Mount Lhotse is a close neighbour of Mount Everest that lies at near proximity of 3 km south of Mount Everest, separated by the South Col. In Tibetan it means the south face. Lhotse massif comprises of mainly three peaks: Lhotse East or middle, Lhotse Shar and Lhotse. The summits of Lhotse and Everest mountains are connected by the South. Although mount lies in the Mount Everest's massif it is considered an independent mountain which is the 4th highest mountain in the world. The Lhotse South Face is also one of the largest mountain faces in the world. It has the gigantic height of 8,516 m which was first attempted to climb by mountaineers but succeeded only in 1984 by the Swiss team.
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8516 m/ 27939.6ft
Lhotse Expedition shares the same standard route as far as Camp Four that is used for climbing the Mount Everest. You have the option of joining the expedition specifically to climb Lhotse, or as a combo climb, making the ascent directly after your Everest summit from South Col.