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What Happens to Your Body When You Climb Everest
Hey, adventure seekers! Looking for a thrilling new activity? How about to climb Mount Everest? But before you pack your bag, you should learn about exactly what it takes to plan a trip to one of the most dangerous climbs in the world. Standing at 29,029 feet high, this rocky summit poses plenty of dangers and challenges that can work against you if you’re not prepared.
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When is the best time to climb Mt. Everest? 0:31
Oxygen concentration 1:30
Packing tips 2:26
Don't forget to take some garlic with you 3:18
China-Side or Nepal-Side? 3:52
It's time to climb! 4:55
Don't try to look like a tough guy. Wear an oxygen mask 6:37
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- People who climb Mt Everest typically plan their climb during what they call “the summit window” during mid May and sometimes November.
- Mount Everest’s summit is higher than any other mountain in the world. So in terms of its height above sea level, it stands taller than anything else on our planet.
- At an elevation of 29,029 feet, each breath you take only has one third of the amount of oxygen as it would normally have at sea level.
- Sunglasses, also to protect from the brightness of the sun. It’s a good idea to bring snow glasses since the light reflecting on the white snow can be incredibly bright.
- Moisturizer. This applies to both your skin and your lips. Your skin is likely to become dried out and chapped since the mountain’s climate is dry and chilly.
- Bring things with garlic in them since this ingredient is actually helpful when it comes to adapting to high altitudes, thanks to its ability to make your blood thinner.
- Mt. Everest is located in Tibet on the border of China and Nepal. You can fly into Tibet and hang out in Lhasa and Shigatse to explore a couple days before you actually get to base camp.
- There are lots of organizations that do group treks and they typically visit the same various paths up the mountain.
- One of the first camps you’ll hit is at about 19,500 ft. You’ll probably spend one night here as your body becomes acclimated with the new climate and altitude.
- When it comes time to approach the mountain’s summit, the weather becomes incredibly important. To have the safest, most successful climb to the summit, you’ll need 5 days of clear skies and minimal winds.
- Once you hit Camp 3 on your excursion, you’ll need to start wearing an oxygen mask as the air becomes incredibly thin.
- Once you reach the summit, you’re looking at 29,029 ft above sea level! At this point of the mountain, people can enjoy this incredible accomplishment and truly feel like they’re on top of the world….but just for half an hour.
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Summit day on Everest
Cathy O'Dowd becomes the first woman to climb Everest from both south and north sides: 29 May 1999. This shows the summit day ascent on the north side.
Amazing Video of Malavath Poorna's Everest climb: Youngest women in world to reach summit
Malavath Poorna is now the youngest female in the world to reach the summit- Mt. Everest, a dream for all adventure seekers around the world. At 6.30 in the morning of 25th May 2014, she unfurled the Indian tricolour at the highest point on this planet. She was just 13 years and 11 months at that time. Born of a very poor family of agricultural labourers, Poorna is also the youngest Indian to reach the summit. In fact she was just one month older then the youngest person ever to climb the Mount Everest successfully, who was a US boy. A ninth standard student at Andhra Pradesh Social Welfare Educational Institutions Society's school, Poorna struggled against all odds to be on top. Hailing from a background, where none of her villager folk have ever seen snow in their lives, Poorna achieved the feat in just nine months time from being selected for a rock climbing camp near Hyderabad (in September 2013) to reach to the top of the world. Unimaginable!!
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Helicopter Lands on the Summit of Mount Everest
The First and Only Person to Land a Helicopter on the summit of Mount Everest was Didier Delsalle a fighter pilot and helicopter test pilot on May 14, 2005.
Climbers did not summit Everest for another week (21 May, 2005)--which is why there are no prayer flags, etc as the jet-stream winds and winter storms scours the summit removing anything from previous years.
