Mount Everest Is a Poo-Covered Death Trap, So Climbers Are Speedrunning It
Climate change and overcrowding are leading to unpredictable weather and a glut of garbage, waste, and dead bodies on Everest. Now, climbers want to make expeditions faster and safer with new technology.
Everest is Melting, Revealing Tons of Garbage and Human Bodies
“The world’s highest garbage dump” is throwing up trash and corpses that lay buried for decades as commercial mountaineering meets climate change.
Want to Eat a Noma-Level Meal on Mount Everest? Now You Can
Unlike most dining experience, the Base Camp leg of this culinary tour will last a whopping 14 days. In addition to an insane travel experience, the trek promises to offer a glimpse into the psyche of a presumably obsessive and adventurous chef.
Climbing Everest in Virtual Reality Was More Powerful Than Any Video Game
This is virtual tourism meeting its most epic potential, the sort of project that really isn't for the players, but for the people.