Everest Base Camp Trekking Gear List
You can expect plenty of prayer wheels, swinging bridges, huge...
You can expect plenty of prayer wheels, swinging bridges, huge mountain views Treks and meeting with plenty of like-minded people along the way with excited, if tired, climbers with plenty of stories to tell and the conversation as welcome as the food.
Most trekkers actually Trek to the Kalapathar above Base Camp, not only so as not to cluster Base Camp, but also to reach the top of something at the end of the hike and reap the rewards of a stunning view of Mount Everest. The Kalapathar Peak (Height) is 5545m.
Mounteering Equipments for the trek to Everest base camp?
The same as any climb or trek you’ve been on before – the key is to take as little as you possibly can, while still making sure that you’ve got all of the essentials Gear list or Types of equipment for your Annapurna Circuit Trek, Kanchenjunga Trekking, Namche Bazaar View Trek, Ghorepani Poon Hill Trekking, hiking, while Peak Climbing as well as Everest Base camp Trek Itinerary
The average trekker heading up to the South Everest Base Camp will take a backpack that weighs between 10 and 15 kg.
You should definitely take:
A fleece jacket
A down jacket
A rain jacket
Thermals (including underwear)
Synthetic t-shirts that wick away sweat (or merino wool)
A jumper or fleece
Any other shoes for the evening
A sleeping bag (rated to -20 Celsius)
First aid kit including medication for infections
You should not take:
A 1-liter tub of Tresemme your porter has to carry
Seven pairs of jeans
A ball gown
A Yeti costume
A cardboard cut-out of Bruce Forsyth