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Everest Base Camp Trek

Mount Everest.

Event details

  • When: various dates
  • Where: Nepal
  • Time: 19 days
  • Registration fee: £499
  • Minimum sponsorship: dependant on fundraising option

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Explore the stunning scenery and culture of Nepal, home to Mount Everest. This trek of a lifetime will take you to the base camp of Mount Everest, the world's highest mountain above sea level.

Your journey will start in the Sherpa capital, Namche Bazaar. You'll then trek across stunning valleys, dense forests, and glacial rivers before reaching your final goal of base camp. You'll also have the opportunity to trek to the summit of Kalapatar, where you'll have incredible views of Mount Everest at sunrise.

Before and after your trek, you'll also have time to explore the colourful capital of Kathmandu.

For more information, view the full challenge event details on the Discovery Adventure website.

Trip dates

  • • 9 - 27 November 2019
  • • 14 March - 1 April 2020

Register now

*link will open a registration page on Discover Adventure.

*link will open a registration page on Discover Adventure.

We'll support you every step of the way

We’ll be there to help you meet your fundraising targets and to make the most out of your fundraising experience.

The challenge package includes:

  • • flights
  • • accommodation
  • • local support crew
  • • support and advice from the St John Ambulance fundraising team and PR team
  • • a certificate showing your fundraising total.

For any questions, please email events@sja.org.uk or call us on 0207 324 4168.


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