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1. Mount Everest's Most Extraordinary Challengers
September 28, 2017

If ever there was a testament to human courage, strength and determination, it is Mount Everest. Since it first became known to the world outside of its immediate surroundings, Everest is a conquest that has incited excitement, mystery, fear and adrenaline in explorers from every corner of the globe. The imposing mountain in the Mahalangur Range is the highest on the planet, with its peak an astonishing 8,850 metres above sea level. Those brave enough to step foot on Everest must overcome extreme conditions, altitude, a lack of oxygen and their own limitations to rise into the heavens. Ho... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Volkmar Guido Hable - Into the Cold
January 12, 2017

Volkmar Guido Hable - Into the Cold An account of the ascent to the summit of Mt. Everest during the mountain's deadliest year. Sternheim Press is pleased to announce the publication of Into the Cold., by Volkmar Guido Hable. Mount Everest, rising 8,850m (29,035ft) above sea level reigns as the highest mountain on Earth. Since the first ascent in 1953 by Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, reaching the summit of Everest has been considered one of the greatest achievements in Mountaineering. For most people, Everest is a once in a lifetime experience because of the costs, ... (read more)

Author: KJ Newswire

3. Trek Climb Ski Nepal an Adventurous Choice for 2017 Travel Holiday Plans
December 26, 2016

Trekking across the Himalayas tops many an intrepid adventurer’s travel bucket list. Boutique adventure travel company Trek Climb Ski Nepal specializes in making it happen. Trek Climb Ski Nepal gives adventure seekers a chance to hike on awe-inspiring trails or experience mountain climbing or skiing in the Himalayas. What sets it apart from other adventure travel companies is that it’s an Australian-based company co-owned by five Nepalese families who have a vested interest in the safety and success of every trip. The company prides itself with a 100 percent safety record with not ev... (read more)

Author: John Doe

4. Indian Couple Faces 10-year Ban for Faking Everest Climb
August 30, 2016

Nepal has imposed a 10-year mountaineering ban on an Indian couple who authorities said faked reaching the summit of Mount Everest. Dinesh and Tarakeshwari Rathod, two police constables from Pune, claimed to have reached the peak in May, but many climbers argued their photos were faked.  The couple and their guides deny those arguments. Nepal's tourism department initially certified their climb, but later moved to investigate the photos. The investigation found that the couple...... (read more)

5. Son of Famed Sherpa, Experts: Mount Everest Melting
June 28, 2016

After bearing witness to the gigantic mountain's two deadliest years on record, some 400 climbers are celebrating recent ascents of Mt. Everest, the first expeditions to summit successfully since the 2014 climbing season. Although six climbers, including one Sherpa, died during the 2016 season, experts say the string of deadly avalanches and earthquakes that forced repeated evacuations of the mountain, which claimed at least 40 lives over the past 48 months, may not be a thing of the past. “It is shrinking,” Dr. Nima Namgyal Sherpa, an Everest expedition organizer, tol... (read more)

6. Everest Climbers Make Ascent to Inspire Others
May 31, 2016

Climbing Mount Everest, at 8,848 meters the tallest mountain in the world, has long been the ultimate challenge for people with something to prove. Two of the most recent teams making a bid for the summit learned how the lonely task of climbing a mountain can bring you closer to other people. On May 24, retired U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Chad Jukes, 32, became the first combat wounded veteran to get to the summit of Mount Everest, climbing with an artificial leg to replace the limb he lost to an improvised explosive device in Iraq in 2006. Jukes, an accomplished climber, was accompanied... (read more)

7. Nepal Honors 9 Sherpas Who Paved Way for Everest Climbers
May 29, 2016

KATHMANDU, NEPAL— Nepal celebrated Everest Day on Sunday by honoring nine Sherpa guides who fixed ropes and dug the route to the summit so hundreds of climbers could scale the world's highest mountain this month, following two years of disasters.    Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Oli praised the men at the ceremony in Kathmandu, where they were presented with bouquets and given checks for 50,000 rupees ($460).   "The secret behind the more than 400 climbers ascending Mount Everest is the successful rope fixing and successful route fixing,'' Oli said. "... (read more)

8. Everest Tragedy Highlights Sherpa's Plight
May 24, 2016

For mountaineers, the allure of Everest is obvious: As the highest place on Earth, it’s an accomplishment unparalleled. For the Sherpas who live at the foot of the mountain, it is a holy place called Chomolunga — Mother God of the Earth.   It was first conquered in 1953 by New Zealander Edmund Hillary and local Sherpa Tenzing Norgay, and since then it has proven deadly for both.  There are more than 200 human bodies scattered along the mountainside, and another four have died on its slopes so far this year. All of that is explored in a new documentary ... (read more)

9. Are Sherpas Dying so Rich Foreignenrs can fulfill their Mt. Everest dreams?
May 24, 2016

At least four people have died on Mt. Everest this week. Three of them amateur climbers, and one a Sherpa mountain guide. And he is not the first one. Dozens of Sherpas have lost their lives guiding foreigners to the summit of the world's tallest mountain since 1953, when British expeditioner Edmund Hillary and local Sherpa Tenzing Norgay made the first ascent on Everest.... (read more)

