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Nepal

Everest from Space: NASA

South Side Camps

Dingboche to Everest Base Camp

Nepal

North and South routes

Air and Ground Approach Travel

Excellent maps of all the Everest routes are here.

Lukla to Dingboche

 

Click on the above maps for the full sized versions.

Older NASA pictures below:
The best, most-nearly cloud-free, Shuttle view yet of Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world at 29,028 feet. The peak, on the border between Nepal and China, is almost exactly in the center of the photograph. The challenging North Face is in shadow; valley glaciers radiate in all directions from the central massif. Source and copyright NASA.
STS-58 "Mt. Everest" Photo ID: STS058-101-014 
View of the Mount Everest region, Nepal and China. Low morning sun highlights Mount Everest (the highest mountain in the world at 8,848 meters), Cho Oyu (8,153 meters) to the northwest, and other peaks of "The Roof of the World". New snow seems to be confined to the highest peaks. Abundant details of glacier surfaces, including moraines, crevasse fields, and ice falls are displayed for study. Source and copyright NASA.
STS-66: "Rooftop of the World: India-Nepal-Tibet Border" Photo ID: STS066-124-059
View of the Himalaya Mountain Range in the India-Nepal-Tibet border area, as photographed from the Mercury-Atlas 9 capsule by Astronaut L. Gordon Cooper Jr., during his 22 orbit Mercury-Atlas 9 (MA-9) spaceflight. Source and copyright NASA.
Mercury 9: "Himalaya Mountain Range" Photo ID: S63-06445
Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world at 8,858 meters, was photographed by the STS-66 crew members aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis from 165 nautical miles above the Earth. Also seen are Cho Oyu (8,153 meters) northwest of Everest, and other peaks in what has been called the "Roof of the World". Abundant details of glacier surfaces, including moraines, crevasse fields and ice falls are displayed for study. Source and copyright NASA.
STS-66 "Mount Everest" Photo ID: STS066-208-025

 

Mt Everest Map (Washburn Map)
New ed., Nat'l Geographic centennial map, "Washburn's Everest map;" 1st ascent info added: Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Changtse, Lhotse Sar; routes, expedition details; ...
   
Mt Everest Map (Nat'l Geographic/Washburn)
  Shaded-relief topo map of Mt Everest area. This is the same map as the 2-sided one by Brad Washburn (our MMH013), except this one does ...
   
Mt Everest Map
A meticulously crafted contoured map of Everest and its surrounding peaks: Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam. Durable, in ...

Below are two HUGE Pictures from NASA:

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