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Video by @johnjohnburke Just a few hours from the summit, I captured this short clip, generally on the summit night I was focusing on the task at hand, Every ounce of energy mattered so even the process of retrieving the camera, removing a glove and capturing a picture seemed like energy that could be better spent on steps towards the summit. I look back and wish albeit without regret for how I made my choices, that I had more images but the handful I did get will mean something. The man in the blue down suit is Tamting Sherpa, one of the strongest, safest and soundest men on the mountain. We worked together from camp 4 till we got back to camp 4. He was the perfect guide for me, keeping watchful eye over how I worked, minimal conversation if any, and safe as I could hope for. Nobody climbs these mountains with these high altitude workers. Even the 'solo' 'unsupported' climbs are using the work of the Ice Doctors to camp 2 and of course the porters and staff at Base Camp and often above also. I hate the word Hero when it comes to sport, as ultimately it's a choice and it's for oneself, but if there are heroes on the mountains it's these guys. #everest17 #everest #sherpa#mountainclimbing #mounteverstofficial 
Ps. Can you spot the people on the side of the ridge just about half way between me and the summit?
Video by @johnjohnburke Just a few hours from the summit, I captured this short clip, generally on the summit night I was focusing on the task at hand, Every ounce of energy mattered so even the process of retrieving the camera, removing a glove and capturing a picture seemed like energy that could be better spent on steps towards the summit. I look back and wish albeit without regret for how I made my choices, that I had more images but the handful I did get will mean something. The man in the blue down suit is Tamting Sherpa, one of the strongest, safest and soundest men on the mountain. We worked together from camp 4 till we got back to camp 4. He was the perfect guide for me, keeping watchful eye over how I worked, minimal conversation if any, and safe as I could hope for. Nobody climbs these mountains with these high altitude workers. Even the 'solo' 'unsupported' climbs are using the work of the Ice Doctors to camp 2 and of course the porters and staff at Base Camp and often above also. I hate the word Hero when it comes to sport, as ultimately it's a choice and it's for oneself, but if there are heroes on the mountains it's these guys. #everest17  #everest  #sherpa #mountainclimbing  #mounteverstofficial   Ps. Can you spot the people on the side of the ridge just about half way between me and the summit?
#Repost from @johnjohnburke
Camp 4 Everest, looking up to the route to the summit.  So saddened to hear today about the 4 people found in Camp 4 that won't make it back to their homes. This all feels even more surreal as I enjoy and celebrate my home coming.  I know how lucky I have been to capitalise on the earliest window of opportunity to summit, and I think of so many that are still there, pursuing their dreams on a mountain and realises dreams and nightmares for so many.  Everest has now claimed 10 lives this season which is a number that would exceed most expectations.  I pray for the remaining climbers on the mountain.  And thank the leadership of Mingma and Passang and all the team of @ascenthimalayas for making good decisions and ensuring their climbing guides had the skills and experience to do likewise.  I hope the remaining companies can do the same. RIP to those that won't make it home. 'Getting to the top is optional, getting down is mandatory' Ed Viesturs. #everest17 #everest #elevate
#Repost  from @johnjohnburke Camp 4 Everest, looking up to the route to the summit. So saddened to hear today about the 4 people found in Camp 4 that won't make it back to their homes. This all feels even more surreal as I enjoy and celebrate my home coming. I know how lucky I have been to capitalise on the earliest window of opportunity to summit, and I think of so many that are still there, pursuing their dreams on a mountain and realises dreams and nightmares for so many. Everest has now claimed 10 lives this season which is a number that would exceed most expectations. I pray for the remaining climbers on the mountain. And thank the leadership of Mingma and Passang and all the team of @ascenthimalayas for making good decisions and ensuring their climbing guides had the skills and experience to do likewise. I hope the remaining companies can do the same. RIP to those that won't make it home. 'Getting to the top is optional, getting down is mandatory' Ed Viesturs. #everest17  #everest  #elevate 
Excited to be heading back to Nepal this Autumn to lead a trek to Everest. First time back since the spring of 2015. Get in touch if you want to come along. Price just £1,400 GBP. #everestdream #livethedream #everest17 #mteverest #everest #basecamp #ebc
The mountain was never meant to be more than a challenge. #himalayan_high #adventure #wanderlust @samirpatham #insearchofthemountain #lhotseface #everest17 #expedition #8000meters #peaks #nepal_inc
Campus giovani del centrodestra #Everest17
#everest17 arriviamo #passione #entusiasmo #militanzapolitica #forzaitalia @silvioberlusconistory c'è solo un leader #silvioberlusconi
Show me thy ways O GOD teach me thy paths. #himalayan_high #adventure #wanderlust @alexandr_telnov #insearchofthemountain #everest17 #29029feet #southcol #camp4 #nepal_inc
@Regrann from @nepal_travel_guide -  Mt Everest Expedition 2017 :
@johnjohnburke: "Just a few hours from the summit, I captured this short clip, generally on the summit night I was focusing on the task at hand, Every ounce of energy mattered so even the process of retrieving the camera, removing a glove and capturing a picture seemed like energy that could be better spent on steps towards the summit.  I look back and wish albeit without regret for how I made my choices, that I had more images but the handful I did get will mean something.  The man in the blue down suit is Tamting Sherpa, one of the strongest, safest and soundest men on the mountain.  We worked together from camp 4 till we got back to camp 4.  He was the perfect guide for me, keeping watchful eye over how I worked, minimal conversation if any, and safe as I could hope for. Nobody climbs these mountains with these high altitude workers. Even the 'solo' 'unsupported' climbs are using the work of the Ice Doctors to camp 2 and of course the porters and staff at Base Camp and often above also.  I hate the word Hero when it comes to sport, as ultimately it's a choice and it's for oneself, but if there are heroes on the mountains it's these guys. #everest17 #everest #sherpa #mountainclimbing #NepalPlanetTreks #nepalguideinfo
Ps. Can you spot the people on the side of the ridge just about half way between me and the summit?" #mounteverest #everest2017
@Regrann from @nepal_travel_guide - Mt Everest Expedition 2017 : @johnjohnburke: "Just a few hours from the summit, I captured this short clip, generally on the summit night I was focusing on the task at hand, Every ounce of energy mattered so even the process of retrieving the camera, removing a glove and capturing a picture seemed like energy that could be better spent on steps towards the summit. I look back and wish albeit without regret for how I made my choices, that I had more images but the handful I did get will mean something. The man in the blue down suit is Tamting Sherpa, one of the strongest, safest and soundest men on the mountain. We worked together from camp 4 till we got back to camp 4. He was the perfect guide for me, keeping watchful eye over how I worked, minimal conversation if any, and safe as I could hope for. Nobody climbs these mountains with these high altitude workers. Even the 'solo' 'unsupported' climbs are using the work of the Ice Doctors to camp 2 and of course the porters and staff at Base Camp and often above also. I hate the word Hero when it comes to sport, as ultimately it's a choice and it's for oneself, but if there are heroes on the mountains it's these guys. #everest17  #everest  #sherpa  #mountainclimbing  #NepalPlanetTreks  #nepalguideinfo  Ps. Can you spot the people on the side of the ridge just about half way between me and the summit?" #mounteverest  #everest2017 
Take me back a la mejor semana de mi verano💜💜💜 #Everest17 #Policíaaaaa #sinaloaahuevo🍅 #AIESEC
