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Dead Bodies On Mount Everest
Unlike a fictional killing by Freddy Krueger, the summit of Mt. Everest is a dream that can truly end in death. Here are the horrific photographs of a failed common goal to achieve Himalayan greatness.
What makes K-2 the deadliest mountain in the world? Part-1 - News Pakistan
K-2, “Chogori”, Karakorum Range, second highest mountain in the world after Mount Everest, standing at 8,850 metres.
Do-It-Yourself "Amazing Race" Adventures
One step off a platform and it’s 200 feet straight down. Strapped into a harness and clinging to a rope, adventurers step, jump, or fall off the platform and let gravity take over, dropping deep into Batoka Gorge—a crevice cut by the Zambezi River in Zambia. They swing out over the African landscape, Tarzan-style, before coming to rest on the riverbed below.If this scenario sounds familiar, it’s because the leap already made its prime-time debut on the premiere episode of CBS show The…
Ice Climbing in Banff - The Ultimate Winter Adventure | The Planet D
You can ice climb eight months of the year in Alberta. There are three places in the world best for Climbing and Ice Climbing in Banff is one of them
Jacob Wells sends ice flying as he scales a frozen cliff in Ouray, Colorado, at the 19th annual Ouray Ice Festival on January 12. The festival draws thousands of climbers from across the U.S. and the world to this little mountain town. The nearby gorge features 200 ice routes artificially "farmed" by a piping system that sprays water daily onto the sheer walls to simulate the
The human icicles: Climbers tackle the world's hardest climb to become first to scale 450ft Canadian waterfall
Will Gadd, 44, and Tim Emmett, 37, spent two weeks plotting their ascent of the notoriously tricky Helmcken Falls in Canada - dubbed the world's hardest climb.
Mount Everest climbers live-blog their ascent, send breathtaking photos and real-time updates
A team of intrepid athletes has set out to summit Mount Everest's rarely visited West Ridge - and they’re live-blogging their ascent to bring the public to the roof of the world.
Martin Groves on the rope traverse. Bedrock in the foreground. This moulin exited from the side of the glacier ~ 50 m from the camera position.