Western Cwm

The Western Cwm is located on the Nepal side of Mount Everest on the South East Ridge route to the summit at around 20,000 feet/6,000 meters. I have added an article giving more details about the Western Cwm. Article: Western Cwm

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Articles Update

The following articles have now had photographs added to them: The Oldest to Summit Mount Everest The Youngest to Summit Mount Everest Naming Mount Everest What Gear do I need to Climb Mount Everest? Thank you to those who have given me permission to use their photographs. I will add photographs to the other articles in due course.

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Sherpa Review

A new film, SHERPA: Trouble on Everest brings us the story of climbing Everest from the perspective of the high-altitude Himalayan workers. It reveals a fascinating, compelling and often tragic history from the first Sherpa to summit Everest, Tenzing Norgay, to the more turbulent recent years. I was given access to review the film before it comes cinema from December 15.

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Tenzing Energy Drink

Ex-Red Bull marketer Huib van Bockel has launched a rival energy drink called Tenzing – in partnership with Jamling Tenzing Norgay, the son of Sherpa Tenzing Norgay, who was the first man to climb Mount Everest with Sir Edmund Hillary. According to an interview in Marketing, van Bockel has been working on the new product since leaving Red Bull last

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Mount Everest Climate Change

Mount Everest is getting warmer for the past 50 years with the glaciers around the world’s highest peak shrinking “remarkably”, according to a Chinese research. The glaciers in 8,844-metre-high Mt Everest, known as Mt Qomolangma in Tibet, have been shrinking “remarkably” which leads to swelling glacial lakes and rivers downstream, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Hunan University of Science and Technology

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Mount Everest Facts

Learn some facts and statistics about the British climbers on Mount Everest via video. Information such as: What route is used the most Average age of climbers How many woman climbers compaired to men there are and more!

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Web Poll

I have added a new Poll question for the month of December, the question is ‘Is the missing camera with Andrew Irvine’s body?’. Please take your vote thank you. If you have a question you would like to see as the monthly poll then please contact me.

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Articles Update

The following articles have now had photographs added to them: The Summit Work of the Ice Doctors Frostbite at High Altitude Why Bodies are Left on Mount Everest Rubbish on Mount Everest Thank you to those who have given me permission to use their photographs. I will add photographs to the other articles in due course.

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Everest Lakes Danger

Lakes that have been forming near Mount Everest could threaten settlements downstream if they overflow. Ponds on the surface of the Khumbu glacier in the Himalayas have expanded and joined together to form larger bodies of water. Climbers need to cross the glacier, including the treacherous Khumbu Icefall, to climb the mighty peak. The accelerated meltdown of glaciers in the

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Everest 2016

I have started to add British teams that are hoping to reach the summit of Mount Everest in 2016. British Mount Everest 2016 Expeditions If you are of British nationality and climbing Mount Everest during 2016 then contact us and I will add your details. You will get a free link back to your website or Facebook page!

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