Mount Everest – North
North Col Route
Mount Everest, rising 8,850m (29,035ft) above sea level reigns as the highest mountain on Earth. It is through the North Ridge Route that the first of the expeditions to scale this majestic mountain were made and a lot of history has been etched on the slopes of this mountain facing the Tibetan plateau.
Mount Everest – South
South Col Route
Mount Everest from the south side (Nepal) is by far the most popular route chosen by the climbers every year to summit the mountain. It was through the south route that Sir Edmund Hillary & Sir Tenzing
Norgay made the first ascent of the mountain on May 29, 1953.
South East Route
Mt. Kachenjunga (8586m/28169ft & treasures of the snow) is the third height mountain in the world and was first climb by the British in 1956. Lying on the Nepal – Sikkim borders, the lush landscape of the Kanchenjunga area is an ideal environment for musk beer, blue sheep and the infamous yeti.