

What Experience Are Required for Mt Everest Expedition In Spring Attempt?

For a Mt. Everest Expedition in Spring, climbers must have prior experience as a prerequisite. This may involve 7000-metre-high altitude climbing and 8000-metre-high mountaineering. One need not pursue these experiences in Nepal; learning about Nepalese climbing practices and culture can be beneficial. 

For the Everest Expedition in Spring, Climbers must have good skills in using crampons on snow, ice, and steep terrain and fixing ropes on exposed parts. It is essential to know about the climbing gear and the basic rope techniques like tying knots and abseiling, as they are helpful for your safety. In addition, mountaineers have to display inner strength to deal with weather extremes and be prepared for potentially challenging environments. Moreover, for the Everest Expedition in Spring, it is of utmost importance for climbers at intermediate levels who have not yet climbed 7000M and 8000M to get enough skills and experience before attempting Everest Mountain. Resilience, technical skill development, and experience should be the top three characteristics that can make the difference between a happy and sad ending on the harsh slopes of Everest.

Everest Climbing in Spring Best Acclimated Itinerary

We plan your Everest Expedition in the Spring Itinerary Package with the idea of a better process in acclimatization in mind. The goal is to do a few cycles of climbing up and down from Camps 1 and 3 to reach our destination safely. We will set up a base camp fully equipped with additional amenities designed to serve comfort and support purposes at our location. While on the expedition, training days and extra rounds of acclimatization are added to improve climbers' chances of handling extreme altitudes effectively. Alternatively, you can shorten your Everest Expedition in the Spring Itinerary, but we suggest you follow the original plan to maximize the acclimatization process. 

Everest Expedition in Spring Cost 2024, 2025 and 2026

The Everest Expedition in spring cost may range between $31,500 and $1,00,000. The payable cost for the Spring Everest climbing could differ from one company to another. This is because the amount depends on other factors, such as the group size. Below's a breakdown of the estimated cost of Everest Climbing in 2024, 2025, and 2026. 

  • Everest Expedition Cost 2024: $31,500 to $60,000 Per Person
  • Everest Expedition Cost 2025: $31,500 and $60,000 Per Person
  • Everest Expedition Cost 2026: $31,500 and $60,000 Per Person

Note: We offer the flexibility to tailor the Everest Expedition in the Spring Itinerary and Route to your preferences, including adding extra acclimatization days. Please note that any adjustments to the Itinerary may affect the total cost.

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  • AccommodationHotel
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Altitude/Time1400 m/ Free Day

Our journey to the Everest Expedition in Spring begins in Kathmandu. So, on Day 1, you will arrive in Kathmandu by flight. Our trekking team will arrange the pickup car from Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu and drop you at your hotels, where you will spend your night.

  • AccommodationHotel
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Altitude/Time1400 m/ Free Day

As per the Everest Expedition in Spring Itinerary today, you will explore Kathmandu city and its magnificent side. There exist a few destination points close to Kathmandu Valley that attract a lot of people who come to pay a visit. Religious sites like Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, Boudhanath, and others can be visited for the purpose of exploring their UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Likewise, to gain an understanding of the valley part, the Kathmandu Durbar Square, the Patan Durbar Square, the Narayanhiti Palace, and many other places can be visited.

  • AccommodationHotel
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Altitude/Time1400 m/ Free Day

On the third day following the Everest Expedition in Spring Itinerary, you will have a meet-up session with the crew and guides who will be part of this expedition. We will visit the office of Himalayan Partner Treks, where we will meet our crew and team members, who will be our helpers and explorers on the expedition.

Also, we must take care of the climbing and trekking permit arrangements required for Everest climbing for you. In addition, you will have a formal conference with the representatives of the Department of Tourism, who will provide a municipal briefing on the standard procedures and protocols that are implemented during an Everest Expedition.

