Everest Base Camp Trek 2017

Friday 10 November 2017, Mount Everest, Nepal

Conquer Mount Everest in the ultimate charity Challenge!

Eight of the world’s 14 giants meet in the Nepalese Himalayas, including the greatest of them all: Mt. Everest standing at a formidable 8,848m.

 


Beginning in Lukla, we follow in the footsteps of the Sherpa on this epic quest trekking at high altitude. You will take in the overwhelming panoramic views of deep gorges and glaciers whilst sampling traditional Sherpa hospitality along the way.

 


Cross numerous rivers along the way until we reach the highest point at Kalapathar (5,545m). Take in the astonishing array of peaks and glaciers below, before celebrating in the Nepal’s mystical capital city of Kathmandu.

 

To book your place and find out more about this once in a lifetime experience please visit the Charity Challenge website. 

 

 

 

Location

Venue

Mount Everest,

Nepal

Event Essentials

General Information Event starts from: Nov 10, 2017 to Nov 27, 2017 Contact number: 01332 22 1641 Course detail:
Trekking at altitudes of up to almost 6000m until you reach the Mount Everest Base Camp

Your Entry

Self funder

 

Pay a registration fee of £495.00 when you book.

Then a balance of £2,034.00
(8 weeks before your challenge).

Raise as much as you can for your nominated charity.

 

Minimum sponsorship option

Registration fee of £495.00 when you book.

Raise a minimum of £4,150.00 for your nominated charity.

 

 

Event registration

To book your place on this once of a lifetime experience please visit the Charity Challenge website or contact the MHA Fundraising Team on events@mha.org.uk or by calling 01332 22 1641.

 

If you are unable to take part in this challenge alternative dates are available in 2018

 

This event is organised Charity Challenge - to view full details of this challenge or apply online please visit www.charitychallenge.com

For more information about this event please contact the Fundraising Team by calling 01332 22 1641 or email events@mha.org.uk

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