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Here is what Bob says:

Thanks for your response and I want to further congratulate you on the quality experience I had with your Summit Climb organization.  I also am impressed with the humanitarian effort you put forth as well.
 
As I have mentioned to others " it was not ALL about the Mountain but about people as well".  The wonderful opportunity to meet quality professional guides with many experiences to share along with competent and caring support from individuals like your staff at the office and in addition, hard work from other support staff including the Sherpa's made for an exceptional personal experience.  It was another plus to have been a part of a great group of climbers that seemed to bond and were willing to share their personal experiences that really cut to the heart soon after meeting each other and I am confident that many of us will continue keeping in contact with each other in the future.
 
I am so fortunate to go on this Trek as I grew up on a farm without mountain climbing experience or world travel. 
 
Thanks again!
 
Bob

Here is what Tom says:
 
Overall, the trip was a great experience and I wasn't disappointed.  It was a great overall experience; everything seemed to be organized well and people were helpful.  The timing of two days or so at each end in Nepal was good.
 
Office, leaders, staff:  Outstanding.  The office staff were great in Kathmandu - very helpful and well-organized.  The leader was a terrific trek leader and if I were to return to Nepal or Tibet for additional trekking, I'd want to go with him.

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  • Trek advanced base camp-ABC on "Golden Highway". High altitude trekking, good snow-free trails.
  • The views of Everest from the Tibet Base Camp trek are the best in the world, better than Nepal.
  • Full service includes: airport transfers, hotels, Kathmandu city tour, drive to basecamp (bc), yaks to advanced basecamp (abc), good food on trek, in bc, and abc, trekking guide, tents, radios, satphones, etc.
  • Leader: Scott Patch , friendly Everest walking expert: 3 base camp treks. 2 Everest expeditions.
  • Full Service Cost: $3850, £2350, €2950. GBP & EUR conversions as of {19-Jul-13}.
  • Dates: 7 to 26 April 2015 or 21 April to 10 May 2015. 20 Days in Tibet & Nepal.
  • Average group size 5. Our last trek all 5 members reached basecamp.
  • Drive to basecamp experiencing the unique culture of the Tibetan Plateau.
  • Witness an Everest climbing expedition firsthand.
  • Trek to ABC on the "Golden Highway", great high altitude trekking on good snow-free trails.
  • Add an exotic and historical trip to the ancient Tibetan city of Lhasa. Optional trip to Lhasa, add $2450.
  • We are available to help you buy & rent - hire inexpensive trekking gear, equipment, clothing, & boots.
  • Completing this qualifies you for North Col, Everest Training, Island Peak, Elbrus, Glacier School, Mera.
  • Not ready for Everest Base Camp? Try our Service Trek. Lower altitude and fewer days.
  • Looking for a different style of trek? Try our EBC Nepal Trek or Remote Nepal Service Trek.
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  • A) How do I join and prepare for this trip?
  • B) Who are the leaders, sherpas, and staff?
  • C) Who are the members?
  • D) What the cost includes.
  • E) Details of the itinerary, route, and weather.
  • F) What qualifications, experience, fitness, & training do I need?
  • G) Personal & team equipment and what I need to bring.
  • H) Flying from home country, welcome to Kathmandu.
  • 1 What is the best way to purchase my international air ticket?
    2 What day do I need to arrive and what day may I leave the expedition?
    3 Should I fly to Kathmandu, Nepal or Lhasa, Tibet?
    4 Will someone be there to meet me at the airport?
    5 Will my hotel be booked in advance & will someone take me to my hotel?
    6 Must I pay for my hotels & meals in Kathmandu?
    7 Will there be a day of orientation in Kathmandu, to meet the members, leaders, & check my equipment?
    8 Bringing equipment and supplies as checked luggage on my international flight.
    9 How do I ship extra cargo from my home country?
    10 Will there be time to hire-rent-purchase my equipment, boots, and clothing in Kathmandu?
    11 How much are the prices for boots, clothing, shoes, mattresses, and climbing equipment in Kathmandu?
    12 Do you provide secure facilities to store my excess baggage & valuables in Kathmandu?
    13 Packing my bags in Kathmandu which I will take with me to basecamp.
    14 Can I use my credit, bank, cash, ATM card in Nepal and/or Tibet?
    15 How shall I organize my visa?
    16 Is it possible to stay in Everest Basecamp for extra days with friends, family, or colleagues who are climbing Everest?
  • I) Insurance and safety.
  • J) Where do we stay and what shall we eat?
  • K) Communications and electronics for Everest Basecamp Trek Tibet.
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