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Interesting Facts Of Mount Everest

Monday, 11 October 2021

Interesting Facts Of Mount Everest

Mount Everest is the world's highest mountain of 8848m high from sea level. Highest mountain in the world Mount Everest is situated in the Khumbu Region of Solukhumbu District Nepal. It is a Northeast border of Nepal however, the southern part of China or Tibet meets another side of Mount Everest. It is a large mass of ice and snow-covered mountain where the oxygen level is very low and there is no life due to extreme cold and quick changes in weather.

It is a lifetime dream for every people on the planet to reach the highest point of World Mount Everest but only around 10000 people have to fulfill their dream so far. But due to excessive demands and the dream of many people to go to Everest millions of trekkers all over the world have reached the Base Camp of Mount Everest so far.

Tenzing Norgay Sherpa And Sir Eid Mund Hillary were the first human beings to set the foot on the top of Mount Everest in 1953.29030 ft high are of 60 million world peaks which was the top of the entire planet.

Things You Don't Know About Mount Everest:
1:Mount Everest lies on the Northern border of Nepal which divides Nepal and China.
2:Many Famous places like the World highest Airport, World Highest Hotel, and World highest National Park fall in trekking route to Mount Everest.
3:Mount Everest is locally called Sagarmatha and Tibetian name is Chomolungma which means mother mountain.
4:Mount Everest is named after English Man George Everest who is a Director of survey 1841.
5:The recent Survey conducted by different officials who major, Mount Everest Height, makes the conclusion that Mount Everest is 8848.86m in Height. Mount Everest grows about 20 to 30 cm 10000 years. It means it grow by 20 cm in 100 years.
6:The temperature at the summit of Mount Everest is -35 to -45 degrees all around the year.
7:This tallest mountain in the world is formed 450 million years ago.
8:It is considered a death zone above the fourth camp or above 8000m high as the oxygen level is very low and there is extreme cold so, rescue and helicopters along with GPS devices are limited in such height.
9:Around 300 people died on Mount Everest after the first successful climb in 1953.
10:It costs around USD 40000 to USD 1200000 to Climb Mount Everest. This cost includes USD 11000 to the Nepalese Government,5 sherpa guides, equipment, and porters.
11:Kami Rita Sherpa was the first leaving the man to climb Mount Everest successfully or 25 times.
12:Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa were the first to person to climb Mount Everest successfully in 1953.
13:Junko Tabai(From Foreign Country) and Pasang Lambhu Sherpa(Nepali Climber) were the first women to climb Everest in the 90s.
14:Around 8000 people have reached the peak of Mount Everest so far.
15:The best seasons to reach the peak of Mount Everest is in the month of March, April May, and September October.
16:It takes around 40 days to reach the peak of Mount Everest from Everest Base Camp.
17:There are more than 20 different routes that lead you to the top of Mount Everest.
18:Mount Everest climbers do not hold the highest death rate. It is only about 1.3 percent in Everest but 4 percent in Annapurna.
19:There are other 4 mountains peak around Mount Everest.Which are more than 8000m high from Sea level.Namely Cho Oyu(8153m),Lhotse(8501),Makalu(8463m) and Lhotse Shar(8393m).
20:In May 2012, 234 travelers when to Mount Everest climbing which make traffic Jam but four died while returning.
You need to climb the 7000m peaks before climb Mount Everest.

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