Because it's there: Climbing Everest

Because it's there: Climbing Everest

Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay were the first two people to successfully climb Mount Everest. Since then, only hundreds of professionals have attempted to do the same, with one in four dying.

Just finished this film, and I'm literally chilled to the bone! Wonderful film, but ever so scary and very sad

Just finished this film, and I'm literally chilled to the bone! Wonderful film, but ever so scary and very sad

Everest is an upcoming American 3D adventure thriller film directed by Baltasar Kormákur and written by Justin Isbell and William Nicholson, based on the book Into Thin Air written by Jon Krakauer. The film stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Josh Brolin, Jason Clarke and John Hawkes. The film is set for a February 27, 2015 release date.

Everest is an upcoming American 3D adventure thriller film directed by Baltasar Kormákur and written by Justin Isbell and William Nicholson, based on the book Into Thin Air written by Jon Krakauer. The film stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Josh Brolin, Jason Clarke and John Hawkes. The film is set for a February 27, 2015 release date.

Movie Review: "Everest" (2015) | Lolo Loves Films

Movie Review: "Everest" (2015) | Lolo Loves Films

Paz Vega in Ralph & Russo Couture - Venice Film Festival 2015 Red Carpet Pictures | Harper's Bazaar

Venice Film Festival 2015

Paz Vega in Ralph & Russo Couture - Venice Film Festival 2015 Red Carpet Pictures | Harper's Bazaar

The Swiss climber Ueli Steck has been killed on Mount Everest Nepals tourist office says.  Steck who was known as the Swiss Machine died in an accident while acclimatising for an attempt on the mountain without oxygen by a new route.  The 40-year-old had won multiple awards and was known for his rapid ascents.  His body has been recovered from the mountain and flown to Kathmandu by helicopter.  On Wednesday Steck wrote on his Facebook page that he had a quick day from Basecamp up to 7000m…

The Swiss climber Ueli Steck has been killed on Mount Everest Nepals tourist office says. Steck who was known as the Swiss Machine died in an accident while acclimatising for an attempt on the mountain without oxygen by a new route. The 40-year-old had won multiple awards and was known for his rapid ascents. His body has been recovered from the mountain and flown to Kathmandu by helicopter. On Wednesday Steck wrote on his Facebook page that he had a quick day from Basecamp up to 7000m…

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