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Rescuers recover bodies of three French climbers lost in Nepal Himalayas
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Nov
2021
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Himalaya Roundup: Ama Dablam Summits, A Makalu Casualty, Indian Himalaya Closed to Trekkers

The snow and rain ceased in Nepal’s mountains last weekend, speeding up the work of fixing teams on Ama Dablam. The beautiful peak has already seen a few summits, including three today. The tragic news this season relates to trekking groups. The floods and landslides in northern India, in which several trekkers and many locals died, have also affected Nepal. Authorities have closed some of the country’s most popular mountain…
Nov
2021
2

Everest’s 100 years of destiny and death on the roof of the world

(CNN) — It’s a fact every school child knows: Mount Everest is the tallest mountain in the world. It’s a truth that feels ancient and inevitable, an unassailable certainty that draws hundreds of climbers to attempt the summit each year — because, in the words of George Mallory, one of the first mountaineers to conquer it, “it’s there.” However, this fascination with the mountain whose historic Tibetan name is Qomolangma…
Nov
2021
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Hopes fade for French climbers missing in Himalayas

Issued on: 01/11/2021 – 15:22Modified: 01/11/2021 – 15:20 Hopes faded Monday for three French climbers missing in the Himalayas after an avalanche, with their national climbing federation putting the chances of finding them alive at “practically zero”. Advertising Read more The trio were attempting to scale Mingbo Eiger, a 6,000-metre (19,700-feet) peak near Mount Everest in Nepal, and were last heard from via satellite phone from their camp on October…
Oct
2021
31

Three French climbers missing after an avalanche in the Himalayas

10/31/2021 at 17:00 CET . Three french climbers are missing due to an avalanche that occurred in the Himalayan mountains from Nepal, where a search and rescue operation has begun. A head of the Holiday Himalaya expedition company, Pralhad Chapagain, told . that the avalanche occurred this Saturday on Mount Khangtega, in the Khumbu region. An expedition made up of eight mountaineersThree Frenchmen among them were affected by the avalanche,…
Oct
2021
30

Everest’s 100 years of destiny and death on the roof of the world

(CNN) — It’s a fact every school child knows: Mount Everest is the tallest mountain in the world. It’s a truth that feels ancient and inevitable, an unassailable certainty that draws hundreds of climbers to attempt the summit each year — because, in the words of George Mallory, one of the first mountaineers to conquer it, “it’s there.” However, this fascination with the mountain whose historic Tibetan name is Qomolangma…
Oct
2021
28

Everest’s 100 years of destiny and death on the roof of the world

(CNN) — It’s a fact every school child knows: Mount Everest is the tallest mountain in the world. It’s a truth that feels ancient and inevitable, an unassailable certainty that draws hundreds of climbers to attempt the summit each year — because, in the words of George Mallory, one of the first mountaineers to conquer it, “it’s there.” However, this fascination with the mountain whose historic Tibetan name is Qomolangma…
Oct
2021
27

Himalaya Roundup: Ama Dablam Summits, A Makalu Casualty, Indian Himalaya Closed to Trekkers

The snow and rain ceased in Nepal’s mountains last weekend, speeding up the work of fixing teams on Ama Dablam. The beautiful peak has already seen a few summits, including three today. The tragic news this season relates to trekking groups. The floods and landslides in northern India, in which several trekkers and many locals died, have also affected Nepal. Authorities have closed some of the country’s most popular mountain…