Estos niños me enseñaron que no hay mejor equipo que podría tener y que vamos por un México que impacta de manera sustentable. #FinanzasTuPapá #Attack #proudfinancier #MCVPF&L #everest17
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Camp 4 Everest, looking up to the route to the summit.  So saddened to hear today about the 4 people found in Camp 4 that won't make it back to their homes. This all feels even more surreal as I enjoy and celebrate my home coming.  I know how lucky I have been to capitalise on the earliest window of opportunity to summit, and I think of so many that are still there, pursuing their dreams on a mountain and realises dreams and nightmares for so many.  Everest has now claimed 10 lives this season which is a number that would exceed most expectations.  I pray for the remaining climbers on the mountain.  And thank the leadership of Mingma and Passang and all the team of @ascenthimalayas for making good decisions and ensuring their climbing guides had the skills and experience to do likewise.  I hope the remaining companies can do the same. RIP to those that won't make it home. 'Getting to the top is optional, getting down is mandatory' Ed Viesturs. #everest17 #everest #elevate
#Repost  from @johnjohnburke ••• Camp 4 Everest, looking up to the route to the summit. So saddened to hear today about the 4 people found in Camp 4 that won't make it back to their homes. This all feels even more surreal as I enjoy and celebrate my home coming. I know how lucky I have been to capitalise on the earliest window of opportunity to summit, and I think of so many that are still there, pursuing their dreams on a mountain and realises dreams and nightmares for so many. Everest has now claimed 10 lives this season which is a number that would exceed most expectations. I pray for the remaining climbers on the mountain. And thank the leadership of Mingma and Passang and all the team of @ascenthimalayas for making good decisions and ensuring their climbing guides had the skills and experience to do likewise. I hope the remaining companies can do the same. RIP to those that won't make it home. 'Getting to the top is optional, getting down is mandatory' Ed Viesturs. #everest17  #everest  #elevate 
The summit photo, just realised this wasn't posted, raising the Clare flag was a special moment, but raising the  Elevate logo is what was most significant for me, raising awareness for this new organisation and the great work to come in supporting the wellness of young people in the banner county. Thanks to everyone who supported and donated and worked on this project so far.  This will be the greatest journey of all.... 'It's not the mountains we conquer, but ourselves' Edmund Hillary. Here's to all the young people who are struggling to conquer their own personal mountains. 
#everest #elevate #everest17 #mountainclimbing #wellness #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealth
The summit photo, just realised this wasn't posted, raising the Clare flag was a special moment, but raising the Elevate logo is what was most significant for me, raising awareness for this new organisation and the great work to come in supporting the wellness of young people in the banner county. Thanks to everyone who supported and donated and worked on this project so far. This will be the greatest journey of all.... 'It's not the mountains we conquer, but ourselves' Edmund Hillary. Here's to all the young people who are struggling to conquer their own personal mountains. #everest  #elevate  #everest17  #mountainclimbing  #wellness  #mentalhealthawareness  #mentalhealth 
Lack of passion will be fatal to whatever you are doing.. #himalayan_high #wanderlust @torkjelhurtig #southsummitrigde #ontopoftheworldshighestmountain #8848metres  #everest17 #expedition #nepal_inc
Trek to Everest Base Camp this November with myself and receive a kit bag full of Everest gear. Can't wait to get going. Link and full details in bio. #everestbasecamp #everesttrek #everesttrail #khumbuvalley #everestregion #everest17
Optimism - Pessimistic - Fuck all that - I'm going to make it happen. As god is my bloody witness, I'm hell bent on making it happen. #himalayan_high #wanderlust  @zebblais #8000meters #insearchofthemountain #everest17 #29029feet #nepal_inc
You won't get much done if you only climb on the days you feel good. #himalayan_high #wanderlust @flying_foxoir #insearchofthemountain #29029feet #8000meters #camp3 #deathzone #everest17 #expedition #nepal_inc
A portrait of John Burke (@johnjohnburke). The first Co.Clare man to summit Everest (May2017). Iv a huge amount of respect for a good business person.. but when a person can run a number of very successful companies and make the time to train and reach a massive personal goal. That's someone to look up to and someone who's worthy of a decent portrait! :)
A portrait of John Burke (@johnjohnburke). The first Co.Clare man to summit Everest (May2017). Iv a huge amount of respect for a good business person.. but when a person can run a number of very successful companies and make the time to train and reach a massive personal goal. That's someone to look up to and someone who's worthy of a decent portrait! :)
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When you hit the top you are half way there. #himalayan_high #wanderlust @andersmc__ #29029feet #ontopoftheworldshighestmountain #8000meters #deathzone #everest17 #expedition #nepal_inc
When you hit the top you are half way there. #himalayan_high #wanderlust @andersmc_ #29029feet #ontopoftheworldshighestmountain #8000meters #deathzone #everest17 #expedition #nepal_inc
You don't have to be a fantastic super hero to do certain things. You can be just an ordinary chap, sufficiently motivated to reach challenging goals. #himalayan_high #wanderlust @alexandr_telnov #insearchofthemountain #8000meters #northside #everest17 #expedition #nepal_inc @natgeo
@johnjohnburke The view from the top of the World! Just got some images from the @gopro that I used on summit night, I spent 25 mins on the top in all, the first 5/10 mins was the emotional and special part soaking up where I was, then it was time to tune back in.  From the top there was quiet a bit of cloud far below, but the great peaks around popped out over the clouds. #everest #everest17 #elevate #mountainclimbing
@johnjohnburke The view from the top of the World! Just got some images from the @gopro that I used on summit night, I spent 25 mins on the top in all, the first 5/10 mins was the emotional and special part soaking up where I was, then it was time to tune back in. From the top there was quiet a bit of cloud far below, but the great peaks around popped out over the clouds. #everest  #everest17  #elevate  #mountainclimbing 
This was the moment I realised it was job done, out of danger on the Icefall after 2 days descent from camp 4 after summiting, probably 8-10kg lighter than I had been 6 days earlier.  Meeting Mingma owner of @ascenthimalayas and Tsering who was base camp manager who came in about 45 mins from base camp with a bottle of @cocacola was a moment I won't forget, I was so dehydrated up high and had craved this so much yet it was impossible to get it, in my mind it was the energy and hydration that I so badly needed all in one, at one point I had offered $100 to the Sherpas to see if they knew anyone who could trade one, its crazy how the mind can work up there.  When I arrived at this point Mingma greeted me with his usual warmth, I knew he was in contact with home through @aoibhingarrihy when I was up high and it was like my two worlds were back as one again.  Tamting, Mingma,Tsering and I sat and chatted for about 30 mins the weight of Everest seemed to be finally lifted off my shoulders and I was heading home, I had worked hard to remain positive all the time up there and not think about the time I would be hitting for the place and people I love most, but deep down it was always a struggle to be away, at this point I knew I was hitting home!  #everest #everest17 #mounteverstofficial #mountainclimbing
