By Nick Heil
The inside of tale of the lethal 2006 hiking season on Everest On may possibly 15, 2006, a tender British climber named David Sharp lay loss of life close to the pinnacle of Mount Everest whereas 40 different climbers walked previous him on their strategy to the summit. per week later, Lincoln corridor, a professional Australian climber, was once left for useless close to a similar spot. Hall’s demise was once stated world wide, however the subsequent day he used to be chanced on alive after spending the evening at the top mountain with out nutrients and no shelter.
If David Sharp’s dying was once stunning, it used to be hardly ever singular: regardless of strangely stable climate, ten others died trying to succeed in the summit that 12 months. during this meticulous inquiry into what went incorrect, Nick Heil tells the entire tale of the deadliest 12 months on Everest because the notorious season of 1996. He introduces Russell Brice, the economic operator who has performed greater than a person to supply entry to the summit through the mountain’s north side—and who a few think was once in part answerable for Sharp’s demise. As extra climbers try the summit every year, Heil exhibits how more and more dicy expeditions and unscrupulous clothing stores threaten to show Everest right into a lethal circus.
Written by way of an skilled climber and outside author, Dark Summit is either a riveting account of a infamous hiking season and a troubling research into even if the pursuit of the last word climbing prize has spiraled out of control.
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