Mt.Lhotse is the world’s fourth highest mountain with elevation at 8516m (27,940ft) from sea level. The massive Lhotse part is connected with Everest. In Tibetan language Lhotse means “South Peak”. Also the Mt. Lhotse comprise the smaller peaks like Lhotse Middle (East) at 8414m and Lhotse Shar at 8383m. The summit of Lhotse Mountain shares the border between Nepal and Tibet (China). At a first time in 1955 an international Himalayan Expedition team successfully attempt to summit. But the main summit of Lhotse was first climbed on May 18, 1956 by swiss Team.
The climbing route of the Lhotse follows the same path of Everest till camp3. The final part to the summit peak passes through the narrow “Reiss couloirs”, which meets the summit. Technically, climbing Lhotse is relatively easy than Everest. Every year a group of climbing Sherpa fix the rope, and they makes the track to summit.
Green Lake Trek & Expedition has full of certified and qualified Sherpa Mountain Guides who have been successfully attempting this mountain peak regularly. We believe, Expedition with our Sherpa Team always reach the summit with “safety first” slogan.