This view does anybody out of breath in various ways. You do not just feel like you’re on top of the world on the summit of Mount Everest in Nepal, as is literally no air due to the incredible altitude. Everest was formed about 60 million years and is the highest point on earth, with impressive 8850 meters above sea level. Because of the extreme weather conditions at the summit, climbers rarely try to complete the climb out of the months of May and June, when the jet stream is pushed northward.
If you choose to climb, you can find some bodies of climbers along the path. There are about 120 bodies of those who claimed the mountain on his way to the top – and which were impossible to remove. While the outlook is bleak, do not let that dissuade you. If you are an experienced climber, can be one of 150 people trying to reach the summit each year. And once on top, have your camera ready, because you only get to stay there for a few minutes before beginning the descent.