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Sherpa Guides Leave Everest in Deference to Fallen Colleagues
As Sherpas leave Mount Everest and expedition groups cancel their climbing plans, Nepalese officials are meeting with the indigenous guides as they mourn the deaths of 16 of their ...
Mount Everest Avalanche Leaves 12 Indigenous Sherpa Guides Dead, More Missing
Mount Everest’s Nepal side was shut down as rescue and recovery continued for more than a dozen Sherpa guides who were killed in an early-morning avalanche on April 18 while bringi...
9 Images of Traditional Honey Hunting in Nepal, a Declining Trade
What comes to mind when picturing the gathering of honey?
Climate Change: Mount Everest Is Melting
In what may be the most glaring example of climate change yet, the glaciers atop iconic Mount Everest are melting...
Bhutan’s King Weds
The tiny Himalayan nation of Bhutan hit the news October 13 as it’s King, Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuck, took his commoner bride’s hand in marriage...