Nepal is considering banning severely disabled climbers and those deemed too old from Everest and other mountains in an attempt to improve safety
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The 1996 Sunday Times Everest Expedition was touted as a symbol of non-racial unity and achievement for the new South Africa.
All agree that the British-born leader of the First South African 1996 Everest Expedition, Ian Woodall, was the villain.
Everest documents the awe-inspiring journey of two different expeditions challenged beyond their limits by one of the fiercest snowstorms ever encountered by mankind.
The continued increase of greenhouse gas emissions in the world is threatening to melt the majority of glaciers found in the Everest, according to a research.
On the 16th on May exploratio will be hosting the Everest Challenge where 7 teams of 12 will try and climb the height of Everest from sea level (8848m) in just a mere 24 hours.
A Nepali police team has pulled out the bodies of about 50 people, including some foreign trekkers
An account by Florian who was at Base Camp on Mount Everest when the Nepal Earthquake struck.
The Mountain Club of South Africa would like to express its deepest sympathy to the Nepalese government and the people of Nepal in the wake of the disastrous earthquake
Our hearts go out to those affected by the earthquake in Nepal, and we pray for the more than 4,000 people who lost their lives on April 25, 2015.