This was the moment I realised it was job done, out of danger on the Icefall after 2 days descent from camp 4 after summiting, probably 8-10kg lighter than I had been 6 days earlier. Meeting Mingma owner of @ascenthimalayas and Tsering who was base camp manager who came in about 45 mins from base camp with a bottle of @cocacola was a moment I won't forget, I was so dehydrated up high and had craved this so much yet it was impossible to get it, in my mind it was the energy and hydration that I so badly needed all in one, at one point I had offered $100 to the Sherpas to see if they knew anyone who could trade one, its crazy how the mind can work up there. When I arrived at this point Mingma greeted me with his usual warmth, I knew he was in contact with home through @aoibhingarrihy when I was up high and it was like my two worlds were back as one again. Tamting, Mingma,Tsering and I sat and chatted for about 30 mins the weight of Everest seemed to be finally lifted off my shoulders and I was heading home, I had worked hard to remain positive all the time up there and not think about the time I would be hitting for the place and people I love most, but deep down it was always a struggle to be away, at this point I knew I was hitting home! #everest  #everest17  #mounteverstofficial  #mountainclimbing 
My celebration face Back at camp 4 where I was sharing a tent once again with the powerful Welsh climber @allanmeek , we were so relieved and happy to have summited and before clocking off for the night we savoured and celebrated our success, even with a few weak high fives!  About 5 in the morning we woke to the tent rattling and shaking to the storm that blew outside, it seemed powerful, and I certainly wasn't feeling powerful! At that point I remembered our premature celebrations, and the stark reality that we were still just touching the death zone, sleeping in probably the most dangerous camp site on earth a place out of reach of rescue and supply.  We agreed that this climb was far from over. I remembered so many stories I had read of people who's bodies had so much damage done to them up here due to winds and cold, and worse still those who never left here.  It was another moment of realisation, just like on the summit, that I needed to be on top form and totally tuned in to my every move and the surroundings , I also felt quiet naive for my celebrations.  The winds were far too strong to leave the tent but at the same time It was not a place that would allow our bodies another night there, I still wasn't taking food in and knew that wasn't good either. About 3 hours later the winds died and the zip lifted and Passang said it was time to move!  Once again the weather allowed us safe passage and we escaped downwards during a window of calm winds. #everest #everest17 #mountainclimbing #mounteverstofficial #nepal @ascenthimalayas
My celebration face Back at camp 4 where I was sharing a tent once again with the powerful Welsh climber @allanmeek , we were so relieved and happy to have summited and before clocking off for the night we savoured and celebrated our success, even with a few weak high fives! About 5 in the morning we woke to the tent rattling and shaking to the storm that blew outside, it seemed powerful, and I certainly wasn't feeling powerful! At that point I remembered our premature celebrations, and the stark reality that we were still just touching the death zone, sleeping in probably the most dangerous camp site on earth a place out of reach of rescue and supply. We agreed that this climb was far from over. I remembered so many stories I had read of people who's bodies had so much damage done to them up here due to winds and cold, and worse still those who never left here. It was another moment of realisation, just like on the summit, that I needed to be on top form and totally tuned in to my every move and the surroundings , I also felt quiet naive for my celebrations. The winds were far too strong to leave the tent but at the same time It was not a place that would allow our bodies another night there, I still wasn't taking food in and knew that wasn't good either. About 3 hours later the winds died and the zip lifted and Passang said it was time to move! Once again the weather allowed us safe passage and we escaped downwards during a window of calm winds. #everest  #everest17  #mountainclimbing  #mounteverstofficial  #nepal  @ascenthimalayas
@johnjohnburke: "The view from the top of the World! Just got some images from the @gopro that I used on summit night, I spent 25 mins on the top in all, the first 5/10 mins was the emotional and special part soaking up where I was, then it was time to tune back in.  From the top there was quiet a bit of cloud far below, but the great peaks around popped out over the clouds. #everest #everest17 #elevate #mountainclimbing #mounteverstofficial"
@johnjohnburke: "The view from the top of the World! Just got some images from the @gopro that I used on summit night, I spent 25 mins on the top in all, the first 5/10 mins was the emotional and special part soaking up where I was, then it was time to tune back in. From the top there was quiet a bit of cloud far below, but the great peaks around popped out over the clouds. #everest  #everest17  #elevate  #mountainclimbing  #mounteverstofficial "
The view from the top of the World! Just got some images from the @gopro that I used on summit night, I spent 25 mins on the top in all, the first 5/10 mins was the emotional and special part soaking up where I was, then it was time to tune back in.  From the top there was quiet a bit of cloud far below, but the great peaks around popped out over the clouds. #everest #everest17 #elevate #mountainclimbing #mounteverstofficial
The view from the top of the World! Just got some images from the @gopro that I used on summit night, I spent 25 mins on the top in all, the first 5/10 mins was the emotional and special part soaking up where I was, then it was time to tune back in. From the top there was quiet a bit of cloud far below, but the great peaks around popped out over the clouds. #everest  #everest17  #elevate  #mountainclimbing  #mounteverstofficial 
@johnjohnburke Still no suitable weather to allow the Sherpa rope fixing team to work their way up the final stages of Everest, what looked like a season that was on track to have the route fixed and ready for business earlier than most others is now shaping up to be quiet the opposite! Let's hope the winds calm and the brave Sherpa team can get to finish their work.  Until then it's time to sit still, with occasional exercises and skills practice.  Here are some more pics of the Ice Fall to show how both spectacular and daunting this place is.  Still down in lower valley here at 3400mtrs but returning to base camp tomorrow.  #everest #everest17
@johnjohnburke Still no suitable weather to allow the Sherpa rope fixing team to work their way up the final stages of Everest, what looked like a season that was on track to have the route fixed and ready for business earlier than most others is now shaping up to be quiet the opposite! Let's hope the winds calm and the brave Sherpa team can get to finish their work. Until then it's time to sit still, with occasional exercises and skills practice. Here are some more pics of the Ice Fall to show how both spectacular and daunting this place is. Still down in lower valley here at 3400mtrs but returning to base camp tomorrow. #everest  #everest17 
@johnjohnburke Just a few hours from the summit, I captured this short clip, generally on the summit night I was focusing on the task at hand, Every ounce of energy mattered so even the process of retrieving the camera, removing a glove and capturing a picture seemed like energy that could be better spent on steps towards the summit.  I look back and wish albeit without regret for how I made my choices, that I had more images but the handful I did get will mean something.  The man in the blue down suit is Tamting Sherpa, one of the strongest, safest and soundest men on the mountain.  We worked together from camp 4 till we got back to camp 4.  He was the perfect guide for me, keeping watchful eye over how I worked, minimal conversation if any, and safe as I could hope for. Nobody climbs these mountains with these high altitude workers. Even the 'solo' 'unsupported' climbs are using the work of the Ice Doctors to camp 2 and of course the porters and staff at Base Camp and often above also.  I hate the word Hero when it comes to sport, as ultimately it's a choice and it's for oneself, but if there are heroes on the mountains it's these guys. #everest17 #everest #sherpa #mountainclimbing #mounteverstofficial 
Ps. Can you spot the people on the side of the ridge just about half way between me and the summit?
