This is for a supported OR unsupported climb to the top of Mount Everest!
The cost of climbing Everest ranged between $28,000 to $120,000 in 2017, the prices have skyrocketed. Taking a hike up Everest in 2023 will cost you anywhere from $30,000 to $160,000, with the average falling somewhere around $50,000. One of the biggest costs associated with climbing Mount Everest is your support. Everest isn’t your everyday hike. It takes extensive training and preparation to just attempt to summit the mountain, let alone try it without support. For this reason, the most of the climbers prefer to invest in support services.
Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world, is located in Nepal and marks the border of Nepal and Tibet. Over the past 70 years thousands of adventurers have been attempting to, and have successfully reached the roof of the world.
If you’d like to experience the thrill of an Everest adventure without the dangers of climbing to the summit, then the Everest Base Camp Trek is the perfect challenge for you. You will spend 12 days trekking to the foot of the world’s highest mountain, whilst exploring the wonderful Himalayas and even summit Kala Patthar – for incredible views of Everest itself.
Mount Everest was formed when India’s continental plate crashed into Asia. India’s plate pushed under Asia and raised a huge mass of land upwards, creating the world’s highest mountain rage; the spectacular Himalayas.
Despite the harsh climate around Mount Everest, plants still manage to thrive up to 5,750 meters high from the base of the mountain. Common plants on this mountain include, among others, bamboo, blue pines, birch, juniper, and rhododendrons. While there is limited vegetation, you’ll find shrubs at altitudes above 18,864 feet.
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