Whether you’re planning a long hike to the Himalayas, Mount Kilimanjaro, or even along the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, you’ll need to do some high altitude hiking training. It may not be specialized like the Everest trekking training, but we need to make sure you’re well prepared for your hiking expedition. So we’ve prepared...Read More
Altitude Sickness or Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is a medical consideration faced while trekking in the Himalayas. It rarely occurs at altitudes lower than 2,800m/9,186 ft., and only minor symptoms occur below 3,000m/9842ft. The sickness occurs when the body does not adjust well to the lack of oxygen at higher altitudes. The major cause of...Read More
Let us bring out some facts about Everest Base Camp difficulty. Trek to “Everest Base Camp” is not as difficult as we imagine. So, why do I need to know about base camp difficulty? In fact, with proper understanding, people of different age groups can accomplish this trek in a convenient way. Moreover, the availability...Read More
The level of Mount Everest climb difficulty is well-known among mountaineers. It is considered to be a very difficult and challenging endeavor. The altitude and harsh weather conditions make the Everest climb hard, even for experienced mountaineers. Due to its extreme altitude, unpredictable weather, and treacherous terrain, only a fewer people have successfully reached the...Read More
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