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Mount Everest expedition- Adventurous Journey
Everybody knows about Mount Everest, or they have heard the name in their general knowledge class. The Nepali name of Mount Everest is Sagarmatha. Sagarmatha in Nepali means on the top of all. As the name Sagarmatha means it is above all in the surface of the earth. Mount Everest is the earth’s highest peak above the sea level and the range of mountains are located at the Nepal China boarders. Everest expedition is the greatest thrill a mountaineer can achieve in their life.
Everest expedition was first done by Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Edmund Hilary in 29 may 1953. After this, Everest expedition has become the trend for the climbers. Started in 1953, till Jan 2021 Everest expedition has been achieved by 5,788 peoples. In the early years, many people did not attempt to climb the mountain. However, in the recent years the number of people attempting to climb the mountain have increase. Nowadays, about 800 people yearly attempt Everest expedition.
Long ago, there were only few selective routes to get to the summit of Everest. However, due to research and increased people attempting the climb more routes were discovered. Now, there are more than eighteen routes to the peak of the mount Everest.
Everest base camp on the south side is located at an altitude of 5500m above the sea level. The journey to the Everest base camp is the first step to Everest expedition. Comparing to the journey ahead of climbing, the way to the base camp is quite easy. Everest base camp trekking is a popular route and on the yearly basis hundreds of trekkers come here as the final destination to admire the mountain from the base. However, to the people who are attempting the climb this is only the beginning of their journey. The journey to the Everest base camp is about two weeks trekking, depending upon your movement and you are scheduling.
The journey starts from Kathmandu, from here you take the flight to Lukla. Then from there one need, to trek to the Everest base camp.
Icefall is the second mile stone in Everest expedition journey. The altitude of 5500m to 6100m is called icefall in the Everest climbing journey. It is an extremely dangerous area to be in, the climbers need to be alerted all the time. Every instance can be deadly here, the climbers need to be extremely cautious. For an average, climber the climb time is about 5 to 7 hours, however the people who are adapted climbing in such harsh environment it takes about 4 to 5 hours.
The journey of the Icefall is begun at 4 to 5 AM. It is prohibited to leave the icefall after 6AM. At day time the icefall has frequent avalanches, so moving early at the morning is the best decision one can make. icefall has frequent avalanches, so moving early at the morning is the best decision one can make.
After completing the valley of silence camp 2 is set. Camp 2 is set at the altitude of 6400m. The climb is extremely hard. Avalanches and snow storm are frequent at this zone. In this region the body starts to demand more oxygen. The climbers are strictly restricted to camp to close to the Everest face, as deadly avalanches may occur.
Camp 3, Lhotse wall
The altitude range between 6800-8000m is called the Lhotse wall. In this region the third camp is set. The path that is to be taken in this camp is an icy slope. The time range for completing the elevation of the C3, course is four to eight hours, depending upon the experience of the climber and the weather they are facing. The harsh the weather difficult the climb and vice-versa. The C3, area range ends with 8000m and begins the death zone.
Camp 4, The death zone
The human body are not designed to function above 8000m hence the name death zone. This altitude can temperature can be very harsh if not taken care of yourself properly. After reaching C4, Everest expedition journey is about to come to an end.
Mount Everest peak
The peak of the Mount Everest is situated at 8,849m from the sea level. Reaching this summit is the goal of the journey you have taken. The journey from C3 to Everest if more than 8 hours climb. From the top of the Everest, you can see glaciers and other mountains. If you have reached this point, you have completed your Everest expedition goal. However, the journey is far from over now the journey is not upward but is downward.
The way downward
The reports say’s that more accidents occur at Everest during climbing down. The climbers must be careful and cautiously take the journey downwards. The climbers need to save enough oxygen to climb down the mountain slowly. After returning to the Everest base camp, you have completed the Everest peak climbing goal.
The way downward
The cost of climbing the Everest varies greatly from person to person. However, how may the cost vary it is a fact that it is not cheap. The average cost of going to the summit from the north side is about 35000$ while the cost from the south side is 45000$. However, the cost is not adamant and can varies highly.
Everest expedition cost majorly depends upon the type of the equipment’s used, number of Sherpas deployed and the company through which you are going to the peak of the Everest. The permit of climbing the mountain is itself costly which is per person 10,000$. Now, if you pay more money, it is not going to be an effortless walk in the park. However, it certainly can make your journey little bit easier.
