The mythical status of the highest mountain on Earth makes a trek to Everest Base Camp (5,380m) in Nepal a true 'bucket list' challenge.
A six-year-old Indian boy reached the Base Camp in 2016, someone drove up in a Nissan GT-R and there's even been a pop-up restaurant so it is achievable with the right preparation.
Here's what it involves and also how it compares to the other 'classic' overseas treks.
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Trekking at altitude presents an added challenge, but with the right knowledge and preparation, it's possible to minimise the effects. The Altitude Centre's Ellie Dolbear explains how.
When it comes to scenery, difficulty, training and kit, there is plenty to set Everest Base Camp and Kilimanjaro treks apart. Adventurer Jo Bradshaw explains.
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