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Mt Lhotse (8,516m / 27,940ft) located in the South of Everest massif, separated by the South col, Lhotse peak is the fourth highest mountain in the world. The Swiss were the first to climb Mount Lhotse expedition in 1956 on the West face, whereas by the Czech on the South face in 1984. Though Lhotse shar, Middle Lhotse east makes the Lhotse massif, but we climb the highest peak of the Mt.Lhotse massif via the normal route. Beginning mt.Lhotse expedition after a panoramic flight to Lukla, following the classis Everest base camp trekking route, we will set up base camp on same as Everest Base camp, after our strong team /climbing guide of sherpas set up various camps, whereas members have the chance to up and down acclimatizing and on a favorable day we attempt to climb this impressive mountaineering in Nepal.