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Everest is a female Siberian Husky who debuted in the Season 2 episode "The New Pup". She is the PAW Patrol's snowy mountain pup, the seventh pup, and the ninth overall member of the team (including Ryder and the PAW Patroller). Her primary purpose is to clear snow from the roads during emergencies, and to use her grappling hook to get from place to place. The official website states she is the oldest pup at eight years old.
- 1 Bio
- 2 Nick Jr.com Description
- 3 Personality
- 4 Appearance
- 5 Attires
- 6 Equipment and Gadgets
- 6.1 Pup-Tag
- 6.2 Everest's Snowcat
- 6.3 Everest's Pup-Pack
- 6.4 Jet
- 7 Skills and Abilities
- 8 Catchphrases
Everest lived on the South Pole when she saved Jake, who was just about to fall off a snow cliff. Everest was then told about the PAW Patrol, whom she got to meet near the end of "The New Pup". She was made an official member (with her own badge) by Ryder during a camping trip before the episode ended. So far, she is the 7th canine member of the team, and she is the 2nd female member.
Nick Jr.com Description
Everest is a fun-loving Husky pup and the newest member of the PAW Patrol. She lives with Jake on his snowy mountain and loves 'belly-bogganing', sliding down on her belly. Ice or snow, she's ready to go!
Everest is an enthusiastic, kind, and helpful pup who loves performing rescues. She is very good friends with Jake, whom she is very affectionate towards. Even before she joined the PAW Patrol, she enjoyed rescuing penguins. She went out of her way to help Jake when they first met, by quickly offering him shelter in her igloo, guiding him through the storm, and digging a makeshift shelter to warm him up. She admits that she felt rather lonely without anyone to talk to. She was overjoyed to stay with him.
Everest also loves to eat anything liver flavored, such as liver flavored pup treats, and liver itself.
She is shown to be quite hyperactive and playful. She is more tomboyish than Skye, and likes snow-related activities, as well as anything to do with nature. They're still best friends despite their differences.
Everest is a young husky pup. She has grayish-lavender fur (similar in color to Rocky's) and has white fur on her paws, chest, and belly. Her tail also is grayish-lavender, with white fur on the bottom. She has blue eyes and white ears. She also wears a knit hat that is yellow and teal in color which she is rarely seen without. Her normal outfit consists of a teal jacket with a orange trim, and white fluff, Mostly at bedtime, She wears a teal colored nightcap.
Here is a gallery of Everest's attires throughout the series.
Standard outfit (as of Season 8)
Standard outfit without Pup Tag
Equipment and Gadgets
Like all of the PAW Patrol pups, Everest has her own personalized pup-tag. Hers is bright teal, with a shape of an Evergreen tree symbol on it, due to her status as the snow rescue pup, a place with a lot of them trees. It is used to communicate with Ryder, the Lookout, and the other PAW Patrol pups. When in use, the pup-tag flashes its light. The pup-tag also has a special mechanism, which allows the PAW Patrol pups to make video calls to other PAW Patrol members. Her Mighty Pup tag has a massive snowflake on it.
Everest's vehicle is a teal, silver and orange snowcat. She uses it as her pup house when she is not doing missions. The snowcat also features a claw/grabber to grab and displace large objects such as tree limbs. Her vehicle has a back compartment containing a medical sled, which may be deployed to help transport animals/people in need. The snow plow can clear snow from its path as it's going, so the route is easier to travel. Her vehicle number is 09.
Everest's pup-pack is equipped with her teal vest. It features a grappling hook and contains a foldable rocket-powered snowboard (the latter revealed in "Pups Save a Snowboard Competition").
In "Jet to the Rescue", Everest rides a silver jet with teal and orange highlights that has two modes: stealth and rescue. When in stealth mode, it can travel the skies without being detected. When in rescue mode, its wings pop out. Everest uses a grapple to grab and carry objects in the air.
Skills and Abilities
Everest, as shown in the series, is a hyperactive puppy. She is good at "belly-bogganing" (sliding down hills on her belly), and is good at saving people, like the rest of the PAW Patrol. She saved Jake in "The New Pup" by biting on to his pants, just before he fell off a cliff. She is very good with digging holes in snow banks.
When in her Mighty Pup form, she can freeze things with her ice breath.
- "Ice or snow, I'm ready to go!"
- "I was born to slide!"
- "Off the trail, Everest won't fail!"
- "I love rescues!"
- "Yeah, whoo-hoo!"