  • AccommodationTea Houses
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Altitude/Time(2850m), (2650m)/ 35 minutes and 3 hr

On the fourth day, your Everest Expedition in Spring journey officially begins with a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. Lukla is the take-off point of the Everest Expedition. The entire flight to the capital city takes almost 30 to 45 minutes. Your flight will land safely at Lukla Airport, where you will have time to relax.

After that, following the Everest Expedition Itinerary, you’ll be heading to Phakding, which will take you about 3 or 4 hours from Lukla. We will hike through the rugged streaks uphill and down, starting from Lukla. When we finally reach Phakding, there will be a lodge where we will rest.

  • AccommodationTea Houses/ Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Altitude/Time3440 m/ 6 hr

It is already the fifth day of your trek on the Everest Expedition Itinerary, and today, you will start your hike from Phakding. The purpose is to get to Namche Bazaar, which is located at the height of 3440 meters above sea level. Namche Bazaar, also known as, ‘Gate of Everest’ embodies Sherpa Culture and offers quality services and amenities.

We will stay at a hotel at Namche Bazaar, 5 to 6 hours of walking away from Phakding. Before reaching Namche, we must go through the Monjo village, where we can obtain the Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit. We will be welcomed by the mesmerizing panorama of Mount Everest and Ama Dablam when we arrive at Namche Bazaar. 

  • AccommodationTea Houses/ Hotel
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Altitude/Time3440 m/ Free Day

The first rest day is scheduled today as per the Everest Expedition Itinerary. 

Traveling to the height demands good physical fitness and endurance with a strong body. It means that you will take a whole day's rest on the third day and acclimatize yourself in Namche. You can go to the area next door.

Stay hydrated and eat enough nutrition to keep yourself strong. You will be in a hotel for the entire day, where we can enjoy the local dishes and delve into the local culture and Sherpa tradition.

  • AccommodationTea Houses
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Altitude/Time(3867 m)/ 5hr

Now, we start the seventh day with a walk uphill to Tengboche, at 3870 meters. It takes around 5 to 6 hours from Namche Bazaar to reach Tengboche. A beautiful forest walk with the wonders of Mount Everest and Ama Dablam will be the experience you will have.

At Tengboche, we can experience the Buddhist religion and culture first-hand. We can see the mani walls, chortens, and prayer flags as we walk along the trail. We can go to Tengboche Monastery, the centerpiece of Buddhist culture in the area.

  • AccommodationTea Houses
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Altitude/Time(4260 m)/ 7-7

Tengboche and Dingboche are 5 to 6 hours walking distance from each other. The hike will be started early in the morning on the 8th day at uphill trekking to Dingboche. We will walk through the valley of Imja - we should be sure that the landscape around you will be more than beautiful and that it will set your heart on fire.

In the course of the trek, after a couple of hours, we will arrive in Pangboche, where most of the trekkers stay for a bite to eat. So, the trail will take us to Dingboche, which is another village.

  • AccommodationTea Houses
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Altitude/Time(4260 m)/ Free Day

The eighth day is the second acclimatization in our Everest Expedition Itinerary. We will have a whole day off in Dingboche, taking advantage of the Himalayan views. Don't miss the hikes nearby and the viewpoint view. Focus more on your health and take enough rest for the day.

Also, we will visit the nearby locations for refreshments. Our team leader will arrange daily walks to nearby hills for better acclimatization. Take hikes on nearby mountains to gradually get used to the higher altitudes. You need to be well adjusted and acclimatized to high altitude so that you maximize the chances of success when you arrive at base camp. This can be achieved by following the regimen that has been proven most effective for you. 

We can attend a course on high altitude acclimatization at this hospital near Pheriche. The Himalayan Rescue Association manages it.

  • AccommodationTea Houses
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Altitude/Time(4910 m)/ 5 hr

We'll trek from Dingboche to Lobuche on the tenth day of our Everest Expedition Itinerary. The trail takes us through Pheriche Valley, offering views of Yak pastures and green landscapes with Ama Dablam in sight. From there, we'll ascend to Thokla Pass before continuing to Lobuche. 

