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Iceclimbing at 6700m on Everest, Tibet 6th July 2007

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    josef:

    Great capture.. looks just dangerous enough for me! :)

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Iceclimbing at 6700m on Everest, Tibet

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Most part of Mount Everest is not a technical climb. Near the summit are the infamous 3 rock Steps, but on the way to the NorthCol, you could meet some vertical ice like this. Not too bad near sealevel, but here, at 6700m/22,000ft it is quite exhausting..

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