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Adventurous_boy: #phoo village 4050 m . one of the remote village of Nepal .perfect destination for those who are interested in very old unchanged lifestyle of people and culture , one of the restricted routes of nepal trekkers need to take special permit for trekking in this region
Adventurous_boy: in Nepal Langtang trek may not be as popular as everest and annapurna regions but langtang doesn't lack for views of spectacular snow peaks..
Adventurous_boy: The Tenji (Tiji) festival in annual event indigenous to lomanthang, upper mustang in Nepal. Tenji festival commonly pronounced” Teeji” is the abbreviated from of Tempa chhirim which translates to” prayer for world peace”
Adventurous_boy: This strange thing is set in the Kagbeni village . These people believe it to keep away the bad spirit from this village.on the way to upper mustang trek
Adventurous_boy: Amazing sunset and full moon rising on everest hike to get this view from kalapathar at 5550 mt
Adventurous_boy: fact about Everest 1st) MT. EVEREST: 8,848 M. (NEPAL)
a) Mt. Everest was known as Peak XV until 1856, when it was named for Sir George Everest, the surveyor general of India from 1830 to 1843. The measurements made by the Great Treagonometrical Survey in 1850.
Most Nepali people refer to the mountain as Sagarmatha, meaning “head of the sky locaal Speakers of Tibetan languages, including the Sherpa people of northern Nepal, refer to the mountain as Chomoungma, Tibetan for “Mother Goddess of the Country.”
The height of Mount Everest was given as 29,002ft. (8,842 m) as the highest mountain in the World by Andrew Waugh, who had succeeded George Everest, Surveyor General of India. Later this height was increased to 29,028ft (8,848 m), which is the currently accepted altitude. In 1999 a Boston Musium of Science GPS system attached to Bisop’s Ledge, the outcrop just below the summit, suggested a height of no more than 8,830 m (28,970ft): just a few day later of the National Geographic Society announced that the correct height was actually 8,850 m (29,035 ft).
The mountain’s actual height & the claim that Everest is the highest mountain in the World, has long been disputed. But scientific surveys completed in the early 1990s continued to support evidence that Everest is the highest mountain in the World. In fact, the mountain is rising a few millimeters each year due to geological forces. Global Positioning System (GPS) has been installed on Mount Everest for the purpose of detecting slight rates of geological uplift.
b) MOUNT EVEREST (8,848 m)
CLIMBED: 29 MAY 1953