I can’t find a clear answer on how much snow there is at the top of Everest, but the height of the actual rock mountain is 29,035ft PLUS the snow. So that number represents the actual height of the mountain, but if you were standing on the top, you’d be a little higher because you’d be standing on a lot of snow.
There isn’t much snow on the peak of Everest; steepness and wind keep much of the upper mountain relatively bare except for cornices along edges and thin snow cover.
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