Now this is what I call being on “top of the world!”
Sometimes, nature is what we’ve all got in the end. No matter how many skyscrapers you see in your city, you get attracted to the little trees that surround them. Nature is beautiful because it is you and you are part of it.
Mount Everest is a major part of nature. When you visit this location, you feel like you are climbing the breasts of Mother Earth. Reaching on top of this mountain is not an easy thing and I don’t expect you or your friends to do it, without a professional training of mountaineering. Yet, there are other things to see at this location.
About Mount Everest:
I think we all know that Mount Everest is the highest mountain on Earth. It is situated in Mahalangur, which is a section of the famous Himalayas. Talking of its peak above the sea level, it reaches to sky with its 8,848 meters height.
Many professional hikers and trekkers are attracted to this mountain since it is more like a challenge for them. There are two routes to begin the climbing activity with. While one approaches the summit from Nepal, the other approaches the summit from Tibet. None of the routes are easy and both of them require immense strength and immunity for the hiker to climb.
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Did you know?
There’s a zone at the higher regions of this location, which is known as the Death Zone, since most of the hikers go through survival challenges here.
Star attraction of this location:
Nothing more than snow covered mountains, yet a strange attraction for all the mountaineers, is what this place is all about!
The Top three reasons to visit Mount Everest
• It is perhaps the greatest challenge for the professional trekkers and mountaineers • There are only a few people who have visited the top surface of the mountain and you can surely be one of them, if you are trained enough and have the zeal for the same
• There are many base camps that you get to see at this location, which means that you are not alone with your troop, who wishes to climb the Everest!