A mesmerizing 360-degree video captured from the summit of Mount Everest is gaining widespread attention on the X app. Shared by user @historyinmemes, the viral video provides an unprecedented view of the iconic mountain, showcasing its snow-covered peaks and the intrepid climbers who conquer its heights.
The accompanying tweet reads, “A 360-degree camera view from the top of Mt Everest.” The captivating footage has garnered an impressive 35 million views and over 220,000 likes, eliciting widespread admiration for the awe-inspiring visuals.
Mount Everest, Earth’s loftiest peak above sea level, stands proudly in the Mahalangur Himal sub-range of the Himalayas, with the China–Nepal border intersecting at its summit point. The elevation of Mount Everest, measured as the snow height, was officially established at 8,848.86 meters (29,031.7 feet) based on assessments conducted by Nepali and Chinese authorities in 2020.
Pakistani mountaineers have etched their names in history by conquering this iconic peak. Trailblazers such as Nazir Sabir, Hasan Sadpara, Samina Baig, Shehroze Kashif, and Naila Kiani have all achieved remarkable feats on the world’s highest mountain. Notably, Shehroze Kashif earned the distinction of becoming the youngest Pakistani to summit Mount Everest in 2021.
The viral 360-degree video not only offers a visual spectacle but also serves as a testament to the indomitable spirit of those who dare to reach the pinnacle of Mount Everest, showcasing the natural beauty and challenges that define this awe-inspiring landmark.