@johnjohnburke Just a few hours from the summit, I captured this short clip, generally on the summit night I was focusing on the task at hand, Every ounce of energy mattered so even the process of retrieving the camera, removing a glove and capturing a picture seemed like energy that could be better spent on steps towards the summit. I look back and wish albeit without regret for how I made my choices, that I had more images but the handful I did get will mean something. The man in the blue down suit is Tamting Sherpa, one of the strongest, safest and soundest men on the mountain. We worked together from camp 4 till we got back to camp 4. He was the perfect guide for me, keeping watchful eye over how I worked, minimal conversation if any, and safe as I could hope for. Nobody climbs these mountains with these high altitude workers. Even the 'solo' 'unsupported' climbs are using the work of the Ice Doctors to camp 2 and of course the porters and staff at Base Camp and often above also. I hate the word Hero when it comes to sport, as ultimately it's a choice and it's for oneself, but if there are heroes on the mountains it's these guys. #everest17  #everest  #sherpa  #mountainclimbing  #mounteverstofficial  Ps. Can you spot the people on the side of the ridge just about half way between me and the summit?
Amazing video from Mt.Everest from @johnjohnburke

Just a few hours from the summit, I captured this short clip, generally on the summit night I was focusing on the task at hand, Every ounce of energy mattered so even the process of retrieving the camera, removing a glove and capturing a picture seemed like energy that could be better spent on steps towards the summit.  I look back and wish albeit without regret for how I made my choices, that I had more images but the handful I did get will mean something.  The man in the blue down suit is Tamting Sherpa, one of the strongest, safest and soundest men on the mountain.  We worked together from camp 4 till we got back to camp 4.  He was the perfect guide for me, keeping watchful eye over how I worked, minimal conversation if any, and safe as I could hope for. Nobody climbs these mountains with these high altitude workers. Even the 'solo' 'unsupported' climbs are using the work of the Ice Doctors to camp 2 and of course the porters and staff at Base Camp and often above also.  I hate the word Hero when it comes to sport, as ultimately it's a choice and it's for oneself, but if there are heroes on the mountains it's these guys. #everest17 #everest #sherpa #mountainclimbing #mounteverstofficial 
Ps. Can you spot the people on the side of the ridge just about half way between me and the summit? #Repost @johnjohnburke with @insta.save.repost • • •
Amazing video from Mt.Everest from @johnjohnburke Just a few hours from the summit, I captured this short clip, generally on the summit night I was focusing on the task at hand, Every ounce of energy mattered so even the process of retrieving the camera, removing a glove and capturing a picture seemed like energy that could be better spent on steps towards the summit. I look back and wish albeit without regret for how I made my choices, that I had more images but the handful I did get will mean something. The man in the blue down suit is Tamting Sherpa, one of the strongest, safest and soundest men on the mountain. We worked together from camp 4 till we got back to camp 4. He was the perfect guide for me, keeping watchful eye over how I worked, minimal conversation if any, and safe as I could hope for. Nobody climbs these mountains with these high altitude workers. Even the 'solo' 'unsupported' climbs are using the work of the Ice Doctors to camp 2 and of course the porters and staff at Base Camp and often above also. I hate the word Hero when it comes to sport, as ultimately it's a choice and it's for oneself, but if there are heroes on the mountains it's these guys. #everest17  #everest  #sherpa  #mountainclimbing  #mounteverstofficial  Ps. Can you spot the people on the side of the ridge just about half way between me and the summit? #Repost  @johnjohnburke with @insta.save.repost • • •
: "Just a few hours from the summit, I captured this short clip, generally on the summit night I was focusing on the task at hand, Every ounce of energy mattered so even the process of retrieving the camera, removing a glove and capturing a picture seemed like energy that could be better spent on steps towards the summit.  I look back and wish albeit without regret for how I made my choices, that I had more images but the handful I did get will mean something.  The man in the blue down suit is Tamting Sherpa, one of the strongest, safest and soundest men on the mountain.  We worked together from camp 4 till we got back to camp 4.  He was the perfect guide for me, keeping watchful eye over how I worked, minimal conversation if any, and safe as I could hope for. Nobody climbs these mountains with these high altitude workers. Even the 'solo' 'unsupported' climbs are using the work of the Ice Doctors to camp 2 and of course the porters and staff at Base Camp and often above also.  I hate the word Hero when it comes to sport, as ultimately it's a choice and it's for oneself, but if there are heroes on the mountains it's these guys. #everest17 #everest #sherpa #mountainclimbing #mounteverstofficial 
Ps. Can you spot the people on the side of the ridge just about half way between me and the summit?" #mounteverestofficial #everest2017 #nepal #everestbasecamp #trek #himalayas #liebe #deutschland #dortmund #schön #berg #bergsteigen

Welcome to Nepal and if you need any information for nepal trek and specially Everest trek let me know cause i am specialist for everest region .
Video by - @johnjohnburke
: "Just a few hours from the summit, I captured this short clip, generally on the summit night I was focusing on the task at hand, Every ounce of energy mattered so even the process of retrieving the camera, removing a glove and capturing a picture seemed like energy that could be better spent on steps towards the summit. I look back and wish albeit without regret for how I made my choices, that I had more images but the handful I did get will mean something. The man in the blue down suit is Tamting Sherpa, one of the strongest, safest and soundest men on the mountain. We worked together from camp 4 till we got back to camp 4. He was the perfect guide for me, keeping watchful eye over how I worked, minimal conversation if any, and safe as I could hope for. Nobody climbs these mountains with these high altitude workers. Even the 'solo' 'unsupported' climbs are using the work of the Ice Doctors to camp 2 and of course the porters and staff at Base Camp and often above also. I hate the word Hero when it comes to sport, as ultimately it's a choice and it's for oneself, but if there are heroes on the mountains it's these guys. #everest17  #everest  #sherpa  #mountainclimbing  #mounteverstofficial  Ps. Can you spot the people on the side of the ridge just about half way between me and the summit?" #mounteverestofficial  #everest2017  #nepal  #everestbasecamp  #trek  #himalayas  #liebe  #deutschland  #dortmund  #schön  #berg  #bergsteigen  Welcome to Nepal and if you need any information for nepal trek and specially Everest trek let me know cause i am specialist for everest region . Video by - @johnjohnburke
Inspiration. 
