Distance from Everest base camp to summit & EBC to summit time
Here I am going to make clear for all interested “how long does it take from Everest base camp to reach summit” from the two popular base camps on opposite sides of Mount Everest. Climbing distance from south Everest base camp to summit is 20 kilometers or 12.5 miles Nepal side. The distance from North Everest base camp to summit is 36.5 kilometers or 22 miles Tibet side. Apart from the two main routes mentioned above, Everest could be climbed from other routes as well. Main base camp of Everest summit situated at 5335 m and high camps are located at height of 6,100 m, 6,500 m, 7,400 m and 8,000 m and of course the summit, at 8848m.
What is the distance from Everest base camp to summit?
Total expedition duration is 7 to 9 weeks, first week spent to reach the base camp. Another 3 to 4 weeks spent to going up and down or camp to camp for preparation and to establish camps including food, fuel and oxygen. It takes 4 to 6 hours to reach the summit of Mount Everest from camp 4. Average time frame after arrival to base camp to reach the Everest south summit is 40 to 45 days. This figure make you clear why does it take so long to climb Mount Everest.
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How hard is it to climb Mount Everest?
Climbing high mountain is always extremely tough task there are many people have died trying to climb Mount Everest each year. Everest base camp trek Nepal side is the most popular trip in Khumbu area for all levels of travelers.
Can a novice climb Mount Everest
It is impossible to climb Mount Everest with no experience, at least climbers’ must know how to climb ice and rock and uses of summit equipment’s and gears.
Mainly the Mount Everest base camp to summit times depends on your stamina and weather condition. It requires 1 day to several weeks. Each guided climbing requires eight to fifteen climbers with an equal number of support staff. I think you are clear about distance from Everest base camp to summit. If you interested to climb the highest peak Mount Everest, we organize guided climbing trip according to your desire write us.