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- A peak, 8,506.5 m (27,890 ft) high, of the central Himalaya Mountains on the border of Nepal and Xizang (Tibet).
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- proper n. A Himalayan mountain on the border between Nepal and China, the fourth highest in the world.
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- n. a mountain in the central Himalayas on the border of Tibet and Nepal (27,890 feet high)
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The west face of Lhotse is the primary route to the South Col and on to the Summit of Everest.
Lhotse is the fourth highest mountain on Earth at 27,940 feet or 8,516 meters
Flight to Darjeeling One of the Litang monks, who went by the name Lhotse and was the older brother of Messrs. Datha and Tenzing, fled to Darjeeling, posing as a trader.
Camp 4 is set on the South Col, the saddle between Everest and Lhotse.
Lhotse is the 4th highest mountain on Earth at 27,939 'and sits next to Everest.
The view from the top is breathtaking: Everest, Lhotse, Makalu and Cho-Oyu in 360 °.
On the mountain, that physical training really paid off in strenuous areas like the Khumbu Icefall, the Lhotse Face, and the Hillary Step.
Adventure Consultants reported from camp 2 that about 30 climbers were headed up the Lhotse Face towards camp 3.
After a few weeks to acclimatize ourselves to the altitude, we move up the Western Cwm to the base of the Lhotse face.
In fact, the CIA communicated with the Dalai Lama's party in much worldlier fashion: through a clunky radio operated by Athar and Lhotse.