Mt Everest, Sagarmatha National Park

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The world's highest mountain Mt Everest, features a snowy peak almost 8,900 m (30,000 ft) above sea level. Hard-core adventurers and active vacations looking for some serious challenge choose to experience this soaring mountain from Everest Base Camp, accessible by a route some call the "Steps to Heaven." Every turn of this trail provides unforgettable photo ops, with high passes, glaciers, Sherpa villages, and cozy teahouses providing a window into this iconic place at the top of the world. Plan to visit Mt Everest during your Sagarmatha National Park vacation using our convenient Sagarmatha National Park trip planner.
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  • Really quite high and definitely can't drive up it because I tried and quickly failed! Also quite cold at times and no cafe or toilets nearby! Much prefer a weekend in Butlins 
    Really quite high and definitely can't drive up it because I tried and quickly failed! Also quite cold at times and no cafe or toilets nearby! Much prefer a weekend in Butlins  more »
  • This was incredible. The whole P Dog crew took a chopper to this amazing location to eat breakfast at Base Camp. We all took a special item, like we were on Desert Island Discs. Al - an enormous....  more
    This was incredible. The whole P Dog crew took a chopper to this amazing location to eat breakfast at Base Camp. We all took a special item, like we were on Desert Island Discs. Al - an enormous....  more »
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  • I would like to call it Sagarmatha, Sagarmatha is the Nepali name of Mt.Everest. The meaning of Sagarmatha is, Sagar means sky and matha means head. so it is the head of the sky This mountain will teach you a lots of great lessons in life, and one of them is that when you see the peak, it doesn't mean that you will always climb higher, as sometimes the mountain will force you to go down many time to reach high levels, and this life as you sometimes go down to go up and high. I recommend you to go there, and discover it by yourself.
  • With eleven deaths so far this 2019 climbing season on Mt Everest, it's been another sad one for climbers, similar to that in 1996, 2006 and 2012. I've been on this rather unforgiving mountain [severe changes in weather conditions, avalanches, storms, howling winds, and pelting ice etc] so I say hats off to each and everyone who made it up to the summit and safely back down again this season, my commiserations to those that didn't make the summit and will perhaps try again one day in the future, and my sincerest condolences to all the families of those who have lost their loved ones, who were just following their dreams to summit the most famous peak in the world.

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