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Mt. Everest


Mount Qomolangma, also known as Mt. Everest, is the highest mountain on earth with an altitude of
8,848.13 meters.
It stands at the south of Tingri county in southern Tibet, at the border of the central Himalayas, between
China and Nepal.

Mt. Everest, shaped like a gigantic Pyramid and full of power and grandeur, towers into the sky while the
land features are extremely precipitous and the environment usually complicated. Twenty kilometers
around it, groups of peaks stand in great numbers and the mountain ranges rise one higher than
another.

Mt. Everest is covered with accumulated eternal snow all the year round. When the sun shines on the mountain, the peak is just like a white
pyramid miraculously transformed by the Goddess.
And some times the thick freely moving clouds and fogs will shroud the peak, which is called “the Flag Cloud”.

Mt. EverestThe area of Mt. Everest has been built as one of the national natural reserves, wherein live thousands
of kinds of plants, hundreds of varieties of wild animals and dense virgin forests. Most of them are
precious and rare.

Due to the capricious climate in the Everest area and the peaks around it, it is hard to foretell what the
weather will be like in a single day, not even to mention the changeable climatic conditions in the four
seasons of a year.

However, each year a great number of brave robust mountaineers come from al over the world to visit
and climb Mt. Everest, trying to conquer the world’s highest peak while tourists trek to the foot of the peak to enjoy its beauty.

 

 
 


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