A combination of factors makes the weather at New Hampshire’s Mount Washington arguably the most brutal in the world.
By remaining vague about his own biography, Norgay called into question the idea of nationhood and made a deafening point about actions speaking louder than words.
We often picture the Himalayas as pristine. In reality, Everest's snows cover empty oxygen tanks, wrappers, cans, and an array of debris left behind by climbers.
Through the story of Bosnian mountaineering, an alternative mini-history of Bosnia emerges.