I bet Everest has always been on your mind. It’s one of those things that many want to accomplish. There is something about challenging the human body and mind that thrills us.
Why would anybody want to endure the struggle in such brutal conditions and temperatures? Why do they do it?… Why not?
If you never challenge yourself to do something you’re unsure of, you will always be unsure. As Tony Robbins said – “the biggest risk in life is not taking one at all.”
Located in the Himalayas in Asia, Mt. Everest is the highest mountain in the world, which makes it the ultimate check off on most everyone’s bucket list. Is it feasible? Is it easy?…yes, and no.
You know that saying, “if it was easy, everyone would do it?” That’s why it’s such a big deal to climb Everest — because it’s not easy.
Since 1977 this mountain claims at least one life per year, so don’t take this climb lightly. If you want to do something, do it, just make sure you have the proper training for it.
Live the life you want, whatever that may be. If your body is telling you to take a risk, listen. This is a life goal for many. If you are serious about this, make sure you are properly trained.
The worlds highest mountain isn’t going to be an easy climb, but with the proper training and gear, it is doable.
Picture yourself at 29,029 ft. Now, is it worth it? The negative temperatures, steep climbs, high altitudes, and brutal weather is no joke, but is the view and the satisfaction worth it? If you make a commitment to yourself, you gotta make it happen. You won’t know if you never do it.
If you’re serious about taking on the biggest baddest mountain in the world, call on Inclusive Excursions to guide you.