Everest Expedition North Side - Mount Everest, rising to an elevation of 8,848m, is the world’s highest mountain. Named ‘Qomolangma’, or ‘Goddess Mother of the Snows’, in Tibet, Everest was first ascended on 29 May, 1953 by New Zealander Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay from Nepal, via the South Col Route.
Everest Expedition South Side - Mount Everest is the highest peak in the world standing at an elevation of 29028ft. (8848m.) atop which the climbers feel as if they are standing over the cloud in the sky.Mt Everest climbing has proved to be a benchmark of climbing achievement. The mountain receives around 1000 summit attempts every year. The ultimate dream of most mountaineers is to one day take on the biggest mountaineering challenge possible – climbing Mount Everest.
Cho Oyu Expedition - Cho Oyu lies about 20km west of Mt. Everest on the Nepal-Tibet border.For anyone who has ever dreamed of climbing one of the world's highest 8000er mountains, Cho Oyu offers relatively easy access.
Amadablam Expedition - Ama Dablam is a mountain in the Himalayan range of eastern Nepal. The main peak is 6,812 metres (22,349 ft), the lower western peak is 6,170 metres (20,243 ft). It is the third most popular Himalayan peak for permitted expeditions.
Shishapangma Expedition - Shishapangma is the 14 highest mountain in the world at 8,027 metres (26,335 ft) above sea level. It was the last 8,000 m mountain to be climbed, due to its location entirely within Tibet and the restrictions on visits by foreign travelers to the region imposed by authorities of the Government of China and of the Tibet Autonomous Region.
Manaslu Expedition - Manaslu (8156m) is the world’s 8th highest mountain at 8,163 metres (26,781 ft) above sea level. It is located in the Mansiri Himal, part of the Nepalese Himalayans, in the west-central part of Nepal.
Lhotse Expedition - Mount Lhotse, means "South peak" is a part of the Everest massif, just to the south of Everest. However it being 3 km south of Mount Everest, from which it is separated by the South Col, it is considered an independent mountain. Lhotse at 8,516m is the fourth highest peak in the world. This mountain was first climbed by Swiss expedition (F. Luchsinger and E. Reiss) on 1956


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