Mt. Everest (8,848.86m)

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Mt. Everest

Mt. Everest (8,848.86m)



60-70 Days







About The Expedition

Mt. Everest is the highest peak in the world, standing at an incredible 8,848 meters above sea level. Climbing Everest is one of the most challenging and rewarding experiences a mountaineer can have. The climb requires excellent physical fitness, mental toughness, and technical climbing skills.

The expedition to Everest usually takes around 60-70 days, including acclimatization and rest days. The climb starts in the beautiful city of Kathmandu, where climbers prepare and finalize their gear and supplies. The journey then continues with a flight to Lukla, followed by a trek to the base camp, located at the foot of the Khumbu Icefall.

The climb to the summit is divided into several stages, each of which presents its own unique challenges. The first stage is the ascent to the Khumbu Icefall, which is one of the most treacherous sections of the climb. The icefall is constantly shifting and breaking, creating huge crevasses and ice towers. Climbers must navigate through this section quickly and safely to avoid the risk of falling or getting trapped.

The next stages include the ascent through the Western Cwm, the Lhotse Face, and the South Col, which require technical climbing skills and endurance. The final push to the summit involves a climb up the Southeast Ridge, which leads to the Hillary Step, a steep rock face just below the summit.

The climb to the summit is not without its dangers, including altitude sickness, frostbite, and avalanches. Climbers must be prepared to face these risks and have a reliable support team and experienced guides.

Despite the challenges, climbing Mt. Everest is an incredibly rewarding experience. The views from the summit are breathtaking, and the sense of accomplishment from summiting the highest peak in the world is unparalleled.

In conclusion, climbing Mt. Everest is a challenging and technical climb that requires climbers to have excellent physical fitness, mental toughness, and technical climbing skills. The climb is an unforgettable experience that offers stunning views and a sense of accomplishment that lasts a lifetime.

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I’m the Regional Director (Asia-Pacific) and Vice President (Global Partnerships) at Seedstars. I lead multi-stakeholder partnerships to support entrepreneurs and impact people’s lives in emerging markets through technology and entrepreneurship.