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Extracting dead bodies from the Everest mountain ranges is dangerous and expensive. The main point of focus is working together to minimise such deaths and have proper protocol to look after the mountain and climbers.
'Traffic-jammed' Everest sees four more deaths as concerns over profits trumping safety measures reach new heights
A traffic jam of climbers in the Everest "death zone" was blamed for two of four new deaths reported Friday, heightening concerns that the drive for profits is trumping safety on the world's highest peak
Rescue operations called off for missing sherpa on Saser Kangri; Pemba had scaled Mt Everest eight times
Pemba Sherpa had scaled Everest eight times. But on Friday, 13 July, as he made his way down the Saser Kangri, he fell through an icy crevasse and has not been found since.
An Indian climber hailing from Uttar Pradesh has been reported missing while descending Mount Everest, an expedition organiser said on Sunday.
British mountaineers Kenton Cool and Robert Lucas became the first foreigners to summit Mount Everest after last year's earthquake ended climbing season
Nepal will arrange regular weather forecasts and tighten safety measures on Mount Everest to reassure climbers, an official said on Monday,
Chhanda Gayen, the first woman from West Bengal to climb the Everest, went missing as she was attempting to climb Kanchenjunga West.
The disaster underscored the huge risks borne by sherpas who carry food, fix ropes, repair ladders and more to enable climbers to reach the "roof of the world".
Many expeditions abandoned base camp this week after an 18 April avalanche killed 16 guides who were cracking ice and fixing ropes on the upper reaches of the Khumbu Icefall.
Nepal's attempts to salvage the Mount Everest climbing season took another hit Friday as more Sherpa mountain guides packed and left the base camp for their village homes.
Sherpa guides were leaving Mount Everest's base camp on Wednesday as part of a walkout following the mountain's deadliest disaster.
Sherpa guides on Mount Everest are considering a climbing boycott after the deadliest avalanche in the mountain's history.
Tenzing Norgay set the motion that would change the fortunes of the sherpa community after he scaled Mt Everest with Edmund Hillary.