Everest Expedition

Everest Expedition 24 Days

$ 54000 Per Person

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Facts About Trip

Maximum Altitude:


Group Size:

2 to 14 Peoples


Flight / Private Vehicle


Local Tea house / Tent

Best season:

Spring / Autumn



Tour type:




Trekking Region

Everest Region

Trip Highlights

  • Iconic Landmarks: Namche Bazaar, Tengboche Monastery, Everest Base Camp, and Kala Patthar.
  • Panoramic Views: Breathtaking vistas of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam during the trek.
  • Sherpa Culture: Experience Sherpa culture, visit monasteries, and enjoy warm hospitality.
  • Guided Expedition: Accompanied by experienced guides and Sherpa porters, providing safety and comfort.


Unique Sherpa Trek & Expedition offers an unforgettable Everest trekking experience. The Everest trek is a challenging adventure that takes you through the stunning landscapes of the Khumbu region in Nepal. The journey starts with a scenic flight to Lukla, followed by a trek through picturesque Sherpa villages, lush forests, and rugged mountain trails.

As you ascend, you will encounter iconic landmarks like Namche Bazaar, Tengboche Monastery, and Everest Base Camp itself. Along the way, you will be surrounded by breathtaking panoramic views of towering peaks, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam.

The Everest trek also includes a hike to Kala Patthar, a vantage point offering stunning views of Everest and the surrounding Himalayan range. This challenging but rewarding trek allows you to experience the unique Sherpa culture, visit ancient monasteries, and enjoy the warm hospitality of the Sherpa people.

During the trek, you will be accompanied by experienced guides and Sherpa porters who will ensure your safety and comfort throughout the journey. Unique Sherpa Trek & Expedition provides well-organized itineraries, comfortable accommodations, and delicious meals, making your Everest trek a memorable and fulfilling adventure.

Everest expedition conjures a wonderful feeling of pride and the sense of being the most adventurous person on the planet. Climbing Mt. Joining the climbing Mt. The South Col route on the Nepal side of Everest mountain is the route taken by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa who was the first to climb Everest successfully on 29 May 1953 thus became the world’s famous heroes of adventure climbing.

The Everest Expedition in Nepal presents one of the world’s greatest physical and mental challenges. Everest expedition has been successfully guided and climbed many times since then, but this should not lull prospective Everest climbers into complacency – climbing Everest mountain is the ultimate challenge. Get ready for Real Adventure with Unique Sherpa Trek & Expedition.

Day to Day Itinerary Expand/Collapse All

Day 1 : Arrival (TIA) at Kathmandu and transfor to hotel.

Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, Nepal. And our representative From Unique Sherpa Trek & Expedition will be waiting for you with our company Banner Upon completing the visa formalities and collecting your luggage at the airport, kindly proceed to the exit of the arrival hall. Your trip leader will await you just outside the arrival hall and will escort you to your hotel in Kathmandu. Welcome drinks will be served and after you’ve refreshed, your leader will brief you about your trip in the lobby of your hotel in the evening. Get familiar with your surroundings by taking a walk down the street.

Day 2 : Officially formalities preparation day at Kathmandu.

During these First days of Preparation, we will stay in Kathmandu for the final preparation of the Climb. Meet other team members.

Day 3 : All things your important equipments are preparation for Everest Expedition.

During these Second days of Preparation, we will complete official and government formalities, final gear check, and load. Upon your interest, an optional Kathmandu sightseeing can be arranged on these days. We will have a trip orientation and your trip leader will give you a brief about your climb before we head on our journey.

Day 4 : Fly to Lukla(2,860m)m. and trek to Phakding(2,670m/8,531ft).

After an early morning b/fast, we take the mountain flight from Kathmandu to Lukla on STOL aircraft. Flight time is about 30 minutes to the airstrip built by Sir Edmund Hillary and the Sherpas in the mid-1960s. We begin the trek by descending towards the Dudh Kosi River, where we join the main trail to Namche Bazaar, just above Chaurikharka at 2713m. The walking is easy and after passing through the small village of Ghat at 2550m, it’s a short walk to Phakding where we’ll stay overnight.

Day 5 : Phakding to Namche Bazar(3,440m./11,321ft.)