Along the way, you'll be treated to stunning Lhotse, Nuptse, and Everest vistas as we walk for a few hours from Thokla Pass to Lobuche.

  • AccommodationTea Houses
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Altitude/Time(5180m)/ 6-8 hr

The trek from Lobuche to Gorak Shep usually takes 6 to 7 hours. We'll follow a challenging trail to the final Sherpa settlement in the Everest region. Once in Gorak Shep, we'll go to Everest Base Camp at 5,364 meters for recreational activities. After enjoying Everest Base Camp, we'll head back to Gorak Shep, as there are no accommodations at the base camp. We'll spend the night at a tea house in Gorak Shep.

  • AccommodationTented Camps
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Altitude/Time8,848m

After passing through the Khumbu icefall, we move to the section where we trek with a relatively low risk. While environmental threats such as seracs, crevasses, and small ice cliffs remain, the terrain becomes more rocky near Camp 3 and is frequently secured with fixed lines. One is a severe threat of altitude sickness and changeable weather on the mountain.

The Khumbu icefall, the most hazardous portion of the ascent, is distinguished by its steep glacier brinks, a number of big crevasses, and unstable ice caves, also called seracs. Learning to manoeuvre around this barrier is risky, and it can not only lead to falling ice hitting the climbers, but adding up to the safety problem of the route.

Sherpas very kindly do such tasks that are necessary to maintain safety on the way to the base camp. Such tasks include fixing ladders over crevasses, installing a path through the icefall, and streamlining the whole process to make climbing more effective. It decreases the possibility of being subjected to the dangers of traveling in the dangerous transit in a way that is more natural.

Climbers who want to avoid the risks of sudden changes in weather try to finish their climb in the morning, as winds are usually less violent then. Whereas in the mornings the terrain is frozen cooler, in the late afternoon when the sun warms the soil, the crevasse openings and falling ice chunks become near dangerous, so traversing the Khumbu icefall becomes more hazardous as the day goes on. 

Camp 1:

Camp 1, at 6400m, on top of the icefall Khumbu, gives the climbers a mellowful sacking place after those tough days climbing Everest. The camp is enclosed by chopping heavy snowflakes, sporadically: it gets icily cold at nights and warm during the day. Its primary mission is to provide the necessary rest and the instructor before the trail to Camp 2. The climbers use the ladders and the sound of cracking ice to avoid crevasses near Camp 1, complemented by the nonchalant environment.

Camp 2:

We will wait for the night while managing our mercury point at 6750m either at the base of the west ridge or on the foot of the Lhotse wall. This unique strategic position also provides a breathtaking view of Mount Lhotse. The climbers establish their kitchens and dining tents alongside the individual sleeping tents. Climbing facilitators also include music performances and movie screenings to foster a sense of community. Camp 2 (C2) is the main- acclimatization depot and the starting point of the assault on Camp 3 (C3) for the summit push.

Camp 3:

The next camp, called 3, is located at 7100m (m), and requires climbers to maneuver through a seemingly endless fixed rope that presumably is at the partition of Lhotse. When the altitude rises, oxygen level falls by a rapid rate which requires the use of preventive measures. There is extra oxygen though, the fact is that only a few climbers will need it from Camp 4 onwards. Skiing down the glacier signifies a 600-meter long climb through snow at a 40-degree angle, and the route is generally safe though a few ice cliffs on the way fill this particular gap.

Camp 4:

The last section of the Everest Expedition Itinerary starts from center IV at the dangerous south col at 8,400m. You have just 450 meters that you must do against blistering winds and one of the most challenging terrain. The most straight route is the curving southeastern ridge, which Hillary and Norgay (Edmund and Tenzin) did in 1953 and declared that Mt. Everest was conquered.

