Well, if you mean to hike to Everestbase camp it is very economical. I did it with a guide and it cost me $450 not including getting to Nepal. But I met several people that did it without a guide (which if I had it to do again I would go on my own) and then you just pay the part fees which are maybe alittle over a hundred dollars. Now if you are refering to climbing the actually peak that is a very costly affair because it requires licensing and certifications where you must have climbed comperable peaks as well as equipment rental and personnel. Not to mention an average of 17 people die every year trying to climb it. Below is the trekking company I used which were very friendly (I still keep in touch with them now and then) and honest. Good luck and happy hiking!
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