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The southern side of the mountain, in Nepal, technically remains open—even after the earthquake killed more than 5,000 people, including 18 at Everest Base Camp.
“You grow up in a cult,” says Juliana Buhring, “and everybody thinks there’s something wrong with you.”
American Ben Ayers was on business in Chaurikharka, one of the villages below Lukla, in Nepal, when the April 25 quake hit.
As rescue efforts continue at Base Camp, attention shifts to dozens of climbers trapped at Camps I and II