Keeping Everest climbers safe

Local specialists court danger to make the expedition safe for the climbers.


    It is around this time of year when the base camp at Mount Everest in Nepal swells into a crowded village.

    Climbing the world's highest mountain is now a multi-million dollar industry. But none of it would be possible without two groups of Nepali specialists.

    Al Jazeera's Tom Bell reports from Everest base camp.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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