About Mount Everest

  • Sanjay Lamsal
  • Last Updated on Jul 29, 2023

Mount Everest is the highest peak in the world which stands at 8848 m high altitude from sea level. Mount Everest named by name of Sir George Everest in 1865 AD. It is located in the Solukhumbu district of Nepal. Mount Everest, known in Nepalese as Sagarmatha and in the Tibetan language they are called as Chomolungma (Zhumulangma). There are other local names also provided for Mount Everest like Third pole, Peak xv, and local sherpa’s they called Deudhunga.

Everest is believed to be 60 million years old. Everest was formed by the movement of earth’s tectonic plates, as the Indian subcontinental plate collides with the Eurasian continental plate. No one knew that Mt Everest was the top of the world until the 19th century.

Mount Everest was first conquered by Sir Edmund Percival Hillary KG and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa on 29 May 1953 AD. Out of the 10 highest mountains, 8 of them are in Nepal. Among them, the most popular one is Mount Everest. People attempt to climb Mount Everest in 1920 AD.

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Mount Everest mountaineering

A little less than 5000 climbers have tried to climb Mount Everest. 240 of them never came back. The fatality rate of Mount Everest is 6.5%. Avalanche unexpected climate is the Main region of mountaineers failure to climb a high mountain.  Unexpected storms, avalanches, freezing temperatures, high winds, crevasse and the dangers presented by the extreme high altitudes are extremely hard to overcome even for the most experienced climbers. However, the use of advanced gear and technology made in modern time and the use of highly trained guides help in decreasing the fatality rate.

Climbers, generally they spend their 6 month time to acclimatize their body with high altitude. At that time they will take training for an expedition to Everest. That is compulsory for Everest summiter. Then pass through Everest Base Camp and then 4 additional camps in order to allow their bodies to adopt to the high altitude. Getting one by one camp 1, camp 2, camp 3, receptively and finally, they will summit Mt.everest.

Climbing Mount Everest is the dream of most people. But climbing in reality, you should be physically and mentally prepared. There are few requirements to meet before climbing Mount Everest in Nepal. Climbers must be between 18 and 75 years of age. Permits will only be given to those who can prove they have already scaled mountains that are higher than 6,500 meters (21,325 feet). Disabled or visually impaired people need someone to carry them. Only those who can go on their own will be given permission.  


The weather conditions are extreme on Mount Everest. During the January month which is the coldest month of the year, the temperature reaches low to -76 ℉(-60℃). The temperatures are registered at 19℉ (-7℃). The temperature never rises above freezing. It was always very hard to predict the weather of Mount Everest. In addition to the dangerously cold temperatures, the wind and carelessness also present danger to climbers. High winds often carry sand and bits of stone, in addition to snow and ice during storms. Even unexpected storms have been known to bring as much as 10 feet(3m) of snow.

Best season for climbing(Summit) Everest.

The best time for climbing Mount Everest in April to May and from mid-June to August. Summer may not be the best time to climb Everest but you can still climb as per your choice. To summit Mt.Everest you should follow some rules of government of Nepal. By the government of Nepal fixed a date to summit Everest base camp for some days. There is not allowed to climb Mt.everest any time. Most of the time fixed in the April to May due to the favorable season. You have to fulfill some legal documents before climbing for the Government of Nepal.

Best Season For Everest region trekking.

Trekking to the Everest base camp is one of the popular trekking of Nepal. Most of the people, they want to visit overview Mt.Everest from the close-up view. They will visit the Everest base camp(5364m) and Kala Patthar(5545m). Kala Patthar(5545m) Which is the most popular viewpoint of the Everest base camp. The best season for the trek to Everest region will be September to mid of December and February to June. That’s called the high season. That is a little bit busy season of the mountain. Due to that time weather will be the clear and cloudless sky in the mountain. Then you will see an attractive overview of the mountain.

Some of the group also found in the January and July August season there is some difficult situation. In January there will be cold and snowing in the way of trekking but mountain view will be very beautiful. Mountain will be fully covered by snow. During the daytime temperature is best but at night there will be freezing cold. During the July, August that will be the raining season of Nepal. So the weather is changeable and heavy rainfall during this time.

Most popular peak climbing of the Everest region :

The most important thing to who want to summit Mt.Everest. First, they must be climbed over then 6500 m high peak. And then they will be training by profession of mountaineering team then you will get permission by the government of Nepal. One of the most famous climbing peaks of Everest region is island peak. (6189m). Some of the famous trekking areas of Nepal is given below:

  • Island peak climbing.
  • Kushum kangaru peak climbing.
  • Pikey peak Climbing
  • Mera peak climbing

Some of the popular trekking trails of the Nepal.  

There are other popular trekking routes around Mount Everest that come with thrill, excitement, and adrenaline. Some of the  most popular trekking routes are:

#Everest base camp trek 14 days 

Outline itinerary for EBC Trek 14 days (highly Recommended)

Day 01:Arrival in Kathmandu and Pre-trip meeting

Day 02:Flight to Lukla from Kathmandu. Trek to Phakding (2700m.) 30 min flight and 3 hours trek.

Day 03:Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3440m.) 5-6 hours.

Day 04:Acclimatization in Namche (3440m.)

Day 05:Trek to Tengboche Monastery (3860m.) 5 hours.

Day 06:Trek to Dingboche (4350m.) 5.30 hours.

Day 07:Acclimatization in Dingboche.

Day 08:Trek to Lobuche (4910m.) 5 hours.

Day 09:Trek to Everest Base Camp (5365 meters) then back to Gorak Shep (5180m.). 8 hours.

Day 10:Hike up to Kala pattar (5545m.) early in the morning and trek down to Pheriche (4120m.). 7 hours

Day 11:Trek to Namche (3440 meters) 4 hrs.

Day 12:Trek to Lukla (2840m.) 7 hours.

Day 13:Morning flight back to Kathmandu. 30 minutes.

Day 14:Final Departure.

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Other popular trekking packages for Explore mount Everest.

  • Everest base camp Gokyo lake trek
  • Three pass trek. (kong ma la Pass, Chola Pass Renjola Pass,)
  • Chola passes Gokyo lake trek.
  • Komla pass trek.
  • Everest view trek
  • Jiri to Everest base camp trek.
  • Salleri Everest base camp trek.
  • Everest base camp short trek

Everest base camp short activities.

For some of the interested people of the Everest activities, there will be other short activities also available. There most of the activities are prepared for one day trip. That was given below.


Mount Everest is one of the valuable natural treasures of Nepal. Most of the people know Nepal as a country of Mount Everest. If someone said to us” where are you from? Normally we will also say from the country of Mount Everest. It’s our luck to born in this country.

Finally, we will one of thetravel companyin Nepal. We will provide the all over Nepal activities to our valuable client. If you plan to visit Mount Everest, we would be heartily welcome to Nepal and give us opportunities to survived to you. We will provide a best and special for you.

Thank you so much

Nepal Everest Base Camp Trekking Company

Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Sanjay Lamsal

Sanjay Lamsal

Hello, Namaste from Nepal. I am Sanjay Lamsal and I was born in Nilkantha-11, Dhading, Nepal. I have been in since I finished high schooling at age of 18, I have been working in travel and tourism, since 2015, in the beginning, worked as a trekking porter, trekking Guide, and City Tourist guide. I did all of the major trekking and tour trail all over the Nepal Himalayas. I often remember my past days and think about future. Whenever I remember past events of my life it gives me power to work a hard. I will be working on this in my future. I do challenging with if any problems in the mountains/Himalayas. After long years working with different guests from different countries, I have good experiences about traveling. I completed a Bachelor Degree in Business Studies.

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