276227115 60f3439538 z How to acclimatize us up on the trek to Everest Base Camp?

October part in the first expedition of autumn trek to Everest Base Camp and one of our main obsessions is that this adventure trip to Nepal Expect all the guarantees of success and is done in the safest way.

In this regard, special emphasis is altitude acclimatization, because in many places will be walking trekking above 5,000 meters above sea levels.

To acclimatize to altitudes of the Himalayas always do a progressive and responsible ascension. The objective is to facilitate walkers being as comfortable as possible with the environment and with their bodies. Have good feelings.

Altitude sickness

Up too quickly cause serious medical problems, and even death. The higher we go, the less oxygen in the air. Obviously if things are done well, we will have no problem.

For example, on top of Kala Pattar (5.545m) or Everest base (5.357m) field, there is 50% less oxygen than at sea level.

In this sense, the human body needs many days to adapt to these changes and therefore it is essential to leave sufficient time for optimal acclimatization.

serious and responsible planning

The altitude acclimatization trek to the Everest Base Camp is essential, therefore, to reduce the risk of altitude sickness, a serious and responsible planning is needed.

That’s why we follow the itinerary is designed to allow all participants to successfully reach the Everest base camp, even without headaches.

Our trek to Everest Base Camp lasts 13 days, 9 of which were spent climbing. We like to do things slowly but surely and that daily practice safe ascent, strictly following the recommendations of the Himalayan Rescue Association Nepal.


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