Mount Lhotse is the fourth tallest mountain of the world (8516m) and is situated nearby the world’s tallest peak the Mount Everest. Mount Lhotse Expedition, however, is one of the most difficult peaks to climb and ascend. The south face of the peak mostly has been the cause of many failed attempts and some tragic fatalities. Lhotse Middle was initially climbed by three groups of Russian climbers in 2001. At the time it was the last unclimbed named eight thousand meter summit. The long east-west crest is located straight away from the south of Mount Everest where the summits of the two mountains are associated by the South Col, a vertical edge that never drops below 8,000 meters.
Mount Lhotse is an equally important peak for expedition that provides an incredible life long experience of mountaineering. Conquering Mount Lhotse is not easy as it requires lots of mountaineering experience, skills, knowledge and stamina. As conquering the highest peak of the world might not be possible for everyone, hence, Mount Lhotse Expedition can serve as an alternative opportunity for them. It is equally necessary to consider the suitable time and whether so that you do not have to return with bitter experience. The months like April, May, late September and October are supposed to be the best time for climbing Mount Lhotse. Mount Lhotse Expedition is a challenging adventure in mountain climbing in Nepal where people can entertain themselves by climbing different ranges from high altitude to low altitude of mountain peaks. The entry point of Mount Lhotse is Lukla and in the same way its exit point is again Lukla.