Bahrain Everest Expedition 2021

Bahrain Team's Journey To The Top Of The World


Follow the team's training.

Mount Manaslu

Bahrain’s Everest Team summits Mt Manaslu after 8 days of climbing and acclimatization.

Mount Lobouche

Bahrain’s Everest Team summits Mt Lobuche East after a 10-hour climb last Oct. 4, 2020

Mount Everest

In April of 2021, Bahrain Team will begin their journey to the top of the world.

The Road To Everest

Team's Experience

“Reaching the Manaslu summit has boosted the team’s aptitudes to scale Mount Everest in 2021 and raise the Bahraini flag at the summit.”

HH Shaikh Nasser

“The acclimatization of Lobuche and Manaslu is probably the most important aspect of the climb. We found ourselves gasping for breath because of the lack of oxygen as you start pushing past 3000 meters, especially on Manaslu as we got higher. I don’t think anyone had a good night’s sleep in those 8 days as it’s very uncomfortable.”

Team Leader

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Sean West

an overview

The Highest Peak

Mount Everest, its peak standing at 8,848m above sea level, represents in the purest form, the wonder and magnificence of nature. The legendary mountain presides over the Himalayan range, overlooking Nepal and Tibet. Apart from it being the highest peak in the world, the dominating Everest renders a certain aura about it, setting it apart from the others, demanding more commitment from its explorers, affording some of the most testing physical challenges faced by men and women on this earth. Many have tried but few have succeeded in conquering Everest.

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