Rob Hall Near Everest South Summit With Makalu Behind 1995. He died near the South summit in the fatal 1996 storm.
Anatoli Boukreev during the climb in 1996. Jon Krakauers narrative placed a spotlight on Boukreev in the best seller Into Thin Air. This Day in History: May 10, 1996: Death on Mount Everest http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/
North Col route to Everest -- For use with Jon Krakauer's "Into Thin Air" (non-fiction)
The Last Climb: Deaths On Mount Everest [INFOGRAPHIC]
The company of Sir Edmund Hillary & Tenzing Norgay // Everest, 1953
Rob Hall. New Zealand mountain climber and Mt Everest expedition leader whose last climb up Everest in 1996 is told in Jon Krakauer's excellent book Into Thin Air.
Perhaps the best shot ever taken of mountaineers on K2. These are legendary American mountaineers Ed Viesteurs and Scott Fischer on the deadly traverse on K2 just above the Bottleneck. This part is the crux of the climb! Photo taken by Charley Mace during their climb in 1992.
Outsiders magazine is the magazine Jon Krakauer wrote for. His whole trip was based on the article he was writing for the magazine. The article focused on his experience of climbing Mount Everest and the large storm.
Scott Fischer, co-owner of the outdoor adventure company, is presumed dead on Mt. Everest after they apparently lost their way in a blizzard. 8 people died on May 11 in deadly weather conditions.