Everest Trek, Nepal November 2000

Once we were up above 14,000 feet (4200m) there was not as much available in the way of services.

Once we were up above 14,000 feet (4200m) there was not as much available in the way of services.

A cold mountain sunset on Mt. Nuptse 25,850 ft (7879m).

A cold mountain sunset on Mt. Nuptse 25,850 ft (7879m).

We headed to Kala Patar, a ridge at 18,200 feet (5400m) that provides excellent views of Mt. Everest.

We headed to Kala Patar, a ridge at 18,200 feet (5400m) that provides excellent views of Mt. Everest.

This is gray looking "riverbed" is actually the Kumbu glacier that comes from the face of Mt. Everest.

This is gray looking "riverbed" is actually the Kumbu glacier that comes from the face of Mt. Everest.

Ray and Leo in front of Mt. Nuptse.

Ray and Leo in front of Mt. Nuptse.

Mt. Everest 29,028 ft (8848m) (left side) and Nuptse 25,850 ft (7879m) (right side).

Mt. Everest 29,028 ft (8848m) (left side) and Nuptse 25,850 ft (7879m) (right side).

The Kumbu icefall (bottom-right). The base camp for Mt. Everest is the gray rocky band just to the left of the bend in the glacier and just above the black rock in the bottom center.

The Kumbu icefall (bottom-right). The base camp for Mt. Everest is the gray rocky band just to the left of the bend in the glacier and just above the black rock in the bottom center.

The whole crew in front of Nuptse and the Kumbu glacier.

The whole crew in front of Nuptse and the Kumbu glacier.

Liyang in front of Mt. Everest (upper left).

Liyang in front of Mt. Everest (upper left).

The Kumbu glacier. It is covered with gray rocky debris.

The Kumbu glacier. It is covered with gray rocky debris.


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