Mt Everest is known as Sagarmatha in Nepali and Chomolungma in Tibetan. Tensing Norgay Sherpa and Sir Edmund Hillary are the two climbers who first challenge the Mt Everest. The bold height of 8848 m makes the Mt Everest winner of the tallest giant geographical figure of the Mother Earth. Climbers often struggle for the title of the championship and only a few climbers are able to achieve it.

“When I pick up the dead body, my heart feels very cold, and I am very sad,” Sherpa said in a video produced by filmmaker DJ Clark. Many of his rescue missions are life-saving, but when they’re not, Sherpa feels an obligation to at least return the body to the climber’s family.

If we put the light on the Everest rescue team it’s so hard for them to rescue the climber and their team. By this, we can analyze how much equipment and modern techniques and tools are needed to reach in the top brain of this high giant mountain. Humans always have their adventure ego to accomplish it but at the same time, they need advanced training where mountaineering association should be aware of it.


In the battle of glorified adventure both the sides lose their ethical social part. People should not forget about the interrelationship between nature and human mankind. The greed ambition of getting victory often leads towards the destruction, all humankind should not forget about it.


A Tech Times story describes the mountain as “the world highest garbage dump”. Alton Byers, a mountain geologist at the Institute for Arctic and Alpine Research at the University of Colorado said, the problem is worse in areas off the mountain than on it. In surrounding areas, you’ll find dozens of landfills at various lodges and villages throughout Sagarmatha National Park, where Mount Everest resides.

Although the battle never ends but we should never forget the bonding and immortal relationship between nature and human mankind.

Well, these are some of the facts of the undisputed mountain.

Here is the Everest Base camp trail that anyone can do for the first time.


The fresh trekkers almost need 15 to 20 days to complete the Everest base camp trek where the journey starts from Kathmandu.

While arriving in Kathmandu (1360 m) travelers can have sightseeing of Basantapur, Patan, and Bhaktapur. These areas are highly recommended by the UNESCO heritage. The intricate design of the temple and the living style of the local people will be the attractions for the traveler. Places like jochhe AKA freak street and Thamel have also the legendary history of counter-culture (hippie movement of the 1980s)

Trekkers are suggested to take a flight to Lukla and trek to phakding  which is almost 2652 m in altitude. You should carry all the equipment according to the climate and session. The trails are almost 3-4 hours walk and trekkers would also cross the amazing Dudh Koshi river and beautiful mountain sightseeing. Trekkers can take a rest at phakding.

The next day, you can wake up with a beautiful morning and get ready to start the trek from phakding to Namchebazar (3440 m altitude 6 hours) with amazing views, adventures walkthrough suspension bridge, Sagarmatha national park and if you are lucky, you can even see Mount Everest. The traveler can feel the energies of caravan walking through the narrow path of Namchebazar which is the trading route of Nepal and Tibet. Take a beautiful nap in Namche Bazaar and don’t forget to interact with local people, you may observe the most exotic food and culture .and also don’t forget to visit an Edmund Hillary museum. Recommended: A glass of local wine and a beautiful landscape.

Next day take a nice breakfast and get ready for 3860 m altitude trek that is half an hour walk from Namche Bazaar to Tengboche. You will get see the wild geographical views with lots of mountain ranges and if you are lucky enough you can spot a wild animal like musk deer, Himalayan Thar. Travelers are blessed by the Dudh Koshi river and by the big monasteries in Tengboche and don’t forget to drink some yak milk.

The next day get ready for the trek to 4410 m altitude to Pheriche. It’s 5 hours walk where travelers can enjoy the beautiful sightseeing and exceptional views of mountains.  It’s a little difficult walk for the beginners, travelers can experience the thick snow and steep climb towards a foot of Khumbu glaciers. You can rest at the night cluster house.

Get ready for the big day hike to 5400 m altitude which is of 8 hours. Travelers have the option of touching the mountain from two sides. Travelers can head towards the kalapathaar where they can have a panoramic view of Mount Everest and divine sunrise and they can complete their destination towards the Mount Everest base camp.

Blog By: Yukesh Gurung