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Journey to MT Everest

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Madan Limbu

on 2 November 2014

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Transcript of Journey to MT Everest

Everest is about 8848 meters high
It is located in the Himalayas mountain range on the border of Nepal and China
Height of Mt Everest
Height is 828 meters
History
In 1953 Edmund Hillary and sherpa Tenzing Norgay.
In 1978 Messner made the first ascent without supplemental oxygen.
Oldest Man To Climb Mount Everest, Yuichiro Miura 80
In 2010 Jordan Romero became the youngest to climb Everest at age 13
Burj Khalifa The Tallest Building in the World.
Introduction
History
Background
Routes
Routes
Camp 1
camp 2
camp 3
Camp 4
Main point-1
Main Point-2
Main Point-3
How tall is Mt Everest?
Sir Edmund Hillary
In conclusion
Climbing Everest is not easy
Where is it located?
How high?
Mt Everest
Who was the first person to climb?
Where is he from?
New Zealand
How many days will it take to climb to the top?
1 or 2 weeks depending on weather condition
NZ tallest mountain
Mount Cook
Falling
Avalanche
Altitude sickness
Frostbite
2014 Mount Everest avalanche
Base Camp
Mount Everest is one of the most popular mountain in the world and many people dreams about climbing Everest.
Kenton Cool
Mt Cook
3,754 m
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