Mt. Everest North Col Expedition (7033m)
Mt. Everest North Col Expedition
Standing at the height of 7033m, Everest north col. is the popular mountain lies in Tibet. Discovered by George Mallory and his team in 1922, it is the key to the ascent of Everest from the north. Everest North Col. Expedition highlights the Lhasa and the eighth wonder Potala Palace to the drive along the Friendship highway to trekking up to the 6380m ABC. Following our ascent of Lhakpa Ri, we will have a rest day before attempting our climb. Then we climb to 7000m on North Col using the fixed ropes of the Everest expeditions. Using fixed ropes, we ascend up the steep flanks of the North Col, to its crest at 7,000m. This is an historic location, right at the foot of the North Ridge.
- Trek Starts: Kathmandu
- Trek Ends: Kathmandu
- Length: 24 Days
- Maximum Altitude: 7033m
- Grade: Strenuous
- Trekking Type: Expedition
- Best season: April and May & October and November
- Attractions: Mt. Everest North Col offers a jaw dropping views of Everest and its magnificent North Face.