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Everest Lhotse Expedition

Everest Lhotse Expedition is for those who want to climb both of the 8000ers at the same time, and includes high-altitude ascents of Mt. Everest and Mt. Lhotse. These two 8000m share the same Khumbu icefall route until S-Col (7890m), allowing climbers to make a second ascent after completing the first. Peak XV was renamed Mount Everest in honour of Sir George Everest, who served as the lead surveyor in 1856. Before Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay’s successful attempt on Everest via the South route on May 29, 1953, there had been several attempts. Every year, it is estimated that around 1000 ascent attempts are made. To reach the summit, we’ll take the southern route. This trip is for those who have climbed a few 7000m peaks or more in the past. The real trek appears to begin at the Base Camp, and it takes about 7 days to walk there on foot. We’ll then proceed to Camp I (6,065 metres), where we’ll see the Khumbu glacier. Camp II (6,750m) is around 450m on a gradual slope from Khumbu Glacier, and Camp III is around 610m (7,100m). At the summit of Lhotse, Camp III is located. You will require oxygen cylinders from this point forward. After crossing the 8000m elevation, you will arrive at Camp IV (7,910m). The Death Zone is another name for this location. Lhotse is the world’s fourth highest mountain, standing at 8516 metres.

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Duration
58 Days
Altitude
8848.86M
Country
Nepal
Grade
Extreme
Season
Spring

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