Mount Everest

(29,035ft/8,850m) Nepal

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Everest, South Col
Everest-Lhotse Combo
Climb to Camp II on Everest

2016 Expedition Yearbook.

After we reach Base Camp, (17,598ft/5364m) we establish four camps on the mountain. The first, Camp I at 19,500ft/5943m, is situated at the top of the ice fall. This camp functions as an intermediate camp until Camp II (advanced base camp) is established at 21,000ft/6400m in the Western Cwm. Camp II will consist of large tents for cooking and dining and several smaller tents for sleeping. Camp II will be our base during the placements of Camp III and Camp IV (23,500ft/7162m and 26,300ft/8016m respectively). Camp III, which stands at the head of the cirque on the Lhotse face will consist of three and four man tents. This intermediate camp helps us to reach Camp IV (high camp) on the South Col.

Mount Everest:
The South Col Route