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@johnjohnburke: "Just a few hours from the summit, I captured this short clip, generally on the summit night I was focusing on the task at hand, Every ounce of energy mattered so even the process of retrieving the camera, removing a glove and capturing a picture seemed like energy that could be better spent on steps towards the summit.  I look back and wish albeit without regret for how I made my choices, that I had more images but the handful I did get will mean something.  The man in the blue down suit is Tamting Sherpa, one of the strongest, safest and soundest men on the mountain.  We worked together from camp 4 till we got back to camp 4.  He was the perfect guide for me, keeping watchful eye over how I worked, minimal conversation if any, and safe as I could hope for. Nobody climbs these mountains with these high altitude workers. Even the 'solo' 'unsupported' climbs are using the work of the Ice Doctors to camp 2 and of course the porters and staff at Base Camp and often above also.  I hate the word Hero when it comes to sport, as ultimately it's a choice and it's for oneself, but if there are heroes on the mountains it's these guys. #everest17 #everest #sherpa #mountainclimbing #mounteverstofficial 
Ps. Can you spot the people on the side of the ridge just about half way between me and the summit?" #mounteverestofficial #everest2017
Inspiration. #Repost  @mounteverestofficial (@get_repost) ・・・ @johnjohnburke: "Just a few hours from the summit, I captured this short clip, generally on the summit night I was focusing on the task at hand, Every ounce of energy mattered so even the process of retrieving the camera, removing a glove and capturing a picture seemed like energy that could be better spent on steps towards the summit. I look back and wish albeit without regret for how I made my choices, that I had more images but the handful I did get will mean something. The man in the blue down suit is Tamting Sherpa, one of the strongest, safest and soundest men on the mountain. We worked together from camp 4 till we got back to camp 4. He was the perfect guide for me, keeping watchful eye over how I worked, minimal conversation if any, and safe as I could hope for. Nobody climbs these mountains with these high altitude workers. Even the 'solo' 'unsupported' climbs are using the work of the Ice Doctors to camp 2 and of course the porters and staff at Base Camp and often above also. I hate the word Hero when it comes to sport, as ultimately it's a choice and it's for oneself, but if there are heroes on the mountains it's these guys. #everest17  #everest  #sherpa  #mountainclimbing  #mounteverstofficial  Ps. Can you spot the people on the side of the ridge just about half way between me and the summit?" #mounteverestofficial  #everest2017 
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@johnjohnburke: "Just a few hours from the summit, I captured this short clip, generally on the summit night I was focusing on the task at hand, Every ounce of energy mattered so even the process of retrieving the camera, removing a glove and capturing a picture seemed like energy that could be better spent on steps towards the summit.  I look back and wish albeit without regret for how I made my choices, that I had more images but the handful I did get will mean something.  The man in the blue down suit is Tamting Sherpa, one of the strongest, safest and soundest men on the mountain.  We worked together from camp 4 till we got back to camp 4.  He was the perfect guide for me, keeping watchful eye over how I worked, minimal conversation if any, and safe as I could hope for. Nobody climbs these mountains with these high altitude workers. Even the 'solo' 'unsupported' climbs are using the work of the Ice Doctors to camp 2 and of course the porters and staff at Base Camp and often above also.  I hate the word Hero when it comes to sport, as ultimately it's a choice and it's for oneself, but if there are heroes on the mountains it's these guys. #everest17 #everest #sherpa #mountainclimbing #NepalPlanetTreks #nepalguideinfo
Ps. Can you spot the people on the side of the ridge just about half way between me and the summit?" #mounteverest #everest2017

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Mt Everest Expedition 2017 : @johnjohnburke: "Just a few hours from the summit, I captured this short clip, generally on the summit night I was focusing on the task at hand, Every ounce of energy mattered so even the process of retrieving the camera, removing a glove and capturing a picture seemed like energy that could be better spent on steps towards the summit. I look back and wish albeit without regret for how I made my choices, that I had more images but the handful I did get will mean something. The man in the blue down suit is Tamting Sherpa, one of the strongest, safest and soundest men on the mountain. We worked together from camp 4 till we got back to camp 4. He was the perfect guide for me, keeping watchful eye over how I worked, minimal conversation if any, and safe as I could hope for. Nobody climbs these mountains with these high altitude workers. Even the 'solo' 'unsupported' climbs are using the work of the Ice Doctors to camp 2 and of course the porters and staff at Base Camp and often above also. I hate the word Hero when it comes to sport, as ultimately it's a choice and it's for oneself, but if there are heroes on the mountains it's these guys. #everest17  #everest  #sherpa  #mountainclimbing  #NepalPlanetTreks  #nepalguideinfo  Ps. Can you spot the people on the side of the ridge just about half way between me and the summit?" #mounteverest  #everest2017  _________________________________ http://www.nepalguideinfo.com Email:sanjibtrekguide@gmail.com
Sweet Jesus... one day, god willing! #Repost @mounteverestofficial (@get_repost)
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@johnjohnburke: "Just a few hours from the summit, I captured this short clip, generally on the summit night I was focusing on the task at hand, Every ounce of energy mattered so even the process of retrieving the camera, removing a glove and capturing a picture seemed like energy that could be better spent on steps towards the summit.  I look back and wish albeit without regret for how I made my choices, that I had more images but the handful I did get will mean something.  The man in the blue down suit is Tamting Sherpa, one of the strongest, safest and soundest men on the mountain.  We worked together from camp 4 till we got back to camp 4.  He was the perfect guide for me, keeping watchful eye over how I worked, minimal conversation if any, and safe as I could hope for. Nobody climbs these mountains with these high altitude workers. Even the 'solo' 'unsupported' climbs are using the work of the Ice Doctors to camp 2 and of course the porters and staff at Base Camp and often above also.  I hate the word Hero when it comes to sport, as ultimately it's a choice and it's for oneself, but if there are heroes on the mountains it's these guys. #everest17 #everest #sherpa #mountainclimbing #mounteverstofficial 
Ps. Can you spot the people on the side of the ridge just about half way between me and the summit?" #mounteverestofficial #everest2017
Sweet Jesus... one day, god willing! #Repost  @mounteverestofficial (@get_repost) ・・・ @johnjohnburke: "Just a few hours from the summit, I captured this short clip, generally on the summit night I was focusing on the task at hand, Every ounce of energy mattered so even the process of retrieving the camera, removing a glove and capturing a picture seemed like energy that could be better spent on steps towards the summit. I look back and wish albeit without regret for how I made my choices, that I had more images but the handful I did get will mean something. The man in the blue down suit is Tamting Sherpa, one of the strongest, safest and soundest men on the mountain. We worked together from camp 4 till we got back to camp 4. He was the perfect guide for me, keeping watchful eye over how I worked, minimal conversation if any, and safe as I could hope for. Nobody climbs these mountains with these high altitude workers. Even the 'solo' 'unsupported' climbs are using the work of the Ice Doctors to camp 2 and of course the porters and staff at Base Camp and often above also. I hate the word Hero when it comes to sport, as ultimately it's a choice and it's for oneself, but if there are heroes on the mountains it's these guys. #everest17  #everest  #sherpa  #mountainclimbing  #mounteverstofficial  Ps. Can you spot the people on the side of the ridge just about half way between me and the summit?" #mounteverestofficial  #everest2017 
