Island Peak and Everest Basecamp 2017

Difficulty : 2/5
Fitness : 2/5

Duration : 24 Days

Altitude 6128m

Island Peak, or Imja Se is an ideal introductory high altitude peak for those who have either some or limited experience at altitude above 4000m. The peak itself is reasonably non-technical and whilst prior experience of the use of crampons and ice axe is ideal it is not mandatory.

The hardest part of climbing Island peak (if this is your first time to altitude) is actually in understanding your body’s adaptation to the process of acclimatisation and ensuring you take a slow approach to the peak.

After our summit of island peak we will continue up to visit Everest Basecamp where you will get outstanding views of Everest / Nuptse / Pumori and the Khumbu Valley.  Having completed island peak we will be able to take out time trekking to basecamp and be fully acclimatised.

Duration : 24 days

Meeting   : Kathmandu

Dates        : 29th March to 21st April 2017

Price         : $4150  USD (min 4 members)

Our Expedition notes contain a full outline of the expedition, itineary and equipment lists.

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2nd April Kathmandu arrival Transfer to Hotel
3rd April Kathmandu Prep  
4th April Fly to Lukla – trek to Phakding Trek 2696m
5th April Phakding to Namche - Trek 3440m
6th April Explore near Namche – climb to 3700m Acclimatise 3700m
7th April Trek to Tengboche Trek 3900m
8th April Trek to Dingboche Trek 4410m
9th April Rest Dingboche Acclimatise 4410m
10th April Trek to Chukung Trek 4750m
11th April Acclimatise Chukung – Chukung Ri Acclimatise 5150m
12th April Basecamp – Prep Trek 5150m
13th April High Camp Climb 5550m
14th April Summit

Return to BC or Chukung

Climb Descend 6128 M -


15th April Trek to Dingboche / Pheriche Trek 4410m
16th April Rest / Spare for WX Rest / spare 4410m
17th April Trek to Lobuje East BC Trek 4940m
18th April Load Carry to HC / Rest Climb 5164m
19th April High Camp Climb 5550m
20th April Summit
Return to BC
21st April Rivendell trek 3800m
22nd April Namche trek 3400m
23rd April Lukla Trek 2800m
24th April Fly to Kathmandu Fly 1500m
25th April Kathmandu Sight Seeing / Cleaning
26th April Depart or Spare / Weather Day Spare Day
27th April Spare / Weather Day Spare Day

Expedition Services


  • Airport transfer from Kathmandu airport
  • 4 nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu – breakfast
  • Flights to and from
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner whilst on the trek at base camps and on Mountain.
  • Accommodation provided whilst on trek and at base camp as either tent (twin share unless requested) or tea house.
  • Park entry fees and peak fees
  • Yak and porter fees
  • Portable Altitude Chamber
  • Expedition staff (Nepali) wages and insurance
  • Tents
  • Fixed lines
  • Sherpa support
  • Group first aid kit
  • All high-altitude mountain food (dehydrated or ready meals)
  • High camp stoves and fuel
  • Group climbing equipment (snow stakes, ice screws, climbing rope )

Not included:

  • Airfares to and from Nepal
  • Personal travel, accident and rescue
  • Nepal visa entry
  • Tips for expedition staff – it is customary in Nepal to give tips to all staff at the end of the expedition. You should allow for around $200 USD for
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
  • Personal climbing equipment and all other items of personal nature including sleeping bag (s) and thermarest. Please read the equipment list thoroughly

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High Altitude Expedition - based in the Khumbu Valley
Island Peak rises to 6128m
24 Days
Minimum 4 Pax
Minimum Team size is 4 People Maximum Team size is 8 People
4150 USD / Person.
Based on a minimum of 4 people
Difficulty for this tour
Lhotse 2011