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 61 
 on: Apr 25 2018, 20:14 
Started by Jedi - Last post by Jedi
At least two climbing Sherpas were injured when the icefall section of the Mount Everest witnessed an ice collapse early this morning, according to the expedition officials.

Two injured as ice collapse hits Mount Everest route

 62 
 on: Apr 24 2018, 03:19 
Started by Cy Kaicener - Last post by Cy Kaicener
Update April 22   --  http://www.alanarnette.com/blog/2018/04/22/everest-2018-stormy-future-for-everest-and-the-other-8000ers/

 63 
 on: Apr 23 2018, 23:44 
Started by Jedi - Last post by Jedi
As Nepal's 2018 climbing season gets under way, Nepalese companies are stepping up efforts to compete with Western operators helping foreign climbers to scale Mount Everest, the world's highest mountain.

Nepalese companies compete for Everest opportunities

 64 
 on: Apr 22 2018, 01:12 
Started by Jedi - Last post by Jedi
World renowned mountaineer Reinhold Messner said that climbing Mount Everest had become quite safe and economical.

Reinhold Messner says climbing Everest has become quite safe

 65 
 on: Apr 20 2018, 02:00 
Started by Cy Kaicener - Last post by Cy Kaicener
Follow the progress of teams on Everest this Spring
http://www.alanarnette.com/blog/2018/04/18/everest-2018-a-big-year-again/

 66 
 on: Apr 20 2018, 01:02 
Started by Jedi - Last post by Jedi
Lhakpa Sherpa from Nepal holds the world record for Everest summits by a woman and plans to return this month for another expedition to the top of the world.

Lhakpa Sherpa aiming for her ninth Everest summit

 67 
 on: Apr 20 2018, 01:01 
Started by Cy Kaicener - Last post by Jedi
Good luck to him, I will follow his Everest climb.

 68 
 on: Apr 19 2018, 02:03 
Started by Cy Kaicener - Last post by Cy Kaicener
https://www.adn.com/outdoors-adventure/2018/04/17/aussie-man-summits-denali-then-heads-to-everest-in-effort-to-set-seven-summits-speed-record/

 69 
 on: Apr 17 2018, 23:32 
Started by Jedi - Last post by Jedi
A team of renowned mountaineers who had pulled off a seemingly impossible expedition in 1978 has returned to Nepal to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the historic summit when two of its members scaled Mount Everest without using bottled oxygen.

Messner, Habeler and team in Nepal for 40th anniversary of Everest climb

 70 
 on: Apr 17 2018, 00:02 
Started by Jedi - Last post by Jedi
Follow the daily dispatches of the British climbers as they attempt to reach the summit of Mount Everest and return safely back to Base Camp.

British Mount Everest Dispatches

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