We will continue our journey along Dudhkoshi River which will take us through the pine forest. After crossing suspension bridges at several points and passing through small settlements of Zapute, Toktok, Benkar, and Chumoa, we will reach Monjo. This is known as the gateway to the Sagarmatha National Park. After completing all the necessary national park formalities, we will enter Sagarmatha National Park.

Lowering down from the park, we will arrive at the river. Crossing another suspension bridge, we will proceed towards the high Hillary Bridge located at the foot of the hill. Crossing this bridge, we will climb uphill to the Namche Bazaar. We can get a view of Thamserku Mountain. If the weather is clear, we can also have the first view of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and the Kusum Khangru mountains.

Day 6 : Acclimatization over EVH and back to Namche bazar.

Namche Bazaar is regarded as the gateway to the high Himalayas. It is also the main trading center and the capital of Sherpa land. Rest is recommended in Namche for acclimatization purposes. A short hike will be arranged to the ancient Sherpa village of Thame to observe the rich Sherpa culture or we can also visit nearby Khumjung, Khunde, or Khongde villages.

Shopping in the marketplace of Namche is another fine idea. National Park Head office, Museum, and monasteries are other places of interest. The area is clustered with cafes, shops, bakeries, and restaurants. The place supports facilities of post office, hospital, government health post. Internet access is also available at Namche so that you can contact your near ones.

Day 7 : Namche bazar to Debuche(3,780m/12,252ft).

We will walk along the glacial water of the Dudh Koshi River. The route offers views of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse and, Thamserku and Ama Dablam Mountains. Our journey continues through the colorful forest of blooming rhododendron to Sanasa. The region is rich in wildlife including musk deer and colorful pheasants. In Sanasa lies the junction point. One of the paths leads us to the Gokyo valley while the other branches off to Everest Base Camp.

We will take a sharp climb to Tengboche monastery which is the largest in the Khumbu region. The journey rewards us with close-up views of many surrounding mountains. We will visit the monastery and walk through a forest of birch and rhododendron to Deboche where we will stay overnight.

Day 8 : Debuche to Dingboche(4,410m./14,751ft).

We will descend to Imja River. The trail takes us uphill to Pangboche (3860m) through the lush forest. We will visit Pangboche Monastery. The village is also decorated with Chorten and Mani walls. The trail allows us access to Imja Valley. We will take a steep climb to Pheriche and continue further to the Lobuche River. The final steepest climb of the day will take us to Dingboche. Agriculture is the chief occupation of locals in Dingboche. We can see fields enclosed by stonewall in Dingboche. Buckwheat, potatoes, and barley are the major crops. We will stay overnight in Dingboche.

Day 9 : Acclimatization over Nangkartsang hill(4,960m.) and back to Dingboche.

This is a day to haul up and rest without being idle. We can stroll around the village and get pally with the local folks with some interesting conversations. This will give us deep insights into the lifestyles and cultures of the local folks in this region. At the same time, we can also relish the landscapes that surround us and we can also catch up on some reading. Our acclimatization gets a further boost with our hike to Nagartsang peak (5067m). As we top it with gasping breath we soon realize the gritty climb was worth the go; the rewards are as lovely as it comes with the natural beauty that greets us for our efforts.

Day 10 : Dingboche to Labuche(4,940m./15,870ft).

We will begin a moderate walk to Dugla. Walking through the steep moraine of Khumbu glacier, we will head towards Chupki Lhara which is festooned with prayer flags. It is also known as the memorial site for deceased legendary Everest climber Babu Chhiri Sherpa. The trail stretches through the Khumbu glacier moraine to Lobuche. On the way, we can rejoice in the close-up views of Pumori, Khumbutse, and other peaks and mountains. Stay overnight in Lobuche.

Day 11 : Labuche to Labuche base camp(5,210m./16000ft).

Rest day at Lobuche and afternoon conduct training and refreshment skills.

Day 12 : Labuche high camp(5,565m./17,420ft).

(Move to Lobuche High Camp)

Day 13 : Labuche peak Summit(6,119m./20,120ft). and back to Labuche BC.

The ascent of Lobuche Peak requires technical climbing skills and experience, including the use of ice axes, crampons, ropes, and other climbing equipment. Climbers must also be physically fit and acclimatized to high altitude in order to cope with the thin air and low oxygen levels. The climb is typically done over the course of several days, with climbers establishing base camp, higher camps, and making summit pushes from there.

