Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest)

What else can you say about seeing Mt. Everest in person? Yes, from a plane, but when you see these mountains up close, there’s nothing else you can do except look and look, and you still won’t see everything. Sensory overload …


Mt.Everest on the left, Lhotse on the right

The mountains, flying east from Kathmandu :
Langtang Lurung (7234 m (23,734 ft – Shisha Pangma (Gosain Than) (8013 m (26,290 ft)Dorje-Lakpa (6966 m (22,854 ft) – Phurbi-Ghyachu (6637 m (21,775 ft)
Chhoba-Bhamare (5970 m (1958 ft) – Kodari (1770 m (5807 ft) – road to Lhasa and Tibet
Gauri Shankar (7134 m (23,405 ft) – nobobdy allowed to climb this mountain, named after their main god
Melungtse (7181 m (32,560 ft) – Chugimago (6297 m (20,660 ft)
Pigferago (6620 m (21,720 ft) – Numbur (6957 m (22,825 ft) – Karyolung (6511 m (21,362 ft)
Cho-oyo (8201 m (26,906 ft) – Gyachungkang (7642 m (26,089 ft)
Pumoki (7161 m (23,494 ft) – Nuptse (7855 m (25,771 ft)
Sagarmatha (Everest) (8848 m (29,028 ft) – Lhotse (8516 (27,940 ft)
Ama-Dablan (6812 m (22,349 ft) – Chamlang (7319 m (24,012 ft) – Makalu (8463 m (27,766 ft)
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