8K Expeditions 2022 Spring Update
Apr 15, 2022

8K Expeditions 2022 Spring Update

8K Spring Expeditions updates:

8K welcomes everyone to Nepal this spring season 2022. We are all geared up for the upcoming big adventures to some of the 8000m peaks in Nepal. With the ease of border measures in Nepal, more travelers are slowly entering Nepal for tourism after the long 2years of Covid19 pandemic which affected the whole Tourism Industry in Nepal and around the world. We look forward to seeing more travelers coming to Nepal from here on. 
Based on the Department of Tourism Nepal there are a total of 250 permits issued for Mt. Sagarmatha (Everest) 8848.86m and a total of 869 permits issued in total with regards to other various peaks like Mt. Annapurna, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Kanchenjunga etc. as of 13 April 2022. There are also 5 Female and 9 Male Sherpa attending the Mt. Sagarmatha (Everest) 8848.86m this season. Best wishes ahead to all the climbers may this season lead a safe and successful summit to everyone.

There  are total of 250 permits have been issued for Mt. Sagarmatha (Everest) 8848.86m and 81 permits for Mt. Lhotse 8516 m by the Department of Tourism Nepal as of 13 April 2022. With our 8K team we have 15 climbers for Everest and 10 climbers for Lhotse.

Kangchenjunga (8586m) the third highest mountain in the world we have 1 client with 3 climbing sherpa
Dhaulagiri (8167m) 2 climbers are on at Camp 3
Annapurna 1 (8091m) 6 climbers and 9 sherpas
Makalu (8463m) 2 climbers and 5 sherpas are on the way to Basecamp.
Ama Dablam (6814m) The rope fixing team has reached the summit. 3 climbers have summited the peak.

Lobuche (6119m) 5 Climbers on way to summit
Mera Peak (6476m) 9 Climbers 
Island Peak (6160m) 19 climbers have summited so far this season with 8K, and 11 climbers are on way to summit
Baruntse (7126m) 19 Climber and 1to1 Sherpa are ways to ascend the peak