Three Indian climbers came home to celebrations and fanfare for summiting Mount Everest last month, but there was one problem—they may have never gone above Camp III.
On Monday, a second American died on Everest, bringing this season’s death toll to 11
On April 23, 2019, Wui Kin Chin and Nima Tshering Sherpa stood on top of Nepal’s Annapurna, the deadliest 8,000-meter peak in the world
It's the third death of the spring climbing season
Eight deaths, three missing climbers, six mountains—and the real Everest summit push hasn’t even started
For the second year in a row, 49 year-old Kami Rita Sherpa from the Himalayan village of Thame village has broken the record for most Everest summits
20 percent of climbers on the world's highest peak this season are women
No other topic attracts more attention around Mount Everest than dead bodies.
Three died and four were injured on Sunday when a plane veered off course.
Hundreds of climbers are streaming into Nepal and Tibet this week as the spring climbing season on Mount Everest begins.
After 14 days of searching for missing Nanga Parbat climbers Daniele Nardi and Tom Ballard, their bodies were found
New rules mean two things: Everest is more expensive and harder to climb from China.
On July 9, 65-year-old Scottish climber Rick Allen left his three teammates on Broad Peak in Pakistan’s Karakorum Range to make a solo push on a new route up a steep ice cliff. He didn’t return.
Days after breaking his neck in a freak surf accident in December 2014, Australian Steve Plain made an odd decision: to climb the Seven Summits, the highest peak on each continent.
Last week, Outside reported on the Ukrainian Everest expedition that left $50,000 of cryptocurrency on the summit of Everest. But we missed one very crucial piece of information.
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