One of the important aspects of any mountaineering expedition is returning safely to base camp. After a successful summit or when conditions make it necessary to retreat, climbers must carefully descend back to base camp. This is important as it allows climbers to rest and recover, and to make plans for their next steps. Returning to base camp also helps climbers to acclimatize to lower altitude, which can reduce the risk of altitude sickness.In conclusion, climbing Lobuche Peak is a challenging and rewarding experience that requires careful planning, preparation, and skill. The climb to the summit is technical and physically demanding, but also offers stunning views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks. It is also important for climbers to prioritize safety and to return safely to base camp after their climb.

Day 14 : Labuche base camp to Labuche valley.

Labuche Base Camp is a temporary campsite that serves as a starting point for mountaineers who are attempting to climb peaks in the region, including Mount Everest. It is situated at an altitude of 4,930 meters (16,170 feet) and offers stunning views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks. The base camp is usually set up during the climbing season (March-May and September-November), and it provides basic amenities such as tents, food, and medical facilities for climbers.

Labuche Valley is a glacial valley that lies to the east of the base camp. The valley is characterized by its rugged terrain, rocky moraines, and icefalls. It is also home to several small settlements, including the village of Labuche. The valley is a popular trekking destination, and many trekkers pass through it on their way to Everest Base Camp. The valley offers spectacular views of the surrounding peaks, including Lhotse, Nuptse, and Pumori.

Labuche Base Camp and Labuche Valley are important landmarks for mountaineers and trekkers in the Khumbu region. They provide access to some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the world and offer a unique glimpse into the Sherpa culture and way of life.

Day 15 : Trek to Gorakshep(5,160m./16,164ft).

Trek to Gorekshep following the glacier and moraine. Overnight at Gorekshep before reaching Everest base camp the next day.

Day 16 : Gorakshep to Everest Base Camp(5,364m./17,570ft).

Early Morning Start - Start your day early in the morning, as you will need to cover a distance of about 3.5 km to reach the base camp. The trek is moderately difficult, and it can take around 2-3 hours to complete, depending on your pace.

Khumbu Glacier - On the way to the base camp, you will cross the Khumbu Glacier, one of the largest glaciers in the world. You can take a break here to enjoy the views and take some photographs.

Everest Base Camp - Finally, you will reach the Everest Base Camp, located at an altitude of 5,364 meters. You can spend some time here, take photographs, and soak in the views of the majestic Everest and other Himalayan peaks.

Return Journey - After spending some time at the base camp, you will need to start the return journey to Gorak Shep. On the way back, you can take a break at the Khumbu Glacier and other scenic spots.

Note: It is important to acclimatize properly before attempting the trek to Everest Base Camp. It is recommended to spend at least a few days in the region, gradually increasing your altitude, before attempting the trek. Also, make sure to carry all necessary equipment and supplies, including warm clothing, trekking boots, and water.

Day 17-43 Days : 28 days Everest Expedition period(8,848.68m).

Get organized and comfortable with your home for the next 4 weeks. Looking at an auspicious date as per the Tibetan calendar, a puja ceremony will be held asking for the safe passage. We will also do training at the base camp, in ice seracs of the lower Khumbu Glacier to check climbers’ equipment and review climbing and rescue techniques.

Day 44 : Back to Pheriche from Everest base camp.

๐„๐ฏ๐ž๐ซ๐ž๐ฌ๐ญ ๐›๐š๐ฌ๐ž ๐œ๐š๐ฆ๐ฉ ๐›๐š๐œ๐ค ๐ญ๐จ ๐๐ž๐ซ๐ข๐œ๐ก๐ž.

Day 45 : Pheriche to Namche bazar.

๐๐ก๐ž๐ซ๐ข๐œ๐ก๐ž ๐ญ๐จ ๐๐š๐ฆ๐œ๐ก๐ž ๐›๐š๐ณ๐š๐ซ.

Day 46 : Rest and relaxing day at Namche bazar.

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Day 47 : Namche to Lukla.

๐๐š๐ฆ๐œ๐ก๐ž ๐ญ๐จ ๐‹๐จ๐ค๐ฅ๐š.

Day 48 : Fly back to Kathmandu from Lukla.

๐‹๐ฎ๐ค๐ฅ๐š ๐ญ๐จ ๐Š๐š๐ญ๐ก๐ฆ๐š๐๐ฎ ๐›๐ฒ ๐Ÿ๐ฅ๐ข๐ ๐ก๐ญ.

