Why Climbing the World’s Highest Peak is More Than Just Putting One Foot in Front of the Other
The name alone conjures images of frosted giants, bone-chilling winds, and the ultimate test of human grit.
But as each climber stood at the base, gazing at its icy crown, a different truth dawned on them:
Climbing Everest is less about the ascent and more about a series of rites of passage, a labyrinth of challenges that demand not just physical prowess but mental fortitude, emotional resilience, and a deep understanding of the rhythm of the mountain.
Forget the neat narratives of straight-line climbs.