Tibet belongs to the northern slope of Mount Everest, and Nepal belongs to the southern slope. There is plenty of rain here in Nepal, which is divided into the tropical rainy season, subtropical forest, and temperate deep forest. Above 4500 meters on the south slope are alpine meadows. Climbing Mount Everest is very different in the Nepali and Tibetan areas.

The most difficult place on the North Slope (Tibet) is at 6,500 meters. There are many ice cracks here, and you may fall into it if you are not careful. The slope here is nearly 70 degrees, which is very steep. Even when the weather is good, there are 6/7 winds, and it is not surprising that it is blown away by 12 winds when the weather is bad. Going up to 7790 meters is a large number of steep ice slopes, slipping under the feet, but also to prevent being blown away by the strong wind. When the equipment is poor, frostbite and frostbite often occur here.

8680 meters is another difficulty compared to here. If you want to climb this height, you need to build a human body. Fortunately, in 1975, Chinese climbers set up a metal ladder here to reduce this difficulty. The weather in Beipo (Tibet) is changeable. The sun was still shining a few hours ago, and the wind was blowing in the blink of an eye. If the equipment is not good enough, it is better to climb to the top of the South Slope.

It's not that the southern slope is much easier. Although the southern slope is easier than the northern slope, we must not forget that this is Mount Everest. South Slope (Nepal) climbed to the top, the difficulty at 6000 meters was the explosion of Khumbu ice. Kong Bubing experienced an unforgettable experience. There is no chance to run at all. 34 meters high, 70-130 tons of ice and snow fell, and that was a matter of seconds.

A formal climbing team costs US$25,000-about US$45,000. The difference is the number of guides, the amount of oxygen, and the logistics of the base camp.