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THE EBC 2021

Everest Base Camp Trek 2021: A Travelogue by Col Anirudh Prasad

I am writing this to share my adventure with you so that if anyone else decides to follow this path can do so without batting an eyelid. The trek is actually an acclimatation route for all those who have dreams of scaling the mighty Sagarmatha and being branded as an Éverester’ for life. However just to reach the base of the formidable Mt Everest can be construed as an achievement in itself. A 14-day round trek, with an average of 10 hours on foot daily, oxygen deprivation at every meter gained, symptoms of acute mountain sickness and the cherry on the cake- no bath at the end of the day isn’t exactly one’s idea of a recreational vacation. Narrates Col Anirudh Prasad

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On the Top of The World: Romil explains all about Mount Everest

One must trek with new groups and friends. It develops great bonding and an eye for precision. The planning to negotiate scarcity of resources enhances your survival skills. In the process, you will learn to ignore trivial discomforts in real life too. Absolutely clean atmosphere distinct habitat, flora, and fauna will take your breath away. Living in tents, confronting extreme weather conditions, walking past on most dangerous roads and bridges are memories no camera can capture enough. Above all, it elucidates the importance of teamwork, risk-taking, and never give up attitude

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