Mountaineers Rushing to Everest

Everest Base Camp
On the morning of April 18, 2014, a massive avalanche roared off the mountain’s West Shoulder and swept down over the Khumbu Ice-fall above Base Camp, killing 16 Nepalese porters. Thirteen of them were ethnic Sherpas, who form the backbone of the Everest climbing industry. It was the worst accident in the history of mountaineering on the world’s highest peak.

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