Conquering Everest


Climbing Everest entails confronting immense danger while showcasing extraordinary heroism. These climbers navigate treacherous heights, facing the wrath of nature where even a small misstep can lead to dire consequences. They brave blizzards and freezing temperatures, pushing the limits of human strength and endurance, defying what seems possible. Overcoming oxygen deprivation and exhaustion, they epitomize resilience, confronting fears and embracing the breathtaking beauty of the Himalayas. 

Through comprehensive data tracking since 1953, we can monitor the number of successes and failures that have occurred during Everest expeditions, providing valuable insights into the history of climbing the world's highest peak.

Regrettably, this year we lost one of our Hungarian climbers, Szilard Suhajda, during the Everest expedition.

We created this riport to honor the memory of these courageous heroes as Szilard who have braved the dangers of Everest and left an indelible mark on the annals of mountaineering history.