Officials in Nepal worry too many solo adventurists from around the world are disappearing or ending up dead trekking its tallest peaks.
The mountain's Nepalese camp will relocate after climate change and erosion, including streams of human pee, have made its current location unsafe.
“14 Peaks” follows the journey of Nirmal Purja as he attempts to summit the world’s highest peaks in seven months.
Harshvardhan Joshi just got back from the deadliest adventure of his life. He describes it here in detail.
It takes 14 hours to bring COVID-19 supplies from the closest hospital to this remote location in Nepal.
The government can ban anyone found violating tourism rules from entering the country for up to five years or from mountaineering in Nepal for ten years.
Due to decades of commercial mountaineering and climate change, the worlds tallest mountain is becoming “the world’s highest garbage dump.”
You never know what you’re going to get at the Nepalese teahouses along your trek.