  • AccommodationTented Camps
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Altitude/Time8,848m

Let's pay homage to the social carrier for its services. Emptying trash that we haul in with us during climbing can be an effective way of saying no to the pollution problem. We guarantee that all of our waste is packed back and cleaned in Lukla as a sign of respect for the nature of the Everest region. This signifies that we would soon be ready for our downward slope trek and spending the night at Gorak Shep.

  • AccommodationTea Houses
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Altitude/Time(5545m), (4243m)/ 4-6 hr

Today, we will ascend to Kala Patthar in the early morning for breathtaking views of the Himalayan Mountains and a mesmerizing sunrise. It is the world's highest webcam, from where we can have a 360-degree view of Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, and many others. This renowned viewpoint in the Everest region provides panoramic vistas before descending to Pheriche later in the day for an evening rest.

  • AccommodationTea Houses
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Altitude/Time(3867 m)/ 5-6 hr

Following the Everest Expedition Itinerary, we have our descent from Pheriche to Tengboche, a part of the journey that will not be so hard on us. During that route, due to the decrease in altitude, the trek gradually becomes more accessible and tolerable because the air gets saturated with necessary oxygen and is the basis of normal breathing. 

As the trail continues,we will go through the well-known places that include the Tengboche monastery and then settle for an overnight stay at Tengboche.

  • AccommodationTea Houses
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Altitude/Time(3440 m)/ 5-6 hr

Tengboche to Namche Bazaar is a long journey which usually takes 6 hours. The path is far away and rough, so having boots that are sturdy and appropriate clothes is essential. The adventure starts in Tengboche, a Sherpa village, which is a combination of rich Buddhist culture.

From Tengboche, we will be trekking to Phunke Tenga, situated along the Dudh Koshi River at 3250 meters above sea level. The road continues on through ravishing forests of rhododendrons and pine to Kyangjuma.

Namche Bazaar, a place in Solukhumbu District, is a busy town with numerous services. 

  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Altitude/Time(2886 m)/ 5-6 hr

On the sixty-first day of the Everest Expedition Itinerary, we will leave Namche Bazaar from Lukla. Along with the Dudh Koshi River Valley, we will go through Larja Dobhan and Jorsalle, petty hamlets with houses made of stone and equally unique lifestyle patterns. After that, we will visit Monjo Village, famous for getting a permit to enter the Sagarmatha National Park. 

Subsequently, we proceed towards Phakding village after exchanging formalities at the Army Check Post, a journey that allows a view of the Mahalangur mountain range, comprising some of the highest mountains in the World – Mount Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, and Cho Oyu. Next, we will come to the villages of Nurning, Chheplung, and Chaurikharka from where we will get to Lukla and have a stay at one of the tea houses.

  • AccommodationHotel
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Altitude/Time1400m/ 35-40 minutes

This is the last day of your Everest Climbing Journey. We will head to Lukla Airport (Tenzing Norgay Airport) and will fly back to Kathmandu. Finally, we will be visiting the Trekking Company with our professional guide and porter to bring our planned expedition to an end.


  • AccommodationHotel
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Altitude/Time1400m/ Free Day

Today, we will rest for a full day after an adventurous expedition. We also can roam around the city and have fun with the local people and culture.


  • AccommodationHotel
  • MealsBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Altitude/Time1400m/ Free Day

This is another leisure day scheduled at the Everest Expedition Itinerary. If you want gifts for your loved ones from Nepal, you can head towards Thamel for shopping. In the meantime, do not forget to hop on Nepal's aesthetic bars and lounges.


  • MealsBreakfast
  • Altitude/Time1400m/ Free Day

Today, our officials from Adventure Altitude Treks will drop you off at Tribhuvan International Airport, from where you will bid farewell. After having some formalities at the airport, you will board a flight and fly back to your home country.