On May 14, 2005, at 07:08 NPT in the early morning (01:23 UTC), Delsalle set the world record for highest altitude landing of a helicopter when his Eurocopter AS350 Squirrel touched down on the 8,848 m (29,029 ft) summit of Mount Everest. The flight and the summit landing were recorded by multitude of cameras and other equipment to validate the record. After sitting on top of the world for 3 minutes and 50 seconds, Delsalle lifted off and returned to the Tenzing-Hillary Airport at Lukla, Nepal.
This accomplishment had required extensive testing on site, especially because of the low atmospheric pressure available for the helicopter rotors, winds over 299 km/h (186 mph) at these altitudes, and oxygen depletion for both Delsalle and his helicopter's engine. Delsalle had to find areas of downdrafts and updrafts to complete the flight, stating: I found an updraft so strong that I could rise up with almost no power.
Delsalle repeated the Everest summit landing the next day, May 15, 2005, to prove that the previous day had not been simple luck. Conditions the second day were much more difficult, but Delsalle chose not to wait any longer so as not to squander the opportunity for 'conventional' climbers waiting to summit Everest during the limited good weather conditions available in May.
Delsalle used a virtually standard version of the Eurocopter AS350 Squirrel B3, only removing unnecessary elements, such as passenger seats, to reduce the standard weight by 120 kg (265 lb) and thus extend the 1-hour fuel range.
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The definitive story of the British adventurers who survived the trenches of World War I and went on to risk their lives climbing Mount Everest.
On June 6, 1924, two men set out from a camp perched at 23,000 feet on an ice ledge just below the lip of Everest’s North Col. George Mallory, thirty-seven, was Britain’s finest climber. Sandy Irvine was a twenty-two-year-old Oxford scholar with little previous mountaineering experience. Neither of them returned.
Drawing on more than a decade of prodigious research, bestselling author and explorer Wade Davis vividly re-creates the heroic efforts of Mallory and his fellow climbers, setting their significant achievements in sweeping historical context: from Britain’s nineteen-century imperial ambitions to the war that shaped Mallory’s generation. Theirs was a country broken, and the Everest expeditions emerged as a powerful symbol of national redemption and hope. In Davis’s rich exploration, he creates a timeless portrait of these remarkable men and their extraordinary times.
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Pat Falvey (Expedition Leader) & DR Clare O'Leary summited Mt Everest on the 18th May 2004.
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Pat hits Sliotar from the summit.
The Cuman (hurley) and one of two sliothars was taken to the summit of Mount Everest by Pat Falvey on the 18th May 2004. Achieving the world's highest Puc Fada, Falvey Belted a sliothar (ball) with a Hurley from the highest rocks on earth on the Tibetan Nepali frontier into the rarefied atmosphere and down the icy slopes. Falvey also became one of only a few to have climbed Mt Everest from both south Nepal and North Tibetan routes.
This was a great day and also a sad day as three people from other teams reached the summit but did not make it back and died as they made their way out of the incoming storm and high jet stream winds just below the summit.
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Nishat Majumder, first Bangladeshi woman to climb Mount Everest
Nishat Majumder, first Bangladeshi woman to climb Mount Everest
Nishat Mazumder at Dhaka Lit Fest (Formerly Hay Festival)
Native name নিশাত মজুমদার
Born 5 January 1981 (age 37)
Occupation Service (Deputy Chief Accounts Officer, Dhaka Water Supply and Sewerage Authority)
Known for Mountaineering, Outdoor Activism
Home town Dhaka
Parent(s) Ashura Mazumder (Mother), Abdul Mannan Mazumder (Father)
Awards Anannya Top Ten Awards (2008)
Nishat Mazumder (5 January 1981) became the first Bangladeshi woman to scale Mount Everest, with the help of three Sherpas - Lakpa Sherpa, Pemba Dorje Sherpa, Mingma Sherpa and a bigger team led by another Bangladeshi mountaineer MA Muhit. She reached the northern side of the mountain with the team on 19 May 2012, six days after which internationally acclaimed Bangladeshi mountaineer Wasfia Nazreen reached the summit from Nepal side independently.
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