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 on: Oct 27 2017, 19:00 
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A collection of Lincoln Hall's mountaineering gear, clothing, and personal effects, has gone on display at the National Museum of Australia.

Lincoln Hall’s gear on display

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 on: Oct 24 2017, 23:21 
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In 2016 Junko Tabei the first woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest sadly passed away. Just before her death ‘Outside Online’ did her final interview.

Final Interview by Junko Tabei

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 on: Oct 22 2017, 23:09 
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British climber Sir Chris Bonington discusses conquering the greatest peaks in the world, staying active in his 80s, and why he feels lucky to be alive.

Bonington: Mount Everest brought me to tears

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 on: Oct 19 2017, 23:17 
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Furtenbach Adventures are offering a ‘Flash Mount Everest climb’ in just four weeks at a cost of € 95.000 (approx £85.000).

Climb Everest in 4 Weeks for 95.000 Euro

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 on: Oct 18 2017, 00:26 
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‘Everest: It’s not about the Summit’ by Ellis Stewart sold very well as a paperback. By demand Ellis is now looking at publishing the book as a hardback limited to 250.

Everest: It’s not about the Summit

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 on: Oct 15 2017, 23:06 
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Italian mountaineer Reinhold Messner is perhaps one of the world’s last great adventurers: He has climbed the highest peaks, crossed Antarctica and hunted for the yeti.

Reinhold Messner and the art of not getting killed

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 on: Oct 13 2017, 23:37 
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The watch which was worn by Gurkhas to reach the summit of Mount Everest and made by a Stamford firm is to be auctioned off.

Mount Everest watch to be auctioned off

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 on: Oct 11 2017, 23:19 
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A disabled war veteran will attempt to trek to the world’s highest mountain next month to raise money for the Kent-based military and disability charity.

Disabled War Veteran heads for Mount Everest Base Camp for Charity

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 on: Oct 9 2017, 01:29 
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Priya Adhikari spends her days in a rescue chopper, carrying out search and rescue operations in the Himalayas and has rescued countless injured climbers from Mount Everest.

Female Pilot had rescued climbers from Mount Everest

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 on: Oct 6 2017, 21:24 
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A recent order by the PMO delivered through the Defence Ministry to the Army to remove garbage left by climbers on Mount Everest has caused much dismay and disquiet both amongst the veterans and the serving men.

Clearing Everest Garbage is not an Army Job

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