Mount Everest is the largest mountain peak in the world in the Himalaya mountain range . It is the tallest mountain above sea level on earth. Mount Everest is located between Nepal and Tibet (which is an autonomous region of China). It is considered the highest point on earth at an elevation of 8,848.86 m (29,032 ft).
The China–Nepal boundary runs across its peak point. The name for Mount Everest in Tibetan is Qomolangma, which means “Holy Mother,” and in Nepali is Sagarmatha. In the 19th century, Sir George Everest (former Surveyor General of India) named the mountain George Everest. In 1865, it was officially declared as Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world. Mount Everest attracts many mountaineers who are wanted for adventurous climbing.
There are two climbing routes to reach the largest mountain in the world; one starts from Nepal’s southeast and the other from the North of Tibet. Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary did Everest’s principal official climb in 1953, utilizing the southeast ridge course.
8,848.86 m (29,032 ft).
Mount Everest is located between Nepal and Tibet
Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary did Everest’s principal official climb in 1953
climber Tabei Junko (Japanese Climber)