10. Safety Concerns Rise as Death Toll Climbs on Everest
May 24, 2016

Mount Everest has claimed four lives in as many days, while two other climbers remained missing Tuesday on the crowded, treacherous mountain. An Indian climber died while being helped down from the summit, days after a Dutch man, an Australian woman and a Sherpa died near the peak. Two other Indian climbers are missing. Dozens of other climbers have developed frostbite or become sick near the summit in recent days, including the Australian woman's husband, who was taken by helicopter to a hospital in Kathmandu on Monday. Relatively good conditions so far this year have brought ... (read more)

11. Everest Tragedy Highlights Plight of Sherpas
May 24, 2016

At least four people have died on Mt. Everest this week — three of them amateur climbers, and one a Sherpa mountain guide. Dozens of Sherpas have lost their lives guiding foreigners to the summit of the world's tallest mountain since 1953, when a British man and a local Sherpa made the first ascent on Everest. The son of the first Sherpa to reach the top is slamming the mountain-climbing industry for exploiting Sherpas who risk their lives for a pittance. VOA's Penelope Poulou has more.... (read more)

12. Risks in Climbing Everest in Focus as 3 Die, 2 Go Missing
May 23, 2016

KATHMANDU, NEPAL— An Indian climber has died while being helped down Mount Everest, just a couple of days after a Dutch and an Australian died near the peak. Two other Indian climbers are missing, and experts say some of the tragedy may have been avoidable. Poor planning and overcrowding on the world's tallest peak may have led to bottlenecks that kept people delayed at the highest reaches while waiting for the path to clear lower down, Ang Tshering of the Nepal Mountaineering Association said Monday.   “This was a man-made disaster that may have been minimized with bett... (read more)

13. More Than 150 Scale Mount Everest After Weather Improves
May 19, 2016

KATHMANDU, NEPAL— More than 150 climbers scaled Mount Everest as better weather conditions Thursday led to a crowded day atop the world's highest peak, a Nepal official at the base camp said. A team of soldiers from United Arab Emirates and other teams from the Indian army were among the climbers on the summit, Department of Mountaineering official Gyanendra Shrestha said. He said it was hard to say exactly the number of people who have reached the summit or their nationalities but it was a busy day on the summit. Many of them were returning safely to lower camps, and the weather ... (read more)

14. Three Foreigners Become First to Scale Everest in Two Years
May 12, 2016

Two Britons and a Mexican have reached the summit of Mount Everest along with three Nepali guides - the first foreigners to do so in two years, officials said Thursday. Kenton Cool, 42, Robert Richard Lucas, 47, and David Liano Gonzalez, 36, reached the 8,850 meter peak early Thursday and are already headed back down. A team of nine sherpas reached the summit Wednesday from the Nepali side to fix ropes for the foreign climbers in time for the first clear weather window of this year's campaign to open. A devastating earthquake killed 19 climbers at base camp last year, causing t... (read more)

15. Nine Sherpas First to Climb Everest After Nepal Disasters
May 11, 2016

KATHMANDU— A Nepali sherpa led a nine-man team to the top of Mount Everest on Wednesday, becoming the first to scale the world's tallest peak from the Nepali side since a deadly earthquake in 2015 and a fatal avalanche the year before forced climbers to retreat. The mountain guide was part of a rope-fixing team preparing the final stretch to the 8,850-metre (29,035-foot) summit, running along the Southeast Ridge route, for teams to make their own attempts in the next few days. "Sherra Gyalgen Sherpa reached the top of Sagarmatha at 5.05 p.m. (1120 GMT)," said Ang Tsherin... (read more)

16. Climbers Near Everest Summit for First Time in 3 Years
May 10, 2016

KATHMANDU— Climbers on Mount Everest are on the brink of the first attempts in three years to make the final ascent to the world's tallest peak, after fatal avalanches cut short the 2014 and 2015 campaigns. Teams at forward camps are looking for a weather "window" to open in the next few days, clearing the way to the 8,850 meter (29,035 foot summit) along the Southeast Ridge first climbed by New Zealand's Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay in 1953. The southern route, on the Nepali side of the mountain, has suffered tragedy over the past two years, with 16 ... (read more)

17. Tibetans Still in Tents One Year After Massive Nepal Quake
April 28, 2016

A year after Nepal’s massive earthquake forced an Everest climbing expedition to withdraw from the mountain, climbers have returned to base camp. “It’s quiet here; nobody bothers anyone,” Dr. Nima Namgyal Sherpa, an expedition organizer, told VOA's Tibetan service via cellphone. “For me, it is normal business.” Below the tallest mountain on Earth, lives of people affected by last year’s 7.8 magnitude quake are far from normal. Nepal reconstruction efforts have been glacially slow. With the exception of several internationally protected wor... (read more)

