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Everest Region

Everest Region  


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Submitted By: Camster (Rhymes with Hamster) on Apr 16, 2008
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Everest summit from the South Summit.

Description 

The highest chunk of land on the planet.

Getting There 

Fly to Kathmandu, then get local transport into the area.

Climbing Season



Weather station 6.3 miles from here


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Makalu from the east.
Makalu from the east.
Everest, Lhotse and Nuptse from 19,000 feet at Pum...
Everest, Lhotse and Nuptse from 19,000 feet at Pum...
Three local lads....
Three local lads....
A couple of locals with the Everest group behind.
A couple of locals with the Everest group behind.
Mani stones in the Himalaya foothills....
Mani stones in the Himalaya foothills....
Mt. Everest sunrise from Lhotse. Photo by Mike Mon...
Mt. Everest sunrise from Lhotse. Photo by Mike Mon...
Everest, South Col Route, Camp 2 below the Lhotse ...
Everest, South Col Route, Camp 2 below the Lhotse ...
Reinhold Messner atop Mt. Everest after his histor...
Reinhold Messner atop Mt. Everest after his histor...

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By George Bell
From: Boulder, CO
May 20, 2009
Wow, who is going to add Chomolungma?
By Rune Bennike
Jan 13, 2011
Hi. Cool that someone is collecting some topo-info on Nepal. In the Khumbu (Everest) region there are two more major rock climbing spots: Thame Teng (of which I have made a topo here: 27crags.com/crags/thame-teng) and a wall above Samde a small outcrop of the village Thamo (not Thame!). The Samde wall is absolutey stunning and, more importantly at that elevation, south facing. So it has great potential. There are approximately 12 routes on the face at the moment, but potential for a lot more good-looking routes up to something like 200m. If someone is interested in bolting some routes or doing some trad FAs then that would be a good place to go.
By Hannahlily
From: Tempe, AZ
Apr 22, 2014
The link to your topo won't work - would you mind re posting?