The Rock Cave on Everest ©EverestNews.com
We will never know the whole story of who helped David and
who did not. We will never know the whole story of his summit attempt and
descent where he ended up next to the previously dead climber in the rock cave
on Everest. But we do know where he froze to death on Everest. Some of the
media reports grow more confused, in other media stories some detail have come
out. But we thought we would show you a picture of the location where David
died according to some climbers statements: The Rock Cave on Everest. You will
note the route to the summit is where the the rope is. You all are smart
enough to figure out the rest....
EverestNews.com does not publish pictures of dead climbers,
therefore the dead climber has been painted "white" in this photo. In real
life the dead climber is NOT covered....
Our thoughts and Prayers go out to the family and friends
of David Sharp....
Earlier Report: David Sharp from the UK has died on Everest. To the climber
who has been on Everest up there, he is now in the rock cave next to the dead
Indian climber. Several climbers saw David in trouble. David at some point
froze to death like others before him.
This is old news for those who summited Everest the last few
days. We have been waiting to report until the family was notified. We are now
told the family has been notified.
Climbers saw David in various states, from standing and
walking, to trying to work on his oxygen system, to at one point down on the
David was clearly descending the mountain apparently from
This article about the latest disabled climber to summit, Mark Inglis, talks
about seeing him on the 15th. Numerous climbers summited on the 14th and
15th reporting him in various states. David attempted Everest by himself. He
did not get himself down and therefore he died. Very Sad.
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