18. On Trek to Everest, A Chance to Push Boundaries, Find Peace
April 27, 2016

EVEREST BASE CAMP, NEPAL— We reach Everest Base Camp on a sunny but chilly afternoon, after an eight-day trek that stretched our physical and mental limits.   Aching knees from steep descents and headaches from mild altitude sickness are forgotten as the yellow and orange tents for the summit-bound, framed by some of Himalaya's highest snow-capped peaks, come into view.   We stay for only about an hour on a hill overlooking the camp, pitched near Everest's Khumbu icefall. We take photos, along with dozens of other amateur trekkers from across the globe, befor... (read more)

19. E-Tech Introduces Everest Accounting to Quickbooks Conversion Service
April 18, 2016

With a growing number of small to mid-sized businesses switching to Intuit’s QuickBooks Accounting system, E-Tech debuts a data migration service from Everest Accounting to QuickBooks Enterprise, Premier, Pro, or QuickBooks Online. With a number of businesses around the globe and especially those categorized as small and medium sized, QuickBooks is the primary accounting software they choose to run their bookkeeping off. With a market capitalization of USD 26 Billion, the company closed its accounts with a revenue of $4.2 Billion in Fiscal Year 2015. It’s partnerships with businesses and ... (read more)

Author: John Doe

20. Everest Base Camp Trekking - An Exhilarating Experience
February 07, 2015

An Everest Base Camp Trek is frequently an exhilarating and life-changing experience. You will reach view the highest peak on the planet in every its glory. Conquering Mount Everest has constantly been among the endeavors of climbers with the ages. Finally, Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay reached the summit in 1953. Today, 'the Land from the Sherpa' is really a popular place to go for trekkers from around the globe. Everest Base Camp Trekking is acceptable also for in good physical shape individuals who have no mount climbing experience. The Everest Base Camp Trek offers prob... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

21. Annapurna Basecamp Trekking with Asian Mystery Treks
January 02, 2014

Popular hiking areas Annapurna Base Camp Trek in Nepal also receives more tourists each year than the Mount Everest region. The mountains are beautiful great cultural experience is good access to the region easier. Of sub-tropical low hills near Pokhara Annapurna region extends to the Alpine valleys and arid deserts of the Tibetan plateau on the other side of the Himalayas, the area offers a truly diverse culture, flora and fauna for pedestrians. For the same reasons, found the Annapurna Basecamp trek is one of the ten best walks in the world. Other popular hikes in the region Annapurna Base C... (read more)

Author: Paul Thomas

22. Everest sherpas switch careers to luxury watch-making - China Infrared Therapy Machine
December 03, 2013

Kathmandu - In a modern, airy workshop located in a fashionableKathmandu shopping hub frequented by Nepal's rich and famous, twoskilled craftsmen assemble some of the world's most exclusiveluxury watches. For Namgel and Thundu Sherpa, the sedate, intricate world ofprecision watchmaking is about as far removed as possible fromtheir previous lives as Himalayan guides working in deeply hostile,often life-threatening conditions. Their unlikely career change followed a stint as guides for Britishadventurer Sir Ranulph Fiennes and Michael Kobold, founder of theUS-based Kobold watch company wh... (read more)

Author: guo ping

23. Replica Bell & Ross BR 01-96
November 14, 2013

Rolex Explorer, efficiently tested in the course of the first human conquest of the Mt. Everest in 1953, is a special watch designed for harsh conditions. It could comfortably stand up to temperatures from -20 levels to +40 degrees centigrade. Alternatively, Explorer II was specially designed for the speleologists (cave explorers), who work inside deep caverns for days on end. Whereas working contained in the caves Replica Tag Heuer with no pure sources of sunshine, it's easy for them to lose monitor of the time. To solve this drawback, Rolex designed the Explorer II. The additional 24 ... (read more)

Author: Jennihey Johnson

24. The Most Difficult Task
November 14, 2013

by Frederick Hoehn, copyright 2013, all rights reserved. Some people have difficult things to do. Digging ditches with a shovel is quite laborious. I've done a little of it. They do it differently now, but when riveters were riveting steel ships together, that was very hard work, and rather dangerous handling those very hot rivets. Being a cook is not thought of as hard manual labor, but they often work in hot kitchens. It can be very hard to breathe if you're climbing Mt. Everest. But the hardest thing to do is control the tongue. ___James chapte... (read more)

Author: Frederick Hoehn

25. A Wine Lover's Near-Weekly Review Of $15 Wines - A Rose From The Israeli Galil Mountains
November 06, 2013

The Upper Galilee is a fine Israeli wine region and has been growing grapes, presumably wine grapes, for some two thousand years. The vineyard is near a mountain range reaching a kilometer, about three-fifths of a mile, into the sky. While it's not Everest (which to my knowledge grows no grapes) this is Israel's highest elevation. The Galil Mountain Winery produced some 1.2 million bottles of wine last year, of which 90% were red. Their website includes winemaker's notes for this wine. If you're in the neighborhood they offer a guided tour for a charge. The companion wine is a dark rose from c... (read more)

Author: Levi Reiss

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