Day 49 : Sightseeing at Kathmandu valley and farewell dinner.

๐ฌ๐ข๐ ๐ก๐ญ๐ฌ๐ž๐ž๐ข๐ง๐  ๐š๐ญ ๐Š๐š๐ญ๐ก๐ฆ๐š๐ง๐๐ฎ ๐œ๐ข๐ญ๐ฒ ๐š๐ง๐ ๐Ÿ๐š๐ซ๐ž ๐ฐ๐ž๐ฅ๐ฅ ๐๐ข๐ง๐ง๐ž๐ซ.

Day 50 : Finally departure.

๐…๐ข๐ง๐š๐ฅ๐ฅ๐ฒ ๐๐ž๐ฉ๐š๐ซ๐ญ๐ฎ๐ซ๐ž.

What Is Included ?

  • Airport pick-up and Transportation.
  • 3-Night Hotel at Kathmandu (5 Start) Hotel.
  • Domestic flight tickets (Kathmandu – Lukla – Kathmandu) and airport departure taxes.
  • (100% Waterproof) Duffle bag to keep your personal belongings and things to be carried by the porter.
  • 3 Time Meals with Tea/Coffee During Trek.
  • Professional Climbing Guide, Personal guide, and Potters (Size of the Groups) During the Trek.
  • Climbing Permit, "Tims", National Parks Entry Fee.
  • All wages and medical, Insurance, for the Guide and potters.
  • First-aid Medical Kits for the Group and Staff.
  • Kitchen tents, Sleeping Tents, Dinning Tents, and Toilet Tents.
  • All Kinds of Food During Climbing Duration.
  • Unique Sherpa trek & Expedition Appreciation Certificate after the successful Expedition.
  • Fare-Well dinner in Kathmandu Before Departure.

What Is Excluded?

  • Nepal entry visa fee.
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and also in case of early return than the scheduled itinerary.
  • Extra baggage check-in during the flight (Kathmandu-Lukla-Kathmandu) if more than 15 KG, extra, can be paid directly to the airline.
  • Any kind of meal During Your Stay in Kathmandu (Except Farewell Dinner).
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu due to early arrival or late departure, or early return from the Expedition.
  • Rescue, Medicine, Medical Test, Repatriation, Hospitalization Expenses for Climbs.
  • Any Internet, Hot shower, Drinking Water, Alcohol, cold Drinks, Laundry.
  • Additional costs suffered due to causes beyond our control, such as natural disasters, weather conditions, itinerary modifications due to safety concerns, emergency evacuation, changes in government policies, strikes, and so forth.
  • Insurance for Clients
  • International flight Tickets.
  • Clothing, Packing Items or bag, personal, Medical Kits, and Personal Climbing Gear.
  • Climbing Summit Bonus.
  • Normally 15% Tips for all Staff.
  • any other items, not Included in the Above (Cost Included) Section.


NOTE: If you return earlier from the trek due to sickness or any problem, the money you paid for the flight, hotel, mountain room, food, etc. It is not will be refundable, and you will need to bear the expenses for the hotel, food, etc. in Kathmandu yourself.

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The primary climbing seasons for Mount Everest are in the spring (April-May) and autumn (September-October). During these months, the weather is generally more stable, with clearer skies and lower wind speeds, making it safer and more feasible to attempt the ascent.

The duration of a Mount Everest expedition varies depending on the chosen route, weather conditions, and individual climber's acclimatization schedule. Most expeditions typically last around two months, including several weeks for acclimatization, base camp setup, and the summit push.

Climbing Mount Everest is extremely challenging due to its high altitude, severe weather conditions, and technical terrain. It requires excellent physical fitness, mountaineering skills, and prior high-altitude climbing experience. The risks associated with climbing Everest, including altitude sickness, frostbite, avalanches, and crevasses, make it one of the most dangerous mountains in the world.

The cost of climbing Mount Everest varies depending on factors such as the route chosen, expedition operator, services provided, and logistical expenses. On average, the cost of a guided expedition can range from $35,000 to $100,000 or more per person. Additional expenses may include climbing permits, equipment rental or purchase, travel expenses, and insurance.

