The risks and responsibilities of taking on Mt. Everest

Kathmandu, May 26 (IANS) A 73-year-old Japanese lady who climbed Mount Everest, the world's highest mountain, this past week has been awarded by the Guinness World Records. On Friday, Asian Trekking,

Contributor Network – 5 minutes ago The world's most famous peak, Mt. Everest, is expected to see vast overcrowding this weekend. This is the last weekend.

Last weekend's throng of more than 150 climbers trying to reach the summit of Mount Everest is being followed by a similar number attempting the same feat this weekend. The reason for the backlog is that the first good break in the nasty weather this

it is the holy grail for mounta mountaineers, the irresistible but deadly everest. this is what it looked like last week. climbers by the hundreds, each hoping to conquer the world 's tallest peak. on saturday, there was a short break in the weather

By Kerry Mcqueeney A teenager who became the youngest British woman to scale Mount Everest at the weekend has described the harrowing moment she walked around mountaineers killed in last weekend's deadly storm. As Leanna Shuttleworth ascended the top

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