Lhotse peak, Tibetan Buddhist mani stone wall, Phortse, Himalayas, Nepal.
Tibetan Buddhist mani stone wall, and prayer flags, on the high point between Pangboche and Phortse, in the Himalaya of eastern Nepal. Lhotse (upper right, 27,923 feet / 8511 meters, above sea level) is the world's fourth highest peak. The tremendous south face of Lhotse rises 2 vertical miles in a steep slope averaging a 55 degree angle. Sagarmatha National Park was created in 1976 and honored as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download