Everest

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Jiri, the end of the road and starting point for the trek to Sagarmatha National Park.
View over the Dhunge Khola valley and Jiri from the first ascent of the trek to Everest.
Children in Shivalaya, end of the first day or lunchpoint, depending on your strength...
Mother with her child and a porter with heavy load in Shivalaya.
View from the way to Deorali back on Shivalaya at the banks of the "Khimti Khola".
Hut on the way to Kenja.
Terraces with rice and crop near Kenja.
Backpacks of resting porters on the top of the 3530 m high "Lamjura Bhanjyang" pass.
The first snowcovered peak seen from Junbesi.
View from Khurtang.
View from Khurtang.
Ascent from the valley of the "Dudh Kosi" to Jubing.
Near Khari Khola.
Children in Khari Khola.
Suspension bridge over the "Kyashar Khola" near Monjo.
Namche Bazaar, the "capital" of the Khumbu region.
Some "small" mountains, seen from Namche Bazaar.
Stone shelters near Dole.
The 6608 m hight Thamserku peeking out of the clouds.
The 8201 m high Cho Oyu at the end of the Gokyo valley.
Near Machhermo.
Near Machhermo.
Machhermo.
Cho Oyu, seen from near Pangka.

Ngozumpa Glacier near Gokyo.
Nameless Tower near Gokyo.
Sunrise at Mount Everest (8848 m, on the left side), seen from Gokyo Ri (5357 m).
View from Gokyo Ri.
Cho Oyu (8188 m) in the morning light, seen from Gokyo Ri.
Prayer flags on the summit of Gokyo Ri.
Cho Oyu (8188 m) in the morning light of the rising sun, seen from Gokyo Ri.
Yaks, crossing the Dudh Kosi near Na.
Near Thare.
Near Thare.
Thare.
Chorten near Thare.
The 8501 m high Lhotse, seen from Pangboche.
Kantega (6779 m) seen from Pangboche.
Ama Dablam, 6856 m high.
Stupa in Tengboche. In the background Lhotse (left) and Ama Dablam (6856 m).
Ceremony in the monastery of Tengboche.
The famous monastery of Tengboche.
Lukla airport.
Me on Kala Patar (5643 m).
View from Kala Patar (5643 m). Mount Everest (8848 m) in the Middle, Nuptse (7861 m) on the left side.
With some guests on the summit of Kala Patar (5643 m).