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Cost Details
What's Included
  • Airport transfer is carried out by our private cars/vans/minibuses according to the program.
  • Paper works, Peak permit fees, Route fees, Sagarmatha National Park Entry Fees, Sagarmatha National Park Entry Fees and Expedition Royalty fees
  • Two-way air travel from Kathmandu to Pokhara available
  • Liaison officer fees
  • payment of porters, guides, and climbing guides that also work for Sherpa guides.
  • Everest Region Map
  • Lodges and tea house accommodations
  • Tented accommodation services
  • Three meals a day
  • Dining tent of kitchen, store tent, toilet tent, and dining tent at the base camp
  • A sleeping tent and blanket will be provided for each person/ individual member.
  • Provision of kitchen/dining equipment and eaters' utensils will be ensured.
  • Preparations of (Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner) camping meals.
  • Heaters in the mess tents are in place to keep warm at the bottom camp.
  • Apart from the satellite phone, provision (of which usage incurs an extra cost)
  • Emergency medical oxygen
What's Excluded
  • Visa for Nepal (You may easily acquire a visa on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu; carry 2 Passport Size photos on hand)
  • Lunch and Dinner at Kathmandu
  • Mandatory Travel Insurance
  • Medical and Emergency Insurance
  • Rescue, medical, and hospitalization expenses
  • Personal Climbing Equipment
  • Extra Oxygen Mask and Regulator (can be provided on request)
  • Personal climbing gear, equipment, and apparel such as ice ax, crampons, climbing boots, jumar, harness, slings, karabiners, descender, and prussic loops
  • Personal snack items such as chocolates, granola bars, and beef jerky
  • Bar bills and laundry service
  • Alcoholic drinks and beverages
  • International airfare and tax
  • Gratuity fee (tips) for the staff
  • Summit Bonus
  • Nepal custom duty for import of expedition equipment
  • Expenses that are not mentioned in the included section
Dates & Price
StartTuesdayMay 13, 2025
EndWednesdayJul 16, 2025
FromUS $0
Useful Info

Everest Expedition in Spring (March, April, May)

The weather on Everest significantly affects the overall planning of the Everest Expedition.  If the weather isn't suitable, we'd better postpone the date for a better day. Take advantage of the weather forecasts as often as possible to be informed about potential avalanches and strong winds. It is not wrong to say that every season is challenging regarding Everest climbing trips. We consider spring a major advantage of all seasons for the Everest Expedition. The spring season in Nepal includes the months of March, April, and May. During the last week of May, the monsoon begins in Nepal. Hence, rainy days are very common in the Everest region, making the climate much riskier. Therefore, even in the spring, the Everest Expedition is more favourable when you leave by the last week of March or the first week of April to make the expedition possible before May concludes.

Why Choose the Everest Expedition in Spring?

Everest Expedition has two climbing seasons: spring (April to May) and autumn (September to October). The spring season, from April to May, is the most popular time for climbing Mount Everest. There are a few reasons why the spring season is ideal:

Warmer Temperatures

The Everest Expedition in Spring brings warmer temperatures, which means more stable weather conditions for Everest. Daytime highs on the mountain average around -30°C to -60°C, compared to -50°C to -70°C in autumn. The warmer spring temperatures mean fewer risks of frostbite and high-altitude sickness for climbers. The snow also becomes more compacted, creating an easier ascent route.

Longer Daylight Hours

Everest Expedition in Spring, up to 15 hours of daylight, provides more time for climbing and reduces the risks of navigating treacherous terrain in darkness. The extended daylight means climbers can start earlier and climb higher each day. The increased visibility also makes spotting any potential dangers like crevasses or avalanches easier.

Low Snow Depths

Everest Expedition in Spring follows the winter monsoons, so there is less fresh snowfall on Everest. This results in lower snow depths, especially on the mountain's higher reaches. The compacted spring snowpack makes climbing more accessible and safer, with fewer risks of deep snow or unstable snow bridges over crevasses. Lower snow also improves the visibility of the route and reduces the strenuous effort required to ascend.

Accommodation Services on Everest Expedition in Spring

The Everest expedition in spring usually lasts for 2 months. Where you stay during your expedition can make or break your experience. Fortunately, your expedition package will provide comfortable accommodation at strategic points along your journey.