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Risk of Everest Expedition
– Altitude sickness
If you are a person living in plains and have suddenly went in the higher trekking routes, you probably know what altitude sickness is. Mount Everest is the highest peak in the world, and higher you go lower will be oxygen content. Altitude sickness can have severe effects on your body and even can be fatal.
If you are living in plains and city weather means what you will wear, your mood and what you eat. However, at Everest expedition it is the matter of life and death. The climb is made easy, moderate, difficult, and deathly on the basis of the weather.
It is one of the greatest risks of attempting to climb the Everest. The climb is difficult, the climate is harsh and the way can be very tricky. With all these a person on such difficult topography has a high chance of falling. A fall at such climate and eight can be fatal and can result in immediate death.
Mount Everest is the dream of many mountaineers and is an amazing feat even today. However, Mount Everest is not only the house of pride and amazing feat but also is of accidents and tragedy. If you are not cautious even for a second during the dangerous climbs huge tragedy can occur. During, Everest expedition not just you live but the lives of your fellow team members are dependent upon you. There the minor accidents can even give you the lifelong wounds and damages. People have lost limbs, fingers, and other body parts due to severe frost bite during the Everest expedition.
Death is the greatest risk of Everest expedition. Everything on that altitude is deadly and can be fatal. The temperature of Everest is –29c, weather can get from good to worse within minutes. Snow storm, avalanches are the major things that can take up the lives of the climbers. If we see the records, more than 300 peoples have died attempting to climb the world highest peak. Above 8000m is called the death zone because the after exceeding such altitude the human body cannot function. If it not were for the oxygen, gears and equipment people will die within the minutes.
The main disadvantage during the climb at such high altitude is that the rescue is next to impossible. Even the slight fall and little injuries can be very fatal as help from the outside is extremely hard. The body of some of the climbers who died during their attempt to climb the Everest are used as the landmarks to go to the summit. The bodies are left there because it is not possible to take the body back without heavily risking the life of other persons.
Physically and mentally preparing your body
Everest expedition needs a body that is in excellent shape. The persons who generally attempts these feats have years of mountaineering experience and have a remarkably fit body. It is impossible without a body in top physique to climb the Everest. As we know the climate and environment is incredibly challenging, so better the physical condition of the body easier it will be. Avalanche safety is the next part and also need to consider for safety measure in snow-covered terrain
Aside from the body, one’s mind also needs to be in the game. The mind, spirit, courage, and determination to conquer the mountain also need to be extraordinarily strong.
Know the mountain
Everest expedition or any other peak climbing the basic and first safety measure is to know about the mountain as much as you can. Information is valuable and in desperate time save your life so research as much as you can. The more you know the better it will be. You can read books, articles, experience of climbers or even watch documentaries to gather information about Mount Everest. Research gives one a clear idea what is their strength? What are they lacking? And What they must do in order to gain that they are lacking?
Prepare your gear
Everest expedition gears should be of best quality. During the climb gears an equipment’s will be your extension of body parts. Without the gears neither can one climb nor get back from there. So, make sure they are on best quality and will be enough because your life depends on them.
Another important thing that needs to be considered about the equipment’s is the timing. If one is attempting to climb the mountain, he should prepare the equipment’s exceedingly early. The last-minute buying and buying in hurry can be very harmful. One should take his time research, ask for recommendations, and then start to prepare.
Contact with best agency
Nowadays, various agencies take you to the Everest. From getting the permit to climb the Everest, to providing a guide, and other necessary things are arranged by the agency. So, research and get the best agency with good background.
Follow the protocols
The climbers most follow all the rules and regulations that are set very strictly. They are made so that the climbers could safely complete their journey. Mountain climbing is a team play, one needs to follow rules and move forward as a unit. One mistake can compromise the safety of not only one but of the whole team. So, the peoples should follow the rules that are set by the mountain climbers and their team. Leaving the trails, going outside the destinations are strictly prohibited and can be very fatal.
Be attentive and alert
Everest expedition is an extremely dangerous journey. Minute of event decides the fate of the person. The climbers need to be alerted all the time during their journey. Paying attention to the smallest of detail, keeping eye on the surrounding will not only save their lives but also the life of their friends.
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