There are different “levels” of Mount Everest that you can attain to, I’ve heard of at least three. While I don’t even imagine I could get to the first level, I’d love to try. In fact I hope my friend Subash will join me 🙂
And this is on my bucket list! This is a picture of the North route. I think that getting to Advanced Base Camp seems like a pretty good level to me. Mount Everest Advance Base Camp (EABC) not to be confused with Everest Base Camp is approached from Tibet and is the highest that one can go on Everest without a climbing permit. It’s also the world’s highest trek on an established trail. The same route is typically used by climbers attempting to summit who continue on past Advanced Base Camp and follow the North Col and then the Northeast Ridge to the summit. The route has to Mount Everest Advance Base Camp is a challenging but beautiful trek through a stunning mountain landscape.