- Climbing the Highest Mountain in the World
- Clean the Highest Mountain in the World
- Run from the Highest Mountain in the World
- 360 view of mountain
- Have special Khumbu experience
Multi Mount Everest is a special program for extreme adventurers having opportunities to do Multi-Adventure activities at the world’s highest peak, Mt. Everest (8,848m). The trip starts with a scenic flight to Lukla, which is regarded as one of the world’s most dangerous airports. The trek continues from Lukla passing through Sherpa Capital of Namche Bazaar (3,440m) and other popular Sherpa villages – Thyangboche (3,867m), Dingboche (4,260m), Lobuche (4,930m) and Gorakshep (5,100m) enjoying the Sherpa Culture with magnificent views to finally reach the base camp of Mount Everest. The program allows ample time to get acclimatized before reaching the base camp.
After spending numbers of days at Base Camp and routine climbing up and descending down from various camps to acclimatize our body into the “Thin Air”, finally when we get a good weather window, its time to push for the summit. Summiting Mount Everest is a test of endurance, determination, and patience. Safety will be the main priority on our climbing adventure.
After the successful Summit achievement, we descend down and on our way back, we will bring back the trashes / garbage that we produced during our stay at the mountain and try to bring the trashes left by other team members to base camp to help support to keep the mother nature clean.
Finally its time for the final adventure – starting our race from Khumbu Icefall area at Everest Base Camp passing through the Sherpa villages to finally finish at Namche Bazaar to conclude the extraordinary grand adventure following the footstep of Tenzing Norgay and Sir Edmund Hillary.
Where is Mount Everest?
The highest mountain in the world is situated at the border between Nepal and Tibet. Mount Everest is located in the Mahalangur Range which is stretched 2,500 km long. It is accompanied by some of the world’s highest mountains from India, Pakistan, China, and Tibet.
Since the Everest lies between Nepal and Tibet, it is possible to climb the peak from both sides. In Nepal, the south side, Everest is located in Sagarmatha National Park in Solukhumbu district and in Tibet, the north side, it is located in the Xigaze region at Tingri County. However, the southern base camp is more famous due to the political restrictions and accessibility.
The height of Mount Everest?
The height of Mount Everest has always been a topic of controversy. Despite the widely recognized elevation, 8,848m (29,029 ft) above sea level, has been officially accepted by both Nepal and Tibet, many geologists have shared their disagreement. The dispute on what should and what should not be included while measuring the elevation has been going on for years. Even more, controversy arose after the massive earthquake struck Nepal in 2015. After the earthquake, many geologists believe that the highest mountain in the world has shrunk by 3 cms.
However, as of now, the official height of Mount Everest remains the same as 8,848m (29,029 ft). But Nepal has been long planning to send a survey team to measure the elevation and settle the dispute once and for all.
Bodies in Mount Everest
Although Mount Everest is not considered as dangerous as K2 or Annapurna, it shares a huge spotlight for mountain notoriety. After the first successful summit in 1953 by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, many have followed in their footsteps to conquer this massif. While many have enjoyed their moment of glory, many never returned.
It is reported that there are more than 200 bodies that never made out of Everest. Many of the bodies are still up there as per the final wish of the climbers. However, many still stay there unrecovered.
What do you get with Multi Everest ?
Clean Everest Base camp after the completion of the Climbing to Summit