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Everest Base Camp

Everest Base Camp refers to the protection zone established for the purpose of protecting the environment in the core area of ​​Mount Everest. Located at an altitude of 5,200 meters, the straight distance from the camp to the peak of Mount Everest is about 19 kilometers. The camp offers tents for climbers and tourists, as well as hotels, cafes, shops and post offices. There also solar panels on the front door to provide evening lighting. After the climbers settled in the base camp, they can continue their tour of Mount Everest. In addition to two public toilets, the base camp has no permanent buildings. From the beginning of April to the end of May, it is the best time to hit the summit of Mount Everest. Therefore, during this period, mountaineers from all over the world are stationed in the camp. Numerous outdoor tents of world-famous brands are scattered across the open base camp, making it more spectacular. On April 5, 2006, the first team of amateur mountaineering enthusiasts in China began to enter the base camp, and most of the team members successfully climbed to the summit.

Everest Base Camp (Shigatse)

Location: Tingri County, near Rombuk Monastery

Suggested Duration: 2-4 days

Opening Hours:All day

Category:Natural landscape, Cultural landscape