Mount Everest 8848m


Mount Everest North Side Expedition is one of our major regular expeditions – obviously the most popular one. We have been regularly organizing and successfully executing Everest expedition from the Tibetan side for over a decade and we are one of the few foreign expedition operators recognized by the China Tibet Mountaineering Association.

Our Everest North Side Expedition takes place every spring season – April to May. And we start it from our base in Kathmandu. Our group meets up here in the capital and after completing visa documentation we fly to Lhasa, the capital city of Tibet Autonomous Region. Keeping in mind the acclimatization schedule we take time exploring the Tibetan culture and landscape and slowly proceed towards the Everest Base Camp.

On the Tibet side, we set up three base camps: the main camp at 5200, also known as the Chinese Base Camp, Intermediate Camp at 5800m and the Advance Base Camp at 6400m. Each of these camps are well equipped to provide comfort and quality service to our expedition members. While some of our expedition sherpas set up the three high camp : Camp1 at 7000m, Camp 2 at 7700m and Camp 3 at 8300 our expedition members complete at least two rounds of acclimatization schedule between Camp 1 and the Base Camp. Then as the ropes are fixed until the summit we are ready to make the summit attempt. By the end of May , as we wrap up the expedition we return by road via Kyirong.

There is a before and after an expedition to Mount Everest. This came to change my whole life.

Robin Trygg


I´ve summited Mount Everest 17 times and the north route is the one I prefer. I will follow you and help you to the summit.
Chhiring dorje Sherpa


Date and price 

This expedition is available during the spring when the weather conditions are most favorable. Prices are subject to currency exchange rates and prevailing conditions. For current pricing, please contact us using the form provided below.

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Day 1

Arrival in kathmandu and transfer to hotel

Your arrival in Kathmandu marks the start of our expedition. We will receive you at Tribhuvan International Airport and transfer you to your hotel. Then you have free time to refresh. We meet up again in the evening for a welcome dinner and an introduction with the remaining expedition members.

Day 2-4

In Kathmandu for Tibet/China visa processing

In the morning, on the second day, we will pick up your passports and submit them at the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu for Tibet visa application, which takes three working days to process. While we wait for our visas we utilize this time visiting cultural heritage sites around Kathmandu; also we do a thorough check of your personal climbing gears and purchase/rent if required.

Day 5

Flight to Lhasa

Our entry point in Tibet is usually the Lhasa city. We take a direct flight from Kathmandu to the Lhasa Gongar Airport and drive to Lhasa city.  Lhasa is the capital city of the Tibet Autonomous Region of Tibet, China and it is famous for the Potala Palace and big monastic institutions.

Day 6

In Lhasa to acclimatize and explore

We stay one day more at Lhasa as part of acclimatization and utilize the time by exploring Lhasa – visiting the famous Potala Palace,  the Jokhang Temple and the Barkhor Street.

Day 7

Drive to Shigatse

After spending two days in Lhasa, exploring the Tibetan cultural heritage sites, and the bustling new modern developments, we head southwest towards the second-largest city in Tibet – Shigatse. The road trip between Lhasa and Shigatse offers some amazing scenery of any road in the world. Before arriving in Shigatse we cross over a 5000m. pass called Karo La Pass.

Shigatse means ‘ the fertile land’ in the local Tibetan language. And as the name goes by it covers one of the major cultivable lands across Tibet.

Day 8

Drive to Xegar

Shigatse is also known for one of the most important monasteries in Tibet –  the Tashi Lunpu Monastery, the seat of the Panchen Lama, who is believed to be the second-highest incarnation after the Dalai Lama. So, we visit the monastery in the morning before heading towards Xegar.

Xegar is a newly developed small town area, with better accomodation compared to Tingri.

Day 9

In Xegar for acclimatization

We spend one more day at Xegar. To acclimatize we hike to a nearby high point and descend back.

Day 10

Drive to Everest Base Camp

Today we drive from Xegar to Everest Base Camp. We pass by Tingri on the way.

Day 11-15

At Everest Base Camp

We spend a few days at our main base camp to acclimatize and make finish preparation for further camps – transferring logistics by yaks and setting up the intermediate and advance base camps. Also, we conduct the puja ceremony before moving ahead.

Day 16

Trek to Intermediate Camp

Day 17

Trek to Advance Base Camp

Day 18-23

At ABC – Acclimatize and first rotational climb to North Col

The Advance Base Camp is the second base for the Northside expedition. During these few days at ABC, we acclimatize and make our first climbing rotation to North Col.

Dag 24-28

At Everest Base Camp

After our first rotation up to ABC and North Col we descend back to Everest Base Camp and stay few days for rest. Meantime, our Sherpa team establish Camp2.

Dag 29-35

Second Rotation of Climbing

After few days of rest at EBC we begin second rotation of climbing. Moving gradually to Interim Camp, ABC and North Col we climb up to Camp2 and descend back to ABC.

Dag 36-40

At Everest Base Camp

After completing our second rotational climb up to Camp 2, we descend to Everest Base Camp for rest and prepare for the summit climbing attempt. Meantime, our Sherpa team establish Camp 3, also called the last camp.

Day 41-52

Summit Attempt

While we rest and prepare for the summit attempt, the rope fixing team completes their task; and based on the best weather window we launch our Summit climb.

  • Summit Attempt Day 1: Move to Interim Camp
  • Summit Attempt Day 2&3: Move to ABC
  • Summit Attempt Day 4: Climb to North Col
  • Summit  Attempt Day 5: Climb to Camp 2
  • Summit Attempt Day 6: Climb to Camp 3
  • Summit Attempt Day 7: Summit and descend to North Col
  • Summit Attempt Day 8: Descend to ABC
  •  Day 9: Trek back to Everest Base Camp

Day 53-54

Everest Base Camp

At Everest Base Camp for rest and wrapping up our expedition camp; report our climbing details to the liaison officer and receive a summit certificate.

Day 55

Drive to Kyirong

We exit Tibet by road from Kyirong.

Day 56

Cross Tibet-Nepal border and drive to Kathmandu

In the morning we take a short drive up to China-Nepal border at Kyirong and arrive in Timure, Nepal. Then we take a jeep all the way back to Kathmandu.

Day 57

In Katmandu: free day

Free day in Kathmandu for rest and recovery. We meet up in the evening for a farewell dinner and celebrate our expedition.

Day 58

Transfer to airport for international departure

Transfer to the airport in Kathmandu around 2-3 hours before your scheduled departure.

Björn Lindwall

Björn Lindwall

Entrepreneur - summited Everest May 18th 2018

Chhiring Dorje Sherpa and Robin Trygg have been invaluable in my quest to reach the top of the world. With their assistance, I realized my dream and stood on the world’s highest peak!

Erik Åkerberg

Erik Åkerberg

Broker - summited Everest May 21th 2017

I stood on the summit of Mount Everest in the spring of 2017, and it was an incredible experience. I highly recommend Trygga Resor, who provided me with the right conditions to succeed. They took care of logistics, administration, and planning, which was incredibly valuable. Thank you!

Annelie Pompe

Annelie Pompe

Adventurer - summited Everest May 24th 2011

Chhiring is someone you always want by your side when climbing the world’s highest mountains. With his knowledge and inspiring personality, we had an unforgettable journey to the top of Mount Everest.

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