Mount Everest is located in the Mahalangur section of the Himalayas. It is the highest mountain on Earth. If you want to climb it there is two main climbing routes. they are the southeast ridge from Nepal and the north ridge from Tibet. It is surrounded by a number of substantial peaks including Lhotse.
Plateau of Tibet
It takes up 965,000 square miles of land. it is a region of tangled mountains and uplands that are above 13,000-14,000 feet tall. It also has the largest canyon in the world.
It is nicknamed "The Sea of Death." It has very cold temperatures. In China it is the warmest and driest desert. During the 1980's a series of perfectly preserved mummies were discovered in the Taklimakan Desert.
It has vast, arid, and cold weather. It takes up 500,000 square miles. Some landscapes are salt ponds, canyons, desert basins and Rocky Mountain ranges. The Gobi Desert is a major site for extracting fossil funnels in the planet.
The Dead Sea has the lowest elevation and the lowest body of water on Earth. The rainfall is scanty (scattered) and irregular. The name Dead Sea can be traced at least to the Hellenistic Age (323 to 30 BC)
Bay of Bengal
It takes up 839,000 square miles. The climate is dominated by the monsoons. From November through April high winds happen here. From June to September, there is a lot of rain fall.
Chang Jiang (Yangzi) River
The length is 3,915 miles (6,300 Kilometers). The source is on the plateau of Tibet. It borders 10 regions or provinces
Huang He River (Yellow River)
The Yellow River is the 6th longest river being 3,395 miles long. The source is the Kunlan mountains. The most creative use of the river was in WW2. It flows through China. Ships of many sizes sail through for many centuries and still today.