@johnjohnburke: "Just a few hours from the summit, I captured this short clip, generally on the summit night I was focusing on the task at hand, Every ounce of energy mattered so even the process of retrieving the camera, removing a glove and capturing a picture seemed like energy that could be better spent on steps towards the summit.  I look back and wish albeit without regret for how I made my choices, that I had more images but the handful I did get will mean something.  The man in the blue down suit is Tamting Sherpa, one of the strongest, safest and soundest men on the mountain.  We worked together from camp 4 till we got back to camp 4.  He was the perfect guide for me, keeping watchful eye over how I worked, minimal conversation if any, and safe as I could hope for. Nobody climbs these mountains with these high altitude workers. Even the 'solo' 'unsupported' climbs are using the work of the Ice Doctors to camp 2 and of course the porters and staff at Base Camp and often above also.  I hate the word Hero when it comes to sport, as ultimately it's a choice and it's for oneself, but if there are heroes on the mountains it's these guys. #everest17 #everest #sherpa #mountainclimbing #mounteverstofficial 
Ps. Can you spot the people on the side of the ridge just about half way between me and the summit?" #mounteverestofficial #everest2017
@johnjohnburke: "Just a few hours from the summit, I captured this short clip, generally on the summit night I was focusing on the task at hand, Every ounce of energy mattered so even the process of retrieving the camera, removing a glove and capturing a picture seemed like energy that could be better spent on steps towards the summit. I look back and wish albeit without regret for how I made my choices, that I had more images but the handful I did get will mean something. The man in the blue down suit is Tamting Sherpa, one of the strongest, safest and soundest men on the mountain. We worked together from camp 4 till we got back to camp 4. He was the perfect guide for me, keeping watchful eye over how I worked, minimal conversation if any, and safe as I could hope for. Nobody climbs these mountains with these high altitude workers. Even the 'solo' 'unsupported' climbs are using the work of the Ice Doctors to camp 2 and of course the porters and staff at Base Camp and often above also. I hate the word Hero when it comes to sport, as ultimately it's a choice and it's for oneself, but if there are heroes on the mountains it's these guys. #everest17  #everest  #sherpa  #mountainclimbing  #mounteverstofficial  Ps. Can you spot the people on the side of the ridge just about half way between me and the summit?" #mounteverestofficial  #everest2017 
Camp 4 Everest, looking up to the route to the summit.  So saddened to hear today about the 4 people found in Camp 4 that won't make it back to their homes. This all feels even more surreal as I enjoy and celebrate my home coming.  I know how lucky I have been to capitalise on the earliest window of opportunity to summit, and I think of so many that are still there, pursuing their dreams on a mountain and realises dreams and nightmares for so many.  Everest has now claimed 10 lives this season which is a number that would exceed most expectations.  I pray for the remaining climbers on the mountain.  And thank the leadership of Mingma and Passang and all the team of @ascenthimalayas for making good decisions and ensuring their climbing guides had the skills and experience to do likewise.  I hope the remaining companies can do the same. RIP to those that won't make it home. 'Getting to the top is optional, getting down is mandatory' Ed Viesturs. #everest17 #everest #elevate
Camp 4 Everest, looking up to the route to the summit. So saddened to hear today about the 4 people found in Camp 4 that won't make it back to their homes. This all feels even more surreal as I enjoy and celebrate my home coming. I know how lucky I have been to capitalise on the earliest window of opportunity to summit, and I think of so many that are still there, pursuing their dreams on a mountain and realises dreams and nightmares for so many. Everest has now claimed 10 lives this season which is a number that would exceed most expectations. I pray for the remaining climbers on the mountain. And thank the leadership of Mingma and Passang and all the team of @ascenthimalayas for making good decisions and ensuring their climbing guides had the skills and experience to do likewise. I hope the remaining companies can do the same. RIP to those that won't make it home. 'Getting to the top is optional, getting down is mandatory' Ed Viesturs. #everest17  #everest  #elevate 
For those who have been following along on YFU Alum & Board member Andrew Towne’s journey to reach the peak of world’s tallest mountain, it’s nearly ‘go time’! Here he is testing his oxygen system in preparation to attempt to summit Mt. Everest this coming Wednesday (weather permitting). If you too believe in the transformative power of studying abroad and experiencing another culture, follow the link in our profile to make a donation to Andrew’s scholarship fundraiser today!
For those who have been following along on YFU Alum & Board member Andrew Towne’s journey to reach the peak of world’s tallest mountain, it’s nearly ‘go time’! Here he is testing his oxygen system in preparation to attempt to summit Mt. Everest this coming Wednesday (weather permitting). If you too believe in the transformative power of studying abroad and experiencing another culture, follow the link in our profile to make a donation to Andrew’s scholarship fundraiser today!
@johnjohnburke: "A room with a view! The camp 3 view from its position on the top of the Lhotse face, and looking down the Western Cwm. What a view to close the day on from 7,150mtrs above sea level. 
P.s. I haven't used filters to edit pics along the way generally, and this in it's pure and simple form cannot be improved either.
#everest #everest17 #climbing #mountainclimbing #mounteverestofficial  #elevate"
@johnjohnburke: "A room with a view! The camp 3 view from its position on the top of the Lhotse face, and looking down the Western Cwm. What a view to close the day on from 7,150mtrs above sea level. P.s. I haven't used filters to edit pics along the way generally, and this in it's pure and simple form cannot be improved either. #everest  #everest17  #climbing  #mountainclimbing  #mounteverestofficial  #elevate "
A room with a view! The camp 3 view from its position on the top of the Lhotse face, and looking down the Western Cwm. What a view to close the day on from 7,150mtrs above sea level. 
P.s. I haven't used filters to edit pics along the way generally, and this in it's pure and simple form cannot be improved either.
#everest #everest17 #climbing #mountainclimbing #mounteverstofficial #elevate
A room with a view! The camp 3 view from its position on the top of the Lhotse face, and looking down the Western Cwm. What a view to close the day on from 7,150mtrs above sea level. P.s. I haven't used filters to edit pics along the way generally, and this in it's pure and simple form cannot be improved either. #everest  #everest17  #climbing  #mountainclimbing  #mounteverstofficial  #elevate 
The actual dream..... tough day at the office today but it was worth it 🙌🙌🙌 #beargrllys #everest17 #coorslight #keywest #tuesday
For the last six weeks, Andrew Towne a YFU Alum & Board member has been trekking across Nepal with the goal of summiting Mt. Everest. Compared to his attempt in 2015, which was derailed by a 7.9 earthquake, luckily this time, his journey has been much smoother. His group recently ascended Khumbu Icefall for the 3rd time in preparation for a 4th ascent that will likely take place next week, when they will attempt the summit! Make a donation to his fundraiser (link in profile) and get added to his dispatch list. #myYFU #Everest17
For the last six weeks, Andrew Towne a YFU Alum & Board member has been trekking across Nepal with the goal of summiting Mt. Everest. Compared to his attempt in 2015, which was derailed by a 7.9 earthquake, luckily this time, his journey has been much smoother. His group recently ascended Khumbu Icefall for the 3rd time in preparation for a 4th ascent that will likely take place next week, when they will attempt the summit! Make a donation to his fundraiser (link in profile) and get added to his dispatch list. #myYFU  #Everest17 
Good have landed back on Everest after some rest in Namche Bazzar, feel fully recovered from the work to date and ready if or when the the ropes are fixed.  Different teams on different schedules now as plans are thrown up in the air with delays due to high winds up high.  All that matters on this however is each individual and right now I'm ready to give this the best shot, if and when the mountain is ready.  This is simply a challenge of me against myself, with so many variables outside my control, all of them cannot weigh on my confidence or morale.  Early on I thought I'd be setting off for home around this time, and right now it's quiet the opposite, I don't even know when I'm setting off for the final push.  But spirits are high and body is fully charged!  So if and when the time comes, right now I'm ready, and if it doesn't come, and if I can't perform at the time for whatever reason, I will know that I will have left nothing behind and that's all I promised myself from the start, there is no certainty out here, nor room for a gung ho attitude, you have to respect the mountain and your body.  it's not about the summit it's about giving this my very best shot, the summit is optional! 'It's not the mountains we conquer, but ourselves' Edmund Hillary.
