They exchanged marriage vows at the highest point on the planet -Everest.

A couple from America decided to plan an extraordinary wedding trip for themselves, in which extreme climbers spent three weeks climbing to exchange rings at the top of the world.

Every couple wishes to make their wedding day one-of-a-kind and memorable for the rest of their lives.

California’s James Sissom and Ashley Schmieder went all out.

They exchanged marriage vows at the top of the world – Everest – after months of training and three weeks of the most difficult mountain climbing.

The bride and groom were accompanied on their journey by a specially hired wedding photographer who documented every step.

35-year-old James Sissom and 32-year-old Ashley Schmider have been planning their honeymoon for a whole year.

They had to train a lot to withstand a three-week difficult mountain hike.

The bride and groom dreamed of exchanging rings and marital vows at the base climbing camp on Everest, at an altitude of more than 5000 m.

Extreme athletes did not reach the summit; this perilous hike necessitates far more serious preparation.

“We deliberated for a long time and decided that a traditional wedding is not for us,” Ashley says.

— We warmly treat family and friends, but still, we decided to escape from everyone and arrange an incredible honeymoon.

We both love hiking, went to the mountains to a height of 3000 m.

And that’s why we knew that the three-week journey to the Everest base camp would be harder than anything we had already been through.”

Despite the unusual nature of the ceremony, James in a tuxedo and Ashley in an elegant white dress looked quite traditional for a wedding.

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