Come enjoy a climb at Mt.Everest!

By: Hope, Lauren and Mattie!!!!!!

Welcome to the start of a long journey to the top of the world!!!!!

Have you ever thought about taking a trip to the top of the world? Well, this is the place to do it. Here, we train all climbers to get ready.

Some pictures of Mt.Everest and our climbers.

Environment Impact.

Peak Experiance

Peak Experience is were our clients get acclimatized to the air. Here we help train our clients and get them ready to climb tot the summit.

Zopa

Zopa was the best sherpa that Josh had ever met.Peak first met Zopa when Josh made him in charge of getting Peak to Base Camp. Zopa was recruited by Josh to help Peak get to the top of Mt. Everest. Zopa was in charge of keeping Peak alive when Josh had to lead another team up the mountain. Like Josh, Zopa is sly and cagey. No one ever knows what his motivation for doing something is. Despite this attribute, Zopa is a kind, fun loving man.Towards the end of the book Zopa almost became a second father to Peak.

Josh wood

Joshua Wood is Peak's father. When Peak was in court, trying to defend himself, Josh, surprisingly, showed up. He told the courts that he could take Peak to Tibet. This solved the problem completely, so the courts agreed. Peak and Josh would be flying out that night. Peak soon found out that his father didn't just agree to taking him because he wanted some responsibility for Peak and because he was doing what courts said, he wanted Peak because if he could get him to the top of Mt. Everest it would be amazing publicity for him and his mountain climbing company, Peak Experience We think that Josh is very becoming, but also quite sly and cagy. You never know how he thinks, and what he is up to.

Weather And climate at base camp!!

The weather and climate of Mount Everest is one of extremes. Temperatures at the summit are never above freezing and during January temperatures can drop as low as -60° C (-76° F). Despite the low temperatures the biggest issue faced by climbers are hurricane force winds and wind chill. When the jet stream dips south during the winter hurricane force winds may develop reaching more than 285 km/h (177 mph). These winds relax in the month of May and most climbers try to attempt the peak during this short window.

Winter weather (Nov to Feb) is dominated by the southward migration of the northern hemisphere jet stream which brings high winds, cold temperatures and on occasion heavy snow falls. Winter can be a great time for trekking as the crowds trying to avoid the cold clear out. Day temperatures are comfortable and sunny skies generally prevail although it can get well below freezing at night.

March until the unset of the Monsoon is one of the ideal times to trek. Rain is infrequent and day temperatures are warm. Lots of trekkers and climbers are out in t-shirts.

The summer weather (June to Sept) is influenced by the Indian Monsoon which brings frequent rainfall and cloudy days. You might find solitude during this time but clouds and rain generally obscure the peaks and it’s not a good time to visit.

The Fall season from the end of the Monsoon until temperatures get cold in December is a great time for trekking with generally clear days and comfortable temperatures.

We don’t recommend travel to the region between June and September. Your lucky if you can see the summit.

Holly's report.

Extraordinary things can happen on Everest. Some of the things can be very bad. Like breaking your leg or get very sick. And Peak and Sun-Jo experienced all of this. they pushed up to the summit.