Rescue teams on Mount Everest use manpower. If you are very high up then there is a high chance you will not get rescued, this is because it is hard enough to survive in the thin air without having to struggle carry/moving someone else down the mountain.
Teams on Mount Everest use local food where possible brought in by there cook. They also ship tons of food over from there own country.
We use Mount Everest for climbing and mountaineering.
The main use for people on Mount Everest is climbing/mountaineering.
Mount Everest use to be called a junk yard because of the amount of rubbish climbers use to leave behind on the mountain. Today this has improved a lot with teams going there just to bring rubbish down.
Mount Everest is used by people for climbing and mountaineering.
People from all around the world use Mount Everest for mountaineering/climbing.
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People use Mount Everest for climbing
This is hard to answer, there use to be many hundreds of canisters dumped in different camps on Mount Everest but today there are dedicated teams whos job it is to bring down any rubbish like this they find.
Edmund Hillary did use artificial oxygen on Mount Everest when going for the summit.
Any waste, human and food, is brought down off the mountain by the expedition teams. Mount Everest is a lot cleaner now than it use to be. Climbers would just leave there waste or bury it under snow but today teams must bring it all down with them.
There are lots of languages used on Mount Everest. It depends what countries are there to climb the mountain.
Expeditions on Mount Everest do not take any water with them. They melt the snow and ice that is on the mountain to use as there water.
There use to be a lot of debri/rubbish on the slopes of Mount Everest but over the last few years there have been dedicated climbing teams whos sole purpose is to bring down as much rubbish as they can.
Your oxygen tank can run out anytime during your climb on Mount Everest. It all depends on how much you use it and how heavy your breathing is.
The hardest part of climbing Mount Everest is getting use to the high altitude. The mountain itself is not a technical climb.
All expeditions that go to Mount Everest take there own portable generators with them which gives them electric at Base Camp.
Nearly everybody who lives by Mount Everest survives. The people who live in the surrounding villages are use to the extreme weather in that region.
There are camps on Mount Everest to allow the climber to sleep at. It is near impossable to climb Everest in one go. It can take weeks for the climber to get use to the thin air before making there attempt on the summit.
Climbers use bottled oxygen on Mount Everest to help them breathe more easily because the higher you climb the less oxygen there is.
Tim Macartney-Snape reached the summit of Mount Everest on the 3rd October 1984 without the use of artifical oxygen.
As of date, 2016 there has been no Indian woman who had reached the summit of Mount Everest without the use of oxygen.
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Like anywhere on earth, as soon as the sun goes down use loose the heat, so yes it does get colder at night on Mount Everest.