Everest Climate Trek 2017

Posted on 10 Apr 2017 in Tourism by Manisha

Climate Trek 2017 will be a two-week journey where the trekker will witness first hand experience of climate change in the Khumbu region and observe how communities are being impacted and how they are adapting to these changes. Climate Trek 2016 will have trekkers from all over the world ranging from activist to researchers.

Experienced team from story cycle, Digo Bikas Institute and Climax Adventure will accompany the trekkers. The trekkers will share their stories and observation in different platform provided by the organizing team.  

Travel Plan

Day 1 : Oct 3 - Briefing about the Climate Trek (1450 M)

Day 2:  Oct 4 - Fly to Lukla and Trek to Phakding (Lukla 2800 M , Phakding 2600 M)

Day 3:  Oct 5 - Phakding to Namche (3400 M)

Day 4 : Oct 6 - Trek to Phungi Thanga (3500 M)

Day 5 : Oct 7 - Trek to Pangboche (3800 M)

Day 6 : Oct 8 - Trek to Dingaboche ( 4300 M)

Day 7 : Oct 9 - Dingboche to Chhukung  (4600 M)

Day 8 : Oct 10 - Trek to  Imja Lake Via Chukhung ( 4800 M)

Day 9 : Oct 11 - Trek to Lobuche Via Dhukla (5000 M)

Day 10 : Oct 12 - Trek to GorakShep to Everest Base Camp (GorakShep5100 M, EBC 5364 M)

Day 11 : Oct 13 - Climb to Kalaphattar and Trek to Pheriche (KalaPhattar 5600 M, Pheriche 4250M)

Day 12 : Oct 14 - Trek to Namche(3440 M)

Day 13 : Oct 15 - Trek to Phakding(2600 M)

Day 14 : Oct 16 - Trek to Lukla(2800M)

Day 15 : Oct 17 -  Fly Back to Kathmandu 

 

COST:

Foreigners:         2600 USD

South Asian:       1600 USD

Nepali:                 90,000 NPR

COST INCLUDES:

Climate Expert team member

 Airport pickup and drop

 Vehicle arrangement for Sightseeing in Kathmandu and Lalitpur

Return flight from Kathmandu to Lukla

Twin Share accommodation, breakfast, Lunch and dinner in 3 star hotel for 3 days in Kathmandu

Twin Share accommodation, breakfast, Lunch and dinner in tourist standard hotel during Everest Climate trek

Experienced tour leader, who was part of eco- Everest expedition and Everest base camp Government of Nepal, Cabinet meeting

Local English Speaking guide

 All entrance fees and national park permits as per itinerary and trekking information management system (TIMS)

 Porters (one porter between two)

 Water on trekking days

Register Here

Our Team 

Climate Trek 2017 will be a two-week journey where the trekker will witness first hand experience of climate change in the Khumbu region and observe how communities are being impacted and how they are adapting to these changes. Climate Trek 2016 will have trekkers from all over the world ranging from activist to researchers.

Experienced team from story cycle, Digo Bikas Institute and Climax Adventure will accompany the trekkers. The trekkers will share their stories and observation in different platform provided by the organizing team.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Who should join the Everest Climate Trek 2016

Anyone who is passionate or interested about climate change issues and interested to trek in the Himalayas can join the trek.

If you are interested to have first hand experience on climate change, know more on how are communities in the Khumbu region being impacted and how are communities adapting to climate change, than this is the life time opportunity for you.

During this trip we will meet and interact with local communities, see glacier and glacier lakes, see the majestic view of the Everest and the Himalayan mountain range.

       2. What is not included in the cost

·      Return flight to country of origin to Kathmandu

·      Battery Charge

·      Hot Shower*

·      Personal expenses ( internet, alcohol, cold drinks and water)

·      Phone calls

·      Laundry services

·      Personal insurance

·      Tips to guides and porters

·      Everest mountain flight

3. How difficult is the trek?

Trek to Everest base camp and Imja glacier is ranked 5/5 ( challenging). Everest Climate trek is physically challenging, you need to be fit and train weeks before starting the trek. Our team will share the details on training once you confirm your participation for the trek.

4. Where do I register?

For registration please click on this link : 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfJuOGo33m-qr1QfLpb-B0_nGnTBAe7_R_HONResLlzV_IapQ/viewform?usp=sf_link  

5. What does the typical day during ECT will be?

Every day during the trek we will interact with the local communities and visit different places like meteorological station, eco-clubs, renewable energy facilitated center.

6.Who should I contact for further information regarding ECT-2016.

For more information regarding Everest Climate Trek please email at: storycycle@gmail.com 

7.  Does the organizing team have previous experience of organizing similar kind of event. ?

Climax Adventure team have organized and led numerous to Everest region and also lead the Eco- Everest Expedition and Government of Nepal cabinet meeting at Everest Base camp ahead of the Copenhagen climate Conference.

In 2015, Story Cycle, worked with Google and the Apa Sherpa Foundation to  improve the digital map of Khumbu region, collected 360-panoramic images and overlay them with the stories of the Sherpa people as part of a cultural mapping project.

http://www.google.com/maps/about/behind-the-scenes/streetview/treks/khumbu/

8. I have made a payment but have to cancel due to unforeseen circumstances, will I refunded?

You need to communicate with the organizing team members and after reviewing the cost organizing will refund the cost except the registration fee.

 

Contact Details :

Nepal 
StoryCycle 
Samudayeek Marga, House No. 338, 
Tinkune, Kathmandu, Nepal. 
Phone: 977-01-5104030
storycycle@gmail.com