Short story about climbing mount everest
The Climb (Everest, #2) by Gordon Korman
The youngest expedition ever to attempt an Everest climb has begun. But the trouble starts long before they reach the summit. Competition is fierce. Conditions are harsh. And the trek from Base Camp proves a challenge that not all the contestants can meet . . . with disastrous results.
We need more practice! I thought that Liam was right but I was confident as we started climbing at such a young age. We drove to Mt Fuji where we saw many other foreigners. We went to the information centre which was just nearby the massive mountain. We booked our names into the roster and we were given a guardian to climb with us. We set off straight away.
Asimov wrote the story in one sitting while visiting the Chicago , Illinois editorial offices of Universe on 7 April In the summary of Buy Jupiter and Other Stories , Asimov claims he frequently used this story to show how poor he was at predicting the future: Everest was successfully climbed in May , and the story although written in April did not appear in print until December of that year, meaning Asimov predicted Everest would never be conquered seven months after it was. The story concerns a mountain climber named James Abram Robbons who is the first man to reach the summit of Mount Everest , after having been dropped there by airplane. Robbons is picked up again two weeks later, and he reports that the summit of Everest is the location of a Martian outpost, and that the yeti are actually Martians. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article does not cite any sources.
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Mount Everest is the tallest and most famous mountain in the world — a global beacon and metaphor wrapped in awe and mystery. It is also one of the most accessible big mountains in the world, bringing hundreds of climbers and thousands to its base camp in a typical season. It straddles Nepal and Tibet. Most climb Everest from the Nepal side. Two mountain climbers died near the top of Mount Everest in Their bodies lay frozen there for a year. Then a journey began to bring them home.