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How The First Blind Man To Summit Mount Everest Changed My Perspective On Fear
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Are you brave? Are we born with courage? Do you think fear is something we overcome, or something that always remains within
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By Rich Sloane UCF Forum columnist I’ve had lots of minor scrapes and bumps in my 73 years, but nothing of consequence in
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At Least 3 Climbers Dead, 1 Missing After Tragic Weekend On Mount Everest
An American doctor was among those who died.
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From the juggle to baby-proofing, smooth your move with these tips.
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Ain't No Mountain High Enough For This Couple Who Wed On Mount Everest
It took three weeks for the duo to get to Everest Base Camp.
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Famed Swiss Climber Ueli Steck Killed In Fall Near Mount Everest
The 40-year-old was preparing to scale the world's highest mountain when he slipped, officials there said.
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After Faking ‘Historic’ Everest Climb, This Couple Was Banned From Nepal Mountains
They would have been the first Indian couple to reach the summit.
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A String Of Deaths On Mount Everest Raises Safety Questions
Three climbers have died in the last three days.
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Dutch, Australian Climbers Die After Summiting Everest
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They are the first confirmed deaths on Everest of the year.
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Sherpa Woman Who Works At A Connecticut 7-Eleven Just Climbed Everest For A Record Seventh Time
She broke her own record for most summits by a woman.
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3 Years After Losing His Leg, This War Veteran Summits Everest
"Nothing is going to stand in my way."
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China To Publicly Shame Graffiti Artists At Mount Everest Base Camp
Officials hope a blacklist will curb the rampant vandalism.
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Team Of Sherpas First To Scale Everest In 2 Years
The successful ascent is the first since a deadly earthquake last year and an avalanche the year before forced climbers to abandon their attempts.
This Is The First Cancer Survivor To Summit Mount Everest
"When you're diagnosed and you're only given 14 days to live, you really appreciate life."
The Challenges of Climbing Mount Everest
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While individual legs aren't all super complicated, the facts that you're operating on much less oxygen in your blood, way below freezing, with gear that weighs you down, in clothes that encumber you, and on little sleep after weeks of getting there, conspire to make an Everest summit super hard.
5 Powerful Rules That Will Help You Conquer Any Challenge
We've all hit the wall: that moment when carrying on feels impossible. Polar explorer Alison Levine -- who has skied to both poles and summited Mount Everest -- explains how to persevere when you think you've got nothing left.
This Is What It Looks Like To Summit Mount Everest Alone
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Climbing Everest is no simple occasion -- as you can tell from Dickinson's photos. The weather can change at the drop of a hat and the varying air pressures can be a huge issue if you're not properly trained. Considering Dickinson reached the summit on his own is incredible.
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American Diplomacy, Warts and All
Ambassador Sue McCourt Cobb learned first-hand how dangerous and grueling a climb up Mount Everest can be when she set out in 1988 to become the first woman from the United States to reach its summit.
A Shark of Another Color
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As someone who is a total klutz and rather fearful of heights, trust me whey I say that this staggeringly beautiful film by Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi is the perfect armchair adventure.
Nepal Wants To Ban Novice Climbers From Everest Over Safety Concerns
Officials plan to introduce restrictions on amateur climbers, as well as people with disabilities, the very young and the elderly.
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Fully taking advantage of the immersive IMAX-3D palette,
benefits from some of the most breathtaking and dizzying mountain photography I've ever seen, as well as a top-drawer cast.
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has a lot going for it, and I'm sure it'll satisfy those looking for a tense, exciting time at the movies. So why did
leave me feeling so flat?
The Venice Diaries 2015: Climbing
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Beasts of No Nation
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is a wondrous, beautifully shot, perfectly acted, very Hollywood film and I could swear I felt snow brush against my face at one point. It's perfect entertainment.
Nepal Opens Everest To Climbers For First Time Since Avalanche
An avalanche in April killed 19 mountaineers.
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Jon Krakauer Says Climbing Mount Everest Was The 'Biggest Mistake' Of His Life
The "Into Thin Air" author tells HuffPost Live he still suffers from PTSD after his experience in 1996.
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