Challenges don’t come bigger than this.
Step up, push yourself, and take part in one of the biggest undertakings we have ever attempted at Human Appeal. The Everest Basecamp Challenge is at the very pinnacle of human accomplishments, an achievement you will be talking about for the rest of your life.
We need 20 diehard volunteers to hike through the Himalayas to Mount Everest Base Camp, standing in the shadow of the world’s tallest mountain to raise money for our Tharparkar Solar Water Village.
The trek at a glance
Place are limited so sign up today.Register your interest
This will be the trip of a lifetime. You’ll cover a total of 130km roundtrip, reach heights of over 5300m and see some of the most stunning scenery in the entire world.
The trek begins in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal where you will acclimatise to being higher than you’ve ever been before. From here we fly to Lukla before beginning the trek up into the mountain range. You’ll head to the trading town of Namche Bazaar, take in incredible views of Everest before joining the trail that leads up to Everest base camp.
What’s included in the package and registration fee?
Why trek with Human Appeal?
We’re veterans at this sort of thing. As part of Human Appeal Family you will receive the absolute best care and guidance. Our qualified and experienced guides will take you via a safe and supported route to the summit with checkpoints and first aid cover. There will also be a dedicated support team to advise and help you reach your sponsorship target, as well as a second team to help with training and gear advice.
We’ll be in touch in the lead up to your trek with plans, FAQs and anything you need to know about your event and the safety measures in place. If your trek is cancelled or postponed in 2022, we will give you the option to defer your place to a future suitable date.
Tough enough to trek to the top of the world? We need 20 volunteers for our Everest Base Camp Challenge to raise funds for the Tharparkar Solar Water Village. Limited places!
30% of households in Pakistan access water from unsafe sources, particularly in drought hit areas. Thousands of children die each year and many more suffer from water borne diseases. The Pakistani government estimates nearly 5 million people were affected by the recent drought
That’s why we’re raising £35,000 for a solar water village in Tharparkar. Nearly a thousand people from a hundred different households will have improved access to clean drinking water. We’ll also help install solar lights, construct latrines and improve security by training people on climate resilient agriculture and livestock techniques.Register your interest
Challenges don’t come bigger than this. We need 20 diehard volunteers for our Everest Base Camp Challenge to raise funds for the Tharparkar Solar Water Village. Limited places!