Base Camp is where you'll spend the majority of your time. Spacious tents with cots or beds and dining tents provide shelter. While basic, the tents block elements and give you a resting place in the harsh climate. Bathrooms and showers in the small tented camps are also available.

On The Everest expedition in spring, you'll stay overnight in tea houses or lodges in small villages when trekking through lower elevations. These offer simple but cozy rooms, usually with two twin beds, solar-powered lighting, and communal bathrooms. Enjoy authentic Sherpa cuisine at the tea house restaurant before retiring for the night.

Higher up on the Everest expedition in spring, you'll stay in camps at various elevations to aid acclimatization to the altitude. Camps 1 through 3 have tents and offer meals. Be prepared for basic facilities like long drop toilets as you ascend to over 8,000 meters. 

You will stray at the tea houses en route until you reach the Base Camp of Everest. 

On Everest climbing in spring, your guides and sherpa team work hard to ensure high-quality food and living arrangements throughout your journey. While not luxury, the accommodation and facilities allow you to focus on your climb without worry.

Meals on Everest Peak Climbing In Spring

Everest climbing in spring will be arduous and requires many calories to fuel your body. You'll eat like never before on the mountain to energise yourself in extreme altitude and cold. Forget low carb diets-you'll be loading up on high-carb, high-fat foods.

During your trek to Base Camp on Everest climbing in spring, you'll enjoy classic Nepali dal bhat twice daily, consisting of rice, lentil soup, and vegetables. Carbohydrates like rice and potatoes are essential for sustaining energy. Once you start ascending higher, the meals become more basic but hearty. For breakfast, you'll have porridge, pancakes, or eggs; for lunch and dinner, pasta, rice, and lots of snacks like nuts, cheese, and chocolate.

As you climb higher into the "Death Zone" above 26,000 feet, your appetite diminishes, but you still need to eat. You'll rely more on dehydrated pre-packed meals, protein bars, soup, and drinks like tea and cocoa. Your sherpa will prepare meals in the mess tents using bottled oxygen to combat the effects of high altitude.

Don't be surprised if your taste buds are dulled at high altitudes. Flavors seem less vibrant, so spices are added to make meals more palatable. Staying hydrated is also critical, so you'll drink plenty of fluids with added electrolyte mixes.

The meals on an Everest expedition may not win any culinary awards, but they provide the fuel you need to achieve your goal of standing on top of the world. With the proper nutrition and hydration, you'll have the energy to complete the ultimate mountain adventure.

Why Choose Sherpa Guides for the Everest Expedition in Spring?

Hiring an experienced Sherpa guide is key to a successful Everest expedition in spring. Sherpa guides have been assisting climbers on Everest for decades and have unparalleled knowledge of the mountain. They will ensure your safety, help carry equipment, and guide you to the summit.

  • Sherpa guides have been climbing in the Himalayas since they were children. They know Everest inside and out, including the safest routes, hidden crevasses, and signs of dangerous conditions like avalanches. Their experience and judgment can mean the difference between life and death on the mountain.
  • The trek to Everest base camp, and then up to advanced base camps, requires days of hiking while carrying heavy packs. Sherpa guides will help carry tents, food, oxygen tanks, and other gear to make the journey easier. They are also experts at properly distributing weight and packing equipment for maximum efficiency.
  • On the summit day of your Everest climbing in spring, your Sherpa guide will assess conditions to determine if it's safe to proceed. If given the go-ahead, they will lead you up slowly and cautiously to the top.
  • They will set the pace, break the trail through deep snow, and ensure you have enough oxygen. Reaching the summit of Everest is a grueling feat, and having an experienced Sherpa guide by your side will increase your chances of success and safety.
  • Everest sits on the border of Nepal and Tibet, and Sherpa guides can provide cultural insight into both regions. They can teach you about Buddhist beliefs, traditional Sherpa customs, and life in the Himalayan villages. Interacting with your Sherpa guide will give you a glimpse into a way of life far from most Western cultures.

