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These are the clouds, so it shows how far up mount Everest is ... No one has ever driven up mount Everest before, but there are lots of climbing routes. ...

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Mount Everest.

Some records and facts.

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Mount Everest facts.

  • Mount Everest is 8,844 metres high.

  • Mount Everest is the tallest mountain in the world.

  • Mount Everest belongs to the Himalayan Mountain range.

  • Mount Everest is between Nepal and China.

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Everest records.

  • The summit of Mount Everest was first reached on May 29th 1953 by New Zealander Sir Edmund Hilary and sherpa Tenzing Norgay.

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Everest records.

  • On May 16th 1975 Junko Tabei became the first woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest.

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Everest facts.

  • Climbing Mount Everest is hugely challenging and very dangerous. On May 10th 1996 a storm on Mount Everest resulted in eight people who were trying to climb the mountain dying on a single day.

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Everest records.

  • On May 24th 2001, 15 year old sherpa Temba Tsheri became the youngest ever person to reach the summit.

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Everest records.

  • One day later, on May 25th 2001 Erik Weihemayer became the first blind person to reach the top of Mount Everest.

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Everest fact.

  • The summit of Mount Everest rises by 2.5 cm every year.

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Have you ever climbed a mountain?

Could you?

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