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Everest Day 2023 (29th May) | History Facts Wishes Images

Wishing you all a Happy Everest Day 2023! We are delighted to share the amazing facts, fascinating history, and warm wishes with you on this momentous occasion. May you be motivated and inspired with amazement as you reflect on Mount Everest’s incredible feats today. Enjoy the festivities and embrace the spirit of adventure!

Mount Everest, towering at 8848 meters, stands proudly among the top 9 out of the 10 highest mountains in the world. Often referred to as the “Roof of the World,” this UNESCO heritage site boasts a rich diversity of flora, fauna, and some of the rarest biodiversities found on Earth.

Everest has forever been a magnet for mountaineers and thrill-seekers seeking adventure. Travellers can reach Everest by taking a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and then embarking on a hiking journey through Jiri and Lukla to reach their destination.

Despite the COVID-19 Pandemic in Nepal, there is a queue of people to summit Everest. It demonstrates the craze of mountaineers and enthusiasts who are drawn to conquer the highest peak in the world.

History and Background

In 1953, the historic ascent of Mount Everest took place when Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Sir Edmund Hillary successfully summited the mountain. The legendary climber Hillary passed away in 2008. Mount Everest Day gets marked in the memoir of this incident with a parade and numerous events. 

The distinctive Mt. Everest Day festivity in Kathmandu and Everest Base Camp is extremely important for boosting the Nepal tourism industry. Diplomats, mountaineers, tourist administrators, and government representatives all take part in this event to honour and remember Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Sir Edmund Hillary’s momentous climb of Mount Everest in 1953. The event honours their extraordinary accomplishment while also showcasing the mountain’s importance to Nepal’s tourism industry.

Facts about Everest

The name Everest was Proposed byAndrew Waugh in 1865
Actual Height of Everest8,848.86 meters
Age of Everest60 Million Years approx.
Overall Summit times9000+
Average Death Rate on Everest2% above 8000 m
Sleeping Beauty on Mount EverestFrancys Arsentiev
First Japanese woman to climb EverestJunko Tabei in 1975
First American to climb EverestJim Whittaker in 1963
The first-ever attempt to reach the summit10 weeks
Cost to Climb Everest$30000 per person
Closest Airport to EverestTenzing-Hillary Airport, Lukla
Name for Everest in NepalSagarmatha
Wind speed at Everestover 200 kmph
First and the only helicopter on EverestEurocopter AS350 Squirrel of France
First-ever attempt to reach the summitGeorge Mallory and team, 1921
The year with zero attempts on Everest1974
Growth of Everest each yearA quarter of an inch
The harshest temperature on Everest-80oF
Youngest and oldest climber to teach summit13 and 80 years
Person to climb Everest solo without oxygenReinhold Messner
Everest Facts

Quotes and wishes

  • To the nation that has it all, Happy Everest Day 2023 to Nepal.
  • Trekking means a travelling experience with thrilling excitement. Happy Everest Day 2023
  • A barrier more intimidating than Mount Everest emerges between you and your mindfulness: It’s Mount Ego. 
  • You need peaks, long staircases don’t make good hikers. Happy Everest Day
  • Scaling to the summit requires strength, whether it is to the top of Mount Everest or the top of your career.
  • Climate change is the Everest of all obstacles, the thorniest challenge facing humankind.

Everest Day Images

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