How Fit Should I Be For the Everest Expedition in Spring?

Climbing Mount Everest is an immense physical challenge and not for the faint of heart. You must be in peak physical condition to even be considered for an expedition.

Endurance and Stamina

The Everest Expedition in spring typically lasts 2 months from start to finish. You will be trekking, climbing, and summiting for long hours in high altitudes with thin air. Having excellent endurance and stamina is essential to complete the climb. Incorporate cardio exercises like running, swimming, or biking into your routine, working your way up to doing these activities for 2-3 hours at a time, 3-4 times a week.


The trek to base camp alone covers over 35 miles of rugged terrain. You will be carrying a heavy backpack weighing up to 60 pounds. Focus on building leg and core strength with exercises like squats, lunges, planks, and pushups. Work your way to doing multiple reps of each exercise with added weight. Strong legs and a sturdy core will help support your body during the climb.


Flexibility allows your muscles and joints to move freely, reducing injury risk. Activities like yoga or pilates improve both flexibility and balance. Aim for a 30-60 minute flexibility workout 2-3 times weekly. Hip openers, hamstring stretches, and chest openers are handy for mountaineering.

Trainings to Maintain the Fitness Level for the Everest Expedition in Spring

Maintaining your fitness is critical to preparing for an Everest expedition. Here are some of the training for your Everest Expedition. 

Endurance training 

Endurance training focuses on improving your stamina and ability to do prolonged physical activity. Activities like long-distance running, swimming, or biking are great for building endurance. Aim for 30-60 minutes of endurance exercise 3-4 times weekly. Start slowly and build up your distance and speed as your fitness improves.

Strength training

In addition to endurance, you need strength to haul heavy packs and equipment in the high altitudes of Everest. Focus on exercises that build strength in your legs, core, and back, such as squats, lunges, planks, and rows. Use weights or resistance bands to provide extra challenge. Even 2-3 strength sessions a week can make a big difference.

High altitude training

One of the biggest challenges of climbing Everest is the low oxygen levels. High altitude training, like spending extended periods at higher elevations, helps your body adapt to function with less oxygen. Some options include:

Technical Skills to Learn for Everest Climbing

Climbing Mount Everest is an immense challenge and not for the faint of heart. To summit the tallest peak in the world, you'll need to master several key skills.

  • The first is using ice axes and crampons. Crampons are spikes you attach to your boots for traction on ice and snow. Ice axes give you balance and support. Practice walking in crampons on lower-angle slopes before the expedition. Get comfortable using your ice axes for balance, braking, and self-arresting a fall.
  • You'll also need to be proficient at rope skills like coiling, uncoiling, and belaying other climbers. Know how to secure yourself and team members to fix lines properly. Learn common climbing knots like the figure-eight, bowline, and clove hitch. Practice rope ascension using ascenders in case you need to climb up or down vertical ice walls.
  • Navigating frozen terrain with a map, compass, and GPS. Whiteout conditions are common, so navigation is challenging. •Setting up tents, stoves, and other gear in high winds and low temperatures.
  • Using a sled or yak to haul gear. Much equipment must be transported, so learn how to pack and secure loads properly.
  • With diligent training and practice of these technical and safety skills, you'll be well on your way to standing on top of the world. 

Permits For Everest Expedition in Spring

While planning for the trek to Everest Base Camp on your Everest Expedition in Spring, one should consider not only the food and accommodation but the permits and fees, too. There are 3 usual permits required for this trip, and they are:

  • Sagarmatha National Park Entry Fee
  • Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Municipality Entry Fee
  • Gaurishankar Conservation Area Entry Fee

The Sagarmatha National Park Entry tickets cost 3000 NPR per person, which is around $25. Indian climbers have a slightly lower price, which is 1000 NPR per person. 

