Prominence: 8849 m, 29032 ft

Elevation: 8849 meters, 29,032 feet

Approx. Isolation: 40000 km, 24854.85 mi
Local or alternating Name(s)Tibetan:ཇོ་མོ་གླང་མNepali:सगरमाथाChinese-Simplified-Romanized:ZhumulangmaNepali-Romanized:SagarmathaTibetan-Romanized:QomolangmaAlternate:Chomolungma
SubpeaksMount Everest-South Summit (8749 m/28,704 ft)
Latitude/Longitude (WGS84)27° 59" 18"" N, 86° 55" 31"" E27.988257, 86.925145 (Dec Deg)492639 E 3095904 N, zone 45 (UTM)
CountryChina (Highest Point)Nepal (Highest Point)
State/ProvinceTibet (Highest Point)Eastern Development region (Highest Point)
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The summit the Mt. Everest is the highest possible elevation above sea level on planet Earth, and also its name has gone into the language together a an allegory for the ultimate of anything.

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Mt. Everest is not particularly steep or jagged. Instead, it is a simply massive three-sided pyramid of remarkable bulk, mostly dark-colored rock. 3 ridges (North, West, and also Southeast) and also three faces (Rongpu, Kangshung, and Southwest) type the simple outline the the mountain, making it topographically very an easy in comparison come other significant peaks. The south east Ridge, course of the an initial ascent, is the only ridge bring about a an extensive buttressing peak, Lhotse (27,890/8501m), the 4th highest peak in the world.

Altitude and weather room the main obstacles come summiting Everest. The mountaineering obstacles are amongst the most famous in the world: the Hillary step on the southeast ridge, the very first and second steps on the north ridge, the icy Hornbein colouir close to the West Ridge, and the rotten Yellow tape of rock that cuts across the whole mountain.Hundreds that climbers effort the summit, most in May, once the weather is many favorable. Overview services will acquire you into position for a summit attempt for approximately $70,000.

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Snow clouds developed by extreme wind are typical sights ~ above the huge rocky pyramid of mount Everest.

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ProminenceClean Prominence: 8849 m/29,032 ftOptimistic Prominence: 8849 m/29,032 ftKey Col: Ocean0 m/0 ft
RangesContinent: Asia (Highest Point)Range2: Himalaya (Highest Point)Range3: central Nepal Himalaya (Highest Point)Range4: Khumbu (Highest Point)
Drainage BasinsArun (HP)Kosi (HP)Ganges (HP)Bay of Bengal (HP)Indian s (HP) (HP)Dudh Kosi (HP)Sun Kosi (HP)Kosi (HP)Ganges (HP)Bay the Bengal (HP)Indian ocean (HP)
OwnershipLand: QomolangmaFirst AscentMay 29, 1953Hillary, Edmund(New Zealand)Norgay, Tenzing(India)Route #1 Rock and also Glacier Climb: southeast RidgeTrailhead: Lukla airport (Airplane Flight) 2866 m/9403 ftVertical Gain: 5983 m/19,629 ftData Source1:50,000 Topographic survey MapDynamic Map
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In Khumbu icefall (2006-05). Photo by Ronald Oliver.Click right here for larger-size photo.
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