Everest 2011: Training for the Khumbu Icefall (Photos) - National Geographic ADVENTURE

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Heck, look at how the ladders are connected. With just ropes. Golly, that's scary.

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Well it's seems you have enjoyed there a lot and i like the way you have illustrated your trip. Anyways keep it up and keep continue with your valuable thoughts.

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I climbed Everest this season too. Also practiced in the same area of this video. The Sherpas aren't as wonderful as everyone makes them out to be. Ours lied about stuff and the sherpas and our leader left me to die alone on the mountain and I had to fight for my life to get down alive. Read High Crimes ... good book about all the crime and unhumane stuff that happens on the mountain when teams and individuals become blind with summit fever and disregard others life for their own summit.
For more info pls visit here:
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http://iibcc.org/index.php?title=Main_Page/

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Well it's seems you have enjoyed there a lot and i like the way you have illustrated your trip. Anyways keep it up and keep continue with your valuable thoughts.

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These are some great shots. It must be hard to be on those ladders with the ice picks on.

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