Everest Views

Everest Views

Posted Jun 22nd, 2009 under Photo Essay,

Soaring Vistas : Mount Everest (8848m)

Everest as seen from above
Twilight at Mt Everest: The setting sun casting a golden glow above the pinnacles

Everest Advanced Base Camp
Mount Everest Advanced Base Camp (ABC) – Tibet side

Everest Base Camp - Tibet Side
Everest Base Camp – Tibet Side

Everest in between clouds
Soaring above the clouds – Mount Everest as seen  from a flight to Tibet

Everest Expedition
View from the summit

View from Gokyo
Mount Everest & Gokyo Lake

Everest view from Gokyo
Trekkers trudge up the Gokyo Lake

Everest from Gorak Shep
Everest as seen from Gorak Shep (5160m)

Everest from Kala Pattar
Prayer flags offering a colourful relief: at Kala Pattar –  Everest Base Camp Trek

Khumbu Region
Trekkers take a breather & enjoy the panoramic view of  Everest and Ama Dablam rearing up in the background

Rongbuk side Everest
Mount Everest’s  north face , as seen from Rongbuk, Tibet

Everest Panorama View
Panoramic view of Mount Everest and surrounding mountains

GKN Everest Mission - Everest Paramotor
GKN Everest Mission in 2007 – Bear Grylls (of Discovery Channel’s ‘Man Vs Wild’ fame) flying in his paramotor in front of Everest

Everest Skydive
Everest Skydive – the most elite adventure on top of the world

Everest Heli Flight
View of Everest from aboard  Fishtail Air’s heli- flight over Mount Everest

To trek to the base of  Everest, to reach the summit of Everest, to fly atop Everest , to skydive above Everest, these are but some of the world’s best adventures  offered by Explore Himalaya. If you are eager to  participate in any of these  adventures , then contact us at enquiry@explorehimalaya.com.

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Comments

  1. the pictures were amazing!! i want to visit this place as soon as possible.

    - Zaana
  2. These pictures are just like a visit to heaven.
    Amazing & Unbelievable pictures.

    - Rajan
  3. amazing pictures all is very beautiful !!!!

    - amin

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