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Mt. Everest Basecamp

Mt. Everest Basecamp

Nice View at the Mount Everest Basecamp
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Nord Base Camp of Everest, Tibet - China

Nord Base Camp of Everest, Tibet - China

This is the base camp of Everest located at 5160 meters.
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Mount Everest Trek NEW

Mount Everest Trek NEW

The trek from Kathmandu to Everest
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Mount Everest Trek

Mount Everest Trek

The Trek from Khatmandu to Mount Everest Base Camp.
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Highest monastery in the World, China

Highest monastery in the World, China

Rongbuk Monastery (at elevation 5000 meters ) is the highest monastery in the world. It is also the last inhabited spot before Everest Base Camp, about 7 km distant. From Rongbuk Monastery the huge north face of Everest is clearly seen.
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a huge snow wall in the everest mountains

a huge snow wall in the everest mountains

a huge snow wall in the everest mountains
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Eight-thousander series

Eight-thousander series

From Everest in the highest peak to Shisha Pangma.

Mountains of 8000m class were collected.
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K2 - Kashmir

K2 - Kashmir

K2 is the second highest mountain in the world. At 8,611 metres, it is only surpassed by Mount Everest. K2 is located in the Karakoram segment of the Himalayan range.
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Mount Everest tour

Mount Everest tour

Mount Everest. The World's highest mountain, tallest peak. Also called Sagarmatha (Nepal, meaning "Head of the Sky"), Chomolungma (Tibet, meaning "Goddess Mother of the World"), Qomolangma (China), Zhumulangma (Pinyin) and originally named peak XV, peak 15 when it was discovered and classified. Mount Everest is a part of the Himalaya range in High Asia, located on the border between Sagarmatha ...
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K2 (Mount Goodwin Austen)

K2 (Mount Goodwin Austen)

K2 is the second highest mountain in the world. At 8,611 metres, it is only surpassed by Mount Everest. K2 is located in the Karakoram segment of the Himalayan range.

The summit is in the Taxkorgan Tajik Autonomous County of Xinjiang, China. It borders the Northern Areas of Pakistan.
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Mount Everest - Tibet

Mount Everest - Tibet

A nice look at the largest mountain on the planet. The summit ridge of the mountain marks the border between Nepal and Tibet, but the summit itself is in Tibet.
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Bedout Crater

Bedout Crater

A 180 km wide crater, called Bedout, off the northwestern coast of Australia was caused by an asteroidal impactor (estimated the size of Mt. Everest) that struck 250.1 +/- 1 million years ago forming the Permian/Triassic boundary (end of the Paleozoic) .
This event is sometimes known as `the Great Dying`, because 97% of all life became extinct.
This was one of the worst events in...
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