- "Time for the big chill!" (from "Mighty Pups, Super Paws: Pups Stop Harold's Deep Freeze")
- "In the air, Everest is there!" (from "Jet to the Rescue")
- "Ice or snow, I'm ready to go save Christmas!" (from "Pups Save a Bah Humdinger")
Mount Everest attracted the author because it is the highest, the mightiest and has defied many previous attempts.Is Everest easier without the Hillary step? ›
“Now, instead of the Hillary Step, you have some snow steps on a 45-degree angle,” Madison told Outside. “And it actually makes the climbing much easier because instead of ascending this pure vertical rock face, it's just walking up some snow steps with a fixed line.”Am I fit enough to climb Everest? ›
Climbers must be able to carry an average of 30 lbs. or more and be physically and mentally prepared to deal with strenuous situations at high altitudes. We encourage you to contact us so that we may assist you in developing a training program that meets your particular needs.
“While on top of Everest, I looked across the valley towards the great peak Makalu and mentally worked out a route about how it could be climbed. It showed me that even though I was standing on top of the world, it wasn't the end of everything. I was still looking beyond to other interesting challenges.”What according to the writer did his experience as an everester teach him short answer? ›
According to the writer his experience as an Everester provided him with the inspiration to face life's ordeals determinedly. It taught him that the conquest of the internal summit is as worthwhile as climbing the mountain.What lesson did peak learn from his Everest experience? ›
Everest! Families will be sucked into Peak's life-altering experience, as he learns life lessons about friendship and family. In the end, Peak must decide whether fame and recognition are more important than doing the right thing for his family and friends.Whose body lies on the Hillary Step? ›
May 1997: South African climber Bruce Herrod's body was found hanging from ropes at the bottom of the Hillary Step. Herrod became separated from his climbing party before summiting Everest in 1996, and he tried to make a night descent on his own.Has the Hillary Step collapsed? ›
The Hillary Step, a rocky outcrop at 8,770m, just beneath the summit of Everest (8,850m), has finally succumbed to gravity and partially collapsed.Has anyone climbed all the way to the top of Mount Everest? ›
Everest has always been a trophy, but now that almost 4,000 people have reached its summit, some more than once, the feat means less than it did a half century ago. Today, roughly 90 percent of the climbers on Everest are guided clients, many without basic climbing skills.How many calories do you burn climbing Everest? ›
Your body burns up about 6,000 calories a day on the mountain, and, as you climb, your appetite decreases. So there is a great need to consume as many calories as you can. Don't forget cooking equipment and mug. Many mountaineers prefer a non-insulated mug to warm hands.
As a rule, the bath in the Base Camp is essentially a large tent with a few barrels of cold and hot water. You heat the water on a gas stove (the gas is from the gas cylinders that the expedition brings along). During our trekking trips in the Himalayas, a lot of us got used to using wet wipes.How do you sleep when climbing Mt. Everest? ›
Where do you sleep during the trek. Accommodations during the trek to Everest base camp are the same throughout the route. The houses where you sleep are called lodges or teahouses. They are houses with normally more than two floors but sometimes only one, with dozens of rooms.Why is there no picture of Hillary on top of the Everest? ›
Hillary took a photo of Tenzing, and a number of other shots, but declined to have his own photograph taken when Tenzing offered. One wonders if there were moments between 29 May 1953 and the end of his life in January 2008, when he regretted that he hadn't taken the ultimate selfie.Did Hillary have oxygen on Everest? ›
After all, Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay's first ascent of Mt. Everest in 1952 was largely made possible by their use of bottled oxygen. The year prior, a Swiss team had come within striking distance of the summit, only forced to turn back because of their malfunctioning oxygen sets.Why don't they bring the bodies down from Everest? ›
Removing bodies is dangerous and costs thousands of dollars
Getting bodies out of the death zone is a hazardous chore. "It's expensive and it's risky, and it's incredibly dangerous for the Sherpas," Everest climber Alan Arnette previously told the CBC.
By climbing the summit of Everest, the author was overwhelmed by a deep sense of joy and thankfulness. It was a joy that lasts a lifetime. The experience changed him completely.What is the message in the movie Everest? ›
It's saying that even if your plan falls apart, don't give up on the goal, but stay smart and flexible in the process. Every good climber knows that getting to the top of the mountain, any mountain, is only part of the accomplishment. It's getting back down safely that's the real end result.What is the main idea of finding your Everest? ›
Of all the many feats of the Seven Summits, Romero's expedition is the first to suggest that the important thing here is not to climb the highest peaks, but rather to find your own version – any healthy pursuit that will inspire you to do more than you ever thought possible will do.What feature of Everest did draw the author to it? ›
The beauty of Everest, its aloofness, might and ruggedness drew the author to it. The difficulties that the author encountered on the way also were taken by him as challenges which he couldnt resist.