Mt Everest Guidebook

Crowned as the highest mountain in the world, Mt Everest Tour has become the lifetime dream for mountaineers and climbers. Because of the high altitude, extreme weather, snowstorm, and oxygen shortage, conquering Mt Everest is one of the most difficult activities in the world. This is a guidebook about Mt Everest which may make sense for your Tibet vacation in Mt Everest.

The Origin of Mt Everest Expedition

Mt Everest was well known in the world on May 29, 1953. On that day, two mountaineers, Sir Edmund Hilary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay climbed to the peak of Mt Everest. From then on, numerous mountaineers from different nations gathered here to start their risks. According to the record, more than four thousand climbers have reached the summit of Mt Everest.

Preparation for Climbing Mt Everest

In fact, it’s very difficult for ordinary people to conquer Mt Everest. Conquering Mt Everest is a great challenge for professional mountaineers, let alone ordinary people. Before starting your Mt Everest expedition, you must keep exercise and stay healthy. Because you should overcome some difficulties like the low temperature, high altitude sickness, and oxygen shortage. You should consult your family doctor whether your physical condition is fit for climbing Mt Everest. Commonly, if you have no experience of reaching the height of seven thousand meters, you are not suggested climbing Mt Everest.

Permits for Mt Everest

There are two routes for mountaineers to climb Mt Everest. The first route is from the north side in Tibet. The second route is from the south side in Nepal. If you start your Everest expedition from the north side in Tibet, you should ask your tour agency for help to apply for the Tibet Travel Permit. Because an individual is not allowed to apply for this document. If you start your Everest expedition from the south side in Nepal, you should have the Trekking Information Management System Card issued by the Tourist Service Centre or Trekking Agencies’ Association.

Everest Base Camp Tour

Climbing Mt Everest is safe or not relying on your physical condition, oxygen content, and snow storm. Many mountaineers lost their lives on Mt Everest. Recently, two mountaineers died when they were climbing Mt Everest. The one was the famous mountaineer Nobukazu Kuriki came from Japan, and the other was senior Gjeorgi Petkov from Macedonia. Compared with the past, the number of mountaineers who climb to the peak of Mt Everest has increased greatly because of the improvement of the facilities and rich experience. For normal people, the safest place to enjoy the grandeur of Mt Everest is Everest Base Camp. If you travel to Everest Base Camp in a fine weather without many clouds, you can see the summit of Mt Everest clearly.

The Best Time for Climbers to Visit Mount Everest

For ordinary people, the best time to visit Everest Base Camp is from April to May and September to October. For professional mountaineers, the best time to climb Mt Everest is from April to May.

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