'The ban should serve as a warning for mountaineers to follow ethics'
'No summit is worth a life,' says climber Leslie Binns
'I asked, "Do you mind if I go on," and she said, "Yes, you go on, I’ll wait for you here"'
Altitude sickness can befall anyone, and surprisingly can’t be prevented by someone including bacon or butter in their diet
Paresh Nath and Goutam Ghosh were last seen near the summit on Saturday, expedition organiser says
'Maybe it’s not your turn, maybe it’s not your fate, maybe the mountain is telling you not to climb it'
Eric Arnold and Maria Strydom died of apparent altitude sickness
Everest isn’t even the highest mountain, either, because Hawaii’s Mauna Kea stretches a lot higher – it just does a lot of that under the sea
Mallory began writing to Eleanor Holmes in 1923 after she sent a fan letter to him
Nepal’s tourism secretary said the move is intended to improve safety and maintain the 'glory' of the summit
- Officials want to stop disabled, elderly and very young climbers attempting to scale Everest
- Safety was brought into sharp focus last April when an avalanche killed 16 Nepalese guides
- Tourism minister wants to implement new rules before spring, the mountain's busiest period
The film, also starring Josh Brolin and Keira Knightley, is based on the 1996 disaster that killed eight people
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Wingsuits allow the wearer to both fall downwards and move across the sky at speeds up to 226mph
Yuichiro Miura, 80, who has had heart surgery four times is already in the oxygen-deficient 'death zone'