Highlights of Mount Lhotse Sar Expedition
- Fourth Highest Peak in the world
- A striking peak with a tremendous south face
- One of the steepest faces in the world: Rises 3.2 km in just 2.25 km of horizontal distance
- Three summits: Lhotse Main (8,516 meters), Lhotse Shar (8,383 meters), and Lhotse East (8,413 meters)
Mount Lhotse Shar Expedition is the best Expedition to perform in the eastern part of Nepal. Mount Lhotse Shar is the fourth largest mountain in the world lies 8400m of sea level in the eastern part of Nepal beside Mt. Everest. For the First time on 25th May 1956, the mountain topped by Swiss Mr. Ernst Reiss, Via South West.
It has turned into the most famous and normal route as well. Lhotse East or Middle, Lhotse & Lhotse Shar. Mt. Lhotse makes the Lhotse mountain more massive and attractive. The south face of the Lhotse mountain is the largest mountain faces around the world. The normal journey to the Lhotse mountain from chukkung and Lhotse Base Camp. This is near to the Khumbu Glacier and majestic views of the Mera peak are fascinating.
Mount Lhotse Shar is a newly opened mountains of Nepal. The expeditions start from Lukla valley and the initial day moves through the Sherpa valley up the majestic views of Everest valley and the Khumbu region. After the initial successful Lhotse Shar Expedition by an Austrian expedition in 1970. South Koreans, Germans, and Japanese attempted from different routes on its main peak. Some of the Poles and Italians also climbed the summit before the summit was reached then by German expeditions in the year 1977.