Yes, climbing Mount Everest requires significant climbing experience, preferably on other high-altitude peaks. Climbers should have prior experience with technical mountaineering skills, including ice climbing, glacier travel, and the use of climbing equipment such as ropes, harnesses, crampons, and ice axes. Many climbers attempt smaller peaks and participate in training courses before attempting Everest.

Preparation for a Mount Everest expedition involves rigorous physical training, including cardiovascular exercises, strength training, and endurance activities. Climbers should also focus on altitude acclimatization, mental preparedness, and familiarizing themselves with high-altitude climbing techniques. It's essential to undergo medical evaluations, obtain proper gear and equipment, and develop a comprehensive training and acclimatization plan.

Climbing Mount Everest involves numerous risks, including altitude sickness, extreme weather, avalanches, crevasses, falls, and frostbite. Additionally, factors such as overcrowding, oxygen depletion, and logistical challenges on the mountain can increase the risk of accidents and emergencies. It's crucial for climbers to be aware of these risks and prioritize safety at all times.

Yes, supplemental oxygen is commonly used during Mount Everest expeditions to help climbers cope with the reduced oxygen levels at high altitude. Most climbers rely on bottled oxygen to supplement their breathing above a certain altitude, typically above Camp 3 (7,000 meters), during the summit push. However, the use of supplemental oxygen does not eliminate all risks associated with high-altitude climbing.

The standard route to the summit of Mount Everest via the Southeast Ridge typically includes four high-altitude camps: Camp 1 (6,000 meters), Camp 2 (6,400 meters), Camp 3 (7,200 meters), and Camp 4 (South Col, 7,950 meters). Climbers establish these camps progressively higher on the mountain during the acclimatization and summit push phases of the expedition.

The success rate of climbing Mount Everest varies from year to year and depends on factors such as weather conditions, route conditions, climbing experience, and individual health and fitness. On average, the overall success rate for climbers attempting to reach the summit of Mount Everest is approximately 60-70%. However, success rates can vary significantly among different expeditions and climbers.

Additional Information

01. Expedition Routes: Mount Everest can be climbed via multiple routes, but the two most popular ones are the South Col route from Nepal and the North Col route from Tibet. The South Col route, also known as the Southeast Ridge, is the most commonly used route and is typically less technically demanding than the North Col route.

02. Altitude Challenges: Climbers face extreme altitude challenges on Mount Everest, with the summit reaching 8,848 meters (29,029 feet) above sea level. Acclimatization is crucial to adjust to the low oxygen levels at high altitude and reduce the risk of altitude sickness.

03. Climbing Sherpas: Sherpas, the indigenous people of the Himalayas, play a crucial role in supporting Mount Everest expeditions. They serve as guides, porters, and support staff, helping climbers carry gear, set up camps, and navigate the mountain safely.

04. Climbing Seasons: The climbing seasons for Mount Everest are primarily in the spring (April-May) and autumn (September-October) when weather conditions are most favorable. The pre-monsoon spring season offers stable weather and clearer skies, while the post-monsoon autumn season provides similar conditions with cooler temperatures.

05. Base Camp Life: Everest Base Camp serves as the starting point for most expeditions, providing a temporary home for climbers and support teams during the climbing season. Base camp life involves acclimatization hikes, rest days, and preparation for the summit push, as well as socializing with fellow climbers and enjoying the stunning surroundings.

06. Oxygen Support: Many climbers rely on supplemental oxygen to aid their ascent above a certain altitude, typically above Camp 3 (7,200 meters). Oxygen bottles are carried and utilized during the summit push to alleviate the effects of hypoxia and increase the chances of reaching the summit safely.

07. High-Altitude Hazards: Mount Everest presents various hazards to climbers, including avalanches, crevasses, icefalls, rockfalls, and high winds. Climbers must navigate these hazards carefully and be prepared to respond to emergencies such as altitude sickness, frostbite, and injuries.

08. Summit Day: Summit day on Mount Everest is a grueling and challenging endeavor, typically starting in the early hours of the morning to maximize daylight hours and minimize exposure to harsh weather conditions. Climbers face steep terrain, icy slopes, and extreme fatigue as they make their final push to the summit.

09. Environmental Impact: Mount Everest faces environmental challenges due to increased human activity, including waste pollution, glacier retreat, and overcrowding. Expedition operators and climbers are increasingly adopting sustainable practices to minimize their environmental footprint and preserve the pristine beauty of the mountain.

