The face of two months at ABC
©EverestNews.com Photo By Tom West
Our custom forecast shows heavy snow on Wednesday with winds
as high as 100km/hour. If climbers can make it up to camp 2 in the high winds,
then they might be able to make it up top. But is appears like a small window
only for strong climbers. We are unsure if any of the climbers we are
supporting will head up, everyone needs to make their own decisions. This is a
very high risk sport.
Yes, the snow is coming again!
Did we mention we are permitted to stay as long as June 5th?
With our kindest regards and thanks, The Staff at
We return to Mount Everest in search of an answer.
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