 #everest #everest17 #mounteverstofficial #mountainclimbing #climbing
Good have landed back on Everest after some rest in Namche Bazzar, feel fully recovered from the work to date and ready if or when the the ropes are fixed. Different teams on different schedules now as plans are thrown up in the air with delays due to high winds up high. All that matters on this however is each individual and right now I'm ready to give this the best shot, if and when the mountain is ready. This is simply a challenge of me against myself, with so many variables outside my control, all of them cannot weigh on my confidence or morale. Early on I thought I'd be setting off for home around this time, and right now it's quiet the opposite, I don't even know when I'm setting off for the final push. But spirits are high and body is fully charged! So if and when the time comes, right now I'm ready, and if it doesn't come, and if I can't perform at the time for whatever reason, I will know that I will have left nothing behind and that's all I promised myself from the start, there is no certainty out here, nor room for a gung ho attitude, you have to respect the mountain and your body. it's not about the summit it's about giving this my very best shot, the summit is optional! 'It's not the mountains we conquer, but ourselves' Edmund Hillary. #everest  #everest17  #mounteverstofficial  #mountainclimbing  #climbing 
Made a quick extraction from EBC yesterday to take a few days in lower valley at an altitude of 3,400 Namche Bazzar, this can be vital in getting a full recuperation of any small ailments and niggles, already after just one night I can feel the body getting stronger and the sheer luxury of sleeping in a bed and a place that's not -10/-15c is a great boost psychologically.  Maybe another day or two here before the return to BC.  At the minute all eyes are on the rope fixers and weather forecasters, along with the team i have full confidence in the expedition leaders in particular Mingma and Passang @ascenthimalayas to make the right judgment call, as it stands im ready and waiting to give this my best shot, what will be will be after that, but i known if my body can stay healthy and the weather within limits that I've got it in me.  More important than any mountain is making the right decisions if the time comes, and getting home to what matters most in life @aoibhingarrihy and all my friends and family and of course Reg and Rubes!! Thanks to everyone for all the support it's been an great encouragement to me and wonderful distraction to the endless over thinking that inevitably happens in these places. #everest #everest17 #mounteverstofficial #climbing
Made a quick extraction from EBC yesterday to take a few days in lower valley at an altitude of 3,400 Namche Bazzar, this can be vital in getting a full recuperation of any small ailments and niggles, already after just one night I can feel the body getting stronger and the sheer luxury of sleeping in a bed and a place that's not -10/-15c is a great boost psychologically. Maybe another day or two here before the return to BC. At the minute all eyes are on the rope fixers and weather forecasters, along with the team i have full confidence in the expedition leaders in particular Mingma and Passang @ascenthimalayas to make the right judgment call, as it stands im ready and waiting to give this my best shot, what will be will be after that, but i known if my body can stay healthy and the weather within limits that I've got it in me. More important than any mountain is making the right decisions if the time comes, and getting home to what matters most in life @aoibhingarrihy and all my friends and family and of course Reg and Rubes!! Thanks to everyone for all the support it's been an great encouragement to me and wonderful distraction to the endless over thinking that inevitably happens in these places. #everest  #everest17  #mounteverstofficial  #climbing 
"We just returned from our first acclimatization rotation up Mt Everest, and everything is going well!!” YFU Alum & Board member Andrew Towne just sent in his third update from Nepal as he continues his second attempt at summiting Mt. Everest after surviving an earthquake that hit during his first attempt in 2015. Not only is Andrew fulfilling one of his personal goals, but it's also a philanthropic endeavor for him as he's simultaneously raising scholarship funds for students to study abroad with YFU! Make a donation to his fundraiser (link in profile) and get added to his dispatch list. #myYFU #Everest17
"We just returned from our first acclimatization rotation up Mt Everest, and everything is going well!!” YFU Alum & Board member Andrew Towne just sent in his third update from Nepal as he continues his second attempt at summiting Mt. Everest after surviving an earthquake that hit during his first attempt in 2015. Not only is Andrew fulfilling one of his personal goals, but it's also a philanthropic endeavor for him as he's simultaneously raising scholarship funds for students to study abroad with YFU! Make a donation to his fundraiser (link in profile) and get added to his dispatch list. #myYFU  #Everest17 
"We just returned from our first acclimatization rotation up Mt Everest, and everything is going well!!” YFU Alum & Board member Andrew Towne just sent in his third update from Nepal as he continues his second attempt at summiting Mt. Everest after surviving an earthquake that hit during his first attempt in 2015. Not only is Andrew fulfilling one of his personal goals, but it's also a philanthropic endeavor for him as he's simultaneously raising scholarship funds for students to study abroad with YFU! Make a donation to his fundraiser (link in profile) and get added to his dispatch list. #myYFU #Everest17 @yfuusa
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"We just returned from our first acclimatization rotation up Mt Everest, and everything is going well!!” YFU Alum & Board member Andrew Towne just sent in his third update from Nepal as he continues his second attempt at summiting Mt. Everest after surviving an earthquake that hit during his first attempt in 2015. Not only is Andrew fulfilling one of his personal goals, but it's also a philanthropic endeavor for him as he's simultaneously raising scholarship funds for students to study abroad with YFU! Make a donation to his fundraiser (link in profile) and get added to his dispatch list. #myYFU  #Everest17  @yfuusa http://bit.ly/2o3LbkT
"We just returned from our first acclimatization rotation up Mt Everest, and everything is going well!!” YFU Alum & Board member Andrew Towne just sent in his third update from Nepal as he continues his second attempt at summiting Mt. Everest after surviving an earthquake that hit during his first attempt in 2015. Not only is Andrew fulfilling one of his personal goals, but it's also a philanthropic endeavor for him as he's simultaneously raising scholarship funds for students to study abroad with YFU! Make a donation to his fundraiser (link in profile) and get added to his dispatch list. #myYFU #Everest17
"We just returned from our first acclimatization rotation up Mt Everest, and everything is going well!!” YFU Alum & Board member Andrew Towne just sent in his third update from Nepal as he continues his second attempt at summiting Mt. Everest after surviving an earthquake that hit during his first attempt in 2015. Not only is Andrew fulfilling one of his personal goals, but it's also a philanthropic endeavor for him as he's simultaneously raising scholarship funds for students to study abroad with YFU! Make a donation to his fundraiser (link in profile) and get added to his dispatch list. #myYFU  #Everest17 
@johnjohnburke: "Here's a short clip from one of the ladder crossings I did a few days ago on the Khumbu Ice Fall, there are about 20/30 ladder sections in place with up to 3 ladders tied together, some horizontal like this and some vertical. Ever since Everest was first climbed from the south side the obstacles in the glacier had to be overcome in some way, nowadays the Ice Fall doctors use ladders primarily.  Despite how this looks they are not the most daunting parts of the Ice Fall.  This video was taken on descent from the 5 day rotation up high and the ice fall is the final hurdle before hitting Base Camp.  #everest17 #everest #mounteverstofficial #mountainclimbing"