10. Personal Achievements: Climbing Mount Everest is a monumental personal achievement for many climbers, representing the culmination of years of training, dedication, and perseverance. Summiting the world's highest peak is a life-changing experience that leaves a lasting impression on climbers and inspires future generations of mountaineers.


Expedition is every night 9-10 hours walk on the snow till to summit and return to Base camp. When we are out of our home we will need many types of equipment. So here are some types of equipment which are very important for those who are going to climb the mountain. The following is the list of the equipment we will suggest for your climbing on the Himalayas.
Warm synthetic/wool hat
Headlamp with 5-6 spare bulbs and pairs of batteries
Baseball cap/sun hat.
Ski Goggles
Glacier glasses
Balaclava. (One heavyweight and another lightweight)
Bandanas (Two – to protect your neck)
Neoprene face mask (Optional)
Medical mask ( A packet, in case of COVID and other cases)
Body Wears,
Expedition down jacket and pants
Waterproof shell jacket and pants
Base Camp down jacket
Softshell climbing pants
Lightweight fleece top and pants
Trekking/glacier shirt
Base layer tops x 3 and leggings x 2
Midweight insulated jacket
Underwear x 5-6 pairs
Trekking clothes (3-4 pairs)
Casual wear
Lightweight insulated pants (Optional)
Windshirt (Optional)
Liner gloves (Two pairs)
Fleece gloves (Two pairs)
Mountaineering gloves with removable liners (2 pairs)
Expedition mitts
Hand warmers and Toe Warmers (3 sets of each)
High-Altitude All-in-One Boot
Light hiking boots or trekking shoes.
Insulated boot for Base Camp
Trekking Socks (three pairs)
Wool or Synthetic Socks (four pairs)
Liner Socks (four pairs)
Lightweight shoes/sandals
Camp Boots
Climbing Equipments,
Ice axe
Climbing harness
Climbing helmet
Belay/rappel device
Locking carabiners (three)
Mechanical ascenders (plus one)
Non-locking carabiners (three)
4m of 8mm cord or 16mm tape for jumar rigging
Long prusik x 1 (6mm prusik cord)
Technical Clothings,
Lightweight Long Underwear (two to three pairs (tops & bottoms))
Heavyweight Long Underwear (one pair)
Lightweight Nylon Pants (two pairs)
Short Sleeve Synthetic Shirt (two pairs)
Insulated Synthetic Pants and jacket
Down Pants
Insulated Synthetic Jacket
Expedition Down Parka
Hard Shell Pants and jacket/hood
Personal Equipments,
Expedition Backpack (90-120 liter)
Sleeping Bag (Expedition quality rated to at least -40°F)
Sleeping Bag for Base camp (Expedition quality rated to at least -20°F)
Self Inflating pads (two or full-length pads)
Closed-cell foam pad
Toiletry bag (Include toilet paper, hand sanitizer, small towel, toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.)
Sunscreen (SPF 40 or better)
Lip screen (SPF 20 or better, at least 2 sticks)
Pee Bottle (One Liter having a large mouth, clearly marked water bottle for use in a tent)
Thermos (Having a liter capacity)
Camera gear (Optional)
Compression stuff Sacks (especially for sleeping bags and clothing)
Trekking Backpack (Fifty to 60 Liter (Optional)
Medicines suggested by your doctor
First Aid box
Small personal first-aid kit
Geology Field Equipment,
Hand-held radio for on-mountain communication
Geologic compass (0-360o, not quadrant)
Hand lens (Bausch & Lomb Hastings Triplet, 7x and 10x) with neck lanyard
Rock sample bags (zip-lock heavy-duty freezer bags)
Plenty of water or hot tea in an insulated bottle; energy snacks
Cell phone
Climbing gear, trekking poles, etc.
Sun-screen, sunglasses/goggles
Mountain Kitchen Equipments,
Cook set
Dishs / bowls
Backpacking stove
Eating utensils
Insulate mug/cup
Small quick dry towel
Biodegradable soap
Collapsible water container
Food & Water,
Water bottle
Hot drinks mix
Water filter/ purifier
Energy food and drink (bar, gel, chews, drink mix, trail mix)
Tools & Repair Items,
Knife or multi-tools
Repairs kit for mattress & stove
Duct tape strips


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