Advertisement Skip this ad »
  • Photo: Jimmy Chin

    Skiing Mount Everest

    Jimmy Chin and Dave Hahn settle into their tent at Camp IV (26,000ft).

  • Photo: Jimmy Chin

    Skiing Mount Everest

    Rob and Kit DesLauriers prepare food and gear at Camp II (21,000ft) for their move up to Camp III (24,000ft).

  • Photo: Jimmy Chin

    Skiing Mount Everest

    Dave Hahn and Kit and Rob DesLauriers climb above the Balcony with Makalu in the background.

  • Photo: Jimmy Chin

    Skiing Mount Everest

    Clouds above Lhotse signify extreme winds above 26,000ft.

  • Photo: Jimmy Chin

    Skiing Mount Everest

    Kit DesLauriers crosses one of the many tied ladder bridges spanning crevasses on the Western Cwm.

  • Photo: Jimmy Chin

    Skiing Mount Everest

    A gorak looks over Base Camp.

  • Photo: Jimmy Chin

    Skiing Mount Everest

    Kit DesLauriers climbs above Camp III on a late afternoon gear test run.

  • Photo: Jimmy Chin

    Skiing Mount Everest

    Kit DesLauriers makes her way through the upper bench above the Khumbu Icefall.

  • Photo: Jimmy Chin

    Skiing Mount Everest

    Everest Base Camp with the sun rising above Everest's West Ridge.

  • Photo: Jimmy Chin

    Skiing Mount Everest

    Eight of the climbing Sherpas at Camp II during one of their rare rest days. (Clockwise: Lakpa Gelge, Danuru, Arita, Sonam, Mingma, Ang Namgay, Pasang Tenzin, Mingma Dorje.)

  • Photo: Jimmy Chin

    Skiing Mount Everest

    A self portrait with Pumori in the background.

  • Photo: Jimmy Chin

    Skiing Mount Everest

    Arita Sherpa carries a load through the wild crevassed landscape of the Western Cwm.

  • Photo: Jimmy Chin

    Skiing Mount Everest

    Taking a break at the South Summit at 9:15 a.m., October18, 2006. (Left to right: Rob DesLauriers, Kit DesLauriers, and Dave Hahn.)

  • Photo: Jimmy Chin

    Skiing Mount Everest

    Rob DesLauriers climbs through spinddrift and high winds on the Lhotse Face.

  • Photo: Jimmy Chin

    Skiing Mount Everest

    Kit DesLauriers gets ready to "drop in" off the summit of Mount Everest (29,035ft).

  • Photo: Jimmy Chin

    Skiing Mount Everest

    Kit DesLauriers faces fall line and carves turns down the Lhotse Face (25,000ft).

  • Start over
    Next Up: The 20 Best Cold-Weather Dog Breeds

    More Galleries

    More at Outside

    Elsewhere on the Web

    Comments