Mt. Lhotse well known as “south peak” and part of the Everest massif is the fourth highest mountain peak in the earth. Furthermore with an altitude of 8516m. Lhotse Expedition has 3 summits, main summit at 8,516m, Lhotse Middle (East) at 8,414m and Lhotse Shar at 8,383m. Lhotse is best known for its proximity to Mt. Everest and the fact that climbers ascending the standard route on that peak spend some time on its northwest face. Lhotse is however famous for its tremendous and dramatic south face. It is extremely difficult climb and rarely attempted. After many unsuccessful attempts Lhotse Expedition was successful in 1984. The section during the climb, which has been unanimously declared the most dangerous, is the Khumbu Icefall. Both Mt Everest and Lhotse share the same base camp. The South Face of Lhotse is one of the largest mountain faces in the world.
Lhotse can be climbed from Everest Base Camp or Chhukung. Lhotse Expedition encounters many obstacles including high Expedition. As encounters many obstruction including high altitudes, harsh weather conditions and even sheer exhaustion. We believe our planning, logistics, staffing and experience coupled with your enthusiasm, patience, and perseverance would help you achieve your ultimate dream. The Khumbu Icefall is a lofty ice sheet with evident ramifications of huge chasms and deceptive shaky seracs. Generally making route confounded and filled with high target peril of falling ice. Lotshe Base camp is the most perilous piece of the ascension. Toward the start of the climbing time frame, climbing Sherpa set the course through the icefall introducing stepping stools crosswise. Likewise over chasms and along vertical seracs ice dividers for effective and simple climbing. When the ice structure is all around solidified. Khumbu ice fall is exceptionally hazardous toward the evening because of its western perspective.
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