Route to the Mount Everest also described by Steve Goldberg

Posted by on Feb 3, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Climbing the Mount Everest is no joke,and that is proven by the number of deaths that have happened in the various summit attempts. Learning properly about the route, the mountain and how you need to train yourself is the most important part of your mountain climbing experience. An article by Steve Goldberg has also mentioned that not taking proper measures might cause harm to you. Given below in details will be the perfect route to the Everest:

  • Valley of Silence, Camp 1: This is the area at the height of 6400 m after the main base camp and the Icefall which is a house of constant avalanches. The creases in the glaciers open and constantly close which cause the scariest sounds you will ever hear. This will give you your first view of the tall standing Everest.
  • Camp 2: This is the rocky area beneath the Ice covered Lhotse wall which is known as the camp 2. You will find the climbing gear of several people over the years in this place which is fascinating but also a reminder that this will be your final good meal before your return.


  • Lhotse Wall, Camp 3: You have to crucially concentrate on your way while you climb down in the slope on the hanging ropes. The pathway is described by a haunting experience till the Ice bulge is reached and then comes Yellow Band as described by Steve Goldberg.
  • Death Zone, Camp 4: As the name suggests, it is the scariest yet the last part of the summit. Thisis situatedat the height of 26000 ft. Which is the closest you can reach to space while you sit on earth? The surroundings are magical and surreal,but the number of bodies you will find here is also terrifying.

After this step is the part where you take the final step to your climb for the Everest. It is important to make sure that you carry enough fluid and oxygen for your safety and well return. You can also find a guide by to know in details.

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