Similarly, the entry permit price for the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality is NPR. 2000 per person, while the cost of the Gaurishankar Conservation Area Permit is 2000 NPR per person. Those who prefer to travel from Jiri to Lukla must acquire a Gaurishankar Conservation Area Permit. You can get the permit from Shivalaya.

To prevent additional expenses, getting permits from the Nepal Tourism Board or Monjo Checkpost is recommended. Before starting your expedition, remember to secure the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu permit and the Sagarmatha N.P. permit.

And how can we miss climbing permits from the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA)? Getting climbing permission for Mount Everest during the peak season of spring costs USD 11,000 per person. It costs USD 5500 during autumn, while the off-season expedition costs USD 2750 per person. Remember, this price is for those who use the standard route to conquer Mount Everest.

Similarly, if you are opting for other routes, the prices are listed as below:

  • Everest Climbing in Spring: USD 10000
  • Everest Climbing in Autumn: USD 5000
  • Everest Climbing in Winter/Summer: USD 2500

Expedition Insurance for Everest Climbing Expedition

Purchasing comprehensive travel insurance should be on your checklist for the Everest Expedition in Spring. The harsh, high-altitude conditions can lead to health issues like acute mountain sickness, pneumonia, or frostbite. There are also risks of avalanches, falls, or lousy weather halting your climb.

Consider a policy covering high-altitude trekking and mountaineering to protect your investment in this once-in-a-lifetime experience on the Everest Expedition in Spring. Policies that include emergency medical evacuation or rescue coverage are ideal if you experience a health emergency on the mountain.

You'll also want coverage for trip cancellation or interruption. If bad weather prevents you from attempting the summit, or if you must turn back due to medical reasons, you'll want to recover your costs. Look for a policy that allows you to cancel for any reason and receive at least 75% of your trip cost in reimbursement.

Baggage loss, delay, or damage coverage is also essential, especially for expensive gear like high-altitude down jackets, thermal layers, and technical equipment. And if the airline loses your bags en route to Kathmandu, you'll be glad you have coverage to replace necessities.

Everest Expedition in Spring climbs typically costs between $35,000 to $100,000 per person, depending on the number of Sherpa and oxygen bottles provided. So, ensure any policy you buy provides enough coverage for your total trip investment, including airfare. Read the fine print to understand exactly what activities and parts of your climb are covered. 

  • The duration of the Everest Expedition varies but typically lasts around 6 to 8 weeks or more. This includes acclimatization, base camp setup, climbing, and descent.

  • The primary climbing season for Mount Everest is during the spring months of March to May when weather conditions are relatively stable, and the jet stream shifts, allowing for safer ascents.

  • Yes, it is highly recommended to have prior mountaineering experience, including high-altitude climbing, before attempting an Everest Expedition. Most climbers have significant experience with other peaks before attempting Everest.

  • While some expeditions may have limited satellite internet access at base camps, it's unreliable and expensive. It's best to disconnect and focus on the climb.

  • Yes, some base camps have charging facilities powered by solar panels or generators, but charging can be slow and may come at an additional cost. It's wise to bring backup power sources like portable chargers.

  • While wildlife encounters are rare at high altitudes, you may spot some birds and insects. However, the journey primarily focuses on the awe-inspiring landscapes and challenges of the climb rather than wildlife observation.

  • The Everest Expedition in Spring typically operates during April and May. However, specific dates may vary depending on the year and chosen itinerary.

  • Yes, we offer group discounts for expeditions. Early booking discounts may also be available. Contact us at ADventure Altitude Treks if you are interested in our current offers.

  • Contact us at Adventure Altitude Treks directly through our website or phone number. We will guide you through the booking process, answer any further questions you may have, and help you prepare for your adventure.

  • Reputable companies prioritize safety and employ experienced guides with extensive knowledge of the mountain and emergency procedures. They also provide comprehensive safety protocol briefings and use equipment like oxygen and communication devices.

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