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  Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005:

2005 Updates


With 2006 expeditions soon taking off, submit your questions for the last Q&A of 2005! submit to

Update: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter 2005: Did George Leigh Mallory Summit Mt Everest?

Update: Did George Leigh Mallory Summit Mt Everest? Can you help out?

Update: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005: The research continues

 

Update: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005: Did George Leigh Mallory Summit Mt Everest? Clues and the Chinese Part 1

 

Update: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005: Clues and the Chinese Part 2: Why all of this talk about Wilson's body at ABC

 

Update: Everest Climbers up to the North Col on the North side: See the video on the North Col

 

Update: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005: Video from last year at high camp which was camp 3 for us

 

Update: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005: Weather forecast not needed! and more Video

 

Update: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005: Weather forecast not needed! and more Video

 

Update: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005: SNOW!

 

Update: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005: Heavy Snow coming!

 

Update: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005: The wind is coming after the heavy snow!

 

Update: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005: Others here to search again this year?

 

Update: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005: STAY DOWN and no fixed ropes where we are going

 

Update: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005: Time for a Coke

 

Update: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005: Time to put our boots on again

 

Update: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005: Climbers from various expeditions to push up on Wednesday for Summit attempts

 

Update: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005: Are you sure there is a Window?

 

Update: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005: North side attempts June 1 or June 2 for us

 

Update: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005: Deep and the forecast is for high winds

 

Update: Everest 2005: The Calm before the Storm: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005

 

Update: Everest 2005: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005: The Everest fever

 

Update: Everest 2005: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter Everest 2005: Climbers moving up

 

Update: Everest 2005: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter: An

extremely dangerous game

 

Update: Everest 2005: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter: We did not come here to wait until next year...

 

Update: Everest 2005: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter: "it is very possible to go that way staying on the ridge"

 

Update: Everest 2005: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter: We should add...

 

Update: Everest 2005: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter: 3 parts

 

Update: Everest 2005: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter: The horror of it all...

 

Update: Everest 2005: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter: Filming the mountain

 

Update: Everest 2005: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter: Q&A Autumn 2005 Part 1

 

Everest 2005: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter: Q&A Autumn 2005 Part 2

 

Everest 2005: Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter: Q&A Autumn 2005 Part 3

 

 

Dispatches and more from 2004

We return to Mount Everest in search of an answer.

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