Designer and art friends! Testing out a new graphics idea. Would love any and all feedback. Would this look cool on a shirt? It's Mount Everest described by numbers only, with the photo of the mountain behind. Thanks a bunch!😄 #feedback#topography#adventure#mounteverest
Huge shout out to one of our @meetup organisers Dale @frogmandale while he hikes through Nepal and around Everest. Check out his page and be sure to keep in touch with his adventure! His pics are amazing.
“Looking down over the village of Thame.
Home of Tenzing Norgay who summited Everest first with Hillary and then Apa Sherpa who has summited Everest 21 times, the tea house is full of Guinness World Records certificates.
Word on the street is we are having eggs and chips for tea, it’s amazing what they can knock up!!"
Nyt on päässeet Flowparkin pipot suureen seikkailuun! Kalapatthar, 5550m. Ja matka jatkuu yhä ylemmäs. Voima olkoon kanssanne! 💪🏼#gethigh#mounteverest#flowpark @saunawear
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Tiimibiinit Nepalissa! #tiimibiini
Radhanath Sikdar, a mathematician and mathematician from Bengal, was the first person to declare the summit of Everest as the highest peak through trigonometric calculations in 1852. This calculation was performed using theodolite from a distance of 150 miles away in India. Some Indians believe that the peak should be named after Sikdar, not Everest.
This mountain has a height of about 8,850 m; although there are variations in size (both the Nepalese and Chinese governments have not legally authorized this measure, the height of Everest Peak is still considered 8,848 m by them). Mount Everest was first measured in 1856 with a height of 8,839 m, but expressed as 8,840 m (29,002 ft). An additional 0.6 m (2 feet) indicates that at that time a precise height of 29,000 feet would be regarded as a rounded estimate. The general estimates used today are 8,850 m obtained through Global Positioning System (GPS) reading. Mount Himalaya is still growing higher due to the movement of tectonic plates of the region.
Mount Everest is a mountain that peaks the farthest distance from the sea. Two other volcanoes sometimes referred to as "the highest mountains in the world" are the Mauna Loa in Hawaii, the highest if measured from its base on the middle of the sea, but only reaches 4,170 m above sea level and Chimborazo Mountain in Ecuador, whose peak is 2,150 m higher than the center of the earth compared to Mount Everest, because the Earth is inflated at the equator. However, Chimborazo only reached a height of 6,272 m above sea level, so it is not even the highest peak in the Andes.
The deepest bottom of the ocean is deeper than Everest's height: The Deep Challenger, located in the Mariana Trench, is so deep that if the Himalayas were laid in it, there is still nearly 1.6 km of water covering it.
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Location : Mount Everest - Nepal
🚶 We are slowly coming to the end of the trek and when looking back I can't even believe how much we have managed to see. We have combined Poon hill with its majestic Annapurna views, Upper Mustang and the lost kingdom of Tibet and finished off at the holiest of places of Nepal in Muktinath... easily one of my favourite treks so far