@johnjohnburke: "Here's a short clip from one of the ladder crossings I did a few days ago on the Khumbu Ice Fall, there are about 20/30 ladder sections in place with up to 3 ladders tied together, some horizontal like this and some vertical. Ever since Everest was first climbed from the south side the obstacles in the glacier had to be overcome in some way, nowadays the Ice Fall doctors use ladders primarily. Despite how this looks they are not the most daunting parts of the Ice Fall. This video was taken on descent from the 5 day rotation up high and the ice fall is the final hurdle before hitting Base Camp. #everest17  #everest  #mounteverstofficial  #mountainclimbing "
@trail_mountain The Khumbu Glacier, near Everest base camp ... Nepal ... #Nepal #nepal2017 #Everest17 #himalayanyoga #Himalaya #basecamptrek
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Having completed a full rotation from base camp up to camp 3 of 4 camps, I got this snap as the sun was setting on camp 2.  To the left of this image is Nuptse, the previous day I had watched in amazement as Ueli Steck, made his way with a climbing companion up a breathtaking route in what was a reconnaissance climb for an eventual summit he was preparing for.  The following day as we made our way higher to camp 3 I could see the helicopter activity below and as always wished for someone's safety, this time it was not to be, and the victim of the powerful Nuptse was Ueli Steck, the Swiss machine.  I had the pleasure of meeting him at the Lama blessing and a number of times on the mountain, as he would exchange greeting while flying past with what looked like customised  trail running gear while I had high altitude gear from head to toe.  He was a world class sportsman and some of his records might never be broken.  But for now a dark cloud hangs over the mountaineering community on Everest and  all across the globe. #everest #everest17
Having completed a full rotation from base camp up to camp 3 of 4 camps, I got this snap as the sun was setting on camp 2. To the left of this image is Nuptse, the previous day I had watched in amazement as Ueli Steck, made his way with a climbing companion up a breathtaking route in what was a reconnaissance climb for an eventual summit he was preparing for. The following day as we made our way higher to camp 3 I could see the helicopter activity below and as always wished for someone's safety, this time it was not to be, and the victim of the powerful Nuptse was Ueli Steck, the Swiss machine. I had the pleasure of meeting him at the Lama blessing and a number of times on the mountain, as he would exchange greeting while flying past with what looked like customised trail running gear while I had high altitude gear from head to toe. He was a world class sportsman and some of his records might never be broken. But for now a dark cloud hangs over the mountaineering community on Everest and all across the globe. #everest  #everest17 
@vaibhav_yadav_04 Shares this photo of his great adventure of Everest Trek here. Great to see some of our indian friends going there. We welcome many :) we have special package for Indian tourists starting from INR 85,000 Our special program is coming pls stay with us. .
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Do you have similar stories to share? pls tag or send us your pics #Everest17 #EverestTrek
@vaibhav_yadav_04 Shares this photo of his great adventure of Everest Trek here. Great to see some of our indian friends going there. We welcome many :) we have special package for Indian tourists starting from INR 85,000 Our special program is coming pls stay with us. . . Do you have similar stories to share? pls tag or send us your pics #Everest17  #EverestTrek 
Summit of Everest as seen from Pumori High camp, got up to about 5,800 for more acclimatisation today, you cant see the summit of Everest from base camp so it was good to get a nice view of some of the route and see the summit which looked windy with a constant jet steam showing. Winds can be anything up to 200kmph for much of the year so all my prep will be done to coincide with lower winds to enable someone to stand on top. Over and out from a chilly base camp tent. #everest17 #everest #climbing
Summit of Everest as seen from Pumori High camp, got up to about 5,800 for more acclimatisation today, you cant see the summit of Everest from base camp so it was good to get a nice view of some of the route and see the summit which looked windy with a constant jet steam showing. Winds can be anything up to 200kmph for much of the year so all my prep will be done to coincide with lower winds to enable someone to stand on top. Over and out from a chilly base camp tent. #everest17  #everest  #climbing 
A room with a view, on 'The Wild Himalayan Way' good to be back to base camp but the night sleeping on Lobuche at 5400mtrs won't be forgotten! Bit under the weather today again but first rest day tomorrow since landing on the 5th will give chance to recover. Rest of expedition team will arrive tomorrow joining the 3 of here now, and the planning for rotations will begin, first off we will have our puja at our camp, and seek a safe passage from a lama.  Our climbing Sherpas and porters have now established camp 1 and 2 and hope to move to camp 3 tomorrow. They are opening up the route and facilities to enable us to move up the Moutain. Nothing happens here for any climber without them, Some of them have been on site for 3 weeks and it's clear the work they have been doing from our superb position on our frozen water home for the next 4-6 weeks. Broke with my rule to avoid meats today as weight has been dropping and I need to take the chance and eat all I can, so tonight I feasted on all I could. As I acclimatise my appetite should improve, at least at base camp.  #everest17 #everest
A room with a view, on 'The Wild Himalayan Way' good to be back to base camp but the night sleeping on Lobuche at 5400mtrs won't be forgotten! Bit under the weather today again but first rest day tomorrow since landing on the 5th will give chance to recover. Rest of expedition team will arrive tomorrow joining the 3 of here now, and the planning for rotations will begin, first off we will have our puja at our camp, and seek a safe passage from a lama. Our climbing Sherpas and porters have now established camp 1 and 2 and hope to move to camp 3 tomorrow. They are opening up the route and facilities to enable us to move up the Moutain. Nothing happens here for any climber without them, Some of them have been on site for 3 weeks and it's clear the work they have been doing from our superb position on our frozen water home for the next 4-6 weeks. Broke with my rule to avoid meats today as weight has been dropping and I need to take the chance and eat all I can, so tonight I feasted on all I could. As I acclimatise my appetite should improve, at least at base camp. #everest17  #everest 
Making the way up the final stretch before hitting the summit of Lobuche earlier today, tough days work, but hit circa 6,100mtrs, body was under pressure but got the job done and another milestone hit for acclimatisation, back to base camp again tomorrow, just had one wild night there so far, wild in the sense of windy, snow storm, and the sounds of avalanches hitting off during the night. All the same be good to be back to the comforts of the tent and good base camp grub. #everest #everest17#mounteverestofficial
Making the way up the final stretch before hitting the summit of Lobuche earlier today, tough days work, but hit circa 6,100mtrs, body was under pressure but got the job done and another milestone hit for acclimatisation, back to base camp again tomorrow, just had one wild night there so far, wild in the sense of windy, snow storm, and the sounds of avalanches hitting off during the night. All the same be good to be back to the comforts of the tent and good base camp grub. #everest  #everest17 #mounteverestofficial 
The Irish Crew, including the Raising the Banner squad hitting base camp, plus Island Peak climbers 6160mtrs, Lhotse 8530mtrs, and of course Everest for myself!  #everest17 #khumbuvalley #raisingthebanner #visitnepal